Saturday, July 31, 2004

Al-Jazeera to Terrorists: Kidnap Anyone and Leave the Rest to Us!

AYS agrees with the editorial board of Iraqi Bloggers Central that something must be done to sever the symbiotic link between the terrorists and their propaganda wings like Al-Jazeera.

It’s so easy for those insurgents and terrorists to kidnap and show their victims on TV because they have many friends who welcome them to do and say whatever they want to be seen and heard.

Those terrorists have allies, those channels are helping them..it’s clearly that they have the deal: “ all you have to do is to kidnap anyone you can and leave the rest on us”..there is a dangerous cooperation between the terrorists and those channels, if this relationship continues, I can say that Iraq will never be safe and secure…never..

Especially after the coward decisions of few countries, those who obeyed the terrorists and so gave them power..

Kidnapping will increase in the coming weeks, since the terrorists succeeded to frighten those countries, of course by the help of the channels.


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FOR LOCAL CONSUMPTION ONLY: The New York Post talks to a few servicemen after Kerry and Edwards leave the Wendy's.

July 31, 2004 -- SCRANTON, Pa. — John Kerry's heavily hyped cross-country bus tour stumbled out of the blocks yesterday, as a group of Marines publicly dissed the Vietnam War hero in the middle of a crowded restaurant.

Kerry was treating running mate Sen. John Edwards and his wife, Elizabeth, to a Wendy's lunch in Newburgh, N.Y., for their 27th wedding anniversary — an Edwards family tradition — when the candidate approached four Marines and asked them questions.

The Marines — two in uniform and two off-duty — were polite but curt while chatting with Kerry, answering most of his questions with a "yes, sir" or "no, sir."

But they turned downright nasty after the Massachusetts senator thanked them "for their service" and left.

"He imposed on us and I disagree with him coming over here shaking our hands," one Marine said, adding, "I'm 100 percent against [him]."

A sergeant with 10 years of service under his belt said, "I speak for all of us. We think that we are doing the right thing in Iraq," before saying he is to be deployed there in a few weeks and is "eager" to go and serve.


Better go retrieve those medals, Johnny Boy.



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