“Arab Spring”? Or Jihadi Stench?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, freeze dried, or doing hard time for the past few hours, you know that Colonel Khaddafy Qaddafffy Kadafy Gaddhaffi err…the guy in Libya who perpetually dressed like the bellhop at the Ritz has assumed room temperature. The lamestream media are in the middle of falling all over themselves as if Barack Obama himself pulled the trigger.  Aside from that, it is these two paragraphs in the story that leaves me more than a bit wary (emphases mine):

“It is a historic moment. It is the end of tyranny and dictatorship. Gaddafi has met his fate,” Abdel Hafez Ghoga, a spokesman for the National Transitional Council (NTC), said. Celebratory gunfire and cries of “Allah-o-Akbar” rang out [does that phrase sound familiar to you?–ed] across Tripoli as the news of Gaddafi’s death spread.

Gun-totting rebel fighters went around the streets firing into the sky. Cars out on the roads honked horns and people hugged and kissed each other and sang national anthem. Gaddafi’s body was taken to a mosque in Misrata, a report said quoting an NTC official.

So what’s next?

It is (or should be) a well-known axiom by now that the road to hell is paved with the ‘good intentions’ of liberals, who excel at pie-in-the-sky thinking but have no cognitive connection nor grounding as to how the real world works.  Thus it is with the Obama administration, whose incoherent, unworkable domestic and foreign policies have been proverbial Forrest Gump boxes of chocolates.

The so-called, so-touted, Barack Hussein Obama-approved and supported “Arab Spring” has turned a relatively stabilized Arab world with whom the West could at least dialogue into contumacious, anarchical, “Lord of the Flies” hell holes, in which Sharia-loving, Jihadi-friendly Islamists could not only get a foothold in terms of power, but in the process get their flea-bitten fingers on some pretty sophisticated military technology, including biological weaponry.

At least former Egyptian president Mubarek had the sensibility to turn down the offer of nukes from a rogue state..could anyone be certain that the current regime (if one could call it that) would do the same?  Now in Egypt, instead of a regime that was relatively tolerant of other faiths,  relatively stable, and on co-existing terms with Israel, we now have an Islamo-fascist mob mentality that persecutes and murders Christians, and whose relationship with Israel is on what seems to be an irretrievably downward spiral.  Gaddafi, though a despot, via the school of hard knocks knew his place, and therefore knew not to push the envelope past the point where unmanageable retaliation would have taken place.

In Iraq, great care was taken by President George W. Bush to attempt to ensure that what replaced Saddam Hussein was a western-friendly government that would be an Arabic counter-balance to Iran, Syria and other un-friendly forces in the region; and, to a great extent, that was accomplished (Afghanistan is a different story, but for different reasons).   But to encourage and foment revolution in already western-tolerant Arab countries and hoping that the pieces fall in your favor is not a foreign policy.

It is, in fact, a suicide pact.

68 thoughts on ““Arab Spring”? Or Jihadi Stench?

  1. yellowdog October 20, 2011 / 1:40 pm

    Nice try. Barack wins. You lose. That’s the story. Good luck with the counter-narrative.

    • Leo Pusateri October 20, 2011 / 1:47 pm

      Time will tell. Egypt is already telling its own story. Good luck with that counter-narrative.

    • Cluster October 20, 2011 / 1:53 pm

      How does Obama get credit for a France led mission, that ultimately ended with Ghaddafi dying at the hands of the Libyan revolutionaries?? Is it kind of like winning a nobel peace prize for doing nothing?

      • bardolf October 20, 2011 / 3:39 pm

        Obama gets credit because he was willing to spend hundreds of millions of US tax dollars on smart missiles to destroy large portions of the military infrastructure in Libya.

        He was willing to stand up to his base of supporters who were against 2 wars and get the US involved in a 3rd war.

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 3:39 pm

      yellowtail

      enjoy the destruction of America, you traitors worked hard for it.
      hope you have a prayer rug.

  2. bozo October 20, 2011 / 2:04 pm

    Envy doesn’t become you. As for me, I, a hard-core liberal, am horrified at the precision with which this president kills people. Hilter’s regime all got fair trials. Obama is judge, jury and executioner.

    I just don’t understand why you red meat conservatives don’t love Obozo. We got RomneyCare Lite, while you got Gitmo, OBL, billionaire tax breaks extended, record corporate profits, and a president who says Jesus is Lord.

    Where is the socialist we elected? I guess he changed.

    • Cluster October 20, 2011 / 2:36 pm

      I will give credit to Obama, for backing away from his irresponsible campaign rhetoric, and prosecuting this war the way it should be. Kudos to Obama for keeping Gitmo open, for keeping the Patriot Act alive, for striking and killing jihadists wherever they, and whomever they are, but this Libya mission was not his to take credit for. I also find it hard to believe that people still claim liberalism is a successful political philosophy, when strong evidence to the contrary is abundant.

    • J. R. Babcock October 20, 2011 / 2:38 pm

      And yet I’m betting you’ll vote for him next year — right?

      • J. R. Babcock October 20, 2011 / 4:58 pm

        Sorry, my reply was directed at Bozo

      • bozo October 22, 2011 / 4:52 pm

        “And yet I’m betting you’ll vote for him next year — right?”

        That’s always hysterical, the implication that dissatisfaction with a leftist-gone-centrist means we should vote for the right-winger. No, we’ll just keep pulling Obozo left. Can you IMAGINE if we had just stayed home and let McCain win the last election? I mean, the guy is trying to CUT veteran’s benefits while roaming around in his eight mansions, at last count.

        No, we’ll vote for the lesser of neocons, and for now, that would be Obama.

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 3:29 pm

      blowz0

      Show us where zero has ever stated Jesus is Lord.
      more like G*D DAMN AMERICA, a hit of crack and a BJ from a loon and a cult.

      who says Jesus allahbabba is Lord.

      • bardolf October 20, 2011 / 3:42 pm

        That took 10 seconds on youtube to find.

      • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 4:19 pm

        baldork

        No fair……LOL

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 3:34 pm

      blowz0

      , billionaire tax breaks extended,

      and 46% who pay NO tax extended while COLLECTING $$$$$$$ OPM…….schweeeet

  3. dennis October 20, 2011 / 2:51 pm

    “In Iraq, great care was taken by President George W. Bush to attempt to ensure that what replaced Saddam Hussein was a western-friendly government that would be an Arabic counter-balance to Iran,”

    I don’t believe you can demonstrate that George W. Bush took any care in Iraq at all. No responsible forethought was applied to either the expense or the outcome of his war. His neoconservative planners excelled “at pie-in-the-sky thinking but [had] no cognitive connection nor grounding as to how the real world works.” No satisfactory infrastructure has even been built to replace what they destroyed. Ultimately Bush’s team replaced Saddam’s secular government with a Shiite Islamic republic more allied with Iran than with the United States. And there are still massive suicide bombs going off in Iraq every few weeks – an thing that never happened under the prior government.

    That’s no defense of Saddam, any more than you defend Qaddafi – however one must consider the status quo ante, and ask what the U.S. gained for its massive expenditure in human lives and treasure. A straightforward cost-benefit analysis of what Americans had at the end of Bush’s second term compared to before the Iraq war, in terms of geopolitical stability, economic strength, civil liberties or any other measure, makes his gamble look like what it was – a fool’s errand. Not to mention hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilian lives lost during the war and the permanent eradication of religious freedom for the Iraqi people.

    None of this is to say anything will be better in Libya or Egypt five or ten years from now – but at least it cost us a small fraction as much. And whatever the outcome is will have been affected inevitably by the Iraq war as a historical antecedent. To offer George Bush’s multi-trillion dollar Iraq adventure as some kind of model of responsible planning is farcical in the extreme.

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 3:31 pm

      swangsong dennis

      BDS and BS is all ya got stooge.

  4. uncle fester October 20, 2011 / 3:22 pm

    these arab nations have a common goal…and that goal is spelled out in no uncertain language in the koran and the haddith…

    all muslims will unite to achieve that goal…and the uprisings in muslim nations will only serve that goal to bring them together to reestablish the caliphe…

    this is the beast whose head was cut off in revelations…the muslim caliphate…when the caliphate is reformed…islam will seek to conquer the world…again…

    oh you of short memory…your forefathers fought the muslims for generations…how quickly you forget

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 3:30 pm

      the sons of satan, strike again.

      • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 3:37 pm

        The “religion” of pieces in action again, coming to a US city soon.
        Thanks to the HMIC & POS Al-hussein Obomba.

        (HMIC not a typo, head Muslim in charge) 🙂

    • bardolf October 20, 2011 / 3:45 pm

      “all muslims will unite to achieve that goal”

      Like they did in the Iran-Iraq war where 1 million Muslims died. Are you people immune to reality?

      • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 3:56 pm

        baldork

        reality is you are one dumb assahola

      • bardolf October 20, 2011 / 4:27 pm

        I am the ayatollah of assahola.

      • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 4:34 pm

        LOL LOL

      • Wallace October 25, 2011 / 1:03 am

        “Are you people immune to reality?”

        Haven’t you learned yet that reality is almost never invited into right-wing discussions? These folks value emotionally satisfying talking points–that’s it. Reality has nothing to do with it.

      • tiredoflibbs October 25, 2011 / 6:36 am

        wally: “These folks value emotionally satisfying talking points–that’s it. Reality has nothing to do with it.”

        Why are you bringing up the DNC and their useful idiot drones?

        We know you are short on knowledgable comment, at least try to pretend you are informed rather than cranking up the echo chamber.

      • Wallace October 25, 2011 / 5:27 pm

        I didn’t need you to demonstrate my point, tired, but thanks for doing so anyway.

      • tiredoflibbs October 25, 2011 / 6:44 pm

        gee wally, you demonstrate that you are foreign to the facts quite nicely and predictably.

        Apparently, you too forget the first rule of holes.

  5. Leo Pusateri October 20, 2011 / 3:41 pm

    @Dennis- There was some thinking on Bush’s feet, and plans had to be changed as things moved along– the point is with Iraq, we invaded it, we owned it, and we had a modicum of control as to how things played out.

    Obama (along with France & Britain), on the other hand, merely fomented and enabled dissent, with absolutely NO control over the outcome-leaving EVERYTHING to chance.

    • bardolf October 20, 2011 / 3:49 pm

      Fomented and enabled dissent would be what George Bush Sr. did with the Kurds in Iraq. Oops, I forgot also abandon and leave them to die at the hands of a maniacal dictator with chemical weapons.

      In 20 years Libya will be safe for Americans to visit, Afghanistan will still be a hell hole. That’s the difference between Obama and Bush.

      • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 4:00 pm

        baldork

        One a good, smart, Christian, Veteran, Officer, patriot.
        the other
        a dope dealing, BJ getting, marxist, community agitator, america hating, cult belonging, muslim usurping traitor.

        THAT is the difference in the two.
        the second not fit to shine the shoes of the first…..well maybe.

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 4:03 pm

      Leo

      if you look at a map IRAQ is exactly where we want to maintain a military force.
      Strategic positioning in the tinder box of WW3 and Armageddon.
      swansong dennis is a BDS loon.

    • dennis October 21, 2011 / 3:06 am

      \What right does the U.S. have to determine anyone else’s fate? Obama and NATO enabled people to have a choice in their own destiny, and left everything to the citizens of their own country to decide. You call that chance, others would call it self-determination.

      • neocon1 October 21, 2011 / 8:17 am

        swansongdennis

        More BS

        I guess we should have stayed out og Germany and Japans affairs. eh dummy?

  6. Cluster October 20, 2011 / 4:09 pm

    In 20 years Libya will be safe for Americans to visit, Afghanistan will still be a hell hole. That’s the difference between Obama and Bush. – barstool

    Barstool has posted a lot of nonsense here before, but this statement tops all others. A typical crystal ball statement that liberals are famous for, but usually never having any resemblance of the truth. Once the Muslim Brotherhood takes charge, I am not so sure they will be very welcoming of those who support gay rights, or even women’s rights for that matter.

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 4:21 pm

      Or

      dirty hippies and anarchists blowing dope.

    • bardolf October 20, 2011 / 4:29 pm

      Clueless

      I’ll be alive in 20 years and hopefully you will be too. You plan your trip to Afghanistan, I’ll plan mine to Libya.

      • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 6:49 pm

        baldork

        I’ll be alive in 20 years and *hopefully* you will be too.

        WOW
        I like your confidence, BUT I have *KNOWN* a lot who felt that way and they were wrong, DEAD wrong.
        REPENT you heathen. 🙂

      • bardolf October 20, 2011 / 8:21 pm

        Neo

        I’ll be alive in 20 years. Heaven or earth is the only unknown. Wednesday nights are family education nights and I’m tag-team-teaching Ephesians. When I try and dig too deep by getting out an inter-linear I quickly realize I’m in over my head.

        My pastor recommends B4V to help me get over my anger management issues.

      • neocon1 October 21, 2011 / 8:19 am

        baldork

        Thats what I am here for bro…..I will manage your anger….LOL

  7. Old Goat October 20, 2011 / 4:43 pm

    Machon says even though Gaddafi was an odious dictator and a thorn in the side of Western countries for three decades, for the majority of Libyans their quality of life was perfectly fine.

    “They’ve had free education, free health, they could study abroad. When they got married they got a certain amount of money. So they were rather the envy of many other citizens of African countries. Now, of course, since NATO’s humanitarian intervention the infrastructure of their country has been bombed back to the Stone Age. They will not have the same quality of life. Women probably will not have the same degree of emancipation under any new transitional government. The national wealth is probably going to be siphoned off by Western corporations. Perhaps the standard of living in Libya might have been slightly higher than it perhaps is now in America and the UK with the recession,” she said.

    Machon agrees the US have been quite unashamed in their statements about wanting regime change in Libya, which she believes is highly illegal.

    http://rt.com/news/nato-libya-machon-former-219/

    I have never been a fan of Gaddafi, and his death is no great loss to this planet, but I still do not know why the US was even involved in this. It has never been explained other than “humanitarian” reasons, which were quite thin when you combine the fighting (that was only supposed to be days, not weeks, yet it was months), and the deaths from the NATO forces, of which the US is the majority by a huge amount, as well as the deaths of the people by the rebel forces that were “justifying” them because they were just killing those who supported Gaddafi.

    If this were to happen to our country, I don’t think any of us would be pleased that the lawful ruler was attacked by outside forces, and ultimately put to death rather than face any trial. How do we justify this action as a law abiding country?

    We will have a huge power vacuum in Libya now, and as always happens with revolutions, the factions that came together to overthrow the government, will split apart and there will be more blood shed and civil war to contend with.

    This is not a great day. It is not something to celebrate. It amounts to a political assassination of a foreign leader. It is sanctioned murder. While the target was a vile human being, it shouldn’t be an action taken as lightly as the President took it.

    I am very disturbed by this, as it can set precedent for what any future President will be allowed to do to another country.

    I am also very disturbed by the apparent lack of concern over what form the new government will take, though I can guarantee you it won’t be one that favors the US.

    The President we currently have is one of the most dangerous people to have ever held office. He is destroying this country and others around the world. I am less and less convinced that this world will ever recover from the horror that is the Obama presidency.

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 4:56 pm

      baldork….Obama LIES

      Minister Farrakhan: “That’s A Murderer In The White House!”

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 6:46 pm

      OG

      . I am less and less convinced that this world will ever recover from the horror that is the Obama presidency.

      as I have often said, THIS century’s first anti Christ.

  8. Chrissy Ann October 20, 2011 / 5:59 pm

    I read with interest a statement by a news org that Libya was the greates killer of Americans. I disagree. The USA and its military is the greatest killer of Americans…not to mention babies blown to pieces, women burned alive in trucks, old men and women in Libya blown up only to find their body parts. Innocent Pakistanis blown up. Yemeni babies blown up. Whether G W Bush or Obama..they are both war mongers and murderers.

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 6:31 pm

      crispynan

      Actually the innercity minorities are the greatest killer of Americans.
      Not counting robberies, rapes, assaults, theft.
      Do try to keep up.
      Murders 2009 = 15,399
      Rapes 2009 = 89,241

      NEXT?

      • Chrissy Ann October 21, 2011 / 10:13 am

        neo: and pray tell me just what Obama did about it?

    • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 6:32 pm

      not to mention babies blown to pieces,

      yeah FIFTY FIVE MILLION of them in US abortion mills.

      • neocon1 October 20, 2011 / 7:01 pm

        PEACE PRIZE PREZ STRIKES AGAIN!

        FLASHBACK: Gaddafi: Obama is friend…
        GADDAFI KILLED IN HOMETOWN…
        WAS CAPTURED ALIVE…
        ‘DON’T SHOOT’…
        Cost of Libya operation: $1 Billion…
        Clinton: ‘We came, we saw, he died’…

    • js03 October 20, 2011 / 10:25 pm

      so why do you cry…saddam hussein was responsible for the deaths of over 2 million people…the savage dictatorship in afghanistan forced women into literal slavery to thier husbands…

      if you are right…those men were justified for what they did…but you are wrong…and americans stood up and did the right thing…

      you really should stop listening to liberal bullshyt…it does nothing good to absorb lies until you forget what the truth is…

      become a part of the solution instead of the problem…and your joy will never end

  9. Green Mountain Boy October 20, 2011 / 8:13 pm

    Hey libs. Just how did Quackdaffy get on your shit list? Just what did he do that saddam and bashir and a whole host of muslim dictators has not done?

    Just asking.

    Could it be that Libya had oil and bams wanted it?

    • bardolf October 20, 2011 / 8:23 pm

      GMB

      Libya has oil and France wanted it. Obama is just sucking up to the French to keep the adoration high in Europe.

      • Green Mountain Boy October 20, 2011 / 8:24 pm

        Bardolf, are you sure about that? There couldn’t br any other reason behind it?

      • bardolf October 20, 2011 / 9:53 pm

        GMB

        Since we’ll never know the reasons with Bams we might as well make up plausible ones. It’s well known that Libya exports mostly to Italy and France. It’s well known that Europe wants oil prices stable for their Peugots. It’s well known that Obama likes his celebrity status in Europe. I connect the dots according to my preconceived notion of Obama as mediawhore.

    • neocon1 October 21, 2011 / 8:23 am

      liberty

      “Because the Only Good Progressive is a Failed Progressive”

      I can think of a couple of others, murtha, kennedydrunk. 🙂

  10. RetiredSpook October 21, 2011 / 9:41 am

    I guess support of the Nazis and the Communists wasn’t enough.

    They say one can tell a lot about people by the company they keep. If that adage is true, what does the Council for American Islamic Relations (CAIR) endorsement of Occupy Wall Street — and the organization’s choice to conduct Friday “Jummah” prayers in Zuccotti Park — tell us about both CAIR, and, the Occupy protesters?

    An official invitation issued by CAIR’s New York chapter tells members to show “solidarity” with “the 99%” by attending Friday prayers in Zuccotti Park at 1:00pm. CAIR’s stated goal in hosting the prayer service at OWS is to “expand the role of New York Muslims in the Occupy movement.”

    A “sermon on social justice in Islam” is slated to be delivered my Imam Aiyub Abdul Baki — a supporter of the Ground Zero mosque.

    Are there still any doubters that this movement is going to devolve into violence?

    • Wallace October 25, 2011 / 1:07 am

      As an Oath Keeper, how do you feel about the Nazis’ support of the Oath Keepers, spook? Does that make you proud? Does it make you feel as though you are among brothers? Does it make you happy that your message has found its base of support?

      Or are you ready to admit your hypocrisy? I’d be shocked if you were–you’ll offer up the usual litany of excuses, guaranteed.

      • tiredoflibbs October 25, 2011 / 6:15 am

        Gee wally, it would be nice if you had links to back up your ASSertions.

        And uh, what does your ASSertions have to do with spook’s post anyway?

        Just more desperation from the left at deflection….

        Pathetic.

      • Wallace October 25, 2011 / 11:06 am

        Here’s a good rundown, tired. And of course, there’s plenty more, but that’s more than enough for now. Besides, you’re too stupid to understand the incredibly obvious connection here, so just sit on the sidelines and see what spook says, OK? This is his turn to embarrass himself, not yours.

      • tiredoflibbs October 25, 2011 / 12:10 pm

        Gosh wally, perhaps if you posted the links to begin with you would not have responded with such hostility.

        Plus, CREDIBLE links instead of blog entries would have been nice.

        Incredibly obvious connection?

        You state that while ignoring the obvious connections to the Occupy Just Because crowd…

        …. talk about hypocrisy!!!

        Using your stupid logic, you would have to be a member of the Oath Keepers or the Nazis to be qualified to comment about them…..

        Thanks for playing, you lost….. again.

      • Wallace October 25, 2011 / 1:26 pm

        Oops, I forgot to state in my last post that your response to the truth would be to attack the source, as that’s what you do every single time. But I suppose at this point it goes without saying that you’ll attack the source because you clearly lack the ability to do anything else.

        By the way, this is Spook’s stupid logic, not mine:

        “Using your stupid logic, you would have to be a member of the Oath Keepers or the Nazis to be qualified to comment about them”

        I thank you for pointing out how stupid it is –and I’m encouraged that even you managed to see that it’s stupid — but again, this is Spook’s turn to embarrass himself, not yours. Can’t you cede the spotlight of humiliation for even a moment, tired?

  11. Chrissy Ann October 21, 2011 / 10:43 am

    jso3: Why do I cry. Let’s step back in time for a minute or two. Korea and Vietnam….where Americans saw and came and came and came. And the Amerasian kids were born by the thousands. Did you know that you could buy an Amerasian kid on the streets of Seoul for 50 bucks. That in Vietnam these kids were left on the streets to die? When the American citizen found out that our military “men” were leaving behind their offspring they became incensed and many groups and individuals went over and adopted these throw away children.

    You tell me where the glory and honor was when we paid our military to get layed.

    So now it is Iraq and Afghanistan. Saddam was but one of many dictators. You telling me that Assad in Syria is kinder and gentler than Saddam was? Iraq was about vengence. Afghanistan is about stupidity. You telling me that the USA is going to change a tribal country that is nothing more than a shyte hole into a democracy? I don’t think so.

    You tell me where the glory and honor is when a mother has to bury an empty coffin. Oh that’s right..she gets a gold star.

    YWas OBL killed in Afghanistan?

    • Cluster October 21, 2011 / 11:31 am

      The USA and its military is the greatest killer of Americans…not to mention babies blown to pieces, women burned alive in trucks, old men and women in Libya blown up only to find their body parts. Innocent Pakistanis blown up. Yemeni babies blown up. Whether G W Bush or Obama..they are both war mongers and murderers. – Chrissy Ann

      This is just a very naive, immature worldview. Do horrible things happen in war? Of course. There has never been a well coordinated war, and probably never will be, and atrocities happen, but that doesn’t at all mean that we shouldn’t engage. Life is messy Chrissy, and no idealistic, pollyannish dreams will resolve it.

    • js03 October 21, 2011 / 12:44 pm

      I dont see you making like there was no reason for Americans to be in Korea…or Vietnam…shoot…the story line you play can be just as easily said about hispanic immigrants children in the USA…or children of heroin addicts across the globe…you think you have a chance in hell justifying what you claim to represent just because you think “some” americans had children with the indiginous population in vietnam…you are not only stupid…but ignorantly so…and worth nothing but a size 12 kick to your butt…

      folks like YOU were drafted into ‘nam…drug addicts…mentally instable stooges whose first interest are selfish pleasures instead of duty, honor and country…you point your finger at something you never personally experienced and claim something you dont know…

      you, chrissystooge…are a total idiot…

    • neocon October 21, 2011 / 4:16 pm

      crispyfreidbrain

      That in Vietnam these kids were left on the streets to die?

      BS BS and BS
      drugs, an IQ of 85, and indoctrination, is a sure route to being a useful idiot.

  12. Chrissy Ann October 21, 2011 / 7:14 pm

    You wave the flag at needless wars. You tout your ideologies on this site and fear logic as much as you fear those who disagree with you. Then you use the old stand by of “you don’t know what you are talking about”. Then you name call. You assume no one but you have the right opinions. While that might make you feel good it is really laughable.

    • neocon1 October 23, 2011 / 9:40 am

      crispy annie

      are you 15 yo?

    • neocon1 October 23, 2011 / 9:49 am

      It is a cold cruel evil world crispy

      Islam’s Latest Contributions to Peace
      “Mohammed is God’s apostle. Those who follow him are ruthless
      to the unbelievers but merciful to one another” Quran 48:29

      2011.10.23 (Tikrit, Iraq) – A teacher and his daughter are brutally murdered by Mujahideen gunmen.
      2011.10.23 (Cabengbeng, Philippines) – Five Christian plantation workers are massacred by Moro Islamists in a pre-dawn attack on their village.
      2011.10.22 (Saminaka, Nigeria) – Radicals bomb and shoot up a bank, killing two, while chanting ‘Allah Akbar’.
      2011.10.21 (Mosul, Iraq) – ‘Insurgents’ murder a woman inside her home.
      2011.10.21 (Bazai, Pakistan) – Muslim extremists throw grenades into a home, killing three family members including a woman.
      2011.10.20 (Karachi, Pakistan) – A 22-year-old

      http://thereligionofpeace.com/

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