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Sunday, 8 June 2014


We Are Accused Of 

(Intro: M. Javed Naseem)

The Zionist Mafia is hell-bent to control (rather conquer) the entire world to serve its political, economic and financial interests; and enforce its own brand of social, cultural, educational and political agenda to educate or program the masses in such a way that nobody can ever say 'NO' to their demands. They are dictating in the name of democracy; they are invading other countries on the false pretexts of terrorism; they are curtailing civil liberties and human rights of the people and spying on them in the name of security; and, above all, they can commit any illegal activity, violate the constitutions or charters of human rights and kill people in the name of 'war on terror'. Those are the designs of an evil empire.

They are changing the governments in all Muslim countries because they think that Islam (or Muslim) is the main obstacle in the way of enforcing their 'new world order' - the hegemony of the world. In the heart of the Muslim region, they created the state of Israel on Palestinian land and are now expanding it by eliminating the Palestinians. Soon, there'll be nobody left to demand the Palestinian homeland. They use the U.N. as a rubber stamp whenever they need to legitimize their crimes against humanity.

Ironically, there are more protests and demonstrations against this new world order in America and Europe than in the Muslim countries who are the real victims of this plan. Most of the Muslim leaders are not honest to their countrymen, therefore, they are corroborating with the tyrants to keep their own fragile governments in place. The Zionist Mafia is supporting such (mostly illegitimate) governments in the Muslim world because it is using them to implement its global acquisition plans.   

During the last 10 years, millions of people have been killed in Iraq, Lybia, Sudan, Afghanistan, Syria, Egypt, Pakistan and some African countries for the sake of New World Order. And today, there are millions of people living under the open skies without a roof over their heads, with no shelter/protection from hot days and cold nights; without even basic amenities like food, water, electricity, etc. All that (injustice and inhuman treatment) in the name of democracy under the New World Order. Muslims were warned by Allah about this over 1400 years ago:

 فِى قُلُوبِهِم مَّرَضٌ فَزَادَهُمُ ٱللَّهُ مَرَضاً
 وَلَهُم عَذَابٌ أَلِيمٌ بِمَا كَانُوا يَكْذِبُونَ
"In their hearts is a disease; and Allah has increased 
their disease. And grievous is the penalty they (incur), 
because they are false (to themselves).
(al-Quran 2:10)

وَإِذَا قِيلَ لَهُمْ لاَ تُفْسِدُواْ فِى ٱلأَرْضِ قَالُوۤاْ إِنَّمَا نَحْنُ مُصْلِحُونَ
"When it is said to them: "Make not mischief on the earth", 
they say: "Why, we only Want to make peace!" 
(al-Quran 2:11)

أَلاۤ إِنَّهُمْ هُمُ ٱلْمُفْسِدُونَ وَلَـٰكِن لاَّ يَشْعُرُونَ
"Of a surety, they are the ones who make mischief, 
but they realise (it) not."
(al-Quran 2:10-12)

There are people (intellectuals, writers, poets) who are fighting the war ('Jihad') against this injustice and human massacre with their mouths and pens, as they are unable to wage a physical 'Jihad' against these powerful tyrants. One of these Mujahideen is Nizar Tawfiq Qabbani, a contemporary Arab (Syrian) poet, philosopher, thinker, diplomat (Born: 21/3/1923 in Damascus, Syria. Died: 30/4/1998 in London, UK). Here below are two of his poems. Share the sentiment and pray for the Ummah. May Allah have mercy on all of us. 

We Are Accused Of Terrorism

We are accused of terrorism
If we dare to write about the remains of a homeland
That is scattered in pieces and in decay
In decadence and disarray
About a homeland that is searching for a place
And about a nation that no longer has a face
About a homeland that has nothing left of its great ancient verse
But that of wailing and eulogy
About a homeland that has nothing in its horizons
Of freedoms of different types and ideology
About a homeland that forbids us from buying a newspaper
Or listen to anything
About a homeland where all birds are always not allowed to sing
About a homeland that out of horror, its writers are using invisible ink
About a homeland that resembles poetry in our country
Improvised, imported, loose and of no boundaries
Of foreign tongue and soul
Detached from Man and Land, ignoring their plight as a whole

About a homeland to the negotiating table moves
Without a dignity or shoes
About a homeland
That no more has steadfast men
With only women therein
Bitterness is in our mouths, in our talk, in our eyes
Will drought also plague our souls as a legacy passed to us
from ancient times?
Our nation has nobody left, even the less glorified
No one to say "NO" in the face of those who gave up our
homes, bread and butter
Turning our colorful history into a circus
We have not a single honest poem
That has not lost its virginity in a ruler's Harem
We grew accustomed to humiliation
Then what is left of Man
If he is comfortable with that?
I search the books of history
For men of greatness to deliver us from darkness
To save our women from fires' brutality
I search for men of yesterday
But all I find is frightened cats
Fearing for their souls
From the authority of rats
(The frightened cats, scared of the authority of fat rats)
Are we hit by national blindness
Or are we suffering from color blindness
We are accused of terrorism
If we refuse to perish
Under Israeli tyranny
That is hampering our unity
Our history
Our Bible and our Quran
Our prophets' land
If that is our sin and crime
Then terrorism is fine
We are accused of terrorism
If we refuse to be wiped out
By barbarians, the Mongols or the Jews
If we choose to stone the fragile security council
Which was sacked by the king of caesuras
We are accused of terrorism
If we refuse to negotiate with the wolf
And reach out for a whore
America is fighting the cultures of Man
Because it lacks one
And against the civilizations because it needs one
It is a gigantic structure but without a wall
We are accused of terrorism
If we refuse current times
Where America the arrogant, the mighty, the rich
Became a sworn interpreter of Hebrew.
Nizar Qabbani
I Am With Terrorism

We are accused of terrorism:
if we throw a rose
to Jerusalem
to al-Khalil
to Ghazza
to an-Nasirah
if we took bread and water
to beleaguered Troy.
We are accused of terrorism:
if we raised our voices against
the regionalism of our leaders.
All changed their rides:
from Unionists
to Brokers.
If we committed the heinous crime of culture
if we revolted against the orders of the grand caliph
and the seat of the caliphate
If we read jurisprudence or politics
If we recalled God
and read verse al-Fat-h
[Quran's Chapter of Conquest].
If we listened to the Friday sermon
then we are well-established in the art of terrorism

We are accused of terrorism
if we defended land
and the honor of dust
if we revolted against the rape of people
and our rape
if we defended the last palm trees in our desert
the last stars in our sky
the last syllable of our names
the last milk in our mothers' bosoms
if this was our sin
how beautiful is terrorism!
I am with terrorism
if it is able to save me
from the immigrants from Russia
Romania, Hungaria, and Poland
They settled in Palestine
set foot on our shoulders
to steal the minarets of al-Quds
and the door of Aqsa
to steal the arabesques
and the domes.
I am with terrorism
if it will free the Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth,
and the virgin, Meriam Betula
and the holy city
from the ambassadors of death and desolation
The nationalist street was fervent
like a wild horse.
The rivers were abundant with the spirit of youth.
But after Oslo,
we no longer had teeth:
we are now a blind and lost people.
We are accused of terrorism:
if we defended with full-force
our poetic heritage
our national wall
our rosy civilization
the culture of flutes in our mountains
and the mirrors displaying blackened eyes.
We are accused of terrorism:
if we defended what we wrote
El azure of our sea
and the aroma of ink
if we defended the freedom of the word
and the holiness of books
I am with terrorism
if it is able to free a people
from tyrants and tyranny
if it is able to save man from the cruelty of man
to return lemon, olive tree, and bird to the South of Lebanon
and the smile back to Gaza & Golan.
I am with terrorism
if it will save me
from the Caesar of Yehuda
and the Caesar of Rome
I am with terrorism
as long as this new world order
is shared
between America and Israel
I am with terrorism
with all my poetry
with all my words
and all my teeth
as long as this new world
is in the hands of a butcher.
I am with terrorism
if the U.S. Senate
enacts judgment
decrees reward and punishment
I am with Irhab [terrorism]
as long this new world order
hates the smell of Arab.
I am with terrorism
as long as the new world order
wants to slaughter my off-spring.
and send them to dogs.
For all this
I raise my voice high:
I am with terrorism
I am with terrorism
I am with terrorism ...

Nizar Qabbani,
London, 15 April 1997.


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