Wednesday, December 02, 2015

No Allahu Akbar, but it was a Christmas Party…

Mass shooting in California, at least 20 victims, suspect Farooq Saeed sought.

Suspects appeared to be Middle Eastern.  Dark skin, Middle Eastern tactics, AK-47s, body armor, well-planned, as if on a “mission.” 

No motive?

The media shyed away from suggesting any motive that involved Islam.  lslamic-intimidated US media said they did not want to release the name (Farooq Saeed) that has been published by French media as heard on police radio scanners two hours into the event because they “don’t want to speculate”, yet they had no trouble speculating about every other detail that avoids any hint of Islamic terror.  For example, they speculated that the shooting occurred only one mile from an abortion clinic (implying a right-wing anti-abortionist),  that there was a distraught person who stormed out of the Christmas party site of the shooting (implying domestic violence), and there might have been upset employees of the facility (implying “workplace violence”). 

The exasperatingly politically correct media refused to  suggest there might be Middle Eastern devout Muslims carrying out the dictates of their belief system.

I’ll suggest a motive for the mass shooting of innocents by three Middle Eastern people, two men and one woman, wearing tactical clothing, body armor, using Middle Eastern terrorist tactics, wearing masks, and carrying AK-47’s, with one man named Farooq Saeed, a devout Muslim.

Here’s a great example of Islamic taqiyya in action, from FOX News:

Farhan Khan, who is married to Farook's sister, told reporters he last spoke to his brother-in-law about a week ago. He said he was in shock, condemned the violence, and had "absolutely no idea why he would do this."

Sure, you betcha – absolutely no idea.

You want a motive?  Here’s a motive:

The motive is in the form of Islamic doctrine.  Here are a few excerpts among dozens from the literature of “the religion of peace.”  These examples amply demonstrate that references to Islamic jihad overwhelmingly refer to promoting terror and instilling fear in the unbeliever and not merely spiritual “jihad” as apologists for Islam like to portray.

Quran (8:12) - "I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them"  No reasonable person would interpret this to mean a spiritual struggle.

Quran (9:123) - "O you who believe! fight those of the unbelievers who are near to you and let them find in you hardness."

Muslim (1:33) - the Messenger of Allah said: I have been commanded to fight against people till they testify that there is no god but Allah, that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah

Tabari 9:69 "Killing Unbelievers is a small matter to us"  The words of Muhammad, prophet of Islam.

Many more verses from Islamic texts promoting fear and terror in the infidel are listed HERE in an article entitled “Making Preparations for War to strike Fear in the Hearts of the Enemies of Allah.”

HERE is one of dozens or more likely hundreds of Muslim websites that promote this same Islamic terror and fear promoting Islamic doctrine.

And our media can’t speculate about the most obvious “motive”:  Islamic doctrine that requires Muslim believes to fight and cast terror into the hearts of the unbelievers.

Dozens of schools and other facilities were on lockdown within a several mile radius of the shooting.  An entire neighborhood was on lockdown.  Thousands were in fear and distraught over the safety of their loved ones or themselves.  Yes, indeed, believers in Islamic doctrine are pretty good at instilling fear in the hearts of the unbeliever.

ISIS celebrated on Twitter.

Let’s face it:  Christmas parties are offensive to Muslims.  As are cartoons, dogs, bacon, Boston marathons, tall buildings in New York, army bases, Parisian nightclubs, Russian airliners, and western liberty.

Americans will respond in one of two ways to this and future terror attacks by Muslims: 

Some will succumb to the purpose of the terror and invoke the Stockholm syndrome by blaming our military, our police, our culture and our military for offending Muslims.  They will demand more gun control, more social programs for Muslims, and legislation that prohibits any suggestion that Islam is anything other than a “religion of peace.”

Others will finally admit that there really is something to the idea that Islamic doctrine promotes devout believers in Islam to do exactly what their Islamic doctrine requires of them.  And then maybe, just maybe, we will take whatever action is needed to deal with that terrorist belief system and those who indulge themselves in it.

How will you respond?

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