Skip to comments.Mohamad Merah, Man of the West
Posted on 03/23/2012 8:26:35 AM PDT by Former Fetus
The massacre of Jewish children at Oztar HaTorah Jewish Day School in Toulouse presents us with an appalling encapsulation of the depraved nature of our times - although at first glance, the opposite seems to be the case.
On the surface, the situation was cut and dry. A murderer drove up to a Jewish school and executed three children and a teacher. Led by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, all of France decried the massacre and announced its solidarity with the French Jewish community. World leaders condemned the crime. The killer died in a standoff with French security forces. Justice was served. Case closed.
But dig a little deeper and it becomes clear that justice has not been served. Indeed, it hasn't even begun to be addressed. The killer Mohamed Merah was not a lone gunman. He wasn't even one of the lone jihadists we hear so much about. He had plenty of accomplices. And not all of them were Muslims.
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For how long will the West enable tragedies like this?
And people think I'm sick and insane for standing completely against moslems.
Excellent article, Glick NAILS it.
Great post, thanks.
jihad (holy fighting in Allah's cause) is ordained for you (Muslims) though you dislike it, and it may be that you dislike a thing which is good for you and that you like a thing which is bad for you. Allah knows but you do not know. ( سورة البقرة , Al-Baqara, Chapter #2, Verse #216)
Caroline Glick is confirming what I had heard.
Mohamad Merah was captured as a terrorist in Afghanistan
He was turned over to ISAF,
who did not send him to Gitmo,
but instead gave him a airline ticket
to France to continue his Jihad in France.
The 0bama Administration is actively supporting Jihad.
The killer Mohamed Merah was not a lone gunman. He wasn't even one of the lone jihadists we hear so much about. He had plenty of accomplices. And not all of them were Muslims.
Knights of Pride wanted to turn France into Islamic Caliphate
Israel Hayom ^ | 22 March 2012 | Daniel Siryoti and Eli Leon
Posted on Friday, 23 March 2012 9:41:29 PM by Candor7
Mohammed Merah belonged to extreme Salafi group that works to topple French democracy Groups website shut down with homepage reading: Due to great pressures brought upon us, we have dismantled the Forsane al-Izza movement.
Maybe you can help, What really is the difference between Salafism and Wahhabism? I just can’t see any difference. Thanks.
A Salafi (Arabic: سلفي) is a Muslim who emphasises the Salaf ("predecessors" or "ancestors"), the earliest Muslims, as model examples of Islamic practice. The term has been in use since the middle ages but today refers especially to a follower of a modern Sunni Islamic movement known as the Salafiyyah, which is related to or includes Wahhabism, so that the two terms are sometimes erroneously viewed as synonymous. Salafism has become associated with literalist, strict and puritanical approaches to Islamic theology and, in the West, with the Salafi Jihadis who espouse violent jihad against civilians as a legitimate expression of Islam. Academics and historians use the term to denote "a school of thought which surfaced in the second half of the 19th century as a reaction to the spread of European ideas," and "sought to expose the roots of modernity within Muslim civilization."
It's a long and complicated item, but the impression I now have is that the sunni may be wahhabi, but not necessarilly salafi, and bin Laden would have been a perfect example of salafi, and maybe that's why he lost his Saudi citizenship and his family disowned him.
Salafis follow and even stricter interpretation of islam...
The Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s best-organized political force, which was banned but partly tolerated under Mubarak, is on course to win the election. The Salafis, who follow an even stricter interpretation of Islam, have emerged from the margins to push liberals into third place.
Analysts say the Brotherhood has a pragmatic streak that makes it an unlikely ally for Salafis who only recently ventured from preaching into politics and whose strict ideology offers little scope for compromise.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
The latest is that the brother is being held on murder charges pending further investigation.
Like cockroaches, never only one! This is an organized Al Qaida cell, probably one if many, operating inside France. Terrorists born and raised in France.
So, how are the Lefties spinning this in the run-up to the elections?
The Left in France is like the Left in America. In deep denial.
Hollande is saying security is not a big issue, let’s move on to the important things: unemployment, inequality, blabla.
And what are Hollande’s latest proposals, with Al Qaida knocking at the door?
Legaluzing gay marriage and gay adoption
Speaking to a huge crowd in a banlieu (suburban housing project ghetto) saying, “I say to you, Muslim or non-Muslim, you are the future of France.
“Forget terrorism, here is some weed”
Yes, you are utterly right :-)
The lamestream media is all the same in every country, I would wager. Maybe this is because all of them have to share one single brain cell? (sarc.)
But as Mark Twain would have it, denial is not a river in Africa :-)