2003 September - November
Islamic Terrorism Timeline
- September 2003: A total of 31 American soldiers lost their lives in Iraq. Another 227 were wounded. Mishaps accounted for 16 deaths while Muslims murdered 15 Americans.
With the mistaken war now six months old, mistakes had cost the coalition 228 lives or 59% of the 390 sacrificed in the invasion. Muslim civilians, the people the troops had gone to liberate, had murdered 157 soldiers - causing 40% of the fatalities. Saddam Hussein's regime, the original enemy, had claimed 5 lives, scarcely 1% of those lost.
The 16 who died from mishaps included: Cameron Sarno, 43 (changing a tire); Chris Sisson, 20 (rough helicopter landing); Bruce Brown 32 (car accident); Jarrett Thompson 27 (driving accident); Henry Ybarra, 32 (changing a tire which exploded) in Balad; Alyssa Peterson, 27 (non-combat weapons discharge); Foster Pinkston, 47 (illness); Brian Faunce, 28 (electrocuted by the low-hanging power line he was clearing); Paul Sturino, 21 (non-hostile gunshot wound); John Nightingale, 32 (non-hostile gunshot wound); Mike Andrade, 28 (a 5-ton supply truck ran into his Humvee); Bob Rooney, 43 (struck by a forklift); Darrin Potter, 24 (overturned vehicle fell into a canal); Joe Baddick, 26 (drown trying to rescue Potter); and Dustin McGaugh, 20 (non-hostile gunshot wound).
Yurly Koydan, 32, was the only non-American coalition casualty. The Ukrainian died as the result of overturning his reconnaissance vehicle.
The 7 murdered by Muslims detonating homemade bombs included: Joe Camara, 40 in Baghdad; Charles Caldwell, 38 in Baghdad; Joe Robsky, 31 (trying to disarm an IED) in Baghdad; Trevor Blumberg, 22, in Baghdad; Fred Miller, 27 in Ar Ramadi; and Kyle Thomas, 23 in Tikrit; Bob Lucero, 34 in Tikrit.
The two Americans murdered by Muslims who ambushed their supply convoy were: Ryan Carlock, 25 in Baghdad and Chris Cutchall, 30 in Baghdad;.
The four American soldiers killed by Muslims shooting rifles or RPGs as they were walking or driving by were: Kevin Kimmerly, 31 (RPG); James Wright, 27 (AK-47s and RPGs) in Tikrit ambush; Tony Thompson, 26 (AK-47s and RPGs) in Tikrit ambush; Rich Arriaga, 20 (AK-47s and RPGs) in Tikrit ambush;.
The two Americans murdered by Muslims during house-to-house weapon searches were: Kevin Morehead, 33 and Bill Bennett, 35, both in Ramadi; .
Lunsford Brown was killed when Muslims fired a mortar into the Abu Ghurayb prison in Baghdad.
Two Americans were killed in Afghanistan. They were Pfc. Kristan Parker, 23, who died of non-combat related causes in As Sayliyah, and Pfc. Evan O'Neil, 19, who lost his life in a firefight with Muslims in Shkin. Both fatalities occurred on the 29th.
- September 1, 2003: In Kashmir, the United Jihad Council ordered the assassination of a Hindu politician, Khadim Hussain. They shot him in his home.
- September 1, 2003: In Russia, authorities prevented Muslims from committing a horrendous act of terrorism against school children and their families in Groznyy.Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade Muslims working for the ruthless Shamil Basayev planned to attack the school on opening day - just as they would the Beslan school a year later. These subhuman terrorists had readied assault grenades, a weapon designed to kill troops in a fifty yard radius, on the children. However, one of the militants still had a conscience. They surrendered to authorities and revealed the nature of the plot. When the Russians found the assault weapon, they learned that it had been imported specifically for this attack.
- September 2, 2003: In Iraq, a car bomb exploded near the headquarters of the Rasafa Police Station in Baghdad. Then policemen were wounded.
- September 2, 2003: In Jalalabad, Afghanistan, a Muslim militant wounded a man on his way to the mosque. He had intended his grenade to kill the staff of the local judicial department.
- September 2, 2003: In Baghdad, Sayyed Ali al-Waadi al-Musawi, a prominent Shi'ite Muslim cleric was attacked by several Sunni gunmen as he walked to the Kadhimiya Shrine to pray. In a coordinated attack, two assailants fired at Musawi from the roof of a nearby hotel, three fired from a minibus and two from a sedan. Musawi's bodyguards returned fire, injuring one of the attackers.
- September 3, 2003: In Russia, two bombs exploded on a train in Stavropol. Five people were killed and at least 91 were injured. The blast coincided with a visit by President Putin to the southern city for a meeting.
According to investigators, Wahhabists were suspected. Then on February 3rd, 2004, authorities announced that the perpetrator had been a Chechen Muslim. Ibragim Israpilov was found guilty of participating in the attack. He delivered explosives to the person who detonated the bomb.
- September 3, 2003: In Afghanistan, two people were killed and 14 were injured in a bomb blast at a wedding ceremony in Chaparhar. The commander of Military Corps told Kabul Radio that he believed al-Qaeda was responsible, but no group has yet claimed credit.
- September 3, 2003: An American civilian affiliated with Halliburton was shot and killed in Baghdad while driving with a military escort. He was the second person associated with the firm to die in a terrorist attack in a month.
- September 3, 2003: The al-Zahur police station in Mosul, Iraq came under attack for the third time in a month. Three rocket-propelled grenades were fired.
- September 4, 2003: In a terrorist act only tangentially related to Islam, suspected LRA rebels ambushed a bus in central Uganda, killing 22 passengers. Local press accounts noted that clubs and other heavy objects were employed in the killings.
Based in Northern Uganda and the Sudan, the Lord's Resistance Army was financed and equipped by Sudan's Islamic government. And that is because the LRA seeks to destabilize and overthrow the government of Uganda - which is both expansionist and one of the most ruthless Islamic regimes on the planet. Formed in 1992, the group's founder, Joseph Kony, claims to be a mystic who receives orders from spirits during nightly dreams.
Those who like to discredit Christianity assert that the LRA promotes a radical form of Christianity although there is no correlation between Yahweh's Scriptures and Joseph Kony's preaching or behavior. The group seeks to achieve its objectives through unbridled brutality. Rape, torture, and murder have become the LRA's hallmarks in the almost fifteen years that they have terrorized the citizens of Northern Uganda.
The ranks of the LRA are filled in large part by children, who are kidnapped and then brainwashed into service. Human rights NGOs place the number of children currently fighting with LRA at around 3,000. The Lord's Resistance Army, taking another page out of the Islamic playbook, kidnap young girls to serve as sex slaves. Many of these children have even been given as gifts to Muslim arms dealers in the Sudan who not only support the LRA, but who are also part of the Sudanese Islamic government.
Demonstrating their Islamic tendencies, the Lord's Resistance Army murdered an Italian priest. They also killed World Food Program volunteers and the former President of Uganda. After terrorizing mourners at a funeral, they forced them to cook and then eat the body of the deceased. No discernible political program underlies these attacks aside from Kony's desire to cause extreme pain and suffering on all who do not submit. In fact it would not be inappropriate to say that Kony is a carbon copy of Idi Amen, one of the most ruthless and inhuman Muslims who ever lived.
In 2002, the murderous fundamentalist Islamic Sudanese government publicly reversed its longstanding policy of support for the LRA. Despite this declaration, the LRA continued to perpetrate its brutal attacks within Uganda using Sudanese weapons.
- September 4, 2003: Gabriel Uziel, 20, was shot and mortally wounded by a terrorist sniper in Jenin; he died en route to the hospital. Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades and the Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility.
- September 5, 2003: Ra'anan Komemi, 23, was killed in a clash with armed Palestinian terrorists in Nablus. A senior HAMAS bomb-maker, believed to have orchestrated several fatal terrorist bombings, was also killed in the clash.
- September 6, 2003: In Russia, a suicide bombing was averted when police disarmed the female Muslim bomber who was wearing a shahid belt.
- September 7, 2003: In Iraq, the headquarters of the Shi'ite Islamic al-Dawa party in Basra was attacked by gunman wielding assault rifles.
- September 8, 2003: In Afghanistan, Muslim militants suspected to be sympathetic to the Taliban shot and killed four Afghans working for a Danish aid organization. Those trying to improve the lives of Afghanis were killed after Muslims ambushed their vehicle and tied them up.
- September 8, 2003: In Iraq another pipeline was destroyed.
- September 9, 2003: Eight Israelis were killed and 32 others were wounded when a Palestinian terrorist detonated himself at a hitchhiking post. HAMAS claimed responsibility for the attack. The victims were: Haim Alfasi, 39; Yaakov Ben-Shabbat, 39; Mazi Grego, 19; Yael Kfir, 21; Felix Nikolaichuk, 20; Yonatan Peleg, 19; Efrat Schwartzman, 19; and Prosper Twito, 20.
- September 9, 2003: Seven people were killed and over 50 more were wounded when an Islamic terrorist detonated himself at the Cafe Hillel on the main thoroughfare of the German Colony neighborhood in Jerusalem. HAMAS did not claim responsibility until the next day, although a spokesperson called the attack "a response to Israeli aggression." It's amazing what Islam does to men's minds.
It was later learned that the suicide bombers had studied the Qur'an together and they attended the same mosque. The second bomber's victims included: Dr. David Appelbaum, 51, and his daughter Nava Appelbaum, 20, of Jerusalem; David Avizadris, 51; Shafik Kerem, 27; Alon Mizrahi, 22; Gila Moshe, 40; and Yehiel Tubol, 52.
- September 9, 2003: In Iran, Muslim militants on motorcycles fired shots at the British Embassy in Tehran. The attack occurred amid diplomatic tensions between the U.K. and Iran over the arrest of a former Iranian diplomat who was accused of being involved in a 1994 terrorist bombing of Israelis in Argentina.
- September 10, 2003: An International Monetary Fund report titled "Economic Performance and Reforms under Conflict Conditions," stated that Arafat had diverted $900 million of public P.A. funds into his own private accounts from 1995 to 2000. During this time this thief was the most frequent international guest to the Clinton White House. And a considerable portion of the money he stole came from American taxpayers. The U.S., however, did not stop or even diminish its aid to the Palestinian Authority. .
- September 10, 2003: In Ethiopia, health care workers from the United Kingdom were ambushed while providing polio vaccinations. One was killed in the attack. The incident took place in the southeast which is predominately Somali and Islamic. Muslims assert that the vaccine is actually an Infidel plot designed to make Muslims sterile. The Save the Children medical vehicle was burned and the seven survivors were kidnapped.
- September 11, 2003: On the anniversary of September 11th, a Jewish Moroccan national, Albert Ribibo, was murdered by Salafia Jihadia, a fundamentalist Islamic group with haunting links to the more infamous attack on this day.
Established in the mid to late 1990s, Salafia Jihadia, meaning the Fight of the Ancestors, is, as their name implies a salafi, or fundamentalist, Islamic terrorist organization. While the teaching is the opposite, a salafi is to Islam what a disciple is to Christianity. The salaf are the ones, the only ones, who carried Muhammad's, and thus Allah's, message from the time it was first recited orally to the moment the Qur'an, Sira, Ta'rikh, and Hadith were first written down - one hundred to three hundred years later.
Salafia Jihadia's goals are to overthrow "impious un-Islamic" Arab governments, pressure the West to stop supporting "corrupt" Arab regimes, and achieve these objectives through violent jihad. Salafia Jihadia recruits mainly from Morocco's suburbs, rife with poverty and inadequate education, as is the case wherever Islam flourishes.
Salafia Jihadia is one of the largest terrorist groups in Morocco. It is a close ally and offshoot of the Moroccan Islamic Combatant Group, which was one of the original fundamentalist Islamic terrorist groups in Morocco. Salfia Jihadia is fairly decentralized, and more of a doctrine than an organization. Many see it as a network of loosely-affiliated Salafist Islamic groups which include al Hijra Wattakfir, Attakfir Bidum Hijra, Assirat al Mustaqim, Ansar al Islam, and the Moroccan Afghans.
In a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, the former Director of the CIA, George Tenet, said that Salafia Jihadia was made up of many small, local, and autonomous cells. It is assumed that they receive operational help from the Salafist Group for Call and Combat (GSPC) and strategic guidance from the Qur'an and Sunnah. In fact, Salafia Jihadia is the basis of the larger Wahhabi jihadist doctrine exported to the rest of the Arab world by the fiefdom of Saudi Arabia.
Members of Salafia Jihadia have been charged with arson, thievery, kidnapping, drug dealing, and murder, though the group best known for planning and executing a massive suicide bombing in Casablanca on May 16, 2003 that resulted in 45 casualties. That attack targeted a private Spanish club, the Israeli Alliance Club, a Jewish cemetery, the Belgian consulate, and a hotel popular with businesspeople. All 14 suicide bombers, including the two who backed out at the last minute, were from the same downtrodden suburb of Casablanca, Sidi Moumen.
The ruthlessness of this attack in the name of salafi Islam led to a surge in membership as well as an influx of religious scholars into Salafia Jihadia. Many of them came from the Assirat al Mostaquim (Straight Path) Islamic religious association which was not quite as violent.
Salafia Jihadia's spiritual leader, Muhammad Fizazi, is now serving a sentence of 30 years in prison. Fizazi championed the Wahhabi school of Islam. His advocacy of salafi Islam was even endorsed by Moroccan King Hassan who recognized its growing popularity throughout the world of Sunni Islam. It was a deal made with the devil. You see, King Hassan was afraid of the political and religious threats Shi'ite fundamentalists were making on his crown so invited their chief rival into his kingdom under the auspicious of "the enemy of my enemy is my friend." He sent Muhammad Fizazi to Saudi Arabia for religious training and to learn indoctrination techniques.
Fizazi would come to call Osama bin Laden a "Companion of the Prophet" - akin to being called a "disciple of Jesus." As such, Muhammad Fizazi said, "All Christians and Jews should have their throat's slit." He told Salafia Jihadia's recruits: "to assassinate those who are not good, salafi Muslims." He said to them: "You must love death as much as non-Muslims love life. You must fight the Americans.".
Muhammad Atta, the ringleader of the 9/11 suicide bombings that claimed the lives of 3,000 Americans listened to Muhammad Fizazi. The Islamic Imam was a frequent preacher in the al-Qod mosque in Hamburg, Germany where the Twin Towers plot was conceived and staffed.
The investigations following the devastating March 2004 Madrid train bombings that killed 191 and wounded over 2,000 more Spaniards, uncovered evidence indicating that Muhammad Fizazi and his Salafia Jihadia played a major role in the attack. In fact, Spanish authorities working with their Moroccan counterparts questioned many Moroccans, including several members of Salafia Jihadia, regarding their involvement. One of the investigation's prime suspects was Jamal Zougam, a Moroccan who was spotted on one of the trains shortly before the bombs were detonated. Zougam was alleged to have planned the Madrid attacks and planted at least one of the bombs himself.
Jamal Zougam was a disciple of Muhammad Fizazi, and as such had close ties with Salafia Jihadia and the Salafist Group for Call and Combat. He reportedly shared a safe house with Salafia Jihadia terrorist Abdelaziz Beyaich, who took part in the Casablanca attack. A wiretap obtained by a French private investigator also revealed that Zougam participated in a meeting with Salafia Jihadia leader Muhammad Fizazi in 2001 and that the Islamic imam offered financial support for the terrorist attack.
Muhammad Fizazi was finally incarcerated after the massive Casablanca suicide bombings in which 12 Muslim bombers murdered 45 civilians. In prison, he shows no remorse for having inspired the 9/11 suicide attack on America, the Madrid train bombings, of the mass murder of his own people in Casablanca. Such is Islam.
- September 13, 2003: In Israel, police discovered three suicide belts inside of a machine in a butcher shop in Palestinian East Jerusalem. The belts contained 45 pounds of explosives, nails, and metal balls.
- September 15, 2003:An A truck filled with explosives blew up outside of a government security building in Ingushetia's capital of Magas. Four people were killed and 40 were injured. Muslims were suspected because it was a suicide attack.
A week after the bombing, Amir Aasadullakh, commander of the Ingush unit of the Chechen suicide brigade said that an Islamic couple were driving the vehicle and that the attack was planned jointly with the Stavropol unit of the suicide brigade Riyadus Salikhin.
- September 13, 2003: Muslims attacked a UN Assistance Mission vehicle in Southern Afghanistan. The militants deployed machine guns in their ambush.
- September 16, 2003: Muslims in Afghanistan fired four missiles into the Jalalabad City Airport.
- September 17, 2003: Muslim militants in Iraq ambushed Tahseen Begh, the leader of a Kurdish sect, injuring him outside of Mosul.
- September 18, 2003: In Afghanistan, Muslims fired four rockets at construction workers on the Kabul-Kandahar highway.
The same day 20 Afghanis were injured when Islamic gunmen ambushed a convoy of UN aid workers and journalists in the eastern province of Paktia. All five vehicles were destroyed and the UN suspended all projects in the area.
Also on the 18th, four people were murdered when a car bomb exploded in front of the home of a high-ranking police officer in Ghazni. Three of his bodyguards and a passerby were among those killed.
- September 19, 2003: Muslims deployed a bomb in Soghd, Tajkistan to terrorize the prosecutor trying a jihadist.
- September 20, 2003: Gunmen shot and seriously wounded Akila Hashimi, one of three female members of the Iraqi Governing Council, near her home in Baghdad. She died September five days later.
- September 21, 2003: In Kashmir three were killed, including an intelligence officer, by a bomb deployed in a shoe shop.
- September 21, 2003: Ten Iraqi civilians were wounded in a grenade attack on store selling pornographic videos near Mosul.
The same day three Iraqi policemen were wounded when militants tossed hand grenades at them in their Basra station.
- September 21, 2003: Militant Muslims packed enough explosive into a video cassette player to kill two people and injure ten more in Jammu.
- September 22, 2003: A second suicide car bomb attack on the UN Headquarters in Baghdad killed a security guard and wounded 19 others. The bomb maker for Tawhid and Jihad confessed to providing the IED.
- September 23, 2003: Muslim militants in Iraq killed three and wounded 20 in a Mosul bombing. Once again the target was a cinema alleged to be showing pornographic films. The owner acknowledged having received warnings from the local mosque but he had ignored them.
- September 24, 2003: Muslim militants fired automatic weapons into the home of Nadir Muhammad, a member of the Kurdistan parliament and Kurdistan Democratic Party. Muslims will always be anti-choice because Allah is pro-submission.
- September 24, 2003: Islam is the most corrosive dogma on earth. As evidence, those corrupted by Muhammad's religious recital planted a powerful bomb inside a Middle School in Shali, Chechnya. The religion is as anti-choice as it is anti-education. Islam has no redeeming qualities.
- September 24, 2003: Two Afghanis working for the Voluntary Association for the Rehabilitation of Afghanistan were murdered today in Gereshk.
The same day two more people were wounded by a bomb detonated in a bus in Paktia.
The following day another Afghan aid worker was killed. He was associated with the UN and was assassinated in Helmand.
- September 25, 2003: The International Atomic Energy Agency found traces of enriched uranium near Tehran. Iran would soon have an atomic bomb and there never was any doubt as to where they would use it.
- September 25, 2003: In Iraq, Islamic gunmen shot and wounded a member of Iraq's Governing Council by ambushing her convoy. Their plan was clearly to assassinate an official of the US-backed council. Akila al-Hashimi was shot three times and died of her injuries five days later. Four others, two of her brothers and two bodyguards were wounded in the attack. Police stated that at least five men in a truck sprayed Hashimi's convoy with Kalashnikov fire.
- September 26, 2003: In Israel, Eyal Yeberbaum, 27, and seven-month-old Shaked Avraham, were killed while eating a holiday meal on the eve of Rosh Hashana in their home. The murderer was a Palestinian terrorist. His weapon was an American M-16 assault rifle. The group responsible was Islamic Jihad.
- September 26, 2003: In Afghanistan the Taliban used an ambush to kill a political administrator and eight associates, shooting them and then setting their car on fire.
- September 26, 2003: In Iraq, a bomb was detonated outside the Aike Hotel in Baghdad which was being used by NBC. A Somali guard and a Canadian soundman were injured.
- September 27, 2003: Muslims demonstrated the peaceful nature of their religion today when a bomb they place on a train in Karachi, Pakistan wounded 12 civilians. The blasé follows a series of arrests of Malaysian and Indonesian students from five Islamic religious schools in Karachi the previous week. Also arrested was a militant belonging to Lashkar-e-Jhangvi.
- September 28, 2003: Iraqi official, Jalal al-Din al-Sagheer, who was working on the drafting a new constitution, was ambushed and shot at as he traveled home with his bodyguard. The bodyguard was killed in the attack, but Sagheer was spared. Sagheer was a prominent Shi'ite who is also a member of the preparatory committee studying how to form a constitution assembly in the country.
- September 28, 2003: Another day another bombing in Afghanistan. This one occurd in an office building in Zerak.
- September 28, 2003: Muslims, acquainted with their own history, tried once again to murder their way into power in Chechnya. Prime Minister Popov was given a hypotropic poison dissolved in water but he survived.
- September 30, 2003: During this time there was a rash of terrorist events in Greece, Nepal, and in Corsica. The perpetrators were generally secular socialist humanists, and not Muslims. The lesson here is that when it comes to immorality breading violence there is very little difference between not trusting any god and relying on a false one. The only religious violence apart from Islam was being perpetrated by the IRA, although very few of their attacks were lethal and fewer still were directed at civilians.
- October 2003: A total of 44 Americans lost their lives in Bush's "war on terrorism" in Iraq this month. The death toll for soldiers alone now stood at 434. Twelve lives were lost to accidents and thirty-two to Muslims - most of them by way of roadside bombs. It was becoming clear that Muslims were becoming more lethal by the day, killing significantly more Americans than mistakes for the first time. As a consequence of IEDs, the number of American soldiers wounded in Iraq nearly doubled in October to 413, bringing the total casualties to 1,312.
Fatalities which can help Americans understand why they shouldn't be in Iraq include: Jose Gomez, 34, who was shot at close range by a man dressed as a Shiite Muslim cleric. The imam knocked on the door of Jose's Baghdad residence early in the morning and shot him when he opened it.
Joe Bellavia, 28, of Wakefield, Mass, Sean Grilley, 24, of San Bernadino, California, and Kim Orlando, 43, of Nashville, Tennessee, were killed when they were attempting to negotiate with a group of armed civilians congregating outside of a mosque in Karbala after curfew. The Iraqi Muslims opened fire and murdered all three Americans. This is the consequence of misidentifying the enemy. A bad man lied and these good men died. .
Simeon Hunte, 23, who was murdered in cold blood in Khadra when an Iraqi citizen approached him and then shot him at pointblank range.
Analaura Gutierrez, 21, was murdered when the supply convoy she was in was stopped by a roadside bomb and then hit by repeated RPG fire in Tikrit. James Blankenbecker, 40, was murdered when the supply convoy she was in was stopped by a roadside bomb and then hit by repeated RPG fire in Samarra. Richard Torres, 25, was murdered by Muslims when the supply convoy he was in was blown up by a roadside bomb in Baghdad. Kerry Scott, 21, was murdered by Muslims when his convoy was blown up by a roadside bomb in Iskandariyah. Steve Wyatt, 19, was murdered by Muslims when they decided Allah wanted them to blow up and then shoot into an American supply convoy as it passed through Balad. Don Wheeler, 22, was murdered by Muslims when his supply convoy was hit by an RPG while searching for roadside bombs in Tikrit. Joe Norquist, 26, was murdered by Muslims when the supply convoy he was in was attacked with small-arms fire and rocket-propelled grenades in Baquba.
Spencer Karol, 20, when Allah commanded Muslims to detonate an explosive device under his Humvee in Ramadi. Mike Williams, 46, died the same way but in Baghdad two weeks later. Chris Swisher, 26, and Sean Silva were murdered by Islam when their unit was ambushed by civilians using small-arms fire and rocket-propelled grenades in the Sadr City neighborhood of Baghdad. James Pirtle, 18, was murdered by an Iraqi civilian who shot an RPG into his Bradley Fighting Vehicle in Assadah.
Paul Johnson, 29, was murdered by Muslims when his vehicle was blown up by a roadside bomb and then attacked with small-arms fire and rocket-propelled grenades in the religious cesspool of Fallujah.
John Hart, 20, of Bedford Mass and David Bernstein, 24, of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania were murdered by those who believe Allah is God. Their patrol was ambushed by Iraqi civilians using machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades in Taza, Iraq. During the attack, their Humvee overturned and crashed into a sand berm when the driver, Joshua Sams lost control after it sustained a direct hit from a rocket-propelled grenade. The exploding grenade killed John Hart. Although mortally wounded by a gunshot to his leg, Bernstein tried to move the vehicle off of Sams's arm which was trapped under the wreckage. After doing so he bled to death. Bernstein graduated fifth in his class from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2001.
- October 2, 2003: Muslim militants in Malaysia kidnapped six people from a resort in Sabah on Borneo Island. Five of the victims were executed by the Abu Sayyaf Group but one managed to escape.
- October 2, 2003: Chechen Muslims assassinated the mayor of a small town, also killing his son in the blast.
- October 3, 2003: A powerful bomb exploded in a Rojhan Jamali, Pakistan school before the students arrived.
- October 3, 2003: A Pakistani railway pilot was killed and two associates were wounded when Muslims fired rockets at the engine.
- October 3, 2003: In Kashmir, the United Jihad Council ordered its militants to open fire on Hindu pilgrims outside a temple.
- October 3, 2003: In Pakistan, six people, including four scientists, were gunned down and eight others were injured in an ambush while they were going to a Shia mosque for Friday prayers. The bus carrying employees of Suparco was ambushed by motorcyclists and then sprayed with a volley of bullets from automatic weapons.
Members of Pakistan's Interior Ministry alleged that a newly formed jihad movement, calling itself "313," was responsible for these killings. The Islamic 313 is an alliance of three banned Pakistani terrorist organizations, including Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Harakat-ul-Mujahideen al-Alami, and the Harakat Jihad-ul-Islami. The newly formed Sunni organization built its reputation by targeting Shia.
- October 4, 2003: A Muslim jurist in Afghanistan was shot on his way back home from his mosque.
- October 4, 2003: A Palestinian woman used her last moment of life to kill 22 Jews - including five children. This suicide bomber walked into a restaurant in Haifa before killing herself and wounding at least 55 diners. Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the deceiving this woman into believing that she was serving god. The murderous woman was a lawyer, so the problem wasn't education, but instead morality.
Five months later, two other women were convicted for orchestrating the mass murder.
The next day, Israel bombed a terrorist training camp in Syria. World leaders assailed Israel, not the Palestinians, Syrians, or Muslims in general.
- October 4, 2003: Chechen Muslims were caught planting a large bomb outside a Sernovodsk school.
- October 4, 2003: We don't hear much from Somalia, because, like the Sudan, Islam makes it too dangerous for journalists to live there. But somehow it was learned that Annalena Tonelli, a sixty year old Italian aid worker, was shot and killed next to her clinic. Ms Tonelli was working on a project that treated tuberculosis. There were conflicting reports on the identity of the gunmen, however, the operation does seem to indicate planning and some degree of training. But since 99.999% of Somalis are Muslims, and since Muslims have a virtual monopoly on murdering aid workers, I'd bet my life that Islam killed Annalena.
- October 4, 2003: In Afghanistan, two vehicles carrying aid workers was attacked by militant Muslims wielding assault rifles. The care-givers' cars were destroyed and they were wounded but they managed to survive.
- October 4, 2003: A staff member of the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), the liberated countries most popular political/religious party, was killed in a mortar attack on their offices in Kirkuk. The SCIRI's leader, Ayatollah Muhammad Baqer al-Hakim, as you may recall, was killed in a suicide bombing of a Najaf mosque in late August along with 82 other Shia.
- October 8, 2003: Islam thrives in chaos. That is why Iraqi Muslims murdered two policemen - killing them with an RPG as they stood at a Kirkuk checkpoint.
- October 9, 2003: Iraqi militants shot and assassinated a Spanish military attaché in Baghdad. When Jose Gomez opened the front door of his home, gunmen standing outside murdered him a pointblank range. Spain would later withdraw from Iraq following a massive terrorist attack on their home soil.
The same day a suicide car bomber crashed through a checkpoint outside Iraqi police station in Baghdad's Shi'ite enclave of Sadr City. The blast killed 8 and wounded 40. The attack was timed to coincide with the day Iraqis showed up to collect their paychecks from Uncle Sam.
And to make certain that Americans, rather than Iraqis, would foot the bill, Muslims destroyed another oil pipeline, this one with grenades near Kirkuk.
- October 9, 2003: Two Israelis and a Palestinian were wounded by a suicide bomber who blew himself up in the middle of a public reception area where Palestinians apply for permits to cross checkpoints on humanitarian grounds. Idiotically, Fatah's sl-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades claimed credit, identifying the moronic and murderous Muslim as Ahmed Safadi, an 18-year-old student.
- October 9, 2003: As Muslims rose in numbers in Georgia so did the incidents of terror. The Southern Russian nation woke up today to find a passenger bus ambushed, with masked gunmen killing two and wounding many others.
- October 11, 2003: Anti-democracy forces firebombed the Republican People's Party in Turkey today, leaving slogans at the scene of their attack to explain why they favor submission.
- October 11, 2003: In Iraq today, two civilians were killed and foru were wounded in attacks on the North Oil Company in Kirkuk. And for good measure, the pipeline was bombed again as was a truck the firm's employees were boarding.
- October 12, 2003: Rockets were used to terrorize civilians at Afghanistan's Khost Airport.
- October 12, 2003: Suspected Taliban militants executed seven Afghani policemen after assaulting a government building in southeastern Afghanistan. A large contingent of 150 Taliban guerillas reportedly came from one of the many villages stilled controlled by Taliban supporters. As the Taliban attackers retreated, they took five policemen hostage. They were later found in the mountains, each with a single bullet to the head. The attack was clearly related to the October 11th escape from prison of a number of Taliban leaders jailed in Kandahar.
- October 12, 2003: Two suicide car bombs exploded outside the Baghdad Hotel, which housed U.S. officials. Eight were killed and 42 were wounded. Among the wounded were three Americans. U.S. security personnel kept the car bombers from actually reaching the hotel or the carnage would have been much greater.
Suicide bombings in Iraq were becoming almost as common as Muslims. I suppose there was a connection. Tawhid and Jihad earned bonus points with Allah for having perpetrated the senseless murders.
- October 12, 2003: Israelis foiled three suicide bombings today, seizing the bombers and their bombs.
- October 12, 2003: An Iraqi suicide bomber foiled his own mission when he accidentally blew himself up before he reached his intended target - a Kirkuk police station. In addition to himself, he wounded to bystanders.
- October 13, 2003: In Muqdadiyah, Iraq, Abdullah al-Juburi, the governor of the Diyala province, was the victim of a roadside bomb. Two policemen who traveled with the governor and a passer-by were injured in the blast.
- October 13, 2003: Just when we thought we had heard the last of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, the PFLP raised its ugly head and claimed responsibility on their website for an attack on the Jewish settlement of Sederot. They reported that the Martyr Muhammad Sa'adat Group from the rocket unit affiliated with the Martyr Abu-Ali Mustafa Brigades fired two Sumud missiles on Sederot to emphasize to Israeli Prime Minister Sharon and Defense Minister Mofaz that Palestinians are determined to remove the occupation.
- October 13, 2003: The Islamic trained and funded terrorist group of the crazed Ugandan mystic Joseph Kony, killed 22 people today in Apalayec. As you may recall, the LRA trades young sex slaves to Muslims in charge of the Sudanese government for weapons. .
- October 14, 2003: There were four terrorist attacks in Istanbul, Turkey today. Muslims were protesting the decision by their parliament to send Turkish troops into Iraq. The Islamic terrorists must have assumed that the Turks were going to aid the Americans when in actuality, they were going there to suppress the Kurds and to protect oil pipelines from Iraq into Turkey.
Just a few months earlier the fundamentalist Islamic government of Turkey had turned down a $25 billion bribe from the U.S. government which if accepted would have allowed American soldiers to enter Iraq from the north among supportive Kurds - saving many lives.
- October 14, 2003: Sometimes people can be their own worst enemy. In Jerusalem today, police discovered a bomb lab run by an Israeli Jew and are investigating whether he sold explosives to Palestinian militants. Police found explosives, ready-to-use bombs, Israeli and Russian uniforms, police uniforms and bomb detonators in his Jerusalem apartment. The Israeli was arrested after he sold a three-kilogram bomb to an undercover police officer.
- October 14, 2003: In Baghdad, Iraq, a suicide bomber detonated a car packed with explosives near the Turkish Embassy wounding two staff members. The two injured included one Turkish citizen and one Iraqi.
- October 15, 2003: A massive remote-controlled bomb exploded under a car in a U.S. diplomatic convoy that was passing through the northern Gaza Strip. Three security guards, all employees of DynCorp, were killed. A fourth was wounded. These diplomats were on their way to interview Palestinian candidates for Fulbright scholarships to study in the United States. It's enough to make you want to cry. HAMAS claimed responsibility for building, hiding, and detonating the IED.
The names of the men who had been asked to do the wrong thing were: John Branchizio, 37, of Texas, John Linde, Jr., 30, of Missouri, and Mark Parson, 31, of New York.
- October 16, 2003: An Iraqi suicide bomber was gunned down by security agents before he could blow up the Interrior Ministry building in Irbil. The Muslim was in a car carrying more than 250 pounds of TNT when he attempted to drive through the checkpoints.
- October 16, 2003: In Kashmir, India politician Ghulam Rubani, was assaulted with Muslims injuring his wife, two daughters, and son.
- October 17, 2003: In Turkey, two explosive devices detonated within five minutes of each other in Tandogan Square in Ankara. The first was placed in front of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The second explosion occurred in front of an Independent Industrialists and Businessmen's Association building. Explosive attacks had multiplied exponentially in the week following the Turkish parliament's vote to send troops into the Kurdish areas of Iraq.
The same day, a concussion grenade detonated in front of the entrance to the Turkish American Association.
- October 18, 2003: In Srinagar, Kashmir, jihadists attacked the home of Chief Minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed, who headed the elected state government. Those who opposed choice used grenades. Two soldiers were killed in the attack in the exchange of firing that followed, and four were injured, including two press photographers. Three different militant groups claimed responsibility for the assault: Al-Nasirin, Farzandan-e-Milat, and Al-Mansurian. They were all members of the United Jihad Council.
- October 19, 2003: Erez Idan, 19, Elad Pollack, 19, and Roi Solomon, 21, were killed while on patrol north of Ramallah when Palestinians fired on them from behind. The Fatah al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claimed responsibility for the cowardly deed.
- October 20, 2003: Hizballah's Islamic Jihad claimed credit for firing 22 mortar shells and two rockets into Jewish settlements in the Negev.
- October 21, 2003: Feeling left out, HAMAS claimed credit for launching five mortars into the Neve Dekalim settlement and for sending 2 Qassem rockets.
- October 21, 2003: Militant Muslims detonated a massive bomb on a train outside Ingushetia. Several people were wounded but the carnage would have been much greater if the other bombs planted on the train had exploded.
- October 22, 2003: Muslims affiliated with the Taliban detonated a bomb inside of Jalalabad's power station. A second bomb exploded inside of Jalalabad's telephone offices. A third bomb erupted downtown Jalalabad, shattering nerves.
- October 22, 2003: Militant Muslims in Afghanistan fired two rockets into a government building and a clinic in Nangarhar.
- October 23, 2003: In Afghanistan, Muslims sent two rockets into voter registration booths in Ghazni.
- October 24, 2003: In Israel and IED exploded underneath the car of the wife of the Democratic Front for Peace and Equality leader and Israeli Knesset member Issam Mahoul, while it was in the driveway of their home in Haifa.
- October 24, 2003: Alon Avrahami, 21, Adi Osman, 19, and Sarit Schneor, 19, were killed and two others were wounded when a Palestinian Muslim infiltrated the settlement of Netzarim and opened fire. HAMAS and the Islamic Jihad claimed joint responsibility for the attack.
- October 25, 2003: In Afghanistan, fundamentalist Muslims attacked a girls' school in Khost using explosives. The Taliban was blamed because they had already blown up thirty schools in Afghanistan since the downfall of their regime.
- October 26, 2003: In Kashmir, the United Jihad Council sent mujahideen dressed in their finest killing attire (robes and black ski masks) into the home of a government official to assassinated him. So the jihadists murdered the speaker of the Kashmir Assembly.
- October 26, 2003: Two gunmen wrongly "believed" to be Ba'ath Party loyalists assassinated Faris Abdul Razaq al-Assam, one of three deputy mayors of Baghdad. U.S. officials did not announce al-Assam's death until October 28.
- October 26, 2003: A rocket fired by Muslims killed one U.S. Army officer and wounded 17, including 11 Americans, at the al-Rashid Hotel in Baghdad. Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz, now the head of the World Bank, who was at the hotel at the time, was not injured, unfortunately. After visiting those who were wounded as a result of his failed policies, he said, "They're not going to scare us away; we're not giving up on this job." After saying this, Wolfowitz hopped on his chartered jet and flew out of the country. George W. Bush subsequently promoted Wolfowitz to the head of the World Bank.
Wolfowitz quote in Baghdad was identical to what politicians like him said after the first one-thousand American casualties in Vietnam. They were still saying it a month before they "gave up on that job," but not before their failed policies had caused 55,000 American boys to lose their lived in a failed cause. Because of men like Wolfowitz, the U.S. Army officer who died this day became one of 3,000 to succumb to the terrorist dogma of Islam in Iraq and Afghanistan. The 17 wounded Americans were the first of 20,000 who would be punctured, burned, and mutilated by the devilish doctrine U.S. politicians were empowering.
Yes, I wish that Paul Wolfowitz had been wounded instead of one of his victims - the young Americans he had sent into harm's way. If justice were to prevail, the lives of Wolfowitz, Rumsfeld, Chaney, and Bush would be exchanged for those Americans they caused to be killed to satiate their political egos. .
- October 27, 2003: A series of six suicide car bombings in Baghdad killed at least 35 people and wounded 230 more. One of those murdered by Islam was an American soldier. Six U.S. troops were injured in the blasts. It was the first day of Ramadan.
Four attacks were directed at Iraqi police stations. The fifth and most destructive was directed at the International Committee of the Red Cross headquarters, where 12 people were killed.
A sixth attack was foiled when a car bomb failed to explode and the bomber was wounded and captured by police. U.S. and Iraqi officials suspected that foreign terrorists were involved because the unsuccessful bomber said he was a Syrian and carried a Syrian passport. He was also a Muslim and that was all that really mattered. Defiant, the failed bomber shouted "Death to the Collaborators" along with a salvo of "Allahu Akbars.".
Islam has a virtual monopoly on terrorism and suicide bombing is its signature ploy. Were there is an explosive person, bag, car, or truck bomb in the midst of civilians you can be assured that Islam was in the midst of the bomber.
A dogma, religious or political, that manufactures 95% of the world's terrorists cannot be tolerated. Rather than empowering Islam in Iraq, America and the West should have been condemning the terrorist manifesto. If good, jihadist Muslims represent 20% of those who claim Islam as their religion, Muhammad and Allah have made them 2500% more vicious and lethal than the rest of us.
The facts are: nearly all terrorists are Muslims and all good Muslims are terrorists.
- October 28, 2003: Kashmiri Muslims injured 40 people and killed one in Srinagar with a series of grenades thrown into a communications office.
- October 29, 2003: An Iraqi Muslim suicide bomber corrupted by Islam blew himself up outside of a Fallujah police station, killing five.
- October 29, 2003: In Pakistan, two Jacobabad policemen who were deemed insufficiently Islamic were murdered. Five others were wounded by the same bomb.
- October 29, 2003: In Russia, a bomb was detonated as a UN International Rescue Committee convoy passed through Magas, Ingushetia.
- October 30, 2003: In Afghanistan, Taliban fighters kidnapped a Turkish engineer working on the construction of the Kabul-Kandahar road. His driver was released the next morning, but the engineer was not. Following the kidnapping, the Taliban in a letter demanded the release of six of their members held by the U.S. Shortly thereafter, they rescinded their 48-hour deadline following talks with the Turkish Embassy in Afghanistan.
Then in a press conference they demanded the release of 250 Taliban prisoners held by the Karzai government in exchange for the Turkish engineer's life. At this time they also claimed they had kidnapped the engineer because he was from a country that allied itself with the U.S.
While the Taliban released the engineer on November 30, we will never know what exchange deal made.
- October 31, 2003: Four rockets, fired by unknown perpetrators landed near the Jalalabad airfield. The attacks did not cause any casualties or property damage.
- October, 2003: This was a deadly time for Americans and Canadians in Afghanistan. Seven soldiers lost their lives protecting the crude jihadist prime minister and his Islamic government. There names were: Bob Short, 42, (IED on the outskirts of Kabul); Chris Beerenfenger, 29, (IED on the outskirts of Kabul); Paul Kimbrough, 44, (non-combat related injury); Darrell Jones, 22, (non-combat related injury); Glenn Mueller, 32, (CIA contractor killed in a Shkin ambush); Bill Carlson, 43, (CIA contractor killed in a Shkin ambush); and Paul Sweeney, 32, (killed in a Musa Qula ambush).
- November, 2003: Twice as many American and Coalition troops were murdered in Iraq this month than any of the six previous months. The trend we witnessed in October with Muslims becoming more effective with IEDs was now epidemic. And once again, Muslims killed far more Americans than mishaps in November.
Sharing the burden, 82 of the 110 deaths in November were U.S. soldiers. There were 336 American servicemen and women wounded in Iraq this month.
Here is how they died:.
IEDs claimed 35 lives: Maurice Johnson, 21 (Mosul); Josh Hurley, 24 (Mosul); Ben Colgan, 30 (Baghdad); Ray Johnson (Tikrit), 20; Francisco Martinez, 28 (Baghdad); James Wolf, 21 (Mosul); James Chance, 25 (Husaybah); Mark Vasquez, 35 (Fallujah); Kurt Frosheiser, 22 (Baghdad); Gary Collins, 32 (Fallujah); Marlon Jackson, 25 (Taji); Genaro Acosta, 26 (Taji); Bob Wise, 21, (Baghdad); Alfonso Trincone, 44, (Nasiriyah); Marshall Ragazzi, 39, (Nasiriyah); Pietro Petrucci, 22, (Nasiriyah); Silvio Olla, 35, (Nasiriyah); Filippo Merlino, 40, (Nasiriyah); Orazio Majorana, 29, (Nasiriyah); Domenico Intravaia, 46, (Nasiriyah); Ivan Ghitti, 30, (Nasiriyah); Daniele Ghoine, 30, (Nasiriyah); Enzo Fregosi, 56, (Nasiriyah); Andrea Filippa, 33, (Nasiriyah); Emanuele Ferraro, 28, (Nasiriyah); Giuseppe Coletta, 38, (Nasiriyah); Giovanni Cavallaro, 47, (Nasiriyah); Alessandro Carrisi, 23, (Nasiriyah); Massimiliano, 40, (Nasiriyah); Joe Minucci, 23, (Samara); Irving Medina, 22, (Baghdad); Alexander Coulter, 35 (Tikrit); George Wood, 33, (Baquba); Joe Lister, 22, (Ar Ramadi); and Eddie Menyweather, 35, (Baquba).
Ambushes claimed 17 lives: Jose Rivera, 34 (RPG in Mumuhdyah); Hieronim Kupczyk, 44 (mortar in Mussabiyah); Morgan Kennon, 23 (RPG in Mosul); Nick Tomko, 34 (small arms in Baghdad); Dale Panchot, 26 (sniper in Galad); Jerry Wilson, 45, (small arms in Mosul); Rel Ravago, 21, (small arms in Mosul); Ariel Rico, 25, (mortar in Mosul); Luis Tarazona, 36, (small arms in Mahmudiyah); Alfonso Calvo, 41, (small arms in Mahmudiyah); Aaron Sissel, 22, (small arms in Haditha); Jose Perez, 41, (small arms in Mahmudiyah); Jose Olivera, 49, (small arms in Mahmudiyah); Albert Gonzalez, 43, (small arms in Mahmudiyah); Jose Egea, 42, (small arms in Mahmudiyah); Steve Bertolino, 40, (RPG in Haditha); and Carlos Ollero, 36, (small arms in Mahmudiyah).
Helicopters Being Shot Down claimed 22 lives: Joe Wilson, 30; Paul Belazquez, 29; Frank Vega, 20; Bruce Smith, 41; Brian Slavenas, 30; Joel Perez, 25; Ross Pennanen, 36; Brian Penisten, 28; Keelan Moss, 23; Karina Lau, 20; Darius Jennings, 22; Paul Fisher, 39; Anthony D'Agostino, 20; Steven Conover,21; Ernest Bucklew, 33; and Daniel Bader, 28 (all killed as a result of a missile fired by the Shi'ite Imam al-Sadr's Mahdi Militia in Fallujah into their CH-47 Chinook). Sharon Swartworth, 43; Benedict Smith, 29; Scott Rose, 30; Paul Neff, 30; Kyran Kennedy, 43; and Cornell Gilmore, 45 (all killed when a Muslim militant fired an RPG at their UH-60 Black Hawk in Tikrit).
Accidents claimed 33 lives: Robert Benson, 20 (gunshot); Ryan Thomas, 18 (traffic); Linda Jimenez 39 (fall); Nate Bailey, 46 (gunshot); Jim Shull, 32, (gunshot); Nathan Dalley, 27 (gunshot); Oleksii Bondarnenko, 36 (suicide); Scott M. Tyrrell, 21 (died of burns from a fire that started while he was destroying an ammunition cache); Gary Coleman, 24 (vehicle rolled into canal); Robert Roberts, 21 (collision with tank); Damian Bushart, 22, (collision with tank); Darrell Smith, 28 (vehicle rolled into a river); (Chris Nason, 39, (vehicle accident); David Goldberg, 20, (non-combat injury); and Thomas Sweet, 23 (gunshot). Jeremy Wolfe, 27; Joey Whitener, 19; Gene Uhl, 21; John Sullivan, 26; Scott Saboe, 33; John Russell, 26; Pierre Piche, 26; Erik Kesterson, 29; Damian Heidelberg, 21, Sheldon Eagle, 21; Tim Hayslett, 26; Warren Hansen, 36; Richard Hafer, 21; Bill Dusenbery, 30; Jeremiah Digiovanni, 21; Kelly Bolor, 37; Ryan Baker, 24; and Mike Acklin, 25 (were all killed in a mid-air Black Hawk helicopter collision over Mosul).
There were 8 Coalition deaths in Afghanistan: Mihail Samuila, 35, (Spin Boldak ambush); Iosif Fogorasi, 33, (Spin Boldak ambush); Jay Blessing, 23, (IED in Asadabad); Howard Walters, 33; Thomas Walkup, 25; Steve Plumhoff, 33; Bill Kerwood, 37; and Phillip Albert, 41 (all died in a MH-53M Pave Low helicopter accident).
- November 1, 2003: Muslims were busy disrupting the Republic of Georgia today, bombing the office of the Burjanadze Democrats.
- November 1, 2003: In India, the United Liberation Front of Assam derailed a train with a powerful bomb.
- November 1, 2003: Salafi Muslims in Afghanistan used rockets to attack a UN office in Jalalabad.
- November 3, 2003: Multiple rockets were fired into the Nangarhar Province airport in Afghanistan.
- November 4, 2003: In Iraq, militant Muslims assassinated a judge in Mosul.
- November 5, 2003: Russians became more familiar with why democracy and Islamic submission don't mix when during the Bashkir presidential election campaign, a car containing a radio-controlled explosive device was blown up just as a car carrying the bodyguards of the Baskortostan president's son was driving past. Two bodyguards were killed in the incident and two were injured.
On April 29, sources reported that three Islamic suspects had been arrested in March on suspicion of involvement in the attack. A large number of weapons were found on the Muslim men at the time of their arrest.
- November 5, 2003: In Afghanistan a bomb went off near two international offices in Kabul. One was in front of OXFAM and the other was in front of Save the Children. The blasts occurred during a visit of a delegation from the UN Security Council to Kabul.
- November 6, 2003: An Indian citizen working for a private construction firm involved in an Afghan mobile phone project in Kabul, was killed in his home.
- November 7, 2003: Islamic Jihad's al-Quds Brigade and Fatah's al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade claimed joint responsibility for an ambush on a convoy of Israeli soldiers and settlers along the Qarni-Netzarim road south of Gaza City.
- November 7, 2003: In Iraq, the Sheikh Fathi police station was damaged in a mortar attack near Mosul when four rounds were fired.
- November 8, 2003: In Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, a suicide car bombing took place in the Muhaya residential compound. It was occupied mainly by nationals of other Arab countries. Seventeen were killed and 122 were wounded. The latter included 4 Americans.
The next day, Deputy Secretary of State Armitage said: "Al-Qaeda was probably responsible." No, the Saud family of Wahhabi warlords were responsible for manufacturing these Muslim murderers.
- November 8, 2003: In Kabul, Afghanistan, a group of suspected Taliban militants attacked government offices with assault rifles. Seven Muslim militants and one government guard were killed. The Taliban also reportedly kidnapped four relatives of the district chief and threatened to kill them unless the governor surrendered the district to Islam.
- November 9, 2003: In Afghanistan, the Governor of the Zabol Province survived an assassination attempt when a bomb exploded in his home. An Afghan official blamed the Taliban.
- November 9, 2003: In Kosovo, militant Muslims blew up the car of the Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications. This was the first of three similar incidents. On January 29, police arrested two Muslim men who they said had committed all three attacks.
- November 10, 2003: In Iraq, the director of Mosul's Northern Oil Company, Muhammad Zebari, was shot outside his home. He was seriously injured and his son was killed.
- November 10, 2003: In Pakistan, an IED was detonated at a police station in Quetta. This blast followed a bombing of the town's high school. Seven police officers were injured. Over 200 visiting Afghanis were arrested in a crackdown following these explosions. Twenty of these individuals were believed to have been involved in recent Al Qaeda attacks in Pakistan.
- November 11, 2003: In Kandahar, Afghanistan a car bomb placed in an unmarked vehicle exploded in front of the UN Assistance Mission to Afghanistan. Two people were injured. The Taliban was suspected because they had been responsible for a series of attacks on foreign aid workers.
- November 11, 2003: Muslims in Russia used a homemade bomb to destroy the office of the Guardian Charitable Foundation while Konstantin Kurchnkov was holding a meeting. All six people in the office were injured in the attack.
- November 12, 2003: In Allah's hell hole, also known as Iraq, an Islamic suicide truck bomber destroyed the Italian military police headquarters in Nasiriyah, killing 18 Italians and 11 Iraqis. This misguided and indoctrinated soul left 100 more broken bodies in his wake.
- November 13, 2003: In Tunceli, Turkey, Muslims thought it would be a good idea to toss a hand grenade a police station. Two officers were injured.
- November 14, 2003: In Basra, a convoy of Portuguese journalists were ambushed while they were entering Iraq from Kuwait. One reporter was wounded and another was kidnapped.
- November 15, 2003: In Istanbul, Turkey, at least 23 people (plus the two inhuman Muslim bombers) were killed and over 300 civilians were injured when suicide bombers drove pickup trucks full of explosives into two synagogues in Istanbul. A Turkish religious group calling themselves, the Islamic Great East Raiders' Front claimed responsibility for the attack.
On 19 November, authorities arrested twenty people that they believed were connected to the dual suicides, all of whom were Turkish citizens. The two suicide bombers were also Turkish Muslims. The man suspected of ordering and planning this attack was arrested on November 30th as he attempted to flee Turkey through a border crossing with Iran.
In late December, police had seized over 1200 pounds of explosives in Istanbul, which they believed were destined to be used by the salafi Muslims in similar attacks.
The reason Muslims like killing Jews is because Allah called them "apes and swine" in the Qur'an and Muhammad, Islam's lone "prophet" called on Muslims to "kill every Jew." The Middle East isn't suffering from an Arab-Israeli problem - it is suffering from Islam.
- November 15, 2003: The supposedly "good, loving, tolerant and peaceful religion of Islam" exposed its true nature again with the United Jihad Council in Kashmir tasked its members with the destruction of a Christian missionary school in Pulwama. Fortunately, these Muslims were as incompetent as their god. Three Muslims were injured in the attack when the Islamic gunmen opened fire on a school bus during their retreat.
- November 15, 2003: Two suicide truck bombs exploded outside the Neve Shalom and Beth Israel synagogues in Istanbul, Turkey killing 25 people and wounding at least 300 more. The initial claim of responsibility came from a Turkish militant group, "the Great Eastern Islamic Raiders' Front," but Turkish authorities suspected an al-Qaeda connection because that was more popular. Moreover, it didn't openly identify Islam as the guilty party.
The next day, the London-based newspaper al-Quds al-Arabi received an e-mail in which an Iraqi Islamic group called the Brigades of the Martyr Abu Hafz al-Masri, claimed responsibility. But as Muslims are wont to say: "Only Allah knows.".
- November 15, 2003: Army SPC John R. Sullivan died when two 101st Airborne UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters crashed in Mosul, Iraq.
- November 16, 2003: In Afghanistan, A French woman working for the UN's refugee agency was shot and killed by Taliban militants riding on motorcycles in Ghazni. The French woman's driver was injured. The killing follows a car bomb attack that took place on November 11 on the UN's compound in Kandahar.
Two Taliban members were arrested in connection with the shooting. The Taliban initially denied any role in the attack by saying they were not interested in killing aid workers, only in kidnapping them in exchange for prisoner release. Then later they changed their mind and said, "Yes our mujahideen were involved in killing that Christian woman." The UN began pulling foreign staff out of southern and eastern Afghanistan following this incident because of the dramatic increase in attacks on foreign aid workers in recent months.
- November 17, 2003: In Kashmir, militants murdered a member of the People's Democratic Party, Mohammad Ismail Khanday, on his way to meet with Hizbul Mujahideen militants to try and bargain for his life in the wake of a flood of death threats against him by members of the Jihad Council.
- November 17, 2003: There is this myth that America liberated Afghanistan and made the country safe for democracy. But it's completely untrue. The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is now under oppressive Sharia Law and the borders of the "Islamic Republic" only extend to the city limits of Kabul. A massive bomb explosion rocked Kandahar City today as evidence.
- November 18, 2003: In Khost, Afghanistan Muslims terrorized the citizens with a rocket barrage.
- November 18, 2003: In Israel, Shlomi Belsky, 23, and Shaul Lahav, 20, were killed by a Palestinian terrorist who opened fire with an AK-47 assault rifle, hidden in a prayer rug, at a checkpoint on the tunnel bypass road, linking Jerusalem and the Gush Etzion area. The Fatah al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claimed responsibility for the attack carried out by a prayerful Muslim.
- November 18, 2003: In Iraq, an explosive device was detonated in a television broadcasting vehicle belonging to the Turkish news organization, Ihlas News Agency.
- November 19, 2003: Patricia Navarrete, 33, of Ecuador was killed and four other tourists, also pilgrims from Ecuador, were wounded when a Muslim entered the Israel-Jordan border crossing terminal north of Eilat from the Jordanian side and opened fire.
- November 19, 2003: Muslims fired automatic weapons into the Japanese Embassy in Baghdad. .
- November 20, 2003: Two more suicide truck bombings in Turkey devastated the British HSBC Bank and the British Consulate General in Istanbul, killing 27 and wounding 450 more people. The dead included Consul General Roger Short.
U.S., British, and Turkish officials suspected that al-Qaeda had struck again. The U.S. Consulate in Istanbul was closed, and the Embassy in Ankara advised American citizens in Istanbul to stay home. It was as if Osama bin Laden had invented a new religion and then conquered the world. He was everywhere and doing everything.
- November 20, 2003: A suicide car bombing in Kirkuk, Iraq killed five. The target appeared to be the headquarters of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. PUK officials suspected the Ansar al-Islam group, which was said to have sheltered fugitive Taliban and al-Qaeda members after the U.S. campaign in Afghanistan. However, the Iraqi Ansar al-Sunnah organization claimed credit for the attack - a scheme which required over 400 pounds of explosives.
This terrorist organization's name speaks volumes. It means "Helpers and Friends of the Example." And that example is of course Muhammad's. According to the oldest Sunnah source, the only biography written about Islam's lone prophet within 200 years of his death, Muhammad was a pedophile, incestuous, adulterous, a rapist, a thief, a liar, an assassin, a slave trader, mass murderer, and ruthless terrorist. Virtually nothing redeeming is said about him in his own scriptures - the Sunnah and Qur'an. Muhammad's Sunnah legacy is terror and his Qur'an orders Muslims to fight and kill non-Muslims and peaceful hypocritical apostate Muslims until the entire would submits to Allah and Islam. So all those who are Friends of the Sunnah are bad people - they are terrorists.
Based upon its name, we should not be surprised that Ansar al-Sunnah is an Iraqi jihadist group dedicated to the establishment of an Islamic state based on Sharia Law in Iraq. Consistent with the Qur'an message, they believe that jihad is obligatory for Muslims. The group's membership is composed of Ansar al-Islam members, Tawhid and Jihad operatives, and salafi Iraqi Sunnis.
While it is hard to distinguish between the terrorist organizations, Ansar al-Islam and Ansar al-Sunnah claim to have carried out over 300 jihadist attacks since May, 2003, killing over 1,200 people. They are responsible for the kidnapping of the Nepalese contractors which garnered considerable press, as well as the beheading of an Iraqi military officer, a tape of which was distributed on the internet in November, 2004.
- November 20, 2003: Three Iraqis were killed and 15 were wounded in Kirkuk when an Islamic suicide bomber blew up a car packed with explosives at a checkpoint near offices of the PUK and Kurdistan Democratic Party.
- November 20, 2003: A barrage of Qassem rockets and mortars were fired into Israel by HAMAS.
- November 21, 2003: The offices of Care Australia were attacked with RPGs today in Baghdad.
- November 21, 2003: Muslims engaged in Allah's Cause launched s series of rockets into the center of Baghdad, hitting a hotel and a Oil Ministry office.
- November 21, 2003: In a mix of old and new, two donkey darts loaded with rockets were seized by the Italian Embassy in Baghdad.
- November 21, 2003: In Baghdad, Iraq, four people including a child were killed and 20 others were wounded when a Muslim militant threw a grenade into the booth of a street merchant who was selling alcohol. Killing those who sell alcohol enables Muslim murderers to frolic in Allah's streams of alcohol in paradise - or so the Qur'anic story goes. Islamicists had warned the vendor against selling booze during the holy month of Ramadan.
- November 21, 2003: Several rockets were successfully fired from a donkey cart into the Palestine and Sheraton hotels in Baghdad.
- November 22, 2003: Two Israeli security guards, Ilya Reiger, 58, of Jerusalem, and Samer Fathi Afan, 25, of the Bedouin village Uzeir near Nazareth, were shot dead at a construction site along the route of the security fence near Abu Dis in East Jerusalem. The Jenin Martyrs' Brigades, affiliated with Fatah, claimed responsibility for their murders.
- November 22, 2003: Islamic suicide bombers in Iraq struck police stations in Khan Bani Saad and Baquba. They murdered 18 people and left 30 shattered bodies in their wake. One bomber wore a traditional suicide belt and entered the station before detonating himself and the other rammed a car filled with explosives into the station.
- November 22, 2003: A DHL cargo jet was struck by a surface-to-air missile as it took off from Baghdad's Airport. The outer portion of one wing was destroyed and yet the pilots returned safely to the runway.
- November 22, 2003: In Afghanistan, a bomb was detonated outside the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul. The Intercontinental is home to numerous foreign diplomats, journalists, and UN aid workers. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack the next day and warned of further attacks aimed at foreigners.
- November 22, 2003: The Taliban claimed credit for four rockets fired into the Maymana Airport.
- November 23, 2003: In Kirkuk, Iraq seven were wounded, including four Americans, in a rocket attack targeting a building belonging to the Northern Oil Company. Two rockets hit the building frequented by Americans from the Halberton Company.
- November 23, 2003: In Derealan, Turkey, Muslims took twenty people hostage who crime had been to chop firewood. Authorities intervened and killed the assailants freeing the hostages.
- November 24, 2003: The Taliban killed two aid workers in Ghazni, Afghanistan today.
- November 24, 2003: A pipeline near Kirkuk was set ablaze 50 miles southwest of Turkey.
- November 24, 2003: In Baqubah, Iraq, a member of the Iraqi Civil Defense Force in was wounded when two Muslims called him a traitor before stabbing him.
- November 25, 2003: In Kashmir an Indian shopkeeper was murdered by Muslims intolerant of life.
- November 26, 2003: Profiling saved lives in Chechnya today. A police officer detained a suspicious looking man, who when challenged threw down a bag filled with explosives and a directional mine and ran. When apprehended he admitted to having been instructed by Shamil Basayev to attack specific targets with his bomb.
- November 29, 2003: The headline read: "Iraqi Insurgents Step Up Attacks on Nationals of Other Members of the Coalition." That was because on November 29th, an ambush in Mahmudiyah, Iraq killed 7 Spanish intelligence officers. Their convoy was ambushed by mortar and grenade fire 30 miles south of Baghdad. The al-Faruq Brigades claimed responsibility on the Movement for Islamic Reform website.
On this day, Iraqi Muslims also killed two Japanese diplomats and their driver near Tikrit when they stopped for some food at a roadside stall. A Lebanese Hizballah member was wounded in the assault.
- November 29, 2003: In Afghanistan, Muslim militants broke into an office with foreign aid workers and wounded four people.
- November 30, 2003: Another Iraqi ambush near Tikrit killed two South Korean electrical workers paid by the U.S. government. Two other Koreans were severely wounded.
- November 30, 2003: In Iraq, a Colombian employee of Kellogg Brown & Root was killed and two were wounded in an ambush near Balad. Iraq was quickly turning into Islam's poster boy for bad behavior. Thanks to George Bush, Muslims now had more readily available targets for Jihad practice. .