Selasa, 01 Maret 2011

The New Libyan Transition Leader: Possessed and Brain Damaged

Libyan protest leaders have established a transitional 'national council' in cities seized from Muammar el-Qaddafi. Unlike the leader chosen for Egypt, who has ties to George Soros and other globalists, this one is a devote Muslim. The council was formed on 27 February 2011 to act as "the political face of the revolution."

It was reported that former Justice Minister Mustafa Mohamed Abud Al Jeleil was leading the process of forming an interim government, to be based in Benghazi. While several American analysts praise the “pro-democracy” uprisings in these Middle Eastern nations, no secular democratic leadership has yet emerged in Libya.  The momentum is moving in the opposite direction—that is, toward the Islamic supremacists. Therefore, this change doesn’t represent the work of the United States or any foreign power.  It represents the aspirations of the people.” 

How can someone determine that Mustafa Mohamed Abud Al Jeleil is an extremist? His forehead is a dead giveaway. 

He has a “prayer bump.” It is the “mark of the Islamist.” Devout Muslims get it by banging their heads on the ground  5 times per day. No kidding! This prostrate position is a sign of their submissiveness to Allah. (The word Islam means  “submission” in Arabic.)

There is a little bit of difference between the transition team leader and Parviz Khan, who is one of nine defendants on trial in the UK for a terrorist plot against the British military. This guy really bounces his head off the floor.

There is no confirmation that Al Jeleil is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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