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Archive for April 15th, 2007

Is Iran un-Islamic?

Posted by Ryan on April 15, 2007

Apparently, in countries controlled by Islamo-fascist mullahs like Iran, it’s perfectly OK to be a serial killer, as long as you killed people for doing “un-Islamic” things.  Isn’t this very act un-Islamic? According to the Quran, the murder of one innocent is judged “as if he had murdered all of mankind.”  Those who kill Muslims, as in the case of these serial killers, finds “his repayment is Hell, remaining in it timelessly forever.”*  Condoning or killing people for simply being “un-Islamic” is very much a new idea in Islam completely in line with the sick philosophies of Bin Laden and Zawahiri!  Iran’s mullahs are showing that they consider human freedom to be un-Islamic, and in this case, worthy of death.

* quotes taken from Lawrence Wright’s The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11 (2006), page 124.  This happened to be the book that inspired last year’s controversial Path to 9/11 program.

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What Will “Bee” Next?

Posted by Ryan on April 15, 2007

According to a recent article in UK’s Independent, bees might be being harmed by cell phones (called “mobiles” across the pond).  Bees are a critically important part of the ecosystem because they pollinate practically everything they touch, including the crops we need to eat!

Yet, the article does not cite hard evidence, only studies with some coincidences.  This struck me because it seems like cell phones are being increasingly blamed for everything:  from losing brain cells, to low sperm counts, to brain cancer, to repeated stress injuries (for avid texters), and now bees are being harmed.  Cell phones could be the anti-Christ as these scientists warn, or they could be just fine.  It just seems to me that inconclusive cell phone studies are proliferating like mad.  I personally use my earpiece and try to keep the phone at least a foot away from me when I can… just in case!

Pic from Wikimedia.

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