Monthly Archives: January 2015

France didn’t live up to Napoleon’s bargain

As I wrote yesterday, the presence of terrorist Mahmoud Abbas at the anti-terror march in Paris was obscene. But it’s interesting to note the reason why he was there. Here’s the story: After the French government began to send invitations … Continue reading

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‘Palestinians’ and Turks go to France — to honor terrorists?

News item: Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will attend a mass national rally in Paris on Sunday to pay tribute to the 17 victims of Islamist attacks there this week, including four people killed at a Jewish supermarket, a diplomatic … Continue reading

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Doing the math about Muslim violence

After all, if one in six people in the world is a Muslim, it would mean that five out of six are not. Right? So if there were no inordinate affinity of Islam for violence/terrorism, Muslim acts of terrorism should … Continue reading

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What it will take to preserve civilization

  Yesterday’s post may have exhibited some frustration on my part. As well it might! Since at least 2001 the Western world has been in a life-and-death struggle with the movement that brought us yesterday’s bloodbath in Paris, as well … Continue reading

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The Charlie Hebdo massacre

News item: Twelve people were killed when at least three gunmen stormed the offices of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris Wednesday and opened fire on employees with Kalashnikov rifles and RPGs. … Video images on the … Continue reading

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