Those Invisible hands

" As I watched what was happening in Khartoum, and then what was happening in Beirut, I stopped and relaized that this fitna is not natural. That this all seems connected. That there are invisible hands behind the conflict in those two areas."

Amr Khaled, Islamic televangelist and current crusader against drug-use in order to combat irrelevancy. The Invisible hands he is mentioning are naturally those of the Jooz, of course! 

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  1. MarxistFromLebanon
    May 14, 2008 at 9:35 am

    there is no natural fitna my friend, and keep in mind that both sides are equally blamed, and it is not 100% a proxy war between Iran and USA on Lebanese grounds…there is something in it, but there is something else within the errors of the system and the flow of history… actually that makes a nice post to write on… cheers :)

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  2. Adam B.
    May 14, 2008 at 12:27 pm

    Heh, I thought he meant the hands of Allah… :D

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  3. SudaneseDrima
    May 14, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    Boy, oh boy. I’ve liked this guy for a long time now precisely because he focused on the spiritual and social stuff and stayed the hell away from politics. If he starts preaching more shit like this, then that’s it, I’ll officially throw him in with al-Qaradwi and the gang.

    Seriously, this invisible hand bla bla bla Jooooz bullshit really ticks me off.

    Stay away from politics Amr Khaled. Please!

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  4. Zobrex
    May 14, 2008 at 7:20 pm

    Yeah, the invisible hands fiddling with the Khartoom – I smell some Freudian insinuations here if I may say..

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  5. InfidelDane
    May 14, 2008 at 8:05 pm

    Agree w/Drima: if it is true, then mr. Khaled has fallen into the blame trap as well.

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