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The Z-Man Answers His Fan Mail

Posted by Skye |

Only in Philadelphia, a city that overwhelmingly voted for the failed DNC Presidential Nominee in 2004, would a prominent newspaper solicit questions from its readership to Al-Qaeda's No.2, Ayman al-Zawahiri. Last month, the head terrorist announced that he would take questions from his fanbase. The Philadelphia Inquirer was quick to advertise this offer and to collect questions from its readership.

A month later, the Inquirer printed a selection of questions submitted by their readership to Zawahiri. Let us take a closer look at these questions. I hope to answer some on behalf of my homeboy, the Z-man.

The first question that caught my attention was submitted by Julianna Csongor:

Describe the world order you envision, as it relates to religion, social order, countries, if al-queda had the power to bring about change.

This is an easy one - it is called shar'ia, you can read all about your place in the coming worldwide caliphate at Dhimmitude and You

Charles Bauerlein from West Chester opines:

What political, economic and social changes should Americans consider making if they want to 'get along' with muslims?

Translation from liberalspeak:

What are the terms of surrender that you would prefer the US citizens to swallow?

The Z-man makes this point clear - and he gets irritable when he constantly has to repeat this to his homeboys in the US.

Zawahiri: “The Reinstatement Of Islamic Rule … Is The Individual Duty Of Every Muslim With Every Land Occupied By Infidels.” ZAWAHIRI: “Supporting the jihad in Palestine with one’s life, money, and opinion is the individual duty of every Muslim because Palestine was a land of Islam that was occupied by the infidels. This means that its liberation and the reinstatement of Islamic rule there is the individual duty of every Muslim as unanimously decided by the nation’s scholars. And such is the case with every land occupied by infidels.” (Al-Zawahiri’s June Video Message Supporting Palestinians, Posted On Jihadist Site, 6/11/06)

Reinforcing the Z-man's statement is the Al-Queda Charter which states: “There Will Be Continuing Enmity Until Everyone Believes In Allah. We Will Not Meet [The Enemy] Halfway And There Will Be No Room For Dialogue With Them.”

Just accept Islam, America, and make the Z-man happy! The Z-man hears his brother's struggle to champion bloody revolution in the name of social justice.

"How much better off would we all be if CEO's were only permitted - by law - to earn only seven time what their lowest paid employees earned? Any attempt to dissuade such legislation will only quicken the bloody revolution that surely awaits us if we do not act soon."

The Z-man might not be down with that - you don't pay a wage to a kufir.

Next on the list is a question from Richmond L. Gardner - an individual that I happened to bump into a few weeks ago outside Congressman Sestak's office.

Which political groups in America does al-queda feel closest to: the irreligious, disorganized liberals or the deeply religous, authoritarian conservatives?

Let's consider the evidence:

Zawahiri stated that the Dems were not the ones who won the midterm elections: "The first is that you aren't the ones who won the midterm elections, nor are the Republicans the ones who lost. Rather, the Mujahideen -- the Muslim Ummah's vanguard in Afghanistan and Iraq -- are the ones who won, and the American forces and their Crusader allies are the ones who lost," Zawahri said, according to a full transcript obtained by ABC News.

Additionally, and al-queda group stated that the al-Qaida in Iraq leader also welcomed the Republican electoral defeat that led to the departure of Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld. He added that the group's fighters would not rest until they had blown up the White House.

Despite OBL's increasing dissatisfaction with the Democrats and their not making a move worth mentioning, the Z-man still thinks you're cool.

Frankly, the Z-man would prefer to spend his down time with his camels and his Mujahideen. However, If he has no other recourse, he would welcome the chance to spend some quality time with his fellow irreligious, disorganized liberal brothers before striking them down for rejecting allah - the all merciful.

However, The Z-man might look upon the kufir who posted this question with some favor after he catches this video:

Brian J. Cahill weighs in with the ubiquitous 'Destroy the Bush Administration' scenario:

Given that, on average, one-third to one-half of a population is not responsible for its leadership, why attack civilians rather than the decision makers?

He probably owns a 'Peace Kills' T-shirt - a Z-man favorite and I'm going out on a short branch here to guess that he votes Democrat. The Z-man sends props to his fans in Philly.

Courageous Question Award goes to Bill Dingfelder:

"Instead of killing innocent people, could you pressure editors not to pose inane questions such as "What would you ask al-Qaeda's leadership?"

I agree with Bill on this one, but must say the Z-man would be most displeased with this question. "Kill Bill" does NOT refer to a movie at the Z-man's crib.

Was this a fair representation of the good folk of Philadelphia? It certainly sends a message to global jihadi's that Philadelphia is terrorist-friendly kind of town. This is not something that would do well on a bumper sticker or ad campaign for Philadelphia.

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