Muharram 22, 1425/March 14, 2004 #34
Learn about post-war Germany. This seemingly democratic country practices thought control. Any national sentiment which would, for instance, compare German soldiers with Russians, is forbidden. READ HOW CONQUERORS CAN RE-WRITE HISTORY and make a people ashamed of themselves while they almost worship the conquerors. Hitler Boys in America by Hans Schmidt, 319 pages, hard cover, $20.
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Pakistanis who wanted to liberate Kashmir will now have to liberate Pakistan first!

General Musharraf has clamped a ban on an Islamic peace movement which was going to enter the frontier area adjacent to Afghanistan. Islamic leaders WHO FORMED THE GOVERNMENT in FRONTIER PROVINCE have had a ban order placed on their movement in the area.
The peaceful Islamic movement in Pakistan, the MMA coalition, is facing failure because it is peaceful.
IMAM WARITHUDDIN 'UMAR will be speaking at Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, on March 18. Imam 'Umar has made history by suing the flagship of the Zionist establishment, the Wall Street Journal, for defamation and lies published about him in a front page article.
The families of the Virginia Innocents who were recently convicted in botched cases of guilt by association, need community support. Many of them have small children. Donate to: Jamaat al-Muslimeen, POB 10881, Baltimore, MD 21234
DEAR READERS: The Virginia Innocents were opposed to India's oppression of Muslims in KASHMIR. Are you still supporting India, watching Indian movies and not noticing the moves of Hindu supporters of the Zionists?
SHOORA [national consultative committee] of Jamaat al-Muslimeen will meet in Greensboro, NC, on April 10. JAM is a legal, peaceful group of volunteers which works for the rights of Muslim prisoners, for the rights of women and children, and to oppose media bias against oppressed people. It organizes boycott of businesses which support Israel. The central representatives are:
Sis. Karen English [California]
	Br. Roberto Solano [Texas]
Imam Badi Ali [North Carolina]
Dr. Abdul 'Alim Shabazz [Pennsylvania]
Sis. Aisha Shaheed [New York City]
Br. Abu Talib [Brooklyn, New York]
Br. Kaukab Siddique [Maryland]
and others.

Mosque in Texas Vandalized: Police Says not Hate Crime

by Roberto Solano, Texas

Lubbock, Texas is a nice community. Muslims live in peace in that city except that the local muslim mosque was vandalized last weekend. The police reacted promptly and apprehended four persons. They were boys ranging in age from 13 to 15. Their names were withheld since they are minors but they were charged with juvenile delinquency for burglary. The "mosqe's spiritual leader" as Assistant Police Chief Thomas Esparza calls him, estimated the damages to be about $1,800. But he was relieved to learn that teenagers were responsible for the vandalism and not adults or organized crime or done by a group that has bias against Muslims. Most of the stolen Qur'an and other goods were found in several nearby trash bins. Contributions to repair the damages can be sent to the Imam Mohamed El_Moctar in Lubbock, Texas.

Now it is up to the muslims organizations in the US and Texas to educate parents so that there will be no other acts of disrespect for a religious place of worship. The cost of transportation etc for the people that will come to give the seminars should be paid by the local community.

The police obtained statements from the young criminals to the effect that their intent was to destroy property and hurt feelings. It is no longer being investigated as a federal "hate crime" which carries a heavier penalty.
British Convert [revert] to Islam Speaks out

PROSTITUTES and PSYCHOLOGICAL/ Physical WARFARE Used on Islamic Prisoners to Break their Faith and Humanity

Daily Mirror UK -- WORLD EXCLUSIVE Mar 12 2004 By Rosa Prince and Gary Jones
A BRITISH captive freed from Guantanamo Bay today tells the world of its full horror - and reveals how prostitutes were taken into the camp to degrade Muslim inmates. Jamal al-Harith, 37, who arrived home three days ago after two years of confinement, is the first detainee to lift the lid on the US regime in Cuba's Camp X-Ray and Camp Delta. The father-of-three, from Manchester, told how he was assaulted with fists, feet and batons after refusing a mystery injection. He said detainees were shackled for up to 15 hours at a time in hand and leg cuffs with metal links which cut into the skin. Their "cells" were wire cages with concrete floors and open to the elements - giving no privacy or protection from the rats, snakes and scorpions loose around the American base. He claims punishment beatings were handed out by guards known as the Extreme Reaction Force. They waded into inmates in full riot-gear, raining blows on them. Prisoners faced psychological torture and mind-games in attempts to make them confess to acts they had never committed. Even petty breaches of rules brought severe punishment. Medical treatment was sparse and brutal and amputations of limbs were more drastic than required, claimed Jamal. A diet of foul water and food up to 10 years out-of-date left inmates malnourished. But Jamal's most shocking disclosure centred on the use of vice girls to torment the most religiously devout detainees. Prisoners who had never seen an "unveiled" woman before would be forced to watch as the hookers touched their own naked bodies. The men would return distraught. One said an American girl had smeared menstrual blood across his face in an act of humiliation. Jamal said: "I knew of this happening about 10 times. It always seemed to be those who were very young or known to be particularly religious who would be taken away. "I would joke with the other British lads, 'Bring them to us - we'll have them'. It made us laugh. But the Americans obviously knew we wouldn't be shocked by seeing Western women, so they didn't bother. "It was a profoundly disturbing experience for these men. They would refuse to speak about what had happened. It would take perhaps four weeks for them to tell a friend - and we would shout it out around the whole block." Jamal added: "The whole point of Guantanamo was to get to you psychologically. The beatings were not as nearly as bad as the psychological torture - bruises heal after a week - but the other stuff stays with you." He was talking from a secret location after being reunited with his family. The website designer, a convert to Islam, had gone to Pakistan in October 2001, a few weeks after September 11, to study Muslim culture. He accidentally strayed into Afghanistan - believing he was being driven to Turkey - and was arrested as a spy, perhaps because of his British passport. He was held in Kandahar, Afghanistan, and fell into US hands. Now Jamal bears the scars of Guantanamo. He stoops into a hunch as he walks because the shackles that bound him were too short. As a punishment, inmates would be confined so tightly they would be forced to lie in a ball for hours. During lengthy interrogation, they would be tethered to a metal ring on the floor. Jamal said: "Sometimes you would be chained up on the floor with your hands and feet actually bound together. One of my friends told me he was kept like that for 15 hours once. "Recreation meant your legs were untied and you walked up and down a strip of gravel. In Camp X-Ray you only got five minutes but in Delta you walked for around 15 minutes." Jamal said victims of the Extreme Reaction Force were paraded in front of cells. "It was a horrible sight and it was a frequent sight." He said one unit used force-feeding to end a hunger strike by 70 per cent of the 600 inmates. The strike started after a guard deliberately kicked a copy of the Koran. Rice and beans was the usual diet and the water was "filthy". Jamal added: "In Camp X-Ray it was yellow and in Delta it was black - the colour of Coca-Cola. "We had it piped through with a tap in each 'cage' but they would often turn the water off as punishment. "They would shut off the water before prayers so we couldn't wash ourselves according to our religion. "The food was terrible as well, up to 10 years out-of-date. They would open a hatch and shove it through a section at a time. "We had porridge and something they called 'like-milk', which was disgusting and 'like-tea' and a piece of fruit. The fruit had been frozen and pounded with chemicals. An apple might look red but there was waxy white stuff all over it and inside it would be black and brown. "They would play tricks on people by denying them things - you might be the only person on your block who didn't get any bread. I prided myself on never asking them for anything. I would not beg." Jamal said they were told they had no rights. "They actually said that - 'You have no rights here'. After a while, we stopped asking for human rights - we wanted animal rights. In Camp X-Ray my cage was right next to a kennel housing an Alsatian dog. "He had a wooden house with air conditioning and green grass to exercise on. I said to the guards, 'I want his rights' and they replied, 'That dog is member of the US army'. "You would be punished for anything - for having six packets of salt in your cell rather than five, for hanging your towel through the cage if it wasn't wet, even for having your spoon and things lined up in the wrong order." Being forced to use a bucket as a toilet in view of other inmates and guards was particularly embarrassing. Jamal said: "I never got used to it - we would all put our towels and clothes around us. "But the Military Police up in the tower would see us and would shout to each other. "We were only allowed a shower once a week at the beginning and none at all in solitary confinement. "This was very tough because you are supposed to be clean when you pray. "Gradually the number of showers rose to three a week. They were always cold. "You would be chained by two MPs while you were still in the cage before being taken off for what they called 'rec and shower'. "You could sometimes see the guards tampering with the shower heads to make water squirt all over the inmate's clothes if he had put them up to protect his privacy." Inmates were issued with "comfort items" - known as CIs - like shampoo, towels, a washcloth and boxer shorts. CIs would be removed as a punishment. Jamal defiantly refused "treats", such as watching a James Bond film in a room dubbed The Love Shack by inmates. He added: "Some people were given pizzas, ice-cream and McDonald's, but they didn't offer them to me. I guess they knew bribery would work with some and not with others." To pass the time, inmates would chat to each other, pray, read the Koran and sing Islamic songs. In Camp X-Ray, they were given Mills and Boon-style romance novels in Arabic, which they refused to read. Describing medical treatment, Jamal said he knew of 11 men who had legs amputated and two who lost toes and fingers. He was told that the Americans had removed far more tissue than was necessary. HE added: "The man in the cell next to me had frostbite in two fingers and two toes. He also had it in his big toe, but they didn't treat that for a year by which time they had to cut off much more than was needed. "All the men who had lost limbs complained they would chop them off high up and not bother to try to save as much as possible." Jamal added that he didn't have close friends in Guantanamo, saying: "When I did meet the other Brits, we would reminisce about home - particularly the food. "We were all obsessed with Scottish Highland Shortbread - we wanted some so much. "One of the Brits told me he was asked why he was a Muslim, because he ought to be praying to the Queen." Jamal, who is divorced with daughters aged three and eight and a son of five, is convinced his refusal to succumb to mind-games gave him the will to come through. He said: "It was very, very hard at times, but I tried to think about nothing but survival. "I kept my thoughts from home as much as possible because it would drive me crazy. "About a year into my time, I had a dream. A voice said, 'You will here for two years'. "In my dream I said, 'Two years! You're joking'. But when I woke up, I was calmer because at least that meant I would be getting out one day. "I was sent to Guantanamo on February 11, 2002 and left on March 9, 2004, so I was there for just over two years, just like the voice in the dream said."
One in a series of Revolutionary Khutbas

America's Muslims caught Between Secularism and Sufiism.
What Does Islam Say about Organization & Movement?
Jews Should be Happy, the Qur'an Saved them from anti-semitism in Muslim Countries.

During 2004, Dr. Kaukab Siddique has given 7 khutbas and led prayers in Pennsylvania, Maryland and North Carolina. Here are the main points from a khutba he gave at Johns Hopkins University , Baltimore.

Texts: "O ye who believe! Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger, and those charged with authority from among you. If ye differ in anything , refer it to Allah and His messenger, if ye do believe in Allah and the Last Day: That is best, and most suitable for final determination." [The Qur'an 4:59]

"When three people go fourth, they should make one of themselves their leader." [Prophet Muhammad, p, Hadith narrated by Abu Huraira, r.a., in Abu Dawud's Sunan.] ---------------------------------------------------
For previous revolutionary khutbas, go to: click on java frames, click on NEWS, go to REVOLUTIONARY KHUTBAS.


TO: Brian Lamb
C-Span Book TV
#650, 400 N. Capital st., NW
Washington, DC 20001
Ref: Book titled "INVASION: How America Still Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals and other Foreign Menaces to our Shores" by Michelle Malkin

Dear Mr. Lamb:
You re-aired your extensive interview with Michelle Malkin on February 21, 2004. Usually you come prepared with at least some research on the authors you interview, but in this case you had either not done your reading or you permitted very damaging, false, statements made by Ms. Malkin to go unchallenged.
Here are a few of Ms. Malkin's fabrications: Sincerely

Kaukab Siddique, Ph.D
Associate Professor of English

2004-03-28 Sun 16:47ct