Savage Imam Dies of Wounds After Attack on Police
A savage headbanger in Tunisia died of wounds this week after attacking police.
Lebanon Now reported, via Religion of Peace:(GWP)
A Tunisian imam who was wounded when Islamists attacked police this week died of his wounds on Thursday, a security official said, bringing to two the death toll from the clashes.
Khaled Karaoui, imam of the Ennour Mosque in the Tunis suburb of Manouba, died in hospital before dawn, said local national guard commander Nizar Badis.
The NYT Discovers “Bearded Savages” – in Tunisia
Obviously, the liberal progressive Pulitzer boyz & gals from the Times can’t imagine that there might be some of those savages just around the corner on Times Square; and anyhow: everyone knows that the real problem is ‘Islamophobia’, so lets not get carried away here:
“Tourism is dwindling. Who wants to vacation among bands of bearded savages raiding embassies, staking their black pirate flag over universities or burning trucks carrying beer?”
Will Mona Eltahawy spray-paint the New York Times offices? Will Souhir Stephenson and the New York Times be called “racists” and “bigots” in indignant editorials in…the New York Times, as well as the Washington Post, CNN, et al? Will the politically correct elites recoil in horror and write a thousand counter-op eds denouncing the Times for allowing use of a word that they claim is dehumanizing and demeaning?
Why, no. None of that will happen. And only those who are paying close attention will realize the general hypocrisy.
“Tunisia, a Sad Year Later,” by Souhir Stephenson for the New York Times, October 31 (thanks to JW):
Meanwhile, back in Tunisia, attacks are carried out by “a large number of people with radical religious tendencies:” Islamic supremacists roam Tunis armed with knives after killing of Salafist
Who said Rachid Ghannouchi was a “moderate?”
Leaked videotape shows Tunisia’s “moderate” president re-assuring Salafists (EoZ)
, in a story that got picked up by Die Welt
Some Tunisians are accusing Ennahda’s leader of pursuing a hidden agenda with salafists.
A leaked video featuring Ennahda leader Rachid Ghannouchistrategising with young salafist leaders is causing controversy in Tunisia.