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More than 290 dead - SriLanka churches and hotels under attack

Crusader Christians should

  • Declare war on terrorism Islamists

    Votes: 8 72.7%
  • Stop Muslim immigration

    Votes: 9 81.8%
  • Oblige Islam to modernize

    Votes: 6 54.5%
  • Give Public funds to the Church and Christians institution

    Votes: 2 18.2%
  • Impose Christians values in Christians Countries

    Votes: 3 27.3%
  • Impose secularism

    Votes: 3 27.3%
  • Open borders

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Give Muslim the right to establish mosque 🕌 in the West

    Votes: 1 9.1%
  • Adopt liberal policies

    Votes: 2 18.2%
  • Torture terrorists

    Votes: 3 27.3%
  • Close Mosques in the West

    Votes: 2 18.2%
  • Expel Muslims who don’t accept modern values

    Votes: 9 81.8%
  • Support Trump and Putin policies

    Votes: 2 18.2%

  • Total voters
    11
Dark Angel

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she has infatuation / submissiveness/ fettishness with islamism
nothing can explain that zest in defending such vile people and acts and the religion behind them
thats the only explanation that i could come with

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it is a sickness, some people hate their own societies to the point where they are glad to see them punished and withering. insisting that you are the hater whenever you dare point a finger towards people blowing themselves up in crowds, churches, mosques, and wherever else they can.
 
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  • ّTelefon Kasse

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    learn to ask me
    i always answer and answer clearly
    I ask you often and reply to your posts too !!
    you're the one, recently, evading me.
    I told you before, you should avoid the company of @LVV, @LEBANESE-CIA, @Indie and @Aoune32!
    it's bad for your health. :lol: "weird" LGBT @manifesto kamen
     
    Iron Maiden

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    most suicide bombers come from well off and educated families says first investigation revelations

     
    Thawra # Furoshima

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    I m happy the Crusaders won the poll by 9 votes against 1
    The Crusader message is winning
    The Dark Side is nothing before the Light
    The Crusaders are the light of the World and the Salt of the Earth
     
    Dark Angel

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    JustLeb

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    Two Sri Lanka bombers were sons of Colombo spice tycoon, sources say

    Colombo, Sri Lanka (CNN)Two of the suicide bombers involved in the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka were members of a prominent family in Colombo, sources have told CNN, in a development that has rocked the small Muslim community in the city.
    The brothers, Imsath Ahmed Ibrahim and Ilham Ahmed Ibrahim, are sons of spice trader Mohamed Ibrahim, two sources with knowledge of the investigation said. Mohamed Ibrahim is the founder of Colombo-based Ishana Exports, which describes itself on its website as the "largest exporter of spices from Sri Lanka since 2006."
    Mohamed Ibrahim was among dozens of people detained in the wake of the attacks, which killed 359 people and injured more than 500, the sources told CNN. Video footage shows Ibrahim being led away by police. Authorities have not announced any charges against him.
    The brothers' identities were first reported by Indian news outlet Firstpost, citing intelligence sources in India. CNN has not been able to reach Mohamed Ibrahim or other members of his family for comment.
    Sri Lanka's State Defense minister Ruwan Wijewardene told reporters at a press conference earlier on Wednesday that those responsible for the attacks on Easter Sunday were well educated, from upper middle-class families, and financially independent. That was a "worrying factor," he said.
    A Sri Lankan police officer patrols out side a mosque in Colombo, Sri Lanka.


    A Sri Lankan police officer patrols out side a mosque in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
    According to neighbors and members of Colombo's Muslim community, the Ibrahims are one of the wealthiest Muslim families in the capital, with connections to the country's business and political elite.
    Pamuditha Anjana, a neighbor in the Dematagoda district of Colombo, told CNN the Ibrahim family was "very well connected, very rich, politically connected as well."
    Reyyaz Salley


    Reyyaz Salley
    Reyyaz Salley, chairman of Colombo's Dewatagaha Mosque, one of the largest and oldest in the city, said the elder Ibrahim was "a really nice person, a business-minded person who did export of spices."
    "We knew him as a normal person and as a businessperson," he said.
    Hilmy Ahamed, vice president of the Muslim Council of Sri Lanka, was aware of Mohamed Ibrahim as a prominent member of the community. He described him as "very rich" and added that his sons were "well educated overseas."
    Ahamed doubted Mohamed Ibrahim had any idea of what his adult sons were planning. "He was a busy businessman," he said. "He probably totally neglected what was happening around him. I doubt that he had knowledge."
    Other bombers named
    British security sources in the UK identified another bomber as Abdul Lathief Jameel Mohamed, saying that he studied in the southeast of England from 2006 to 2007. Wijewardene, the state defense minister, said investigators believe one of the bombers had studied in the UK and was a postgraduate student in Australia before returning to Sri Lanka.
    Shiral Lakthilaka, an adviser to Sri Lanka's President, identified one of the men who blew himself up at the Shangri-La hotel as Inshan Seelavan, and described him as the "mastermind" of the attacks. Other officials have named a radical extremist, Zahran Hashim, as another key figure in the attacks. His whereabouts are unknown.
    Security personnel stand guard near St. Anthony's Shrine, one of the Easter Sunday bombing sites.


    Security personnel stand guard near St. Anthony's Shrine, one of the Easter Sunday bombing sites.
    Both Ahamed and Salley said they had repeatedly attempted to warn authorities about Hashim, pictured in a photograph released by a news agency affiliated with ISIS Tuesady. Hashim, a radical Islamist preacher, was known to the local community for ranting against moderate Muslims and Buddhists.
    "We reported him to national intelligence about three years ago," Ahamed said, adding he had taken DVDs of Hashim's preachings to show officials. |At the end of 2018, in December, when we had this crisis where some youth damaged Buddhist statues, we went back again to intelligence and gave them all the info we had on him and told them they should try to catch him."
    In one of Hashim's videos, uploaded to YouTube and reviewed by CNN, the preacher said that non-Muslims who refused to convert to Islam should be killed. "If he is a Kafir, he is to be killed according to the Sharia Law," he said on the video, an interpretation of Islam that Ahamed described as "extremist" and incorrect.
    Worshipers pray at the Dewatagaha Mosque in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on April 24, 2019.


    Worshipers pray at the Dewatagaha Mosque in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on April 24, 2019.
    Ahamed said that authorities failed to act on the warnings, but added that had not taken Hashim too seriously either, a move he now regrets.
    "We are totally embarrassed as a community. We have failed as a community to monitor what was happening in our backyard," he said. "Most of these young people are radicalized online. That is what worries me, as a parent of two young boys. We are always worried that they might be radicalized through the internet."
    Ahamed was not the only Muslim leader attempting to raise the alarm about creeping radicalization within the community. Salley, the Dewatagaha Mosque chairman, said that he had repeatedly warned about Hashim's activities.
    When CNN visited the mosque on Wednesday, two large banners erected outside read that "terrorism and extremism has no place in Islam" and "we stand with Christian brethren in grief, you are with us."
    Signs outside Colombo's Dewatagaha Mosque, one of the largest and oldest in the Sri Lankan capital.


    Signs outside Colombo's Dewatagaha Mosque, one of the largest and oldest in the Sri Lankan capital.
    "On February 11, I sent videos to (Sri Lankan) intelligence quoting this guy, the videos he made promoting jihad," Salley said. "We never expected this guy was going to do something (so extreme) but he was brainwashing the people, to a certain extent."
    "There and been videos of him coming out against other religions and groups," he added. "Video clips were given to police and no action was taken."
    Police and intelligence spokesmen did not respond to requests for comment about the alleged warnings about Hashim. The government has previously acknowledged and apologized for failing to act on warnings received from Indian intelligence that Hashim and his followers were planning a terrorist attack.
    "He was talking about jihad," Salley said. "These are all very dangerous messages for the country. First and foremost I never ever expected something disastrous, I never thought in my life ... If the authorities had take our advice this could have been prevented."
    CNN's Ingrid Formanek, Nikhil Kumar, Jo Shelley, Will Ripley, and journalists King Ratnam and Iqbal Athas contributed reporting. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh contributed reporting from London.
     
    HannaTheCrusader

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    two of the suicide bombers in sri lanka were the children and partners of famous millionaire spice trader younes ibrahim.

    when the police attempted to arrest his wife for the investigation, she blew herself up with her unborn child, along with another two of her children.

    so we know money is not an incentive here. nor is oppression. that family was doing quite well in colombo and was financially pretty set. it is simply out of pure hatred, another evil episode in a very long series.
    poverty hs nothing to do with making muslims radicals
    its the religion that makes them so, poor or rich educated or uneducated

    the catalyst for terror is in the verses
     
    Iron Maiden

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    Thread ban for the next posts that discuss moderation decisions or are off topic discussing fantasies.
     
    Abotareq93

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    توقيف والد الانتحاريين الشقيقين في هجمات سريلانكا بشبهة مساعدتهما
     
    JustLeb

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    توقيف والد الانتحاريين الشقيقين في هجمات سريلانكا بشبهة مساعدتهما
    if this is true it is completely shameful and disgusting.
    Since he is wealthy he could have sent money to the family of the victims of the mosques massacre,
    instead of killing innocent people who have nothing to do with that crime (that happened thousands of KMs away) and killing his sons too !!!
    Unbelievable and disgusting...
     
    HannaTheCrusader

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    shew refused to leave her martyred mom side for 2 days

    heart breaking

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    HannaTheCrusader

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    what a twisted vile satanic logic
    as if that sheikh logic, allows non keffar to have lets say
    power
    freedom of worship
    right to preach
    female emancipation

    tele3 al ousa, an attack against islam



    هنأ الشيخ صهيب حبلي الطوائف المسيحية التي تتبع التقويم الشرقي بعيد الفصح المجيد، آملاً أن تشكل هذه المناسبة مساحة للتلاقي الوطني وتكريس معاني التضحية والفداء من أجل قيامة لبنان الواحد لجميع أبنائه.
    ونوّه الشيخ حبلي في خطبة الجمعة في مسجد إبراهيم في صيدا، بكلام وزير الدفاع الياس بو صعب الذي زار المنطقة الحدودية مع فلسطين المحتلة خلال الجولة الجنوبية التي قام بها، لجهة تأكيده في مواقفه على حق لبنان المشروع في المقاومة وتحرير الأراضي المحتلة، من خلال معادلة الجيش والشعب والمقاومة، وهي المعادلة الكفيلة بحماية لبنان وردع أي مخطط لعدوان محتمل.
    وأشار حبلي الى أن "الهجمات الإرهابية التي إستهدفت الكنائس في سريلانكا صبيحة عيد الفصح، والتي ذهب ضحيتها المئات بين شهيد وجريح، هي تأكيد جديد على المخطط الإرهابي الذي يستهدف المسلمين والمسيحيين معاً من أجل إحداث الفتنة، كما أنها تشكل محاولة لإستهداف الإسلام المعتدل لا سيما بعد الحديث بأن هجمات سريلانكا تأتي إنتقاماً لهجمات نيوزيلندا التي استهدفت المساجد والمسلمين، وهذا ما يجب التنبه اليه جيداً حتى لا تنجح التنظيمات الإرهابية والدول التي ترعاها في تحقيق هدفها بإحداث الفتنة.
    وهنا الشيخ حبلي المسلمين بقرب حلول شهر رمضان المبارك، آملاً أن يكون هذا الشهر الفضيل محطة جديدة لتجديد الإيمان، والتقرب من الله تعالى من خلال فريضة الصوم ومساعدة المحتاجين والفقراء.
     
    JustLeb

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    Sri Lanka : un homme est mort après avoir arrêté un kamikaze

    Une semaine après les attentats, des dizaines de personnes font encore la queue pour présenter leurs condoléances à la veuve de Ramesh Raju qui a, au prix de sa vie, empêché un kamikaze d'entrer dans leur église de Batticaloa.

    Les membres de la congrégation de l'église évangélique de Zion à Batticaloa (dans l'est du Sri Lanka), encore sous le choc des attentats de Pâques, rendent hommage depuis à leur héros Ramesh Raju. Cet homme qui a, au prix de sa vie, empêché un kamikaze d'entrer dans leur église. Une semaine après les attentats, des dizaines de personnes font encore la queue pour présenter leurs condoléances à la veuve de Ramesh Raju, et la route qui mène à sa maison est flanquée d'affiches et de photos représentant cet homme de 40 ans, père de deux enfants.

    En ce matin de Pâques, l'église était bondée et les gens continuaient à arriver. Ramesh Raju s'était porté volontaire pour aider à contrôler la foule. Voyant arriver un homme qu'il ne connaissait pas, chargé de deux sacs, il est allé lui dire de les laisser dehors. Après une courte dispute, la bombe a explosé, tuant Ramesh Raju et 28 autres personnes, dont 14 enfants, qui se trouvaient dehors. Mais les 600 personnes déjà à l'intérieur de l'église ont été sauvées.
    «Lorsque Ramesh a eu des soupçons, il aurait pu s'enfuir, mais il a choisi de s'opposer à cet homme pour l'empêcher d'entrer dans l'église», a expliqué son père, Velusami Raju, à l'AFP. «Je suis très fier qu'il ait sauvé autant de vies, et surtout autant d'enfants». Dans l'église se trouvaient en effet des dizaines d'enfants qui venaient de sortir du catéchisme. «C'était un homme bien», a ajouté son père, qui le décrit comme «le pilier» de leur grande famille. «C'était le principal soutien de notre famille, de ses trois jeunes sœurs et de son jeune frère».

    Son fils lui avait parlé par téléphone quelques minutes avant l'explosion, et lui avait dit qu'il le rappellerait après le service. Mais quand le téléphone a sonné à nouveau, c'était un paroissien qui annonçait à Velusami que son fils était mort dans l'explosion. «Je suis tellement fier que mon fils ait sauvé tellement d'enfants, pour que d'autres familles n'aient pas à vivre ce que nous vivons», a ajouté encore cet ouvrier à la retraite, les larmes aux yeux.
    Ramesh Raju était également un exemple de succès pour sa communauté, dans cette ville majoritairement musulmane, ayant créé sa propre entreprise à 28 ans et en vivant depuis avec succès, marié à son amour de lycée, devenue institutrice. «Maintenant qu'il n'est plus là, je ne sais pas comment nous allons nous en sortir, mais je prie et demande à Dieu de nous aider», a conclu son père.
     
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