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Jihadi cleric calls for Muslim fighters to join the fighting in Gaza

Posted by on Jul. 23, 2014 at 3:41 PM
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Jihadi cleric calls for Muslim fighters to join the fighting in Gaza

07/23/2014 17:50

"Our heart yearns to arrive and fight the sons and brothers of the apes and pigs," says rebel fighter.

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Militants from "Caliphate" The Islamic State Photo: REUTERS

A new jihadi media outlet called Al-Fawaris released a video calling on Gazans to endure the military operation, saying that victory looms and that Muslims all over the world support them.

According to a report published on Monday by the MEMRI (Middle East Media Research Institute) Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor, the video also features jihadi cleric Abu hareth Al-Maqdisi threatening Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, saying his demise is coming soon.

Sisi’s killing of Muslims in Egypt is part of a Zionist-Crusader plot against the Gazans, Maqdisi said.

“You won’t sit for long in your position, because what happened to [former Egyptian president Hosni] Mubarak and [former Egyptian president Anwar] Sadat will happen to you as well,” he said, in reference to Mubarak’s stepping down from the presidency following protests in 2011 and to Sadat’s assassination in 1981.

Maqdisi, whose name attests to his Palestinian origin, is currently in Syria.

“The general impression is that Al-Fawaris is close to the Islamic State, inter alia due to its use of the flag identified with the Islamic State, and due to the shared concept of shattering the Sykes-Picot boundaries that is advertised in the notice announcing the establishment of this media body,” the report said.

“The Al-Fawaris Institute for Information Productions will focus on the affairs of the Muslims in al-Sham [Greater Syria], because al-Sham is not what the apostates delineated [in terms of its boundaries]. Al-Sham is as it was in ancient times… From the Euphrates in Iraq to El-Arish in Egypt,” according to a post that appeared on Twitter with the establishment of the organization.

“Oh our brothers in Gaza, know that you are fighting an enemy following Satan’s path, whereas you are fighting in the way of [Allah] the merciful,” Maqdisi said.

He added that he and his fighters want to join the fighting in Gaza.

“True, we are fighting in Syria, but our heart yearns to arrive and fight the sons and brothers of the apes and pigs [the Jews],” MEMRI reported Maqdisi as saying The jihadi cleric said that Gazans must be patient and wait for either victory or martyrdom, adding that Allah will soon send “extraordinary soldiers who will fight and defeat the Jews.”

“The days of defeats have passed. Our concept today is offensive and therefore you must attack them [the Jews] so they won’t attack you, hold on, fortify yourself and trust in Allah so you may succeed,” Maqdisi said.

He threatened Israel, stating that the Jews will not be able to sleep because of the sounds of artillery, and that soldiers will reach and destroy them.

Calling on Muslims to help the struggle in Gaza, he said, “If you help them, Allah will help you, if you abandon them, Allah will abandon you. The choice is yours because on Judgment Day they will ask you did you help the Gazans or the men of al-Sham or not.”

by on Jul. 23, 2014 at 3:41 PM
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shannonnigans
by Silver Member on Jul. 24, 2014 at 2:23 AM
Nothing beats extremist Islamist smack talk. Especially when the picture shows your guys on horseback.
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1stmuslimah
by on Jul. 24, 2014 at 3:51 AM

I don't see why this term "jihadi" is used for a title for this man when we , every Muslims on earth are "jihadist" giving credit to something that is not even not even word lol.

It's more like every minuted of every day of our life is a jihad. These stupid journalist who obviously didn't deserve their degree should not be reporting in a language with word's of a language they don't even know lol. If they are going to report with using Arabee word's please someone send them for an Arabic course first so they don't look so damn stupid.

Clairwil
by Platinum Member on Jul. 24, 2014 at 4:06 AM


Quoting Ednarooni160:

"Our heart yearns to arrive and fight the sons and brothers of the apes and pigs," says rebel fighter.

Classic dehumanisation.

I'd love to see, just for once, a religion that had as a commandment "Thou shalt not describe human beings as belonging to other species of animal."

None of this "pearls before swine" stuff.

1stmuslimah
by on Jul. 24, 2014 at 4:15 AM

 

Quoting shannonnigans: Nothing beats extremist Islamist smack talk. Especially when the picture shows your guys on horseback.

 "Islamist" is not a word either". What the hell ? everyone here spcecialluy the jornalist should not be trying to use made up word's that are supposed to be from a language they don't even know or if they did know they would know theses are not even existing word's.

shannonnigans
by Silver Member on Jul. 24, 2014 at 10:55 AM
A) It's in just about every online dictionary there is, the definition being an Islamic fundamentalist. It's used in policy statements by numerous think tanks such as the Brookings Institute, and far too many more to mention. It's used by every news media outlet, liberal or conservative, including Al-Jazeera. So you should probably be directing your complaints to those dictionaries, policy centers and news networks, not myself. In the meantime, it would seem that at least here, the term is accepted and was used properly.



Quoting 1stmuslimah:

 


Quoting shannonnigans: Nothing beats extremist Islamist smack talk. Especially when the picture shows your guys on horseback.

 "Islamist" is not a word either". What the hell ? everyone here spcecialluy the jornalist should not be trying to use made up word's that are supposed to be from a language they don't even know or if they did know they would know theses are not even existing word's.

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1stmuslimah
by on Jul. 24, 2014 at 11:03 AM

 Take ASL

(Arabee Second Language) but then again I guess you would know our language better than those of who it is our first language.... can't argue with that lol.

 

Quoting shannonnigans: A) It's in just about every online dictionary there is, the definition being an Islamic fundamentalist. It's used in policy statements by numerous think tanks such as the Brookings Institute, and far too many more to mention. It's used by every news media outlet, liberal or conservative, including Al-Jazeera. So you should probably be directing your complaints to those dictionaries, policy centers and news networks, not myself. In the meantime, it would seem that at least here, the term is accepted and was used properly.
Quoting 1stmuslimah:

 

Quoting shannonnigans: Nothing beats extremist Islamist smack talk. Especially when the picture shows your guys on horseback.

 "Islamist" is not a word either". What the hell ? everyone here spcecialluy the jornalist should not be trying to use made up word's that are supposed to be from a language they don't even know or if they did know they would know theses are not even existing word's.

 

shannonnigans
by Silver Member on Jul. 24, 2014 at 11:15 AM
Do you read? I just used the term as is done by dictionaries, news organizations, and foreign policy institutes. Take your cause up with them for spreading this great injustice. I didn't do it.
Quoting 1stmuslimah:

 Take ASL


(Arabee Second Language) but then again I guess you would know our language better than those of who it is our first language.... can't argue with that lol.


 


Quoting shannonnigans: A) It's in just about every online dictionary there is, the definition being an Islamic fundamentalist. It's used in policy statements by numerous think tanks such as the Brookings Institute, and far too many more to mention. It's used by every news media outlet, liberal or conservative, including Al-Jazeera. So you should probably be directing your complaints to those dictionaries, policy centers and news networks, not myself. In the meantime, it would seem that at least here, the term is accepted and was used properly.
Quoting 1stmuslimah:

 


Quoting shannonnigans: Nothing beats extremist Islamist smack talk. Especially when the picture shows your guys on horseback.

 "Islamist" is not a word either". What the hell ? everyone here spcecialluy the jornalist should not be trying to use made up word's that are supposed to be from a language they don't even know or if they did know they would know theses are not even existing word's.


 

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