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Discussion in 'General Topics' started by Aqib alQadri, Oct 13, 2015.
An excellent article "I'm NOT Charlie"
Looks like the Charlie Hebdo attack has sent the right message. Danish newspaper is now scared to print any more cartoons.
there was something on jifry's facebook feed today regarding the paris attack, as well as the demolition of the maqam of Imam Nawawi
see here https://www.facebook.com/alhabibali
there are some recent comments regarding both events
I meant any condemnation of desecration/demolition of Imam Nawawi's maqam from Jifry et al.
see posts #3 and #5 dear
It seems that one of the suspects left his identity card in the getaway car. How convenient!
One of the "clinching" evidence for 9/11 attackers was that their identity cards/passports were found neatly bundled together near one of the Brooklyn bridges. Wonder how it survived the WTC crash and landed nicely for someone to find it.
I suspect the latest siege will end up with no surviving suspects. At least for Boston bombing, one of the suspects was taken alive. Meanwhile all is quiet on Boston bombing trial front.
Hardly any coverage in press. Is Arab News still silent on this? AQ, have you managed to dig any condemnation from Jifry et al?
Let's understand the game here. France voted for a Palestinian State recently. Israel and it's allies were not too happy. This is the retaliation.
The recent demolition of Imam Nawawi's shrine is of much more importance.
Why does this surprise? It's the usual suspects anyway who have always done so.
What I haven't gathered from the mainstream press is if there was any jubilation or celebration among the common masses for this act. Did those who brought out protests against cartoon publications celebrate or not?
their usual hypocrisy and double standards are expected. But why are some "Muslims" bending over backwards to eulogize gustakhaan e Rasool, 3alaihis salam.
Apparently there are 2 Muslim "victims" in this mujahideen attack. While the police officer, Merabat, can be legitimately excused for being on the scene. I don't quite understand what was the Algerian Mustapha Ourrad, the proof-reader/copy-editor, doing at Charlie Hebdo. Serves him right.
The liberal West (including the left-leaning press) is foaming at its mouth in its double-faced indignation at this brazen assault on freedom of expression. They forget to realise that this attack was not on Le Monde but on Charlie Hebdo. Charlie exercised its freedom and decided to incite without any provocation; so it got paid its due. This very blue France gags any attempt to deny holocaust (no wonder Iran cocked a snook by organising an alternative cartoon contest). Holocaust denial is punishable by imprisonment in France under Gayssot act. Tch, tch, so much for freedom of speech!