Friday, September 30, 2016
Video - Jamaican Sheikh: The Infidels Put Cancer in Fake "Zamzam" Sacred Water and Sell It to Muslims
Video - Jamaican Sheikh: The Infidels Put Cancer in Fake "Zamzam" Sacred Water and Sell It to Muslims. (Memri).
In a video-clip posted on his YouTube account, Jamaican Sheikh Abdullah Al-Faisal accused "infidels" of putting cancer in fake "zamzam" (water drawn from a sacred well in Mecca), which was then bottled and sold to Muslims. "Many many Muslims die from cancer from drinking fake zamzam," said the pro-ISIS Al-Faisal, whose original name was Trevor William Forrest and who spent four years in a U.K. prison for murder and inciting hatred before being deported. "Every infidel is a liar and a hypocrite," he said.
Following are excerpts
Abdullah Al-Faisal: "Every infidel is a liar and a hypocrite, and every hypocrite is an infidel. Every infidel is a hypocrite, and every hypocrite is an infidel. A liar and a hypocrite."
"The infidels, they put Zamzam in bottle and sell [them] to Muslims, and it is fake Zamzam -not real. They put cancer in the water and many Muslims die from cancer. Something you did not know. Fake Zamzam. And they put cancer in it. And people buy it and drink it and many many Muslims die from cancer by drinking fake Zamzam. So when you buy from the infidels your fake Zamzam, you are going to die from cancer. Many people, many Muslims die from cancer by drinking fake Zamzam water." Hmmm.......Considering Non Muslims are not allowed in Mecca it's for sure A Mission impossible feature.
Related: Zam Zam Holy Water Is ‘Unsafe for Human Consumption’
More here: Contamination of the Sacred Well in Mecca.
Obama 'Admin' signed secret document lifting UN sanctions on Iran banks on day Iran released Americans.
Obama 'Admin' signed secret document lifting UN sanctions on Iran banks on day Iran released Americans. (WSJ).
The Obama administration agreed to back the lifting of United Nations sanctions on two Iranian state banks blacklisted for financing Iran’s ballistic-missile program on the same day in January that Tehran released four American citizens from prison, according to U.S. officials and congressional staff briefed on the deliberations.
The U.N. sanctions on the two banks weren’t initially to be lifted until 2023, under a landmark nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers that went into effect on Jan. 16.
The U.N. Security Council’s delisting of the two banks, Bank Sepah and Bank Sepah International, was part of a package of tightly scripted agreements—the others were a controversial prisoner swap and transfer of $1.7 billion in cash to Iran—that were finalized between the U.S. and Iran on Jan. 17, the day the Americans were freed.
According to senior U.S. officials, a senior State Department official, Brett McGurk, and a representative of the Iranian government signed three documents in Geneva on the morning of Jan. 17.
“By agreeing to remove U.N. and EU sanctions eight years early on Iran’s main missile financing bank, the administration effectively greenlighted their nuclear warhead-capable ballistic missile program,” said Mark Dubowitz, a top critic of the Iran nuclear deal at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a Washington think tank. Hmmm......As i said more than once in the past 'High crimes and misdemeanors'. Read the full story here.
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Russian Council of Muftis criticizes Grozny fatwa on 'Who Is recognized as true Muslims'. (Caucasianknot).
The final document of the Islamic Conference, held in Grozny, should be revised, says the resolution of the Council of Muftis of Russia.
The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that the Islamic Conference "Who are they – Sunnah followers?" held in Grozny on August 25-27 adopted a fatwa (a punishment resolution), according to which only the followers of the Sufi tariqa (Muslim spiritual way) are recognized as true Muslims.
The fatwa treats supporters of Salafism as dangerous separatists. Well-known religious leaders of Russia and the Arab world have criticized the final documents of the Islamic Conference.
The sitting of the co-chairmen of the Council of Muftis of Russia was held on September 26 at the Moscow Cathedral Mosque, headed by Ravil Gainutdin, the Mufti of the Spiritual Administration of Muslims (SAM) of Russia. The resolution of the sitting was posted on the website of the Moscow's SAM on September 27.
According to the resolution of the conference, the agenda assumed a discussion of "the most important and still topical issue regarding the acceptance or rejection of the Grozny fatwa 'Who are they – Sunnah followers?'"
Religious leaders have called it necessary to reconsider and significantly modify its wording, "in view of the fact that it makes a split within the country, as well as among the domestic and foreign Muslim community," says the press release of the SAM. Hmmmm.....A new Schism in the 'Religion of peace' in the make?
Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.
Related: 'Heretics' - World's leading Sunni clerics declare 'Wahhabism is not Sunnism'
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Crude oil dips after OPEC boost. (Reuters).
Oil prices, however, edged off their highs as some investors took profits on Wednesday's more than 5 percent surge, which was prompted by OPEC's first deal to limit output since 2008. Scepticism over how it would be implemented also crept in.
"Everything you’re seeing today is a response to the move in crude and the possible coordination necessary for OPEC to do what it has announced. Even though I think the agreement is probably a bit flimsy, the amount of coordination is part of the reason for the rally in risk,"
Each Opec member's output levels will be decided at the next formal OPEC meeting in Vienna in November, when non-OPEC countries such as Russia could also be invited to join the cuts.
Goldman Sachs said the deal could add as much as $10 to oil prices ion the first half of next year but, given the uncertainty of the proposal, stuck to its year-end and 2017 oil price forecasts.
Brent crude, the international benchmark was down 61 cents, 1.3 percent, at $48.08 per barrel, after rising to as high as $49.09 on Wednesday.
"Even if there's a 5 percent rise in oil prices, this will not trigger a strong rebound in inflation and at these levels, oil output is still higher than demand so we're unlikely to see a massive rally in oil," he said. Hmmm......Opec only controls 48% of the World Oil production. Making oil more expensive is only the green light for the US Shale oil. Read the full story here.
#Islamic Oil Minister Zangeneh:#Iran won't accept any oil production ceiling before we regain pre-sanctions level of 4 million barrels a day— Amir Taheri (@AmirTaheri4) September 28, 2016
Ananlyst says OPEC’s oil output freeze deal poses no threat to Russian production https://t.co/S4OM1XhUkd— MFS - The Other News (@MFS001) September 29, 2016