The embassy of Saudi Arabia in the German capital has been decorated with an ISIS flag and labeled the “Daesh Bank” in a projection stunt performed by human rights activists in an effort to draw attention to the kingdom’s purported links to terrorist organizations.
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“Do not let what has happened in Europe and Britain happen to America,” stated Paul Weston, leader of the small British Liberty GB Party. Weston along with the Danish writer Lars Hedegaard warned in apocalyptic terms against an influx of Islamic immigration to the United States such as that occurring in Europe.
Former House Intelligence Committee chairman and other expert panelists delivered a critical analysis of various dangers faced by Western societies responding to the humanitarian crisis caused by sectarian violence in a disintegrating Iraq and Syria. There is a grave threat facing Western nations hidden in immigration from failed nations in the Middle East.
Given a self-promoting agenda, the Saudis’ wide-ranging and relentless efforts to unite approximately 1.4 billion Sunni Muslims, ostensibly to fight terrorism, should raise a basic question among Muslims and non-Muslims alike: is the Saudi ruling dynasty’s real objective the defeat of particular Muslim terror movements like ISIS or the creation of a broader Caliphate Empire?
In Syria, whether Sunni jihadists fighting Assad or Shiite supporters of Assad from Hezbollah and Iran, they “will fight each other to the death, but they have one thing in common, and that is that they all hate us.” The gang leading the West including Obama and Merkel just don’t understand that sometimes the enemy of your enemy is also our enemy.
All the hallmarks of Islamic terror attacks in Paris, France, on Friday weren’t enough to convince President Obama it would be prudent to use the word “Islam.” Obama used Friday’s address to condemn the attempt “to terrorize innocent civilians,” but refused to specifically identify the Islamic element of extremist groups.
Liberals, and sadly conservatives as well, have fallen into the “radical” Muslim trap by proclaiming that those who kill in the name of Islam are not true Muslims. But not New York City liberal congressmen Charlie Rangel who said that “Muslims have real serious kind of problems interpreting their sacred documents …. for two-thousand years.
I was on I-395 approaching the 14th Street bridge at the moment Islamic terrorists flew hijacked American Airlines 77 into the Pentagon. At the time I was literally on the phone with an assistant to President Bush talking about the jihad attack in New York City. I had been headed to a press conference in support of the Sudan Peace Act that the White House opposed. The Sudan Peace Act would have punished the Islamic Sudanese government economically for murdering for the continued persecution and mass murder of Christians in the South Sudan.
Despite its status as the epicenter of extremism, religious intolerance, corruption, an exporter of lethal dogma, violator of its citizens’ basic human rights and supporter of extremists and terrorists worldwide, the Saudi regime receives praise and respect from Western leaders including President Obama
American-led military campaigns for democratic regime change in Iraq and Libya have failed miserably. Tunisia is Arab democracy’s lone fragile success and illustrates that liberty under law is not amenable to export, but demands indigenous roots. Will the West support the Tunisian experiment?