Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Ramadan Bombathon at Religion Of Peace

I don't see many clicks from this little blog to the Religion Of Peace, which is down the left sidebar.  If you are not familiar with that website, the month of Ramadan is a good time to start reading.  The keepers of this site track terrorist attacks around the world and update news links regularly, and during Ramadan there is a scorecard so you can see the progress being made by devout Muslims.  On Day 9 we are up more than 70 attacks, and more than 600 killed.

I remember when George W. Bush spoke to the nation after the 9/11 attacks, and I believed him when he told us that Islam is a religion of peace, and that the attackers did not represent what the religion is about.  I believed it for a long time.

I meet a great variety of people who are landowners in my work.  One of my favorites is a man with military and government agency experience.  He has been all over the world, doing work that I can't begin to imagine, but I know that he is extremely knowledgeable about people, cultures, government, and more.  So, I asked him when we were out in his timber one time, "In what percentage of the mosques in this country are they preaching jihad?"  He looked stunned that I would ask such a question.  "100%!  That's what Imams do, That is what their book tells them to do."  If you don't believe that, just stop and consider what would happen to an imam who  preached to his flock to embrace Western culture, to love all of us infidels.  He would have more fatwas on his head than he could count.  If he was lucky he would be beheaded or thrown off a building rather than being impaled or burned alive.

Click that link for the R.O.P. about once a week and read the latest news.  There is a wealth of information there, and it would be a good thing if more Americans understand the threat that devout Islamists pose to our country.  Remember, when you hear one of them say "Death To America," it is not an idle threat.  They mean death to you, me, your family, friends, and our way of life.

1 comment:

Merle Morrison said...

There are none so blind as those who will not see.