Mumbai: Islamisk terrors nye modus operandi

Fra Middle East Times, hat tip TH

Mumbai, India’s financial capital is now only barely waking up from its worst nightmare. Last week in simultaneous attacks, Islamist terrorists killed at least 195 people and injured another 300 during a 60-hour killing spree. The tactics used by the terrorists were different from the classical jihadist playbook. Does it mean that Mumbai-style attacks are the new jihadist modus operandi?

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They’re Winning – ?

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“Of the total 1,628 victims of anti-religious hate crimes, 69.2% were Jewish and 8.7% were Muslim. Yet by my still unfinished account, there were at least 40 times more stories last year about Islamophobia than about anti-Semitism.”
by Steve Emerson

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Terrorism expert Steve Emerson says there’s no hope of victory in the war on terrorism until we call it what it really is. The real truth is that there is war against the West and the Jews by Islamic jihadists.
the Daily Beast – 02.12.2008

This past Saturday, the New York Times ran an op-ed piece entitled “What They Hate about Mumbai,” focusing specifically on the free market sins of that great city. With contrived evenhandedness, the op-ed managed to blame both Hindus and Muslim extremists—without blaming either party in particular for the murderous attacks.
Without realizing it, the Grey Lady had hit upon a great travel series. In the best spirit of jihad for dummies, why not a year’s worth of op-eds focusing on “Why They Hate____” filled in, mad-libs style, with the U.S., Britain, Italy, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Egypt, Kenya, and the other 74 countries where radical Islam has reared its violent head? With only the moral blindness that the New York Times could capture, each op-ed would portray the attacks in a contrived even-handed way, without blaming, or even naming, the perpetrators of the attacks—Muslim jihadists.
Watching and reading the last 5 days of reports of the Mumbai attacks was an Alice in Wonderland experience. Even after an Islamic terrorist group took credit, TV anchors and reporters assiduously avoided the term Islamic terrorist. They must have consulted with the Thesaurus for the Politically Correct to determine that the word “gunmen” would not offend any jihadist.

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Tak, Cherif!

Bare der var flere af din slags, Cherif. Det er vi ikke forvænte med!

Læserberv i JP:

Alle muslimer må lægge skarp afstand til den afskyvækkende massakre i Mumbai.

Som alle andre civiliserede mennesker er jeg dybt rystet over den forfærdelige tragedie, der netop har udspillet sig i Indien. En gruppe mildest talt vanvittige mennesker optændt af et for mig uforståeligt had har i Mumbai myrdet ca. 200 mennesker meningsløst og uden skrupler.

Ingen kan give de efterladte deres kære tilbage, og intet kan kompensere for det tab, som Indien har lidt; vi må alle lære at leve med det. Men én god ting vil der kunne komme ud af den massakre i Mumbai, og det er, at vi, der bekender os til islam og ser Gud som en fredelig og barmhjertig skaber, for alvor siger fra over for det forsøg på at vanære alle muslimer og give islam et forfærdeligt og ufortjent rygte.

Hvordan i alverden kan disse forstyrrede terrorister, som blev hjernevasket af deres morderiske lærere, der overtalte dem til, at deres aktion kan udføres i islams navn, tro på, at de ved at massakrere uskyldige mennesker, vil opnå noget som helst for deres slægt, som de påstår er undertrykt i Indien? Terroristerne og deres lærere kan ikke kalde sig selv muslimer.

Tåbelige barbarer er den rigtige betegnelse, og de og deres lige må holde op med at skjule sig bag islam. De har forrådt islam, hvis de nogen sinde har været muslimer, og de kommer direkte i helvede, som de har fortjent.

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