Monday, July 25, 2016

If Authorities Had Their Druthers, All Murderous Jihadis Would Be Labelled "Crazy" (Because It's So Much Easier Than Having to Come to Terms With the Reality of Jihad)

German authorities and their complicit lackeys in the media have been trying to play the "he wuz crazy" card re the latest feat of jihad in their country--a human bomb from Syria who self-detonated outside a music festival; well, what do you expect of someone who, as CNN (among many others) "explains" had tried to commit suicide twice before after Germany refused his refugee claim? It may, however, prove to be more difficult to do so in light of this--Syrian suicide bomber who blew himself up outside German music festival had pledged allegiance to ISIS, had Islamist videos at his home and had enough chemicals to make ANOTHER bomb, police reveal.

Update: How "cray-cray" is this--pre-'splodiation, he filmed himself in a video vowing that Germans "won't be able to sleep soundly" any more?

Update: Re the "crazy" teenager responsible for murder and mayhem in Munich, Raymond Ibrahim writes:
A German-born 18-year-old of Iranian descent named Ali Sonboly went on a shooting spree last Friday.  He reportedly targeted young children; a number of adolescents were among the nine he murdered. 
This incident is a reminder that the ongoing terrorization of the West is not limited to the Islamic State (“ISIS”), “extreme” Wahhabi or Salafi interpretations of Islam, or terrorists posing as refugees entering the West. 
Ali Sonboly was none of those things.  He was born and raised in Germany and, based on his name and Iranian heritage, was most likely of Shia background. 
But he was a Muslim.  He screamed Islam’s ancient war cry “Allahu Akbar” during his rampage.  It’s also telling that he launched his attack on the one day of the week that many calculated Islamic attacks on non-Muslims occur: Friday.[1] 
And that is the grand lesson of the Munich massacre.  Mere Islam—to borrow from C.S. Lewis’ famous book about the many commonalities shared by most Christian denominations—is responsible for the ongoing terrorization of the West...
No, no, no, Mr. Ibrahim. It must be "radical" Islam, or "extremist" Islam, or "radically extreme and violent Islamism/jihadism."

Well, mustn't it?

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