British PM: 80 percent of Taliban “not hardcore”-Â Limp dick believes Taliban are just like him…
“Being Muslims, it becomes our religious and moral obligation to help the distressed Pakistani woman convicted by the US court on false charges.”
Odd, isn’t?Â The Western media avoids mentioning anything about the fact that Aafia Siddiqui is a Muslim or was influenced by Islamic teachings, as if it were completely irrelevant to her violent actions. Yet at the same time, for the Taliban that’s theÂ onlything that matters about her.
Pakistani supporters take to the streets for ‘Lady al-Qaida’ Aafia Siddiqui found guilty in a US court [Photos]
Supporters of religious party Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Islam burn a U.S. flag to protest against the conviction of a Pakistani woman by a U.S. court, during a rally in Quetta, located in Pakistan’s Baluchistan Province February 4, 2010. About 2,000 Islamists protesting against Siddiqui’s conviction chanted slogans against the United States and support for Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar in the southwestern city of Quetta. Aafia Siddiqui, 37, was convicted in a New York court on Wednesday for grabbing a U.S. officer’s rifle while she was being questioned in 2008 in Afghanistan and firing at FBI agents and military personnel as she was wrestled to the ground. Pakistan will take all steps necessary to bring home a Pakistani woman convicted in a U.S. court for shooting at her U.S. interrogators in Afghanistan, a government spokesman said on Thursday.
An the dhimmi press misinforms, as usual:
In it, Islamic jihadist Aafia Siddiqui is identified as a “Pakistani neuroscientist” and “an American-educated neuroscientist.”
We learn that “Siddiqui shot at two FBI special agents, a U.S. Army warrant officer, an Army captain and military interpreters while she was being held unsecured at an Afghan facility on July 18, 2008.” We learn that “Afghan police had arrested her a day earlier outside the Ghazni governor’s compound in central Afghanistan after finding her with bomb-making instructions, excerpts from the “Anarchist’s Arsenal,” papers with descriptions of U.S. landmarks, and substances sealed in bottles and glass jars.” We learn that “Siddiqui had ‘handwritten notes that referred to a “mass casualty attack”‘ listing several locations in the United States and ‘construction of “dirty bombs.”‘”
Sixteen paragraphs into the article, we learn that the FBI suspected Siddiqui of “ties to al Qaeda.”
But what is Al-Qaeda? Why are they fighting? Can’t we get even a line on that? Can’t we get even half a line about why an “American-educated neuroscientist” would want to make war on America? Is there some scientists’ war on the United States?
There is nothing special about this CNN story. It is just like thousands of other news stories since 9/11. And this is why the level of public awareness of what exactly we are facing in this war is so abysmally low. During World War II, “Why We Fight” material was common. Now it is unheard of — at least in any honest form — because to talk about it honestly would lead directly back to the Islamic jihad, and honest talk about that is forbidden.