Yvonne Ridley “hasn’t got a clue and isÂ baffled by the roots of ISIS’s violent ideology”
Because we all know that islam is a religion of peace, right?
Mental tosser Yvonne Ridley predictably as unhinged as always:
I have no idea where the Islamic State/ISIS/ISIL or whatever name it uses came from, and I’m just as baffled by the roots of its violent ideology. While I never pretend to speak for the diverse community of Muslims living in Britain today, I reckon my views on this will be echoed by the majority who have watched with growing concern the unprecedented rise of this group.
However, just as unprecedented is the childish invective being spewed out by Islamophobes, racists and so-called terrorism experts encouraged by some sections of the British media. They have not helped at all.Â (Beats me why we should be interested to help these morons in their Â da’wa efforts….)
Saudi Arabia has beheaded 19 people in one month. Isil would be proud
Public beheadings in Saudi Arabia thanks to Vlad Tepes
Human Rights Watch reports that Saudi Arabia has beheaded 19 people since the beginning of August. Some confessions may have been gained under torture and one poor defendant was found guilty of sorcery. …
Story atÂ The TelegraphÂ – the comments are worth a look. (Tim Stanley via Mullah/pbuh)
How much of this BS can you take?
Isil is defaming Islam Â By Mohannad Al Zoubaydi
… let me remind you before you start judging Muslims, that the actions of Isil has nothing to do with Islam and will never be justified. …Â More nothing to do with islam atÂ gulfnews.com
Soddy Barbaria doesn’t like competition:
The Saudi spokesperson told Asharq Al-Awsat: “Our aim is to live in peace, security, and harmony that our Islamic faith teaches. Terrorism belongs to no country. It has no religion, nationality or identity beyond a belief in the power of death and destruction to secure certain political ends. …Â More on the droppings of the false prophet Mohammed and his assorted squabbling followers atÂ Asharq Al-AwsatÂ (Mullah, pbuh)
But why should the Lebanese army need more American military aid? In Lebanon, Hezbollah has a huge and trained army, and lots of equipment from both Syria and Iran, all of which could be used to fight ISIS. Why should the Americans be asked to supply to the less effective Lebanese military (some of whose members are Sunni, and may be ISIS supporters), who might be as little able to hold onto such equipment as the Iraqi army proved to be?Â Here.
Ataturk knew it. Al-Sisi knows it. Bourguiba knew it.The Shah and his court knew it.Ben Ali knew it. Ataturk and Bourguiba were systematic and ruthless and clever. The Shah, however, was vainglorious, confused, and insufficiently ruthless. Ben Ali was possessed by greed.
And now those in Tunisia who wanted to be French, and who thought they could behave like little Frenchmen have discovered that in a Muslim country, they can’ afford that luxury. (And the French are finding out that, in a country with six or seven million Muslims, they will no longer be able to either). Clever, as well as ruthless, repressionof Muslims and the Real Islam is necessary. It’s the only way to deal with, to constrain, those perrmanently high on Islam, because they insist on taking it straight up, instead of on the rocks and diluted. Â Â The storyÂ here.
The Shi’a in Iraq will never surrender the power, political and therefore also economic, they have acquired, and the Sunnis will never reconcile themselves to the loss of that power. And the Kurds will not allow themselves ever again to be ruled by Arabs in Baghdad.
The story of the mosque massacre, and the ultimatum by Sunni political figures,Â here.Â (as always, I’m rootin’ for both sides….)