This is a sick disgusting and tragic story. Peter Kassig was an ex-Ranger who, like so many of the other hostages, was betrayed by Muslims he trusted into ISIS custody. He converted to Islam as a hostage and his parents have continued the farce of calling him Abdul Rahman.
Now one of America’s enemies, Sheikh Muhammad Al-Yaquobi (who cheered killing U.S. soldiers), has been invited to pray over his funeral. Peter Kassig’s parents have tragically betrayed their country, their culture and their civilization. They have become tools in the hands of the ideology that murdered their son. They have become tools in the hands of the ideology that murdered their son.
“I stand before the world as a proud representative of the State of Israel and the Jewish people. I stand tall before you knowing that truth and morality are on my side. And yet, I stand here knowing that today in this Assembly, truth will be turned on its head and morality cast aside.”
Abdallah Bulgasem Zehaf-Bibeau, the crackhead turned Jihadist spawned by the mating of a Canadian immigration official and a Libyan Muslim Jihadist, just wanted peace. He told a co-worker, “There can’t be world peace until there’s only Muslims.” Then he tried to usher in peace, the Islamic way, by opening fire near the Canadian parliament.
Meanwhile in Israel a reporter interviewing Arab Muslim settlers in Jerusalem found that they too wanted peace. On their terms. “Yes we want peace,” one of them said, “but peace means no Jews.”
When negotiating peace with other cultures it’s a good idea to make sure that the words you are using mean the same thing. Most Muslims and Westerners want peace. But to Westerners peace means co-existence. To Muslims, peace means the end of your existence.
The West sees peace as living side by side with Muslims. Muslims see peace as the end of the West.
On November 22, 2014, Jason Kenney, Canada’s Minister of Employment and Social Development and Minister for Multiculturalism chaired the conference Canadians’ Strategy to Combat ISIS Ideology & Jihadi Recruitment in Canada.
On November 20, the organization Muslim Facing Tomorrow issued a press release to explain that it would not attend the event because two known supporters of sharia were on the roster of speakers.
This monstrous miscarriage of justice will make it easier for every Muslim extremist or anti-Semite to go after his or her critics. With the help of judges who don’t give a damn about the values and the future of Canada, Islam is gradually winning in Canada. Ezra Levant is not going to roll over and take the abuse – he has already expressed his determination to appeal the unjust decision:
I urge you to contribute to Ezra’s Defense Fund. He is fighting for ALL of us.
The St. Louis Chapter of the Council on America-Islamic Relations (CAIR) sent a letter to the Brown family signed by the leaders of the 18 Islamic Centers in the area representing more than 100,000 Muslims. In it, they expressed their condolences and called for justice, noting: “We know that unarmed black men are killed at an alarming rate in this country.”
And the national CAIR office urged imams across the country to discuss the shooting of Michael Brown and racial equality in their Friday sermons, asserting that “Muslims have the responsibility to stand for those who are marginalized or suffer injustice.” To this end, CAIR has invited Rev. Al Sharpton to be the keynote speaker at its 20th anniversary dinner to be held next month.
ISNA, another prominent Muslim-American organization, released a statement on August 13 calling for a federal investigation into the shooting of Michael Brown.
Kobane is symbolic to the Kurds. The largest ethnic group on earth denied statehood, the Kurdish nation of over 40 million are the ancient Medes of the Bible, a people who once had a state, with a history, language and culture contemporary to ancient Babylon, at least 2500 years ago, 586 BC. Unfortunately for the Kurds, they inhabit an oil rich area of land that intersects Turkey, Iran and Syria, and to varying degrees, they are oppressed by all three. Former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein deployed sarin and mustard gas aerial bombs and artillery shells to destroy various Kurdish villages in northern Iraq, and Turkey to this day denies the Turkish Kurds, comprising 20% of Turkey’s population, language and cultural rights and imposes political restrictions.
To the Kurds, Kobane represents their plight surrounded by less than generous neighbours; neighbours that are demonstrably hypocritical in their denunciations of Israeli “discrimination” against the Palestinians, yet continue to oppress the Kurds whose population is greater than that of Canada and New Zealand combined. Kobane also represents their incandescent hope and determination to establish an independent state of their own, enshrining its own civil and religious laws, customs and traditions.