americanthinker. 22 April 2013
By Victor Sharpe
Mahatma Gandhi is quoted in his book, Gandhi: The Power of Pacifism, by Catherine Clement, as follows:
While Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, Parsees and Jews, along with several million adherents of an animistic religion, all coexisted in relative harmony, one religion that would not accept compromise stood out from the rest: Islam.
Gandhi was referring to the experience during his lifetime in the Indian sub-continent, but the growth of Wahhabism and the current resurgence in Islamic triumphalism since Gandhi's death in January 1948 now poses an increasingly existential threat to the West, to Judeo-Christian civilization, as well as to Hindus, Buddhists, and members other faiths.
FamilySecurityMatters 22 April 2013
By STEVE EMERSON
Editor's Note: Dzhokar Tsarnaev was taken into custody shortly before 9 PM Eastern on Friday night.
While police in and around Boston hunt for 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the suspected Boston Marathon bombers, information gathered from various social media outlets indicate that he and his brother, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev, harbored radical Islamic beliefs.
jihadwatch 22 April 2013
By Christine Williams
The newly minted Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau—the son of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau—demonstrated his own lack of leadership ability in protecting the vital tenets of democracy when he justified the Boston bombings through his comment:
"there is no question that this happened because of someone who feels completely excluded, someone who feels completely at war with innocence, at war with society.” He concluded with the advice not to "marginalize people even further who already feel like they are enemies of society rather than people who have hope for the future."