Thursday, March 25, 2004

Are you kidding me?
Via the Associated Press, courtesy of CAIR (Council on American Islamic Affairs), we get this little gem regarding Israel's killing of a Hamas bigwig:

"We condemn this violation of international law as an act of state terrorism by Ariel Sharon's out-of-control government. Israel's extra-judicial killing of an Islamic religious leader can only serve to perpetuate the cycle of violence throughout the region. The international community must now take concrete steps to help protect the Palestinian people against such wanton Israeli violence."

To CAIR, I reply: I condemn the violations of international law that enabled 19 hijackers to commandeer three aircraft engaged in legitimate commerce, and which were used in the "extra-judicial" killings of 3,000 of my fellow citizens. The actions of those 19 men will continue to "perpetuate the cycle of violence throughout the region" as Americans take the initiative in kocking off Islamic tin-pots and head cases throughout the Middle East and around the globe.
The International community must now take steps to protect ALL people from wanton Islamic violence.

Since I have little faith in the "international community's" ability to be honest about the threat from Islam, rather than Israel, I guess America will have to stay the course. Remember that little blurb in Deuteronomy about an "eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth"? If I recall, that little bit of wisdom was recycled from Hammurabbi's Code, the first recorded legal system, which incidentally, just happened to have been invented in Iraq. We've just given back to Iraq what it had originally donated to Western Civilization. And you say we have no appreciation for you guys?

You hated us when we played by our rules, don't get so bent out of shape when we start playing by yours. And win while we're at it.

Whoever is in charge at CAIR needs to implement a stringent mass-enema program for his entire staff.

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