WND.com 16 September 2011
By Diana West
Having passed the 10th anniversary of 9/11, I can now say with certainty that something major was missing from all of the ceremonies, the symbolism and the media coverage. It was something that not only captures the meaning of the attacks themselves, but better defines our response to them than any other single thing. It is the face of the age itself, and it is not Osama bin Laden's.
Gates of Vienna 16 September 2011
Kirsten Heisig was a German juvenile court judge who believed in decisive action and significant sentences for youthful offenders (including "youths”), in order to interrupt their criminal careers at an early age. She disappeared a year ago, and when her body was eventually found, her death was ruled a "suicide”.
Not long after that, Thilo Sarrazin caused controversy by criticizing immigration, especially Muslim immigration, in his best-selling book Germany Abolishes Itself.
Germany: Frankfurt airport jihad shooter "debated with acquaintances over whether violent attacks were justified in Islam"
Washington –The passages are startling. One refers to the Prophet Mohammed as a "Cult leader for a small inner circle." Another says Mohammed "ordered the assassinations and executions of his critics." One after another, the phrases depict Islam, its writings and leaders, as violent and bent on conquest.