We can’t risk our diversity over jihad attack on Washington Naval Yard…

“Workplace Related Violence!” (might cause ‘backlash’ against Muslims, or something….)

BREAKING: Shooting At Washington D.C. Navy Yard UPDATE: 6 Dead; 12 Shot; 1 Suspect Dead, 2 At Large (GWP)

Obumbler calls jihad “tragedy”

“Tragic events”, “incident”- blah, bah….

PD:  Obama Writes It Off To Workplace Violence, Not Terrorism, Before Investigation Even Begins; Tees Up Gun Control: ‘Yet Another Mass Shooting’

But don’t you jump to conclusions or “act stupidly!”

 After psycho shrink Nidal Hasan shot 14 people dead and wounded about 40 more in Fort Hood, Army Chief of Staff General George W. Casey proclaimed that “as horrific as this tragedy was, if our diversity becomes a casualty, I think that’s worse.”

Here we go again. Can’t risk our diversity, allahu akbar!

That  Hopey Changey is really transforming America, totally!

This is CNN: Fort Hood Never Happened; Anchor Can’t Remember the Last Shooting at ‘U.S. Military Facility’  (Pamela Geller)

Yes, of course. According to the dhimmedia muppets at CNN, there is no jihad. So if there is no jihad, then Fort Hood never happened. And those 14 victims of jihad were not slaughtered in cold blood. CNN is a good example of the low state of news organizations in this country.

Anyone who mentions Fort Hood is an islamophobe.

Just for the record, the Fort Hood jihad was the worst attack on a military base on the US mainland in history.

In other news:

Looks like we need more ‘interfaith dialogue’

Chechnya: Jihad-martyrdom suicide bomber murders three policemen

More “dialogue” from the home of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. “Suicide bomber kills three police in Russia’s Chechnya,” from Reuters, September 16 (thanks to JW)

Muslim Blackmail – the Case of Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer

Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, two fearless activists who have fought for years against the creeping Islamization of North America, are scheduled to speak in Toronto next week. When defending a cause, the number of those who hate you is just as important for measuring your efficiency as the number of your admirers. A strong reaction always means that your work has a real effect.

“Enemies of allah” must be killed!

Syrian jihadists murder dozens of Alawites after Muslim cleric urges them to “kill the enemies of Allah”

Nothing to be concerned about. Christian clerics routinely urge believers to “kill the enemies of Christ,” don’t they? Don’t they?

 Only one-third of Syrian rebels are “moderates” — and those “moderates” burn churches

The article below refers to the “the more moderate rebel Free Syrian Army (FSA),” but inthis article, we learn about “a YouTube video showed an FSA gunman blowing up a church in Aarbin in the Damascus countryside and burning it completely. The clip shows the church destroyed and some of the icons burned.”

So even the “moderates” in Syria burn churches to the ground.

Report: half Syrian rebels with Islamist militias

Vladimir Putin may have done the world a favor by stopping Barack Obama’s vague plans for a military strike on the admittedly brutal Syrian regime, given those fighting it:

Opposition forces battling Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria now number around 100,000 fighters, but after more than two years of fighting they are fragmented into as many as 1,000 bands.

The new study by IHS Jane’s, a defence consultancy, estimates there are around 10,000 jihadists – who would include foreign fighters – fighting for powerful factions linked to al-Qaeda.. (Andrew Bolt has more)

Syrian opposition says Christians will live as dhimmis in Sharia state

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Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch Gregory III and other clerics at a funeral for three Christians murdered by Muslims in Maaloula


“The commanders of the Islamist brigades, who have declared more than once that their project was to establish a caliphate, have repeatedly indicated that no one will persecute the Christians or drive them out of their homes because they are ‘people of the book’ and dhimmis (non-Muslim citizens of the Islamic state), so there are no problems with them, unlike the rest of the communities such as Shiites, Alawites and Druze.”

So apparently they want to subjugate the Christians, in accord with the cornerstone of the dhimmi system, Qur’an 9:29, which mandates that Muslims fight against the “People of the Book” until they “pay the jizya with willing submission and feel themselves subdued” (9:29). And the Shiites, Alawites and Druze will evidently just be massacred.

“Syrian Opposition Fails To Reassure Christians,” by Tareq al Abed, translated from As-Safir (Lebanon) in Al-Monitor, September 11 (thanks to AINA):

Syrian Christians as a whole have not thrown their support behind either side in the Syrian war. Nevertheless, Christians in Syria have been subjected to a lot of pressure by both the regime and the opposition, which failed to give them (or any religious or ethnic Syrian component) any assurances or support.Some armed groups have accused the church of supporting the regime. And many of the opposition’s statements and video clips do not reassure minorities that they will be participants in the new Syria.

The political opposition: failure without borders

In the revolution’s first months, Christians did join the protests in various towns and villages. One day of protests was even called “Good Friday.” In several areas, the churches opened their doors to displaced persons and those affected by the war, as in Daraa, Aleppo and Hama. But when the revolution was militarized and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) was formed, Christians started fearing for their future role in light of the growing Islamist trend in the various armed opposition battalions.

Matters became worse after some oppositionists in the field accused the regime of supporting the Christians, citing celebrations in al-Kassa’a and Bab Touma in Damascus. Christians’ fears were reinforced after bombings, shelling and clashes broke out at churches in Damascus and other sites such as Irbeen in the Damascus countryside, Homs and Deir ez-Zor.

In addition to all that, the political opposition has failed miserably to reassure the Christians and has neglected to address many worrisome events. Father Fadi Haddad was killed in Katana, in the Damascus countryside. Bishops Boulos al-Yazigi and Youhanna Ibrahim were kidnapped in Aleppo. Father Paolo Dall’Oglio disappeared in Raqqa. Clashes recently reached Maaloula in the Qalamun. And there was news about attacks on churches and monasteries in Ras al-Ain.

When the two bishops were kidnapped, the Syrian National Coalition and Syrian National Council (SNC) accused extremist armed groups of kidnapping and possibly killing them. Then both groups backpedaled and said that the regime was behind the crime, to scare the Christians into supporting it. The opposition did not promote a discourse emphasizing loyalty to the homeland over religion. It took no concrete steps to prevent a repeat of what happened to the churches in Iraq and the subsequent waves of Christian migration.

The National Coalition and the opposition abroad thought that placing a Christian figure in a leading position would reassure the minorities, so George Sabra was elected to head the SNC. They also promoted Michel Kilo, who made ​​great efforts to showcase the role of Christian activists in the revolution. Kilo asserted that the Christian street disagrees with the church’s position. Activist Ghassan Saltana made the same claim.

But on the ground, nothing changed. The opposition simply kept repeating that the only guarantee for the minorities is to participate in the revolution. Some activists have tended not to blame the National Coalition, and the political opposition in general, because its popularity on the ground is almost nonexistent and thus its positions mean nothing. Neither the bishops’ kidnappers nor the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) responded to the opposition’s calls, assuming they even recognize it….

The commanders of the Islamist brigades, who have declared more than once that their project was to establish a caliphate, have repeatedly indicated that no one will persecute the Christians or drive them out of their homes because they are “people of the book” and dhimmis (non-Muslim citizens of the Islamic state), so there are no problems with them, unlike the rest of the communities such as Shiites, Alawites and Druze.

ISIS has another position. Unconfirmed news from Raqqa indicate that Father Paolo was killed in accordance with a decision from the “emir” on the grounds that “the Christians have betrayed the covenant,” and should therefore be killed. But that news has not been verified, and ISIS has said nothing about Paolo’s disappearance so far.

But with the entry of the FSA and Jabhat al-Nusra to Maaloula in the Qalamun mountains near Damascus, there is a lot at stake. While opposition activists in the region have strongly denied (by posting dozens of video clips) any assault on the monasteries and churches in the town, the appeals by the FSA and the gunmen have failed to reassure the people there.

On the other hand, a YouTube video showed an FSA gunman blowing up a church in Aarbin in the Damascus countryside and burning it completely. The clip shows the church destroyed and some of the icons burned.

7 thoughts on “We can’t risk our diversity over jihad attack on Washington Naval Yard…”

  1. Backlashobia trumps “islamophobia” – CAIR cancels conference:

    Postponed: Release of CAIR Islamophobia Report Delayed Due to D.C. Shootings

    [WASHINGTON, Sept. 16, 2013 — /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Tuesday release of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) report, “Legislating Fear: Islamophobia and its Impact in the United States 2011-2012,” will be delayed until further notice due to the fatal shootings at the Washington Navy Yard near the civil rights organization’s Capitol Hill headquarters.]

  2. Oh Dear, another workplace shooting on Obama’s watch.

    …..wait for it….wait for it…Here comes, “signs were missed.”

    More victims of Obama’s PC military.

    Rest in Peace.

  3. “Nothing to be concerned about. Christian clerics routinely urge believers to ‘kill the enemies of Christ,’ don’t they? Don’t they?”
    My grandfather’s earliest memories were of Easter celebrations in Ukraine — being dragged into the root cellar while hoards of villagers, egged on by priests, raped and/or killed every Jew they could find and looted and burned Jewish homes and property.
    So, yes, Christians are relatively civilized now, but it is a very recent development. Perhaps when Islam is 2000 years old (should we survive that long) it, too, will develop a modicum of civilization.

  4. Show me the part in Christian scripture that makes “hoards of villagers, egged on by priests, rape and/or kill every Jew they could find and loot and burn Jewish homes and property” and I believe you.

    Until you do that, I call you a liar.

    1. It is immaterial whether it is in scripture or not, for almost 2000 years, it was IN PRACTICE — hundreds of pogroms, expulsions, massacres, the inquisition.
      For example, the Kishinev pogroms occurred in 1903. The New York Times described the first of the famous “Kishinev pogroms”:

      “The anti-Jewish riots in Kishinev, Bessarabia, are worse than the censor will permit to publish. There was a well laid-out plan for the general massacre of Jews on the day following the Russian Easter. The mob was led by priests, and the general cry, “Kill the Jews,” was taken- up all over the city. The Jews were taken wholly unaware and were slaughtered like sheep. The dead number 120 and the injured about 500. The scenes of horror attending this massacre are beyond description. Babes were literally torn to pieces by the frenzied and bloodthirsty mob. The local police made no attempt to check the reign of terror. At sunset the streets were piled with corpses and wounded. Those who could make their escape fled in terror, and the city is now practically deserted of Jews.”

      And Bessarabia was civilized compared to some other areas, such as the Ukraine.

  5. From Uncle Vladdi (because his comment went missing, so I’m posting on his behalf)

    Like you, I’ve decided to contest the parochialism of “Kattmama,” here:

    http://sheikyermami.com/we-cant-risk-our-diversity-over-jihad-attack-against-washington-naval-yard/?replytocom=1559303#respond

    … but my reply comment is currently lost in the buffer somewhere! Please retreive it?

    ………

    While it may be true that criminal people – especially some religion-salesmen known as “priests,” calling them selves ‘Christians,’ may have committed these crimes, they were NOT acting AS true Christians, in that there is absolutely nothing in Christian scripture advocating for, endorsing, nor even suggesting that such actions are anything other than …crimes.

    So, NO, it’s NOT “immaterial” that it’s not in scripture.

    Christianity is, after all, the largest branch of “reformed” Judaism.

    And Jews have always been their own worst enemies: so you might as well have referenced the JEWISH Spanish Inquisitions, which predated the allegedly ‘Christian’ (but really only officially secular, in that they were organized by the monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella, and even so mostly to root out hidden, ‘occulted’ muslims during the re-conquest) ones.

    Ever look them up? Rabbis tortured their own people, hacking the noses off Jewish women who had been ‘too promiscuous!’ Sound familiar? Sort of like muslims pouring acid on their own women who step out of line? Now, would you say those abominable, purely Jewish barbarities were, or were not, in the Jewish canon of scripture, and if not, would you still claim it was “irrelevant!”?

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