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a) Calling for the removal of the British troops from Iraq.
c) Denounce the US and its Ziono-fascist and the neo-cons, who are the real architects behind the war.
d) Encourage US to remove its troops or isolate US as a rogue state. If necessary, Britain along with Europe should be looking to build stronger ties with Europe, china, Russia and the Islamic world, looking for its long term future interests instead of short term benefits from the US.
e) Assess war compensation to Iraq, repaying this debt by helping the Iraqis to rebuild their society.
f) Denouncing state terrorism as well as terrorism of the individuals and groups. Recognise that state terrorism is usually the father of terrorism!
[Blame it on Blair] is what came to mind when I heard about the London bombings.
Lets cast our minds back over the past 14 years from Gulf War I when the Kuffar officially began the Crusade by attacking Iraq with the assistance and connivance of most of the Muslim world u in particular the Arab part of it.
During the actual war thousands of tons of bombs were dropped on Iraq's civilian infrastructure e.g. air raid shelters, water treatment plants, roads, bridges etc. The whole idea was to cause so much civilian damage that it would break Iraq's back without a proper military battle. That is basic Kuffar (Anti Islam establishment) military strategy-kill the innocents (the really innocent) to pressure the opposition military.
Since then they implemented sanctions-again with the assistance of the apostates in the region e.g. Iran, Saudi-occupied Arabia, Jordan, Syria etc. This caused the deaths of over 500,000 children alone through starvation and disease (official UN figures).
The Crusade on Iraq started a long time before 2003. A Crusader air campaign was being implanted much earlier to provoke Iraq into some act that could be portrayed as a "casus belli" i.e. an excuse for going into war.
Crusader warplanes began bombing in southern Iraq in May 2002-10 tons that month, according to British government figures. For a September total of 54.6 tons.
Bush and Blair began their war not in March 2003, as everyone believed, but at the end of August 2002, six weeks before Congress approved military action against Iraq.
Iraq protested to the United Nations but didn't fall into the trap of retaliating. For US-UK planners, invading Iraq for oil and Israel was a far higher priority than the so-called "war on terror".
Since the Crusade officially began in March 2003 over 100,000 Muslims have been massacred in Iraq. The women of the Ummah (Muslim community) have been raped in Crusader jails.
Who did anything for these innocents? Nobody in the West or in the East.
Remember all those millions in the UK who demonstrated against the war. As soon as the bombs began raining down in Iraqi homes and hospitals then many of these anti war people then turned round and said, We must support our boys.
Bear in mind that the British police are always asking friends and families of suspected criminals to turn in their people. Yet when the British army goes into a colonial crusade they expect the British public to support these thieves and murderers simply because they're British.
Remember Fallujah? It was attacked with the inhabitants massacred in their homes. Remember the pictures of wounded Muslims being executed in the mosque? It was the British army, which ringed Fallujah to help prevent the Mujahideen (Islamic fighters) to come to the assistance of the real innocents.
Remember when the Crusaders toppled Saddam. John Simpson, the BBC's chief foreign affairs reporter, suggested in his TV report that the Mujahideen had threatened to retaliate for the attack on Iraq and it had not materialised. He was mocking the Mujahideen for the failure of the Iraqi army and Saddam's apostate regime to do other than what a secular Arab army traditionally does u run away in the face of opposition. Simpson was saying to the Mujahideen do your worst, you Muslims are a bunch of windbags. He and the rest of the Kuffar believed their own lies and deluded themselves into a sense of invincibility.
However a few non-Muslim analysts not suffering from delusions of grandeur understood the Muslims better. They understood that the cockroaches ruling Muslim lands and their government-backed scholars don't reflect Muslim character. These non-Muslims probably studied Islamic history and Qur'aan. For example, on the eve of the allied invasion, a classified report by the National Intelligence Council (NIC), the American intelligence community's centre for strategic thinking, predicted that an American-led invasion of Iraq would increase support for political Islam. Douglas Jehl reported in the New York Times in December 2004, the NIC warned "Iraq and other possible conflicts in the future could provide recruitment, training grounds, technical skills and language proficiency for a new class of terrorists who are 'professionalised' and for whom political violence becomes an end in itself." Bear in mind that the New York Times is one of the leading mouthpieces for the Kuffar. The report then translated in Islam talk is basically saying that the Mujahideen would be boosted and become more proficient as a result of a crusade against Iraq.