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Obama Contrasted with Allen West State of the Union SOTU

Posted by avideditor on February 6, 2011

Allen West Contrasted with O’Reilly Obama interview. Is O’Reilly Pro Jihadi? After A soft ball interview of Obama on Super Bowl Sunday who knows

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What’s The Difference Between Conspiracy Theories In The West And In Islam?

Posted by avideditor on January 27, 2011

An interesting look on why most jihadis are toofers even though the jihadis committed 9-11

From http://daledamos.blogspot.com/2011/01/whats-difference-between-conspiracy.html

The difference between the crackpot theories in the West and in Islam is that those crackpot theories are hardwired into Islam–and into the Muslim media that broadcasts them:

Considering that the Koran depicts talking ants and birds, vouches for the power of sorcery, and has an entire chapter dedicated to the Jinn (Sura 72); that Hamas arrested 150 “witches” in Gaza last year; that Islam’s prophetMuhammad decreed that black dogs must die, “for they are devils”; thatthere is a fatwa to kill Mickey Mouse (a cartoon character), since rodents are “corrupters, steered by Satan”—considering all this, it should come as no surprise that animals are being portrayed as infidel operatives.

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Jihadis tell West to shut up about persecution of Christians

Posted by avideditor on January 19, 2011

Notice for the most part the MSM does not carry anything on it. Know I know why 😉

From Arabs tell West to shut up about persecution of Christians

From al Masry al-Youm:

Leaders participating in the Arab Economic Summit issued a statement rejecting foreign interference on the issue of minority rights in the Arab World.

The summit opened Wednesday in Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh resort.

Earlier this week, Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit said Egypt planned to demand that the summit denounce external meddling in its domestic affairs.

The call was triggered by an appeal made by Pope Benedict XVI along with a number of Western states urging the protection of Christians in the Arab world following deadly attacks on churches in Iraq and Egypt.

The statement said that Arab leaders reject attempts by foreign powers to intervene in Arab domestic affairs.

It added that such attempts demonstrate an ignorance of the history of the region, and reflect a lack of understanding of the nature of terrorist attacks, which have not neglected any area of the world.

The disappearing Christian minority in every Arab nation is testimony to how well the Arabs are handling this issue on their own.

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