From Zionist Wikipedia which some consider as a “resource” in their blogging and some link to it in some “alternative” media outlets:
Khalid Islambouli continues to serve as an inspirational symbol for Islamist movements throughout the world, including terrorist groups. On July 31, 2004 “The al-Islambouli Brigades of al-Qaeda” claimed responsibility for an assassination attempt on Shaukat Aziz, then a candidate for the post of Prime Minister of Pakistan. On August 24, 2004 a Chechen group calling itself “The al-Islambouli Brigades” issued a statement claiming responsibility for the bombing of two Russian passenger aircraft.
Actually, dear fucked up Wikipedia, Khaled Islambouli continues to be an inspirational symbol for all of us, Leftists, Socialists, Anarchists, LGTBQs, women and men. This linkage between such amazing people and Islamic groups like Hezbolla and Hamas, and Islamatized American-funded groups as Al Qaeda will only reflect your pathetic western racism towards the regional people’s self-determination and disapproval of leaders like Sadat.
Leaders who support occupation and cooperate in murdering people and assassinating resistance leaders will be down someday, very soon I hope, in fact, only then I might consider celebrating a true New Year.
Gaza will never be down, not with such great and amazing everlasting resistance.
5 thoughts on “The Great Hero and Martyr Khalid Islambouli”
Allow me to disagree, I don’t think he is a martyr or symbol for us, At the end of the day, he is an assassin, whether we agree or disagree with Al Sadat.
I just wanted to say that Hamas is made up of Palestinians. And they are defending themselves. During these last 22 days they have fought like heroes. I find it offensive when I hear comments from Zionist agents like the Egyptian foreign minister blaming Hamas for this attack. The straw that broke the camel’s back was the show that the “laughing cow” put on for us today on Al-Jazeera demanding a cease fire and that Egypt wouldn’t accept foreign soldiers on its soil bla, bla, bla …
Hamas did what Fatah did not have the balls to do. It defended the soil of Gaza. It made the Israeli soldiers’ stay there a living hell. It even recovered areas of Gaza such as Tal Alhawa and other places. By the same token, this conflict has woken up the world and revealed the evil reality of the Zionist Jews in Israel and their Zionist allies. People from the four corners of the Earth who had no idea of how the Israelis were, realized the real intentions of the Zionists.
Finally, I want to observe that the summit of Doha was a manifestation of those Arab countries who in one way or another could form a new anti-zionist block which in the future could begin to exercise authority and political as well as economical influence.
I agree with Tarek. Sadat liberated Sinai. He was even in a position to get a “better deal” for the Palestinians. He did what Mubarak wouldn’t even imagine doing. A good question would be how would Sadat have reacted to the carnage of Gaza? I also find it unfortunate that Sadat is only judged for making a peace with the Zionists. What about the Ramadan war? Does the former erase the latter?
Secondly, I wanted to comment on Razan’s statement (Razan, sister, please bear with me and don’t take my comments as a criticism towards yourself):
“Actually, dear fucked up Wikipedia, Khaled Islambouli continues to be an inspirational symbol for all of us, Leftists, Socialists, Anarchists, LGTBQs, women and men. This linkage between such amazing people and Islamic groups like Hezbolla and Hamas, and Islamatized American-funded groups as Al Qaeda will only reflect your pathetic western racism towards the regional people’s self-determination and disapproval of leaders like Sadat.”
If we take a look at the present situation we could say: I wish, I really wish today´s Arab leaders were at the level of Sadat – rahimahu Allah -. At least, the Golan heights would have been liberated a long time ago. I believe the biggest problem of the Ummah are leftist ideologies which, in my opinion, are Zonist tricks many Arabs fell for. My heroes are the Prophet – peace and blessings be upon him, Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, Ali, Khalid Ibn Walid, Usama Ibn Zaid, Salahuddeen Al-Ayoubi.
Sometimes I don’t believe the Arabs. They have the greatest heroes on the face of the Earth within the framework of Islam. These were the people who moved mountains, who brought social justice, who really applied the hadeeth: أكرمكم عند الله أتقاكم “The Noblest of you is the moste fearful of his Lord.” If this were to be applied today, the Palestinian question would be solved, the American occupation of the Middle East would end and many Arab leaders would be out of work.
Sadat might have deserved this fate. But the question here is how would leftists, socialists and LGTBQs have reacted had al-Islambouli’s group succeeded in seizing power in Egypt?
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