The fervour of the converts:
“He became obsessed with practicing his new religion. He prayed constantly.”
“He became obsessed with practicing his new religion. He prayed constantly.” And yet Western authorities would have us believe that despite his zeal, despite his… Â CPNAGASAKI.WORDPRESS.COM
“He became obsessed with practicing his new religion. He prayed constantly.” And yet Western authorities would have us believe that despite his zeal, despite his obsession with practicing Islam fully and correctly, he got his new religion all wrong â€” and did so in a way that numerous other converts to Islam and lifelong Muslims [Robert SpencerÂ /Comments]Continue Reading Â»
Abdullah Elmir, “Australian”, 17:
“To the leaders, to Obama, to Tony Abbott I say this; these weapons that we have, these soldiers, we will not stop fighting, we will not put down our weapons until we reach your lands, until we take the head of every tyrant and until the black flag is flying high in every single land,”
Peter Bergen, CNN:
In theÂ brand-new first issueÂ of the English-language edition of the Al Qaeda recruitment magazine Resurgence, Adam Yahiye Gadahn lays out targets for Al Qaeda supporters, in groups and groupuscules and lone wolves, to attack. And first on the list are oil tankers and oil pipelines in the Middle East itself.
Now think for a minute. Even if there is not a single attack, the price of insuring those tankers and those pipelines by insurance companies, which are all in the West, will skyrocket. This means that Middle Eastern oil will become, relative to other oil, more expensive than it would otherwise be, and that, in turn, means that the market share of Muslim Arab producers will go down or, in order to stay competitive, they will have to lower the prices of their crude. And that means less money for the Muslim Arabs, which also means less to play with or contribute to the economic jihad (which includes access to Arab markets), and the diplomatic jihad (which requires, often, bribes to diplomats and leaders in countries from Europe to sub-Saharan Africa) and the propaganda jihad (which, again, requires money). The less money the Arabs get from oil and gas revenues, the weaker Muslims become. Keep up the advice column, Mr. Lonelyhearts of the Hadramaut, formerly of California, Mr. Adam Yahiye Gadahn. At long last you’re cooking with gas!