Islamic Terrorism Timeline
- January 7, 1987: Mahmud al-Mustafa, an anti-Qadhafi Libyan traveling on a forged Kuwaiti passport, was assassinated by two jihadists while he was dining in Athens.
- January 8, 1987: A former officer with the Iranian army, Ahmad Moshkabadi, was assassinated in Athens by good Shia Muslims.
- January 8, 1987: In Nicosia, Cyprus, Muslims tried to bomb the U.S. Embassy and Hilton Hotel. Officials believe the Party of Allah, better known as Hizballah (Hezbollah) was responsible.
- January 10, 1987: In Larnaca, Cyprus, witnesses reported seeing Arab men plant a bomb which went off in the apartment of a Lebanese man who had vacated the building to spend time in prison on explosives charges. A note written in English was found at the scene, demanding the release of Amin Sulayman Za'rur. Officials said Hizballah (Hezbollah) was responsible.
- January 12, 1987: Saudi Arabian diplomat Bakr Damanhouri was kidnapped from his home in West Beirut.
- January 13, 1987: Roger Auque, a French reporter, was seized by gunmen in Beirut moments after he interviewed Terry Waite about his efforts to free the hostages in Lebanon. He and a companion had just left the interview when Shia gunmen grabbed them both. Auque's captors were members of the Revolutionary Justice Organization, an affiliate of Islamic Jihad and Hizballah.
The French journalist was released him on November 27th, 1987 along with Jean-Louis Normandin who had been abducted in 1986. While Chirac claimed that no ransom was paid for the two, the Iranians said they received $2 million. And within a few days of their release, however, Wahid Gordji, an Iranian official suspected of helping terrorists during the Paris bombings, was allowed to leave France.
- January 15, 1987: Iranian exile, Ali Akbar Mohammadi, was murdered by two pro-Ayatollah jihadists in Hamburg, Germany. Mohammadi was a pilot for former Iranian Majlis Speaker Rafsanjani.
- January 17, 1987: A Swedish couple sailing off the coast of Morocco was captured by Islamic Polisario pirates. The jihadists destroyed the couple's boat. The Algerian Embassy intervened and the couple was released.
- January 17, 1987: A businessman from Hamburg, Germany was seized by the "Organization of the Oppressed on Earth in Beirut" - an accurate designation for Muslims. The executive was in Beirut on business and found himself being used as human capital, a pawn in the scheme to gain the release of Hezbollah member, Mohammed Hamadei, who was in Frankfurt on charges of carrying concealed explosives. Hamadei is wanted by the U.S. on air piracy and murder charges in connection with the hijacking of a TWA flight in 1985.
The kidnappers demanded the release of Muhammad and Ali Abbas Hamadei from West Germany in exchange for Cordes. However, Rudolf Cordes was released by his captors on September 12th, 1988 even though Abbas Ali Hamadei was found guilty of having arranged the kidnapping of both Cordes and Schmidt. He received a 13-year prison sentence from a German court.
- January 19, 1987: The Fatah Revolutionary Council, an Abu Nidal brand, claimed responsibility for stabbing two Jewish children in Jerusalem.
Living in the a world of Muhammad's making, the PLO accused the Abu Nidal jihadists of being "agents of Israeli intelligence" who had tried to interfere with a "Palestinian combat unit carrying out a mission.".
- January 20, 1987: Alfred Schmidt, a German engineer with the Siemens electronics firm, was kidnapped from the Summerland hotel on the beach in West Beirut. The aptly named Organization of the Oppressed on Earth claimed credit for the work of Hizballah.
According to a Beirut security expert, a relative of the imprisoned Hamadei brothers was working at the hotel as part of their staff. The kidnappers demanded the release of Muhammad and Ali Abbas Hamadei from West Germany in exchange for Cordes and Schmidt. Alfred Schmidt was released on September 7th, 1987 amid rumors that Siemens had paid a multi- million dollar ransom.
- January 20, 1987: United Nations hostage negotiator, Terry Waite, a representative of the Archbishop of Canterbury, disappeared while on a mission to free Western hostages in Beirut. He is kidnapped by Allah's Party, Hizballah - the Iranian-sponsored, OPEC- funded Islamic terrorist group. Good Muslims would hold the good man hostage for six years.
- January 23, 1987: Two German men were abducted from a store in West Beirut. The Organization of the Oppressed of the Earth, a pseudonym for Hizballah, claimed credit for the abductions. They said that their victims would be executed if West Germany did not free accused hijacker Mohammed Ali Hamadei.
- January 24, 1987: The Somali National Movement kidnapped ten French doctors belonging to Doctors Without Borders. The ten were freed unharmed two weeks later. This group has abandoned their work in both Afghanistan and Iraq following the American invasion because of the radically deteriorating conditions.
- January 24, 1987: A bomb went nest to a police station in Kuwait City. Pro-Iranian, AMAL Shiite terrorists were suspected.
The same day, a car filled with explosives blew up behind the Meridian Hotel in Kuwait. They catered to foreign journalists were assembled in significant numbers to cover a summit conference of Muslim leaders. Pro-Iranian Shia fundamentalists had vowed to disrupt the summit and thus were being blamed for the explosion. If the journalists had their eyes and ears open, they would have understood Islam.
- January 24, 1987: American citizens, Jesse Turner, Alan Steen, and Robert Polhill, and Indian, Mithileshwar Singh were kidnapped in Beirut by men turned into savages by Islam. They were held for many years.
The professors were kidnapped from a college campus in West Beirut by gunmen wearing police uniforms. A group calling itself "Islamic Jihad for the Liberation of Palestine" claimed to be holding the professors and threatened to kill them if their demands were not met. The group also demanded the release of 400 Palestinian terrorists being held by Israel in exchange for the four professors.
Singh was released by his captors on October 3, 1988 during a flurry of speculation regarding the fate of the hostages and the upcoming U.S. presidential elections. Robert Polhill was released in April 1990. Turner was released October 21, 1991. Alan Steen was released early December 1991.
- January 26, 1987: A Saudi Arabian was kidnapped while en route to Beirut Airport and held until a ransom was paid. The Partisans of Holy War, a Shia terrorist group, claimed responsibility. The group said that like Iran, they were protesting the Sunni Islamic summit in Kuwait.
- January 26, 1987: In Peru, the Sendero Luminoso, or Shining Path, illuminated their immoral secular nature when they assaulted the Indian Embassy in Lima with machine-gun fire and dynamite, killing three policemen.
- January 27, 1987: In Chile, Marxists abducted a Belgian priest on the streets of Santiago because Communists see Christianity as their rival. The three men and one woman who kidnapped the cleric kept their faces covered because deep down they knew that what they were doing was wrong.
Father Guido Peeters was stripped by his kidnappers, threatened and beaten. After abusing the man, the Socialist Secular Humanists photographed the priest naked and bleeding. Peeters had been in charge of a parish in one of the poorest slums in Santiago, a site of frequent demonstrations against President Augusto Pinochet's military regime.
- January 29, 1987: Six Irish soldiers in the U.N. peacekeeping force were wounded by an IED near their battalion headquarters in southern Lebanon. Five remote-controlled bombs had been placed inside their camp. Four of the bombs were defused but the fifth exploded, seriously injuring two soldiers.
- January 29, 1987: A Swiss woman was kidnapped in Beirut because her abductors thought she was French.
- January 31, 1987: Islamic jihadists kidnapped two Americans and an Englishman from the UN Emergency Forces.
- February 1, 1987: Four people were killed in Afghanistan when a car bomb exploded in front of the Indian Embassy in Kabul. Fifteen diplomatic staff members and two Indian Airlines employees were wounded. Pro-Soviet Afghan officials blamed Islamic terrorists sponsored by Pakistan and America for the attack.
- February 13, 1987: Kurdish jihadists belonging to the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan abducted a German construction worker and a Turk in a bid to force the release of a number of Kurdish prisoners.
The Yaketi Nishtimani Kurdistan in the Kurdish dialect, or the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in English, was a splinter of the Kurdistan Democratic Party. Under the leadership of Jalal Talabani (also known as Abu Jalal), the PUK was formed in June 1975. Like the majority of Kurdish associations, the PUK sought the establishment of an independent Kurdish state.
Kurds are indigenous to a geo-cultural region commonly referred to as Kurdistan which is an area that includes portions of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey. Estimated at about 30 million people, the Kurds are the largest stateless ethnic group in the world.
Throughout its history, the PUK has engaged in terrorist activities - principally kidnappings for ransom. They targeted Kurdish rivals in the Kurdish Democratic Party (KDP) and Westerners who they deemed to be supportive of the Iraqi regime.
Members of the PUK launched frequent, and often devastating, attacks against Iraqi forces during the Iran-Iraq War as a result of the group's alliance with Iran. However, being duplicitous Muslims, Talabani and the PUK also entered into talks with the Iraqi government during the war to help repel Iranian troops in return for autonomy. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Syria became one of the principal supporters of the PUK, even providing sanctuary for Jalal Talabani after he was exiled from Iraq for his cooperation with Iran.
During the Gulf War of 2003, forces from the PUK assisted the US-led coalition in its overthrow of Saddam Hussein. But their support would be in vain, as America was much more interested in its relationship with Turkey, which despised the Kurds, than it was in doing the right thing. Being somewhat secular, PUK militiamen also allied with U.S. coalition forces to thwart Kurdish Islamic groups such as Ansar al-Islam. But that would not help either as even the Iraq Study Group nixed the idea of establishing an independent Kurdish state.
What was interesting about Talabani was that he was a Sunni Muslim who managed to elicit funding from Shia Iran. It is also noteworthy that he managed to survive so long, considering he was both enemy and foe of Iraq, Iran, Turkey, and the United States.
- February 19, 1987: In Spain, an ETA plan to destroy a building turned deadly when a cleaning woman was killed when a bomb went off at a Renault dealership late at night.
- February 19, 1987: Ten people were killed and 62 others were injured when a truck bomb exploded outside an Afghan Mujahideen office in Peshawar, Pakistan. The Pakistani-sponsored Afghani jihadists blamed Soviet and Afghan agents for the attack.
- February 22, 1987: Seventeen people were wounded in Israel when a grenade was detonated outside the Damascus Gate of Jerusalem's Old City. A PLO spokesman said the attack had been carried out by a group called the Ali Abu Taouk unit.
- February 25, 1987: A car bomb was detonated along side a funeral procession for 18 Hezbollah members who had been killed by Syrian troops the day before. The Lebanese Liberation Organization claimed responsibility for the bomb that killed another Hizballah member and injured 21 others. The perpetrators said that their bomb was aimed at Syrian troops.
During the angry funeral procession Hizballah members chanted: "Death to Syria, Death to Israel, Death to America." During this time, Syria was just one of many warring factions in Lebanon. Palestinians loyal to the PLO initiated the conflict but they drew others in, including Iran's Hizballah, the Syrian Army, Christian Phalanges, Shia AMAL terrorists, Israel's IDF, the United States, and the United Nations.
- February 28, 1987: A French court sentenced Lebanese Islamic terrorist Georges Ibrahim Abdallah to life for the April 1982 murders of an Israeli diplomat and American soldier. Abdallah was a principal figure in the Lebanese Armed Revolutionary Faction - a Hizballah affiliate.
- March 4, 1987: A Lebanese official at the Turkish Embassy in Beirut was shot by gunmen who stormed his home. Burhan Dunay died of his wounds a few days later.
- March 5, 1987: The Abu Nidal Group hung two Palestinians they accused of being Jordanian spies. The executions of Nathem Abd Ahmed Abu Sbeih and his uncle, Khaled Muhammad Ali Musalam Abu Sbeih occurred in Istanbul, Turkey.
- March 6, 1987: AMAL terrorists sent a letter bomb to the engineering firm of Grill and Grossman and another to the Kurier newspaper. The Shia jihadists accused the firm of selling poison gas equipment to Iraq.
The AMAL stationary bore a silhouette of a Kalashnikov assault rifle set between the title: "In the Name of Allah the Merciful." Their love note was signed "The Sons of Imam Elhussein Ben Ali." When it comes to inspiring bomber and terrorist groups, it's hard not to see Allah as "Merciful.".
- March 8, 1987: After their camps in northern Iraq were bombed by Turkish warplanes a week earlier, Kurdish jihadists crossed into Turkey and attacked houses near the Syrian border with hand grenades. As the occupants tried to flee, but the guerrillas sprayed them with gunfire. Eight civilians were killed in the assault.
- March 10, 1987: Following a Turkish air raid against Kurdish targets in Iraq, Kurds in several countries staged protests. Twelve Kurds in Duesseldorf completely destroyed the office of the Turkish Airline.
- March 12, 1987: In Jordan, PLO leader Attalah Muhammad was wounded during an assassination attempt. The attack was triggered by a split in his own movement.
- March 15, 1987: In India, Tamil exiles were responsible for a railway bombing in Madras that killed 25 people and wounded 150 others. Their remote-controlled bomb went off under a railway bridge as an express train was passing over it. Tamil propaganda leaflets demanding the establishment of a separate Tamil state in Sri Lanka were found at the scene.
- March 18, 1987: Eleven people were killed and 45 others were wounded when a bomb went off in a popular cafe in Djibouti City. Eight of those killed were European citizens and seventeen of the injured were French. The bombing was perpetrated by terrorists from the Popular Struggle Front (PSF) - a Libyan-backed organization.
- March 23, 1987: The Revolutionary Popular Resistance Organization claimed credit for an explosion at a Syrian intelligence facility located in the King Hotel in West Beirut. Five Syrians were wounded in the attack.
- March 23, 1987: Thirty-one people were wounded when a car bomb exploded at the British army headquarters in Rheindahlem, Germany. An anonymous caller warned the Duesseldorf news bureau of the impending attack. During the call, the Provisional Irish Republican Army, or Catholic IRA, claimed responsibility for the impending blast.
- March 25, 1987: Missiles were fired at a Syrian base in Lebanon, killing one Syrian officer and two soldiers. The Popular Revolutionary Resistance Organization claimed credit and said they would continue to terrorize Syrians until Syria left Lebanon.
- March 25, 1987: A bomb went off in a bus station, wounding several people. The Palestinian Revolution Forces General Command claimed responsibility.
The Palestine Revolution Forces-General Command operated for only a few years in the mid to late 1980s. Most of their terrorist activities occurred before the first official Palestinian uprising called an intifada. The group's ideology was never clear, and its victims included civilian, military, business targets within Israel. In reality they were little more than an alias for the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), which at the time was headquartered in Tunisia.
- March 30, 1987: A Turkish employee of a cement factory in Iraq was kidnapped by Kurdish rebels. He was released to the Turkish Consulate in Iraq a month later.
- March 31, 1987: Kurdish rebels threw Molotov cocktails at the Turkish Central Bank in Hamburg, Germany.
- March 31, 1987: A bomb was found in front of the Kuwaiti Embassy in Lebanon.
- April 1, 1987: An Australian and French citizen in the Philippines were attacked by Islamic jihadists belonging to the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). The Australian was injured in the attack, and the Frenchman was kidnapped by the terrorists. His body was found a few days later.
The Moro National Liberation Front splintered into the Moro Islamic Liberation Front following a failed 1977 accord between MNLF and the Philippine government. The MNLF's second-in-command broke away from the terrorist club and Hashim Salamat created the Moro Islamic Liberation Front so that he could continue his career as a jihadist. But other than a new name and a promotion, philosophical foundations of the splinter group were identical to its predecessor.
The MILF remains a fundamentalist/salafi Islamic organization attempting to follow Muhammad's terrorist example and Allah's orders to wage war until the world submits to Islam. The Moro Islamic Liberation Front demands a fully independent Islamic state in the southern Philippines. In advance of this goal, the MILF has used terrorist attacks and kidnapping throughout the 1980s and 1990s.
However, deciding to use deception and strike on two fronts, by the late 1990s the Moro Islamic Liberation Front began negotiations for an autonomous Muslim region. This is akin to Yasser Arafat's and Bill Clinton's Oslo Accords creating an autonomous region within Israel that would be controlled by the PLO, allowing them to more easily destroy what remained of the Jewish state.
In June, 2001, the Moro Islamic Liberation Front and Philippine president Gloria Arroyo signed a peace agreement. It would be among the dumbest things this woman would ever do. Not only were many horrendous terrorist attacks claimed under the name of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front after June 2001, an increasing number of attacks were perpetrated by the MILF's new affiliates: the Abu Sayyaf Group and Jemaah Islamiyah. It was as if the Philippine president didn't understand that the problem was Islam or that the MILF was just one of a thousand symptoms.
This ignorance is what led President Gloria Arroyo, in December 2004, to announce that she had formed a joint organization to clear the southern Philippines of criminal elements and operatives by using the MILF terrorist organization. The Abu Sayyaf Group and Jemaah Islamiyah that she wanted removed were partners in crime and religion with the MILF so this was political pandering at its best. It was like America partnering with the PLO to rid the PA territories of HAMAS and Islamic Jihad, only worse since the Filipino organizations were intertwined and not rivals.
- April 2, 1987: Three jihadists ambushed a car belonging to the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization. They tried to abduct two officers, a Finn and an Italian. In a unique twist, the assailants were subsequently arrested by AMAL forces.
- April 3, 1987: A man claiming to belong to Hizballah was arrested after throwing Molotov cocktails into the campus of the American University in Cairo, Egypt.
- April 7, 1987: A Syrian intelligence officer was assassinated in West Beirut.
- April 15, 1987: The Lebanese Liberation Front claimed responsibility for a bomb which blasted the Syrian Intelligence Services. Several people were injured. They vowed to continue attacking Syrian targets until Syrian forces pulled out of Lebanon.
The Lebanese Liberation Front held grievances against Syria, Israel, the United States, and Canada. Principally, they were dedicated to liberating Lebanon from Syria who had had troops stationed in Lebanon since 1975 when it intervened in the Lebanese Civil War ostensibly to prevent the establishment of a Christian, Shi'a, or Palestinian state. Israel didn't become involved in the Lebanese Civil War until 1982 when it intervened to thwart terrorist attacks being made inside Israel from Lebanese bases.
America withdrew from Lebanon in 1984. Israel withdrew from Lebanon in late 1986. Syrian troops withdrew in May 2005. Hizballah and the PLO remain.
- April 15, 1987: In Spain, mortars were fired at three U.S. diplomatic facilities in Madrid. The International Front Against Imperialism claimed credit. They said that they attacked in retaliation for the U.S. air raid on Libya in 1986. The group was affiliated with the Japanese Red Army and the PFLP. They were supported financially by Libya and its syphilitic OPECer.
Anti-Imperialist International Brigade was composed of members of the Japanese Red Army and the PFLP. They were founded in Algiers in 1986 during a meeting between the JRA and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
Under the consolidated name, the gang was responsible for attacks on the Japanese and American embassies in Jakarta in May 1986 as well as an attack on the American embassy in Madrid in July 1988. The group also threatened to assassinate French President Francois Mitterrand as well as Prime Minister Jacques Chirac. In each attack, they demanded the release of three Arab Muslims, Waroujan Garbidjian, Georges Ibrahim Abdullah, and Anis Naccache.
- April 17, 1987: A car bomb exploded in front of the headquarters of the Lebanese branch of the Syrian ruling political party, injuring a civilian.
- April 18, 1987: Two Finnish UN peacekeepers were abducted by Hizballah as the jihadists were retreating from the Southern Lebanese Army. It was later leaned that Allah's Party had originally planned to use the Finnish base as a refuge.
- April 19, 1987: Three Palestinian terrorists infiltrated facilities housing electronic and other security systems and were on the cusp of seizing Israeli hostages. In an ensuing shootout with security forces, the three jihadists were killed, as were two Israeli soldiers. The terrorists were dressed in military fatigues and carried rifles, grenades, flak jackets and U.S.-made anti-tank missiles.
Documents found on the Muslims confirmed that they were members of Fatah and that they had planned on abducting Israeli hostages in hopes of exchanging them for Palestinian terrorists imprisoned in Israel. The attack coincided with the opening of the Palestine National Council in Algiers. Should the assault have been destructive and bloody enough, it would have helped Arafat regain the support of PLO hard-liners.
- April 20, 1987: A British military vehicle was riddled with machine-gun fire in Nicosia, Cyprus, seriously wounding a serviceman and a young British girl. Four pro-Libyan "United Nasirite Organization" terrorists were arrested in connection with this attack. It was the second time, the Marxist Muslim syphilitic OPECer had used "Christian" names to conceal his schemes.
The United Nasserite Organization was one of Moamar Qadhafi's pet names for his gang of goons. They were responsible for two high-profile attacks on British military personnel in Cyprus in the late 1980s.
The first attack attributed to the UNO took place in August 1986, when a small band of terrorists fired mortars, light weapons, and rocket-propelled grenades at British airmen and their families on a beach near a British airbase in Akrotiri, Cyprus. Although the UNO directed a barrage of gunfire towards the sunbathers, only two women were wounded and none were killed. The UNO took responsibility for the attack, saying that it was in response to British support of the U.S. air strike against the Libyan leadership earlier that month.
The UNO claimed credit for the attack in Beirut, and in that release, mentioned Omar al-Mukhtar, a Libyan hero and namesake of a similar Islamic terrorist group in Lebanon - the National Revolutionary Command of Omar al-Mukhtar. Rather than to say that these two groups were allies, it would be more accurate to conclude that they were both composed of Libyan agents.
The "Nasserite" term refers to one of three ideas, none of which have anything to do with Muslims or Marxists. The Nasserite vow as outlined in Yahweh's Scripture is metaphorical of the Messiah. The Nazarenes were Jews, actually Yahuwdym, from the community of Nazareth, a day's walk from Jerusalem. Yahshua (errantly transliterated "Jesus") was raised in Nazareth and thus was called a Nazarene. Third, Nazarene was a term applied to Yahuwdym who recognized that Yahshua is the Messiah.
Qadhafi, not knowing any of this, simply used the name to shield himself from complicity while taking revenge on Western targets for the U.S. air strikes which killed over 100 people, including Moamar Qadhafi's daughter.
While the poster child for the corruption of Islam would continue to murder innocent people for years to come, he was ultimately persuaded to reign in his rage when economic sanctions and international lawsuits hit him in the pocketbook. Tyranny is expensive and impoverished dictators don't live very long.
Republican apologists would have you believe that the OPECer turned away from terror as a result of America's invasion of Iraq. They do so in order to justify the squandering of lives in that colossal mistake, but such conclusions are irrational. America's failure in Iraq guarantees that the U.S. will never again invade any nation, much less an Islamic one.
Had the conservative apologists actually understood why Qadhafi surrendered, they would endorse point three of my plan to eliminate the scourge of terrorism in thirty-days - a plan I promoted long before America invaded Iraq. While the answers are as simple as they would be effective, Americans may be too indoctrinated and apathetic to care.
- April 23, 1987: In Iran, jihadists attacked the home of an Afghan diplomat in Tehran.
There were three sides in the first phase of the Afghani conflict. The government was Marxist Muslim and allied with the USSR. The Northern alliance was Shia, and aligned with Iran. The Taliban was Sunni and sponsored by America, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan. Over one million people died in this phase of the civil war - something that should be troubling for Americans in that Jimmy Carter started it.
- April 24, 1987: A Greek bus carrying 16 U.S. servicemen was bombed in Athens. Marxists, working for Muslims claimed credit.
The reason Marxists hated Americans in Greece was because America was the only reason the military junta controlled the peninsula and archipelago. In its fight against Communism, the U.S. advanced the cause of Fascists and Jihadists all over the world.
- April 25, 1987: Another remote-control bomb exploded beneath a bus, this time carrying U.S. military personnel to their base in Glyfada. The same gang of Marxist Muslims claimed responsibility for the blast which injured 16 Americans and four Greeks.
- April 27, 1987: In the Philippines, two hand grenades were thrown into a U.S. military compound in Quezon, a suburb of Manila. A Muslim group calling itself the "Jihad Mujahideen," of Holy War Brigade, claimed credit for the attack. They said that it was in retaliation for the U.S. raid on Libya.
- May 1, 1987: According to a report published in the Iranian magazine, as-Shiraa, someone kidnapped Mohammed Khatami, an employee of the Iranian Embassy in Beirut, in an attempt to exchange him for Terry Waite.
- May 13, 1987: One Syrian was killed and two were wounded as they tried to defuse a bomb near a Syrian Army base in West Beirut.
- May 19, 1987: An employee of Air New Zealand boarded a 747 in Fiji and threatened to blow the plane up with dynamite he had strapped to his body. The hijacker, a Fiji Indian, released 24 crew members and all 105 passengers. He demanded the release of 11 members of the Indian-dominated government of Timoci Bavadara who had been overthrown and put under house arrest in a coup the previous week. The hijacker also demanded that he be flown to Libya.
- May 19, 1987: An Israeli was stabbed to death in Tel Aviv. The PLO claimed responsibility.
- May 20, 1987: Ezzedin Al Ghadamsi, a former Qadhafi aide residing in Austria, was the target of an assassination attempt in Vienna. As the assailant fled, a passport bearing the name of Libyan diplomat, Mohammed Elhag, was dropped. The passport also contained a business card belonging to Ahmed Abdullah. Abdullah was arrested, but Mohammed Elhag claimed diplomatic immunity in the Libyan Embassy.
- May 23, 1987: Sunni Muslims used a car bomb to murder an Iranian Revolutionary Guard official.
- May 26, 1987: Three American diplomats riding to work in Cairo were assaulted by gunmen who said that they were members of Egypt's Revolution. Two of the three diplomats were injured in the attack.
- June 1, 1987: Lebanese Prime Minister Karami was assassinated.
- June 6, 1987: In Iraq, Kurdish jihadists attacked 11 Turkish vehicles in the Dehok District, located forty miles from the border with Turkey. All of the Turks were severely wounded in the attack.
- June 7, 1987: A roadside bomb exploded killing an Israeli and wounding two others in southern Lebanon.
- June 9, 1987: A car bomb exploded outside the U.S. Embassy in Rome.
Shortly after a car bomb went off outside the U.S. Embassy, two crude rockets were fired into the embassy compounds from a nearby hotel. A group calling itself the Anti- Imperialist International Brigade claimed responsibility. They were a unit of the Japanese Red Army which terrorized on the behest of the PFLP.
What was interesting here was that while the PFLP had previously received most of its funding from Libya, this time the money trail pointed to Iran.
- June 10, 1987: Four armed men, all believed to be Iranian Muslims, stormed the offices of Mitsui and Company and detonated a bomb. The bombers shouted slogans against Japan's economic influence in Iran.
- June 12, 1987: Pro-Libyan terrorists in Malta torched three tourist hotels. For reasons only known to them, the Libyans were trying to destabilize the country's government.
- June 14, 1987: Two bombs were defused outside shops in Afghan refugee camps in Northern Pakistan. Another bomb, this one concealed in a briefcase, was deactivated outside the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) in Quetta, Pakistan.
- June 16, 1987: In Tel Aviv, Israel, a Muslim man was killed when the bomb he was trying to plant in car prematurely detonated. A few hours later, another explosive device was found and dismantled in a crowded bus station in the vicinity of the first blast. In that these were dual failures, no one claimed credit.
- June 17, 1987: Charles Glass, an American journalist, was abducted outside Sidon, Lebanon. Glass was an ABC reporter and was famous for having who had covered a TWA hijacking in 1985, where he had interviewed the pilot of the airliner from the cockpit during the actual assault. He had been in Beirut working on a book regarding the Middle Eastern Muslim crisis.
At the time of his abduction, Glass was traveling with Ali Osseiran, the son of Lebanon's defense minister. The jihadist had originally planned on kidnapping only Glass; however, when Osseiran, who was a Shiite Muslim, began to protest, the Islamic kidnapper grabbed him along with his chauffeur and bodyguard, Suleiman Salman.
Hizballah, lesser known as the Party of Allah was responsible for staging the attak. Salman and Osseiran were blindfolded and set free on the coastal highway near the city of Sidon six days later. A few days thereafter, a statement written in Arabic was left at the door of a Lebanese radio station in Sidon, claiming the kidnapping on behalf of "The Organization for the Defense of Free People." That was funny in itself since Islam is the Arabic word for Submission and since Allah says that Muslims are not free to choose their government or their religion.
Unaware of the disconnect between the American media and Israel, the ODFP statement claimed that Glass was actually an Israeli agent.
On July 1st, NBC News reported that U.S. intelligence had intercepted messages between the Iranian Embassy in Damascus, Syria and Hizballah terrorists in Lebanon providing "conclusive evidence that Iran had ordered the kidnapping of Glass." And now, the Iraq Study Group says that the best way out of Iraq is to partner with Syria and Iran.
In mid-July, Glass' kidnappers released a videotape in which the reporter described himself as a U.S. spy, ostensibly to extend his life or diminish his torture. Glass was able to escape from the Iranian jihadists on August 18th, two months after he was taken prisoner.
- June 17, 1987: Pro-Libyan Muslim terrorists in Malta attacked a bus filled with Austrian tourists. Eight people were wounded as a result of the jihadist's indiscriminate machinegun fire. The Maltese government claimed that the assault had been part of an effort to destabilize their government and undermine its tourism-based economy.
- June 19, 1987: A Kurdish political refugee, and head of the Association of Kurdish Workers, was assassinated outside his Paris home. He was the second Kurd was killed in the same Paris neighborhood in as many years. The victim had also been a member of the Kurdish Marxist Party, known as the PKK. While the assassination may have be the result of Kurdish infighting, the PKK claimed that the assassinations are being conducted by the Turkish Secret Service.
- June 22, 1987: Two cars belonging to Palestinian journalist Hanna Siniora were set ablaze in Israel. An Arabic message, plastered on a nearby wall, read: "Jerusalem will only be the capital of Palestine, signed by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.".
Siniora had recently announced that he would be the first Arab to run for the Jerusalem City Council. His candidacy had been viewed as a sign of acceptance of Jewish rule by the PLO. And Muslims are not fond of Jews, choice, or democracy. They don't care much for life, either.
- June 22, 1987: The Turkish Central Bank in Hamburg, Germany was the target of an arsonist. Islamic slogans were written on the walls before the gasoline was ignited, and thus Muslim terrorists were suspected.
- June 26, 1987: In Italy, Yussef Kherbigh, head of the Cairo office of an anti-Qadhafi group called the National Front for the Salvation of Libya, was assassinated by two gunmen on a street in Rome. The jihadists were captured and admitted to being Libyan agents. They were members of Qadhafi's Libyan Revolutionary Committee - a caustic brew of Communism and Islam.
It makes little difference if man is turned into god (as is the case in Communism), or if man creates god in his own image (as was the case with Muhammad). The fact that these religions are similar is why so many Muslims are Marxists. To gain a better appreciation of how this works in practice, read the 77 pages of Prophet of Doom which compare Mein Kampf passages to Qur'an verses. There you will discover how Hitler's People's Religion served his National Socialism movement and how similar it was to Muhammad's religion.
- June 28, 1987: A mother and child were wounded in Haifa, Israel when a bomb exploded near a popular beach. Force 17, Yasser Arafat's personal terrorists, claimed responsibility for the uncivilized act.
- June 30, 1987: The JDL's East Coast faction, led by a friend of mine, Vincent Jancier (a.k.a. Chaim Ben Yosef), was responsible for an explosive device found in a trash can outside the Lincoln Center. The USSR's Bolshoi Ballet was performing in the theater and the Soviets were as anti-Semitic as they were anti-American. The intent of the device was to terrorize USSR politicians who had parked their limousines in the area.
This begs a question hinted at in the July 26th review. Why do you suppose Communists and Muslims have exactly the same enemies? The answer is obvious when once studies the founders of both religions, Adam Wieshaupt and Muhammad and read what they were trying to achieve. It is the same reason Hitler hated America and Jews. They all serve the same spirit.
- July 2, 1987: Iraqi agents in Spain used a car bomb in an assassination attempt on an Iranian diplomat in Madrid. Mohammed Razi, a senior diplomat at the embassy, had become suspicious that something was wrong with his car. He got out to check, but did not escape in time to avoid serious injury. His passerby was also wounded by the blast.
While Iraqi agents were suspected, an anti-Khomeini group called Mujahideen-e Khalq (the Holy Warriors of the Trench, also known as Monafiquin) claimed responsibility. This gang of Muslim goons operated out of France and Iraq (as well as Washington) and liked to call themselves the People's Mujahideen of Iran.
The Mujahideen-e Khalq, better known by the acronym, MEK, served as the primary opposition party to the religious/sectarian Iranian regime of the Ayatollah Khomeini. Whether they were part of, allied with, or the parent of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), they served as a coalition of Iranian opposition groups. They even claimed to represent the transitional parliament-in-exile of Iran, replete with 570 members.
The NCRI was headquartered in Iraq, with representative offices in other countries including Paris and a presence in Washington where it has previously received financial support from the U.S. Congress. After the 9/11 attacks however, the US government actively courted cooperation from the Shia regime in Iran and sidelined its unofficial support for the MEK. It was like soliciting Satan's help against the Devil and in the process snubbing one's nose at a demon.
Prior to American's Iraqi invasion, the NCRI was principally headquartered in Iraq, with the blessing of Saddam Hussein. During this time, intelligence reports suggested that the MEK's militant camps in Iraq were hiding some of Saddam's imaginary weapons programs. The reason the NCRI and its Mujahideen-e-Khalq (MEK) were based in Iraq was that prior to the American invasion, Iraq and Iran were enemies. Further, the Iraqi government was secular - the very thing the NCRI desired for Iran. Now all of that has changed. Iran controls Iraq via the Iranian Shi'ite Grand Ayatollah al-Sistani and his Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq. Further, Iraq's government is now Islamic and fundamentalist.
In George W. Bush's crusade to justify his intended invasion of Iraq, vague intelligence reports were leaked which were construed to suggest that Mujahideen-e-Khalq militia camps in Iraq might be hiding some of Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction. But that was absurd. Even though the NCRI was somewhat secular, they were Iranian Shiites, and thus the last people a paranoid dictator would trust with his imaginary weapons.
Knowing in advance what was going to happen in Iraq, and that they would soon be secular outcasts in a sectarian/religious/Islamic culture, the NCRI and MEK immediately enveloped themselves in the protection of U.S. forces following the invasion. In May 2003, U.S. Central Command stated that the group was "complying fully with Coalition instructions and directives." Mind you, the MEK hated America almost as much as it despised the Iranian clerical regime.
Since the American government has never understood Islam, nor the strife that exists in its realm between the secular and sectarian, much less the Sunni-Shia conflict, a quick review of the Mujahideen-e-Khalq is in order. They were founded as a liberal, even socialistic, nationalistic party supporting former Prime Minister Mossaddeq against the Shah in 1963. Failing to achieve their goals through popular protests, in 1971 the MEG began its armed struggle against the Shah, whom it saw as a dictator and a puppet of the United States. The group conducted a number of attacks on U.S. military personnel and civilians in Iran in the 1970s.
Although the Mujahideen-e-Khalq initially supported the 1979 Islamic Revolution and the overthrow of the Shah, the group's secular perspective led to an eventual crackdown by the Ayatollah Khomeini regime. Following the MEK's call for a mass demonstration after the 1981 impeachment of Abolhasan Bani-Sadr, the elected President and chairman of the Islamic Revolutionary Council, they became enemies of the mullahs. Thousands of MEK members were killed and imprisoned as a result of religious repression.
The MEK's leaders fled to Paris, where the Ayatollah Khomeini had previously hung out and their militant infrastructure moved to Iraq. In 1987 the Mujahideen-e-Khalq headquarters was also relocated to Iraq. United again, they began using Iraq as a base for cross-border raids into Iran.
In 1991, the Mujahideen-e-Khalq assisted Saddam Hussein in suppressing the Shia and Kurdish uprisings. They also performed internal security services for Iraq's secular government. In April 1992, the Mujahideen-e-Khalq conducted simultaneous attacks on Iranian Embassies and installations in thirteen countries. In April 1999, the MEK assassinated the deputy chief of the Armed Forces of Iran. In 2000 and 2001 they were involved in mortar attacks and hit-and-run raids on Iranian military and law-enforcement units and government buildings near the Iran-Iraq border.
The Mujahideen-e-Khalq still exists to overthrow the Iranian Shi'ite government and replace it with the NCRI. At a 1995 conference, the Marxist Muslim group outlined a plan. The key provision was: Guarantee freedom for political parties and forums except those loyal to either the Shah or Ayatollah Khomeini. Under such a system, the only candidates would be those approved by the Mujahideen-e-Khalq.
The MEK has periodically released information on Iran's developing nuclear weapons ambitions, including a crucial 2002 revelation regarding Iran's uranium enrichment program. Its latest release came in February 2005, when the group passed on information to the International Atomic Energy Administration (IAEA) that Iran now possesses sources for polonium-210 and beryllium, crucial components in building a nuclear initiator. The group claimed that this was the last objective that Iran needed to fulfill, and that they planned to have to a nuclear weapon by the end of 2006.
Along with his wife Maryam, Massoud Rajavi, serves as emir (Islamic commander, aka, warlord) of the Mujahideen-e-Khalq - a Marxist Muslim organization named after Muhammad's successful Medina battle where a trench was dug around the oasis town. Said to have achieved almost cult-like status within the group, Rajavi is also the commander of the Mujahideen's militia forces.
Rajavi first became involved with the MEK in the 1970s as a student. He was one of the few leaders who survived the crackdown by the Shah. He also survived Islamic oppression because he became an active supporter of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. His charismatic style and MEK's blend of Islam and Marxism attracted thousands of followers. Initially backing Ayatollah Khomeini's new regime, Rajavi soon fell out of favor with the mullahs because his Islam was not seen as sufficiently fundamentalist. So, in the early 1980s, Rajavi and the MEK attempted to overthrow the Ayatollah, but failed, leading to yet another crackdown whereupon thousands of Mujahideen-e-Khalq supporters were tortured, jailed, or simply murdered by the religious regime.
After his failed coup attempt, Rajavi fled to France and set up the National Council of Resistance in Iran (NCRI), the political wing for the poligious MEK. After the militant Muslim Marxist wore out its welcome in France, Rajavi elicited the support of Iraq and Saddam Hussein. In return for a base on Iraqi soil, Rajavi fought against his home country in the Iran-Iraq War, providing targets for Iraqi planes and even leading a failed offensive against Iranian troops.
The MEK's support of Iraq against Iran destroyed much of Mujahideen-e-Khalq's credibility amongst the Iranian people, but, through Massoud and Maryam Rajavi's charismatic cult leadership, the group survived.
With the ongoing U.S. war in Iraq and a possible showdown with Iran, those guided by Sun Tzu's Art of War, see the MEK as an important asset for Western military and intelligence units, despite the fact that the Mujahideen-e-Khalq is listed as a terrorist group by both the United States and the European Union. Massoud Rajavi has met with senior U.S. military commanders in Iraq, and is now thought to be living in Germany.
- July 2, 1987: A car bomb exploded in front of Syria's military headquarters in West Beirut.
- July 3, 1987: A bomb was detonated on an Israeli bus in Jerusalem. Two Jewish civilians were wounded in the blast.
- July 4, 1987: Demonstrating that they had a calendar and had read some history, the Marxist New People's Army tossed bombs at the Thomas Jefferson Cultural Center in the Philippines and into the International School in Manila.
- July 6, 1987: Members of the Sudanese Peoples Liberation Army (SPLA) kidnapped three Americans and one British citizen from their homes in Munri. Three of those kidnapped were affiliated with the American Christian Resource Organization Serving Sudan (ACROSS). The African Animist Sudanese resistance released their captives unharmed some weeks later, claiming they were honoring a personal appeal by former President Jimmy Carter.
While the SPLA was composed principally of African Animists and not Muslims, the sole reason for their existence was to thwart the habitual sting of Islamic terrorism.
- July 8, 1987: AMAL Shia terrorists operating in Pakistan, demonstrated their pro-Khomeini sympathies by using automatic weapons and grenade launchers to attack members of the Iranian opposition party. Altogether three people were killed and 30 were injured in the dual assaults. Approximately 17,000 Iranian dissidents lived in Karachi and Quetta, Pakistan, the locations of the attacks.
- July 10, 1987: In a political assault by a Salvadoran death squad, a Salvadoran woman in Los Angeles was abducted, tortured, and raped. Yanira Corea had been at attendance at a meeting of the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador, a group critical of U.S. policy in Central America, when she was seized, blindfolded, and interrogated regarding her political activities. One of the men suggested killing her but another replied that Corea should be kept alive as a reminder to others that they were here.
A week or so later, a Guatemalan woman who was active on behalf of the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) was also kidnapped in Los Angeles. She was told to stop associating with Salvadorans.
Just because the U.S. backed rebels were anti-Communist didn't make them good.
- July 12, 1987: A Molotov cocktail was thrown at a Mormon Church in Santiago. The Marxists scribbled: "Out of the common people's territories Yankee invaders," on the church wall. This was one of a score of similar acts.
While Mormonism is a westernized form of Islam, and in many ways more deceitful, the Marxists did not know that. These Communists attacked the church because they hated Christians.
- July 14, 1987: In Pakistan, 72 people were killed and over 250 more were injured when two car bombs exploded within thirty minutes of each other in a busy shopping area of Karachi. Pakistani intelligence, known as the ISI blamed Afghani intelligence. In truth, there was no Afghani intelligence and most all of the mujahideen jihadists operating in Afghanistan were sponsored by Pakistan's ISI - including al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
When you come to grips with the reality that America and Pakistan were responsible for the Afghan civil war and for the formation of al-Qaeda and the Taliban you will recognize that the real enemy in the War on Terrorism is a lot closer to home than most Americans suspect.
- July 17, 1987: Iran refused to hand over a suspect in series of 1986 Paris bombings so France broke relations with Iran for 11 months. Hoof.
The reason for the recent spat of Iranian-sponsored attacks on French, German, and American citizens by Hizballah terrorists in '86 and '87, was that France, along with Germany, and America had built and fueled Iran's nuclear ambitions prior to the Islamic revolution. And now they were now withholding the down payments, technology, and fuel.
We'll discuss these nations' suicidal complicity in a moment, but first ponder this question: Since all nuclear the fuel does in a power plant is boil water, why would a country that sits on trillions of cubic feet of natural gas want expensive nuclear power plants to create electricity? Even a moron, and that would include politicians, should have known their real purpose.
Sadly, Muslims don't have a monopoly on stupidity. The first Iranian nuclear plant was built in the 1950s by the United States. The express purpose was to help Iran develop nuclear technology because they were an ally during the cold war. It was called "The Atoms for Peace" program.
At the time, Shah Muhammad Reza Pahlavi was playing dictator in Iran because the CIA had seen to it that Muhammad Mossadegh, his less supportive predecessor, was overthrown. Pahlavi was considered "sufficiently stable and friendly" such that nuclear proliferation wouldn't be a problem. So the Tehran Nuclear Research Center was equipped with a U.S. supplied 5-megawatt nuclear reactor. Then it was fuelled with highly enriched uranium in 1967 - also from America (5 kg at 19.7%).
During this time, plans were drawn up by Shah Muhammad Pahlavi to construct 23 nuclear reactors across Iran - all with American support. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) even signed a contract with the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran to train the Iranian nuclear engineers. My, aren't we the bright ones.
America's perfect track record for manufacturing its next enemy was still intact. The U.S. had danced this same tune with Stalin's Russia in World War II. It served to arm those who attacked and killed 55,000 Americans in Vietnam. The U.S. funded the rise of Mao's China and the Marxists attacked and killed nearly 40,000 Americans five years later in Korea. The U.S. supplied Saddam's Iraq with chemical and biological weapons when he was fighting Iran and so Americans had to fight him in '91 and again in '02 because he had used those very weapons. America supplied Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda with billions dollars worth of arms when they were fighting the "Evil Empire" and they have turned them against their benefactor, killing thousands of Americans around the world. Now we discover that America gave Iran the nuclear technology the U.S. rightly fears will be used against it in the not-too-distant future. And of course, let us not forget that Americans supplied the OPECers with their oil extraction and transport facilities so that the U.S. transfers over a billion dollars a day to the fiefdoms who are manufacturing the terrorists that seek to murder the people who made their warlords rich.
Returning to America's miscue in Iran, a second nuclear reactor underwent construction in 1974 in Bushehr. In 1975, a German firm, Siemans AG, following the American lead, signed a $5 billion contract to build pressurized water reactors in Iran. This production was subcontracted to ThyssenKrupp, a German firm named after Hitler's financier. Thyssen's story, as it intertwines with that of George Herbert Walker and Preston Bush, and their involvement in equipping, fueling, and financing Nazi Germany during WWII, is one of the most treasonous tales in American history. It is also the most deadly. Thyssen, Walker, and Bush (George Walker Bush's grandfather) made their fortune off Jewish slave labor in the Auschwitz Concentration Camp. As I have said before, America is governed by immoral men.
In 1975, socialist, co-conspirator, and traitor, U.S. Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, who like George Walker Bush, I have met personally and spent hours with privately, wrote and signed the National Security Decision Memorandum 292, titled "U.S.-Iran Nuclear Co-operation." It detailed the plans to sell nuclear reactor technology and equipment to Iran for $6 billion. The U.S. Department of State continued its unblemished record of manufacturing all of America's future enemies by approving the deal.
Gerald Ford, another CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) traitor, signed a directive in 1976 offering Tehran the opportunity to buy a U.S.-built reprocessing facility for extracting plutonium from nuclear reactor fuel. In so doing, he answered the question I had posed earlier. The sole purpose of Iran's American nuclear program was to make nuclear bombs. As a result, one or more of those bombs will be delivered care of an Islamic suicide bomber into one or more of America's largest cities. I guarantee it. (So did Yahweh, but that's the subject of another book.).
The daughter products of a nuclear power plant, reprocessed, produce weapons-grade plutonium. So the Ford administration endorsed and then contributed to the Iranian plan to build a massive nuclear energy industry. America even agreed to a multibillion dollar deal to give Tehran control over large quantities of plutonium and enriched uranium - the very ingredients of a nuclear bomb. Then Westinghouse and General Electric were hired to provide the needed technology. Kissinger said, "The issue of nuclear proliferation never came up.".
Declassified documents from the Ford Library confirm that the United States was actively engaged in setting up uranium enrichment and nuclear fuel reprocessing facilities in Iran. The facts are: Americans were helping the Iranians build the bombs that would one day be used against them. At the time, Dick Cheney (George Walker Bush's VP), Donald Rumsfeld (George Walker Bush's Secretary of Defense), and Paul Wolfowitz (George Walker Bush's appointment as President of the World Bank, an IMF affiliate), were heavily involved in promoting the Iranian nuclear program that was designed to extract plutonium from reactors for the purpose of weapons.
After the Islamic revolution, the U.S., French, and German governments who had been paid billions in advance to deliver nuclear fuel, refused to return the money or fulfill the contract so Iran's nuclear program was temporarily stalled. The Iranians, being good Muslims, turned to their own Hizballah terrorists to persuade the French to cooperate. French citizens, especially those associated with the nuclear industry, were taken hostage by Allah's Party and hundreds more were maimed and murdered by their bombs. France subsequently refunded the Iranian investment of $1.6 billion. This occurred because Iran was now the largest investor in Eurodif (owning 25% via Sofidif, a Franco-Iranian consortium), the French nuclear power company.
The German/American ThyssenKrupp continued building their nuclear plant through July 1979, stopping only when their reactors were 80% complete. It wasn't until 1995 that Russia agreed to complete the German reactor at Bushehr. In 1996, the U.S. tried without success to block China from providing Iran with the means to reprocess the nuclear fuel it would need.
In 2005, days after the election of fundamentalist Muslim poster boy, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) investigated Iran's underground uranium enrichment facilities and heavy water plants and concluded that "the plants were not related to nuclear weapons programs." They said: "Iran was not in breech of the Non-Proliferation Treaty." I suppose the Muslim 2005 Nobel Prize winner in charge of the IAEA, Mohamed El Baradei, looked into the soul of the uranium and plutonium atoms and determined that they were peace loving, like Islam. It may not be a coincidence that OPEC and the IAEA are both headquartered in Vienna, Austria or that they are both controlled by Muslims.
In 2006, a New York Times reporter, James Risen, revealed that in 2000 the Clinton administration used Operation Merlin to provide Iran with a flawed design for building a nuclear weapon in order to delay the Iranian's progress. The CIA chose a Russian nuclear scientist to provide the flawed blueprints to the Iranian clerics. Unfortunately, the scientist, noticing the flaws, pointed them out to the Islamic regime, expediting their progress. In response to the report, the Pakistani Finance Minister said: "An attack on Iran will be construed as an attack on us.".
Later in 2006, the IAEA Board of Governors voted 27-3 with Belarus, Indonesia, Libya, and South Africa abstaining, and Venezuela, Syria, and Cuba, voting against, to report Iran to the UN Security Council. Russia and China, then forced a delay. So it was on April 11, 2006 that Iranian Muslim madman, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced that Iran had successfully enriched uranium, saying that the Islamic state had "joined the group of those countries which have nuclear technology.".
I have been informed by a person in a position to know, and one whose prior intelligence has always been accurate, that Putin and Ahmadinejad made a deal. Putin was at risk of losing control because of his failure to reign in the brutal onslaught of Islamic terrorism. He asked Ahmadinejad to call off the dogs. In exchange for not sponsoring Islamic attacks against Russia, Putin agreed to supply Iran with the means to complete an arsenal of nuclear bombs. Therefore, there is no longer a solution to this crisis.
The CFR's and NWO's Carnegie Endowment for International Peace later claimed something which I do not think is true: "some senior officials in the Bush administration have already made up their minds: They want to hit Iran. There appears to be a coordinated campaign to prepare for a military strike on Iran." That isn't going to happen. Not now. Not ever.
The CEIP magazine, Foreign Policy, went on to warn that "a military strike would be disastrous for the United States. It would rally the Iranian public around an otherwise unpopular regime ; it would inflame anti-American anger around the Muslim world, and it would jeopardize the already fragile U.S. position in Iraq. And it would accelerate, not delay, the Iranian nuclear program. Hard-liners in Tehran would be proven right in their claim that the only thing that can deter the United States is a nuclear bomb. Iranian leaders could respond with a crash nuclear program that could produce a bomb in a few years. ".
On April 26, 2006, the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said, "Americans should know that if they assault Iran their interests will be harmed anywhere in the world that is possible, and that the Iranian nation will respond to any blow with double the intensity." He was speaking of the use of Iranian and Pakistani nuclear bombs. The Muslims in Iran were now as invincible as were the Communists in North Korea. And once again, America was its own worst enemy.
- July 1987: Iraq's Nuclear Research Center at Al Tuwaitha began developing radiological dispersion weapons (dirty bombs, or non-fissionable radiation weapons). They would test three different prototypes. This facility was "officially" abandoned in 1988 but the bomb casings from the site remain unaccounted for.
- July 18, 1987: In Athens, a group of Kurdish refugees were attacked by Turkish Muslims as they were leaving the Lavrion Reception Center for Political Refugees. One person was treated for gunshot wounds.
- July 18, 1987: An opponent of the religious Iranian regime was seriously wounded by a car bomb in London. Amir Parvis, former minister in the Shah's government, was nearly killed by the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution.
- July 22, 1987: Fatah saw fit to murder a rival Palestinian journalist, Ali Naji Awad al-Adhami. He was shot in the head in London. Al-Adhami had been employed by a Kuwaiti newspaper and was a prolific Arab cartoonist. The illustrator would die of his wounds after suffering for six weeks. Al Fatah's Force 17 was suspected of having killed him because of his anti-Arafat political cartoons.
- July 23, 1987: Three Jesuit missionaries were kidnapped in the southern Sudan. They were freed a few days later.
- July 23, 1987: An Iranian exile living in France was gunned down in Vienna by Iranian agents. Hamid Reza Chitgar, chairman of the Party of Work, had his body tossed in the street a couple of months later.
- July 24, 1987: A Lebanese terrorist was overpowered in Switzerland by the flight crew during an Air Afrique hijacking. The Jihadist had already murdered one passenger and had assaulted a stewardess.
The flight was hijacked from Italy while it was en route to Paris. The jihadist forced the pilot to land in Geneva for refueling, which is where the co-pilot overpowered the terrorist who claimed to be a member of Hezbollah. The Muslim murderer had intended to fly to Beirut, Lebanon.
The terrorist had boarded the plane in Brazzaville, in the Congo, concealing a small pistol and explosives which were both wrapped around his waist. Following the murder a French passenger, and after hearing that they were on their way to Lebanon, panicked passengers opened the emergency doors and slid down the chutes to escape being kidnapped and killed.
A steward who tried to overpower the hijacker was shot and seriously wounded. But the incident caused sufficient commotion for a Swiss security team to board the plane and overtake the Lebanese Shi'ite.
One of the 21-year-old hijacker's demands had been the release of Muhammad Ali Hamadei, the Lebanese Shiite Muslim who was being held for his role in a TWA hijacking in June 1985. He was being held in a West German prison. But the scheme backfired because rather than freeing a jihadist, this terrorist, Hussein Muhammad Hariri, was imprisoned. The Lebanese Shiite Muslim member of Hizballah was sentenced to life in prison by a Swiss court. Throughout the trial, the jurors and the judge receive many death threats, and Swiss interests were targeted by Lebanese terrorists under the moniker the "Green Cells." Then, after having endured all of that, in July 1992, a Muslim employee at the top security prison at Bochuz in Canton Vaud in Switzerland helped Hussein Muhammad Hariri escape.
- July 28, 1987: In Turkey, Iranian exile Mansuri Mohammad Hasan was murdered in his home by Shia gunman. The jihadists, working on behalf of the Iranian OPECers, fled in a Mercedes Benz. Benhan Fadil, a leading diplomat at the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, was visiting Hasan at the time of the murder, and was seriously injured by the assassin.
- August 1, 1987: In Tunisia, bombs rocked four hotels, seriously injuring 11 tourists. Four of those injured were British citizens. The Habib al-Dawi Group, a subsidiary of Islamic Jihad, claimed credit for the blast. Members of the Islamic Tendency Movement, also associated with Islamic Jihad, were convicted of the crime.
- August 1, 1987: Iranian Shia pilgrims rioted in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, resulting in more than 400 deaths during the Hajj. As a result of the Saud and Sunni response to the Shia protests, angry mobs of Shia Muslims stormed the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Tehran. Shiite demonstrators also attacked the Kuwaiti Embassy, ransacking and burning the building. During the melee, a jihadist answered the telephone within the Kuwaiti Embassy, claiming that the facility had been turned into a headquarters for Hizballah. At least he had a sense of humor.
One Saudi diplomat jumped out of a window as the demonstrators took hostages. He died of his injuries two weeks later and discovered that there were no virgins waiting for him in paradise and that the temperature was warmer than he expected.
- August 2, 1987: After the arrest of an Arab Muslim hijacker in Switzerland, the Swiss were besieged with threats from the "Green Cells." It wasn't an environmental group, but instead a reference to the green background of Muhammad's war banners.
The first victim of the Islamic rage was the annex of the Palais Wilson, a structure which once housed the League of Nations. The Disarmament Pavilion of the Palais Wilson was currently the home of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. It was set on fire by the Green Cells.
The Green Cells organization was composed of Shia Muslim fundamentalists who were enraged over the thought of their terrorists being held accountable for kidnapping and murder. The gang was based in Lebanon but operated in Europe.
- August 2, 1987: A car bomb damaged the Saudi Arabian Air Lines office in Beirut.
- August 5, 1987: Two bombs were detonated in Peshawar, Pakistan, killing two people and injuring 36. Afghan intelligence agents were blamed because neither truth nor accountability were relevant in the Islamic state.
- August 6, 1987: A car bomb outside the British Episkopi Officers' Club in Cyprus was discovered and defused. The building burst into flames minutes before the car bomb was set to explode, creating speculation that the fire was a intended as a diversion.
- August 8, 1987: In Honduras, a pipe bomb exploded at a restaurant frequented by U.S. servicemen, injuring six U.S. soldiers and six Honduran civilians. Marxists were suspected.
- August 10, 1987: Killing one of their own, pro-theocracy Iranians murdered another pro-monarch Iranian, this time in Switzerland. The former Iranian military pilot was awaiting asylum in Europe when he was assassinated by two Shiite gunmen in Geneva.
- August 10, 1987: Two bombs exploded at a bus station in Mardan, Pakistan, resulting in seven dead. Another 45 people were injured, most of whom were Afghani refugees.
Pakistan was becoming like Jordan had been in 1970. Both nations created their own refugee problem by invading their neighbor. And both sought to solve that problem by killing those they had displaced. The result in both cases was civil war in a neighboring country.
- August 15, 1987: An explosion rocked a Saudi natural gas plant on the Persian Gulf. Iranian sabotage was suspected because the Saudi branch of Hizballah claimed responsibility.
- August 27, 1987: The Palestinian Revolutionary Forces-General Command claimed credit for having placed a time bomb in an Israeli bus in Tel Aviv. Several people were burned and wounded by the blast.
- September 1, 1987: A bomb was detonated on railroad tracks minutes before a U.S. military train was scheduled to pass through the area. In November 1989, two members of the PFLP-GC were convicted in connection with this bombing.
- September 7, 1987: Hizballah and their alter ego Islamic Jihad, detonated bomb in front of the Paris branch of the Saudi-European Bank. They were targeting Saudi Arabia to retaliate for the killing of 404 Shia Muslim pilgrims during Hajj related rioting in Mecca around Allah's House of Stones.
- September 9, 1987: A massive bomb exploded in front of the Kuwaiti-French bank in Paris, causing substantial damage but no casualties. There is very little distinction between the fiefdoms of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait and the Iranians recognized this.
- September 9, 1987: Iranian secularists were responsible for an attack on an Iranian airlines office in Frankfurt, Germany. One official was seriously injured in the attack.
- September 10, 1987: The Iranian Embassy in Oslo, Norway was stormed by eleven members of the Fedayeen Khalq, a Marxist Muslim group seeking the overthrow of the theocratic Iranian regime. The attack ended after the group was allowed to read statements to the media.
The term fedayeen was popularized by the 11th century al-Hassan bin Sabbah, the Sheikh of Alamut, better known as the Old Man of the Mountains. It word signified those who were willing to die in political and religious service to their Islamic warlord. While their technology was not as developed, the fedayeen gave rise to the suicide bomber.
The Fedayeen were also called Hashshashin, because of their habitual use of hashish. Their Islamic cleric and warlord used the drug and his well-stocked brothel, to induce young Muslims to terrorize, conquer, plunder, and assassinate others on his behalf. In fact, the English word "assassin" was derived by combining Hassan and Hashshashin. The drug was used to assuage their conscience and the brothel was designed to be an incentive - suggestive of the virgins in paradise that awaited fallen jihadists.
The Fedayeen were criminals and outlaws engaged in kidnap, ransom, arson, theft, the slave trade, political assassination, and mass murder in the name of Allah and Islam, making them the prototype for the Islamic terrorist organizations tormenting mankind today. You will find the story of Fedayeen in the Islamic Clubs listing.
The Khalq designation in the name of the Marxist-Muslim unit was invocative of the trench Muhammad's militants dug around Yathrib, today's Medina, to keep the Meccans from ridding themselves of the first Islamic terrorists.
This group of misfits was led by Mehdi Saame, a petrochemical engineer imprisoned for ten years under the Shah's reign. The Fedayeen Khalq was anti-Shah before it was anti-Ayatollah. In fact, it was only after the rise of the Ayatollah in 1979, that the Fedayeen Khalq and other Marxist Muslim groups realized that their role in promoting the Ayatollah over the Shah was ill advised. The religious clerics quickly turned on their allies and murdered many of them. While as a general rule, it's inadvisable to trust any religious person, Muslims and Marxists top the list of disingenuous.
Following the Islamic Revolution, the Fedayeen Khalq became a banned organization. Desirous of threatening their former religious ally, the FK began administering training camps in and around Tehran University. The young are the easiest to fool. During this period, like most other Iranian anti-Ayatollah movements, the Fedayeen Khalq's attacks focused on establishment targets in urban settings. But in the rising tide of Islamic fundamentalism, the leadership and general membership of the FK were forced to flee to Europe, where they were given political asylum.
From 1981 until 1988, the Fedayeen rewarded their adoptive countries by attacking high profile Iranian targets in European cities including Paris, Stockholm, London, Brussels, Vienna, Oslo, Frankfurt, and Geneva. To their credit, most of their armed assaults resulted in few casualties and only short-term abductions, Fedayeen members would leave anti-Ayatollah literature at the scene of the crime to attract media attention.
After the Iranian government executed many Fedayeen activists in Iran and captured a key Fedayeen Central Committee member in Baku the gang ceased to be effective. Their biggest problem was popularity: most Iranians are fundamentalist Muslims. As evidence, during this same time, the clerical regime induced several hundred thousand militants into Hizballah while the Fedayeen Khalq recruited fewer than a hundred jihadists.
This enormous disparity in popularity wasn't related to money. In a rather sophisticated scheme, the Fedayeen Khalq stole $15 million as it was being transferred between French and Iranian officials working on an arms deal.
Had the world not been so apathetic, the FK's public confessions to this crime would have embarrassed the French, exposing the fact that their government was directly involved in supplying Iran's military at a time in which Iran was killing and maiming hundreds of French citizens in and around Paris.
- September 10, 1987: A car bomb in Peshawar, Pakistan injured ten Afghani refugees.
The same day, another bomb was detonated near a open-air market in Peshawar. This time 25 Afghanis were wounded and two were killed.
- September 10, 1987: In Austria, two Turks hurled Molotov cocktails at the Turkish Airlines office in Vienna. Earlier in the evening, a man with a Middle Eastern accent telephoned the local press and warned of the attack on behalf of the Turkish Workers Party.
- September 10, 1987: The Fedayeen Khalq were responsible for an attack on an Iranian airlines office in Paris.
- September 11, 1987: In Turkey, bombs exploded outside the offices of Citibank, the Sheraton Hotel, and the Ramada Inn in Istanbul. The June 16 Organization claimed credit to protest the torture of Turkish prisoners.
- September 14, 1987: Pro-Iranian (Shiite) Kurds kidnapped Giacomo Cominetti, an Italian engineer, from his work site in northern Iraq. The Kurdistan National Union claimed that the Italian was being held in exchange for the withdrawal of the Italian navy from the Persian Gulf. Cominetti was held for six months.
- September 16, 1987: A bomb in Peshawar, Pakistan killed seven Afghani refugees and injured 38 more.
- September 19, 1987: A bomb at a bus station in Rawalpendi, Pakistan killed five Afghanis and injured 16.
- September 22, 1987: The Palestinian Revolutionary Forces-General Command claimed credit for savagely and fatally stabbing two Israelis in the Ramat section of Tel Aviv.
- September 25, 1987: In Sidon, Lebanon, a French Jesuit priest was murdered.
- October 1, 1987: Two Iranian opponents of the Ayatollah Khomeini's religious regime were murdered in their apartment in London. A group calling itself the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution and Soldiers of Khomeini claimed credit for the assassination of Mohammed Ali Tavakoli-Nabavi and his son Noureddin.
- October 1, 1987: A French nurse was kidnapped by Tigrean jihadists in Ethiopia. Demonstrating the relationship between Ethiopian Muslims and the the genocidal Islamic regime in the Sudan, the nurse was finally released in Khartoum.
- October 2, 1987: In Iraq Pro-Iranian, Shia Kurds kidnapped two more Italian engineers. Giuseppe Carrara and Roberto Diotallevi were seized from their work site outside Baiji, sixty miles north of Baghdad. The Kurdistan National Union claimed credit for the abductions.
- October 7, 1987: In Belgium, a senior diplomat at the Syrian Embassy was assassinated by a group claiming to be the Syrian Mujahideen. Antanios Hanna was shot as he was leaving his home.
The Syrian Mujahideen was probably the People's Mujahideen as they also claimed credit for the attack. Their press releases contained similar language, alleging that Hanna was a Syrian intelligence officer. All one can tell for sure is that Syrian People's Mujahideen was opposed the somewhat-secular Ba'ath dictatorship in Syria. And they would have good reason, as the Syrian Intelligence Services were renowned for brutally crushing regime opposition.
- October 10, 1987: Force-17, Yasser Arafat's private jihadist club, claimed credit for the murder of an Israeli civilian in Jerusalem. The attack occurred just outside the Damascus Gate.
- October 12, 1987: Another bomb rocked Afghani refugees in Pakistan. This one was detonated in the main bus terminal of Peshawar, and it wounded 13 people.
The attack was blamed on "Afghani secret agents," who were so secret they did not actually exist. Pakistan itself was becoming the most prolific state-sponsor of terrorism.
- October 13, 1987: A bomb exploded at an Iranian cultural center in Pakistan.
- October 19, 1987: The North Korean Embassy press agent was kidnapped in West Beirut.
- October 20, 1987: The Ethiopian People's Liberation Front claimed responsibility for an attack on a U.N. food convoy in northern Ethiopia. The Marxist Muslims burned 16 U.N. trucks and seven other vehicles owned by Catholic Relief Services. Collectively they were carrying almost 450 tons of food.
- October 20, 1987: In France, the Islamic Resistance Front claimed credit for a postal bomb sent to a French Pakistani. The IRF said that its attack was in "reprisal for anti-Islamic actions orchestrated by the French government in North African countries." The Shia group AMAL was the progenitor of the Islamic Resistance Front.
On the same day, the Islamic Resistance Front sent a bomb to the Tunisian consulate in Paris. Then for giggles, they mutilated a French homeless person by tossing a grenade at him while he slept on a Paris street. And yes, the Islamic Resistance Front claimed responsibility for that act as well.
- October 21, 1987: The Chadian Peoples' Revolutionary Movement used a bomb to attack one of the world's most generous and noble relief organizations: the U.S.-based World Vision International.
The Chadian People's Revolutionary Movement was backed by Libya, making them Marxist Muslims. They served as an armed faction opposed to Chad's N'djamena regime during the 1980s.
- October 21, 1987: A Moroccan employee of the North African News Agency lost a hand when a package he was opening exploded outside Paris. The Islamic Resistance Front claimed responsibility.
- October 22, 1987: A missile attack on Kuwait's largest offshore oil terminal destroyed the facility. Iran, which actually manufactures its own missiles (supplying most of them to Hizballah, the PLO, and HAMAS) was responsible.
- October 23, 1987: Three Lebanese-born Canadians were arrested when they tried to cross into the United States from Canada. A customs search of their car revealed that they were transporting a crude bomb.
On June 22, 1988, the three, who the U.S. government said were affiliated with the Syrian Socialist National Party (SSNP), were convicted on smuggling charges. Two of the defendants received 10-year jail terms and the third received an eight-year sentence.
- October 23, 1987: A bomb, hidden under a fruit stand in an Afghan refugee camp exploded, killing four. Seventeen more Afghanis were wounded.
- October 24, 1987: A Pan Am Airlines office was bombed in Kuwait. Two days prior, a pro-Iranian Shiite terrorist group had vowed to strike at U.S. and European interests worldwide. In December, a group calling itself the Organization for the Liberation of Muslims in Kuwait, declared responsibility for the attack. The gang with the deceptive name was part of another misnomer, AMAL - which means hope in Arabic.
- October 25, 1987: The Palestinian Revolutionary Forces-General Command bombed an Israeli building in Tel Aviv.
- October 29, 1987: Two French Embassy guards were killed in Lebanon and another was critically wounded. Islamic jihadists opened fire on them as they were shopping in East Beirut.
A spokesman for the Tanyus Shahin Armed Unit claimed responsibility, demanding that the French release George Ibrahim Abdallah from prison and stop interfering with Lebanese affairs.
- November 7, 1987: A bomb exploded at the Pearl Buck Foundation in Angeles City in the Philippines. They were an American non-profit group seeking to aid Asian children.
- November 8, 1987: Members of the Abu Nidal Group captured a yacht off the coast of the Gaza Strip and took eight people captive. The victims were Belgian and French, although they were said to hold dual Israeli citizenship.
Walid Khaled, acting as a spokesperson for Abu Nidal, announced that the seizure of the French-registered yacht. He said that it was an attempt to influence Arab Muslim leaders meeting in Amman. Abu Nidal was hostile to Jordan's King Hussein's attempt to represent Palestinians in negotiations with Israel - seeing that the Hussein regime had murdered far more Palestinians than Jews.
Abu Nidal subsequently announced that one of the hostages had had a baby while in captivity. Two months later, a 7-year-old and her 6-year-old sister were released.
French officials said that Colonel Qadhafi had arranged for the girls' release in order to improve Libya's image at a time when the Reagan Administration had proposed that the Libyans were developing a chemical weapons plant.
On April 10th, 1990 Abu Nidal released the final three French captives, again at the direction of Qadhafi. The reason was obvious. In March 1990 France decided to provide three Mirage fighter planes to Libya despite a 1986 European Community arms embargo against the country.
- November 11, 1987: The PRF-General Command claimed credit for a time bomb that was detonated in a Tel Aviv police station.
- November 11, 1987: A French engineer was seriously wounded in Lebanon when Shia gunmen opened fire on him.
- November 12, 1987: A bomb in a Rawalpindi, Pakistan apartment, injured nine people.
- November 12, 1987: An Indian cleric was murdered as he blessed followers during a prayer gathering in London. Three other men were shot, one of whom later died of his wounds. Fundamentalists in the Sikh community reportedly believed the Guru was a spy for the Indian government.
- November 14, 1987: A bomb went off in the Manila Garden Hotel, injuring 10 people.
- November 16, 1987: Members of the Ethiopian Peoples' Revolutionary Army captured two Italians and three Ethiopians as they were working to build a road. The two men were released nine months later. The whereabouts of the remaining three is unknown.
- November 17, 1987: The Liberation Battalion of the Submission religion used Lebanon as their battleground to murder two Syrians as they walked down a street in Beirut. The Liberation Battalion promised to continue attacking Syrians until their troops were withdrawn.
The Liberation Battalion was associated with the larger Lebanese Islamic resistance movement (Hizballah, Islamic Jihad, and AMAL), but on occasion carried out independent attacks. They were opposed to Syrian occupation of Lebanon, which lasted from 1976 to 2005.
The Liberation Battalion took responsibility for at least ten attacks, mostly through statements made to Radio Free Lebanon. A number of these missions precipitated a reprisal from the Syrian military, usually in the form of raids on towns believed to be sympathetic to Shia Islam. On multiple occasions, the Syrian raids led to the roundup of young Lebanese Muslims and the confiscation of their weapons. During one raid alone, 330 young people were detained.
- November 17, 1987: Muslims still faced competition in their quest for an exclusive franchise on terrorism. In Zimbabwe today, members of the Mozambique National Resistance group crossed the border and attacked a dormitory of school children, killing five and seriously injuring seven others. The terrorists used bayonets to murder and main the children, cutting the ears off those who survived. In this regard, they behaved like the Communists in Vietnam who routinely cut off the hands and arms of those who accepted outside aid.
- November 18, 1987: Firebombs were thrown at a Mormon church in La Florida. Leaflets found in the area said: "Yankees Go Home. Che is Alive." While Che Guevara was dead, Marxists turn their heroes into godlike figures. These particular leaflets were signed by the Lautaro Youth Movement.
- November 18, 1987: A bomb exploded inside a Pakistani bus near Peshawar. One person was killed and 18 others were injured.
- November 18, 1987: An Israeli Druze (an old race and culture-based religion) living in Athens was kidnapped and tortured by members of Fatah who believed him to be a Jew. The Israeli was detained at an office belonging to the PLO.
- November 25, 1987: An Arab Muslim used a motorized hang glider to infiltrate Israel near Kiryat Shemona. The attacker landed in an open field and opened fire on a van, killing a man and wounding a woman. He then used hand grenades and automatic rifle fire to kill another six Jews while leaving and eight more severely wounded at a nearby kibbutz. The infiltrator was killed.
Considering the extent of the carnage, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) rushed in to publicly claim responsibility for the attack.
- November 25, 1987: In Zimbabwe, Marxist rebels attacked a mission, killing sixteen church workers and their families. Two Americans and a British citizen were among those slaughtered. The victims were each shot and axed to pieces before their bodies were burned. One child escaped the massacre and another was forced to watch the ordeal so that he could deliver a note from the terrorists.
- November 26, 1987: The Palestinian Revolutionary Forces-General Command claimed responsibility for bombing a bus station. Several people were wounded.
- November 27, 1987: Fatah terrorists slit the throats of two Israeli Shin Bet officers in the basement of a store in Jerusalem. Force-17 claimed credit.
- November 28, 1987: A bomb exploded at a textile market in Peshawar, Pakistan, wounding 20 people.
- November 29, 1987: In Thailand, the North Korean government was said to be behind the bombing of a Korean Air passenger plane which exploded in mid-air with 115 passengers and crew on board. The flight originated in Baghdad and stopped in Abu Dhabi before disappearing from radar screens while approaching Bangkok for a scheduled refueling stop.
A North Korean man and woman had apparently used forged Japanese passports to disembark the plane in Abu Dhabi, Bahrain. The suspects swallowed cyanide pills immediately upon their arrest. The man was successful in his suicide attempt, but the woman survived and was extradited to South Korea where she was tried, convicted, and sentenced to death. She said she had acted on behalf of the North Korean government during her interrogation.
- November 30, 1987: The Palestinian Revolutionary Forces-General Command bombed the main power station in Jerusalem.
- December 1, 1987: Islamic jihadists crossed the Egyptian-Israeli border through a hole in a fence and fired on Israelis. One person was wounded.
- December 1, 1987: Explosives were discovered in an envelope mailed to the British ambassador in Lebanon. John Gray escaped the assassination attempt when a guard warned him not to open the package.
- December 9, 1987: The first Intifada/Uprising, or Islamic command to terrorize and murder Jews, was called by PLO officials supported by OPEC's gang of five: Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and Libya. Virtually all of the so-called "Palestinians" went on strike against their Israeli employers. Like the Nazis before them, they threw stones at Jewish businesses; they looted them, and then they torched them. As a result, the "Palestinians" living in Israel went from being the most free, best educated, and most prosperous Muslims in the world to being just like the rest of their submissive, oppressed, ignorant, and impoverished soul mates.
- December 13, 1987: In Israel, two Molotov cocktails were thrown at the U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem.
- December 14, 1987: In Israel, a spokesman for the Palestinian Revolutionary Forces-General Command claimed responsibility for tossing grenades into a bus in Jerusalem.
- December 14, 1987: This day marked the founding of the fundamentalist Islamic group known as HAMAS, an acronym for the Islamic Resistance Movement. It, like most Islamic hate clubs, was a derivative of the Muslim Brotherhood. And they, like all Islamic organizations called for the obliteration of Israel.
HAMAS would receive their funding from OPECers, especially Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iran, Iraq, and Libya. The Islamic warlords and clerics over these fiefdoms provided multi-million-dollar warchests to bribe Muslim families to turn their sons and daughters into weapons of mass destruction - suicide bombers. The families of a successful suicide bomber (one that killed multiple Christians and Jews) were awarded cash prizes of $50,000 to $1,000,000, in addition to new homes, food for life, and free college education for surviving siblings.
In the title chapter of Tea With Terrorists, we revealed specifically how OPECers Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Iraq were bribing the suicide bombers in Israel, detailing how much they were paying, what they were getting in return, and why their bribes were so successful.
- December 17, 1987: A Molotov cocktail was thrown into the British Consulate in Jerusalem. While I'm not religious, I'd prefer drinking cocktails to throwing them.
- December 20, 1987: In Greece, an Islamic group calling themselves "the Sons of Allah" claimed responsibility for an assassination attempt against Midhat al-Hiyali, an Iraqi diplomat in Athens. The diplomat was wounded but not killed in the AMAL-sponsored attack.
Incidentally, since they brought it up, according to the Qur'an, Allah doesn't have any sons or daughters. He is neither deity nor familial. In this regard, Allah is the antithesis of Yahweh.
- December 22, 1987: In Afghanistan, a British cameraman was abducted by American and Pakistani-sponsored jihadists. The journalist was killed when he tried to escape.
The mujahideen reported that they belonged to Hezb-e Islami, or the Party of Islam - Sunni fundamentalist a group fighting the Soviets as well as Marxist and Shia Afghanis.
- December 26, 1987: Three car bombs exploded in downtown shopping areas in Islamabad, Pakistan, killing one person and injuring 40 others.
The day marked the eighth anniversary of the American-instigated Soviet intervention in Afghanistan. Pakistan had been particularly active in supplying and equipping fundamentalist Muslims to fight to overthrow the Afghani government in Kabul.
- December 30, 1987: Two people were injured in Israel when a letter bomb exploded in Or Yehuda. Within a 24- hour period, ten similar postal bombs were discovered. All had been sent from Turkey.
Originally manufactured as musical Christmas cards, the components had been replaced with an explosive device. Each bomb bore the return address of: "D. Nisim, Istanbul, Turkey.".
The bombs arrived as all hell was breaking loose in Israel. Muslims, responding to the call for Intifada, were on the warpath.