Saturday, December 09, 2006

IS SAUDI KING ABDULLAH OR THE AFP QUOTING NEWSGNOME WITHOUT ATTRIBUTION?

I’m beginning to wonder who is reading my blog. On the Wednesday the 6th I posted a response to the “IRAQI CHAMBERLAIN CAPITULATION STUDY GROUP” conclusions. In the first paragraph I compared the situation in Israel/Palestine to the Sunnis/Shiites in Iraq. My conclusion and I quote directly from my post: “Iraq is destine to become another Israeli/Palestinian tit-for-tat killing field, as being demonstrated by morally and spiritually bankrupt Sunnis and Shiites in Iraq and prodded on by Iranian mental midgets.”

Well, lo and behold, today Saturday December 9th three days after I posted, Agence France-Presse (AFP) quotes Saudi King Abdullah in Riyadh speaking to the annual summit of Gulf leaders as saying: "most dangerous for the (Palestinian) cause is the conflict among brethren," he said in a reference to the differences between Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas's Fatah faction and the Islamist Hamas movement that have blocked the formation of a unity government.

In Iraq "a brother is still killing his brother," Abdullah said of the tit-for-tat killings between the Sunni Arab former elite and the ruling Shiite majority.

King Abdullah (or the AFP reporter) apparently agrees with my blog that the threat of Muslim Islamofacists turning on Muslims is a bigger threat than America or Israel, although he probably wouldn’t put it in those words but would blame President Bush for instigating Muslim cannibalizing their own. Just consider that we now have three Muslim countries where they’re killing each other as ferociously as they love to kill Jews. That does not bode well for the world....neither Muslim nor non-Muslim.

Of course the king nor the reporter used my mental midgets quote, and maybe I’m getting too full of myself, but both the actual statement and the context is certainly similar and makes one wonder.

NG

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Imagine that. The only way they will ever get along is a real democray.
tos

NewGnome said...

I wonder if Islam can stand a democracy when the main occupation of Islamic radicals is to kill their own. NG