Skip to comments.DEFENDING THE WEST: Lipstick on a pig? It's still jihad
Posted on 12/17/2012 7:24:52 AM PST by Perseverando
The Hamas-tied Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, is running another new propaganda ad campaign. This time its a deceptive #MyJihad bus ad designed to distract from and obscure the true meaning of jihad.
Freedom fighters have successfully educated the American people about the most brutal and extreme system of governance, the Shariah: Americans know how inhuman it is, and Muslim Brotherhood operatives are still reeling from that stunning defeat. So now they hope to whitewash jihad? Thats oceans of blood they would have to conceal. Oceans of blood.
One of CAIR's deceptive #MyJihad bus ads
Americans need to understand Islamic jihad so that we can counter it effectively. For jihad still threatens this nation. Just last week, a devout Muslim jihadist, Amanullah Zazi, was sentenced for his role in a jihad plot. He was involved in a spectacular bomb plot to blow up the New York City subway system on the anniversary of 9/11 to murder tens of thousands of Americans. The jihadist cell crossed the country, from New York to Denver. Prosecutors called it the most serious terrorism threat since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. This jihadist should have gotten 30 years; instead, he got three. The judge in this case is a buffoon, and he will have blood on his hands. He will have much to answer for. A devout and revered imam, pursuing his jihad, was also arrested in the plot: interfaith dialogue by day, jihad by night.
Also last week, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute, Abu Bakr Shekau, the leader of the Nigerian group known as People Committed to the Propagation of the Prophets Teachings and Jihad, more famously known as Boko Haram, threatened U.S. President Barack Obama with a surprise, expressed solidarity with global jihad groups, and told Nigerian police
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That’s a whole lot of “inner struggling” going on there.
Indeed it is. I guess it’s difficult to practice “the religion of peace” when you’re constantly struggling.
BTW, nice tag line.