# 1 Darth Zaider (Ed) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joseph .E
    • 06.02.10 | 10:45 (IST)

    Quote "Or am I dreaming ?" According to Debka , Lybia head (the amir al mu'aminin of the Africa nations)is offering his diplomatic skills to calm down tensions between Egypt-Qatar-Syria . So no one would steal from him the show to be the only one to shout ,this coming Arab League meeting during March . Another reason would be that when jihadists committ crime against moslems, Then for the interests of Jihad , the Sharia Law Jurisprudence rules that is ok for moslems to blow off steam against Jihadists , is recommended to downplay the crime and fix up matters , compensations in money or camels could be considered ... But the Sharia Law make sure for the interests of Jihad that all moslems blame the crime on the 'infidels' and threaten , with customary int'l Sharia Law such as issuing a warrant of arrest , those who don't believe in the rasul Mohamed . It works to inflate the Jihad ranks, it works for medias scoops to feed hatred and to assert dhimmitude .

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