Saturday, October 27, 2007

Hudna Cleric Angered By U.S. Attacks on Terrorists

Hudna = A false truce or cease-fire. Muhammad used this tactic to rearm before attacking an enemy. Hudna is frequently used by Islamic military forces. Commonly seen being used by Hizbollah and Hamas against Israel.

Another false cease-fire threatened by Infidels capturing and killing Muslim terrorists. This is true Islam. "We can attack you for being non-Muslim, but if you dare to fight back or defend yourselves, we will be forced to attack even more!"

BAGHDAD — Radical Shiite cleric Muqtada Al-Sadr could end a ban on his militia's activities because of rising anger over U.S. and Iraqi raids against his followers, an aide said Friday amid concerns about rising violence and clashes between rival factions in the mainly Shiite south.

Al-Sadr's call for a six-month cease-fire has been credited with a sharp drop in the number of bullet-riddled bodies that turn up on the streets of Iraq and are believed to be victims of Shiite death squads.

Baghdad police found three people slain execution-style and bearing signs of torture on Friday, compared with the dozens often found on a typical day before al-Sadr's declaration. The morgue in the southern city of Kut received two bodies, including one pulled from the Tigris River.

Another five Iraqis were killed in attacks nationwide, including a woman who was caught up in a suicide attack north of Baghdad while she was walking to the market.

The U.S. military reported that an American soldier was killed and four were wounded in southern Baghdad Thursday when their unit was hit with an explosively formed penetrator, or EFP. The United States claims Iran supplies Shiite militants with the weapon, which fires an armor-piercing, fist-sized copper slug.

The U.S. welcomed al-Sadr's August cease-fire declaration but has continued to target what it says are Iranian-backed breakaway factions of his Mahdi Army militia, and appears to have escalated the campaign in recent weeks.

Fox News


Dave said...

This sounds similar to "Kitman"...lying by omission [I think that is what it means]. Just another exmaple we cannot trust ANY Muslim. This is war and never in war can we trust any hollow words from a hollow religon

DMartyr said...

“Kitman” is close to “taqiyya,” but rather than outright dissimulation, it consists in telling only a part of the truth, with “mental reservation” justifying the omission of the rest.


So, Dave, you are absolutely correct. "Taqiyyah," "kitman," and "hudna" are all weapons of Jihad us infidels need to know.