October 12, 2005
Wrath of Allah hits terrorist training campsTopics: National News
Reacting to the Katrina disaster, a Muslim wrote in a Khaleej Times editorial that Katrina was a 'Lesson from Allah'to end gambling. Apparently Allah is even more ticked off at Islamic terrorists since "Allah" has virtually destroyed major terrorist camps in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir. It seems that the earthquake last Saturday caused massive damage to major terrorist groups in the area, and did so with deadly precision. According to central security agencies, the camps of terrorist groups like Jaish-e-Mohammed, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Tehreek-ul-Mujahideen (TuM), Hizbul Mujahideen and Al-Badar Mujahideen, suffered massive damage, with all of the areas falling within a radius of only 10 kilometres from the epicentre of earthquake.
It is in regard to such wrath from "Allah" that an anonymous commentor at The American Thinker writes:
Only a few weeks ago we were told by gleeful voices in the Islamist world that Hurricane Katrina represented the wrath of Allah, aimed at the people in New Orleans who didn't have SUVs to get out of town. Well, Shazzam! Allah has done it again, but this time by way of a truly horrific earthquake in the borderlands of India and Pakistan. The death of thousands of innocents is hardly a subject to joke about, but the Hindustan Times reports that the earthquake struck terrorist training camps with uncanny precision:The earthquake has killed multiples more people in the areas of terrorist training camps than did hurricane Katrina in the United States. Using the rationale of Muslims, or rather, by employing their unique and special brand of reasoning, Allah indeed is much more angry at terrorists in the borderlands of India and Pakistan, over the killing of innocent people by terrorism, than he is about gambling in New Orleans.
"The earthquake on Saturday last is understood to have caused a massive damage to major terrorist outfits running training camps ... According to central security agencies, the camps of terrorist outfits like Jaish-e-Mohammed, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Tehrek-ul-Mujahideen (TuM), Hizbul Mujahideen and Al-Badar had been damaged to a great extent.... All these areas fall within a radius of 10 kilometres from the epicentre of weekend's tremor."
That's just seven miles from an upheaval comparable to the San Francisco earthquake of 1904.
I wonder what the folks who celebrated Hurrican Katrina are saying about this today? And that's not just the Islamic fascists, but also the BBC and the London Guardian. After all, Tony Blair himself expressed shock at the hatred for America shown by the BBC during Hurricane Katrina.
I wonder if those people are now slightly ashamed of their own bloodlust.
We live in hope.
However, I find it hard to attribute anything that goes on in the head of such Muslims as having anything to do with "reason" and common sense, and I find it beyond my ability to understand what
"Allah" God's role is in the occurance of natural disasters. Perhaps that's one of many reasons why I'm not a Muslim - apparently I'm underqualified to make such determinations, unlike our Muslim friend that wrote the article in the Khaleej Times.
Posted by Richard at October 12, 2005 10:27 PM
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