Another Killer Called a “Hero” by Jordanian Minister
AMMAN â€” Jordan’s justice minister on Monday described a Jordanian soldier serving a life sentence for killing seven Israeli schoolgirls in 1997 as a “hero,” drawing an expression of “revulsion” from Israel.
“I support the demonstrators’ demand to free Ahmad Dakamseh. He’s a hero. He does not deserve prison,” Hussein Mujalli, who was named minister last week, told AFP after taking part in the sit-in held by trade unions. (AFP)
Elder of Ziyon
You can’t make this stuff up. (Ya gotta love hypocritical Arab dictators)
In a shocking, horrible video (here) posted to facebook, hordes of Western, modern-looking Muslims attack the Great Synagogue of Tunis to the chants of “Allahua Akbar!” and the genocial Islamic death chant:
“Khaybar Khaybar ya yahud, Jaish Muhammad saya’ud,” which means “Jews, remember Khyabar, the army of Mohammed is returning.” This cry relates to an event in the seventh century when Muslims massacred and expelled Jews from the town of Khaybar, in modern-day Arabia.
News of a prior attack on this synagogue had been wildly disputed, but one thing is certain: the media may be painting these violent uprisings as darling and quaint, but they are anything but. Islamic supremacism is being sold to an unwitting public.
Here is a report from February 4th — when I get more info on the video of the attack, I will report:
Marauders attacked a synagogue in Tunisia, as well as schools. Local vigilantes and the military drove them off. Pamela has more
Here’s a few links:
Melanie Phillips on The American debacle in Egypt.
- Egypt: If the top intelligence Guy Thinks the Brotherhood is Secular; No Wonder U.S. Policy is so Screwed UpNews Flash: Mubarak’s not resigning and they were all wrong!How Do We Know What Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Wants? Because It Tells Us
The Jerusalem Post has a long interview with Natan Sharansky, giving him a chance to apply his concepts of freedom and democracy to what is happening in Egypt. Excerpts: Sharansky on democracy, freedom, Egypt
Ridiculous, just ridiculous: Good news from Lebanon