Polemics, Press

Wanted criminal resurfaces, whines about so-called “false DMCA takedown”

Updated: The original forum thread was deleted not long after I posted in there, but you can still see an archive of it here. I created a forum thread exposing this wanted cyber-terrorist to Vimeo here.

After successfully taking down a video that was uploaded with the misleading title of “Extremist Muslims call for tattooing of Non-Muslims in Malaysia” and without my permission on Vimeo, the wanted criminal by PDRM who goes by the anonymous handle of “shadowfox” has resurfaced. Now he is telling Vimeo all kinds of ridiculous stories about yours truly, when it is he who was responsible for twisting the contents of the said video by purposely making it to appear as though it is about the tattooing of non-Muslims. Continue reading

General, Press

The “Swedish” three

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Frankly I couldn’t care less about what Ali Abd Jalil thinks of the Malaysian royalty (and personally I don’t think he’s able to do anything about it anyway, much less gain support for his call for a “republic”) but the two female murtadds with him are the ones that interests me the most. Oh don’t worry, bitches…I am watching you both. Just because I have been pursuing other interests at the moment does not mean that I have not been observing.

Polemics, Press

Troll thwarted from Wikipedia attack

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Yet another attack has been successfully thwarted. The same troll that has been leaving nasty comments and creating fake accounts pretending to be yours truly with defamatory information on YouTube and Twitter, Vimeo, Quora, Twitter and many other places on the social media web was frequently defacing my Wikipedia user profile with false and blatantly outrageous information. It was amusing at first as Wikipedia has the “undo” feature that you can restore previous edits. But I got tired of it and reported the troll incidents to the Wikipedia administrators. So now the page is protected from IP edits and there is no way that the troll can deface the page now.

Haha, troll….you FAILED again! Wallahi, if I ever discover who you really are, not only will I cut your balls off but I will also chop off your stupid head!

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Near Eastern and Semitic Studies Information Archive (NESSIA)

I am pleased to announce the launch of the Near Eastern and Semitic Studies Information Archive (NESSIA), a digital library which aims to provide a collection of documents, books and images that are related to the Near East as well as Semitic studies. Our goal is to position ourselves as a useful resource for students, academicians as well as the average person interested in these subjects to visit our site and use our collection as a source for their references.

Between the 17th century and early 20th century, Orientalism was too clearly tainted by Judeo-Christian polemics. The term “Judeo-Christian” in itself is a term that ignores nearly a millenium and a half of Semitic history by its exclusion of Islam as a Semitic religion that today outpopulates the “Judeo” by over a billion and is nearly equal to the “Christian” in that most inappropriate term. Though much valuable scholarship was found in that era, the sense of paranoia towards Islam was unambiguous as Orientalist scholarship attempted to discredit Islam upon every level as some illegitimate child of the Semitic tradition.

However, in the 21st century we see a new fresh dose of sincere research and analysis as the intentions of old are discarded in the Orientalist scholarship of the Western world. Along with this sincerity is an attempted resurrection of the 18th and 19th century anti-Muslim discrimination under an academic disguise. The sincerity must be encouraged and the discrimination dismissed through exchanges of knowledge and definitive evidence.

It must now be recognized that the Muslim world is an integral component of the Semitic tradition. For too long have the 1.5 billion Muslims who make up 1/4 of this planet’s population been excluded due to either lack of understanding or outright religious discrimination. The Near Eastern Semitic Studies Information Archive (NESSIA) is a pioneering step from the Muslim world into the sphere of Orientalism. The primary goal of NESSIA is to promote understanding of the Muslim world, the religion of Islam, the Arabic language all in the context of the Semitic linguistic, religious and cultural tradition.

It is here that understanding will be promoted, and it is here that misinformation will be thoroughly dismissed.