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Ohio Bloodbath: Muslim Muhammad Barry Named Machete Attacker Hacking People in Nazareth Restaurant. Vetted by King Barry.

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FBI thwarts mass shooting at Milwaukee Masonic Temple. Yet another peaceful Muslim jihadist. He didn’t go to Wally World and buy machine guns and a silencer. Appear’s he’s a US citizen, but if not we’d say he’s another great example of vetting.Samy Mhamed Hamzeh

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Muslim woman ejected from Donald Trump rally after silent protest: There is a reason this woman doesn’t protest reactionary Islam. Trump will have you removed from his event. They will have you removed from this life. Note- It appears that this individual is another Social Justice Ambulance Chaser picking on the weakest targets –see here.

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Woman Warns Philly Police That Alleged Cop Shooter Was Part of Radical Group. Oops! Not a lone wolf.

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Mayor Kenney On Officer Shooting: ‘It Has Nothing To Do With Being Muslim.’ Mayor Jim Kenney is delusional. Read his quotes from below. He said this in spite of the fact that the shooter admitted he pledged allegiance to the Islamic State and said he did it in the name of Islam.

Mayor Kenney:

nothing to do with being a Muslim…

In no way shape or form does anyone in this room believe that Islam or the teaching of Islam has anything to do with what you’ve seen on the screen….

This is a criminal with a stolen gun who tried to kill one of our officers. It has nothing to do with being a Muslim or faith…

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Man tries to assassinate Philadelphia policeman, says he did it in the name of Islam. So then, can we give him an Islamic punishment like throwing him off a tall building or cutting off his head or burning him alive?

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A London store called Designual held a sale called “Arrive Half-Naked, Leave Fully Dressed”. The first one hundred half-naked customers won an outfit of their choice.

Needless to say, the line wrapped around the block and police had to be called in to control the surging mob. Not the customers, but the onlookers.

We’re still trying to understand this photo of a devout young Muslim woman.

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Source: Metro UK, TheReligionOfPeace.com

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A case of mistaken identity

by editor on November 23, 2010

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If this were a Perry Mason novel, Erle Stanley Gardner would have called it The Case of the Baffling Burka.

The Sydney Daily Telegraph uncovers the story:

Covered from head to toe in a burqa, with just a slit through which to see, a Muslim woman charged with making a false complaint to police now argues she has been a victim of mistaken identity.

Carnita Matthews was stopped by an Australian policeman, who attempted to give her a random Breathalyzer test. She accused him of racism and said he attempted to forcibly remove her veil. Unfortunately for Carnita, the judge didn’t believe a word she said, found her guilty of making a false accusation and sentenced her to six months in jail.

In case you’re wondering, that’s Carnita on the left. Or maybe that’s her on the right. Hmmm. We’re really not sure.

H/T: Andrew Bolt

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There are days you’d swear life came right off the front page of the Onion. Like this story, for example:

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said in a recent interview that his “foremost” mission as the head of America’s space exploration agency is to improve relations with the Muslim world.

No, seriously, that’s what he said. Here’s the money quote:

“When I became the NASA administrator — or before I became the NASA administrator — he charged me with three things. One was he wanted me to help re-inspire children to want to get into science and math, he wanted me to expand our international relationships, and third, and perhaps foremost, he wanted me to find a way to reach out to the Muslim world and engage much more with dominantly Muslim nations to help them feel good about their historic contribution to science … and math and engineering….”

Captain Kirk would never go for this. Neither would Picard. We’re pretty sure it’s a direct violation of the Prime Directive.

(Yes, the Editor is a Trekkie and he’s not ashamed to admit it. But if he had voted for Obama, he’d be pretty damned ashamed to admit that right now.)

Source: Fox News

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the Barry Soetoro a.k.a. Barack Obama we had up was pulled off youtube. Here are others we’re plugging in

We think the first one is the same as the one we had before. The first and the second are the same except for some added captions in the second on, but we’ll keep both on here for safekeeping.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ra8SJBEzhxc

Barry Soetoro a.k.a. Barack Obama? Who is Barry Soetoro?

Yeah, it’s probably crazy, but that doesn’t keep it from being pretty damn interesting. Just exactly who is this guy who’s now President of the United States, Barry Obama, er, Barry Soetoro?

Can we see the Barry Soetoro (Obama) records? And how about the Barry Soetoro birth certificate while we are at it.

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If you can’t blow ‘em up, sue ‘em. That seems to be the philosophy of 95,000 direct descendants of Mohammed.

News.com.au has the details of the sordid suit:

NEARLY 95,000 descendants of Mohammed are going to sue 10 newspapers for publishing “blasphemous” cartoons of the prophet.

Faisal Yamani, a Saudi lawyer acting for the descendants, claims that the cartoons – which first appeared in 2005 and caused violent protests by Muslims around the world – are defamatory.

One of the 12 cartoons depicts Mohammed wearing a bomb-shaped turban.

The Sunday Times said that although the cartoons were published by Danish newspapers, Mr Yamani plans to pursue legal action in England, where libel laws are weighted towards the plaintiff.

English lawyers expect that he will argue that the cartoons were published in Britain via the internet and are a direct slur on his clients, who live in the Middle East, north Africa and even Australia.

Mark Stephens, a British lawyer who saw Mr Yamani’s missive to the newspapers, told The Sunday Times: “Direct descendants of the prophet have a particular place within Muslim society … By effectively criticising and making fun of the prophet you are, by implication, holding them up to scandal, contempt and public ridicule.

Just a little unsolicited advice from the legal wizards at IHateTheMedia.com: If the dynamite vest fits, you must acquit.

Source: News.com.au

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He was supposed to be America’s first soul president, but he turns out to be just another sole brother.

Powerline reports the story:

One of the key arguments of Barack Obama’s Presidential campaign was that he would improve America’s image around the world. This idea was based on the false assumption that anti-Americanism was due to factors peculiar to the Bush administration, as opposed to the basic realities of America’s role in the world and the hostility that many feel toward our values and interests. Thus, anyone foolish enough to believe that electing Obama would transform our international relationships must be disappointed.

Most recently, student protests have broken out in Indonesia against Obama’s planned visit to the land of his youth. One might think that Indonesia, especially, would welcome Obama as a favorite son. But Muslims in the world’s largest Muslim country don’t see it that way. Here, protesters hurl shoes at a picture of Obama…

Say what? Throwing shoes at Obama?

Not possible. Just not possible. The Muslim world loves us now that we’ve ousted the evil George W. Booosh. And they love President Obama because he gave them that pretty apology speech and he called America a Muslim country and all.

To paraphrase Sam & Dave, “He’s a sole man. Doo-doo-dah-doo, doo-doo-dah-doo. He’s a sole man.“ (Courtesy Sam and Dave, 1967)

Source: Powerline

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We'll volunteer to conduct the waterboard interrogation. So would lots of other Americans.

American voters want to break out the waterboard for Nigerian underpants bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab. Or worse. Whatever it takes to get him to spill his guts.

Rasmussen reports the demoralizing details for Democrats:

Fifty-eight percent (58%) of U.S. voters say waterboarding and other aggressive interrogation techniques should be used to gain information from the terrorist who attempted to bomb an airliner on Christmas Day.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 30% oppose the use of such techniques, and another 12% are not sure.

Men and younger voters are more strongly supportive of the aggressive interrogation techniques than women and those who are older. Republicans and voters not affiliated with either major party favor their use more than Democrats.

Seventy-one percent (71%) of all voters think the attempt by the Nigerian Muslim to blow up the airliner as it landed in Detroit should be investigated by military authorities as a terrorist act. Only 22% say it should be handled by civilian authorities as a criminal act, as is currently the case.

We’d say squeeze his nuts in a vise until he coughs up everything he knows. Unfortunately, that won’t be possible because his own pork and beans were the only thing this moron damaged in his attempted attack.

We don’t need Jack Bauer here. We need Oscar Meyer.

Source: Rasmussen Reports

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Super sexy inflatable Fatima now just $39.95 plus tax

Super sexy inflatable Fatima now just $39.95 plus tax

A guy walks into an adult store and says he’d like to buy an inflatable doll.

“I need to ask you a few questions first,” the guy behind the counter says. “Male or female?”

“Female,” the customer says.

“Black or white?” the clerk asks.

“White,” says the customer.

“Christian or Muslim?”

The annoyed customer says, “What the hell does religion have to do with it?”

“Very simple,” the clerk says. “The Muslim one blows itself up.”

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Pardon us for asking, but…

by editor on November 29, 2009

Did it ever occur to those Muslim martyrs that the reason all the girls in Paradise are virgins is because they’re really fat and really ugly with bad personalities?

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Remember back when Montel Williams promoted his sleazy TV show the the slogan, “Montel brings people together?”

Well, apparently, he’s against bringing them together in internment camps. Especially if they’re Muslim.

Here’s an excerpt from his conversation with Frank Farley of Temple University:

Williams: We pulled something like this back in World War II when we decided to round up all Japanese Americans and put them in internment camps…The [anti-Muslim] rhetoric… could get out of hand. What do you think?

Farley: I agree totally… The possibilities of prejudice and racism and so on are incredible here. We should be treating this as a unique incident and look at the factors involved in this very unique and specific incident and not overgeneralize. Unfortunately, we tend to overgeneralize all the time. The idea that all Muslims are the same is ridiculous…

Williams: Even if it comes out… that his frame of reference was his religion and that was what was giving him the power within himself to make his stand, that doesn’t mean that the religion is to blame.

Farley: Absolutely, his interpretation [of Islam] may vary dramatically from [that of] his fellow Muslims.

Let us state very clearly that we are opposed to internment camps for Muslims.

On the other hand, interment camps for Air America hosts isn’t such a bad idea.

Source: The Radio Equalizer

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The day after Major Nidal Malik Hasan’s murderous spree at Fort Hood, the BBC’s Gavin Lee visited the killer’s mosque, the Islamic Community of Greater Killeen. He spoke to Duane.

Prepare to be horrified.

Duane: I’m not going to condemn him for what he did. I don’t know why he did it. I will not, absolutely not, condemn him for what he had done though. If he had done it for selfish reasons I still will not condemn him. He’s my brother in the end. I will never condemn him.

Lee: There might be a lot of people shocked to hear you say that.

Duane: Well, that’s the way it is. I don’t speak for the community here but me personally I will not condemn him.

Lee: What are your thoughts towards those that were victims in this?

Duane: They were, in the end, they were troops who were going to Afghanistan and Iraq to kill Muslims. I honestly have no pity for them. It’s just like the majority of the people that will hear this, after five or six minutes they’ll be shocked, after that they’ll forget about them and go on their day.

Sorry. Can’t find much to laugh about in this story.

Source: Andrew Bolt

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How many virgins does a terrorist get in Paradise when he's killed by bear?

How many virgins does a terrorist get in Paradise when he's killed by bear?

We’re not embarrassed to admit that we didn’t know they had bears in Kashmir. We’re also not embarrassed to admit that we got a certain perverse pleasure out of this story.

A bear killed two militants after discovering them in its den in Indian-administered Kashmir, police say.

Two other militants escaped, one of them badly wounded, after the attack in Kulgam district, south of Srinagar.

The militants had assault rifles but were taken by surprise – police found the remains of pudding they had made to eat when the bear attacked.

It is thought to be the first such incident since Muslim separatists took up arms against Indian rule in 1989.

The militants had made their hideout in a cave which was actually the bear’s den, said police officer Farooq Ahmed.

The Obama administration immediately realized the military implications of this story.

“We need fewer troops in Afghanistan,” President Obama said in a hurried phone call to General Stanley McCrystal, “and more bears.”

Source: BBC

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We hear that a Major Malik Nadal Hasan has murdered, execution-style, twelve soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas. Political correctness be damned. To us, the shooter doesn’t sound Baptist, doesn’t sound Catholic, doesn’t sound Jewish, doesn’t sound Hindu, doesn’t sound Buddhist. What does that leave? We wonder. But, we do recall the story of the founder of the Muslim-American BridgesTV network that beheaded his wife in Buffalo, New York. His name? Muzzammil Hassan.

UPDATE: We took down the Facebook page we had up, as we don’t think that was legit. The following image, from cstsonline.org is the one most suspect is him.

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Racist Afghani students burn President Obama in effigy

Racist Afghani students burn President Obama in effigy

Oh, those irrepressible Afghani university students. They had themselves a grand old time the other day and it wasn’t even homecoming.

As Associated Press reports:

University students play with a burning effigy of the President Barack Obama during a demonstration in front of the Afghan Parliament in Kabul, Afghanistan on Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009. Hundreds of Afghans shouted anti-US, NATO and Afghan government slogans and burned effigy of the President Barack Obama during a rally to protest a rumor that U.S. forces had bombed a mosque and burned a copy of the Muslim holy book, the Quran, in nearby Wardak province in mid-October.

But…but…but he gave a speech in Cairo. He told the Muslim world that we love them. He told them that everything was our fault. He told them his middle name was Hussein.

Quick, Barack, give another speech. They seem to work really well.

Source: Associated Press

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Abdullah Saeed espouses some very unpopular points of view

Abdullah Saeed espouses some very unpopular points of view

Wait. We stand corrected. The following comments weren’t made by an anti-Muslim bigot. They were made by Abdullah Saeed, head of the National Centre of Excellence for Islamic Studies at Australia’s Melbourne University.

Finally someone in the Muslim world speaks out against the religion’s murdering lunatics:

The silent majority (of Muslims) should strengthen its campaign of undermining the militancy and hatred advocated by the extremists. This campaign should begin at Friday sermons, in mosques, at homes, through lesson at Muslim weekend and day schools, in study circles and youth camps. This is no doubt happening but more needs to be done in view of the present situation.
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Remember a couple months ago when Janet Napolitano issued a report warning about the dangers of “homegrown” terror and suggested that conservatives needed to be watched?

Well, damned if she wasn’t right. This week the FBI arrested six men who organized terrorist ring right in the heart of conservative North Carolina. This dangerous group of Christian extremists were plotting to…

What’s that? They weren’t Christians? They were actually homegrown Muslims?

Well, that certainly screws up this story.

Source: LittleGreenFootballs

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"I'll take 'Suicide Vests" for $2000, Alex."
“I’ll take ‘Suicide Vests” for $2000, Alex.”

The lucky winner of a new reality show on Turkish TV and you win the biggest prize ever: eternal salvation.

“Tovbekarlar Yarisiyor” (“Penitents Compete”) pits a Muslim imam, Catholic priest, Jewish rabbi and Buddhist monk against each other (like that hasn’t been done for thousands of years) in an attempt to convert 10 atheists to their religion.

If you thought that was odd, wait until you hear the prize. The winning contestants will be given a pilgrimage to their new faith’s most sacred site —Mecca for Muslims, Jerusalem for Jews, Tibet for Buddhists, or the Vatican for Catholics.

What makes this show so remarkable is that it’s the first time in the history of television that network executives have thought of worshipping anything other than the almighty buck.

Source: Andrew Bolt

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French youths (Muslims) demonstrating their youthful (Muslim) exuberance

French youths (Muslims) demonstrating their youthful (Muslim) exuberance

Please allow us to translate a story from France, reported by the BBC, found in an Australian newspaper, but generally ignored in the United States.

French youths burned 317 cars and wounded 13 police officers overnight during the now traditional bout of street violence on the eve of the Bastille Day national holiday, police say.

Paris police said 240 people had been arrested, almost double the number held after unrest on the same day last year.

The injured officers are suffering from hearing difficulties caused by home-made explosives blowing up beside them.

Last week, the death of a young man in police custody caused three nights of riots in the southern town of Firminy.

Police said Mohamed Benmouna, a 21-year-old of Algerian origin, had died after trying to hang himself in a cell earlier in the week.

So when you strip away the politically-correct reportage, you understand that “French youths” is an euphemism that actually means “Muslim youths.” You know, the same ones who’ve begun the delightful tradition of rioting and burning cars to celebrate the freedom they’ve found in France.

But, of course, it might offend some “French youths” if that story were to be reported…uhhh…accurately.

Source: Daily Telegraph via Andrew Bolt

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Reporting from Waziristan, this is Osama Bin Laden, Action News al Jazeera

"Reporting from Waziristan, this is Osama Bin Laden, Action News al Jazeera."

MSNBC now has some competition for the virulently anti-American American TV viewer.

Al Jazeera English language service began 24-hour a day broadcasts in Washington, D.C. on July 1.

But as Forbes points out, Al Jazeera has a bit of a marketing problem:

Though well respected among Muslims worldwide, in the U.S. Al Jazeera is presumed to be biased against the U.S. and western Europe. It has, at any rate, some controversial connections–or, depending on your point of view, courageous reporters. Correspondent Taysir Alouni interviewed Osama bin Laden just after the Sept. 11 attacks and is now under house arrest in Madrid after a Spanish court convicted him in 2005 of transporting cash for al Qaeda. Correspondent Tarek Ayoub was killed in a U.S. missile strike on Al Jazeera’s Baghdad headquarters in 2003; Alouni, then Baghdad bureau chief, helped recover Ayoub’s body. Then there’s Sami Al-Hajj, an Al Jazeera cameraman who was arrested in Afghanistan in 2001 and held at Guantanamo Bay for six years. Al-Hajj claims that he was beaten and force-fed prior to his release, without charge, in May 2008. In January, during the war in Gaza, the network was the only TV newscaster with reporters on both Palestinian and Israeli sides of the conflict.

Burman seeks to turn skepticism about the network’s point of view into a benefit. “We aim to appeal to viewers who get tired of Western or American perspectives and want a more global view of the world,” says Tony Burman, managing director of al-Jazeera English.

MSNBC executives must be very worried that their network will be abandoned by viewers who want to watch a real anti-American network instead of a cheap knock-off.

Source: Forbes via Accuracy In Media