ITWASSOOTED: Death in a whorehouse

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Death in a whorehouse

By: Shahin

UK, 23 November 2005.

"Death in a whorehouse" came to mind after reading Conal Urquhart’s article in the Guardian about the Amman bombings on 9 November 2005 (below):

Saturday November 12, 2005

The Guardian
“The bars (in Amman) are filled with tattooed ex-soldiers, young former officers and eastern European prostitutes. The men talk of the Iraq where they work for private security firms, and the women try to offer them an expensive escape.”
War in Iraq has brought an influx of Western visitors and investment to Jordan. Prostitution has become more common... Amman even has a lap-dancing bar... One of the few establishments where eastern European prostitutes could be seen in public was the basement nightclub of the Grand Hyatt hotel.”

The Grand Hyatt Hotel was one of the places which were bombed. So, those so-called Muslim hotel patrons who were either blown up or crushed to death in those crusader inns will probably find themselves on the Day of Judgement in the unenviable position of having to explain to the Almighty why they met their end in a crusader whorehouse. Not just any old whorehouse but one owned by Americans, which means funding the crusade.

Conal Urquhart reported earlier in the Guardian (10 November 2005), “it (Jordan) has become a service centre for organisations and businesses involved in the occupation (of Iraq). The nightclub of the Grand Hyatt was a popular meeting place for east European prostitutes and foreign workers.”

The Mujahideen (Islamic fighters) were not far wrong when an Al-Qaida statement posted on the Internet described the three hotels that were attacked as "filthy entertainment centres for the traitors and apostates of the umma [the Muslim world] and a safe haven for the infidel intelligence services".

Basically, Jordanian King Abdullah the Second, or rather Queen Elizabeth of England’s Corgi dog, turned Jordan into a brothel for servicing the needs of Crusaders carrying out murder, looting and rape in Iraq. Nobody should be surprised that Crusader inns were targeted.

This brings me onto the question of the wedding party caught up in one of the hotel blasts. But first read what the Associated Press reported,
“Witnesses at the Grand Hyatt, which is a short distance from the Radisson (the venue of the said wedding reception) in central Amman, said a suicide bomber blew himself up close to the hotel's lobby and bar. An American businessman, who refused to give his name, told the Associated Press news agency: "Several of my friends have died."

Conclusion: These hotels were supplying alcohol without restrictions to Muslims and non-Muslims alike. They are centres for Crusaders to plan and carry out attacks on Iraq as well as venues for promoting prostitution.
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