Posts Tagged ‘Good News’
We at Un:dhimmi would like to take this opportunity to wish all our Jewish readers a happy, peaceful and prosperous New Year, as the Rosh Hashanah celebrations get underway.
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We stand square with you in your struggle against the racism and unjustified hatred that you suffer like no other people.
Osama bin Laden, leader of al-Qaeda, mastermind of the September 11th terrorist attacks and the world’s most wanted man for almost a decade is dead, President Barack Obama has announced.
Al-Qaeda founder and leader Osama Bin Laden has been killed by US forces, President Barack Obama has said.
The al-Qaeda leader was killed in a ground operation based on US intelligence, the first lead for which emerged last August.
Mr Obama said after “a firefight” US forces took possession of his body. Read the rest of this entry »
…and you can stop looking at your watch, or rummaging for your iPhone to check the date – it doesn’t appear to be an April Fool:
A warm welcome to a new and very brave kid on the block – British Muslims for Israel. As I have often said, where someone stands on Israel is for me the litmus test of whether they are a decent and rational human being or pose a threat not merely to Jewish interests but to civilised values. Unfortunately, even among those many Muslims who are opposed to the jihad and support western democracy, animosity towards Israel often runs horrifyingly deep. Any Muslim who speaks up in defence of Israel runs significant personal risks. So those behind British Muslims for Israel, which has emerged from the Institute for Middle Eastern Democracy, merit a huge amount of praise and support. They also offer a ray of hope for the future. They show that there are Muslims who pass that key civilisational litmus test with flying colours.
It is not before time that a voice of reason from the Muslim community was heard – particularly in Britain – which is fast gaining a reputation as an anti-Semite’s paradise.
The cacophany of uninformed and biased, agenda-driven noise (for that it what it is), emanating from the British media and the Islamo-Left coalition – who are dedicated to dehumanising Israelis and falsely presenting the ‘Palestinians’ as perpetual victims – goes virtually unchallenged in here the Britain and the West.
Israel, either through exasperation or sheer inabilty to get a fair hearing, sometimes appears to have given up fighting her own corner. We hope that this story helps stimulate a renewal of the will to defend with pride the Middle East’s only Western-standards, rights-based democracy.
The articulate and steadfast (in the face the relentless campaign to delegitimise her) Melanie Phillips, has the rest at The Spectator.
It should be more – but far too many of us are still being brainwashed by the left-leaning media and political correctness from government and in the workplace (h/t Islam in Europe):
The Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation in Germany has published a study on intolerance and prejudice in Europe. The study “Intolerance, Prejudice and Discrimination” is available in German and English.
After statistical testing, three statements were used to produce the anti-Muslim attitudes mean scale (Table 7, items 18 to 20). These cover the general impression that there are too many Muslims in the country, the charge that Muslims make too many demands, and broad-brush criticism of Islam as a religion of intolerance. Read the rest of this entry »
Police video of Jihadist Tanveer Hussain
Unusually, the British Judiciary grows a pair instead of prostrating itself and our sovereignty before the EUSSR softies; as Muslim terrorists revert to type in infidel jail:
The segregation of two high-profile Islamic terrorist prisoners accused of intimidating and bullying other prisoners over matters of faith has been upheld as lawful by the High Court.
Ricin plot conspirator Kamel Bourgass and “liquid bomber” Tanvir Hussain both claimed their human rights were violated when they were put in segregation units for extended periods.
But Mr Justice Irwin, sitting in London on Friday, rejected their claims that they had been treated unlawfully and unfairly. Read the rest of this entry »