THANKS CAMORON, FOR EXCHANGING ONE GROUP OF HOMICIDAL INBREDS FOR ANOTHER!!
Senior Official in Egyptian Islamic Jihad: If We Come to Power, We will Launch a Campaign of Islamic Conquests to Instate Shari'a Worldwide: 'The Christian is Free to Worship His God in His Church, but if the Christians Make Problems for the Muslims, I Will Exterminate Them'
On August 13, 2011, the Egyptian daily Roz Al-Yousef published an interview with Sheikh 'Adel Shehato, a senior official in Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ), who, on March 23, 2011, was freed from prison in the wake of the Egyptian revolution. He was imprisoned in 1991 upon returning from a three-year sojourn in Afghanistan.
In the interview, Shehato expressed complete opposition to democracy "because it is not the faith of the Muslims, but the faith of the Jews and Christians." He said that although the youth of the Arab revolutions have not declared the implementation of shari'a as one of their goals, the mujahideen nonetheless identify with their aspiration to overthrow the Arab rulers, whom they had always considered "infidels who must be killed because they do not rule according to the shari'a." He added, however, that "once Allah's law is applied, the role of the people will end and Allah will reign supreme." He went on to say that although he supports Al-Qaeda's ideology, shari'a law would not be enforced by violence but by da'wa(preaching), whereas violence would be used only against the infidel Arab rulers. MORE HERE.
And here in Libya:
Jalil, a serious head-banger with tumour, who was Gaddafy's justice minister, saw the tide was turning and crossed to the rebel side. He is the one who approved death sentences for innocent Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor, for allegedly infecting Libyan children with AIDS. This was a conspiracy cooked up by him and the Gaddafy government.
Wikipedia: Mustafa Abdul Jalil or Abdul-Jalil (Arabic: مصطفى عبد الجليل, also transcribed Abdul-Jelil, Abd-al-Jalil, Abdel-Jalil, Abdeljalil orAbud Al Jeleil) (born 1952) is a Libyan politician. From 2007 to 2011, he was Minister of Justice (unofficially, the Secretary of the General People's Committee) under Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi. He has been noted in some news media for his stance against various human rights violations in Libya, although others express a different view and stress, for example, that it was he who sentenced to death theBulgarian nurses (later converted to life imprisonment and eventually release). During the 2011 Libyan civil war, Abdul Jalil has been identified as the Chairman of the National Transitional Council based in Benghazi, which controls most of the country, although this position is contested by others in the uprising due to his past direct participation to Gaddafi's government as Minister of Justice for four years until 2011.