Louis Palme

In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing which resulted in five deaths and 264 people injured, the conclusion of many in the government and the media was that the perpetrators, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, had self-radicalized themselves by information on the Internet.  Americans were told this was a much more onerous root cause than if the terrorists had belonged to some sort of Al Qaeda cell or if they had been sponsored by a foreign government. If terrorists were working in cells or had foreign contacts, their interactions with others could often be tracked by cell phone or internet activity. A typical article can be seen at: Boston bombing suspect cites U.S. wars as motivation, officials say.

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Jesus had remarked, “A prophet is respected everywhere except in his home town and by his own family.” (Matthew 13:57) How Muhammad must be rolling in his own grave these days! The imam of the Grand Mosque in Mecca has launched an expansion program, which includes the demolition of the Ottoman and Abbasid sections of the Mosque as well as Muhammad’s birthplace, all dating back to the 7th Century. In Medina, the masjid an-Nabawi (the Prophet’s mosque) could be destroyed, if expansion plans there are carried out. Anywhere else in the world, even a sarcastic remark about Muhammad could land someone in jail, but he gets no respect in his home town. A full report with photographs of the destruction can be found in article.

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It’s damn hard to die by carrying out Jihad for establishing Islam in the U.S. Yet, the Muslim brothers pledge to die for Islam. So, how’s that working out for them?

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Since the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington, D.C., The Religion of Peace website has maintained a daily log of Islamic terror attacks, and many Internet blogs post the daily scorecard. It is also important to reflect on the trends over time with annual summaries, which this author has been doing for several years. While Islamic terrorism continues unabated in Afghanistan and Iraq, the new focus seems to be North Africa.  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently acknowledged before Congressional hearings: “We now face a spreading jihadist threat. We have to recognize this is a global movement.

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There is so much discussion in the media about Islamophobia that few people think about the much greater phobia that exists today, namely the Muslims’ fear of the Judeo-Christian people and ideology. While Islam borrowed much of its structure and folklore from the Judeo-Christian traditions, it is designed around a strict prohibition against affiliating with or emulating anything that could be considered Judeo-Christian. The only exception is when Muslims use Jews and Christians for their own strategic advantage.

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