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  • backyardconservative 1:20 PM on 12/12/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Women at War 

    (I’m without adequate words this morning, so I’ll let this photo speak for itself. Because I am so tired and heartsick of these jihadis. But this is a hopeful post.)Hearts and minds. Tribune.

    Related posts here, here, here. …and here.

    And this: Condoleezza Rice Smacks Down Katie Couric’s Insulting, Ignorant Depiction of Iraq War

    The WikiLeaks Vindication of George W. Bush. For the record.

    not women in direct combat, though, which I tend to think is the right policy.

    –crossposted at BackyardConservative

  • backyardconservative 6:40 PM on 08/30/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Chicago-Amsterdam Flight Terror Arrest 

    Boxcutters and cellphone taped to Pepto-Bismol. A test run.

    Checked the luggage to Yemen but boarded the flight to Amsterdam.

    Why Chicago.

    …Lots of activity lately.

    More here.

    • Yukio Ngaby 7:14 PM on 08/30/2010 Permalink | Reply

      I guess the good thing is that these two were caught.

      Gotta wonder how many dry runs have passed through the airport security before this…

    • backyardconservative 8:04 PM on 08/30/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Lots to wonder about.

      I suppose they let them get on to see who they would meet up with, once they saw no explosives.

      Still, it creeps me out.

  • Quite Rightly 10:30 AM on 06/05/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Ground Zero Mosque Imam Sponsors Gaza Blockade Run 

    The New York Post is reporting that Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, the point man for the planned Ground Zero mega-mosque, “is a key figure” in the group that is the biggest donor to the Free Gaza Movement, which is “a key organizer of the six-ship flotilla that tried to break Israel’s blockade of the Hamas-run Gaza strip.” The group, called Perdana Global Peace Organization [it’s always about peace, isn’t it] is based in Malaysia. Their donation? $366,000 (“so far’). The imam’s participation was published on the group’s own Web site.

    Efforts to reach Imam Abdul Rauf yesterday for comment were unsuccessful.

    He’ll think of something to say. Maybe he’s on the phone with Mayor Bloomberg right now coordinating their press releases. Meanwhile, New Yorkers are preparing for a protest against the mega-mosque to be held tomorrow noon at the corner of Church and Liberty Streets at Ground Zero.

    Deborah Burlingame, the sister of the American Airlines pilot whose hijacked plane struck the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, said the indirect ties of the imam to the protesters who confronted Israeli forces Monday were not surprising.

    “I think it goes to show he is not the man he represents himself to be. We have two Imam Raufs,” she said.

    “We have the anti-Israel, anti-democratic imam, and we have the smiling, soft-spoken moderate Muslim who says ‘Why can’t we all get along?’

    The Free Gaza Movement is a charity that has made nine seaborne aid missions in the past two years to break the Israeli blockade.

    Cross-posted at Bread upon the Waters.

    • fuzislippers 8:58 PM on 06/05/2010 Permalink | Reply

      This mosque is an insult to America, and I can’t believe that anyone thinks it’s a good idea to allow it to be built. We know exactly what it represents to the Islamic terrorists, they haven’t done a thing to hide their true motives except to lie in public, but I can’t believe that anyone in government doesn’t understand, doesn’t know that it represents triumph and that they’ve “conquered” that land.

      As to the shady funding links to the terrorists who are trying to destroy Israel, color me unsurprised. They are the same people, same goals, same methods, same same same. What I want to know is how involved this WH was; it seems all his radical and commie pals were funding it.

      • Quite Rightly 8:11 PM on 06/06/2010 Permalink | Reply

        I don’t want to believe that anyone thinks its a good idea to allow this mosque to be built, but it’s Twilight Zone time again. I am forced to succumb to the apparent reality that surrounds me, which is that a good many of the people in my community think this mosque is just another opportunity to demonstrate that old, boring freedom of religion. I cannot fathom it;I cannot expIain it. I know from direct experience that these same people are pushed to the edge of their tolerance if an evangelist from one of the proselitizing Christian sects shows up at their door with a couple of free pamphlets and an invitation to say a prayer, but a mosque positioned so that worshipers can literally look down on Ground Zero while they pray–that presents no problem to them and raises no alarms, except that they might encounter some shameless “bigotry” by some lout who opposes the idea. All the Muslims tthey know–all of them–they are quite sure, are paragons of tolerance. I don’t get it. I know people whose apartments looked down on Ground Zero while it was still smoking, and I know others who refuse to believe that was a traumatic experience. I know many people who thought the U.S. had it coming. Truly. At today’s rally in NYC against the building of the Ground Zero mosque, maybe 5,000 – 10,000 people showed up. In New York City, population 8 million. That’s a pretty small number, something like 7 people per thousand. Here in Progressive Paradise, that percentage of the population will show up on an hour’s notice to demonstrate against Israel’s “war on Gaza.” There are plenty of people who think it’s a good idea for this mosque to be built, and a great many more who think it’s existence is irrelevant.

        • fuzislippers 11:36 AM on 06/07/2010 Permalink | Reply

          The problem is that they do not understand the intention of Islam, its reason for being in a way. As usual, the western world thinks it can pat the uncivilized heathens on their head, give them a lollipop (or mosque), and good will springs forth from their kind tolerance and benevolence. Everything is wrong with that theory, not the least of which is the fact that they see white Christians and patriots (as represented by the cross and the flag, which must be banned) as the threat, while they roll out the red carpet for the real threat to their very existence. Idiots, morons, half-wits. Suicidally so.

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