When Muslims kill they are simply being Mohammad re-enactors, but the media will hide it.
The attack in France was all over the news yesterday. I read the story from a Washington DC CBS affiliate: “Gunmen Kill At Least 12 In ‘Terrorist Attack’ At French Satirical Newspaper.”
Three masked gunmen stormed the Paris offices of a satirical newspaper Wednesday, killing 12 people, including its editor, before escaping in a car. It was France’s deadliest postwar terrorist attack.
CBS News’ Elaine Cobbe reports that, according to witnesses, two armed and masked men walked into the headquarters of the Charlie Hebdo magazine and opened fire in the entrance hallway, killing people as they saw them. The gunmen reportedly sought out members of the newspaper’s staff by name during the rampage through the 2nd floor office, which lasted between five and 10 minutes, according to witnesses.
Security forces were hunting for the gunmen who spoke flawless, unaccented French in the military-style noon-time attack on the weekly newspaper, located near Paris’ Bastille monument. The publication’s caricatures of the Prophet Muhammed have frequently drawn condemnation from Muslims.
This is very sad event in France that essentially guarantees every media source in the world will refuse to say anything remotely true and negative about Islam or Muhammad.
Journalists may bluster about their “courage” when they print a pathetic hit-piece on the Bible (see: Newsweek) or an attack on Christians sincerely trying to live out their beliefs (see: virtually every other major media source) but this will simply show them, once again, for the true cowards they are.
Fact: These beasts in France are merely doing what their “prophet” did in life—spilling immeasurable amounts of blood. Yes, a majority of today’s “Muslims” live in relative peace, but it is only through denial of the full picture of who Muhammad was, and what he taught. Real Islam is the problem that must be confronted.
I’d love to see Newsweek use authentic scholarship to assess the Quran for a cover story, but 1). Their piece on the Bible leaves significant questions as to whether they could even undertake such a legitimate analysis, and 2). They’re far too cowardly and despicable to even consider it.
There are certainly many front-line reporters who demonstrate courage, and who pursue truth knowing that pursuit may exact the ultimate cost. It is the editors back home in New York in their cushy corner offices who are cowards—the same lowlifes who will publish attack after attack after attack on the legitimate right to self-defense, but whose phones have been burning up the lines this morning, looking to hire more armed security for themselves and their offices.
Final note: You won’t find Christians attacking the headquarters of Newsweek anytime soon for their lies and slander about the Bible, but it’s guaranteed if they did a story on the Quran you’d see something like this French event occur.
We will be told that all religions have extremists. Yeah, like those “Christian terrorists” who kneel in prayer on sidewalks outside abortion clinics. Of course, in a very real sense that is one story they get correct: The Christian in prayer is more dangerous to killers and God-haters in the world than an arsenal of rifles and bombs.