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Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Muzzled Muslims

The recent beheadings/murders of kidnap victims by Arab terrorist scum once again brings to the forefront the obvious point that these so called humans must be treated as the sub species garbage that they are. Annihilation of this puke must be carried out whenever & where ever they are found. There is no accommodation with them. We know what must be done.

What is curious is that the general Muslim/Arab population says nary a word about these slaughters in the name of Allah, in the name of their religion. Not only are they collectively silent about these outrages, but also silent about the car bombings, the suicide bombings & the other terrorist acts committed. Why is this so?

Clearly, the Muslim clerics, Ayotallahs, Sheiks & other leaders should be vocally outraged by these crimes, especially since they are the defenders of their religion. But the silence abides.

The general Muslim population does not speak out & the Arab & Muslim media do not speak out. In fact the Arab media can be counted on to encourage this behavior. Why is all this so?

A very small part of the answer is implied threats or intimidation by the more radical elements of Islam. Part of the answer is a general disdain for all things Western, more specifically focused on the USA & its' support of Israel. Another part is the actual support these muderous thugs receive from the Muslim community.

The acquiescence to terror by the Muslin people & the leadership makes a mockery of their religion - a religion of peace as they profess it. They are accessories to this terror & culpable in the deaths of thousands, including fellow Muslims.

And I don't want to here about their suffering under colonization or the exploitation of them by other nations or the bit about the evil Israelis who kill Palestinians. The issue here is terror & murder by these radical pigs.

Many in the world, especially the people of the USA, now see Islam as a radical cult, a joke of a religion which is harbor only to crazies & thugs. This is the price paid for Muslim silence.

By paying only lip service to their beliefs they hurt not only the victims of terror, but the validity of their beliefs. In the case of murderous terror, silence in not golden. It is way beyond time to unwrap from their mouths the invisible muslin of the Muslims.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please base your posts on fact. It is tiring that you make up stories to your liking. From a Washington Post discussion group:

" Chicago, Ill.: How do Arab governments and news media respond to such brutality? Do they just report or pass judgement on the act? If they do opine, how harsh are they?

Jefferson Morley: Go look at Al Jazeera (link below) and see for yourself.


If you can get through to the site, you will see that are playing a one line banner announcing the death of the hostage. I expect they will have a full story in coming hours.

As for commentary, virtually all of the English-language Arab news sites express outrage about the cruelty of men who carry out such deeds. They are quite harsh. At the same time they have little sympathy for the U.S. occupation"

" Arlington, Va.: After 9/11 we were treated to scenes of spontaneous celebrations throughout the Arab world celebrating the carnage. After the prison scandal, more spontaneous protests broke out over the fact that an Arab man was subjected to the indignity of being photographed with a pair of women's underpants on his head.
Have there been any protests against the kidnapping and butchering of Western civilians?

Jefferson Morley: Excuse me but its just not true that there were not "scenes of spontaneous celebration throughout the Arab world" after Sept. 11. I was watching the international media an there were some such scenes. The one I saw involved a small crowd of Palestinians on the West Bank. But there were other outpourings of sympathy for Americans and the victims. In Tehran, Iran, there was a much, much vaster outpouring of condolence and spontaneous memorials for the victims of that historic crime.

Universalizing Osama bin Laden's appeal to Arabs is not a favor he deserves. "

10:28 AM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

Ah - A snippet of a Washington Post discussion group & AlJazeera. Now, here are two sources you can trust. I went to AlJazeera & saw no editorial condemming the beheadings. If you can provide it, plese do so. Someone had said that before you can change Iraq you must change the Iraqi man. That goes for the mindset of the the Arabs throughout the region.

1:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There you go again. Didn't look very hard for information that contradicts your stance, did you? Well, here are a couple. Please change your "Occupation" from "Seeker of Truth" to "Puts my Head up my Ass".

" The Lebanese political group Hizb Allah has condemned the beheading of an American hostage in Iraq as an ugly crime that flouted the tenets of Islam."


" Condemnation
In an interview with Aljazeera, respected Saudi cleric Muhsin al-Awadi said: "It is heart-rending to see such youths who thought they had done well". He condemned the bombing and the execution of the operation.

"Al-Muhaya's attack was not expected from well brought up people and the consequences were very bad and disgraceful. That was not the way by which Westerners should be forced to leave Muslim states," he said."


2:11 PM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

Mr. Potato Head - I said I saw no editorial condemming these acts. Still waiting. Additionally, I read your links - nice quotes except for the qualifiers: the yeah, buts. One snowball an avalanche does not make.

2:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And you're so easily forgetting that the Pope remained silent in Rome during World War II when millions and millions of Jews were being killed in concentration camps. But, hey, it's okay.

10:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Mr. Head up his Ass", no one said that there would be editorials at this site. I have found none here for ANY subject. But there is REPORTING. Reporting of condemnations of the beheadings and other atrocities. You have stated that there were NO condemnations but there are and they are being heard throughout the Muslim world. If you want more examples than I have shown - GO LOOK. They will be there. When engaging in debates, I see that you keep changing the target. First you say that there are no condemnations, no outcry by clerics, no reporting by the newsmedia; then when I present them to you; you say that there are no editorials. I believe you need to spend a bit more time thinking out your position and laying the arguments for it. You would make a fine politician – nice and slippery.

11:59 AM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

Geesh - Read the post again, Potato. I said the Muslims were collectively silent. The word 'no' is not in the post. Collectively means...well, I'll let you figure that out. And again, one snowball an avalanche does not make. That means...well, I'll let you figure that one out too.

And that other comment from an admirer, on the Pope - glad to know you're focused on this issue. Start a 'Popes hate Jews' Blog so I can comment.

12:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You stated: "In fact the Arab media can be counted on to encourage this behavior." Where are your examples, your facts? I'll settle for 5 posts from different Arab newspapers and another 5 from different Arab television.You did say "media", did you not, which sounds pretty inclusive of all media publications. These posts should be pretty easy to find if your statement is true.

3:53 PM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

Re: Arab media - You will settle for zero posts from me. This is not a class assignment, Profesor. Suffice it to say that if you bother to read the following column, you'll get an idea of what I'm talking about.


11:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1) If you cannot supply me with facts supporting your statements, then I cannot believe your statements. Myself, I am a seeker of truth and must go to where the facts lie.

2) Read your article. There was NOTHING in it about the response of Muslims to the beheadings and other atrocities.

3) It DID state that the numbers of al-Qaeda are MUCH less than the estimated 18,000 men touted by the Bush administration and others. If al-Qaeda had been crippled so much, then WHY did Bush actually invade Iraq?

2:09 PM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

Well this is very interesting - That site I posted took me to the same page you went to. However, this is from the original search I did: Strange Silence in Arab Media - ... The beheading of the American contractor from New Jersey and the Saudi ... Terrorism will not be defeated before its justification in Arab newspapers and Arab TVs ...

As you can see in the search result above - totally different topic then what it leads to. I also did an internal search in Ocnus & did not find the article. Hmm - a little editing by Ocnus?

12:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or too much alcohol in your bloodstream?

12:29 PM  

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