March 19th, 2009 by admin
Two fascinating and pertinent articles for your review this evening.
Nonie Darwish has an Op-Ed in today’s Wall Street Journal:
An Arab-Made Misery
International donors pledged almost $4.5 billion in aid for Gaza earlier this month. It has been very painful for me to witness over the past few years the deteriorating humanitarian situation in that narrow strip where I lived as a child in the 1950s.
The media tend to attribute Gaza’s decline solely to Israeli military and economic actions against Hamas. But such a myopic analysis ignores the problem’s root cause: 60 years of Arab policy aimed at cementing the Palestinian people’s status as stateless refugees in order to use their suffering as a weapon against Israel.
… read the rest, here.
The 2nd item for your review is about one of political Islam’s favorite tactics – mob violence. We see this all across the world, especially now in Britain and across western Europe. The Paris riots of several years ago was exactly that, Islamic mob violence, though the press at the time played it quite differently. Street violence has been very effective for the advancement of political Islam and it’s “legal system” Sharia. This is a tactic. This is a form of Jihad. Don’t forget. I don’t recall seeing the following story covered in the mainstream press, do you? This tactic is now being deployed here in the US. This is a tactic of a political ideology advancing it’s purposes. Watch. Learn.
Virginia: Bullying Mob Packs Govt Meeting in Support of Islamic Supremacist Institution
Imagine facing the overwhelming odds of fighting for equality in Islamic supremacist Saudi Arabia or in the 1960s-era white supremacist Mississippi.
These were the same odds faced by a handful of activists in challenging the estimated 600 supporters of the Islamic Saudi Academy at Northern Virginia’s Fairfax County Planning Commission on the night of March 18, 2009. Many hundreds of the Islamic Saudi Academy (ISA) supporters wore printed name tag badges reading “I Support ISA,” including ISA’s logo containing the emblem of Saudi Arabian government with its two crossed swords
Read the rest… here.