The Gauntlet Has been

I think this article sums up the Islamic Fundementalist Jihad fantasy and the inevitable Western Alliance Wagon Circling and ultimate victory charge better than any other I’ve read recently…holy shit… … 3844-6818r

Opinion: The Muslim mind is on fire
Youssef M. Ibrahim
July 26, 2005

DUBAI – The world of Islam is on fire. Indeed, the Muslim mind is on fire. Above all, the West is now ready to take both of them on.

The latest reliable report confirms that on average 33 Iraqis die every day, executed by Iraqis and foreign jihadis and suicide bombers, not by US or British soldiers. In fact, fewer than ever US or British soldiers are dying since the invasion more than two years ago. Instead, we now watch on television hundreds of innocent Iraqis lying without limbs, bleeding in the streets dead or wounded for life. If this is jihad someone got his religious education completely upside down. [/quote]

Tell me something I don’t know.

[quote]Palestine is on fire, too, with Palestinian armed groups fighting one another - Hamas against Fatah and all against the Palestinian Authority. All have rendered Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas impotent and have diminished the world’s respect and sympathy for Palestinian sufferings[/quote].

I’m sorry, but this is STILL better that Arafat, may he burn in pain.

[quote]A couple of weeks ago London was on fire as Pakistani and other Muslims with British citizenship blew up tube stations in the name of Islam. Al Qaeda in Europe or one of its franchises proclaimed proudly the killing of 54 and wounding 700 innocent citizens was done to “avenge Islam” and Muslims.

Madrid was on fire, too, last year, when Muslim jihadis blew up train stations killing 160 people and wounding a few thousands.

The excuse in all the above cases was the war in Iraq, but let us not forget that in September 2001, long before Iraq, Osama Bin Laden proudly announced that he ordered the killing of some 3,000 in the United States, in the name of avenging Islam. Let us not forget that the killing began a long time before the invasion of Iraq. [/quote]

I haven’t. I seem to recall a bombing of the World Trade Centers in the early nineties…

I guess that wasn’t just talk…huh?

[quote]Above all, it is the Muslim mind that is on fire.

The Muslim fundamentalist who attacked the Dutch film director Theo Van Gogh in the Netherlands, stabbed him more than 23 times then cut his throat. He recently proudly proclaimed at his trial: “I did it because my religion - Islam - dictated it and I would do it again if were free.” Which preacher told this guy this is Islam? That preacher should be in jail with him. [/quote]

When morons are spouting the party line, how good can the party be?

Not if my vote counts…


Lazy countries will now rely on the law…how ironic…

So long Cat Stevens…“It’s not time to make a change, settle back and take it easy, you’re still young… that’s your fault…”

[quote]What is more important to remember is this: When the West did unite after World War II to beat communism, the long Cold War began without pity. They took no prisoners. They all stood together, from the United States to Norway, from Britain to Spain, from Belgium to Switzerland. And they did bring down the biggest empire. Communism collapsed.

I fear those na

I think I may’ve found a new sig line.

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I think I may’ve found a new sig line.[/quote]


Now STOP that!