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The Nazis and Adolf Hitler have long been idolized in much of Palestinian society. Hitler's "Mein Kampf" remains one of the 10 bestselling books in the Palestinian Authority-controlled territories today, and has a local distributor.
During World War II, the Palestinian leader in the Middle East, Haj Amin al-Husseini, was a close confidante of Hitler, and actively recruited fellow Muslims to the Nazi cause.
The commingled remains of 13 fallen service members — mostly Marines — killed in the last armed action of the Vietnam War were laid to rest May 15 at Arlington National Cemetery, Va. The men died in a raid known today as the Mayaguez Incident, which was mounted to save the crew of a civilian container ship highjacked in 1975 by communist Khmer Rouge forces near Cambodia.
On May 12 of that year, the USS Mayaguez was traveling in international waters bound for Thailand when Khmer swift boats fired on the ship with machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades, forcing it to stop. Before being boarded by 20 heavily armed soldiers, however, the crew was able to broadcast SOS and mayday calls picked up by a nearby ship.
Word of the hostage situation quickly reached Washington
For those that will want to correct me and say this is a "Palestinian" flag - let me correct you. This flag represents one thing -- the ongoing jihad against the Jews. The flag exists for one reason and one reason only as a banner of promised annihilation of the tiny Jewish state. This flag does not exist. Israel, the tiny Jewish state, is Palestine. This bogus flag has no history. The objective of this flag is a second holocaust. Shame on the Jew hating political whores (Democrats, of course) Bill Pascrell Jr., D-Paterson, and Assemblyman Thomas Giblin who showed up to give the imprimateur of legitmacy to these annihilationist voters.
PA chief Mahmoud Abbas and US favorite Fayyad have gone on record saying that no Jews will be allowed to live in Palestine and that all Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria and Jewish neighborhoods built in post-67 Jerusalem will have to be emptied out before they will accept their state. They are demanding a judenrein state.
Shame on Paterson, New Jersey - I don't care how big their subversive propulation is.What's next an OBL billboard?
Posted by 4Christ (#24) 1 day 7 hours ago (http://communities.washingtontimes.com)
Was it the wrong decision to have life come to a halt to hunt down this killer?
Dzhokhar was dangerous and a threat to anyone and everyone. But so are criminal gang members throughout the country. If Dzhokhar had biological or chemical weapons, there would be a better argument for a citywide shutdown.
Instead, looking for one man, the entire city was ordered shut down, which is exactly what the two terrorist brothers wanted. They created an atmosphere of fear. They made large numbers of people feel unsafe in their homes and on the streets.
When terrorists attacked the U.S. on September 11, 2001, their goal was mass-murder. They also wanted Americans to be afraid of going to the movies and afraid of going to events where many people would be congregating.
After 9/11, Americans were told to continue doing normal, American things. If Americans stopped doing normal things like going to the movies, then terrorists would have won.
Shutting down Boston was akin to bowing to terrorist demands. The reason Americans don’t strike deals with terrorists is because it invites terrorists to commit more acts of violence like kidnappings and other attacks.
Terrorists throughout the world could not care less that the two brothers were ultimately stopped. They care more that their attacks caused a major city to come to a fear induced inertia.
Posted by 4Christ (#24) 13 hours ago (http://minutemennews.com)
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This murdering Muslim is paid over a quarter of a million dollars, while the hero cops who took him down were fired years ago.
America, you have lost your way.
Accused Fort Hood Shooter Paid $278,000 While Awaiting Trial NBC
Injured soldier outraged suspected shooter receives salary while his family financially struggles in recovery
The Washington Post apparently doesn’t care how ridiculous it looks as it embarks on the process of destroying Ken Cuccinelli and other Republican candidates for top statewide offices in Virginia.
After Cuccinelli won the gubernatorial nomination, the Post stories looked like press releases from the Democratic Party. The front-page online Washington Post headline proclaimed, “Virginia GOP leans far to the right, nominating staunch conservatives.” The summary of the story by Laura Vozzella said, “After election losses, state Republicans are largely resisting advice to move to the middle.”
“Democrats made it clear that they view the GOP ticket as too extreme,” the Post reported, in a follow-up story. This is the way the Post views the GOP ticket. And this is the way the Post wants readers to view it, too.
Posted by 4Christ (#24) 9 hours ago (http://dailycaller.com)
Experts on Islam and terrorism are decrying the Department of Homeland Security’s recently revealed anti-terrorism training guidelines, which pressure cops to ignore Islamic beliefs when investigating terror crimes.
The Boston bombings demonstrated the impact of such training, Andrew McCarthy, a former New York prosecutor, told The Daily Caller.
“The Boston Marathon was bombed by a jihadist who had been investigated by the FBI … [and was confirmed in 2011 to be] an Islamist, which would have been hard not to do since he does not appear to have made any secret of it,” said McCarthy, who persuaded a New York jury in 1995 to convict “Blind Sheikh” Omar Abdel-Rahman for his use of Islamic teaching to spur jihad attacks, including the 1993 attack against the Twin Towers.
But before the bombing, “the FBI closed its file [on Tamerlan Tsarnaev] because it found this did not constitute ‘derogatory information,’” McCarthy said.
McCarthy and other security experts, and even members of the American Islamic community, indicate that a culture of excessive concern for the sensibilities of Muslims supremacists is preventing law enforcement agencies from pursuing jihadists.
God is God, and God is good. As Paul affirms for the church, God’s sovereignty is the ground of our hope, the assurance of God's justice as the last word, and God's loving rule in the very events of our lives:
"And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, who are the called according to His purpose" (Romans 8:28).
We dare not speak on God's behalf to explain why He allowed these particular acts of evil to happen at this time to these persons and in this manner. Yet, at the same time, we dare not be silent when we should testify to the God of righteousness and love and justice who rules over all in omnipotence. Humility requires that we affirm all that the Bible teaches, and go no further. There is much we do not understand. As Charles Spurgeon explained, when we cannot trace God's hand, we must simply trust His heart.
And so, we weep with those who weep, and we reach out with acts of care and compassion. We pray for those who are grieving and have experienced such loss. We cry for the children lost in this storm, even as we are so thankful for brave people who did their best to save lives as the winds raged. And, we pray: Even so, Lord come quickly.
Posted by psygremlin (#23) 1 day 8 hours ago (http://www.theregister.co.uk)
Google has waded into the Middle East's most intractable conflict by recognising Palestine as an independent state.
On 1 May, the advertising giant wiped the term Palestinian Territories from its localised search page, replacing it with Palestine.
It follows a UN decision in October to name Palestine a non-member, observer state. This allows Palestinians to join UN debates and, in theory, join global bodies such as the International Criminal Court.
Anyone who accesses www.google.ps is shown the Google search page with the word Palestine beneath it, whereas before the phrase Palestinian Territories was used.
It may be a minor change, but Mountain View's move has been criticised by some politicians in Israel, where it was slammed in some quarters for getting involved in a complex and apparently unsolvable conflict, although it was welcomed by some left-wing Israelis.
In a statement, Google spokesman Nathan Tyler said: "We're changing the name 'Palestinian Territories' to 'Palestine' across our products. We consult a number of sources and authorities when naming countries. In this case, we are following the lead of the UN, ICANN, ISO [International Organisation for Standardisation] and other international organisations."
Google's "controversial" decision angered the Israeli foreign ministry: "This change raises questions about the reasons behind this surprising involvement of what is basically a private Internet company in international politics," foreign ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor.
Dr Sabri Saidam, advisor to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, was delighted. He said: "This is a step in the right direction, a timely step and one that encourages others to join in and give the right definition and name for Palestine instead of Palestinian territories.
"Most of the traffic that happens now happens in the virtual world and this means putting Palestine on the virtual map as well as on the geographic maps."