Pamela Geller: there is something horribly wrong in America when a soldier is jailed for killing the enemy. The criminalization of our heroes is the liberal wet dream and the goal of the enemy, Islamic supremacists. Indeed, they make common cause of their hatred of the good.
Lt. Behenna shot a known al qaeda killer on the battlefield, a terrorist the Army had actually issued a kill/capture order for before they realized he was already dead.
Confirmed: The Obama DHS hit job on conservatives is real Â Â (Michelle Malkin)
That’s because the U.S. government sided with the Â Muslims, against US.
In this video exchange on Fox & Friends, Retired Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer talks about the latest literature from DHS. Also, take note of how Shaffer singles out CAIR and wants to know why there’s not more concern about them since they were an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial.
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No country that allows itself to be ruled (or ‘educated’) by its enemies is likely to survive.
Madrassahs around the world are funded by the Koranimals who run Saudi Arabia. Â The schools teach children to hate Â (and kill) non-Muslims. Classes often consist of kids rocking to and fro like schizophrenics as they memorize the evil gibberings of a bloodthirsty warlord from 7th century Arabia in a language they don’t understand.
But like any contagious disease, it spreads:
Now Dem Rep. Andre’ Carson is changing his tune:
My remarks at ICNA call attention to the fact that faith-based schools throughout this country have excelled because of innovative instructional methods and a willingness to engage different learning styles â€” whether visual, auditory, or kinesthetic. While I do not believe that any particular faith should be the foundation of our public schools, it is important that we take note of the instructional tools these schools utilize to empower their young people. Christian, Jewish, and Islamic schools have experienced notable success by casting off a one-size-fits-all approach to education, and this is a model we must replicate. Having attended a parochial elementary school myself, I’ve seen these successes first hand. If we are going to take American education to the next level, we must expand successful models and implement the practices that will enable success for our students.
“It starts with us being proud to be Muslim.”–ReadÂ MoreÂ Â»