Boston Bomber Mother: "I Don’t Care If My Youngest Son is Going to be Killed Today… I Will Say Allah Akbar!"
FRONTPAGEMAG.COM 25 April 2013
By Robert Spencer
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev woke up and told investigators that he and his brother Tamerlan were waging a lone jihad when they set off two bombs packed with nails and ball bearings at the Boston Marathon
He said his brother came up with the whole plot out of a desire to "defend Islam.” And as if on cue, the mainstream media began an all-out effort to obscure and downplay the significance of the now indisputable fact that this was a jihad terror attack – an effort as energetic and inventive as their previous attempt to convince the American people that the bombings had to be, just had to be, the work of "right-wing extremists.”
FRONTPAGEMAG.COM 24 April 2013
By Bosch Fawstin
I wrote this a few years ago, and I think it’s worth posting again, particularly after the latest jihadist attack in Boston. I noticed, after the attack this week, that a number of people are using more proper terminology to identify this enemy, which is very important in taking on the enemy.
I recall watching panel discussions after 9/11, with each panelist using a different term to describe the enemy we face. That annoyed the hell out of me as I think it’s incredibly important to identify the proper terms when speaking about our enemy, and to NEVER create terms, for whatever reason.
To me, the only difference between "Islamism” and Islam is three letters. Below I try my best to make the case why we should always call Islam "Islam.”
Western intellectuals and commentators refer to the enemy’s ideology as:
"Islamic Fundamentalism,” "Islamic Extremism,” "Totalitarian Islam,” "Islamofascism,” "Political Islam,” "Militant Islam,” "Bin Ladenism,” "Islamonazism,” "Radical Islam,” "Islamism,” etc….
AndrewBostom.org 24 April 2013
- Killed Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, an ethnic Chechen Muslim, has been identified by the FBI as a "strong believer” in Islam, and an adept of jihadism
Tamerlan was unabashed in his Muslim piety and avowal of jihad—the latter bringing him to the attention of both Russian intelligence and the FBI. Indeed, Tamerlan Tsarnaev was identified last summer, during a 6-month sojourn in Russia, as having frequented a well-known jihad-fomenting mosque in Machachkala, Dagestan, meeting directly with a jihadist underground movement leader there at least six times.
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A. 24 April 2013
By David Suissa
Criticism is the oxygen of journalism. Here at the Jewish Journal, we will criticize anything that we believe deserves criticism, including religion
We will criticize preachers who use Christianity to express hatred and bigotry toward gays as much as we will criticize religious Jews who use the Torah to humiliate women rabbis wearing prayer shawls at the Western Wall.
WND.com 23 April 2013
"God is our Goal. The Prophet is our leader. The Quran is our constitution. Jihad is our way. Death in the service of God is the loftiest of our wishes. God is great, God is great.”
This is the motto of the Muslim Brotherhood, which was founded in Egypt as a vehicle to establish a worldwide Islamic empire governed by Shariah law. In "The Grand Deception”, a 70-minute film by the Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT), Steve Emerson traces the roots of Islamism inside the United States. This film examines the extent of Islamist influence within the country and highlights the danger it for all Americans.