This story is unusual in that it attributes the violence to the “fiery sermons” that the rioters heard. No mention is made (of course) of the fact that the sermons were Islamic and preached in mosques, but that is clear enough from the context. And so for one of the first times ever, Associated Press admits that preaching violence and hate leads people to commits acts of violence and hatred.
Of course, the Left and Islamic supremacists are quick to blame people who have never preached violence and hatred for a madman’s act of violence, but their agenda is clear: they’re just trying to destroy all those who stand in the way of the jihad and the Islamic supremacist societal agenda. Thus they will never acknowledge their inconsistency in scapegoating people who have never advocated violence for violence they had nothing to do with, while absolving again and again people who do advocate violence for the mayhem that results.
Will there be any discussion in the mainstream media or among policymakers, or among law enforcement officials, for that matter, of the ongoing problem of how Islamic clerics incite Muslims to violence, and what can be done about it? Of course not!
Note also: the Islamic supremacist thugs targeted liquor stores, as is clear from the photo above. They did so because Islam forbids alcohol. Do liquor manufacturers, liquor store owners, bar owners, etc., in the West think that they will be spared as Sharia continues to advance? On what basis do they think so? Because the Muslims here have never done such a thing? Because the Muslims here are different, and don’t believe the things that led these Muslims to riot? These are false assumptions, based on nothing but wishful thinking. As the Muslim presence continues to grow in the U.S. and elsewhere in the West, we will start seeing things like this happening with increasing frequency.
I tried to tell you.
“Sermons spark riots in Iraqi Kurdish city,” from AP, December 3 (thanks to Kenneth):
BAGHDAD (AP) “” Rioters attacked liquor stores, a massage parlor and hotels after being stirred up by fiery sermons in a predominantly Kurdish city in north Iraq, police officials said Saturday. Pro-government crowds then attacked Islamist party offices in retaliation, they said.
Thirty people including 20 policemen were reported injured in the rampage, which followed Friday midday prayers in the town of Zakho, some 300 miles northwest of Baghdad. Zakho lies within the territory controlled by Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government.
Some 30 liquor stores, four hotels, and a massage parlor in and around the city near the Turkish border were ransacked, set on fire or otherwise damaged, they said….