“The man was also charged with making statements justifying the terrorist methods of fighting for Islam and the activities of illegal Islamist military groups in the Northern Caucasus and the Middle East.” Imagine if what all Western leaders tell us really were true: that all religions were equally likely to incite their adherents to violence. Imagine if armed Christians were killing people based on what everyone agreed was a twisted and hijacked version of Christianity that outraged the teachings of the real thing. If this were really true, or if Christians were killing people and justifying the killings by referring to Biblical texts and teachings, there would be international commissions to study and combat this phenomenon. But in the real world, what virtually all non-Muslim leaders assure us is a twisted and hijacked version of Islam continues to spread worldwide, and no one is doing a single effective thing to meet its ideological challenge realistically or combat it effectively.
“Kaliningrad resident sentenced to 4 years in jail for calls for ‘jihad,'” Interfax, August 12, 2015:
Kaliningrad prosecutors have backed the charges against a 25-year-old resident of Kaliningrad, who was found guilty by the court of terrorist and extremist crimes.
The man, whose last name is Lisovets and who has no job and a criminal record for crimes against citizens’ health, repeatedly posted information calling on Muslims to participate in “armed jihad” and use military methods of fighting people of different faiths on his Vkontakte account in the period between September 2013 and March 2014, the press service for the region’s prosecutors has reported on Aug. 12.
The man was also charged with making statements justifying the terrorist methods of fighting for Islam and the activities of illegal Islamist military groups in the Northern Caucasus and the Middle East.
Additionally, videos posted by Lisovets contained indications of fanning feud and hatred based on religious affiliation, the cultivation in Muslims of feud and hatred of people of different faiths and some groups of Muslims.
The man was found guilty of committing crimes enshrined by Part 1 of Article 205.2 (public calls for terrorist activities or public justification of terrorism) and Part 1 of Article 282 (actions aimed at fanning hatred or feud, and also belittling a person’s dignity based on gender, race, ethnicity, language, origin, religious affiliation, and also affiliation with a social group committed publicly) of the Russian Criminal Code and was sentenced to four years in a high-security penal colony.