Keyword: barbarism

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  • Arizona Anti-Abortion Law Racist Says ACLU, NAACP

    07/21/2014 6:31:47 AM PDT · by John Semmens · 7 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 20 July 2014 | John Semmens
    The ACLU has filed suit alleging that an Arizona law that bars sex-selective and race-based abortions is racist. The suit was filed on behalf of the NAACP and the National Asian-Pacific American Women’s Forum. Alexa Kolbi-Molinas of the ACLU insisted that “this law has a racially disparate effect as its intent. African-Americans are nearly four times as likely to opt for abortion as the end point of a pregnancy compared to whites. Consequently, the Arizona law has a chilling impact on what should be a freely taken choice.” “The barrier to sex-selective abortions introduces a culturally insensitive affront to persons...
  • Syrian extremists amputated a man’s hand and live-tweeted it [Team Obama Supports the "rebels"]

    02/28/2014 11:25:03 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 11 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 2/28/14 | LIZ SLY AND AHMED RAMADAN
    The extremist Syrian group deemed too radical even for al-Qaeda performed what may have been a Twitter first Friday: live-tweeting the amputation of a hand....
  • Islamists Stealing Christian Children to Train as Suicide Bombers

    02/11/2013 9:45:23 AM PST · by Nachum · 10 replies
    Frontpage Magazine ^ | 2/11/13 | Daniel Greenfield
    International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that 19 children, who were to be sold to fundamentalist Islamic boarding schools (madrassas), have been rescued. Traffickers lied to the children’s parents, saying they would take the children to Christian boarding schools in Dhaka, when in fact, they were intending to sell the children to various madrassas. Students from Dhaka University discovered the children and rescued them. This is not the first instance of Christian children being trafficked to madrassas, as upwards of 150 children have been rescued from similar situations since July 2012.
  • Mexican drug cartels target journalists

    07/02/2012 9:39:17 AM PDT · by AuntB · 17 replies
    CBS News ^ | June 30, 2012 | CBS
    Mexico is the deadliest country on earth for journalists. Almost 50 have been killed since President Felipe Calderon declared war on the cartels six years ago.
  • Born in the Gulag: Why a North Korean Boy Sent His Own Mother to Her Death

    03/29/2012 11:39:24 PM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 29 replies
    The Atlantic ^ | 03/28/12 | Blaine Harden
    Born in the Gulag: Why a North Korean Boy Sent His Own Mother to Her Death By Blaine Harden Mar 28 2012, 7:01 AM ET84 Life inside North Korea's Camp 14 so twisted 13-year-old Shin In Geun that he betrayed his mother and only brother. Nine years after watching his mother's hanging, Shin In Geun squirmed through the electric fence that surrounds Camp 14 and ran off through the snow into the North Korean wilderness. It was January 2, 2005. Before then, no one born in a North Korean political prison camp had ever escaped. As far as can be...
  • Terence Weldon: False prophet pointing the way to animalism and barbarism

    03/26/2012 7:37:09 AM PDT · by cleghornboy · 5 replies · 2+ views
    La Salette Journey ^ | March 26, 2012 | Paul Melanson
    Dr. Antonio Pardo has explained that in animals, "..the interaction of other instincts (particularly dominance) can result in behavior that appears to be homosexual. Such behavior cannot be equated with an animal homosexuality. All it means is that animal sexual behavior encompasses aspects beyond that of reproduction." This scientific fact upsets radical homosexual activists who believe that homosexual behavior is observable in animals and that since homosexuality is in accordance with animal nature it must also be in accordance with human nature since man is also animal. This is their reasoning. Radical homosexual activist and dissenter Terence Weldon, who serves...
  • Saudi woman to be lashed for defying driving ban

    09/27/2011 12:04:36 PM PDT · by George - the Other · 23 replies
    BBC NEWS ^ | 27 September 2011 | BBC News
    A court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced a woman to 10 lashes for breaking the country's ban on female drivers.
  • Media missing biggest story of the Year: Worldwide Islamist attacks on Christians

    01/16/2011 11:57:09 AM PST · by FreeKeys · 21 replies
    Libertarian Republican ^ | January 14, 2011 | Eric Dondero
    (Or, are they deliberately ignoring the Story?) Foreign Policy analyst and Middle Eastern expert Dr. Clifford May opines over at National Review online: "The War Against the Christians - The most important story not being told" Jan. 13: He writes: Imagine if Muslims in Europe were being arrested for nothing more than peacefully practicing their religion. Imagine if Muslims in South America were being sentenced to death for “insulting” Jesus. Imagine if mosques were being bombed and burned by terrorists in a growing list of Christian-majority countries. Now here’s what you don’t need to imagine because it is all too...
  • Top Muslim Cleric Urges Western Muslims to ‘Liberalize’

    07/26/2010 11:08:44 AM PDT · by lbryce · 6 replies · 4+ views
    Pajamas Media ^ | JUly 23, 2010 | Raymond Ibrahim
    A recent episode of the popular Arabic show al-Sharia wa al-Haya (Law and Life), which airs weekly on Al Jazeera and features renowned Muslim scholar Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, addressed the important yet little known Muslim concept of taysir (pronounced “tey-seer”). Qaradawi, who is touted by the likes of John Esposito and CAIR as a “moderate” — even as he legitimizes suicide attacks against Israel (including by women) and death for apostates — explained that, according to fiqh al-taysir (the “jurisprudence of ease”), Islam (like Catholicism) offers Muslims dispensations, whenever needed: “For Allah desires ease for you, not hardship” (Koran 2:185;...
  • HOW CHURCHILL DEALT WITH THUGS

    05/05/2009 3:10:19 AM PDT · by Scanian · 9 replies · 918+ views
    NY Post ^ | May 5, 2009 | Arthur Herman
    PRESIDENT Obama's forays into history, especially Eu ropean history, are interest ing but not always accurate. Who can forget his description during the presidential campaign of African-American GIs liberating Auschwitz? (It was the Russians.) Or his admission during his recent European trip that he didn't know how to translate a certain word into Austrian? (There is no "Austrian"; Austrians speak German.) His evocation of Winston Churchill in his press conference last Wednesday took confusion to a new height. The president cited the great British prime minister in support of his ban on enhanced interrogation techniques at Gitmo and elsewhere, noting...
  • What the Russians Left in Their Wake in Georgia

    09/24/2008 3:41:57 AM PDT · by docbnj · 12 replies · 397+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 24 Sep 2008 | Melik Kaylin
    Having devastated vast areas of its own lands in the Caucasus, such as Chechnya and Ingushetia, in order to "protect" them from instability, Moscow's obliterating shadow has settled deep over Georgia -- with the usual consequences. The full barbarism of Russian actions in Georgia may not emerge for years; much of the evidence lies behind the lines in terrain newly annexed by Russia. But some details are now beyond dispute. Alongside the various human atrocities, such as the bombing and purging of civilian areas, the invaders looted and destroyed numerous historical sites, some of which were profoundly revered by the...
  • Woman raped, saw son die - then jailed

    05/03/2008 12:19:49 PM PDT · by JCG · 17 replies · 81+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | May 01, 2008 12:08am | From correspondents in Afghanistan
    A WOMAN who was trafficked across the border from Pakistan with her son, 3, was handed to an Afghan who raped her, then beat the toddler to death as she watched. He was jailed for 20 years for murder - but the woman, Rukhma, was jailed, too. She had put up with her mistreatment for three months before going to authorities. But in December, Rukhma, who doesn't know her age but looks younger than 20, was given a four-year sentence for adultery and "escaping her house" in Pakistan. The Taliban's fall six years ago heralded new rights for women: to...
  • Officials await IDs on 3 Iraq bodies

    03/25/2008 7:45:38 PM PDT · by atomic conspiracy · 2 replies · 275+ views
    AP via Yahoo ^ | 3-25-08 | MATT APUZZO,
    WASHINGTON - Authorities are awaiting identification of the remains of three bodies in Iraq, a U.S. law enforcement official said Tuesday, a day after the remains of two kidnapped contractors were identified. Four other kidnapped Western contractors have been missing for more than a year. The disappearances received new attention this month when the severed fingers of several men were sent to the U.S. military in Iraq. Several relatives had taken the discovery of the fingers as a hopeful sign but hopes dimmed Monday when the FBI said the remains of Ronald Withrow of Roaring Springs, Texas, and John Roy...
  • Kenya and the myth of ‘African barbarism’

    01/14/2008 6:04:55 PM PST · by forkinsocket · 28 replies · 256+ views
    Spiked Online ^ | 10 January 2008 | Julie Hearn
    ‘Tribal violence’, ‘genocide’ and comparisons with Rwanda in 1994 characterised the early international media coverage of the post-election crisis in Kenya at the beginning of 2008. Such sensationalist reporting was not only analytically unhelpful - it was also irresponsibly dangerous. Kenya is not Rwanda, nor is it the metaphor for irrational, barbaric, ‘primordial’ African violence that the Western psyche seems to have an insatiable need for. Kenya must be understood on its own terms. As the Kenya Human Rights Commission has bravely borne witness to in its work, elections in 1992, 1997, 2002 and the 2005 referendum vote have all...
  • Anti-White revisionism in Oklahoma

    06/26/2007 7:51:46 AM PDT · by drzz · 3 replies · 1,088+ views
    Clara Blinn's story ^ | 06/26/07 | drzz
    OKLAHOMA TOURISM CENTER, 2007 (honoring the murderer, outraging the memory of the victims) : "From Clinton, continue on to Cheyenne, Oklahoma in the heart of Cheyenne country. Here you’ll find the Black Kettle Museum (580-497-3929) displaying and interpreting the HISTORY OF THE CHEYENNE TRIBE in Oklahoma. (...) Also in Cheyenne, on the road between the BLACK KETTLE MUSEUM and the Historic Site, visit the Clara Blinn House, a tea room, antique store and Native American art gallery Also in Cheyenne, on the road between the Black Kettle Museum and the Historic Site, visit the CLARA BLINN HOUSE, a TEA ROOM,...
  • (Saudi) Woman Tortured, Killed Maid for Being ‘Lazy’

    06/08/2007 1:54:17 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 41 replies · 2,271+ views
    Arab News ^ | 8 June 2007 | Ali Huwash
    Friday, 8, June, 2007 (Saudi) Woman Tortured, Killed Maid for Being ‘Lazy’ Ali Huwash, Arab News — JIZAN, 8 June 2007 — A woman schoolteacher, one of the suspects in the murder of an Asian housemaid in March, has admitted to her (sic) torturing the maid until she was dead. The Saudi sponsor of the maid who took her to (sic) hospital and the sponsor’s schoolteacher wife were both arrested in Jizan in March following a hospital report about the death of the maid, whose nationality has not been revealed to the press. According to the report of the Samita...
  • New Jersey to Abolish Death Penalty for All Except Unborn

    05/16/2007 8:29:20 AM PDT · by John Semmens · 4 replies · 367+ views
    azconservative ^ | 12 May 2007 | John Semmens
    New Jersey lawmakers are weighing legislation that would abolish the state’s death penalty. The prohibition on putting humans to death will not be extended to outlaw abortions, however. Democratic Governor Jon Corzine, said he was confident the legislation would become law some time this summer. “It is barbaric that we would deliberately extinguish the life of another human being,” he said. “This cruel practice must end.” Corzine rebuffed arguments that his unwavering support for abortion allows doctors to “deliberately extinguish the life of another human being.” “Abortions occur because these fetuses are unwanted,” Corzine said. “The same can’t be said...
  • Dead lamb withdrawn from Islamic terror play (Yippee again -- two victories in one day)

    04/18/2007 5:08:44 AM PDT · by Cornpone · 5 replies · 323+ views
    Expatica ^ | 18 April 2007 | Expatica (Spain)
    BARCELONA – Animal lovers forced a theatre group to withdraw a dead lamb from a play about Islamic terrorism. The Sky is too Low, written by Muslim Ahmed Ghazali, featured the carcass of a dead lamb, which was slaughtered before every performance. When it hit the stage in Figueras, Catalonia, about 12 people objected. They complained about the fact its neck was slit and it was left to bleed to death in the manner favoured by Halal butchers. The objectors, supported by animal rights activists, pressed authorities to force the theatre group La Invencio Teatral to withdraw the dead animal...
  • Petraeus Condemns al Qaeda’s ‘Barbaric’ Acts

    03/30/2007 5:07:41 PM PDT · by SandRat · 4 replies · 151+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | John D. Banusiewicz
    WASHINGTON, March 30, 2007 – The general in charge of coalition military efforts in Iraq today condemned “barbaric actions” by al Qaeda elements in the wake of bombings in the northern city of Tal Afar that killed dozens of Iraqi civilians and injured scores of others. In a written statement issued by Multinational Force Iraq, Army Gen. David H. Petraeus said the attacks are designed to divide the Iraqi people and draw attention away from the improving security situation in Iraq’s capital. "Al Qaeda in Iraq elements once again displayed their total disregard for human life, carrying out barbaric...
  • Radical Islam vs. Civilization (Text of Speech at Debate with London Mayor Ken Livingstone)

    02/04/2007 11:40:43 AM PST · by PRePublic · 19 replies · 802+ views
    IHC ^ | January, 20, 2007 | Daniel Pipes
    Radical Islam vs. Civilization http://www.infoisrael.net/cgi-local/text.pl?source=2/a/v/040220071 Text of Speech at Debate with London Mayor Ken Livingstone, 20 January 2007 By Daniel Pipes Thank you so much. I'd like to begin by thanking Mayor Livingstone for his kind invitation to join you today and I thank the Greater London Authority for the hard work it put into what is obviously a successful event. I am delighted by the interest that you, the audience, has shown. And I'm grateful to my supporters who have come from four different countries to be with me today. The Mayor is an optimistic man. I'm generally invited...
  • Plea deals in dog's starvation death

    01/29/2007 10:09:08 PM PST · by Kitten Festival · 17 replies · 631+ views
    The Chicago Tribune ^ | 29 Jan 2007 | Hal Dardick
    A Crest Hill man and his daughter admitted in court Monday that they starved their dog to death in plea deals that sent the father to prison and led to probation for the young woman. Mark Obidowicz, 44, pleaded guilty to aggravated animal cruelty, a felony that carried a maximum 3-year sentence. He was sentenced to a year in prison. Nicole Obidowicz, 19, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor animal cruelty. She was sentenced to 24 months of conditional discharge, a type of probation, during which she cannot own an animal. She also was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service....
  • Don't pretty-up a maniac's crimes by calling them 'human rights violations'

    01/04/2007 4:23:27 PM PST · by rhema · 9 replies · 454+ views
    St. Paul Pioneer Press ^ | Jan. 04, 2007 | Bridget Johnson
    WHERE WAS THE OUTRAGE THEN? "Saddam Hussein was responsible for massive human rights violations, but that can't justify giving him the death penalty, which is a cruel and inhuman punishment," said Richard Dicker, director of Human Rights Watch's International Justice Program, after the former dictator was hanged early Saturday for the deaths of 148 townspeople. What's wrong with this statement? For starters, "massive human rights violations" is the understatement of the year. Is that what we now call genocide, cold-blooded murder of men, women and children? Do we consider Adolf Hitler to have committed "human rights violations," or do we...
  • SAUDI ARABIA: 'Free me' pleads jailed wife forced to divorce

    11/21/2006 11:34:50 PM PST · by MadIvan · 10 replies · 622+ views
    The Times ^ | November 22, 2006 | Michael Theodoulou
    A Saudi mother has issued an appeal from prison for King Abdullah to reunite her with her husband after a court divorced the couple against their will.Fatima al-Timani was jailed in July with her two children, a girl of 2 called Nuha and a boy, Sulaiman, who has just turned 1. The court has said that she could be freed if she returns to her estranged family, who engineered the annulment of her marriage last year because they despised her husband, Mansour. But Ms al-Timani, 34, insisted: “I’m leaving this place on one condition only — that I go back...
  • Boy slave 'crucified' by Sudanese Muslim

    09/28/2006 11:59:37 AM PDT · by NYer · 100 replies · 4,378+ views
    WorldNet Daily ^ | September 28, ,2006
    Boy who was 'crucified' by Muslim A Sudanese slave who was assigned to watch his Muslim master's camels was "crucified" when he was caught sneaking out to attend a Christian church, according to reports from Voice of the Martyrs. The aid organization that helps persecuted Christians worldwide said the reports come from witnesses in the Sudan who were in contact with the youth, now about 15. Damare Garang was seven when the attack happened, officials said. He had been captured by Islamic soldiers when his Sudanese village was attacked, and then sold as a slave to a Muslim family...
  • Charlie Crist Let My Daughter Die

    07/31/2006 4:58:07 PM PDT · by Quiet Man Jr. · 1,433 replies · 17,998+ views
    Human Events ^ | July 31, 2006 | Robert Schindler Sr.
    Charlie Crist Let My Daughter Die by Robert Schindler, Sr. Posted Jul 31, 2006 As most Americans know, on March 31, 2005, my daughter, Terri Schindler Schiavo died of starvation and thirst after having her feeding tube removed by court order. The sad chain of events that concluded with Terri’s death ignited a media firestorm nationally and internationally. What few saw or heard was the callous inaction of aspiring governor Charlie Crist. Florida Atty. Gen. Charlie Crist let my daughter die. He had it within his authority to save her life, but he turned a blind eye to her suffering....
  • Hezbollah Uses Mass-Kill Rockets

    07/24/2006 1:24:39 PM PDT · by kddid · 19 replies · 1,258+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | July 25, 2006 | Kenneth R. Timmerman
    HAIFA, Israel -- The rockets Hezbollah is raining down on Haifa and much of northern Israel are distinctly different from the Soviet-built katyushas of earlier wars, Israeli officials say. Instead of standard military fragmentation warheads – deadly enough – Hezbollah's rockets are packed with thousands of tiny ball-bearings, which burst out from the warhead in every direction like so many bullets. "This kind of rocket gives no one a chance," Haifa police chief, Commander Nir Meriash, told NewsMax today. Haifa is Israel's third-largest city, and since the rocket attacks began on July 12, nearly half its roughly 270,000 population has...
  • North Korea's Grisly Arms tests on babies

    05/31/2006 7:56:21 AM PDT · by Paul Ross · 50 replies · 1,389+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Gordon Thomas
    This is a WorldNetDaily printer-friendly version of the article which follows. To view this item online, visit http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=50382 Tuesday, May 30, 2006 FROM JOSEPH FARAH'S G2 BULLETINNorth Korea's grisly arms tests on babiesMI6 file describes concentration camp bigger, deadlier than Dachau, Auschwitz Posted: May 30, 20061:00 a.m. Eastern By Gordon Thomas © 2006 WorldNetDaily.com Satellite images of North Korea's largest concentration camp Haengyong They call it "the Killing Compound" – the area of Camp 22 in North Korea's largest concentration camp. Hidden away in the mountains in a remote northeastern corner of North Korea, close to its borders with Russia and...
  • CIRCUMCISION: Did you know?

    04/05/2006 5:19:29 PM PDT · by Giant Conservative · 580 replies · 13,865+ views
    The Daily Barometer ^ | Today | Daniel Cullen
    The debate about neonatal circumcision is over. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), neonatal circumcision is the result of ignorance, bad medical practice and American social and cultural pressure. Regarding the three most commonly cited justifications for neonatal circumcision (penile cancer, venereal disease and penile hygiene), the AAP now states that the benefits are negligible, which means that the majority of American men are walking around without foreskins for no good reason. Yet, the barbaric practice shows no sign of abating, and for this reason I plan to shed some light on the cultural dark spot of circumcision....
  • China activist unreachable after announcing fast

    02/08/2006 5:08:33 AM PST · by Wiz · 2 replies · 163+ views
    Reuters via Yahoo! News ^ | 2006 Feb 8 | Benjamin Kang Lim
    BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese civil rights campaigner who was assaulted by thugs this week was unreachable and appeared to have gone missing on Wednesday after announcing plans to stage a hunger strike outside Beijing's leadership compound. Yang Maodong's activism set him on a collision course with the Communist Party, which has tightened its grip on power and intensified crackdowns on rights campaigners, lawyers, journalists and academics. Yang, who goes by the pen name of Guo Feixiong, did not tell his closest friends beforehand of his plans to begin a two-day hunger strike outside the front door of the Zhongnanhai...
  • Cheney Calls Terror War 'Struggle Between Civil Societies, Barbarism'

    01/06/2006 5:51:07 PM PST · by SandRat · 44 replies · 624+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | Jan 6, 2006 | Gerry Gilmore
    WASHINGTON, Jan. 6, 2006 – Vice President Dick Cheney today praised U.S. servicemembers and vowed victory in the war against terror, calling the global conflict a struggle between civil societies and barbarism. "The war on terror is a battle for the future of civilization," Cheney told servicemembers gathered at the U.S. Army's Combined Arms Center at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. "It's a battle worth fighting. It's a battle we are going to win," he said. Cheney recalled his pre-Christmas trips to Iraq and Afghanistan, where he thanked deployed U.S. servicemembers "for all they've done to bring freedom, stability and peace to...
  • U.S. Activists Fast Outside Guantanamo

    12/13/2005 12:37:10 AM PST · by CHACHI · 14 replies · 598+ views
    HOUSTON CHRONICLE ^ | December 12, 2005 | VANESSA ARRINGTON
    HAVANA — American activists camping out at a Cuban military checkpoint outside the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay started their first day of a water-only fast Monday to protest the treatment of suspected terrorists detained at the base. Members of the largely Christian group Witness Against Torture are demanding access to the prisoner camp to meet with inmates. The activists arrived late Sunday at the checkpoint, which is about five miles from the U.S. base, after a five-day march from the eastern Cuban city of Santiago. "We can see the windmills of the U.S. base, we can see some...
  • Patient wants to live, but old 'living will' mandates death

    10/20/2005 5:52:22 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 419 replies · 9,588+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 10/20/05 | Diana Lynne
    He says he wants to live. But his wife, caregivers and South Carolina state officials are so focused on carrying out a decade-old, out-of-state living will that 79-year-old Jimmy Chambers can't get a word in edgewise. That's the account of 10 of Chambers's children and their spouses who signed sworn affidavits in an attempt to block their mother from removing his life-sustaining ventilator, which would cause his death. It's a case that's reminiscent of the Terri Schiavo controversy which captured the attention of millions around the world, in which a fault line opened up in the middle of a formerly...
  • Opposing lawyers share thoughts on Schiavo case

    10/01/2005 6:32:54 AM PDT · by topher · 631 replies · 6,866+ views
    Palm Beach Daily News ^ | October 1, 2005 | Michele Dargan
    The only issue that David Gibbs can ever remember Jesse Jackson and Rush Limbaugh agreeing on was the fact that Terri Schiavo should remain alive. ... Gibbs called removing Schiavo's feeding tube "barbaric and uncivilized." Florida law does not allow the starvation of animals and the constitution does not allow the starvation of convicted murderers, he said. ... Felos said faith-based organizations, religious leaders, priests and rabbis distorted the facts in the Schiavo case. ...
  • Tribes...A Bill Whittle Essay

    09/05/2005 10:47:12 AM PDT · by alfa6 · 81 replies · 2,163+ views
    Eject,Eject.Eject, website ^ | Sept 5, 2005 | Bill Whittle
    I’m generally an optimist, and it’s been my pleasure to be able to write mostly about the good and the noble things in our lives. But the events in the Gulf – of Mexico – have brought to a head a summer and a year that has been getting progressively uglier and more painful to watch. Who can not see the way the country has changed, not since 9/11, but before that – since the 2000 election? Who cannot feel the split, the division, that rips like a shredding sail on a broken mast, canvas tearing like the sound of...
  • New Orleans Didn’t Just Go Nuts -- It’s Been Nuts

    09/07/2005 10:52:24 PM PDT · by cowdog77 · 15 replies · 867+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | Sept 6, 2005 | Mac Johnson
    "First out of the gate were the Holy Men of the Cult of Global Warming, who couldn’t wait for the first dead to wash up before they declared the Hurricane irrefutable proof of Global Warming and a direct responsibility of George W. Bush. Next up were the racial ambulance chasers, always looking for another grievous injury to add to their political caseload. Looking at the Sea of Black faces abandoned without transportation, food, water or protection, they somehow managed to look past the City’s Black Mayor, Black Police Chief, Black City Council members and all the other Black office holders...
  • A dying man's cry for freedom in Iran (must read)

    08/10/2005 5:59:15 PM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 27 replies · 654+ views
    Iranian.com ^ | August 10, 2005 | Max Boot of LA Times
    THE HEADLINES out of Tehran concern the predictable failure of yet another round of farcical negotiations designed to stop Iran's nuclear weapons program. Meanwhile, a much more dramatic story is unfolding with much less attention. Investigative journalist Akbar Ganji has been on a hunger strike since June 11 to protest his unwarranted imprisonment over the last five years for the crime of criticizing the theocratic thugs who have hijacked his country. Recently, he has been moved from prison to a hospital, where he is said to be at death's door. His condition is so perilous that even his advocate —...
  • Time to Face the Truth About Radical Islam - (reality check...and quit with the PC!)

    07/24/2005 10:01:20 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 12 replies · 3,718+ views
    NEWSMAX.COM ^ | JULY 22, 2005 | ARMSTRONG WILLIAMS
    In Washington, D.C., politics dominate even the most casual conversations. During a cab ride home from the movies, the cabbie remarked: "Bush used the wrong word when he said �crusade.' That upset a lot of Muslims. You have no idea how many Muslims there are all around you. They will riot. You are in the heart of it ... where you live. You see, if there is a war, they will riot." He pointed out the window to a hill decorated with a large wooden cross. "I will see you there." "What do you mean you will see me there?"...
  • Forceful Reason - Fallaci issues a wake-up call to Europe

    06/23/2005 9:37:31 AM PDT · by Brian Allen · 15 replies · 1,251+ views
    NRO ^ | Wednesday May 04 2004 - 0834 | Lorenzo Vidino
    Oriana Fallaci's is not a household name in the United States but Ms Fallaci's name cannot be uttered in Europe without generating a heated reaction. Even though her 2002 book, The Rage and the Pride, was translated into English [By Fallaci] and sold many copies in the United States, it was on the other side of the ocean that intellectuals, politicians, and ordinary citizens passionately debated the views of the celebrated Italian journalist. The Rage and the Pride is either loved or hated; Ms Fallaci's positions leave no middle ground. Outraged by the events of 9/11, Fallaci criticizes both Muslims...
  • What's Important to the MSM: The Convoluted and the Cockeyed - (socks it to Ted Kennedy et al)

    05/05/2005 9:14:18 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 6 replies · 696+ views
    CHRONWATCH.COM ^ | MAY 3, 2005 | BOB PARKS
    Funny, a couple of years ago President Bush was ridiculed by liberals for placing Iran and North Korea within the “Axis of Evil.” Now with both those countries giving negotiators and interested parties the middle finger with uranium refining, missile and pending underground nuclear tests, the media decided these next items should dominate the recent news…. Cockeyed Payout Boston Mayor Thomas “Forest Gump” Menino said yesterday that the City of Boston will soon announce a settlement with the family of Victoria Snelgrove, the Emerson College student who was killed by a pepper pellet shot by Boston Police who had to...
  • 4 held in teen's 'barbaric' killing

    04/27/2005 6:55:51 AM PDT · by South Hawthorne · 25 replies · 1,562+ views
    Philadelphia Inquirer ^ | April 27, 2005 | Thomas J. Gibbons Jr., Rory Sweeney and Stephanie L. Arnold
    4 held in teen's 'barbaric' killingBy Thomas J. Gibbons Jr., Rory Sweeney and Stephanie L. ArnoldInquirer Staff WritersThe ordeal lasted at least an hour.Christine Marie Ham's killers stabbed her. They beat her. They choked her. They attempted to set her on fire. Then they threw her, still alive, into the Schuylkill in Southwest Philadelphia.Somehow, the 15-year-old Ham treaded water and managed to crawl back to shore. She collapsed near the river bank. There, she bled to death early Sunday.Philadelphia police yesterday arrested four people - two young men, a young woman, and a teenage boy - in Ham's killing. Homicide...
  • After Terri

    03/28/2005 3:45:19 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 36 replies · 946+ views
    WND.com ^ | 03-28-05 | Farah, Joseph
    After Terri -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: March 28, 2005 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2005 WorldNetDaily.com As I write these words, Terri Schiavo is still clinging to life, disproving the specious and irrelevant claim that nearly 20 years ago she made a casual statement about not wanting to live "hooked up to machines." The claim is specious because it is nothing more than hearsay evidence from the man most determined – for whatever his motivations – to see her die. It is specious because it was consistently countered by many people who knew Terri better and longer than her husband, Michael Schiavo. It...
  • Girl, 2, who must marry to pay for uncle's adultery

    02/27/2005 11:52:42 PM PST · by MadIvan · 18 replies · 4,050+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | February 28, 2005 | Nasir Malick
    As she emerges from her mud-walled house carried high on her elder brother's shoulder two-year-old Rabia is blissfully unaware of the life that awaits her. Two-year-old Rabia In 14 years, if the ruling of the village council – or panchayat – where she lives in rural Pakistan is obeyed, she will be married to a man 33 years her senior. The decision was taken last week as a punishment against her uncle, Mohammed Akmal, who was found to have slept with another man's wife. As part of the compensation deal he also agreed to pay 230,000 rupees (£2,175). According to...
  • Is circumcision the kiss of death or source of life?

    02/26/2005 5:16:19 PM PST · by Babwa · 403 replies · 7,047+ views
    Toward Tradition ^ | 2/21/2005 | Samuel Silver
    The national news media is abuzz with a story about the possible link between the tragic death of an infant Jewish boy from herpes and his circumcision. At the same time, the media has not fully reported on the fact that circumcision could save millions of lives from the scourge of AIDS. The problem is that circumcision is in the Bible, which makes it a serious violation of the religion practiced by the majority in academia and the mainstream media - secular fundamentalism. They have stood by while millions died and continue to die. How differently they value human life...
  • Venezuela: Illegal land grab by the puppets continues

    12/29/2004 5:22:00 PM PST · by Kitten Festival · 1 replies · 318+ views
    The Devil's Excrement (Venezuela) ^ | Dec. 29, 2004 | Miguel Octavio
    Many thought there would at least be political calm after Chavez’ victory in the recall vote and the regional elections. No such luck, that is simply not the style. Chavez thrives on conflict, on pushing people to see how far he may go. When the Governor of Cojedes decreed the intervention of some farms in that state, many thought it was another footnote in the revolution, something even reasonable. I didn’t. That is simply not the style, Chavez was in China when this happened, but few of these Governors act alone or even have a mind of their own, they...
  • Rabbi ordered to pay NIS 1.18 million for botched circumcision (OUCH!!!!)

    12/14/2004 9:55:31 PM PST · by GaryMontana · 26 replies · 872+ views
    Haaretz ^ | 12/14/2004 | Yuval Azoulay
    The Rishon Letzion Magistrate's Court on Tuesday ordered the former rabbi of the Gan Yavneh local council to pay a child and his parents NIS 1.18 million in damages after the child was left severely disfigured when he was circumcised by the rabbi. The rabbi, Mehumar Tzubari, performed the religious ceremony on the child in April 1995. A few hours after the ceremony, the mother realized that the tip of the child's penis was blacked and called the rabbi. He checked the area, applied iodine ointment and told the mother not to worry and that "everything will be fine." After...
  • Bush Gives Palestinians $20 Million

    12/08/2004 8:09:37 AM PST · by yonif · 190 replies · 3,079+ views
    Reuters ^ | Wed Dec 8, 2004
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Bush administration on Wednesday announced it was giving $20 million in direct aid to the Palestinian Authority to help it through a financial crisis. A senior Bush administration official said it hoped the aid would encourage additional donations from other countries "at a time when the Palestinian Authority is in desperate need of budget support to pay its bills, maintain stability and allow it to focus on the larger question of governing." The Palestinian Authority is facing a severe financial crisis due to falling tax revenues during four years of violence which has paralyzed the Palestinian...
  • White Muslim

    12/03/2004 5:34:26 PM PST · by 4.1O dana super trac pak · 99 replies · 4,324+ views
    LA Weekly ^ | 12/1/2004 | Brendan Bernhard
    Five days before 9/11, Charles Vincent bought his first Koran. Six weeks later, while smoke was still pouring from the remains of the World Trade Center, he formally converted to Islam in the mosque attached to the Islamic Cultural Center on 96th Street and Third Avenue in New York City. A blonde, blue-eyed 29-year-old from Torrance, California, he readily admits that he chose an unlikely moment to fall in love with the world's most newsworthy religion. But in the three years since, his devotion to Islam has only deepened. Like a growing number of white Americans and Europeans, he has...
  • Muslims reject linking Islam to terrorism

    11/30/2004 3:00:41 PM PST · by M. Espinola · 84 replies · 4,358+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 11-30-04 | UPI
    Tripoli, Libya, Nov. 30 (UPI) -- Muslim clerics and scholars meeting in Libya from around the world Tuesday denounced attempts to link Islam to terrorism as an injustice to one billion Muslims. A final communiqué, issued at the end of a two-day conference in Tripoli organized by the International Islamic Daawa (Call) organization, called on participants to combat all actions that tarnish Islam and undermine its aspects of love and tolerance. The conferees, some 500 clerics and scholars from 120 countries, condemned all aspects of injustice, enmity and the use of force such as invasions, sieges and wars in violation...
  • A state of nature

    11/17/2004 5:35:55 PM PST · by Kitten Festival · 5 replies · 294+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | Nov. 17, 2004 | Richard A. Baehr
    The death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat has brought forth all the shopworn bromides about the critical opportunity now ahead, to finally forge a lasting peace and a two state solution for Israel and the Palestinians. Arafat’s death has not changed any of the underlying dynamics that continue to prevent such a peace or a two state solution from emerging. The first of these critical dynamics is that Palestinian society is now more accurately described as a chaotic, violent state of nature (in the Hobbesein sense), than as a political entity ready for the next step to peace and statehood.
  • Islamist wave sweeps Kuwait; Piety on the march

    11/15/2004 1:10:16 PM PST · by mdittmar · 20 replies · 1,086+ views
    arabtimes ^ | 16th Nov 2004 | arabtimes
    KUWAIT (RTRS): At a Kuwaiti hotel Sheikh Ali Abu al-Hassan holds an audience spellbound with his talk about “the pleasures of heaven”, a paradise where true Muslims will enjoy virgins, eternal bliss and bounty. Down the road at Kuwait’s university, women and men are brought down to earth with the reality of life in the country. They are segregated to prevent them from “sin”. Islamist protests in Kuwait have forced the government to ban pop concerts, while at hospitals devout women surgeons are refusing to operate on men saying it is religiously forbidden for them to see their genitals. In...