Sunday, March 04, 2007

From THE TORONTO STAR
Last Update: March 3, 7:36PM

Air Strikes Against American Crusaders Won't Stop

BADAWI PLEDGES MORE AIRSTRIKES ON BLUE RIDGE

Amidst reports that the leadership among Christian Extremist groups was 'crumbling', PMC leadership, including Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dato' Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, rejected calls to halt the airstrikes to enable aid to reach sections of the Blue Ridge region.

"We will continue to seek out the heads of the terror organizations," Badawi said, "We will get all those who are responsible. The terror organizations feel this and will feel this in full force in the near future."

But Badawi also promised $1 million worth of aid to America in order to provide medical relief to civilian casualties.

A geologist who specialized on the Appalachian Mountains said the background of Lowell's December video address was unique to Virginia's Blue Ridge Highlands, indicating that the Christian crusader could be hiding there.

CRUSADER CASUALTIES

Yesterday 22 Chrisitian militants belonging to North Carolina based Klan groups were killed in raids on Abingdon.

The Pan Moslem Coalition also executed another round of attacks on Christian Extremist positions in Round Hill, directly west of Washington DC, apparently paving the way for the possible entry of Coalition Forces northward into the Allegheny region.

Representatives of PURE claimed that Indonesian and Indian bombs had hit a several churches, killing scores of innocent people.

Meanwhile, a collective of PURE, American evangelicals, and European Neo Nazi parties, appeared to be strengthening its resistance to the 'Islamic warriors', by increasing recruiting drives from US military facilities throughout the world.

Members of PURE threatened "a wave of Crusader operations" –in response to what it called "a big loss."

MEXICO CONNECTED TO ILLEGAL ARMS TRADE

In a related story, Mexico denies reports that it is paying Oliver Lowell millions of dollars to acquire any unexploded missiles used in the attacks on the renegade's hideouts.


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