Sharia Judge Warns France Of New Attacks
12 January 2015
By Al-Ikhwah Al-Mujahidun
One of the leaders of Tanẓim al-Qa‘idah
fi Jazirat al-Arab/Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP),
Sharia head of al-Qaeda in Yemen, Sheikh Harith bin
Ghazi an-Nadhari, reacted on the January 7 attack on
Paris blasphemers who molested Islam and Christianity
in their newspaper, reports DW-World.
A big article on the role of AQAP in the Paris attack
has been published by АР.
The video with the statement of Sheikh Harith bin
Ghazi an-Nadhari is now being removed from the YouTube
(at this link it is not yet deleted). Meanwhile, an
English translation of his statement has been posted
online. The factual part of the statement reads:
"Some of the sons of France showed a lack of manners
with Allah's messengers, so a band of Allah's
believing army rose against them, and they taught them
the proper manners, and the limits of freedom of
France today are from the leaders of disbelief; they
curse the Prophets, and attack the Religion, and fight
against the Believers, so there's nothing else for
them except what Allah judged for her
O people of France, that which should be a priority
with you is that you cease from your aggression
against the Muslims, so that you might live in
security, but if you refuse anything except war, then
glad tidings; For by Allah you will not have any
security as long as you wage war against Allah and His
Messenger and you fight against the believers".
''In Poland, the executed main Paris
daubster would serve a prison term for insulting Jesus
mainstream Polish daily, Gazeta Wyborcza, reported on
further developments in Paris execution of 12 scoffer
"humorists" by city guerillas. The newspaper writes in
"Not only Muslims had reason to hate Charlie Hebdo. An
special anti-Christian issue of this newspaper
entitled "True Story of Little Jesus" with a
blasphemous picture of Jesus Chhrist on the cover
appeared in newsstands on Christmas (December 25 -
In Poland, such a cover would immediately cause
criminal proceedings for insulting religious feelings.
The chief dubster would serve a prison term of 2 years
behind bars. But there are no such laws in France.
This was enjoyed so far with impunity by Charlie Hebdo.
They had always concocted cartoons on subjects related
to body parts which are below the waist.
Therefore Charlie Hebdo had to die.
In recent years, the Paris paper business went bad. A
decrease in the number of readers was not compensated
by ads, and it did not receive state subsidies. IThe
paper appealed for support to its main readers. Under
the motto "Raging anti-Semitism", it wrote: "Jews, we
need your money".