Ramadan Jihad by “Austrian man”
Wanna bet that it was a Musel-man?
Germany: Man rampaging with knife in cathedral shot by Berlin police: “Based on what we know so far, we have no information that the suspect in any way had a terrorist or Islamist motive,” a police spokesman said.
There is NEVER any terrorist or Islamic motive, kafir.
‘Pack your bags’: Italy’s new interior minister talks tough on migrants
“The good times for illegals is over — get ready to pack your bags,” he said Saturday at a rally in Italy’s north.
“Countries need to start doing their job and no more smugglers should be docking in Italian ports,” he said in a swipe at the NGOs organising rescues at sea, which he has regularly accused of complicity with people traffickers.
Oh noes: has he gone soft in the head? During his campaign, he told an interviewer, “I think Islam hates us.”
June 3 (UPI) — President Donald Trump will host a dinner this week in honor of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan after not having one in his first year in office, White House officials said.
Politico reported that the dinner is scheduled for Wednesday but a West Wing declined to provide a list of attendees. The New York Times confirmed the report.
Last year the White House decided not to host the traditional post-sundown meal, known as iftar, to break the fast — a move that sparked backlash given the long-standing practice has been observed by Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.
In other news:
Trump is playing the leftist media like a fiddle. He was able to get them to defend MS-13 and Hamas all in a weeks time. Now he has them back tracking on North Korea. Their credibility has been reduced to nothing.
Willie says he couldn’t be elected now bc he doesn’t like embarrassing ppl the way Trump does. Because Slick Willie being grilled about cigaring Monica Lewinsky in the Oval Office is not an international embarrassment…
How did Slick Willie ever get elected in the first place?
Even slick Willie tells the truth… sometimes.
Brendan O’Neill on how the ringfencing of Islam from criticism inflames
Islamist extremism Mohammedan savages:
let’s start talking about Islam
Protecting Islam from ridicule has had disastrous consequences.
nother month, another terror attack. Britain’s third in three months. This time the targets were Saturday-night revellers in London Bridge and Borough. Mown and stabbed for the crime of having fun, of being free. And already we are seeing the same craven, baleful response that follows every act of Islamist terror. ‘Watch out for an Islamophobic backlash’, aloof observers say, their minds always more agitated by the thought of stupid white people saying something rude about Islam than by acts of Islamist mass murder. ‘Don’t say anything bad about this wonderful religion or its adherents’, they tell us. This is a really bad response, because it is becoming increasingly clear that one of the major problems we face today is not that our society is too mean about Islam, but that it flatters Islam too much.
Islam now enjoys the same kind of moral protection from blasphemy and ridicule that Christianity once (wrongly) enjoyed. All last week, for example, I received furious emails and messages in response to two articles I wrote about the Manchester attack, telling me I was wrong to defend the use of the phrase ‘Islamist extremism’. That term has an Islamophobic bent to it, we’re told. It demeans Islam and its adherents by suggesting they have something to do with terrorism. You should just say ‘extremism’, not ‘Islamist extremism’. Don’t ever name the extremism, don’t label it, because you might hurt people’s feelings.
This is why our political leaders so rarely use the terms Islamism, radical Islam and Islamic terrorism: because they want to avoid offending Islam and also because they don’t want to stir up what they view as the public’s bovine, hateful prejudices. This censorious privilege is not extended to any other religion. We do not avoid saying ‘Catholic paedophiles’ about the priests who molested children for fear of tarring all Catholics with the same brush. We happily say ‘Christian fundamentalist’ about people who are Christian and fundamentalist. We use ‘Buddhist extremists’ to describe violent Buddhist groups in Myanmar. And yet Islam is ringfenced from tough discussion; phrases which at some level include the word ‘Islam’ are tightly policed; criticism of Islam is deemed a mental illness: Islamophobia.
This is incredibly dangerous. This censorious flattery of Islam is, in my view, a key contributor to the violence we have seen in recent years. Because when you constantly tell people that any mockery of their religion is tantamount to a crime, is vile and racist and unacceptable, you actively invite them, encourage them in fact, to become intolerant. You license their intolerance. You inflame their violent contempt for anyone who questions their dogmas. You provide a moral justification for their desire to punish those who insult their religion.