Generation Jihad is here. 80 percent of young Turks in Holland see “nothing wrong” in waging Jihad against non-Muslims. 27 percent of all young French and 14 percent of all young British under 25 sympathize with the genocidal terror organisation Islamic State. This includes most probably the vast majority of young Muslims in these two countries. These horrific numbers fit well with the fact that 75 percent of Muslims in Europe think that the Quran must be taken literally.
The result is an increasing amount of attacks on non-Islamic authorities and non-Muslims around especially Western Europe. And an increasing amount of areas that are lost to Islamic invaders (“invaders”, as they do not just live here, they also conquer), where crimes are defined by and handled according to Islamic laws, the Sharia, and where non-Muslims are persecuted through threats, vandalism, violence, rapes (including “grooming”) and robberies.
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Fethullah Gulen is an Islamic organization focused on building charter schools in the US to indoctrinate an entire generation using US taxpayer dollars. Their schools have been raided by the FBI, but that hasn’t stopped Leslie Stahl of 60 Minutes from doing a glowing piece on these Islamic supremacists.
It has been discovered that Fethullah Gülen, the leader of the Gülen Movement who claims to base his movement on dialogue and tolerance amongst different religions, has previously made radical remarks encouraging Muslims to destroy “infidels.”
Gülen’s call for taking violent action against non-Muslims can be traced to the voice recording of a sermon which he preached in the 1980s following the 1980 coup d’etat, when he left the city of İzmir and traveled to different cities in Anatolia.
Those who advocate for the closing of Guantanamo have never dealt with the problem of recidivism. So many former Gitmo inmates have returned to the jihad. More will join them. More non-Muslims will be killed. Does this matter to “human rights campaigners”? The Obama administration is scrambling to track downIbrahim al-Rubaysh, an Al Qaeda terrorist released from Guantanamo Bay years ago, offering a $5 million reward for information on him and placing him on a global terrorist list.
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The president of the United States and the attorney general of the United States, that piece of crap Sharpton, wherever he shows up, isn’t it funny, things seem to happen, usually violence. Out of that we get riots! Stores are burning in Ferguson, Mo. People are throwing Molotov cocktails. People are shooting their guns. The liberal Democrat governor pulls back on the National Guard. The police have to walk around with their hands in their pocket, afraid to do anything to protect the citizenry. Borne out of what? A lie! A fraud! Because Michael Brown didn’t have his arms up in the air. He was trying to assault, again, if not kill a police officer!
The Catholic Church is often the victim of the same kinds of urban legends that surround the Titanic or Aspartame. Whether it is the Crusades, the Spanish Inquisition, chained church Bibles, or Galileo, people are being led to believe falsehood and making bad decisions based on those falsehoods. Given the gravity of the decisions being made, any intelligent person deserves to have the facts.
If there is a hierarchy to urban legends that skeptics use to try to discredit the Catholic Church, the Spanish Inquisition is probably at the top. It’s an easy one, because most people think they know enough about it to not ask questions, and the knee-jerk reaction to the images brought to mind of thousands being tortured or killed for their beliefs are usually all one needs to make the point: the Church is untrustworthy at best, and genuinely evil at worst.
However, it turns out most of what people think they know about the inquisition is simply not true.
The actual story of the year is really the story of two cultures on two continents with two radically different sets of protagonists and antagonists. While one set of kids are being murdered outright for their faith, another set of kids are being taught to cause as much damage and chaos as they can. When they take matters too far and are killed for their actions, they are lionized as martyrs and turned into the subject of heroic and epic stories with presidential envoys attending their funerals. The other set of kids are forgotten, their names erased from history, their bodies turn to dust without so much as a picture to remember them on the page of an American newspaper.
Palestine is here, exactly where it always was. It has been lived in for 4000 years, by Arabs, Christians, Jews and anyone else who showed up. The Roman Emperor Hadrian called it Iudaea. Later, in 135 CE, the Romans renamed it Syria Palaestina in an attempt to sever all connection to it by the Jews. It was part of the Ottoman Empire until its dissolution in 1918, then called Palestine again under the British Mandate. After Israel’s war of Independence in 1948, it was and still is called Israel.
There never has been a Palestinian state. Ever. The West Bank was Jordanian, the Golan Heights were Syrian and the Gaza Strip was Egyptian.