Quote of the Week

Muselmanic Mental Baggage:

“The father of the Muslim woman was killed by his cousin because he did not kill his daughter to preserve the family’s honor, which led the woman’s brother to avenge the death of his father by killing the cousin. The village Muslims blamed the Christians.” Click over to Jihad Watch to unravel that. (H/T Vlad Tepes)

Sergio’s Mural Watch

Our dear friend Sergio Redegalli updated his mural again:

The Watermelon Greens: Green on the Outside, Red Inside. Time to dispatch them to  the scrap-heap of history…

Dhimmitute on Steroids:

Danish minister defends giving Koran’s &  prayer rugs to captured pirates

In the second world war, did they also hand out copies of Hitlers ‘Mein Kampf’ to captured Nazis?

The only thing that should be made available to these pirates is either a quick walk to the gallows, or a heavy anchor tossed into their boat after the bottom has been sprayed with machine gun fire.  (KGS from TT)

Jyllands-Posten: Danish warships carrying prayer rugs and Korans, so that detained pirates can practice their religion.

4 thoughts on “Quote of the Week”

  1. “The father of the Muslim woman was killed by his cousin because he did not kill his daughter to preserve the family’s honor, which led the woman’s brother to avenge the death of his father by killing the cousin. The village Muslims blamed the Christians.”
    There it is! Katie Couric’s Muslim sitcom!

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