Watch now and see. Watch and see if, over the next few days, there are any protests in the Islamic world against this desecration of a mosque. Watch and see if anywhere, at any time, any group of Muslims musters anything approaching the level of indignation, to say nothing of murderous rage, with which they greet rumors of impending Qur’an-burnings, cartoons of Muhammad, etc.
It is almost certain that there will be no such public displays of outrage or even disapproval by Muslims against this mass-murder inside a mosque. Then ask yourself what kind of moral compass one would have to have in order to be outraged by cartoons but take this in stride. And note the smooth deceptions of Muslim spokesmen in the West, who, when asked why peaceful Muslims aren’t doing more against the jihadis they profess to oppose, generally respond that they are speaking out and acting against them, but that their actions aren’t covered by a sensationalist and “Islamophobic” media. This is utter buncombe, of course, especially given the mainstream media’s advanced state of dhimmitude and complicity, but I will take their claim at face value, and issue the following invitation: if anyone has news that is being ignored or underreported, of Muslims protesting against these jihad murders and the ideology and belief-system underlying them, send it here to me at director[at]jihadwatch.org, and I will publish it. And thanks in advance.
“At least 50 killed in blast in Darra Adam Khel,” from AFP, November 5 (thanks to all who sent this in):
PESHAWAR: A suicide bomb tore through a Pakistani mosque during weekly prayers on Friday, killing 50 people and bringing down the roof, trapping victims under pulverised rubble.
The attack in the volatile northwest was the deadliest in two months. Dozens of people were critically wounded and officials feared the toll could rise.
The carnage wrought havoc in Akhurwall village, part of the semi-tribal northwest area of Darra Adam Khel about 140 kilometres west of the Pakistani capital Islamabad.
A local official said 11 children were among the dead and television footage showed villagers digging graves within hours of the attack, determined to bury the dead in keeping with Muslim custom before nightfall.
Although there was no immediate claim of responsibility, a local elder blamed the Taliban and suggested that the bombers could have been targeting members of a pro-government militia set up to thwart the extremists.
“The number of dead is 50 now. There is a possibility it might rise further,” local administration official Gul Jamal Khan told AFP.
“The number of wounded is more than 100. The dead include 11 children. Some of the bodies are beyond recognition.”…
Khalid Umarzai, a regional administrator, said the bomber entered the mosque from the back during the main prayers.
“The roof of the mosque collapsed,” he told Geo television. “It was a suicide attack.”…