Who Burned the Koran That Resulted in These Muslims Firing RPGs into Church?

In 2007, no less. Who did it?

Father Manuel Musallem, head of Gaza’s Latin church,told the AP that Muslims have ransacked, burned and looted a school and convent that are part of the Gaza Strip’s small Romany Catholic community. He told the AP that crosses were broken, damage was done to a statue of Jesus, and at the Rosary Sister School and nearby convent, prayer books were burned.


Father Musalam additionally told The Jerusalem Post that the Muslim gunmen used rocket-propeled grenades (RPGs) to blow through the doors of the church and school, before burning Bibles and destroying every cross they could get their hands on.

Who burned the Koran that resulted in the murder of ten Christian missionaries last month?

Or the murder of CIA agents earlier this year?

Or the USS Cole?

Or the countless airplane hijackings, discotheque bombings, etc., etc., etc.

No, instead, the focus is on some Yosemite Sam-looking pastor from Florida. No, he wasn’t being what the Scripture tells us is a good ambassador of faith, which is probably why only 50 people comprise his congregation. However, this is America, and in America you can burn whatever you want because free speech wasn’t designed to protect only the speech and expressions with which we are comfortable. It’s easy to claim tolerance and acceptance of the things with which you agree; the true test comes when you’re faced with speech (no defamation, not libel, but SPEECH) that you don’t like. Denying such is wholly inconsistent. And it’s no place for any member of government to butt in and instruct private citizens on how they can conduct their private activities. If you want to not put a target on our soldiers’ backs (which countless veterans who’ve called into my show tell me is already there) maybe stop the Wikileaks crap, stop broadcasting to terrorists when we’re leaving Afghanistan, stop getting in front of the cameras and drumming up attention to what one dude in Florida wants to do. And these people run our government? Facepalm.

Obama says that “As Americans, we will not or ever be at war with Islam.”

How many thousands of people must be murdered by Islam before he stops saying such?

Where did this nation’s balls go?

Atheists “De-baptize” Using Hair Dryers

Er … doesn’t their action to counter baptism just betray their belief of no God by infusing validity and power into baptism? Was it a coincidence that I was watching an “Idiocracy” rebroadcast when I came upon this story?

American atheists lined up to be “de-baptized” in a ritual using a hair dryer, according to a report Friday on U.S. late-night news program “Nightline.”

Leading atheist Edwin Kagin blasted his fellow non-believers with the hair dryer to symbolically dry up the holy water sprinkled on their heads in days past. The styling tool was emblazoned with a label reading “Reason and Truth.”

Kagin believes parents are wrong to baptize their children before they are able to make their own choices, even slamming some religious eduction as “child abuse.” He said the blast of hot air was a way for adults to undo what their parents had done.

The need to “undo” an act they supposedly don’t believe in only shows a lack of stock in their own convictions. An actual atheist, by definition, would care less as their lack of belief in a deity also means a lack of belief in any action related to that deity.

Louis Farrakhan has a Pat Robertson Moment

Except Robertson’s idiotic comments are pepper talk about being of service to each other, not about hating teh Joos, et al.

From Jammie Wearing Fool:

Calling this weekend’s earthquake in Chile a precursor to his message, Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan today said America can not avoid the disaster and destruction that is in store.

Delivering an address titled. “The Time and What Must Be Done,” Farrkhan addressed thousands at Chicago’s United Center to mark the movement’s Saviours’ Day, commemorating the birth of W. Fard Muhammad-the founder of the faith 80 years ago.

“It’s not an accident that a great earthquake took place in Chile,” he said an hour into this speech. “It was a precipitate of what I have to tell you today of what’s coming to America. You will not escape.”


Much of Farrakhan’s speech, so far, has detailed a 1985 vision he said he had in Mexico.

Farrakhan has often recounted the experience where he says he was invited up to an unidentified flying object and warned about future events, including the 1986 attacks on Libya by the U.S.

Furor Erupts in Illinois Capitol Building Over Religious Display

The sign read:

“At the time of the Christmas, let reason prevail. There is a Saviour, there is a God, there is a Heaven and hell. The earth is God’s footstool. Disbelief is demonstrative of a narrow mind and such belief hardens hearts and enslaves minds.”

If a religious display that said such was placed near a secular display in a state capitol building, what would be the reaction? Groups would have protested and demanded the removal, saying that it was the promotion of one group over another, much like they successfully did  in Fresno:

Some Sonoma County residents are criticizing a decision to remove all stars and angels from Christmas trees in county buildings over concerns that they promote Christianity.

Some are questioning whether the decorations are even religious, while others say the county is making a big deal out of nothing.

County Administrator Chris Thomas ordered the decorations removed Monday. He based his decision on a Supreme Court ruling that says governments can celebrate Christmas, but not if it endorses Christian doctrine.

In truth, the sign in the Illinois state capitol read:

“At the time of the winter solstice, let reason prevail. There are no gods, no devils, no angels, no heaven or hell. There is only our natural world. Religion is just myth and superstition that hardens hearts and enslaves minds.”

The majority of the intent and language of this display is to smear faith-based celebrations rather than celebrate atheism. Because of this, it should be ensnared by liberals’ own laws regarding “hate speech,” but the left likes to create double-standards for itself so as to avoid having to actually follow the rules it creates.

This isn’t a celebratory display of atheism; it’s a sign that was purposefully and maliciously placed right by the Christmas tree in the capitol building as a way to be juvenile and totally ironic – I say ironic, because no true atheist would give rat’s backside about religious celebrations because if they were whole and consistent with their belief in no God, then the idea of someone else using their own individual liberty to believe in God and celebrate that belief would not bother the atheist.

This isn’t a demonstration of spiritual thought; it’s a catty, jack-booted attempt to make an offensive statement. Remove “there are no gods, et al.” and supplant “homosexuality, Islam” or anything else and see how quickly the standards of offense change.

I’ve no problem with anyone constructing a solstice or any other display, but the display in the capitol building is not such; it’s nothing more than an anti-religious political statement made in anger and meant to incite anger – the irony of ironies – while pointing the finger at religion for being oppressive and vengeful. Who has the mean-spirited display again?


Via Quincy News

Forget Doctor Barbie, Introducing Burka Barbie

Irony: representation of oppression auctioned off for a charity called Save the Children.


Photo courtesy Caters

Toy-maker Mattel is backing the auction of the Burka Barbie to raise funds for a children’s charity, saying that the doll shows girls that they “can be whatever they want to be.” If a girl wants to wear a blanket over her head by way of an oppressive, patriarchal hierarchy whose fundamental belief contradicts such a marketing slogan, then so be it.