This isn't a Loose Change specific thing, but I have seen this posted in the comments here, and it is really annoying me. The CTs claim that the United 93 flight recorder was faked, because the hijackers chanted allahu akhbar, "God is great" as they flew into the ground. The loosers appear to have got this theory from the 9/11 "scholars" who claim:
Another blunder was noted by a Muslim member of S9/11T. The last words of the "hijackers" on the tape are "Allah is great! (Allahu akbar!"). Muhammad Columbo says, "The last words of a Muslim cannot be these! They are used in the call to prayer, or in an attack at war. On the moment of death, a Muslim must confirm that "There is but one God, Allah, and that Mohammed is his prophet!" The government's own evidence proves either the tapes or the Muslims are fake.OK, I did find a website which states that it is "recommended , if at all possible" that "la ilaha illa allah" be your last words, but who cares what is "recommended", the last I heard strapping explosives to your body and blowing yourselves to little bits wasn't supposed to be "recommended" in Islam either, but they don't appear to be paying much attention to that. So what do terrorists actually say while carrying out an attack that will most likely result in their death? Even the "scholars" themselves say that "allahu akhbar" is something they say during an attack.
Well apparently, the word isn't getting out to the suicide attackers. Maybe the 9/11 "scholars" can donate some money to the madrassas to educate potential jihadist on proper religious procedure?
I guess she hasn't heard:
MOSCOW – The young woman was smiling and waving as she approached the bus that had stopped at a railroad crossing near the Caucasus town of Mozdok, North Ossetia.
When the driver refused to open the doors, she tried to lunge beneath the vehicle. Witnesses said she screamed "Allahu akhbar" (God is great).
Then came an explosion that killed at least 17 people, mostly military personnel headed to work at Prokhladny Air Force base, the main base for Russian operations in the neighboring breakaway republic of Chechnya.
About 35 minutes later, Egyptian police Brig. Gen. Mohammed al-Zamlout was riding in a car when a suicide bomber riding a bicycle struck the vehicle. "I heard the man yelling 'Allahu Akbar' (God is great) and then a big explosion hit our car," al-Zamlout said, his blue uniform splattered with the bomber's blood.If you don't believe me, watch this amazing video of an unsuccesful sniper attack on a US soldier in Iraq, while chanting "allahu akhbar". Unfortunately in this case the terrorist managed to survive, although only because his intended victim, showing an incredible amount of forgiveness, performed first aid on him.