Taken from Muslim Internet forums by an unnamed source:
It Was A Matter Of Time Before This Happened!!!
Do They Expect To Take Blood For Naught?
Do They Expect To Take Lives And No Retalliation?
Do They Expect “Peace” & “Harmony” After Causing Destruction & Chaos?
Subhan’Allah – They Know Not Who Theyr Dealing With – As Muslims We Believe
Blood For Blood – Life For Life – Tooth For Tooth And Eye For Eye!!!
The funny thing about this is that it is the jihadists who — again and again — “Expect To Take Lives And No Retalliation.” The Palestinian Arabs blow people up on buses and in restaurants and expect no retaliation. But when the Israelis take out Yassin or Rantisi, they cry to the world about unprovoked attacks and their right to retaliate.
Even the fact that the London bombings were described by the Al-Qaeda Europe group as retaliation for Iraq and Afghanistan is an example of this. They have just about convinced the world, or at least the Galloway half, that they are fighting because of the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan. They are hoping we have all forgotten 9/11. And that attack, of course, was retaliation for deploying infidel troops on sacred Arabian soil. And before that, there was another pretext.
In my forthcoming book The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) I show that this tendency has deep historical roots. The Crusades themselves were greeted as unprovoked attacks by the Muslims in the Middle East, who blithely ignored the two centuries of harassment and persecution of Christians in Jerusalem and its environs that preceded and provoked the Crusades, as well as four and a half centuries of jihad conquests that obliterated Christian lands from Asia Minor to Spain.
And they are still ignoring this, aided and abetted by the Western victimization industry, which works quite well to foster this perspective.
By the way: I am unable to give more information about how I got these quotes without compromising my sources. Feel free to disregard them, but don’t kid yourself into thinking that these sentiments do not exist in the Islamic world and Muslim communities in the West. I post them most of all as a message to those who wrote them: you are being watched.