Saturday, December 24, 2011


Christmas in Jakarta - Website for this image

Over the Christmas period, in Indonesia, millions of Moslems will be protecting both Christians and churches.

H.M. Nuruzzaman, of the world's biggest Moslem organisation, Nahdlatul Ulama, said a total of 2.6 million Moslems have been prepared for the deployment.

Indonesia Muslims Protect Xmas

In previous years, churches have been protected by Moslem volunteers against attacks by mysterious forces, said to be linked to members of the Indonesian military, linked to the CIA and Mossad. (MOSSAD and THE CIA TURN UP THE HEAT.)


19 people were killed and scores injured in a series of attacks on churches on Christmas Eve in 2000.

In February 2001, the respected Indonesian newsweekly Tempo published a cover story suggesting links between the church bombings and the Indonesian military, the TNI.

The article pointed out that Edi Sugiarto, who was quickly arrested and confessed to assembling 15 of the bombs used in the town of Medan, has long run a car repair shop in the province of Aceh, where a separatist group named GAM operated.

Members of TNI and Indonesia’s special forces, Kopassus, regularly went to his shop for repairs and just to hang out.

As a result, GAM claimed he was a TNI lackey and burned down his shop and house in 1997.

Phone records also indicated that Sugiarto called Fauzi Hasbi seven times before the bombings.

Hasbi is a leader of Jemaah Islamiyah, but Tempo outed him as an Indonesian government agent.

In 2005, two years after Hasbi’s death, the Australian television program SBS Dateline provided additional evidence of Hasbi’s long-time links to the TNI.

Fasbi also called Jacob Tanwijaya, a businessman well connected with the TNI, 35 times.

That businessman in turn talked on the phone to Lt. Col. Iwan Prilianto, a Kopassus special forces intelligence officer, over 70 times. (Source: Kopassus)


In Indonesia, the special forces regiment, Kopassus, works closely with Mossad (MOSSAD IN INDONESIA) and the American military.

There is evidence linking Kopassus to attacks on Christian churches in Indonesia.

"The most vicious combined operation of Coker (Chrtistian gangsters) and Kopassus was the attack on the village of Soya...

"22 houses were destroyed by fire, as well as the historic church of Soya built during Portuguese times and 12 people were killed.

"The Soya bloodbath created new tensions between Muslim and Christian communities.

"It is now clear that the attack was not the work of Muslim warriors as was thought at the time but an attack by a Christian militia gang together with Kopassus units." (aangirfan: The 'terrorism' is often linked to Christian gangsters ...)

The CIA's Allen Pope during his trial in Jakarta, 28 December 1959.

The CIA secretly bombed Christians in Indonesia, in order to topple President Sukarno.

On 15 May 1958, a CIA plane bombed the Ambon marketplace, killing a large number of civilians on their way to church on Ascension Thursday.

Three days later, during another bombing run over Ambon, a CIA pilot, Allen Lawrence Pope, was shot down and captured. (Indonesia 1957-1958 KH)




Anonymous said...

Glad to see this post.

The Globalists want a Clash of Civilizations pitting Muslims against Christians.

This is a situation that if brought to fruition will mean perpetual war that the Globalists can make money on, gain political control, and clamp down on individual rights in their own countries (creation of a police state).

The better to control the population and keep up the fear which is also important to their plans. Security clamp downs are sold on fear.

Not only is this a Globalist design to pit the West against Muslims in the big picture, but also to divide Muslims and Christians within Muslim majority countries. Even to the point of causing Christians to be driven out of these Muslim countries, thus heightening the divide and intensity of the Class of Civilizations.

It's all divide & rule strategy.

Divided countries have a much harder time opposing negative outside forces.

The Globalists are experts at divide & rule. A strategy & tactics the British used to great effect to gain and maintain control of their (former) Empire's subject peoples.

As hard as it is, given past actions, Muslims and Christians must resist playing into the Globalists' divide & rule stategy, whether it be Muslims and Christians in different countries or Muslims and Christians within the same country.

The Globalists did it in Iraq where Christians have practically been driven out as one reult of the occupation.

The Globalists are doing it in Egypt with the Coptic Christians and Muslims.

The Globalists are want to do it in Syria with their local Christians.

The Israeli government has done it in Palestine where the Christians have been driven out (there was a substantial number of Christian Palestinians before the Israeli government induced infighting and religious hated among Palestinians).

This post is a message of hope and peace in a season of peace.

Thank you, Aangirfan.

It's the Globalists who want Muslims and Christians to hate each other.

Peace be with you.

Zoompad said...

I lived in Handsworth for 10 years, lots of Muslims and I felt very much accepted as a Christian amongst them and was often invited into peoples homes to eat, even though thbey knew I was a Christian. I remember the school banned the nativity play in case it upset Muslims, but all the people who took that decision were non Muslim, it was daft and I do not knoiw one Muslim who applauded what they did. It seemed as if certain people were deliberatly trying to cause bad feeling and make Muslims get the blame.

Hope you all have a joyful Christmas xx

felix said...

hi Aan, what do you make of this Indonesian case...1971, but still under debate? (reminded me of Dr David Kelly...)

Kemi Abayomi said...

Ah ha! Moslems protecting Christians and churches in Indonesia should give everyone some food for thought but I doubt if this will deter these terrorists as they really don't care about who they slaughter, Moslems or Christians, all the same.

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