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THE HIPPY ETHIC OF SEX, DRUGS AND ROCK AND ROLL IS ENTIRELY INCOMPATIBLE WITH ISLAM SEX The Qu‟ran (2:223) says, “Women are your fields. Go then into your fields as you please.” The only prohibitions in Islam are vaginal intercourse during menstruation and anal intercourse. Oral sex should not lead to any naajis (impure) substance being swallowed otherwise “anything goes” as long as it‟s done within the confines of one‟s home and within the confines of marriage – there is no “free love” or “pre-marital relationships” in Islam. If you are a male you might get away with a little hanky-panky here and there but if you are a muslima you better watch out: Islam encourages a phenomenon known as honor killings. This Islamic practice consists of the murder of female family members who are seen as dishonoring their families through real or perceived acts, such as premarital sexual relations

or unapproved dating. Honor killings are justified under Islam in some Muslim countries such as Saudi Arabia. For example, tenth-grade textbooks teach Saudi children that it is permissible to kill adulterers. In April 2008, a girl was killed by her father for talking to a boy on Facebook. A leading Saudi cleric, Sheikh Ali al-Maliki, was outraged that girls had access to such websites where they could post pictures of themselves and otherwise "behave badly," but showed no concern over the girl actually killed. Then there is the lack of freedom due to arranged marriages – where your parents pick who you will spend the rest of your life with based on their criterions. DRUGS For the Islamists, there is no compromise whatsoever regarding illicit drugs and alcoholic beverages; they are called “abominations and the work of Satan.”1 Under Shari'ah the minimum penalty for drinking wine or any other intoxicant is 80 lashes. The word Islamists use for intoxicants is khamr, from the root word khamara, which means, to cover. Thus anything that befogs, covers or hinders the mind is prohibited. These are the words that were spoken by 'Umar ibn al-Khattab from the pulpit of the Prophet, providing muzzies with a decisive criterion for defining what falls under the prohibited category of khamr. There remains then no room for doubts and questions: any substance which has the effect of befogging or clouding the mind, impairing its faculties of thought, perception, and discernment is prohibited by Allah and His Messenger until the Day of Resurrection. Drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, opium, and the like are definitely included in the prohibited category of khamr. When muzzie‟s recall the principle that impure and harmful things have been made haram, there can be no doubt in their “minds” concerning the prohibition of such substances such as drugs. Muslim jurists were unanimous in prohibiting those drugs which were found during their respective times and places. Foremost among them was Sheikh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, who said, This solid grass (hashish) is haram, whether or not it produces intoxication. Sinful people smoke it because they find it produces rapture and delight, an effect similar to drunkenness. While wine makes the one who drinks it active and quarrelsome, hashish produces dullness and lethargy; furthermore, smoking it disturbs the mind and temperament, excites sexual desire, and leads to shameless promiscuity, and

these are greater evils than those caused by drinking. The use of it has spread among the people after the coming of the Tartars. The hadd punishment (The Qur'an specifies the punishments for certain crimes, such as lashing for drinking wine and equal retaliation or compensation in the case of murder or injuries. These punishments are called hadd (plural, hudud), meaning "the limit set by Allah." (Trans.) for smoking hashish, whether a small or large amount of it, is the same as that for drinking wine, that is, eighty or forty lashes. He explained the imposition of hadd for smoking hashish in the following manner: It is the rule of the Islamic Shari'ah that any prohibited thing which is desired by people, such as wine and illicit sexual relations, is to be punished by imposing hadd, while the violation of a prohibited thing which is not desired, such as (eating) the flesh of a dead animal, calls for ta'zir. (For crimes concerning which no specified punishment is mentioned in the Qur'an or Ahadith, the Muslim government may introduce its own punishments, such as fines or imprisonment. Such a punishment is called ta'zir. (Trans.)) Now hashish is something which is desired, and it is hard for the addict to renounce it Accordingly, the application of the texts of the Qur'an and Sunnah to hashish is similar to that of wine. (Fatawa Ibn Taymiyyah, vol. 4, p. 262 f. Also see his book, Al-Siyasah alShar'iyyah.) This includes ecstasy, Special K, acid, marijuana,2 heroin, cocaine, alcohol, and anything else that affects the mind. What about medical marijuana. There is no use of any of these substances even in a medical context – They ask you about intoxicants say, „In them there is a gross sin, and some benefits for the people, (alcohol in medicine for example, cocaine in anesthesia and pain medications). But their sinfulness far outweighs their benefit.‟ The more muzzies we let in this country the less of chance there is that pot will ever be legalized. They form a solid anti-drug voting bloc. And

if Sharia law ever took effect in this country people who are caught selling or possessing it would be lashed. All pro-marijuana groups would be banned. Pot people should think about the people already locked up for reefer and what it would be like in theocratic, totalitarian state. ROCK AND ROLL An early sign of hippyism is attraction to music. According to the Islamists, music is a useless activity that puts one in a state of total passiveness. The benefit and pleasure taken from music involves a meaning of deep slavery in passion. Since Islam is the sworn enemy of passiveness and slavery in passion, there can be no music other than that which sings and extols the virtues of Allah. This was apparent to others: The Nazis realized that a deep-rooted understanding of the Jew and his culture underlay the forms of jazz and swing. Swing was a component of modernism, the refuse of a rotting society. Jazz was used by the Jews to corrupt the Aryan race through musical race defilement. Jazz and swing were immediately banned when Hitler took power in 1933. Islam says, let those who refuse to obey Him beware lest calamity strike them, or a painful torment. The Prophet Chester the Molester said: “Allah the Mighty and Majestic sent me as a guidance and mercy to believers and commanded me to do away with musical instruments, flutes, strings, crucifixes, and the affairs of the pre-Islamic period of ignorance…On the Day of Resurrection, Allah will pour molten lead into the ears of whoever sits listening to a songstress…Song makes hypocrisy grow in the heart as water does herbage…This Ummah will experience the swallowing up of some people by the earth, metamorphosis of some into animals, and being rained upon with stones.” Someone asked, “When will this be, O Messenger of Allah?” and he said, “When songstresses and musical instruments appear and wine is held to be lawful…There will be peoples of my Ummah who will hold fornication, silk, wine, and musical instruments to be lawful.” In plain Aramaic, never! All of this is explicit and compelling textual evidence that musical instruments of all types are unlawful.3 In a 1996 interview with the journal Sobh Ayatollah Khamenei wrote that children should not be allowed to play music. ''Teaching music is not in accordance with the Islamic establishment, and teaching music to schoolchildren brings corruption,'' he said. The partially blinded Mullah Muhammad Omar followed these mandates and banned all non-religious music in Afghanistan. Omar never appeared in public. Most Afghans had

no idea what he looked like because of an edict issued by him that banned photographing humans. NO LONG HAIR “We are cutting hair that hangs over the forehead because when you pray it gets in the way of your forehead touching the ground; the devil stands between you and God,” said Maulawi Abdul Rashid Darkasti of the Taliban‟s religious police. A newspaper correspondent from the Saudi government daily Al-Watan was arrested by the Authority for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vices and taken to its Riyadh office. Inspector Abu Abd Al-„Aziz asked the prisoner to remove his Kaffiyeh, and after he had done so, told him, “Your hair is long and we want to cut it... Such long hair is proper only for the third sex [i.e. homosexuals].” The correspondent refused to allow his hair to be cut, but the investigator threatened to cut his hair by force. A barber then entered and cut the correspondent's hair. NO DANCE CLUBS Sheik Mitwalli al-Sha`arawi stated that, “all female dancing is bad.”4 The Learned Elders of Islam agree, however, there are some exceptions. When thousands of kuffar were killed it was permissible for women to dance and men to observe the dancing. In Nablus, Beirut, and eastern Occupied Jerusalem thousands of believers celebrated the September 11th Manhattan / Arlington Raids, by dancing and chanting “Allahu Akbar” and distributing candy to passersbys. THE WAR ON DRUGS AND 9/11 The 9/11 “shaheeds” trained in America. The FBI was made aware of the fact that suddenly the number of Arab student pilots had skyrocketed. But they were too busy wasting agent hours busting people like me and 60 other pot dealers who one connection ratted down on. What else could they do? The Islamists were not considered a threat even after the first World Trade Center attack and the Soviet Union had imploded. The War on Drugs

was why at least 3,000 people died. In 1973, the FBI reported that there were 328,670 arrests for drug law violations. In 2000, that number rose to 1,579,566. Why? One reason was that in 1992 Bush the Elder‟s U.S. Attorney General William Barr announced that he was shifting the priorities of approximately three hundred FBI agents to the nation‟s War on Drugs. Barr cited a decrease in tensions with the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc, as the reason for allowing the FBI shift from counterintelligence to anti-drug work. Between 1992 and 1998 Federal drug convictions increased from 1,925 to 3,253 per year -- a 69% jump. In 1998 the FBI adopted a 5-year strategic plan that established the FBI investigative priorities in a 3-tier system. Tier I priorities were "foreign intelligence, terrorist, and criminal activities that directly threaten the National or Economic Security of the United States." Tier II priorities were "crimes that affect the public safety or undermine the integrity of American society: drugs, organized crime, civil rights, and public corruption." Tier III priorities were "crimes that affect individuals and property such as violent crime, car theft, and telemarketing scams…” On another level, “On March 15, 1999, shortly after Director of Central Intelligence George Tenet asserted the U.S. Intelligence Community was declaring war on Usama bin Laden and al Qaeda, FBI Headquarters established national level priorities within its Counterterrorism Program. Bin Laden and al-Qaeda, along with the bin Laden-allied Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ) and al-Gama'at al-Islamiyya (IG), were designated as “priority group one" for the FBI's counterterrorism efforts.5 But this was not followed: When the Department of Justice studied the case of 9/11 shaheeds Nawaf al-Hazmi and al-Midhar in San Diego the chronology revealed no appreciable shift in resources by the FBI's San Diego Field Office in response to these changed priorities. It found that prior to the September 11th Raids, the actual investigative priority for the San Diego Field Office was drug trafficking. According to former San Diego Special Agent in Charge William Gore, the highest concentration of FBI agents and resources in San Diego was directed at combating drug trafficking based on the FBI's process and procedures used each year to set priorities in its field offices. He said that white-collar crime was the office's second priority, and violent crime was its third priority.

Counterterrorism was only the fourth priority for the San Diego FBI office. The counterterrorism efforts in San Diego were directed primarily at Hamas and related groups and the majority of San Diego's counterterrorism investigations targeted activities related to the indirect support of Jihad conducted by those groups. It is clear that the major reason al-Qaeda was able to effectuate the September 11th Raids was because the FBI was busy pursuing the Drug War, not the War on Terrorism. According to an external review of the FBI, by 2000 there were twice as many agents devoted to drug enforcement matters as to counterterrorism. On September 11, 2001, only about 1,300 agents, or six percent of the FBI‟s total personnel, worked on counterterrorism. On May 10, 2001, the Department issued guidance for developing the fiscal year 2003 budget that made reducing the incidence of gun violence and reducing the trafficking of illegal drugs priority objectives.6 The American Government reported, Prior to the terrorist attacks of September 11, national security, including counterterrorism, was a top-tier priority for the FBI. However, this top tier combined national security responsibilities with other issues, and the FBI‟s focus and priorities were not entirely clear. According to a Congressional Research Service report, the events of September 11 made clear the need to develop a definitive list of priorities. In June 2002, the FBI‟s director announced 10 priorities. The top 3 priorities were to (1) protect the United States from terrorist attack (counterterrorism), (2) protect the United States against foreign intelligence operations and espionage (counterintelligence), and (3) protect the United States against cyber-based attacks and high-technology crimes (cyber crime). White-collar crime ranked seventh in the priority list and violent crime ranked eighth. Drug crimes that were not part of transnational or national criminal organizations were not specifically among the FBI‟s top 10 priorities.7 Before September 11th the FBI went after even minor violations of drug laws and obtained numerous convictions. What happened was that alQaeda was left to do the work of Jihad while FBI drug referrals, prosecutions, and convictions shot up. The FBI followed drug suspects, tracked down fugitives who had been at large for decades, and ran up many additional agent hours in cases where this sort of attention was not merited. Instead of relying on investigatory work, the United States Attorney‟s Office and the FBI bureaucrats sat back in their offices, waiting to hear from their Field Agents that another suspect was willing to give up

his confederates in return for a downward departure from the Minimum Mandatory Sentences Congress had legislated for drug offenses. The federal secret police were after seizures of cash and property so that they could point to this should Congress tie their purse strings any tighter. The Clinton Administration was happy with the FBI and Justice Department‟s agenda. In the year 2000 the federal police were proud that there was more than $2.7 billion in the federal government‟s Asset Forfeiture Fund. This was what their minds were focused on. For this fixation with drugs and money, Americans paid a great price. Economists for the International Monetary Fund estimated that the September 11th attacks cost the United States $21 billion, based only on property losses and insurance costs. The Federal Reserve Bank of the United States estimated the attack cost the city $33 billion to $36 billion in lost wages and business, property damage and cleanup. Another factor came into play that worked in Islamists‟ favor: During the Clinton years the number of FBI intelligence officers almost quintupled, jumping from 224 in 1992 to 1,025 in 1999. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act physical break-in warrants climbed from 484 in 1992 to 886 in 1999. But these additional intelligence officers and warrants produced very few court actions. In 1998, for example, only 45 of the FBI‟s 12,730 convictions involved what the department classified as “internal security” or “terrorism” matters. In 1999 the FBI had more special agents and support staff than at any time in its entire 90-year history, more than at the height of the Cold War, yet it was unable to stop terrorists, because it was concentrating on arresting drug dealers as images of brains frying like eggs replaced sugarplums and fairies in the minds of the two political parties. Brent Scowcroft contended that the best FBI agents worked criminal cases, not counterterrorism cases that were not linked to traditional criminal work. The criminal vs. intelligence investigation took on a greater and greater significance and even provided an excuse not to act. For example when the FBI finally concluded that Khalid al-Midhar was a terrorist and a “risk to the national security of the United States” the Joint Committee on Intelligence reported, That communication precipitated a debate between FBI Headquarters and New York Field Office personnel as to

whether to open an intelligence or criminal investigation on Khalid al-Midhar. A New York FBI agent tried to convince Headquarters to open a criminal investigation, given the importance of the search for Khalid al-Midhar and the limited resources available in intelligence investigations, but Headquarters declined to do so. An e-mail exchange between Headquarters and the New York agent described the debate, “If al-Midhar is located the interview must be conducted by an intell agent. A criminal agent CAN NOT be present at the interview. This case, in its entirety, is based on intell. If at such a time as information is developed indicating the existence of a substantial federal crime, that information will be passes over the wall according to proper procedures and turned over for follow-up criminal investigation.” From the New York agent, “Whatever has happened to this – someday someone will die – and wall or not – the public will not understand why we were not more effective and throwing every resource we had at certain „problems.‟ Let‟s hope the FBI‟s National Security Law Unit will stand behind their decisions [about the „wall‟] then, especially since the biggest threat to us now, Usama bin Laden, is getting the most „protection.‟” THE RESULTS OF THE WAR ON DRUGS America is the “land of the free.” But carefully observe the numbers of people imprisoned in Western dominated countries and compare them to the numbers imprisoned in Iran. U.S. 2.00 million, China: 1.41 million, Russia: 1.01 million, India: 230,000, Ukraine: 210,000, Brazil: 170,000, South Africa: 140,000, Iran: 100,000. Between 1972 and 2000, the number of people behind bars in the United States rose from 330,000 to nearly 2 million. Seventy percent of these were non-violent drug offenders. In the latter year, the number of adults under “correctional supervision” - behind bars, on parole or on probation - reached 6.47 million, equaling one in every 32 adults. Six countries - the United States, Yemen, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Iran - accounted for all the executions of juvenile offenders since 1990. But the United States accounts for half of these executions.8

HOW THE BLOATED PRISON POPULATION WORKS IN TERRORISTS FAVOR As of July 2006, the BOP reported an inmate population of 191,224, an increase of 70 percent from 1996 when the population was at 112,289. The number of high-risk inmates who have been identified as needing heightened security monitoring, such as gang leaders, gang members, socalled international and domestic terrorists, also has increased over the last 10 years by approximately 60 percent. As of July 2006, the BOP had identified 19,720 such inmates. During this same 10-year time period, the number of BOP staff grew at a more modest rate of 14 percent, from 30,212 to 34,655. The BOP lacks a sufficient intelligence capability to adequately analyze inmate mail, visits, and telephone conversations to detect jihadist activity. The SIS offices in BOP institutions have more experience with intelligence gathering to detect and deter traditional criminal activity than so-called terrorism. The SIS staff have implemented investigative techniques and established relationships with other law enforcement agencies that assist SIS staff in gathering and analyzing information about criminal activity in BOP institutions, such as drug introduction and gang violence. However, the methods used by SIS staff to analyze intelligence for traditional criminal activity are not sufficient for detecting our activity. NEW FBI POST 9/11 PRIORITIES CAUSE BIG PROBLEMS FOR ISLAMISTS Between the FBI‟s preoccupation with the War on Drugs, and Clinton‟s preoccupation with fornication, Islamists were able to inflict great pain on a civilization characterized by an advanced, complex and dense infrastructure. The current situation has made it much more difficult for terrorists to pursue the pillar of Jihad. The FBI has reorganized. Further, the FBI's intelligence budget has been rationalized, with an initial realignment of this funding enacted in 2006. Now the FBI focuses on preventing acts of terrorism and, where prevention fails, responding to and investigating acts of terrorism; countering foreign intelligence activities and investigating acts of espionage including economic espionage. The FBI admitted that drug fighting has taken the biggest hit. The FBI drug budget skyrocketed 76%, from $278 million in 1993 to $489 million in 2001. But the budget for the War on Drugs in 2002 has plunged 35%, to $320 million,

back to 1994 levels.9 In 2002 21% of the FBI‟s resources were devoted to drugs and organized crime gangs, by 2003 this figure dropped to 14%. In the same period resources devoted to counter-terrorism rose from 26% to 36%.10 The FBI has no choice but to redirect experienced narcotics agents to the fight on Islamism. It would take years to train new agents to conduct such sophisticated investigations; rookies typically track stolen cars across state lines and catch bank robbers. In 1999 there were a total of 28,192 FBI employees: 11,646 agents and 16,546 support staff. In September 2002, 900 new agents were hired. The Counter Terrorism Division was expanded, adding 14 new “sections” and “units” specializing in trying to forestall the Islamist world revolution. Five hundred and eighteen agents were reassigned to counter-Islamist operations from within the agency. Of them, 400 came from the anti-drug crimes division, 59 were shifted from white-collar crime divisions and another 59 were transferred from the violent crime-fighting sections. Indeed, the FBI has transferred even more agent positions than it originally announced and has augmented those agents with the short-term assignment of additional field agents from drug and other law enforcement areas to work on counterterrorism. Before leaving office former United States Attorney General John Ashcroft said American law enforcement agencies have now created a “most wanted list” of 54 drug organizations that must be toppled here and abroad, and this is what they will focus on. After the September 11th terrorist victory the number of agents working narcotics cases dropped 45%, bank fraud cases dropped 31% and bank robbery investigations dropped 25%. As would be expected, the number of newly opened drug cases has fallen in relation to the decline in the number of field agent positions allocated to drug enforcement. None-the-less senior FBI officials believed that most of the FBI‟s 56 field offices still were not shifting from their focus on solving traditional federal crimes like bank robberies, drug trafficking and kidnappings, and concentrating on terrorist activities. The Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003 hinted that the law enforcement and intelligence communities were finally realizing the extent of Islamist destructive power: Defendants in federal cases who are accused of certain crimes are presumptively denied pretrial release. The list of crimes

currently includes drug offenses carrying prison term of ten years or more but it does not include most terrorism offenses. Thus, persons accused of many drug offenses are presumptively to be detained before trial, but no comparable presumption exists for persons accused of most terrorist crimes… Terrorism is at least as dangerous to the United States' national security as drug offenses. Every major FBI office in the country is monitoring terrorist activities. This involves 24-hour monitoring of our telephone calls, e-mail messages and Internet use, as well as scrutiny of our credit-card charges, our travel and our visits to neighborhood gathering places, including mosques. A new FBI program calls upon the FBI‟s 56 field offices to count the number of mosques and Muslims in their areas. The information is to be used by the FBI to gauge the number of investigations and FISA warrants – that is establish a quota - that a field office could reasonably be expected to produce in the area it is assigned to monitor. If the numbers don‟t compute that will trigger an automatic inspection from headquarters to figure out why they aren‟t living up to that. CAIR responded: “This is obviously an indication to FBI field agents that they have to view every mosque and every Muslim as a potential terrorist.” Jewish Representatives Jerrold Nadler of New York and Senator Russell Feingold of Wisconsin said in a letter to former Attorney General Ashcroft that the survey is in reality ethnic and religious profiling and “is just the latest episode in what seems to be an unconstitutional abuse of power.” These Jews must want to die. Under pressure to secure more terrorism convictions, the Justice Department misclassified 46% of its terrorism convictions in 2002. The General Accounting Administration of the United States reported: The overall accuracy of the remaining 156 convictions is questionable because, at the time of our review, under the Government Performance Results Act of 1993, the Executive Office of U.S. Attorneys had not validated the reliability of the terrorism-related conviction data for United States Attorney Office districts that reported less than four domestic or international terrorism-related convictions or convictions involving terrorismrelated hoaxes or terrorist financing. Thus, we have concerns about the overall accuracy of the Executive Office of U.S. Attorneys conviction statistics to be included in the Department of Justice‟s fiscal year 2002

Annual Performance Report. Many hoaxes were reported as attempted terrorist acts.11 In 2003 Federal and state courts authorized the use of wiretaps and other electronic surveillance in 1,442 criminal cases12 while the FBI reported the number of FISA warrants jumped to more than 1,700.13 The number of warrantless taps ordered by President Bush under the Emergency War Powers Act far exceeded this so no conversation was safe.
1. Qu’ran (5:90) 2. In 1994 Colonel Qaddafi stated, “Israel grows marijuana in Palestine and exports large amounts to Arab nations in order to conquer them with drugs instead of arms. Each soldier using drugs is lost to the cause against the western enemy, and must be related to as a traitor because he is carrying out the plot of the Zionist enemy.” – Jewish Press February 25, 1994 – “Libyan Ruler Accuses Israel of Ruining Arabs with Drugs.” The Taliban took a less harsh view: According to a review of the Taliban penal code by New York Times reporter Amy Waldman, Article 6 of the penal code specified the following penalty for pot-growing: “A person who cultivates marijuana will be jailed until his family members get rid of the plant.” 3. Kaff al-ra'a' 'an muharramat al-lahw wa al-sama' (y49), 2.269-70 4. The Economist May 21, 1988. 5. 6. 7. 8 From Amnesty International Group 365 Massachusetts, USA website 9. FBI Convictions by Lead Charge 1974 – 2001 The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) is a data gathering, data research and data distribution organization associated with Syracuse University. 10. 11. Highlights of GAO-03-266, a report to the Honorable Dan Burton, House Committee on Government Reform 12. Report Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts April 30, 2004 13. Dan Eggen and Susan Schmidt “Justice Department Shifts Its Focus to Battling Terrorism” Washington Post May 1, 2004; Page A01