Wake Up World – There’s A Beast in the East!

Wake Up World – There is a Beast in the East!

This is No time to Roll Over and play Dead,

It’s no time to pull the cover over Eyes,

Hoping Islamic Beast Will Go Away!

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Compromise Will Not control It,

And Diplomacy Promotes It,

But Force Does Limit It!

November 29, 2008


The first great achievement of Islamic Jihad was to drive the former Soviet Union out of Afghanistan. Since that time it has become quite sophisticated, and now aims much of its effort at infidel (non-Muslim) economies across the surface of the globe.

It seems apparent that under the incoming U.S. Administration we will attempt to gradually withdraw from combating terrorism overseas, and pull America into a protective nuclear shell of its own.

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This will leave Israel to stand virtually alone again Middle East terrorism. We will combat terrorism in this country with a built up security program, but will use words, dialog, diplomacy, and empty threats in an attempt to combat it in the Middle East.

We will not allow ourselves to wake up to the fact there is an untamed wild wooly Beast Empire building systematically in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

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Its published religious doctrinal teachings are the very spirit of Antichrist, and the theological doctrinal teachings of European religion is helpless against it, such that in the end Europe will support Islam and its future Antichrist rather than Israel.

Since I have received numerous queries as to the characteristics of Mumbai, I am sending the following excerpts from Wikipedia:

Mumbai, formerly Bombay, is the capital of

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the Indian state of Maharashtra and the financial capital of India. With a population of 13,662,885, it is the most populous city proper in the world. Along with the neighbouring suburbs of Navi Mumbai and Thane, it forms, at 19 million, the world’s fifth most populous metropolitan area. Mumbai lies on the west coast of India and has a deep natural harbour.

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Mumbai’s port handles over half of India’s maritime cargo.

Mumbai is the commercial and entertainment centre of India, generating 5% of India’s GDP and accounting for 25% of industrial output, 40% of maritime trade, and 70% of capital transactions to India’s economy.[4] Mumbai is one of the world’s top ten centres of commerce by global financial flow,[5] home to important financial institutions such as the Reserve Bank of India, the Bombay Stock Exchange, the National Stock Exchange of India and the corporate headquarters of many Indian companies and numerous multinational corporations. The city also houses India’s hindi film and television industry, known as Bollywood. Mumbai’s business opportunities, as well as its potential to offer a high standard of living, attract migrants from all over India and, in turn, make the city a potpourri of many communities and cultures.

The city’s secular fabric was torn apart in the riots of 1992–93, after large scale sectarian violence caused extensive loss of life and property. A few months later, on March 12, a series of co-ordinated bombings at several city landmarks by Islamic groups and the Bombay underworld killed around three hundred people.

In 1996, the city was renamed Mumbai by the Shiv Sena government of Maharashtra, in keeping with their policy of renaming colonial institutions after historic local names. There have also been armed attacks, sponsored by Islamic groups, on public transport buses in past years.

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In 2006, Mumbai was also the site of a 11 July 2006 Mumbai train bombings in which over two hundred people were killed when several bombs exploded almost simultaneously on the Mumbai Suburban Railway.[20] Recently the city has seen a series of politically motivated assaults on the North Indian population by the members of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena, a party headed by Raj Thackeray.

On the evening of 26 November, 2008, a group of armed men launched attacks in the southern part of Mumbai, killing over 150 people, injuring hundreds and taking hostages in multiple locations.[22] Amongst those killed was Hemant Karkare, the chief of the Mumbai police’s anti-terror squad.

Begin Excerpt from Jerusalem Post

Analysis: Terrorism has truly become war, and we need to rethink how we fight it

November 27, 2008

david altman , THE JERUSALEM POST

The terror attack in Mumbai should serve as a sign to decision-makers and strategic analysts in recognizing that the accepted approach to terrorism has become anachronistic and mistaken.

The world largely deals with terror attacks as sporadic, sensationalistic, and singular events.

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The tragedy and pain involved in these events elicits a response of anger, fury, and sadness, but the terror attacks are not viewed as undercutting the authority and power of the state in which the terror attack takes place.

During the period in which Palestinian terror focused on airline attacks, a leader of one of the Palestinian terror organizations was asked in an interview, “What advantage does your organization gain from a shocking incident that results in the murder of hundreds of innocent civilians?” His answer was, ” I receive attention.

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In the two minutes in which the entire world is giving me their attention, I can send a message about the injustice being done to me.”

Since this time, terrorism has gone through a series of changes.

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For a long period, terrorists attempted to harm the public, bringing attention to the message that they were trying to promote. The Vietnam War changed the terrorist organizations’ conception, and brought to the forefront the notion that a terrorist army is not meant only to “sting” the enemy, but that in the end, it has the ability to be victorious.

During the meeting that took place at the end of the Vietnam War between representatives of the PLO and of the commander of the North Vietnamese army General Võ Nguyên Giáp, the PLO representatives congratulated the commander on the North Vietnamese victory over the American superpower. They asked General Giáp when he predicted terror organizations would be victorious over Israel. General Giáp answered in one word: Never! When asked the reason for this response, he stated, “You will never be victorious due to lack of determination.”

There are those who believe that this meeting represented a turning point in the development of Islamic terrorism, which began to educate its society of the sanctity of suicide and initiated the era of suicide terrorism. The initial implementation defined determination as self-sacrifice, believing that the more people willing to prove their readiness to die for a cause, the greater the determination and the closer the victory. The heads of terror organizations quickly understood that suicide terrorism caused great demoralization, damage, and shock to the governing authority. For example, the subway terror attack in Madrid in March, 2004 brought about an immediate change of government in Spain.

Since the period of suicide terror, terror organizations have upgraded to include paramilitary fighting units, as opposed to singular acts of terror. Hizbllah, a full-fledged terror organization, is not constructed on the notion of individual terror attacks, but upon a complete military arsenal: Today it has amassed 42,000 rockets to enable continuous military terror, causing victims on a large scale, and thus presenting a serious threat to the state of Israel. Hamas has long ago abandoned the use of suicide terror exclusively, but has built a military capability comprised of rockets (that are being slowly upgraded) and fighting units that operate wholly differently than terror cells. Hamas’s army of terror combines terror activities with military activities. This concept is also applied by the Iranian army, which, alongside fighting units includes the Revolutionary Guard, which cultivates a combination of paramilitary activities, terror activities, and propaganda campaigns, the secret weapon of fundamentalism’s ability to gain power in the West.

Al-Qaida has also undergone the transformation from sporadic terror attacks to a prolonged war of terror. This organization’s activities are more complex and integrated, exemplifying the future of terrorism that combines local attacks with broader strategies that include fighting units that operate in a completely different manner than the perpetrators of sporadic terror attacks, biological and chemical weapons, and a goal of achieving nuclear terror.

Mumbai, India does not constitute the ultimate battlefield, but serves as a site for broad strategic maneuvers, in which terror units have taken control of a major city through a war of terror. Unfortunately, this example will likely serve as a conceptual test case for future activities.

Without question, the approach towards fighting terrorism must undergo major rethinking. Times have changed since the main focus was the suicide bombers operating independently or in small groups, whose purpose was to injure the enemy and to draw attention to their cause.

Today, a new, different terror army, with several branches is being developed. This army includes all the elements of a military, but exploits the approach of the terrorist. The terror army enjoys the advantages of feeling exempt from any international law or convention, and of being exempt from international pressure or accountability. In addition, they handicap the power of their opponent through exploitation of the claims of internationally accepted values of human rights, correct treatment of prisoners of war, and prevention of harm to civilian populations – though none of these values apply to them, but only to their opponent.

Unfortunately, the world is slow to prepare for this growing threat. Every new terror attack illustrates that the danger to the stability of a range of governments and societies is much greater than we could have imagined.

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The events taking place in Mumbai must act as a warning and turning point in the world’s treatment of the local terror armies that base themselves in various parts of the world, and threaten the world’s stability as a whole.

The writer is the Senior Vice President of Netanya Academic College and the Deputy Chair of the College’s S. Daniel Abraham Center for Strategic Dialogue.

Mumbai death toll of Israeli and Jewish hostages rises to nine, some 610 others saved

Begin Excerpt from DEBKAfile Special Report

DEBKAfile Special Report

November 29, 2008, 5:17 PM (GMT+02:00)

The number of murdered hostages in one of worst, most deliberate terrorist attacks ever on an Israeli-Jewish community outside Israel rose to nine Saturday, Nov. 29, after the Indian government wrested control of its financial center from Islamist terrorists.

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The name of Ms Yocheved Harpaz, 59, joined the four victims from Chabad Center so far identified: Rabbi Gavriel, 29, and Rivka, 28, Holzman, taken hostage in the Chabad Center during their assault on Mumbai Wednesday, Nov. 26. Their 2-year old son, Moshe, was brought to safety by his Indian nanny.

Two more victims identified were Betzion Chroman, who held dual US-Israeli citizenship, and Leibisch Teitelbaum, an American from Brooklyn.

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Chabad Center was seized together with two big hotels and attacks on other high-profile targets across the city.

The Indian government estimates that some 610 hostages were rescued at the ravaged Oberoi and Taj Mahal Palace hotels and nearly 200 were killed by the terrorists, a figure which is expected to rise to 350 as bodies are collected from hotel rooms. It is not clear if the rescued hostages include local hotel staff.

Indian fingers are pointing at Pakistan as investigators begin probing for the hand behind the uniquely pre-planned, orderly, commando-style assault by an estimated 30 terrorists. The singling out of foreign sites and US, British and Jewish victims is seen by many experts as a hallmark of an al Qaeda-led operation possibly in association with other groups.

Indian TV claims the gunmen traveled to Mumbai by sea from Karachi. A recurring name is that of Maulana Abdul Bari, an Indian based in Saudi Arabia who is the suspected bankroller of the assault. The Foreign Office in London denies the “British connection” highlighted by UK media, some of which say seven of the terrorists were Pakistan British citizens.

All counter-terror agencies stress the importance of long and exhaustive reconnaissance by the attackers. Some suggest “advance control rooms” may have been set up at the Taj Mahal and Oberoi hotels for prior reconnaissance and even to cache arms and ammunition.

Israel’s defense minister Ehud Barak also estimated the assault was carried out by 30 gunmen working in groups of seven who were in touch with additional elements in the city and linked to a command base, possibly of al Qaeda, in neighboring countries. The FBI has sent a team to join the Indian probe. The US and Israeli governments stress the need for more global cooperation

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and intelligence-sharing to help predict where the Islamist terrorists will strike next.

Atrocities from the 60-hour ordeal began coming to light Friday night, when Israeli defense minister said in a Channel 1 TV interview that some of the bodies bore signs that they had been bound hand and foot and two Israeli women had been killed hours before the men. The dramatic Indian helicopter-borne commando raid of Chabad Center, which caters to Israeli and Jewish visitors to the city, failed to save anyone in the building.

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The outrage may not be over.

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Mumbai, India’s financial capital, was shut down Saturday – schools, shops, traffic – against a second wave of terror as police armed with machine guns patrolled the streets. Friday, Islamist gunmen returned to their first target, the city’s main rail station for a second attack. DEBKAfile reported earlier that some of the terrorists had remained on the loose away their first targets to continue their “mission.”

In New York, Friday night, Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky voiced the outrage of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement and conveyed condolences to the families of everyone murdered in Mumbai. NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said the atrocity reminds us of how connected the world is in the face of terror.

Indian investigators are examining a satellite phone and GPS map recovered from a trawler, the Kubar, floating in the Arabian Sea. The crew was missing from the vessel except for its master whose body was found beheaded with bound limbs.

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