(Picture above of neighbor’s support to the Boyd family)
In the Name Allah (the One God) Most Beneficent, Most Merciful
Do you know about DanielPatrick “ Saifullah” Boyd?
This blog contains some personal reflections about him
and the FBI accusations against him and his co-defendants.
This Blog is dedicated to the friends and supporters of Daniel Patrick Boyd, also known as “Saifullah,” and his co defendants, to struggle against the lies and accusations rallied against them, and the unjust and bogus, over blown, embellished indictments served them on Monday July 27, 2009, in Raleigh, North Carolina. The truth will prevail over falsehood, just as light overcomes darkness, and justice overcomes injustice.
The picture above is the Boyd’s family home, with a near neighbor’s sign of support on the fence.
And here is another picture of a neighbor’s support below.
And here the closeup:
We also support the Boyds and his co-defendants;
See also http://supportboyd.blogspot.com
Daniel Boyd and co-defendants are incarcerated awaiting trial at the Piedmont Regional Jail, VA.
And lest we forget recent history of the “Reagan Doctrine”
when patriotism called for sacrifice against the “Evil Empire” of International Communism;
and lest we forget that
[President Reagan is reported to have said while introducing some leaders of the Afghan Mujahideen (from the word Jihad) to media on the White House lawns (1985):“These gentlemen are the moral equivalents of America’s founding fathers.” The quote has been reported as mentioned, and others say that this is confirmed for his saying about the Nicaragua Contras and not the Afghani Mujahedeen, but as it has been said, he could have said it for them given his doctrine and track record]
See it on You Tube:
President Ronald Reagan Meeting Some
Proclamation 5034 -Afghanistan Day, 1983
By the President of the United States of America, 21 March 1983
The tragedy of Afghanistan continues as the valiant and courageous Afghan freedom fighters [The Taliban] persevere in standing up against the brutal power of the Soviet invasion and occupation. The Afghan people are struggling to reclaim their freedom, which was taken from them when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December of 1979.
In this three-year period the Soviet Union has been unable to subjugate Afghanistan. The Soviet forces are pitted against an extraordinary people who, in their determination to preserve the character of their ancient land, have organized an effective and still spreading country-wide resistance. The resistance of the Afghan freedom fighters is an example to all the world of the invincibility of the ideals we in this country hold most dear, the ideals of freedom and independence.
We must also recognize that the sacrifices required to maintain this resistance are very high. Millions have gone into exile as refugees. We will probably never know the numbers of people killed and maimed, poisoned and gased, of the homes that have been destroyed, and of the lives that have been shattered and stricken with grief.
It is, therefore, incumbent upon us as Americans to reflect on the events in Afghanistan, to think about the agony which these brave people bear, and to maintain our condemnation of the continuing Soviet occupation. Our observance again this year of Afghanistan Day on March 21, the Afghan New Year, will recall for all the world America’s unflagging sympathy for a determined people, its support for their refugees and commitment to achieving a political settlement for Afghanistan which will free that country from tyranny’s yoke.
The Congress, by Senate Joint Resolution 65, has designated March 21, 1983 as Afghanistan Day and has requested the President to issue a proclamation in observance of that day.
Now, Therefore, I, Ronald Reagan, President of the United States of America, do hereby designate March 21, 1983 as Afghanistan Day.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this twenty-first day of March, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and eighty-three, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and seventh.
Remarks of President Reagan on Signing the Afghanistan Day Proclamation March 20, 1987
…. I assure you, that we will continue our joint efforts in support of the freedom fighters efforts to win back your country’s freedom. Free people everywhere agree that there can be no compromise on the goal of Afghan independence, and that means the total withdrawal of all Soviet forces and the full self-determination of the Afghan people. No other settlement will end that war…..
Proclamation 5621 — Afghanistan Day, 1987 March 20, 1987
By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation
….Most important, it is essential that we and others continue our support of the brave struggle by the Afghan resistance. We must not let up until all Soviet troops depart and the Afghan people are free to determine their own future. Nothing less will suffice. I am proud of the strong support provided over the past 6 years by my Administration, by the Congress, and by the American people. I am confident we shall continue to stand firm and not falter.
The Congress, by Senate Joint Resolution 63, has authorized and requested the President to issue a proclamation designating March 21, 1987, as “Afghanistan Day.”
Now, Therefore, I, Ronald Reagan, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim March 21, 1987, as Afghanistan Day, and I urge the American people to participate in appropriate observances to reflect our support of the Afghan struggle for freedom…..Ronald Reagan [Filed with the Office of the Federal Register, 11:10 a.m., March 23, 1987]
Below: They will not forget: Afghan War Rug
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And we encourage all with patience and perseverance in the face of hardships, for indeed God the Almighty and the Majestic subjects His servants to trials and tribulations to test them and to bring forth from them various forms of sincere worship which He loves and which is beneficial for them in this Life and in the Hereafter, when all humanity must stand before their One and Only Lord Creator and God for Judgment, and He is the All-Powerful, All-Wise.
Allahumma bi-rahmatak nastagheeth (Oh God, we beseech Your Mercy)
Seek, ask, reflect, repeat, repent, and you may be guided.
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Liberty can not be preserved without general knowledge among people.” (August 1765) John Adams
Each piece of truth is like finding a diamond, a pearl; and the truth will set you free
seek, ask, reflect, repent, act
Ask and you will receive
Above: Koh-I-Noor diamond
Most Precious of All :
Testimony that none has the right to be worshiped except The ONE GOD,
and that Muhammad is the Messenger of the ONE GOD
Like life giving water