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Husna Ali’s Diary: circa 2020

The following is what a diary of a 16-year-old girl in Michigan might end up looking like in the year 2020. It’s a frightening testament to where the world may be going and reflects what so many think is the ambition of Muslim extremists.

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I had a very busy day today. I finished my last final in school and then did more to prepare to go to my summer camp. I am very grateful that my father will let me go. He said I was good with my teachers and that he would let me go because when I get back he will have me meet my future husband and prepare to be a wife and mother.

I asked my father if we would be all be going to spend the weekend in New Mecca but he said that the hotels in Manhattan Island were too expensive in the summer and that it would be better if we go in the winter when the snow is there and the pre-Ramadan sales are happening.

Last year we went to the Islamic Republic of France for summer vacation and that was nice. I remember the time we spent in Chirac City. The Eiffel Tower was so lovely. I want to go again.

I made some new friends on the internet. There was one boy who seemed very nice but I did not talk too long. I do not want to say something wrong and put my parents in danger. I remember last year when Sumeka’s father had to spend one month in jail because she said something about sex on the internet. I don’t want to do that to my father. He is a good man and he lets my mother have friends and even read modern books. I hope he will find me a good man like him.

It is much easier now to find good people in our world since the great new age. My parents had to live through the evil times when the Zionists controlled our country and made everyone do what they wanted for the corrupt government they had in Palestine. Now, praised be Allah, we are all one people and live as decent people.

I don’t understand how anyone ever enjoyed the immoral movies and music we once had here. Now it is much better. We have movies about how our heroes who changed the world and bought the revolution that freed us from the slavery of desire and ambition. Now we are all one and the world is filled with men and women who know their place and all desire to be worshippers of Allah.

I am excited about summer camp. It is near the nation’s capital in Nasrallah, Michigan and will allow us to learn much and learn more about how to behave as good wives and mothers. I will try to write more later but now I must pray and then clean my brothers’ room.

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A Missing Plane and a Frightening Scenario

Swiftair_-_Boeing_737-301(SF)In some ways it feels like we are watching the first 45 minutes of an epic disaster movie.  Of course we all know about the war in Gaza.  Israel, a free and democratic country fighting a government controlled by the terrorist organization Hamas.  That in itself is bad enough.  But my friends, when you look at today’s events, and what tomorrow is on the Muslim calendar, it could get a lot worse.  It is not in my nature to be alarmist or sensationalist, but we also live in a time when all things need to be considered, no matter how frightening they may be.

Earlier today we get word that Ali Hosseini Khamenei, the spiritual leader of Iran made the following comments regarding Israel:  “As said by Imam Khomeini [the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran] Israel must be destroyed…However, until that time with the help of God for this cruel and murderous regime to be destroyed, strong confrontation with steadfast armed resistance is the only solution against this destructive regime.”  He also stated, regarding the United States: “The anti-American and anti-West view in Iran is a logical view based on experience and a righteous calculation.”

His sentiments are not news.  We know he feels this way, as do millions of his followers.  What is different is the timing, and hopefully not, but possibly another difference is the biggest news story of the day.

First the timing.  Tomorrow is “Quds Day”.  Quds, Arabic for Jerusalem, is a day created by Iran since its revolution in 1979, celebrated on the last day of Ramadan, as a day to express solidarity for the Palestinians against the State of Israel.  Comments made by any Muslim leader today are at least partially designed to motivate and instigate the people into not only protesting and demonstrating, but to do so as violently as possible.  There is no question that Khameini is looking to incite as much violence against Jews as possible,  not only in Israel, but throughout the world.

And then there is the biggest news story of today.  A plane taking off from Algeria has gone missing.  Yes, you  read correctly, gone missing.  Algeria, a North African Muslim nation that donated money made in the World Cup to Hamas and a people who make up the majority of France’s Muslim population committing brutal acts of anti-Semitism.  It is from that country that a plane has gone missing on the eve of Quds Day.  It’s an awful day in world history when one must say, let’s hope the plane only crashed.

It is possible that tomorrow comes and goes and is a repeat of many of the days of the past few weeks.  Awful, but not catastrophic.  But the days of underestimating the enemy’s brutality and capabilities are behind us now.  We no longer have that luxury.