A Religion of Peace

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Screen Shot 2015-09-03 at 10.36.34 PMIn Turkey, we are seeing a repugnance of the absolute brutality that is their version of Islam. Only the Russians have the national will to oppose them.  Our country is working with Turkey.

Turkey was only 60 percent Muslim in 1850.
It was 40 percent non-Muslim.
Now Turkey is 100 percent Muslim.
In Smyrna, 100,000 Christians were slaughtered in 1922.

One of the great canards of the current Administration is that white, right wing extremists kill more people in the US than do Islamic terrorists.  The problem with those numbers is that Muslims, today, make up about 1.3% of our population.  When someone who is Muslim goes nuts and kills, the Administration does everything but turn itself into a pretzel in order not to blame it on the religion.  When a white person does something horrific, they blame it on white supremacists, southerns, guns, Christians, and conservatives, even when none of the above categories work.

Unfortunately, today, unless you know your history, your uncensored history, I suspect you may be falling for the canard that Islam is a religion of peace.  Far from it.  I have found it to be rather deplorable to attempt to find information that I swear I know, about the brutal nature of Islam.  It’s not there.  The information, documented, is in the text books I still have, from my medieval history courses, but golly gee, some strange little PACMAN type censor has gobbled up records of the true nature of expansionist Islam.  If  you check the recent PEW poll about Islam and the world, you might want to notice that they basically view the west with abject contempt.  The real problem is most people today, don’t understand the religion.  It is a religion that, in itself is not violent, but the way it can be taught has led to some of the worst atrocities humanity has ever known.

NY TImes
NY TImes

The New York Times published a list of ISIS related attacks dating back 16 months. Too bad the US media doesn’t cover the horror.

“…Dec. 2, 2015
California A married couple shot and killed 14 people in San Bernardino, Calif. The FBI is investigating the shooting as an act of terrorism inspired by ISIS.

Nov. 26, 2015
Bangladesh ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack on a Shiite mosque during evening prayer in which gunmen opened fire on worshipers with machine guns, killing one man and injuring three others.

Nov. 24, 2015
Egypt ISIS militants attacked a hotel in the northern Sinai Peninsula, killing at least seven people.

Nov. 13, 2015
France President François Hollande blamed the Islamic State for terrorist attacks across Paris that killed more than 100 people. The Islamic State claimed responsibility.

Nov. 12, 2015
Lebanon ISIS claimed responsibility for a double suicide bombing that ripped through a busy shopping district at rush hour, killing at least 43 people. 

Nov. 4, 2015
Egypt ISIS’s Sinai affiliate claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed at least four police officers.

Nov. 4, 2015
Bangladesh ISIS claimed responsibility for a stabbing and shooting that left one police officer dead and another wounded. 

Oct. 31, 2015
Egypt An ISIS affiliate in Sinai claimed responsibility for the downing of a Russian passenger jet that killed all 224 people on board. 

Oct. 24, 2015
Bangladesh ISIS claimed responsibility for bombings that killed one person and wounded dozens more during a procession commemorating a Shiite Muslim holiday. 

Oct. 10, 2015
Turkey Two explosions killed more than 100 people who had gathered for a peace rally in Turkey’s capital. Turkish officials believe ISIS is responsible. 

Oct. 6, 2015
Yemen A series of bombings in Yemen’s two largest cities killed at least 25 people. 

Oct. 3, 2015
Bangladesh ISIS claimed responsibility for the shooting death of a Japanese man riding a rickshaw.

Sep. 28, 2015
Bangladesh ISIS claimed responsibility for the shooting death of an Italian aid worker.

Sep. 24, 2015
Yemen At least 25 people were killed when two bombs went off outside a mosque during prayers to commemorate Eid al-Adha, a major Muslim holiday.

Sep. 18, 2015
Libya Militants loyal to the Islamic State attacked a prison inside a Tripoli air base. 

Sep. 2, 2015
Yemen Yemen’s ISIS affiliate claimed responsibility for two bombings at a mosque that killed at least 20 people. 

Aug. 26, 2015
Egypt The Sinai Province of the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for three gunmen who shot and killed two police officers.

Aug. 20, 2015
Egypt An ISIS affiliate claimed responsibility for bombing a branch of the Egyptian security agency. 

Aug. 12, 2015
Egypt An ISIS affiliate said it had beheaded a Croatian expatriate worker because of Croatia’s “participation in the war against the Islamic State.”

Aug. 7, 2015
Saudi Arabia ISIS claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at a mosque that killed at least 15 people, including 12 members of a Saudi police force. 

Jul. 20, 2015
Turkey A Turkish citizen believed to have had ties to ISIS killed at least 32 people at a cultural center.

Jul. 16, 2015
Egypt In what appeared to be the first attack on a naval vessel claimed by Sinai Province, the ISIS affiliate said it destroyed an Egyptian naval vessel and posted photographs on social media of a missile exploding in a ball of fire as it slammed into the vessel. 

Jul. 11, 2015
Egypt ISIS claimed responsibility for an explosion outside the Italian Consulate’s compound in downtown Cairo that killed one person.

Jul. 1, 2015
Egypt Militants affiliated with the Islamic State killed dozens of soldiers in simultaneous attacks on Egyptian Army checkpoints and other security installations in Egypt’s northern Sinai Peninsula.

Jun. 26, 2015
Tunisia At least one gunman disguised as a vacationer attacked a Mediterranean resort, killing at least 38 people at a beachfront hotel — most of them British tourists — before he was shot to death by the security forces.

Jun. 26, 2015
Kuwait A suicide bomber detonated explosives at one of the largest Shiite mosques in Kuwait City during Friday Prayer.

Jun. 17, 2015
Yemen An ISIS branch claimed responsibility for a series of car bombings in Sana, the capital, that killed at least 30 people.

Jun. 9, 2015
Egypt ISIS’s Sinai province claimed responsibility for firing rockets toward an air base used by an international peacekeeping force.

Jun. 5, 2015
Turkey An explosion at a political rally in the predominantly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir killed two people and wounded more than 100. Turkish officials have said ISIS was behind the attack.

Jun. 3, 2015
Afghanistan ISIS is suspected of beheading 10 members of the Taliban.

May. 31, 2015
Libya A suicide bomber from an ISIS affiliate killed at least four Libyan fighters at a checkpoint. 

May. 29, 2015
Saudi Arabia One week after a similar attack in the same region, a suicide bomber dressed in women’s clothing detonated an explosive belt near the entrance to a Shiite mosque, killing three people.

May. 22, 2015
Yemen ISIS claimed responsibility for a bomb attack on a Shiite mosque that injured at least 13 worshipers.

May. 22, 2015
Saudi Arabia In what appeared to be ISIS’s first official claim of an attack in Saudi Arabia, a suicide bomber detonated an explosive at a Shiite mosque during midday prayer, killing at least 21 and injuring 120.

May. 3, 2015
Texas Two men who reportedly supported ISIS and were later acknowledged by ISIS as “soldiers of the caliphate” opened fire in a Dallas suburb outside a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest. 

Apr. 30, 2015
Yemen One of ISIS’s Yemen affiliates released a video showing the killing of 15 Yemeni soldiers.

Apr. 19, 2015
Libya ISIS released a video of militants from two of its Libya affiliates killing dozens of Ethiopian Christians, some by beheading and others by shooting.

Apr. 12, 2015
Libya ISIS’s Tripoli affiliate claimed credit for a bomb that exploded outside the Moroccan Embassy.

Apr. 12, 2015
Egypt ISIS militants killed at least 12 people in three separate attacks on Egyptian security forces.

Apr. 12, 2015
Libya ISIS’s Tripoli affiliate claimed responsibility for an attack on the South Korean Embassy that killed two local police officers. »

Apr. 8, 2015
Saudi Arabia Gunmen opened fire on a police patrol, killing two officers.

Apr. 5, 2015
Libya ISIS killed at least four people in an attack on a security checkpoint.

Apr. 4, 2015
Afghanistan The Afghan vice president accused ISIS of kidnapping 31 civilians in February.

Apr. 2, 2015
Egypt Sinai’s ISIS affiliate killed 13 people with simultaneous car bombs at military checkpoints.

Mar. 20, 2015
Yemen An ISIS affiliate claimed responsibility for coordinated suicide strikes on Zaydi Shiite mosques that killed more than 130 people during Friday Prayer. 

Mar. 18, 2015
Tunisia ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack on a museum that killed 22 people, almost all European tourists. 

Feb. 20, 2015
Libya ISIS’s Derna affiliate claimed responsibility for three car bombs that killed at least 40 people.

Feb. 15, 2015
Libya ISIS released a video that appeared to show its militants in Libya beheading a group of Egyptian Christians who had been kidnapped in January. 

Feb. 15, 2015
Denmark A Danish-born gunman who was inspired by ISIS went on a violent rampage in Copenhagen, killing two strangers and wounding five police officers. 

Feb. 3, 2015
Libya ISIS militants were suspected of killing 12 people, including four foreigners, in an attack on an oil field. 

Jan. 29, 2015
Egypt ISIS’s Sinai affiliate claimed responsibility for coordinated bombings that killed 24 soldiers, six police officers and 14 civilians.

Jan. 27, 2015
Libya ISIS’s Tripoli affiliate claimed credit for an armed assault on a luxury hotel that killed at least eight people. It was the deadliest attack on Western interests in Libya since the assault on the American diplomatic mission in Benghazi. 

Jan. 23, 2015
Lebanon ISIS attacked an outpost of the Lebanese Armed Forces.

Jan. 12, 2015
Libya ISIS’s Tripoli affiliate said they were holding 21 Egyptian Christians captive. 

Jan. 11, 2015
France A video surfaced of Amedy Coulibaly, one of three gunmen who attacked the newspaper Charlie Hebdo, declaring allegiance to ISIS.

Dec. 15, 2014
Australia A gunman who said he was acting on ISIS’s behalf seized 17 hostages in a Sydney cafe.

Nov. 22, 2014
Saudi Arabia A Danish executive was shot in his car. A group of ISIS supporters later claimed responsibility.

Oct. 23, 2014
New York A hatchet-wielding man charged at four police officers in Queens. ISIS said the attack was the “direct result” of its September call to action.

Oct. 22, 2014
Canada An Islamic convert shot and killed a soldier who was guarding the National War Memorial in Ottawa, stormed Canada’s parliament and fired multiple times before being shot and killed.

Oct. 20, 2014
Canada A 25-year-old man who had recently adopted radical Islam ran over two soldiers near Montreal, killing one.

Sep. 24, 2014
Algeria Militants kidnapped and beheaded a French tourist shortly after the Islamic State called on supporters around the world to harm Europeans in retaliation for airstrikes in Iraq and Syria.

Sep. 23, 2014
Australia An 18-year-old ISIS sympathizer was shot dead after stabbing two counterterrorism officers outside a Melbourne police station. …”

Democrats are doing everything possible to insure that people who are Muslims see the GOP as an extreme party of hate.  Unfortunately, there is a very real, politically incorrect reason why they have no problem painting Republicans as haters.

“...When it comes to political and social views, Muslims are far more likely to identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party (70%) than the Republican Party (11%) and to say they prefer a bigger government providing more services (68%) over a smaller government providing fewer services (21%). As of 2011, U.S. Muslims were somewhat split between those who said homosexuality should be accepted by society (39%) and those who said it should be discouraged (45%), although the group had grown considerably more accepting of homosexuality since a similar survey was conducted in 2007….”

It’s all about those adorable little numbers and registering voters.  I think that’s one of the reasons I can never be a Democrat, even though I do like some of their people things.  They are blatantly dishonest.  If you upset one of your little constituent groups, then they might not vote for you.  One of these days their dishonesty and pandering is going to get a heck of a lot of people killed.  My fear is those days are upon us.

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