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The Somalian al-Salām party has joined forces with al-Shabāb al-Mujāhidīn to create a new jihād network.
The Somalian government is disregarding the threats triggered by the new network.
The goal of the union is to create an Islamic caliphate and continue a jihād against Christian crusaders, in addition to supporting the weak Muslims on earth.
The first results of the union were seen in the capture of the town of Hrādīrī, one of the most important Somalian pirate strongholds. Al-Shabāb al-Mujāhidīn further threatened to attack Uganda and Burundi.
Meanwhile, Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania are on alert after an Al-Shabāb-attributed bombing on December 21 at a bus station in Nairobi.
The author discusses the issue of the ordination of women in various Christian denominations and traditions.
The article gives excerpts of the address President George W. Bush gave after the attacks in America. Bush thanked the world for its outpouring of support. He pointed out that all the evidence they gathered pointed to Al-Qaida group led by Usama Bin Laden. He stressed that America’s enemy is not its many Muslim and Arabic friends, but the radical network of terrorists and every government that supports them.
The writer criticizes the current conditions of Muslims in the light of a report issued by the “Pew Global Attitudes Project,” an organization under the chairmanship of Madeleen Albright.
The article is an overview of foreign press reports about the accusation that Tareq Ramadan, grand child of Hassan Al-Banna, has a connection with Bin Laden´s network.
A “repented” fundamentalist believes that Usama Bin Laden allows shedding the blood of Muslims. He gives as evidence the bombing of the American embassies in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi where 224 persons were killed, only 12 of them were Christian Americans.
“The good Muslim and the evil Muslim” is the title of eminent Ugandan thinker Mahmoud Mamdani’s most recent book written in 2004. It’s predictable that the American administration would slot Muslims into categories of good and evil. Those who would help the administration fight terrorism in Iraq and would help bring about stability would be considered the good Muslims and others who would refuse to cooperate with American occupation forces in Iraq would be considered evil Muslims.
The British authorities discovered that a security company called Sakina was recruiting British Muslim youth and sending them to Chechnya and Afghanistan to participate in Jihad against the Christian West. Therefore they closed the company and arrested its members. The members of Sakina are accused of planning the September 11 events. Its Internet site offered services and Jihad training for the Muslim youth. Geneva was its main location for meetings because of the liberal laws and limited restrictions there.
In one of its reports the Dutch intelligence attacked Islam and Muslims, living in Holland, accusing some Islamic figures of exporting terrorism to Holland through the Internet. It also accused them of being ready to launch war against the West and the Jews. Days ago, Holland issued a law to deport those suspected of being a danger to Dutch security and who committed terrorist crimes.
Mahmoud Sayed Gaballah, who is linked to Osama Bin Laden, was arrested by Canadian police on charges that, if proven true, would have led to his immediate deportation. Last Friday, though, a Canadian court not only cleared Gaballah of the charges but recommended he be granted political asylum on the grounds that he faces political persecution Egypt.