Jan 19 2011
Apparently, left wing loon, Melody Moezzi, has never visited a website called The Religion of Peace or else she would know that Islam is the biggest threat to the world. The chart at the bottom here lists the number, kind, and places of Islamic terror attacks just during the last two months.
(Photos are of Islamic terrorism)
Huffington Post –When you hear the word “terrorist,” who comes to mind? (MUSLIM) Basque separatists in white hoods? Anarchists wearing bandanas with five-pointed stars? Or perhaps some right- or left-wing pariah building bombs in basements?
My guess is that none of these characters wins top billing in the minds of most people when they think of terrorists. Why? Mainly because we don’t generally hear about these kinds of terrorists in the news, and when we do, they aren’t typically called “terrorists.” They’re called murderers, thugs or lunatics. These days, when we read or hear the term “terrorist” in the news, it’s almost always accompanied by some reference to “Islamic extremism” or worse yet, to Islam itself.
According to the 2010 EU Terrorism Situation and Trend Report: “294 failed, foiled, or successfully executed attacks” occurred in 2009 in six European countries — down almost 50 percent from 2007. The breakdown of attacks with respect to responsibility was thus: 237 by separatist groups; 40 by left-wing and anarchist groups; four by rightists; ten with no clear affiliation; two by single-issue groups, and one by so-called Islamists. (See the real stats below)
And yet, the report points out: “Islamist terrorism is still perceived as the biggest threat to most Member States, despite the fact that only one Islamist terrorist attack — a bomb attack in Italy — took place in the EU.” (And how many Islamic terror attacks were foiled or averted before they took place? Did she forget about the transatlantic plot that was going to take down several airliners on their way from Europe to the US? And the Fort Hood Muslim mass murderer? The Times Square Bomber?)
So, why is this? Why is it that according to a poll of 1,600 French and German citizens recently published in Le Monde, 40 percent of them consider Islam a threat? (Because they aren’t bleeding heart Muslim apologists like you are) Why is it that the Swiss felt compelled to outlaw minarets? Why is it that so many Americans are up in arms about the building of an Islamic community center in downtown Manhattan? (Because we know the goal of every Muslim is to have an Islamic caliphate around the world, as commanded by the Quran)
As a member of this collective, I have a few things to say to those who feel threatened by me and my kind: (YOU AND YOUR KIND? Ah hah, now I understand. She isn’t ignorant of Islam, Melody Moezzi is a Muzzie herself and thus feels compelled to use taqiyya when speaking to lowly infidels)
First, it’s not your fault. Members of the media, including myself, need to start choosing our words more carefully. If individuals within any given community employ violence against a particular group or nation in an effort to evoke widespread fear and panic, then those individuals are terrorists. Period. Their religion is irrelevant. Even if they claim to be murdering an abortionist in service to Christianity or an Israeli in service to Islam or a Palestinian in service to Judaism, they are not legitimate representatives of any of the faiths they claim to be following and they, in fact, do them all a disservice.
Secondly, your fear is irrational. Look at the statistics above; go meet your Muslim neighbors, and get over it. (No, Sweetie, go look at the statistics below and stop lying to the public)
Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, your fears are counterproductive. Islamophobia is far more threatening than any Muslim could ever be, for it breeds ignorance and bigotry. (But it isn’t Islamphobia when they really ARE trying to kill us) It also only further alienates Muslims, and if you’ve ever been alienated or outcast, you know how vulnerable it makes you to radicalization. (Good, please feel alienated enough to get out of our countries) It’s why people join gangs; it’s why people form crappy garage bands, and it’s why people become terrorists. Nothing is more threatening than hating and fearing another person for no good reason. (Wrong again, snookums, we have at least 16,677 reasons to hate you and your kind)