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Video Footage of IJU Terror Training Camp in Pakistan

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NEFA  April 2008
ijutrainingcamp0408.jpgThe NEFA Foundation has obtained video footage of a terrorist training camp run by the Islamic Jihad Union (IJU) somewhere inside northwestern Pakistan.

The video shows the production and testing of explosives, and the recruitment of young children as fighters. On May 25, 2005, the U.S. State Department announced the designation of the IJU as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT).

The IJU is a breakaway faction of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) and was responsible for bombings in July 2004 at the U.S. and Israeli embassies in the Uzbek capital Tashkent. According an official statement from the State Department, "The Islamic Jihad [Union] continues to target Americans and U.S. facilities overseas and is a dangerous threat to U.S. interests."

(Editor's Note: This is OUR ENEMY, and notice their age.. my fellow Americans. Where did the Warrior spirit of our country go? Does this Warrior spirit reside in our fighting men only? Have the men of the USA gone soft-tooo busy chasing the declining dollar??)

View the Video from NEFA

I have corresponded with a former intelligence office in Israel.  And he wrote me yesterday:
Soon it will The feminization of boys in America is the inevitable result of the loss of the Warrior Class of males. Being a warrior brings out most of what Virilism is all about, inclusive of Chivalry, courtesy, and genuine respect for femininity. In Israel the Warrior class is alive and kicking, boy there's a lot to kick. The girls generally appreciate their virility and prefer the warriors vastly over the effeminates.. Consequently the average family size in Israel among the middle and upper middle class is actually increasing at a steady rate. The Warrior class then tends to assume leadership positions in all entrpreneurial efforts, so that israel is the secong largest contributor to NASDAQ companies, and the second largest registrar of new patents at the US patent office.
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