Stop Asking Why

Muslim whackos want to kill you. Does it really matter why?

Decide which gun you want to kill little Jewish children with when you grow up, son! AK47... When you absolutely, positively have to kill every Jew on the school bus! That's right, son, aim for the little Jewish girl's head! Daddy said I can wear real dynamite and blow up a restaurant full of Jews when I turn 12! Stop crying, son!  I'll get you a real automatic weapon to kill Jews with soon!
What kind of people teach their children how to kill other children?

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Muslim leaders show their true colors again

While the world is still digesting the details of the foiled plane bombing plot in the UK, I want to point out the most educational things to happen in the aftermath. If you really want to understand the Muslim mindset regarding terrorist activities perpetrated by fellow Muslims, always pay close attention to what their leaders say shortly after each incident.

There have been two very instructive pronouncements by Muslim leaders in the last couple of days. The first was an editorial published in The Times (UK) that was written by Inayat Bunglawala [picture]. He is the Assistant Secretary-General of the Muslim Council of Britain, a powerful pro-Muslim organization in England. The last few paragraphs are where he really gets to the meat of what he actually believes:

Poll after poll has shown that large majorities in the Muslim world believe that British and American foreign policy is hostile towards them and that the West regards the spilling of Muslim blood as being of little importance.

Are such views really a caricature of the truth? By refusing to support calls for an immediate ceasefire in the Israel-Lebanon conflict, Tony Blair appeared to be giving a nod and a wink to the Israelis that they had more time to accomplish their military goals.

There may be ministers who genuinely believe that the price to be paid for our policies overseas is worth it — but they should not insult the public’s intelligence by saying that they have had no impact on the terror threat that Britain is facing. The presumption now must be that al-Qaeda-inspired groups will keep on targeting Britain.

Mr Reid yesterday adopted a far more conciliatory tone when he called for all communities to pull together as part of a common purpose and common effort. This was in marked contrast to President Bush — no stranger to the odd injudicious phrase — who did not endear himself to Muslims around the world when he described terrorists as Islamic fascists. It is this kind of overexcitable “us and them” rhetoric, the kind of language that insinuates the Muslims are “ other” and the enemy, that will bring more strife and terror.

Let's see. What does that all boil down to, when you strip away the fluff and get right to the heart of what he's saying? Simply this: If the UK and US want to stop the terrorism against their innocent civilians, they had better start doing whatever it is the Middle East Muslims decide is right. Isn't that what he's really trying to impress upon his readers? Do what makes Muslims happy and we'll stop killing you. There are terms for this: extortion, blackmail, shakedown.

The second interesting thing was the widespread publication of an open letter written by several British Muslim groups, addressed to Tony Blair. Here it is in its entirety:

Prime Minister, As British Muslims we urge you to do more to fight against all those who target civilians with violence, whenever and wherever that happens.

It is our view that current British government policy risks putting civilians at increased risk both in the UK and abroad.

To combat terror the government has focused extensively on domestic legislation. While some of this will have an impact, the government must not ignore the role of its foreign policy.

The debacle of Iraq and now the failure to do more to secure an immediate end to the attacks on civilians in the Middle East not only increases the risk to ordinary people in that region, it is also ammunition to extremists who threaten us all.

Attacking civilians is never justified. This message is a global one. We urge the Prime Minister to redouble his efforts to tackle terror and extremism and change our foreign policy to show the world that we value the lives of civilians wherever they live and whatever their religion.

Such a move would make us all safer.

See the pattern emerging now? Just like the editorial by Mr Bunglawala, here are more Muslim leaders making thinly veiled threats: do what we Muslims believe is right and the attacks will stop. Of course, it's never that blatant. They toss in sentences that give them outs, such as this beauty: "Attacking civilians is never justified." Hmm. If they believe that attacking civilians is never justifiable, I wonder why I can't find one instance of any of these Muslim leaders publicly denouncing in unequivocal terms the innumerable attacks against Jewish civilians perpetrated by Muslim terrorists in Israel.

And of course, the last sentence is classic. Muslim leaders driving the REAL point home: change your ways, Western infidels, or we'll kill more of you.

This is a textbook Muslim leadership response to terrorism by their own. They never fully and unambiguously denounce specific events. Never. What they do is make a broad statement that covers more than just one specific event - "Attacking civilians is never justified." Invariably, that statement is surrounded by language that shifts the blame to the victim or in some other way rationalizes the murders.

Hezbollah has been firing Katyusha rockets into Northern Israel for years now, seeking to kill as many civilians as possible. Can you name one time a Muslim leader has publicly said something as blunt and unequivocal as - "I denounce what Hezbollah is doing because killing innocent people is always wrong. They should stop right now and pray for Allah to forgive them." - or anything comparable? Don't bother looking. You won't find any instance of that. Not one.

Start paying close attention to what Muslim leaders say (if they say anything at all) each time there is a Muslim terrorist attack. You'll see this pattern emerge each and every time in the aftermath: weak denouncement using vague language, surrounded by thinly veiled threats of more attacks and a claim that the attacks are somehow understandable because of vague, ill-defined Western atrocities.

What kind of religion has leaders that will not denounce the murder of innocent civilians by its own members in passionate, clear, unambiguous language?


  • At 10:54 PM, Blogger Me said…

    You see the shit over in Indonesia? Virulently Muslim, that lot - and about to kill three Christians over "inciting violence against Muslims".

    Blogroll me, will you? You better still post your lengthy comments, young man.

  • At 1:28 AM, Blogger Site Owner said…

    I realized as I was reading that story you posted that I'm starting to get numb to these Muslim atrocities, and that's not good. So I pulled up a bunch of 9/11 photos I keep in my hard drive. I have some most people have never seen. Really horrific stuff. I keep them for whenever I start to lapse back into apathy. I happen to think these times are akin to the period from 1933-1938. I am determined not to look back on this time when I'm an old man and feel regret for not shouting from my soapbox that these people are pure evil and must be put down. Shades of gray now will get us all killed.

    Oh, and you are SO blogrolled, sister. Keep up the good fight, ok?


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