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Monday, July 14, 2008

Afghanistan: The Other Side of The Coin

Cross posted from Spree's Wake Up America. HT to brat.

Last week I brought you the words of Afghan 'terps, who are working alongside the coalition forces to rebuild their country into a safe place to raise their families. Today? The other side of the coin. Last week I found a piece on another family: the bin Laden family. It seems one of the bin Laden sons is determined to follow in his father's footsteps. Canada Free Press carried this, and it should be required reading for......well, you know.lol... It really needs no extra commentary from me, so read on:

Sheikh Hamza bin Laden

“Baby-faced” bin Laden boy’s bar mitzvah debut on World Web

By Judi McLeod Wednesday, July 9, 2008

imageIt is only the British tabloids that could describe Osama bin Laden’s infidel-hating son, Hamza, as a poet.

“THIS (emphasis, The Sun’s) is Osama Bin (sic) Laden’s school-age son, who yesterday continued his father’s mission of hate—with a POEM (emphasis The Sun’s) begging for Britain to be destroyed.”

(Simon Hughes, Chief Investigative Reporter, The Sun, July 8, 2008).

Noting that the 16-year-old son of the world’s most wanted terrorist was “baby-faced”, The Sun pointed out that he has already been dubbed, the “Crown Prince of Terror”.

In his message to wannabe terrorists, bin Laden Jr. wants to “Accelerate the destruction of America, Britain, France and Denmark.”

Interesting how the youngest of the al-Qaeda leader’s brood of 18 sons would pick on Britain, a nation, arguably the world’s most accommodating in regards to radical Islam.

Indeed, the eldest son of that country’s reigning monarch, wants to change the words in the title of Prince of Wales as defender of the “faith”, to “defender of the faiths” (emphasis CFP’s) when he succeeds as king.

The threat from Hamza bin Laden appeared on an extremist website and apparently marked the three years since the 7/7 London terrorist attack that killed 52 innocents....

Go - now - and read the rest here.