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(Hat Tip to Avid Editor and Pictures courtesy of: Atlas Shrugs)
Ahh, diversity and multiculturalism...
The religion of peace celebrating its kindness, intolerance, and love. The next time someone tells you Muslims don't care for their children like the filthy kuffar does, remember these beautiful images:
If they do this to their own children, imagine what they'd do to yours...
How would you like this guy living next door to you?
And they say Islam is a religion, not a cult...
(Cross-posted at SnappedShot)
Monday, May 12, 2008
Kosovo Muslims are objecting to elections which would allow the minority Serbs (non-Muslims) to elect leaders to represent them. For years in rejecting Kosovo independence, Serbia had warned of the erosion of rights and the destruction of democracy. The true agenda of Albanian Muslims in Kosovo is now beginning to reveal itself.
But will the West listen?
PRISTINA, Kosovo-Some 400 ethnic Albanians in Kosovo are protesting Serbia's plans to hold elections in Kosovo.
The protesters were waving Albanian flags while throwing garbage and sprinkling sewage water Friday at Kosovo's government building and the U.N. mission in the capital Pristina.
The protesters blame the United Nations and local institutions for allowing Kosovo's Serb minority to vote in Sunday's local and parliamentary elections. Serbs will be choosing between pro-Western leaders or radical forces that seek closer ties with Russia.
The U.N. has run Kosovo since the war ended in 1999 between ethnic Albanian separatists and Serb troops. Ethnic Albanians leaders declared independence this year.
Below: A pro-Serbian billboard in Kosovo before ethnic Albanian Muslims succeeded in declaring independence. The large text across the bottom says, "Kosovo is Serbia". The quote at the top right is that of George Washington's: "Now is the time to show if we are free people or slaves."
More Al Salibiyyah posts about Kosovo:
Thursday, April 24, 2008
The best laugh I've had in ages was last year when Palestinian terrorists, and their supporters, died in a tsunami of shit. Who says Allah doesn't have a sense of humour?
Aziza heard someone shouting, telling her to run away. She got out of the hut, then went back in because she had forgotten her head covering.
The wall of raw human waste slammed into them. It knocked her down and tore the baby from her arms.
He drowned. They found his body against the wall of the mosque a hundred metres away.
So, what have the "freedom fighters" of Palestinian done to prevent another cosmic joke in my Islamophobic universe? Absolutely nothing.
Sadi said that the lakes [of untreated sewage] are 11m (36ft) higher than the surrounding land, and only the earth walls around them hold the muck in.
In this single spot alone - and he said other parts of Gaza were as bad - the lakes were so big that if the dykes burst a tsunami of sewage 6m (20ft) or 7m (23ft) high would swamp an area inhabited by 10,000 people.
Sadi Ali worries that a stray bomb or missile could break a dyke.
I have no doubt Sadi is concerned about terrorist missiles or bombs, right? But I'm certain Sadi values his life too much to suggest the Palestinian government should spend more money on the welfare of Gaza residents rather than the arming of Palestinian militants or blaming the Jews for their predicament.
Either way it works out for me. There'll be peace, or another tsunami of Islamic karma to brighten my day.
Tuesday, April 1, 2008
"I am sad because my people are in bondage. If I drink water I will have to go to the bathroom and how can I use the bathroom when my people are in bondage?"
Saddam Hussein, to U.S. interrogators.
But that doesn't explain this atrocity:
Monday, March 31, 2008
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Sunday, March 9, 2008
Globe and Mail readers opened up their morning newspaper yesterday in utter shock and dismay.
A large photo (5 columns inches in length, above the fold, and on page A15) showed an Israeli soldier apparently aiming his weapon in the direction of a Palestinian toddler in a stroller.
It would be wholly unthinkable for an Israeli soldier to point a weapon directly at a baby, even more so in the immediate vicinity of a press photographer. Indeed, a closer examination of this photo reveals how clever positioning on the part of the photographer captures a particular angle and context. Thus, the soldier, his weapon and the baby are the primary focus while we do not see who is pushing the stroller or any of the surroundings in the area that the IDF is patrolling. The soldier is not even pointing his weapon at the baby. The photo is deliberately manipulative and selective in what it shows and what it does not show.
There was no relation between the photo and the story that appeared alongside it, about U.S. Secretary of State Condolezza Rice’s shuttle diplomacy to the Mideast to restore peace talks.
This is the type of media manipulation SnappedShot was exposing before the Associated Press threated litigious retaliation. It is also the reason fair-minded bloggers need to rally around Brian at SnappedShot.com, and help him to keep exposing the AP for what it is - an anti-Semitic, pro-Islamic propaganda organization.
Thursday, March 6, 2008
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Monday, February 11, 2008
Yes, how horrendously immoral the world would become if men were allowed to tell the woman (or in Islam's case women) in his life that he actually cared for them.
KUWAIT CITY — Valentine's Day is just three days away, but one Muslim politician is heading up a committee to make sure it goes completely ignored.
Kuwaiti MP Waleed Al-Tabtabae, head of the National Assembly’s Committee Monitoring Negative Alien Practices, will chair his group Wednesday to discuss ways to repress all public displays recognizing the international day of love.
“We want to discuss measures that should be taken by these ministries to prevent such alien events from impacting Kuwaiti society and spreading corruption among the Kuwaiti youth,” Al-Tabtabae told reporters Monday.
Committee member Islamist MP Jamaan Al-Harbash said many Islamic countries ban Valentine's Day celebrations because the holiday “spreads moral corruption.”
Monday, February 4, 2008
Today, the mainstream media trashes and bashes our troops every opportunity - even going as far as inventing atrocities the U.S. soldiers supposedly committed. Major media outlets such as the New York Times routinely print frontpage stories and images smearing American troops, but once the story is discovered to be a fabrication or the image is found to be doctored, the best we can hope for is a 'correction' deep within the bowels of the newspapers.
A peek back in to history reveals that, not only did our politicians have a set of brass cojones, but even war correspondents had the intestinal fortitude to report the truth.
NEW YORK (AP) - The figure in the photograph is clad in Army fatigues, boots and helmet, lying on his back in peaceful repose, folded hands holding a military cap. Except for a thin trickle of blood from the corner of his mouth, he could be asleep.
But he is not asleep; he is dead. And this is not just another fallen GI; it is Ernie Pyle, the most celebrated war correspondent of World War II.
As far as can be determined, the photograph has never been published. Sixty-three years after Pyle was killed by the Japanese, it has surfaced—surprising historians, reminding a forgetful world of a humble correspondent who artfully and ardently told the story of a war from the foxholes.
"It's a striking and painful image, but Ernie Pyle wanted people to see and understand the sacrifices that soldiers had to make, so it's fitting, in a way, that this photo of his own death ... drives home the reality and the finality of that sacrifice," said James E. Tobin, a professor at Miami University of Ohio.
Tobin, author of a 1997 biography, "Ernie Pyle's War," and Owen V. Johnson, an Indiana University professor who collects Pyle-related correspondence, said they had never seen the photo. The negative is long lost, and only a few prints are known to exist.
Monday, January 28, 2008
From the Religion of Peace and their 'Picture of the Week':
One of the most important battles of the 17th century was the battle of Vienna, which was fought on September 12, 1683. The outcome of this battle would have a profound effect on the future of Eastern, if not of all, Europe. The Battle of Vienna was mainly fought by the Turks, with about 15,000 Tatars on their side, against a less numerous combination of Polish, German, and Austrian forces.
Like a cancer, Islam engulfs all that is good and free.
We must understand the nature of the man behind Islam to know what Islam means.
Mohammad, the self-styled ‘prophet’, was a Killer. Not metaphorically, but literally. Mohammad actually committed the violence that the Koran preaches, and even had his critics killed. I don't give a rat's ass what out of context 'good' he may have done in light of this historical fact. Once a belief system sanctions violence against All those who are not under its control, any pretext at virtue is just that.
Sunday, January 27, 2008
~George Santayana, The Life of Reason, 1905
Today is Holocaust Memorial Day. Today is a day in which we should reflect on the past and remember those who succumbed to the cruelty mankind inflicts upon itself.
It is also a day of learning. History provides us a glimpse of truth and an opportunity to better ourselves. Whether we embrace that opportunity or ignore it is up to each of us.
Friday, January 18, 2008
And some think these people deserve a state...
This is a picture of a Palestinian mother stepping on the corpse of her son who betrayed the Muslims by helping the Israelis.
If all mothers were like this,
Our lands would be liberated in no time.
(Captioned by Samir Khan)
Monday, December 24, 2007
Even in the face of Western betrayal, Serbia presses for the very freedom that made America great. It is shameful that the West has turned its back on this young democracy so desperately trying to survive the onslaught of Islamic Fascism.
The sign says, along the bottom, "Kosovo is Serbia." The other text is a quote from George Washington: "Now is the time to show if we are free people or slaves."