Sunday, March 30, 2008

Hudna Cleric Tests Old Tactics

Ever hear of the term "hudna"? It is an Islamic term. Muslim terrorists often call for a truce, or "hudna," when their enemies start to get the best of them in battle. Often, it is misinterpreted as a "peace" offering.

In the long run, many more people will die from hudna. The terrorists wreak havoc and destroy lives until weapons and supplies are diminished. They call for a temporary truce to 'negotiate peace.' Once the terrorists have re-armed themselves, they call off the truce or invent some asinine reason to accuse their opponent of 'violating' the truce. This pattern is repeated over and over again.

Ignorantly, the West and its allies in this war against terrorists are too happy to accept "hudna" over and over again:

The Iraqi government has welcomed an order by Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to pull his fighters off the streets.

Government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh told Iraqi state TV in an interview that the decision is "positive and responsive."

Fool us once, shame on you. Fool us hundreds of times, we deserve what we get.

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