Discussion in 'Current Events' started by DigitalDrifter, Sep 26, 2014.
we will see many more of these folks following the will of alla
yeah maybe , course they are just reading their book or being taught in the wrong way !!
Way to go out on a limb. What tipped you off that more nutcase Muslims would do something somewhere in the future?
Anything anti-Christian is to be sanctioned and praised as 'enlightened', along with anything Pat Robertson or some other evangelical has said something bad about; it's knee-jerk reactionary idiocy. A few years ago we had to read all about how 'tolerant' Islam was toward homosexuals for instance, and now we don't hear that any more, except from the tards who didn't get the memo that the propaganda spin had changed and moved on to the next set of lies. As can be sen here, many of the neurotic dumbasses actually think that having a few indigenous non-Muslim nut cases here means we have a solemn duty and moral obligation to import everybody else's psychotic nut cases here; such is the insanity of a mentality that can't distinguish between having an open and tolerant mind and having a big giant hole in their head.
No way to read the Koran wrong. It's an extremely violent and genocidal political ideology, exactly as Geert Wilder said it was when he stated it should be classified as hate speech under most European legal systems.
I would offer here that liberals aren't.
It is only the mindlessly conformist leftist fundamentalists who are doing so, as what they are defending here is the very antithesis of true liberalism.
Call Oklahoma beheading what it is: Terrorism
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(CNN) -- Colleen Hufford, 54, was beheaded by Alton Nolen during a surprise attack at a Vaughan Foods plant in Oklahoma last week, according to police. Thankfully, before the terrorist -- yes, terrorist -- could behead another victim, Traci Johnson, he was shot by the company's CEO, Mark Vaughan, who is also a deputy sheriff.
The terrorist survived. Hufford, a wife, mother, and grandmother, did not. Her husband of 25 years was outside Vaughan Foods that afternoon, waiting to pick her up as he did every day, when he learned she was the victim of a terrorist attack.
It was a terrorist attack, and everyone knows it. Why won't the government say so? The Washington Post reports that the FBI found "no indication that Alton Alexander Nolen was copying the beheadings of journalists in Syria by the Islamic State ... adding that they are treating this as an incident of workplace violence."
Workplace violence? You can't be serious! Oh wait -- the FBI must mean "workplace violence" as in the case of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the terrorist convicted in the 2009 Fort Hood shooting that killed 13 people and left many more wounded. Oh yeah, I remember that extremist attack carried out by a "soldier of Allah" -- but that's just workplace violence. It doesn't mean anything that Hasan is writing letters from death row to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, begging to become a citizen of the self-procaimed Islamic State. Just a guy who got angry at work.
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How dumb do you think we are? Fort Hood was an act of terrorism, the beheading of Hufford was an act of terrorism, and it's time the FBI, the President, and all of us started calling it that.
There are three reasons. First, it's important to give this barbaric crime the label it begs for -- not just because of the charges it should carry and the punishment that should be handed down, but because it's important, at every turn, to draw a very clear distinction between ISIS extremists and the silent majority of Muslims who are just as horrified as non-Muslim Americans
More than 100 Muslim clerics and scholars just condemned ISIS, outlining in 17 pages why ISIS' actions are an "offense to Islam, Muslims and to the entire world." They, too, are unfairly tarnished with every barbaric, terrorist act performed in the name of their religion.
Second, it's essential if we want to win the war on terror that we understand how technology has changed that war since 9/11.
President Obama admitted that the United States "underestimated" ISIS. And in his speech before the United Nations, he described ISIS as a "network of death" that must be defeated. I agree. And this "network of death" has managed to reach beyond the confines of Syria and the Middle East.
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So then you've finally uncovered the secret connection between this nut job and international terrorism. Was he working for ISIS? Or was he more conservative minded and decided to stay with Al Qaeda?
You HAVE an ideological war. Islam is not a religion.
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