Pamela Geller links:
The Islamist sect Boko Haram Â (which means western learning is forbidden) has claimed responsibility for a wave of Christmas day bombings across Nigeria
“Explosions Rip Through Churches in Nigeria”
If it’s Christmas, then Muslims are slaughtering, oppressing or persecutingÂ Christians. Every year like clockwork. The Muslim group, Boko Haram, whose name means “Western education is sacrilege,” is claiming responsibility for the latest series of firebombings and attacks.
The media calls these Islamic attacks “clashes.” Defense against jihad is a “clash.” Subjugated tools.
The O-bumbler said: “ we’re leaving behind a sovereign, stable and self-reliant Iraq with a representative government that was elected by its people.”
“Rivers of Blood”
Biden has Taliban Confused:
- “Biden is talking both sense and nonsenseâ€”if we are not your enemies, then what are you doing in Afghanistan?”
Hijab R US
- Obama Defense Dept Allows Muslim Cadets to Wear Hijabs or Turbans, Hamas-Lobby CAIR Thrilled–what is most disturbing about this story is Leon Panetta’s rush, and the Army’s rush, to placate the Hamas-linked Muslim Brotherhood group CAIR.
The Bombs of Damascus
Ahmadis cause “hurt feelings”
They just wanted to kill some Jews:
Humanitarian Workers Shot To Death Following Islamist Ban…Â (The Islamist al-Shabab group has banned most foreign aid agencies from the large swathes of territory it controls.)
The Sad Plight of Christians in the Middle East
Groups like CAIR whine incessantly about Muslim entitlement in the West, but how do are Christians treated when Muslims have power?
The writer,Â Michael Curtis, is one of the few who note that Arabs don’t give a f*kc for U.N. declarations if its not explicitly in their favor:
The outlook forÂ ChristiansÂ is indeed bleak. Â The Arab countries have not abided by the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights (Article 18) of December 1948, which states that “[e]veryone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion.” Â Discrimination against non-Muslims has always been present in the Arab Muslim world. Â In the Ottoman Empire, as elsewhere,Â ChristiansÂ were second-class subjects, except for a short period after 1856 when the sultan conceded the principle of equality of the law to all subjects.
That’s of course because the Europeans had the upper hand and could therefore force the sultan to abolish the dhimmi system.