“Sudden Jihad Syndrome”
But don’t worry: it’s not “terrorism.” The man “seems to have simply been overcome by a fit of rage.” Of course. How often have you gotten ticked off when the coffee pot at the office is emptyÂ again, and gone out and stolen a car, rammed it into an airport door, and then tried to stab a police officer? It’s perfectly understandable. Nothing to do with “terrorism.” And jihad? Pah! What relationship could this incident possibly have with a noble interior spiritual struggle?
Obviously, this case of ‘Sudden Jihad Syndrome’ was also overlooked:
“Stoning is not in the Koran” Â –
Tunisian fundamentalists burn down brothels
Islamic fundamentalists attempted a show of force in Tunis on Friday by burning down a street of brothels. The incident was the latest sign of Islamists organising in the North African state, the only Arab country with legal prostitution, after an uprising toppled President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali last month. (source)
Daffy on the run?
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi’s “plot against Libya” victimhood rhetoric doesn’t seem to be carrying the day. “Gaddafi’s Son: Last Gasp of Libya’s Dying Regime?,” by Vivienne Walt inÂ Time Magazine, February 21/JW Â (Michael Totten’s Libya pic’s are interesting) There are indications that Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has fled Libya and may be headed for Venezuela, William Hague said today.
Daffy’s vow to ‘fight to the death’
Not fighting to the death:
Reforming the Banks: