Supreme Pervert Ayatollah Khomeini’s granddaughter fears jail for voicing democracy in Iran


Ayatollah Khomeini’s pro-democracy granddaughter: I fear arrest

A granddaughter of Iran’s first Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, has attacked the current regime’s “deviation” from the goals of his revolution, criticised leaders for failing to allow democracy to flourish, and said she fears arrest and jail.
Ayatollah Khomeini's pro-democracy granddaughter: I fear arrest: Naeimeh Eshraghi

Naeimeh Eshraghi, granddaughter of Iran’s first Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini
Damien McElroy

By , and Ahmad Vahdat

Naeimeh Eshraghi, a Tehran-based engineer, has told The Daily Telegraph that she wants to see an opening up of Iranian society with people free to express themselves.

But she also warned the West that the crippling sanctions being imposed on Iran were having the effect of increasing the suffering of the people while having little impact on the leaders.

Mrs Eshraghi is an enthusiastic user of Facebook and has on occasion shared her pro-democracy views and made critical comments about the country’s leadership. She has built up a following of about 5,000 friends on her account, which she can access only by using illegal “filtering busting” technology that circumvents the country’s firewall.

She said she felt it was a duty to resist the increasingly harsh system imposed by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, her grandfather’s successor as a Supreme Leader.

“My grandfather’s system of spiritual guidance of the government rested its legitimacy on people’s consent,” she said. “Today this theory of government has split many sections of our society from the regime and has led to a deviation from the earlier right path of the revolution.”

Mrs Eshraghi – a qualified petrochemical engineer who last year supported a campaign against laws requiring women to wear hijabs – objects to the government’s efforts to close off Iran’s internet users from the world.

“It is high time that the governments of Iran resorted to practicing democracy and refrained from confronting individuals and non-government groups. It should stop fearing the transfer of new communications technology,” she said.

“It is only when this happens and we have free and widespread communications and the opening up of our borders to the outside world, both geographically and socially, that we can secure the progress and prosperity of Iran.”

Mrs Eshraghi said that despite her place in Iran’s most prominent revolutionary family – pictures of her as a girl on her grandfather’s lap form the strapline on her Facebook page – she was vulnerable to a crackdown on free speech on the internet.

“Not only am I concerned that the security forces may one day knock on my door, but also in fact think that it is quite possible that this may happen and then I would not be different from many other prominent free thinkers of our country who have ended up being in jail,” she said.

But she added that the regime would face a backlash within the country’s establishment for such a high-profile arrest.

Iran has well advanced plans to cut the entire country off from the world wide web and place all internet activity within a nationwide intranet.

It has also established a force of “cyber-police” that has arrested dozens of internet users. Gen Saeed Shokrian, the force’s commander, was sacked at the start of this month after an investigation into the death of the blogger Sattar Beheshti in Tehran’s Evin prison, where he was being illegally detained. But the policing of online activity has continued.

In one sense, Mrs Eshraghi is continuing a role played by her grandfather in pre-revolutionary Iran.

He challenged the Shah’s rule by having sermons taped in exile in Iraq and smuggled into Iran for underground distribution. The founder of the Islamic republic had five children and the clan maintains a prominent role with control of charitable foundations and filling official advisory positions.

Mrs Eshraghi said that her outspoken views were accepted within the family culture. “We have always kept a balance between belonging to a certain family and having an independent identity of ourselves as well,” she said.



Demented: Saudi Cleric Issues New Fatwa Allowing Syrian Rebels To Rape Women To Solve Their ‘Sexual Problems’

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TV Host: “The Saudi preacher, Muhammed al-Arifi, has issued a special fatwa that solves the sexual problems of the Mujahideen after he expressed his annoyance with the deprivation of the fighters of Islam, who are fighting in Syria alongside the armed opposition forces, from the earthly pleasures. He clarified that it has been two years since the Jihadists last were with women. Al-Arifi’s fatwa allows the fighters in Syria to engage in a marriage, which he called ‘intercourse marriage’ and that lasts for a few hours, from Syrian females, in order to give each fighter a turn…”

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Egyptian Cleric Threatens Egypt’s Christians With Genocide, ‘You Will Be Wiped Off The Face Of The Earth’

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By Raymond Ibrahim, Gatestone Institute – “Islamic leaders continue to portray the popular protests against President Morsi and his recently passed Sharia-heavy constitution as products of Egypt’s Christians. Recently, Muslim Brotherhood leader Safwat Hegazy said in an open rally, as captured on video:

A message to the church of Egypt, from an Egyptian Muslim: I tell the church — by Allah, and again, by Allah — if you conspire and unite with the remnants [opposition] to bring Morsi down, that will be another matter…. our red line is the legitimacy of Dr. Muhammad Morsi. Whoever splashes water on it, we will splash blood on him.”

More recently, Dr. Wagdi Ghoneim — who earlier praised Allah for the death of the late Coptic Pope Shenouda, cursing him to hell and damnation on video — made another video, entitled, ‘A Notice and Warning to the Crusaders in Egypt,’ a reference to…

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U.S.: Iranian Muslim “accidentally” shoots his brother in North Carolina “mistaking” him for intruder

North Carolina man shoots brother to death in chest after believing he was an intruder: police

Wilmington police arrived to the home of brothers Ali and Vahid Dastmalchi last Friday. Ali, 65, said he mistook Vahid, 63, as a burglar after he lunged at him at the front door in the dark. He fired a handgun at Vahid, fatally wounding him in the chest, police said. No charges were filed Friday.


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	North Carolina resident Ali (Al) Dastmalchi, 65, shot an intruder who turned out to be his younger brother, Vahid (George) Dastmalchi, 63, according to reports.

North Carolina resident Ali (Al) Dastmalchi, 65, shot an intruder who turned out to be his younger brother, Vahid (George) Dastmalchi, 63, according to reports.


North Carolina resident Ali (Al) Dastmalchi, 65, shot an intruder who turned out to be his younger brother, Vahid (George) Dastmalchi, 63, according to reports.

A North Carolina man fatally shot his brother after authorities say he mistook him for an intruder — just hours after cops responded to the home for a domestic disturbance, according to reports.

Wilmington police say Ali (Al) Dastmalchi, 65, fired a handgun into the chest of his younger brother, Vahid Dastmalchi, believing he was someone else trying to break into their house last Friday.

Police arrived to the scene after 12:40 a.m. Vahid (George) Dastmalchi, 63, was taken to the hospital, where he later died, according to the Wilmington Star-News.

A news release said Ali Dastmalchi heard the sound of breaking glass and went to the front door to investigate. That’s where he claims he saw “someone lunging at him with a spiked object in his hand.”

A 911 call obtained by ABC affiliate WWAY features Ali Dastmalchi saying his brother tried to use a “garden tool” as a weapon and charged at him. That’s when he claims he fired his gun.

But when he turned the porch light on, he said he realized it was his own kin.

The dispatcher asked him where Vahid Dastmalchi was shot.

“I think on the right side, on his chest,” Ali Dastmalchi said. “Please send police dispatch, somebody.”

Just hours earlier, police said, they were at the house for a domestic disturbance call and found the brothers arguing. Vahid Dastmalchi was taken to the hospital that night for “severe intoxication,” but was released, WWAY reported.

Vahid Dastmalchi had incurred a number of alcohol-related offenses in the past, according to North Carolina officials. He was convicted of driving while intoxicated in 1996, 2000 and 2004, records show.

North Carolina law, meanwhile, allows people to use deadly force if they feel their lives are being threatened on their own property.

Wilmington police said Friday that charges hadn’t been filed against the older Dastmalchi.

A call left by the Daily News to his home Sunday wasn’t immediately returned.

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Al Qaeda offers bounty for killing U.S. diplomat

Obama should be thrilled. The Muslim Brotherhood should be thrilled. Saudi Arabia should be thrilled.

Why? All of them combine one common aim: terrorist funding. Obama has hired members of the Muslim Brotherhood in his government. Obama is directly responsible for more than $1.5 billion in funding to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, and serve as a surprise resistance to victimized Israel. This money naturally goes to military backup and not to “developing the economy”.  Obama has pressured European countries to abandon their support to Israel (confirmed by the UK who said Obama was behind the pressures to give up support to Israel). Obama is also behind the military support of the “rebels” across the Middle East, who are seeking to establish a Caliphate in the region.

The Muslim Brotherhood is the creator of Hamas and al-Qaeda and is the driving force behind the Arab winter across the Middle East. MB is the initiator, with the support of Iran and Syria, of threats to Israel. Saudi Arabia is a perpetual bank for terrorist funding and is the main supporters behind the terrorists of 9/11. What happy news it must be for these three ‘partners’.

Al Qaeda offers bounty for killing U.S. diplomat

The terrorist group also said it will pay 5 million Yemeni riyals ($23,000) to anyone who kills an American soldier inside Yemen.


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A photograph made available on 30 December 2012, shows US ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein (2-L) during a meeting with senior Yemeni officials in Sana’a, Yemen, 18 December 2011. Reports state al-Qaeda’s branch in Yemen offered, on 30 December 2012, three kilograms of gold, worth $160,000, to anyone who can kill US ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein. The US has stepped up drone strikes against Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula in Yemen, killing dozens of suspected al-Qaeda militants.

A photograph made available on 30 December 2012, shows US ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein (2-L) during a meeting with senior Yemeni officials in Sana’a, Yemen, 18 December 2011. Reports state al-Qaeda’s branch in Yemen offered, on 30 December 2012, three kilograms of gold, worth $160,000, to anyone who can kill US ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein. The US has stepped up drone strikes against Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula in Yemen, killing dozens of suspected al-Qaeda militants.

	A photograph made available on 30 December 2012, shows US ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein (2-L) during a meeting with senior Yemeni officials in Sana'a, Yemen, 18 December 2011. Reports state al-Qaeda's branch in Yemen offered, on 30 December 2012, three kilograms of gold, worth $160,000, to anyone who can kill US ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein. The US has stepped up drone strikes against Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula in Yemen, killing dozens of suspected al-Qaeda militants.

Reports state al-Qaeda’s branch in Yemen offered three kilograms of gold, worth $160,000, to anyone who can kill US ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein.

Al Qaeda’s branch in Yemen has announced that it will pay tens of thousands of dollars to anyone who kills the U.S. ambassador in Sanaa or an American soldier in the country.

An audio produced by the group’s media arm, the al-Malahem Foundation, and posted on militant websites Saturday said it offered three kilograms of gold, worth $160,000, for killing the ambassador.

The group said it will pay 5 million Yemeni riyals ($23,000) to anyone who kills an American soldier inside Yemen.

It did not say how the bounty could be collected, but said the offer is valid for six months.

The bounties were set to “inspire and encourage our Muslim nation for jihad,” the statement said.

Washington considers al Qaeda in Yemen to be the group’s most dangerous branch.

First picture of Indian student in Bonn who was victim of brutal Salafi Muslim conversion, trying to cut his tongue

Indian students have been subject to several attacks by Muslim immigrants in Australia in immigrant areas. Unfortunately the Indian media calls them “Australian racist attacks”, rather than clarifying that they are Muslim immigrant attacks.


Student’s Tongue Cut in Possible Islamist Attack

An Indian man in Bonn claims to have been attacked and had his tongue lacerated by Islamists. He told police that a pair of perpetrators demanded that he convert to Islam before the assault. Police believe his story to be credible.

Police in Bonn are investigating a possible attack on a 24-year-old Indian man who claims to have been the victim of an assault by two Islamists on Christmas Eve. The man, a university student had to be treated at a local hospital for a lacerated tongue following the attack.

According to the victim, he was approached by two men who asked him what his religion was before demanding that he convert to Islam. Otherwise, the men said, he was an infidel and his tongue would have to be cut out. Then, as the man tried to walk away, the two assailants attacked him from behind, the victim told police. A passerby happened across the bleeding victim and called an ambulance. He was treated at the hospital and then released.Police investigators believe the man’s story to be credible and also believe that the incident could indeed have been the work of Islamists. He described the perpetrators as having long beards but no moustaches, a style often preferred by Salafists. There were, however, no witnesses to the attack and police are currently searching for suspects.

It is not the first time this year that Bonn has hit the headlines as a result of possible Islamist activity. In May, a Salafist was arrested after stabbing two police officers during a counter-demonstration against a display of Muhammad caricatures by a local right-wing populist party. Earlier this month, another member of the orthodox Muslim group threatened to take a hostage in order to force the perpetrator’s release from prison.

Also in Dember, a bag full of explosives was found on a platform in Bonn’s main train station in an apparent attempted bomb attack. While no charges have been filed in that case, clues reportedly lead to the Salafist community.

cgh — with wire reports

Obama and E.U. supported Syria’s “rebels” (jihadists) ‘feed beheaded Christian to dogs’

Matthew Campbell, Paris Published: 30 December 2012

A Damascus family lights candles for Easter A Damascus family celebrates Easter (Youssef Badawi)

HE HAD just got married and his wife was about to give birth but this did not save Andrei Arbashe, a young Christian, from a horrific fate at the hands of rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad’s regime earlier this month.

“They beheaded him, cut him into pieces and fed him to the dogs,” said Agnès-Mariam de la Croix, mother superior of the Monastery of St James the Mutilated between Damascus and Homs.

Forget the familiar Arab spring narrative about down-trodden masses taking on the forces of evil: the Syrian conflict appears to have entered a darker phase in which the rebels are committing atrocities against innocent civilians. It does not bode well for peace.

The people who chopped up Arbashe did not seem to need much of a motive: his brother had apparently been overheard complaining about the rebels behaving like bandits…..

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The Truth Behind the Veil: One Slap A Day. Islam Enslaves the Hearts of Their Women

by  S. Montague

Where is love and peace in Islam?

Does the muslim woman who is flogged for being ‘the victim’ of a rape find the love in Islam?

Does the muslim woman who is buried up to her chest and stoned to death find peace in Islam?

Does the muslim woman who is acid burned find the love and peace in Islam?

Does the muslim woman who is honor killed find the love and peace she seeks?

I think not.

I believe the physical torture and torment is probably the least of these.

While the muslim woman is often a prisoner in her own home…

It truly must be her heart that yearns to beat free.

Where is the love and peace?


UK: Muslim commits violent knife attacks on lone women


Wapping knife attacks: Lone women targeted

Scene of attack Police patrols have been stepped up in the area as officers investigate the latest attack

A stabbing which has left a woman seriously ill could be linked to an attack in the same east London wood two weeks earlier, police have said.

The latest victim, aged 26, was targeted as she walked through the park area, known as Wapping Woods off Garnet Street, on Saturday afternoon.

A man brandishing a knife forced her into bushes and stabbed her three times in the torso.

On 4 December a woman, aged 38, was stabbed by a man who stole her camera.

Extra patrols

Given the similarities between the attacks police said they were being treated as “potentially linked”.

Police patrols have been increased in the area and people have been warned to be extra vigilant.

In the first attack the woman was walking alone through the park at about 18:25 GMT when she was approached by a man holding a knife.

After stabbing her and taking a digital camera from her bag, he ran off towards The Highway.

The violence used in these attacks is hugely concerning and could easily have led to a fatality” — Insp Joseph McDonald

He was described as being Asian [English word for Muslim], in his late teens or early 20s, between 5ft 2ins and 6ft tall, chubby with short black straight hair with his fringe brushed forward.

He was wearing a dark hooded top with light tassels and jeans.

On Saturday at about 12:25 the latest victim, again walking alone, was forced into bushes by a knife-wielding man who stabbed her.

He also ran off towards The Highway but nothing was taken from the woman.

The second victim described her attacker as an Asian man aged about 30, 5ft 6ins tall with gelled hair and light stubble. He was wearing denim jeans and a dark jacket.

Insp Joseph McDonald of Tower Hamlets police said: “There are clear similarities between these incidents and officers are doing everything possible to find the man or men responsible.

“The violence used in these attacks is hugely concerning and could easily have led to a fatality.”

He urged anyone with information that could help the inquiry to contact officers.


UK: Christians have no right to refuse to work on Sundays, rules judge – but Muslim religious right is protected

Christians have no right to refuse to work on Sundays, rules judge

Judges have been accused of diluting the rights of Christians after a key judgment on whether they can refuse to work on Sundays.
Sunday working is fine, judge tells Christian

Celestina Mba, who lost an appeal against her former employers earlier this month Photo: CLARA MOLDEN
David Barrett

By , Home Affairs Correspondent

9:00PM GMT 29 Dec 2012

A new ruling by a High Court judge – the first on the issue in nearly a decade – says that Christians have no right to decline working on Sunday as it is not a “core component” of their beliefs.

The judgment – which upholds an earlier decision – means that individual Christians do not have any protection from being fired for not working on Sundays.

Campaigners said the decision puts Christians at a disadvantage to other religions and means the judiciary are deciding what the core beliefs of Christians can be, which they say is an interference in the right to practise religion.

The judgment was issued by Mr Justice Langstaff as he ruled on an appeal brought by a Christian woman who was sacked after she refused to work on Sundays at a care home.

Celestina Mba claimed the council she worked for pressured her to work on Sundays and threatened her with disciplinary measures – even though other workers were willing to take the shifts.

The 57 year-old, from Streatham Vale, south London, worships every Sunday at her Baptist church, where she is also part of the ministry team offering pastoral care and support to the congregation.

She said that when she took the position in 2007 providing respite care for children with severe learning difficulties at the Brightwell children’s home in Morden, south-west London managers initially agreed to accommodate the requirements of her faith.

But within a few months of starting the job, Miss Mba said managers began pressuring her to work on Sundays.

She found herself repeatedly allocated Sunday shifts and threatened with disciplinary measures unless she agreed to compromise her church commitments, meaning she had no alternative but to resign from the job she loved, she said.

The care worker launched an unsuccessful legal claim in February this year and this month lost her appeal in the High Court.

Her constructive dismissal case was funded by the Christian Legal Centre which instructed Paul Diamond, a leading religious rights barrister.

Mr Justice Langstaff, who as president of the Employment Appeal Tribunal is the most senior judge in England and Wales in this type of case, upheld the lower tribunal’s ruling which said it was relevant that other Christians did not ask for Sundays off.

The fact that some Christians were prepared to work on Sundays meant it was not protected, the court said.

The senior judge said that a rule imposed by an employer which affected nearly every Christian would have a greater discriminatory impact than one which only affected a few.

There was evidence that many Christians work on Sundays and this was relevant in “weighing” the impact of the employers’ rule, and the earlier decision did not involve an error of law, he added.

Campaigners said the ruling showed that Christians are being treated less favourably than people from other religions, such as Muslims, Jews and Sikhs. They pointed to cases where the courts offered protection to other religions even when only a minority of adherents were affected.

In 2008 Sarika Watkins-Singh, then 14, successfully claimed she was a victim of unlawful discrimination because she had been excluded from school in Aberdare, south Wales, for breaking a jewellery ban by refusing to remove a “kara” bangle which she said was central to her faith.

But in her case the court did not examine how many Sikhs wanted to wear similar items of jewellery.

The judgment in Miss Mba’s case will fuel concerns that judges are promoting secularism. A report from the cross-party Christians in Parliament group warned earlier this year that there was a lack of religious literacy among judges, politicians and officials.

Andrea Williams, director of Christian Concern, said of the latest ruling: “The court in this case created an unrealistic test which means that people like Celestina who wish to respect the Sabbath will be forced out of the workplace.

“The court seems to be requiring a significant number of adherents of the Christian faith to observe a particular practice before the court is willing to accept and protect the practice.

“In the past year we have seen mandatory tests of faith in relation to the wearing of crosses by Christians, belief about marriage between a man and a woman and now observing the Sabbath when in all cases reasonable accommodation could have been made.

“Such tests do not appear to be similarly applied to Muslims who are permitted to wear the hijab and observe prayers and Sikhs with the kara bracelet.”

In 1994, when Sunday trading in England was liberalised shopworkers were given a guarantee that working would be strictly voluntary, but the guarantee did not apply to people in other sectors.

The Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations, published in 2003, say employers must justify Sunday working as a “legitimate business need” and does not give a blanket right to Christians not to work.

If employers fail to treat staff fairly and proportionately, the employee may be able to claim discrimination, the rules add.

The last ruling by judges was when a quarry worker claimed his Christian beliefs had been treated with “contempt” by employers who tried to force him to work on Sundays in 2003.

Stephen Copsey lost his case at the Court of Appeal in 2005, with judges ruling his employer had “compelling economic reasons” for insisting that he worked on Sundays.

Yvette Stanley of Merton council, Miss Mba’s former employers, said it did its best to allow religious practice but also had a duty to meet the needs of the disabled children for whom it cares and added: “We are pleased with the outcome of this second tribunal. Staff recruited in the respite care service are advised that it is by its nature a weekend service.”

Egyptian lawyer Nagla Al-Imam suggest rape of Israeli women – gets assaulted and suddenly converts to beg asylum as a “Copt”

To see both videos, of Nagla al-Imam and her two roles – one as a hateful, anti-semistic Arab who supports atrocities against other people and one as a pretentious “Christian victim” of persecution pretending to sing hymns – make sure you access the link for the full article.

The Muslim Issue

Al-Arabiya News aired an interview with Egyptian lawyer Nagla al-Imam, entice young Arab men to rape and harass Israeli woman at any time, in any place, using any means possible as a form of resistance “against Israel”.
al-Imam states there is nothing wrong with this kind of behavior by Muslims against innocent Israeli women. She claims Israeli women have no legal rights or human rights and therefore anything is permissible against them.


And on the video below is Nagla al-Imam with bruises after she got beaten by police. She then decides to do a quick conversion to pretend to be a victimized Coptic Christian and begins to seek asylum out of Egypt. What have we learned by now? Muslims are always the victims in anything and everything although they are the aggressors.
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Video: Bahrain protest footage from Muslim Brotherhood “democracy” rally

The Muslim Brotherhood working their “democracy” message in Bahrain, creating discord amongst the general public. Bahrain is a fairly democratic Muslim society compared to Saudi Arabia and will hardly improve anything with Muslim Brotherhood ideology! These caliphate expansion efforts are funded by Iran, plus other Arab nations like Syria, and Egypt who in turn got funding from the EU and the U.S. for rebuilding their economy to suit the new “democracy”. That was, btw, written with irony. These funds are used for military purposes.

Officially the Arabs of course blame the ‘wicked West’ for all their problems. The program is in Urdu but you get to see some footage from the Bahrain riots and protests we have seen very little of in the media.


Children’s summer camps, Hamas style

Every summer from June to August, the military wing of Hamas (Ezzedeen Al-Qassam Brigades) runs summer camps for Gaza’s youth. In contrast to the friendly archery fields with hay stacks and colorful targets, Hamas’ youth are dressed up in camouflage military attire and are trained to aim at Israeli targets.

Young Palestinian Girls Carrying Rockets, Gaza, Hamas, Terror

Hamas manages 300 summer camps in which kids are indoctrinated to fight to free Palestine from its “oppressive Zionists” and to release “political prisoners” held in Israeli prisons. Also part of the curriculum is to teach the kids how to hold a Qassam rocket launcher and perform mini training exercises such as crawling under barbed wire.

Last summer, Hamas staged a reenactment of Sgt. 1st Class Gilad Shalit’s abduction, the IDF soldier who was kidnapped by Hamas terrorists in 2006. At the reenactment, young campers detonated a model of an IDF tank.


Attempting to counter Hamas’ political Islamic indoctrination of children, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) opened alternative summer camps — where they teach universal values like peace and tolerance, and initiate summer games, thus giving the kids a fun event to look forward to. Hamas and other Islamist radicals view UNRWA as their main competition for influencing the minds of Gaza’s youth. Not only were the UNRWA camps harassed by radical Islamists, but, last summer armed, masked men set fire to two UNRWA summer camps.

Released female Palestinian terrorist brag on TV about her ‘excellent’ work

How absolutely inhumane, revolting and disgusting the entire mindset of these people are. They are truly demonic. This entire religion and their revolting followers are truly the anti-Christ of the earth, if there is such a thing. Here is Hamas female terrorist Ahlam Tamimi bragging about her excellent attempt to kill innocent people, with joy on her face. Israel should execute these people, not release them back anywhere.

Hamas terrorist Ahlam Tamimi was dealt 16 life sentences in Israeli prison before she was released in the Gilad Shalit prisoner exchange deal in October 2011. Tamimi masterminded the Sbarro Restaurant suicide bombing on August 9, 2011 which killed 16 Israelis and wounded 130.

Watch: Hamas Terrorist Ahlam Tamimi Interviewed on Al-Aqsa TV

On July 12, 2012 Hamas female terrorist Ahlam Tamimi was interviewed on Hamas’ Al-Aqsa TV.

Tamimi, one of the 1,027 prisoners released in the October 2011 Gilad Shalit exchange deal, was the mastermind behind the Sbarro Restaurant suicide bombing that killed 16 innocent Israeli civilians and wounded 130.

During the interview, Tamimi praised Abdallah Barghouti, the brains behind the attack for his expertise in assembling the bomb.

She noted that after the attack had taken place, there was a sense of happiness that was felt by all Palestinians in Jerusalem.

Today, Tamimi runs a talk show out of Jordan that airs on Al-Aqsa TV.