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Zulqi'dah 20, 1433/October 7, 2012 # 44
October 6: A convoy of 100 vehicles and more than 1,000
people led by Imran Khan is approaching South Waziristan in
Pakistan to protest against US drone strikes. They spent the
night in Dera Ismail Khan. It is said that the Pak Taliban
consider him too westernized to be entering their
territory. Code Pink and other western dissenters opposed to
drone attacks have joined Imran Khan.
Breaking news 2: President Obama is removing Gen. John Allen
who failed miserably to crush the Taliban. In fact in
September, the Taliban launched 3,000 attacks on NATO and
Afghan collaborator troops. [Source: Baltimore Sun, Sept.
29.] Obama has withdrawn the entire 30,000 troop force with
which he surged in Afghanistan but 68,000 US troops still
remain in defensive positions. The new general, Joseph
Dunford, led the marines in the attack on Iraq, and is said
to be very aggressive. [He is a White man from Georgetown
In the latest fighting, 2 US Special forces troops were
killed in Wardak province by Taliban small arms fire
Analysis of Syria
Breaking news 3: Syria's dictator Assad launched a new
offensive against Islamic forces holding on to large areas
of Aleppo. [October 6.] Assad's dilemma is that the Islamic
fighters have opened a corridor from Aleppo to Turkey. There
is heavy fighting in the suburbs of Damascus. Here the
Islamics achieved a victory on October 4 when they captured
an air defense base with its cache of missiles. On October
4, 180 people were killed in Syria, mostly civilians hit by
Assad's artillery fire, but return fire from defecting
soldiers killed 48 of Assad's troops.
The situation became more complex on October 3 when Syrian
mortar fire killed 5 Turkish women and children. Syria said
sorry but mortar fire kept hitting Turkey. Now 7 Syrian
troops have been killed in Turkish artillery fire. However,
Turkey is in no mood to go in and overthrow Assad [which the
Muslim world is praying for]. Assad's tank, artillery,
helicopter and jet fighter forces are intact. Unless the
mujahedine receive heavy weapons to destroy Assad's armor
and planes, the bitter conflict will continue.
Israel and the West are in a fix too because of the gains
being made by al-Qaida and other Islamic volunteers coming
in from the open border with Iraq. Russia and Iran are said
to be re-arming Assad but are denying it.
On October 5, al-Qaida type fighters hit Assad's troops in
Aleppo when there was a rumor that Assad had personally come
in to start the new offensive. The human bombers, typical of
al-Qaida, caused huge explosions killing 40 of Assad's
troops and wounding more than 100.
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October 3: Huge rally by Islamic women in Karachi, Pakistan,
to condemn US-French blasphemy against Prophet Muhammad,
pbuh. They are being addressed by Sirajul Haq, Jamaate
Islami's popular leader from Frontier province. [Inset with
raised fist.] On his left is JI Karachi's pious leader
Muhammad Hussain Mehnati. Women are pledging defeat for the
Jewish-Coptic abusers of the Prophet, pbuh. Who said hijabi
women stay at home?
Would you vote for Romney although he tells blatant lies?
See Dr. Wilmer Leon's brilliant critique of Romney's role in
the presidential debate.
Scroll to end.
Would you vote for Obama? Read what our astute Christian
friend Charles Carson has discovered. This is weird and
sinister and most people don't know of it.
Also check out Carlson's new web site. [Remember, he is the
one who debunked the slavery in Sudan story. Scroll way
Captured by the US when he was 15, Umar Khadr, Canadian
Muslim, has finally been sent to Canada. Will Canada treat
him just as he was in Guantanamo Bay? Scroll down to comment
by Moazzam Baig who ewas himself in Gtmo.
Leader of Islamic Movement of Pakistan hails the efforts of
We are upholding the noblest cause. Opposing Blasphemous
Mr. Kaukab Siddique, Ameer Jamaat al-muslimeen
Dear brother, asalamu alaikum
May Allah keep you in the best state, Ameen.
Your letter-cum-short article on the issue of the
preparation of the film with blasphemous content is
immensely insightful. The production of highly objectionable
film is an international crime that needs to be condemned
I also bear you out that response of top American leadership
on this issue is hypocritical. They are merely paying lip
service to appease the Muslims, but they haven't taken any
step to ban the film, let alone bringing the producers of
the film to task.
I do acknowledge with deep sense of gratitude that
conscientious intellectuals like your self are playing a
vital role in upholding the noblest cause.
May Allah bless your sincere endeavors.
(Syed Munawar Hasan)
[The letter is signed in ink.]
[We thank our sister-in-Islam in Detroit for the following
Hope for Dr. Omar Abdel Rahman & Other Muslim Prisoners in
September 26: Following his visit to the United Nations, the
President of Egypt, Dr. Mohammed Morsi, addressed the
Egyptian community in America. It was a large crowd.
Egyptians came from all over the US.
During his extensive speech, he referred briefly to Islamic
prisoners in the US. In summary, he said that his
negotiations with the US on behalf of the prisoners had been
delayed owing to the upheaval caused by the demonstrations
against the obscene attacks on the Prophet, pbuh.
He said that he will seriously do everything in his power to
get Dr. Omar Abdel Rahman [the Blind Shaykh] to be sent to
Egypt. He then added non-Egyptian prisoners such as the
Holy Land charity's leaders, Ghassan al-Ashi and 3 others,
should also be transferred to Egypt although they are
Palestinians not Egyptians. Then he extended his program to
include ALL Muslim prisoners to be transferred to Egypt if
they so wish.
Here is the link for his brief comments on prisoners. It is
What the Blind Shaykh, one of the greatest teachers of
Next to the youtube segment of Dr. Morsi, there is a youtube
segment of Dr. Omar Abdel Rahman. It is translated. Listen
carefully. This is why he was arrested by the US.. He was no
If you would like to follow Dr. Morsi's progress as the
President of Egypt on facebook, here is the link. It is in
Arabic but each one has translation with it: [though the
translation is not good, it is understandable].
Our America: Moto Moros, Mexico
No War on Iran
Jamaat al-Muslimeen leader Br. Robert Solano calls on
Americans to support a petition urging NO WAR on IRAN.
Please go to facebook and LIKE Robert Solano.
Also, see below, a letter critical of Iran.
Our America: Baltimore
Comment: Why African Americans are Unable to Counter
Zionist-Jewish control of USA
Br. David Anthony Wiggins The leadership of the African
American community suffers from a form of Stockholm
Syndrome; they love this racist system of government and
commerce and will do anything to keep from having the paid
agents thereof kill them like they did Malcolm X or MLK,Jr.
and the Black Panthers.
[Re: New Trend articles posted on facebook.] [The writers
leads the Black Think Tank in Baltimore.]
Our America: Atlanta
Comment: Leading Supporter of Abused & Homeless Muslim Women
Hails Br. Kaukab
Hadayai Majeed A wonderful man we have been friends for a
while now since 1998 when he received one of our notices
about opening a shelter program in Atlanta. Later he came to
visit and stood with me in the middle of an empty house with
no furniture and told me not to give up! Shukran Jazakallah
Khairun my dear friend.
[Re: Br. Kaukab's photo at Maulana Maudoodi's grave in
Lahore. See facebook]
Our America: The Prison Gulag.
Innocent Victims of US-UK Collusion handed over to American
Pleas of British Muslims fail: British PM Cameron Expresses
Five Muslims have been "extradited" to the US by UK. Chief
among them is scholar Abu Hamza al-Masri who lost both hands
and an eye fighting the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan
. The others are Babar Ahmed and Talha Ahsan [Pakistani
background] and Adel Abdul Bary and Khaled al-Fawwaz.
Read the charges against them. They are absurd and flimsy.
Al-Masry won the wrath of the Brits by giving khutbas on
jihad at Finsbury mosque in UK. The White man's "freedom of
expression" collapsed in front of his Islamic rhetoric. [He
is going to be held at the Metropolitan "correctional"
Center in New York where Dr. Omar Abdel Rahman was held at
Can you believe this: Abu Hamza has already been held for
EIGHT years in British prisons where, according to his
attorney, he has been syatematically SLEEP DEPRIVED.
British Muslims tried very hard to save Babar and Talha but
failed because British "justice" is even more "just" than
American "justice." Guess what they are accused of? WEB
SITES with support for al-Qaida! So the world powers cannot
tolerate al-Qaida web sites but think nothing of
Coptic-Jewish web sites insulting the Prophet, pbuh!
US Muslims should not be led astray by CAIR-ICNA types on
these issues. Remember that according to US's own
stipulations, you are innocent until proven guilty beyond a
From Br. Yusuf El-Irlandi, Advocacy Director, Jamaat
Only we Protested strongly in USA against Attacks on the
What makes Muslims better than others? It is the Forceful
[though non-Violent] opposition to Attacks on the Sacred.
Silence or passive Piety is not Enough.
In The Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.
A reminder from your brother El-Irlandi, firstly to himself,
and then to the Ummah of Muhammad (saw). To proceed:
"You are the best nation produced [as an example] for
mankind. You enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong
and believe in Allah. If only the People of the Scripture
had believed, it would have been better for them. Amongst
them are believers, but most of them are defiantly
disobedient (faasiqoon - perverted transgressors)." [Soorah
Aali 'Imraan (3):110]
I was sitting the other day waiting on my daughter to get
out of her Qur'an memorization class, and I was reading the
classical text entitled "Enjoining Good and Forbidding Evil"
authored by the classical scholar Shaikhul-Islam Ibn
Taymiyyah. The above ayah was mentioned with an explanation,
which I would like to liberally share with the readers. But
before I begin to share what the text says, I would like to
add my own thoughts
In light of the recent events, once again, with the blatant
disrespect of Islam all together, I believe this verse is
pertinent to the hue and cry raised by the Muslims all over
the world. It is refreshing to see that there are some
(surely not the weak pansy Western Muslims) have not been
classically conditioned by these statements, images, etc. Of
course, here, there was not a single group or publication
other than this one that spoke out against these events. As
a matter of fact, we were told locally here to offer our
apologies to the kuffar for making this movie. Stockholm
syndrome and house Muslimism. Of course, this has nothing to
do with the unfortunate death of the Libyan ambassador,
because no violence or killing should ever happen, but, I
think these Western governments should be made to pay his
family the diyaa because of their purposeful constant
publication of these things under the guise of "freedom of
The text poses the questions: "Why should enjoining what is
right and forbidding what is wrong and believing in Allah
make this nation the best of nations, though these three
characteristics were found in other nations?"
The classical scholar Ar-Razi gives the following answer:
"Belief in Allah is shared by all the nations of whom Allah
sent Messengers. That means it is not possible for belief, a
fate common to all, to alone determine which nation is the
best. The betterness here arises from the fact that this
nation is more forceful in enjoining good and forbidding bad
than all other nations."
I say (El-Irlandi): Images have been made of Maryam (a.s.)
on different cartoon shows and no other group of Christians
raised a hue and cry about it. They did not like it, but
they claim it is freedom of speech. The Muslims I know who
saw this were more angered than the Christians about it!
Remember my beloved nation, we are the victims. BUT, we have
made ourselves the victims. We did it with our own hands and
sins. Today, let us be able to look in the mirror and be
proud of our Lord, our Religion, and our Prophet
Letter: The Other Side of Iran
in your Sept 29th, 2012 Magazine issue, you wrote the
I had some concern over IRAN's role in Syria, and Middle
East countries specially IRAQ after the so-called War ended
by US. May be you already know about it. but it's a fact
that the Sunni Muslims are directly oppressed by the Iranian
backed Syrian Regime. Hizbullah is fighting openly with the
Syrian Army against the rebel groups... who want to remove
Bashar Assad . China and Russia is also supporting them.
Iran has NEVER committed aggression against anyone.
Iran has not committed terrorist acts or covert acts of
violence against anyone.
Iran under Ahmedinejad has consistently tried to develop
friendly relations with the USA.
Iran's government is a freely elected, democratic
government with an outspoken parliament to which women and
minorities [including Jews] have been elected.
Iran does not have an atomic bomb and even if it were
trying for one will not have one for years.
Your above 5 points are OK, but IRAN is playing the very
Worst Game, which is unseen currently... everyone knows that
current IRAQ government run by shia group are directly
connected with IRAN's govternment , and US is supporting
this government in terms of Military and Financially. so why
we deny the Fact that IRAN is not very Innocent ? As
compared to Israel, yes thats true, but the role of IRAN is
fine as controlled media are telling us.
wassalam u alaikum
Letter: Reader thinks there is freedom of expression in
America & New Trend has no future.
Do you have any actual evidence that the video was made by
Jews? And I mean actual evidence, not conspiratorial
ramblings. Also, the US is not going to violate the first
amendment of its own constitution to please a bunch of angry
mobs. The elite may see fit to bend or violate the first
amendment when it suits their interests, and they must be
consistently opposed in this, but you would be daft to think
they are going to do it just because some Muslims get angry.
Nor should they. Without the protections of the first
amendment, your publication would have been shuttered years
ago and you yourself could be sitting in a jail cell for
various speech and thought 'crimes.' Do you really think
you could publish New Trend while living in France or
Germany or even Pakistan? The former two countries would
charge you with holocaust denial and in the latter some
bearded buffoon, offended by one of your editorials
criticizing unjust practices that some muslims engage in,
would smear you as a munkar-e-hadis or ghayr muqallid and
possibly have you brought up on trumped up blasphemy
charges. These ahle sunnat blokes, for example, had a
deobandi man charged with blasphemy because he tore down a
poster advertising a mawlid that he thought was an occasion
bidaat. Do you really think you would be treated better in
the long run? Even if JI was capable of protecting you,
would they, given your articles critical of Mawdudi? So I
think we should all be grateful for the first amendment.
It's one of things that the US does get right.
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The Meaning of QE3
By Chales E Carlson, September 28, 2012
We wrote Obama or Romney: The Banker Fraternity's Choice for
Serial Warrior? on September 3, 2012, one week before
Bernanke announce his QE-3. It reads:
"The Banker Fraternity wants another Quantitative Easing,
meaning electronic printing of dollars, maybe even a
thousand billion new dollars, which would enter our economy,
not at the food stamp or public works level, but at the
bankers' level." 1
We choose not to predict who the FED would push for our
President, but we stated that its actions would give us a
clear picture of which candidate the bankers want or do not
want. We wrote, "On September 11, or soon thereafter, Ben
Bernanke will announce when and how much new "stimulus" will
be injected into the economy like crystals of Meth under the
tongue. If the amount is huge and the date is imminent, such
as "we started yesterday," this will signal the fix is on
for Obama to return to the White House. A positive stock
market is the President's hope for reelection."
And is that not exactly what happened? In spit of sluggish
economic news, the stock market is near record high ground,
just in time for the election, and Mr. Obama is gaining at
the polls. This should not be construed to mean Romney is
not also a good fit for the bankers' President. But the
bankers are clearly satisfied with President Obama; a reason
we consumers can not trust either candidate.
Most of us do not have an inking of how QE-3 is supposed to
shore up the economy, except that we have heard it is to
encourage real estate loans, and the FED will spend $40
billion per month. No one asks where Mr. Bernanke will get
all this money. The FED will print $40 billion a month,
maybe for years, to buy up millions of bad mortgages that
bankers have left from the last real estate boom and
It took only two weeks after Bernanke's speech for a
Bloomberg News' reporter to figure out what we had said in
advance. . . the prime beneficiaries of QE-3 are not
consumers longing for homes of their own, but the bankers
who are stuck with bad mortgages.
Bloomberg's story puts it this way: "Fed Helps Lenders'
Profit More Than Homebuyers". "The Fed is targeting the $5.2
trillion market for mortgage bonds guaranteed by
government-backed Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae,
which helps determine the rates that lenders can offer.
Lenders bundle about 90 percent of new loans into the
securities to sell to investors, giving them funds to make
The Bloomberg story does a decent job of explaining the
essence of the deal which simply gives banks a chance to
pawn off their old, dead and dying mortgages into the
willing pocket of the the FED, which does not really care if
it is bad paper because it prints the money to buy them.
I also want you to know this scam could be fixed in a
heartbeat to funnel most benefit to home buyers with just
six words from the FED... WE WILL BUY ONLY NEW PAPER. If
Bernanke announced this simple policy, the banks would hurry
to make new loans to anyone who could sign, and it would
indeed trigger a real estate boom that would boost the
building and real estate business and lots of related
businesses. "For Sale" signs would soon come down in your
neighborhood. The bankers would still make their origination
fees, but this would not be nearly so juicy as the scheme
that allows them to unload old, bad paper for newly printed
We must never forget, the FED is not owned by the taxpayers,
but by the biggest and most powerful banks, so the bank's
interest always comes first. The FED could do the same thing
at will with commercial loans to small businesses... if they
wanted to. Should monetary decisions be made this way? Of
Massive gifts to businesses or classes of individuals can
only lead to more chaos in a year or two. We all know
instinctively that someone has to pay for every bad loan and
every crafty, self-serving decision made at Bernanke's
level. It is we the consumer (not necessarily the taxpayer)
who pays in higher prices for everything we buy with our
depleted and debased dollars. The FED can never go broke
because it can print an endless supply of dollars for any
scheme. We have a limited supply of dollars, and will
eventually be unable to pay for the inflated food and basic
If we could ignore the short-sighted benefits of this
"crystals of Meth under the tongue" and if we had power to
do something, what should be our course be? We should
support the audit law Ron Paul finally got passed through
the House — The Federal Reserve Transparency Act. Harry
Reid, the Senate Majority Leader and Nevada Democrat, has
vowed it will not be put to a vote in the Senate. We should
insist the FED be physically occupied and nationalized, not
just audited... it is a private business, which is another
way of saying "eliminate the FED." We will never be free of
war and inflation until this is done.3
Most important, we should explain to our children and
friends what we have learned about the FED and other control
factions. Politics and Faith are not proper and polite
subjects of conversation in the 21st century where our
standards are increasing guided by the media, bankers, and
politicians. We need to set our own social standards of what
issues are important, and tell those most dear to us the
painful truths we have learned. Our children will not thank
us for keeping them ignorant.
Omar Khadr repatriated to Canada
Moazzam Begg :
After 11 years of severe torture in Bagram and Guantanamo
this young, emaciated, pale and uncomplaining boy - who I
saw imprisoned at the age of 15, with his eye shot out and
two huge exit wounds in his chest and shoulder - is
returning to Canada. Allahu Akbar. But, before anyone thinks
his ordeal is over know this: he's going to Canada's most
secure Supermax prison where he will remain quite possibly
for several more years and contact with is family is
something the government will try and prevent. And, although
his return is one step forward, it is his release and
unification with his family that will bring his nightmare to
I pray this is the end of this ordeal, and not the beginning
of another in a Canada Supermax prison. May Allah ease his
hardship and reunite him with his family. The cub who became
a lion in our brother Umar, and he is still on... the
winning side. Allah tests us with little things (relative to
what Umar went through) but we are barely hanging on the
winning side. May Allah make us of the winners not the
The First 2012 Presidential Debate - Style vs. Substance
Dr. Wilmer J. Leon III
Governor Romney and President Obama squared off in Denver.
The stakes were high as well as the expectations. Many
characterized this as Romney's last gasp, his last effort to
restart his campaign. Unfortunately, President Obama allowed
him to do just that.
This evening came down to a matter of style vs. substance
and unfortunately this is an electorate that buys style and
does not understand the substance. Romney was assertive,
aggressive, and clearly understood that he had to sell
himself to the viewers even if he had to lie to do so.
President Obama was listless, rarely making eye contact with
Romney, and his constantly looking down and away from Romney
made him look defeated.
The President allowed too many of Romney's repeated lies to
go unchallenged. Romney continued to say that the President
took $716B from Medicare and that those cuts will impact
service. That lie has been debunked by numerous sources but
the President failed to mention that and that the Ryan plan
cuts the same amount and then cuts more. He did not drive
home the point that his plan cuts reimbursements to
providers not services to recipients while the Romney/Ryan
plan cuts coverage.
The President allowed Romney to say that "Obamacare" will
cause 20M Americans to loose health coverage. The reality is
that the 20M number Romney referenced is part of a range of
wildly divergent estimates from the CBO and is at the very
upper threshold of the range and not a projection. Also, on
the "Obamacare" reference, the President did say he likes
the reference but failed to provide his reasoning. He has
recently started saying, "I like the term Obamacare -because
I do care". He could have scored valuable points with that
rebuttal this evening.
The President did well on his command of the data
(substance) regarding Romney's tax plan but failed to
provide a succinct rebuttal to Romney's denial of the
reality (style). He did well with former President Clinton's
"the math just does not add up" line but was so flat and
unemphatic (if I can make up a word) with his delivery that
it sounded almost as though he did not have confidence in
his own words.
Romney's 5-point plan for progress was not a plan but a
goal. A plan is a detailed program or method worked out
beforehand for the accomplishment of an objective or goal. A
goal is a direction. Romney talked about energy
independence; job creation, etc. but offered no policy
initiatives to get there (a plan). Later, when challenged by
the President to provide specifics (a plan), Romney said he
would lay out goals and go to Congress and ask how to get
them accomplished. That sounds like a man who does not
understand that the president has the power of the bully
pulpit, sets direction, and offers real plans (policy
initiatives) to success. By going to Congress and asking how
to get things accomplished Romney sounds like he would "lead
from behind." The President allowed Romney to get away with
that blatant contradiction.
There was no mention of Romney's plan to ignore the 47% of
voters who see themselves as "victims" and who are
"dependent upon government." In his closing the President
could have asked a simple question, "how can you plan to be
the President of the United States and by your own admission
ignore 47 percent of the electorate?" There was no mention
of Romney's tenure at Bain Capital. The President seemed to
run from the very ads that he has endorsed.
Going into the debate President Obama was extending his lead
in many battle ground states. According to Real Clear
Politics.com the President is up in Florida 48-46, Wisconsin
51-44, Michigan 52-42, and Ohio 49-44. We will see how
significant of a bump Romney gets from his showing this
evening and how long it lasts.
Tonight it was style over substance and style won. President
Obama did not bring his "A" game and he owes us more than
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