Check out this headline — “Multi-faith group protests Pamela Geller, conservative conference.” The “multi-faith group” was six Muslims. There were over 300 people at the Maryland Conservative Conference, but this silly grievance-mongering few get enormous TV coverage and editorial bias. Watch the video:
Please note that the aggressors speak of “defending Islam” when they do mean violent jihad.
Arabic-speaking Christians were using the word “Allah” to refer to the God of the Bible since before the invention of Islam. This does not in reality signify their Islamization or dhimmitude; it is just the word they have used. But now Islamic supremacists in Malaysia have made it into an issue, and Johor Islamic Religious Council Adviser Datuk Nooh Gadut is threatening violence against those who do not fall into line.
JOHOR BARU (Jan 12): Johor Islamic Religious Council Adviser Datuk Nooh Gadut today said those who allow the abuse of the word ‘Allah’ can be considered as apostates and should repent immediately.He said the word ‘Allah’ was the exclusive right of Islam and Muslims.
Israel’s security forces were caught flat-footed on Thursday night when ‘Palestinians’ set up tents and squatted on land located in E-1 between Jerusalem and Maaleh Adumim. They should not have been. The ‘Palestinians’ set up a Facebook page for the ‘event’ on December 30.
With all that our intelligence services supposedly monitor social media, you have to wonder where they were on this one. (Carl)
The International Rescue Committee just released a report on the Syrian crisis, and it includes sickening details of rape there and the aftermath of sexual abuse: The report does not specify whether it is only the Syrian forces who are committing these crimes or the rebel side as well.
“I guess it never occurred to the British academic that a good way to “kick-start the peace process” would be for the Palestinian leadership in the W. Bank to avoid aligning themselves with a group whose leadership characterizes Jews as “blood suckers” and “wild beasts” who deserve to be annihilated.”
This is, of course, only one tiny example of how the daily incitement in Arabic media gets ignored by the mainstream media – the major newspapers, networks and wire services.
Here are a few of the anti-semitic articles and actions in the Arab and Iranian media we reported on in only the past month:
“No need to get excited, though: this is about Europe, where apparently – unlike the Middle East – people convicted of terrorism in a court of law can be described by the BBC as terrorists rather than ‘militants’ and their actions described as terrorism rather than ‘resistance’. “
The Turks are irked, the Turks are irked — what kind of jerk would irk the Turks?
Thought this kind of thing only happened in strongholds of Islamic supremacist fury such as Pakistan and Afghanistan? Think again. Anyway, as for the expulsion of U.S. troops from Turkey, sounds like a great idea to me.“Turkish protesters condemn US forces over mosque attack,”from Islamic Invitation Turkey, January 13 (thanks to JW):
People have taken to the streets in southern Turkey to condemn US forces based in the country over reports that the soldiers desecrated Islam.The protest was held on Saturday in the province of Adana, home to the Incirlik Air Base, where US troops are stationed.
The demonstrators demanded that the culprits be identified and punished. They also called for the expulsion of the US troops from Turkey.
The rally came after reports that a group of drunk US soldiers broke the windows of a mosque and destroyed copies of the Qur’an on New Year’s Eve.
Yeah, that’s about as likely to have happened as a visit from Santa Claus to the same mosque.
The Adana Governor’s office is said to have launched an investigation into the allegations.The Turkish military denies the sacrilegious move was committed by US troops.
Tahirul Qadri, an Islamic scholar and preacher who returned to Pakistan in December after years in Canada, has said he will lead a million people on a “peaceful revolution”.
He has accused the government of being corrupt and incompetent, and argued that Pakistan must enact “meaningful” electoral reforms before general elections, scheduled to be held within eight weeks after parliament disbands in mid-March.
“This is a march for protection of human rights, elimination of poverty, supremacy of constitution, rule of law and end of corruption,” Qadri said.
The cleric called for what he says is a “democracy march”, but the government says the cleric, is part of a “conspiracy” designed to postpone elections and grab power.
Paki leaders dismissed the government of southwest Baluchistan province early Monday in response to the demands of protesters angry about an attack on minority Shiite Muslims there that killed 115 people.
Last year was the deadliest ever for Shiites in Pakistan, with over 400 dead in targeted killings. Violence has been especially intense in Baluchistan, home of the largest number of Shiites in the country.