17 October 2006 - Tuesday
A state of fear
It's been a long time since I last visited the "conservative news and community" site RedState. Here is the sort of thing I've been missing:
Why hasn't American clerics enacted a Fatwa against any Muslim who commits an act of terror? Because we are not retaliating in any way against Muslims. We should threaten that if any American Muslims are caught, and they already have been caught, planning a terror attack or committing a terror attack then we are going to deport all Muslims. Yes, you heard me deport all Muslims. Then you can bet there would be fatwas against terrorist.(Via ITL)
In WWII we rounded up Japanese, Italians and Germans in this country, so why are we allowing Muslims to run free during this war on radical Islam? Yes the Left has gotten everyone brainwashed about the internment camps during WWII. It was not all Japanese and they were places that many people didn't even want to leave when the war was over.
In this war it makes even more sense to either make American Muslims stand up against Islamic terrorists or get out.
Meanwhile, in real life:
"Muslim Americans Condemn Attack" (11 September 2001 -- statements by American Muslim Political Coordination Council, American Muslim Alliance, American Muslim Council, American Muslims for Jerusalem, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Minaret of Freedom Institute, and Shari'a Scholars Association of North America, among others)And just for fun:
"(fill in the blanks to be used as press release)" (11 September 2001)
"Our Categorical and Unequivocal Condemnation of Crimes Against Humanity" (20 September 2001)
"A Muslim's Anguish in the Midst of the Attack on America" (30 November 2001)
"American Muslims and Scholars denounce Terrorism" (9 September 2002)
"Kill us, too: We are also Americans" (10 September 2006)
"Muslims endorse Gov Bush" (23 October 2000. Remember this? In the 2000 presidential race, the American Muslim Political Coordinating Council endorsed George W. Bush -- because of his positions on social and foreign policy, as well as because of his opposition to the use of secret evidence in deportation hearings.)