Tuesday, July 8, 2008
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Jihad against Buddhist teenagers on a school bus
Three students were wounded, but actually the jihadists were more likely to have been targeting the paramilitary rangers -- although they have targeted teachers and fired on at least one school bus in the past, suggesting that the school bus...
Sharia: Â"WhatÂ's in a name?Â" A lot Â– to help us understand our future
Comments by David G. Littman: After the June 16 climacteric at the UN Human Rights Council, I explained at Jihad Watch that all Â"Criticism of ShariÂ'a or fatwas in particular is now forbiddenÂ". I provided facts and video evidence to...
"Since 9/11, whenever people hear the word Muslim, right away they think terrorist"
Here we go yet again. Samina Ahmed says: "(People) a lot of times have so many questions. And I make them comfortable enough so they can ask them." Great! I have a question, Ms. Ahmed: Do you think talking to...
The Last Patriot: Worse than Spencer's books!
Islamophobia in fiction! Ho-gannnn!!! The former Nixon aide and convert to Islam Bob Crane (whose lackluster commitment to truth and accuracy I discussed here and here) reviews Brad Thor's blockbuster novel The Last Patriot, and finds it (gasp) worse...
Honor killing in Clayton County, Georgia
The killer The local Islamic leader, Shahid Malik, quoted below, is already trying to portray this murder as a consequence of "depression." How many more young women will have to die before Muslim immigration into the U.S. is ended?...
Relatives of 7/7 London jihad bomber hold party at his grave
Ghouls. "Relatives of July 7 bomber hold PARTY at his grave to 'celebrate his life,'" from the Daily Mail, July 7 (thanks to Paul): A party is being held at the grave of a 7/7 bomber in what is being...
Fitzgerald: A sign of weakness?
Obama, if elected, may be reluctant to do what McCain, if he could be made to see the Jihad in its worldwide context (especially the problems of Da'wa, demographic conquest, and the Money Weapon deployed in the countries of Western...
Fitzgerald: What everyone continues to fail to grasp
Sending very expensive-to-recruit-train-maintain-and-outfit Western troops to Iraq, and keeping them there to attempt to attain a goal impossible of attainment, is, to say the least, unwise. The Sunnis will never acquiesce in their loss of power to the despised Shi'a....
Fitzgerald: Children of the Jihad
"Al Qaeda has successfully established a network for recruiting boys as young as 12 from across central Asia as it seeks new volunteers to enlarge its team of prospective suicide bombers and militants fighters, senior security officials from the Middle...
Suicide bomber kills 40 in attack on Indian embassy in Kabul
The Taliban says they didn't do it. "40 dead in Indian embassy blast in Afghan capital," by Amir Shah for Associated Press, July 7: KABUL, Afghanistan - A car bomb ripped through the front wall of the Indian Embassy in...
Iraqis still have not "overcome" Sunni-Shi'ite divide
In January 2007, Condoleeza Rice said, "ThereÂ's still a tendency to see these things in Sunni-Shia terms. But the Middle East is going to have to overcome that.Â" And now, a year and a half later and despite the surge,...
In no way indicative!
Roger Kimball points out a very significant and thoroughly unsurprising detail of the New York Daily News story I discussed here....
Political propaganda mixed with Arabic instruction at Harvard
Guess what kind of political propaganda? This is no surprise, given the dominance of propagandists like Omid Safi and Carl Ernst in Middle East studies departments in American universities today. And don't miss Franck Salameh's expose of the propaganda mill...
US removes Saddam's pre-1991 uranium from Iraq
"There was no evidence of any yellowcake dating from after 1991." "AP Exclusive: US removes uranium from Iraq," by Brian Murphy for AP, July 6 (thanks to all who sent this in): The last major remnant of Saddam Hussein's nuclear...
Â"PlayStations, new kitchens and art classes are part of Saudi ArabiaÂ's softly, softly approach to rehabilitating terroristsÂ"
A jihadi country club? Â"A Betty Ford clinic for jihadis,Â" by Shiraz Maher from Times Online , July 6: It has been called the Betty Ford clinic for jihadists and within minutes of arriving at the Care Rehabilitation Centre...
Jihad group growing in China
As the learned analysts misinterpret American gains in Iraq as heralding the end of the global jihad movement, news from elsewhere is already showing how wrong they are. "Radical Islam stirs in China's remote west," by Ben Blanchard for Reuters,...
Undercover detective finds jihadist activity in New York mosques
This will come as no surprise to anyone who is aware of the 1991 Muslim Brotherhood memorandum about that organization's "grand jihad" in the United States; Sheikh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani's 1999 testimony about 80% of mosques in America being under...
Spencer Blogging the QurÂ'an: Sura 33, Â"The Confederates,Â" verses 1-27
Â"The Prophet is closer to the Believers than their own selvesÂ" The latest installment of my Blogging the Qur'an series at Hot Air takes up the beginning of the extremely important sura 33, which solidifies the importance of Muhammad...
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Copts make it to the Post
A Washington Post article about Copts under Islam manages a bit of objectivity, though subtle Islamic apologetics abound. Â"Egypt's Coptic Christians Are Choosing Isolation,Â" by Ellen Knickmeyer for the Washington Post, July 7: CAIRO -- Under pressure from fundamentalist forms...
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Fitzgerald: Would she say it in Riyadh?
The picture here of the niqab'd girl, with the caption underneath ("Just like anyone else") should make us think, of course, of the much more dangerous picture: that not of the obvious slave of Allah, but rather of the Muslimah...
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Sharia beaches booming in Turkey
No, not the hazmat inspector There is no reason why Serafettin Ulukent shouldn't cater to these Muslims if they want beaches where women can wear astronaut suits. The problem is that the ideology that leads them to wear these...
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