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NOVEMBER 25, 2015
NOVEMBER 25, 2015
Video footage out of Norway proves that the notion of “moderate Islam” is a complete myth and that far more than a tiny minority of Muslims harbor violent, intolerant and extremist views.
During a conference held in May 2013, Norwegian Islamic leader Fahad Qureshi complains that the media often frames views such as “the death penalty for homosexuals” or the subjugation of women as only being held by radical Muslims.
“I always try to tell them that….these are general views that every Muslim actually has….every Muslim believes in these things,” says Qureshi.
Qureshi then asks the audience of Muslim attendees – black, white and Arab – to raise their hands if they agree with gender segregation and stoning women for adultery, as taught by the Koran.
Virtually every single ‘moderate’ Muslim in the room raises their hand to agree with these positions.
Qureshi then asks the audience if they go to “normal Sunni mosques in Norway.” Virtually everyone raises their hand in agreement once again.
“What are the politicians going to say now? What is the media going to say now? That we are all extremists? That we are all radicals? That we need to deport all of us from this country?” states Qureshi.
The chillingly ironic thing is of course that in trying to argue that most Muslims are not ‘radical extremists’, Qureshi only proves the point that so-called “moderate” Muslims do in fact hold radical, violent and extreme views about the treatment of women and homosexuals.
The clip attests to the fact that – as documented in the rest of the video – intolerant and hateful viewpoints are not just held by a tiny minority of “radical” Muslims, they are held by most Muslims period, and they’re taken directly from the Koran.
If such views were espoused by extreme right-wingers, liberals would be up in arms, but because Muslims rank far higher in the ‘oppression olympics’ table, so-called “progressives” are frightened to criticize Islam for fear of being labeled politically incorrect or racist (despite the fact that Islam is not a race).
“There’s an expression for what you just saw: from the horse’s mouth,”writes Stephen Crowder. “Not the pig’s mouth, that’s racist…or Islamophobic. A group of admitted, mainstream, “moderate” Sunni Muslims, who attend regular, average mosques, are totally cool with whatever punishment Allah says is the best punishment. Killing the gays? For sure. Stoning your woman for adultery? Totes cool. Her eyes probably lingered a bit too long on that Justin Beiber poster.”
“What these Muslims in this video are not okay with? Being told they’re extreme for these views. They want the world to know that “moderate,” mainstream Islam holds the same views as the radical Islamists who blow themselves up. The men in this video (I didn’t see any women, but maybe they’re there, in the back, where they “belong”) sent a message to the media apologists and politicians. The message: there’s no such thing as “extreme” Islam.”
BY WARNER TODD HUSTON
Officials charged Indianapolis residents Larry Jo Taylor, Jr., 18, and Jalen E. Watson, 21, with the November 10 murder of Amanda Blackburn, 28. The victim was 12 weeks pregnant at the time of her murder.
The victim’s husband, Davey Blackburn, a pastor at the independent Resonate Church of Indianapolis, told police he left for a local gym at around 6AM on November 10 but did not lock the front door behind him when he left.
When he returned from the gym, the victim’s husband said he found his wife on the floor partially nude. The victim was lying in a pool of blood having been shot to death in the couple’s home.
Police reported that the two suspects–along with a third man named Diano Gordon, 24–where engaged in a series of home robberies, and they say evidence shows the trio had broken into several other homes that same morning. It appears that the suspects did not know the pastor and his wife, and their home was a random target.
A police document explains that Taylor had argued with the other two suspects about killing someone in one of the previous homes the three robbed, but his cohorts convinced him not to. However, according to police reports, Taylor’s bloodlust was not abated for long.
“Taylor stated that [Mrs. Blackburn] charged at him and he shot her somewhere in the upper body so he would not be scratched,” the police wrote in a report. “Taylor then told them that he leaned over her body and shot her in the back of the head. He leaned further, looked at her face, and watched her bleed.”
The couple’s 15-month-old son was upstairs during the attack and was fortunately found unharmed.
The attacks shocked the Indianapolis area, and local media outlets have been watching the story closely even as for nearly a week it seemed as if no movement had been made to break the case. All that ended Monday with the welcome announcement that the suspects had been arrested.
Pastor Blackburn told the media that authorities have told him they have a “strong case” against the men, and he thanked police for their “compassion and professionalism.”
“Though it does not undo the pain we are feeling, I was extremely relieved to get the news of the arrest made last night of Amanda’s killer,” Pastor Blackburn said.
Other evidence gathered by police also points to the suspects. DNA evidence was left in the couple’s stolen car used to transport stolen property and taken to a local ATM to take money out of the victim’s bank account.
Both Taylor and Watson have a long criminal record.
Watson was only released from prison on August 6 after completing a sentence for his second conviction for burglary.
According to the Associated Press, “Taylor also faces misdemeanor public nudity and public indecency charges stemming from an unrelated June incident where he allegedly exposed himself to a woman in a parking lot, court records show.”
Pastor Blackburn is still mourning his terrible loss.
“I read Amanda’s journal entry just a few days before–she journaled every day of her life–just a few days before she was killed,” Pastor Blackburn told ABC News. “She put something in there that just spoke volumes to us that we’re deriving strength from. She said, ‘We don’t know what the future holds but we know who holds the future and that’s Jesus.’”
BY AWR HAWKINS
The effort is being pushed by Sens.
According to WMDT, the latest two Senators to join the effort to get Obama to go around Congress are Sens. Chris Coon (D-DE) and Tom Carper (D-DE). The Senators want Obama to use executive action to expand background checks to include private gun owners who sell a certain number of guns each year.
Breitbart News previously reported that Obama began talking about this expansion after the October 1 Umpqua Community College attack. NBC News reported that the threshold being weighed for triggering background checks on private gun owners was “50 or 100 guns a year” being sold. But Michael Bloomberg-funded Everytown for Gun Safety is pressing Obama to require a background check for any gun sold if that gun was owned less than a year before being sold–even if one gun is all that is sold in a calendar year.
This is an insidious way to secure all the new regulations on gun shows that Democrats have pursued, but failed to secure, for nearly two decades. It is also a devious way to take another step toward a national gun registry, which would have to exist for all new gun purchases in order to know whether a private gun owner keeps a firearm for longer than a year before selling it.
It is interesting to note that background checks were passed for all the guns used in the Umpqua Community College attack. So the executive action being demanded by 24 Senate Democrats would not have prevented that heinous attack from happening.
This group of “Turks” boasted earlier that both Russian pilots ejected from the shot down Russian Su-24 jet were killed in the air from their bullets. However, that proved to be false after one of the pilots turned out to be alive and even gave an interview about the incident. And that’s not all. Apparently the commander of this militant pack Alpaslan “Celik” Steel is the son of a former Turkish mayor and is associated with the Turkish MHP party.