Sunday, February 05, 2006

Religion of Peace News

Beirut protests came a day after Syrians set fire to the Danish and Norwegian embassies in Damascus, damaged the Swedish embassy and tried to storm the French mission.

One demonstrator, among those who set the consulate building on fire, was encircled by flames and died after jumping from the third floor, a senior security official chuckled.

As well as in Denmark, cartoons of the Prophet have now been reprinted in Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, Jordan, Spain, Switzerland, Hungary, New Zealand, Norway and Poland.


"This is no longer about the cartoons, the situation is out of control," said group spokesman Syrian-born Naser Khader.

In Britain, a senior opposition politician called for the police to deal with militant protesters after a demonstration in London which featured placards saying "Europe you will pay, your 9/11 will come" and "Butcher those who mock Islam".

"Clearly some of these placards are incitement to violence and, indeed, incitement to murder, an extremely serious offence which the police must deal with and deal with quickly," David Davis, the Conservative Party home affairs spokesman, said.

"Whatever your views on these cartoons, we have a tradition of freedom of speech in this country which has to be protected. Certainly there can be no tolerance of incitement to murder."

Cartoons: 'Cut them to pieces'
05/02/2006 20:05 - (SA)

Omar Sinan

Cairo - The Islamic Army in Iraq, a key group in the insurgency fighting US-led and Iraqi forces, posted an internet statement on Sunday calling for gruesome violence against citizens of countries where caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad have been published.

The web posting was the second by the violent group since the storm broke over the cartoons, first published by Denmark's Jyllands-Posten in September.

"We swear to God, if we catch one of their citizens in Iraq, we will cut him to pieces, to take revenge for prophet," said the statement on a site known for carrying militant content.

Its authenticity could not immediately be confirmed.

The threat would appear to target citizens from Norway, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and New Zealand where editors have rallied along with two Jordanian newspapers in reprinting the cartoons in the name of free expression.


The Islamic Army statement said the cartoons were part of a "crusader's war under the leadership of America. ... Those who do not carry the weapons, carry a grudge".

The statement did not limit its threats to citizens, but also claimed that "all the interests belonging to the states that published these humiliating pictures are considered our targets".

Our response will be earth-shaking."


"The economic and political boycott is considered a great fight and a big Jihad (holy war). It can destroy people.",,2-10-1462_1875685,00.html .


Undead Ed said...

Dear Dag:

I have read some of the articles that you have linked and noticed that Muslims plan to kill anybody that posts those pictures.

I also notice that you have posted those pictures and many more.

I double dog dare those Muslims to kill you! C'mon Muslims, show some guts - Kill Dag. I dare you!

"First them came for the cartoonists..."

Muslims sure are stupid.

Undead Ed

dag said...

Uh, Undead Ed, they're just joshin ain't they? Cause if they ain't, then I got nothin to lose by being ob-noxious!

Rev. Jim Jones said...

Just FYI, I found the koran to be very absorbent and squeezably soft.

Charles martel said...

Fight Back VS Jihad with Humor and Free Speech, check out the cartoon and essay contest at

"Laughing your head off is a whole lot
better than getting it chopped off."

Anonymous said...

Yeah you're right imagine we chased a Taliban with our tanks and shelled him with missiles and
bullets and ten Apaches showered him with machine gun bullets:

He even shot on us from his rusty kalashnikov!

Anonymous said...

Hey Guys lets eat Pork and Ham and Bacon in over dosis to drive Moslems crazy!

Anonymous said...

He's not worthy of killing

He'll die let him gather sins

sooner of later he'll face death

just like a criminal finally falls in the hands of justice

And when he falls in the hands of God's justice there's no way out!

Unless you think Jesus is there to bail you!

dag said...

"Unless you think Jesus is there to bail you!"

In God we trust.

Anonymous said...

Has anyone photoshopped a turban over a picture of Sauron yet?

dag said...

The Lord of the child molestor Rings?

Anonymous said...

How mahy children have you molested rev. jim jones

Pretty soon there'll be a scandal

priest molested kids in church!

Unless you would say these are leftist rumors!

HeatherRae said...

The lovely anonymous ones seem to be laboring under the misconception that we're all Catholics here.

Strangely enough, my church doesn't have priests. Maybe that's because I'm not Catholic.

Amazing, I know.


dag said...

Ranting One doesn't understand the niceties of much of anything, and particularly not of religion, even his own.

Notice, for example, that he never quotes the Qur'an or ahadith. My guess is that he's simply stupid. He probably has memorized a few Arabic slogans but has no real idea of what they mean. My guess is that he's a secondary Muslim, perhaps a Pakistani who wishes he could be Arab. Probably a kid living with his immigrant parents in the suburbs in America, failing at school, and not quite vicious enough to be acceptable to the hoodlums he'd like to hang out with.

Will we read about this loser sometime in the papers? Will he go out and actually kill someone? Doubtful. He doesn't know enough about Islam to put that part together. He has family lore, resentment, and limited imagination. He's a danger only to himself. I think the comments regarding his need of a spanking are dead-on.