"Freedom & Democracy" in the Middle East

Brother Fareed rubs it:

CNN’s Fareed Zakaria: Uprisings have shown that Muslims “want modernity, jobs and democracy more than they want an Islamic caliphate”

CNN’s Muselman in chief dumps yet another pile of steaming taqiyya on unsuspecting Americans…..

Robert Spencer from an airport lounge somewhere in the United States:   Fareed Zakaria is on CNN explaining it all for us at high volume on the TV overhead. I was doing my best not to pay attention, but I just heard him say, in a piece asserting that al-Qaeda’s influence is waning in the Islamic world, that the recent uprisings all over the Middle East show that Muslims there “want modernity, jobs and democracy more than they want an Islamic caliphate.”

I’m not really surprised that the mainstream media is still peddling such corrosive drivel, but Zakaria might have been kind enough to take even cursory notice of recent stories such as these:

CNN really sux:

CNN celebrates jihad-martyrdom suicide bomber as hero

This is the enemedia that celebrates and lauds people like Feisal Abdul Rauf, Daisy Khan, and Sharif El-Gamal. So this is no surprise. It also is yet another indication of how the American action against Libya is aiding the jihadists there.

Obama and Shrillary Go To War For France

International Intervention presents Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in The French Foreign Legion. (Via the Peoples Cube)

Egypt leads the way:

Muslims attack Christian, cut off his ear: “We have applied the law of Allah, now come and apply your law”

Here is a glimpse into the reality behind the benign picture of Sharia that Islamic spokesmen in the West are busy painting now as more and more states consider anti-Sharia laws. “Muslims Attack Christian in Egypt, Cut Off His Ear,” by Mary Abdelmassih for AINA, March 26: (via JW)

Hudna doesn’t mean ceasefire:

Hang on, we need to reload: Gaza jihadists offer ceasefire to Israel

The hudna is never intended to last, and can be called only when it is in the jihadists’ interest to take a break, regroup, and re-arm. “Gaza militant groups agree Israel ceasefire, says Hamas,” from BBC News, March 26:

Hamas rocket scientists meet virgins:

The IDF scored direct hits on Islamic Jihad terrorists preparing to attack the Negev with more rockets Sunday morning, killng two terrorist and wounding two others.  Hamas asks for ‘Hudna’ to reload…. (source)

Imprisoned Terrorists Want Freedom Too:

Moderate Abbas adds a new condition for “peace”: Release all jihad terrorists

The mask drops yet again, but no one in the West will particularly notice or care, as always. “Abbas adds a new condition for “peace”: Release all terrorists!,” from Elder of Ziyon, March 26 (thanks to JW)

Just like Arafartbastard:

Abbas’s duplicity about his support for honoring terrorist Dalal Mughrabi

To the PA: “Of course we want to name a square after her”
To Israelis: “There’s no doubt, I’m against it”    (source)


Yemen: Islamic supremacists clash with government forces

Secular, pro-democracy forces nowhere in evidence, but no doubt — if we are to believe the learned analysts — certain to triumph. “Islamists Clash With Security Forces In South Yemen,” from AGI, March 27


Government tries to appease Islamic supremacists by freeing 260 of them from prison; they burn Baath party building and police station

Assad too will discover the appeasement only emboldens those who see the world only in terms of strength and weakness. “Mourners burn building in Syria,” from Reuters, March 27:

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  1. I have my doubts about the desire for modernity & democracy.
    They’ve always found it so easy to be indifferent and turn their noses up at these things in the past.
    Why should they change their minds now?
    Muslim society is known for its fixity and refusal to grant validity to other ideas about civilization.
    For Muslim society to change, Islam itself will have to be transformed theologically, doctrinally and scripturally.
    Modernity is the harder course.
    The inertia of the Muslim world is the course of least resistance– and it will involve a tyranny of the majority and horrific oppression for minorities and the outcast.

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