Wednesday, January 5, 2011

The Globe's Worthless 'Minority' Opinion

You will search in vain for the words "jihad," "sharia," "dhimmis," "dhimmitude," and "Islam" in this editorial in the Globe and Mail about two related events--the Egypt church bombing and the assassination of a Pakistani politician. Instead, you will read that such bloody-mindedness (another word that doesn't appear) is
a reminder that terrorism often grows from the persecution of religious and ethnic minorities. It is not only a strategy intended to destabilize major, developed countries.
Thanks for the heads-up, Globers. But that, along with your assertion further down that Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is "comparatively moderate" (right--in the same way that, compared to a viper, a rattlesnake is "comparatively moderate") isn't worth the cost of the paper your rag is printed on.

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