On 7 August 1998 hundreds of people were killed and more than 4,000 injured in simultaneous truck bomb explosions at the United States embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya. The Egyptian Islamic Jihad members responsible for the bombings knew that at most only a dozen Americans worked at the embassies and that many times more Muslims would be killed; despite that, they were still willing to kill many Muslims even if only a few Americans died. The reason? Muslims who died would be rewarded in Paradise, so it doesn't matter how many died, Allah would sort it out.
A Muslim viewing this YouTube video of Charlie the Kosher Cocker-Spaniel might think it's an insult to Jews. That perhaps some anti-Semite put a Yarmulke on a dog to show that Jews are just like filthy dogs. But he would be wrong. Anyone looking at this video can tell it was scripted by a Jew. Who else would have this great sense of humor?
Cartoons offend Muslims. So What?
Muslims protesting against Jyllands-Poster and the 'Satanic Cartoons' saga in London.
We have seen these posters before: "Behead those who insult Islam" and "Butcher those who mock Islam" and "Slay those who disrespect Islam". For the Muslim faithful, freedom of expression is an impediment to the spread of Islam and, in the case of the Danish Cartoons, an excuse by the kafirs to insult the Messenger of God, which insult is punishable by death:
In our primitive past, and I am only going back a mere few centuries, people did not tolerate other people's culture or beliefs. It was enough that you were different by only a scintilla of coloring or hairstyle or language or smell.
Iran's competition for cartoons mocking the Holocaust drew a pitiful 204 entries from around the world and although Iranian newspapers announced the results of the competition they barely gave it any decent coverage. Not a single one even bothered to publish the winning cartoon pictured here.
TEHRAN, Iran - Not content with pelting European embassies with Molotov cocktails to protest against cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, Iranians have decided to rename the "Danish pastries” relished by this nation of cake lovers.
This London Protester obviously is learning something interesting in her Muslim school.
Let me tell you why Borders should be closed down and all of its employees laid off and sent home.
Borders and Waldenbooks stores will not stock the April-May issue of Free Inquiry magazine because it contains cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad that provoked deadly protests among Muslims in several countries.