* Why? Because we let them.
Because they can. Because our elected officials and our judiciary is corrupt, lazy and incompetent. Because the Islamo-fascists know everything about us, and there are still far too few among us who know enough about them. Too few who care to inform themselves about the doctrine of Islamic jihad, about the Quranic concept of war which is permanent and relentless, about the supremacy of Islam, which must dominate and not be dominated, the hatred against unbelievers and Jews, which every Muslim carries in his mental baggage, and the quest for world domination, which is, of course Allah’s will.
The Story of Two Imam’s
Misunderstanders of Islam can even be imams, and they’re rather thick on the ground these days. Memo to Ibrahim Hooper and Salam Al-Marayati: the peacefulness of your religion, which you so loudly insist upon in the West, seems to be awfully hard for some of your coreligionists to grasp. What say you call for the international institution of programs in mosques and Islamic schools teaching against the jihad ideology of Islamic supremacism?
PARIS (AP) – A French appeals court sentenced a former imam Monday to five years in prison for involvement in a plot to stage attacks in France to support fighters in Chechnya.
The Paris Court of Appeals stiffened Chelalli Benchellali’s original 18-month suspended sentence, imposing instead a five-year prison term, and ordered him to return from Algeria to serve his time in France.
Treason unchecked: Former Muslim Chaplain at Gitmo engages in Muhammedan propaganda activities, US administration yawns:
* From the ‘Stirring-up-shit-in-the ME’ department:
Former Muslim chaplain at Gitmo passes on hearsay about Qur’an desecration
James “Yusuf” Yee, a Muslim chaplain in the U.S. military, was the focus of a Keystone Kops investigation a few years ago, when he was accused of carrying classified documents out of Guantanamo, and then prosecutors weren’t sure they were classified, and finally they dropped the whole thing. Yee then began touring around complaining of his persecution by government authorities, and playing up a sense of Muslim victimhood.
But in this interview on Syrian TV, he outdoes himself, passing on stories from Gitmo detainees — that is, people who learned and internalized Muhammad’s dictum “war is deceit” — of atrocities that he did not personally witness.
“Former Muslim Chaplain of Guantanamo Prison, James Yee, Tells of the Desecration of the Koran during Interrogation,” from MEMRITV
* Carl sez: ‘Hard to believe this turd was once a commissioned officer of the US-army…
Read it all and find out to whom it was degrading, via Yee the moralist, who has never to my knowledge spoken out against polygamy, wife-beating, female genital mutilation, and the rest. Which is not to suggest that these lurid stories are true. Yee also goes on to accuse his fellow American soldiers of racism and “Islamophobia.”
* In the UK, the charade continues: instead of tackling the jihad head-on, the Gordon Brownnose government keeps sucking up to the ummah in strange and weird ways:
Great: British counter-terrorism officials think the term “war on terror” is “offensive and inappropriate.” Agreed. But are they finally ready to go to war against an actual enemy rather than against a tactic? Will they declare that they are engaged in a defensive action against a global jihad?
Not quite. Even the watery term “war on terror,” you see, is offensive to Muslims — as if what happened on July 7, 2005 in London was not terrorism, much less Islamic jihad, but just a criminal action by nobody in particular.
“Jihad – nothing to do with Islam”- broda,Â and who yer jivin’ with that cosmic debris..?
“Counter-terrorism officials rethink stance on Muslims,”
by Richard Norton-Taylor in The Guardian
Counter-terrorism officials are rethinking their approach to tackling the radicalisation of Muslim youth, abandoning what they admit has been offensive and inappropriate language. They say the term “war on terror” will no longer be heard from ministers. Instead, they will use less emotive language, emphasising the criminal nature of the plots and conspiracies. The government in future, they add, will talk of a “struggle” against extremist ideology, rather than a “battle”.
“We hadn’t got the message right,” said one senior official. He added: “We must talk in a language which is not offensive.” Another said that the terrorist threat must not be described as a “Muslim problem”.
* Yeah, stick your heads in the sand, you dumb ostriches…
* Any discussion of how jihadists use Islamic texts and teachings to recruit and motivate terrorists — that would have to be strictly off limits. Don’t want to offend anyone, you know!
From the Hindustan Times
The international community should counter the spread of Islamophobia partly due to “misinformation and misperceptions”, participants at a UN counter-terrorism conference said.
* Well Muslims: stop blowing shit up and we might stop blaming you for terrorism, how’s that?
Speaking at the 3-day conference, experts said there is a need for the international community to counter the spread of Islamophobia, which they noted has been growing in recent years partly because of misinformation and misperceptions about the religion.
The emergence of “misguided groups” that have deviated from the straight path to fanaticism, violence and extremism, attributing their acts to Islam, in no way justifies associating this phenomenon with the Islamic faith, they said during the conference titled “Terrorism: Dimensions, Threats and Countermeasures” in Tunis.
“It profits from weak State capacity to maintain law and order,” said co-chair and Tunisian Culture and Preservation of Heritage Minister Mohamed El Aziz Ben Achour, during the concluding session on November 17.
“These vulnerable areas are exploited by terrorists to mobilize recruits and justify violence. None of the religions are a cause of political radicalism and extremism. Religious doctrine may be ‘tools of mobilization,’ rather than a direct cause,” he said at the conference which was jointly organized by the UN’s Department of Political Affairs and the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC).
Participants agreed that terrorism flourishes in environments where there is discontent, exclusion, humiliation, poverty, political oppression and human rights abuses, as well as in countries engaged in regional conflicts.