Archive for the ‘Islamic Awareness Week’ Category

“Unko bachana kaun chahega?” India’s Excellent Response to Terrorists:

December 1, 2008

“Who will want to save them?” i.e. “Who wants to capture any alive?”
Mumbai: Doctors Shocked At Hostages Torture reports that the Islamic supremacist perpetrators of the Mumbai massacre tortured many of their hostages before murdering them. The article also says, however, that the Indians may have used what Kumbaya-singing Westerners might call “excessive violence” on the terrorists. The Islamic supremacists’ faces were “beyond recognition” and “One of the terrorists was shot through either eye.”

In other words, the terrorists got exactly what they deserved, and what the United States and Israel ought to give the perpetrators of 9/11 and Ma’alot respectively on a routine basis. The French use the term “pour encourager les autres”–literally “to encourage the others,” but more generally “as an example to others.” We stated more than 25 years ago that first aid for wounded terrorists should be limited to the cost of a single pistol cartridge. (more…)

“Submission” The film the Islamic Supremacists don’t want you to see

December 9, 2007

“Oh Allah, Most High… I feel the strength of my husband’s fist on my face.” Being raped by an uncle is a normal part of life in Islamic supremacist cultures, as is domestic violence and wife battering.

Submission, Part 2. More wife battering. See how civilized they are!

The Violent Oppression of Woman in Islam

October 22, 2007

Warning: Pictures of Graphic Violence

This video includes explicit pictures of violence to women, and also terroristic bombings

Militant Islam: the Green Plague

September 29, 2007

“What is it that hunts you? Name it to me.”
“If I could name it — ” Ged stopped himself. . . .
“If you could name it you could master it, maybe, little wizard . . . Would you like to know its name?”. . . .
Ursula Kroeber LeGuin, A Wizard of Earthsea

In magic, the name of a thing IS the thing. …the name contains in itself the essence of the animal’s being, the quality which makes it what it is and not something else.
Cavendish, Richard. 1989. Legends of the World, Crown Publishers, Inc. New York. p. 334

As with many myths and legends, the concept of a secret or true name has a very real basis. In myths and stories, discovery of someone’s or something’s true name conveys magical powers over the person or object in question. In practice, someone who learns the true nature of a thing, such as the culture of an organization, also gains considerable power over it. More importantly, the power to name a thing is the power to control it. If we can name militant “Islam” in this manner, we can destroy it utterly. (more…)

Tufts University Committee on Student Life:

May 22, 2007

“Labeling Islam violent is unacceptable in any way, shape or form.”
Tufts WTC

We previously reported how a Tufts University Committee on Student Life hearing condemned The Primary Source for “harassment and creating a hostile environment on campus through the publication of “Islam-Arabic Translation: Submission,” a commentary published in its April 11, 2007 edition that imitated the format of the MSA’s advertisement for events during Islamic Awareness Week.” The Primary Source and the Tufts Daily both allege that, during this hearing, Professor Barbara Grossman–a prominent Democratic Party donor–made remarks prejudicial to a fair hearing. She allegedly went so far as to compare the Primary Source’s criticism of affirmative action to “spray-painting a swastika on a synagogue.” Another CSL member stated that labeling Islam violent is unacceptable in any way, shape or form. (more…)