Skip to comments.Some 'numbers' about the Religion of "peace"
Posted on 05/30/2012 5:57:11 AM PDT by Milagros
Two-Thirds of Likely US Voters Are Islamo-Realistic May 15, 2012
Andrew G. Bostom
... After nearly 19,000 jihadist attacks since 9/11/2001, perhaps these somber, if Islamo-Realistic views, are influenced by a phenomenon Nicolai Sennels characterized in his essay, and plea for moral clarity in nomenclature, "Islamonausea, not Islamophobia."
Islamic Extremists Use 'Civil Rights' Group Front to Push Agenda - Family Security Matters by STEVE EMERSON March 26, 2009
... Groups like CAIR deny the very existence of radical Islam and blame the problem on "hatemongers." I am sorry to tell Mr. Ayloush that the primary factor causing an image problem for Islam today is the existence of rampant Islamic terrorism and extremism. CAIR says that the term "Islamic terrorist" is racist and that terrorism has no religion. I wish it he could have convinced the 19 Muslim hijackers on September 11th or the four UK Muslims who bombed a London subway in July 2005 or any of those responsible for more than 50,000 attacks carried in the name of Islam. All of these were Islamic terrorists motivated by their particular belief in Islam.
The lesson of Ghailani's trial fiasco Al-Qaida declared war on the US in 1998, so let's not be moral idiots: try their combatants in Guantánamo, not civilian courts
Pamela Geller guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 17 November 2010 23.18 EST
... There have been close to 20,000 documented Islamist-inspired attacks worldwide since 9/11; all were inspired by the same Islamic jihadi ideology and given the imprimatur of a Muslim cleric. This is war. It takes incomprehensible delusion and a denial of objective reality to think that combatants in that war are comparable to civilian criminals and should be tried in the same way.
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