Julia Gorin (thanks to Mackie) lays it on the line about Islamic chutzpah toward the ever-gullible dhimmis:
Europe’s biggest Islamic cultural event, IslamExpo, opened in London yesterday to reach out and “build bridges” to show that Islam is “not a danger or a threat.”
Though the event coincides with last year’s bombing of that city, organizers say the four-day festival was planned in 2002.
Now let me ask you: If you’re putting together a “good will” image campaign, wouldn’t you have the decency, taste, sensitivity or humility to adjust the timing a little? Should Americans expect an IslamExpo telling us that Islam is “not a danger or a threat” on the fifth anniversary of September 11th?
I guess this ongoing pattern was set in motion just two months after 9/11, when Muslims raised a ruckus that the U.S. Post Office forgot to include in its holiday-stamp poster the new Eid al-Fitr stamp (an Islamic winter holiday). The Russian language has a word that’s a stronger version of “gall” or “chutzpah.” The term is “naglost,” and it’s when you defecate on someone’s doorstep then ring the bell to ask for toilet paper.
ArabicNews.com reports: “Speakers from 22 countries around the world are attending the festival, representing Christian and Jewish faiths as well as an array of cultural, ethnic, professional and ideological trends. London Mayor Ken Livingstone, former Iraq hostage Norman Kember and the BBC’s security correspondent, Frank Gardner, who survived an attack in Saudi Arabia, are among those sharing the platform with many prominent Muslims.”
So all these chumps are converging on London this week to dutifully assuage Western suspicions and insist that there’s no need for whatever vigilance we may have left in us, proving that Islam isn’t a threat, but merely our future. The Muslims should keep killing us just for being stupid.
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