Jew-killing jihadist now a hero

Mar 28, 2012 Full story: www.jihadwatch.org 453
The self-avowed “Islamic warrior” Mohamed Merah, who opened fire on a Jewish school in France and slaughtered Jewish children and a rabbi in cold blood, was no “lone wolf,” as the mainstream media initially insisted. His brother has been charged with complicity in his murders, and his mother refused to urge him to surrender when police asked her to do so during the 31-hour standoff before he was killed. But even worse, his cold-blooded murders are winning him sympathy from Muslims and leftist useful idiots around the world ... Full Story
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“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#1 Mar 28, 2012
from jihadwatch:

"So it was no surprise when Agence France-Presse reported Friday:'Facebook on Thursday removed a page that paid homage to the young Frenchman who died in a shootout with police after killing seven people, officials said.''Frenchman'? He was a Muslim who would almost certainly have denied being French at all.'The page,' AFP stated,'which bore a picture of the self-proclaimed al-Qaida militant and was titled ‘Homage to Mohamed Merah,’ was ‘liked’ by more than 1,800 people before it was removed just hours after it appeared ...'

"More proof that Merah was no 'lone gunman,' but a representative of the hopes and desires of far more Muslims than the mainstream media are willing to admit, came when scores of young Muslims gathered in Toulouse to honor Merah’s memory ..."
ronan

UK

#2 Mar 28, 2012
Joe DeCaro wrote:
from jihadwatch:
scores of young Muslims gathered in Toulouse to honor Merah’s memory ..."
I read they were mostly young girls of school age and they were about 30/35 of them.

Most covered their faces not to be identified when members of the public started to take photos.

I don't think this is very representative...

“Alea iacta est!”

Since: Oct 06

Oh it's ON!

#3 Mar 28, 2012
ronan wrote:
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I read they were mostly young girls of school age and they were about 30/35 of them.
Most covered their faces not to be identified when members of the public started to take photos.
I don't think this is very representative...
It might have been only ONE Muslim who believed his religion obliged him to shoot a little girl in the head, yet he has numbers of sympathizers and supporters. The Jihad sites are all out praising him and talking about the soon to be takeover of France by Islam.

Wake up! People like you are part of the problem instead of being part of the solution to destroying Islamic radicalism.

ronan

UK

#4 Mar 28, 2012
Trisha wrote:
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It might have been only ONE Muslim who believed his religion obliged him to shoot a little girl in the head, yet he has numbers of sympathizers and supporters. The Jihad sites are all out praising him and talking about the soon to be takeover of France by Islam.
Wake up! People like you are part of the problem instead of being part of the solution to destroying Islamic radicalism.
Listen, if the guy had been of any other faith, nobody would even have raised the issue of his religion.

But because he happened to be a Muslim, people like you make much mileage about it, to generalise and make disparaging comments about Islam.

I am no more part of the problem than you are the solution.

Stop stereotyping people to pursue some political agenda.
There are 1.3 billions of Muslims in the world, and they don't all go putting bullets in little girls going to school. So stop demonising.
In fact, there are more Muslims in the world dying in the hands of Western-led conflicts, than the other way around.
When Israel has one soldier kidnapped, and retaliates by killing 1400 innocent Palestinians, the majority of the West applaudes!

I have no dog in that fight, not being Muslim or having any religion, but the bias has to stop!

This Toulouse killer was an isolated incident, which has nothing to do with millions of Algerians living in France.

But the West has much to fear if it manages to alienate the millions of moderate Muslims living there by constant slander and demonisation. We should try to get these people on our side, and not reject them.

“Alea iacta est!”

Since: Oct 06

Oh it's ON!

#5 Mar 28, 2012
ronan wrote:
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Listen, if the guy had been of any other faith, nobody would even have raised the issue of his religion.
But because he happened to be a Muslim, people like you make much mileage about it, to generalise and make disparaging comments about Islam.
I am no more part of the problem than you are the solution.
Stop stereotyping people to pursue some political agenda.
There are 1.3 billions of Muslims in the world, and they don't all go putting bullets in little girls going to school. So stop demonising.
In fact, there are more Muslims in the world dying in the hands of Western-led conflicts, than the other way around.
When Israel has one soldier kidnapped, and retaliates by killing 1400 innocent Palestinians, the majority of the West applaudes!
I have no dog in that fight, not being Muslim or having any religion, but the bias has to stop!
This Toulouse killer was an isolated incident, which has nothing to do with millions of Algerians living in France.
But the West has much to fear if it manages to alienate the millions of moderate Muslims living there by constant slander and demonisation. We should try to get these people on our side, and not reject them.
The numbers of Muslims who are violent, kill and try to take power in the name of Islam is not going away and you need to face it.

Islam creates radical terrorists and if the so called majority of peaceful Muslim rejected them and opposed them the 'western' world would not be dealing with thousands of Muslims killing in the name of allah.

Islam is a mess and the reality of Muslim terrorists is not going away.
ronan

UK

#6 Mar 28, 2012
Trisha wrote:
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The numbers of Muslims who are violent, kill and try to take power in the name of Islam is not going away and you need to face it.
Islam creates radical terrorists and if the so called majority of peaceful Muslim rejected them and opposed them the 'western' world would not be dealing with thousands of Muslims killing in the name of allah.
Islam is a mess and the reality of Muslim terrorists is not going away.
Let's look at it another way and see how many Western soldiers go to kill in Muslim countries.
I bet there are more of them than terrorists, and they have also killed more innocent people than terrorism has done.
In Irak alone, the figures are between 350,000 and 600,000 casualties, depending on who you talk to. In Afghanistan and now Pakistan, the figures increase every day.
But because we don't see it, it's easy to dismiss it, right?
Compared to that, 9/11 is almost nothing.

And you are wrong about moderate Muslims not condemning terrorism . In fact, several prominent Muslim clerics have publicly condemned terrorism, some even issuing fatwas against extremists. But the Western media, with its own agenda, do not pick on that and doesn't report it, prefering instead to highlight the actions of anti-Western Muslims, and terrorists.

The fact is that some extremists use the cover of Islam to excuse their wrongdoings, expecting the West to react and blame the whole Muslim world for it. All terrorists do the same, they use the modarates as a cover. The IRA wasn't different during their 30 years of terrorism in Ireland. Make the innocent pay to get sympathy and support.
And the West is falling just in that trap.

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#8 Mar 28, 2012
We support free speech, liberty and freedom of conscience. All of which is denied in Islam. That is why we boycott Muslims and we seek to end the Islamic occupation of France.

Copy paste and pass this on.
reader

Vincennes, France

#9 Mar 29, 2012
ronan wrote:
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Listen, if the guy had been of any other faith, nobody would even have raised the issue of his religion.
But because he happened to be a Muslim,...
People raise the issue of his religion because that's what Merah wanted, he killed in the name of his religion that he calls "Islam". BTW, it should be called "Radical Islam" and not "Islam", because it gives a bad name to this religion. Not all Muslims think like Merah.
ronan

UK

#10 Mar 29, 2012
reader wrote:
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People raise the issue of his religion because that's what Merah wanted, he killed in the name of his religion that he calls "Islam". BTW, it should be called "Radical Islam" and not "Islam", because it gives a bad name to this religion. Not all Muslims think like Merah.
The guy was a second generation Algerian immigrant, not well integrated, and probably feeling rejected.
This sort often uses some sort of 'mental escape' to deal with every day's reality, and often turns to extremism, using religion as an excuse.
Every religious text, and every religion can be exploited to endorse violence if taken out of context.
No, thanks God, not every Muslim is motivated by such hatred, but a few bad apples can contaminate the barrel.

“PROUD INFIDEL”

Since: Nov 08

The Crusades got it right!

#11 Mar 29, 2012
reader wrote:
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People raise the issue of his religion because that's what Merah wanted, he killed in the name of his religion that he calls "Islam". BTW, it should be called "Radical Islam" and not "Islam", because it gives a bad name to this religion. Not all Muslims think like Merah.
Ya right. The muslims who appear nice, are just using taqiyya to deceive non muslims.

islam is the religion of peace and muslims will kill you to prove it.
Handsome Devil

London, UK

#12 Mar 29, 2012
There is violence in every religion, HOWEVER the man they call the prophet mohammed himself killed people and taught his followers to do the same. He is used as an example to follow and it is him they evoke when they kill.

Since: Jan 12

Far Rockaway, NY

#13 Mar 29, 2012
reader wrote:
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People raise the issue of his religion because that's what Merah wanted, he killed in the name of his religion that he calls "Islam". BTW, it should be called "Radical Islam" and not "Islam", because it gives a bad name to this religion. Not all Muslims think like Merah.
The brutal murders of Ilan Halimi, Sebastien Sellam, Chantal Piekolek....and now Toulouse

Not all Muslims think like Merah, but too many do, even those born in France

FRANCE IS NOT ISRAEL/PALESTINE, if French Muslims want to be mujahideen they can move to the Middle East.

“Proud Southerner”

Since: May 07

Israel, betach b'HaShem!

#14 Mar 29, 2012
reader wrote:
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People raise the issue of his religion because that's what Merah wanted, he killed in the name of his religion that he calls "Islam". BTW, it should be called "Radical Islam" and not "Islam", because it gives a bad name to this religion. Not all Muslims think like Merah.
But they don't protest. means they silently agree.

Since: Jan 12

Far Rockaway, NY

#15 Mar 29, 2012
Lipush wrote:
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But they don't protest. means they silently agree.
They do agree Lipush, at least the majority. French Muslims have cultivated such a culture of Jew-hatred that anything is possible now.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#16 Mar 29, 2012
ronan wrote:
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the bias has to stop!
The terrorism has to stop first.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#17 Mar 29, 2012
ronan wrote:
<quoted text>
The guy was a second generation Algerian immigrant, not well integrated, and probably feeling rejected.
This sort often uses some sort of 'mental escape' to deal with every day's reality, and often turns to extremism, using religion as an excuse.
Every religious text, and every religion can be exploited to endorse violence if taken out of context.
No, thanks God, not every Muslim is motivated by such hatred, but a few bad apples can contaminate the barrel.
So, in other words, you believe HE was the victim....
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#18 Mar 29, 2012
YoavProudDhimmi wrote:
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They do agree Lipush, at least the majority. French Muslims have cultivated such a culture of Jew-hatred that anything is possible now.
I'm glad to see you have come to your senses.

“Alea iacta est!”

Since: Oct 06

Oh it's ON!

#19 Mar 29, 2012
ronan wrote:
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And you are wrong about moderate Muslims not condemning terrorism . In fact, several prominent Muslim clerics have publicly condemned terrorism, some even issuing fatwas against extremists. But the Western media, with its own agenda, do not pick on that and doesn't report it, prefering instead to highlight the actions of anti-Western Muslims, and terrorists.
The fact is that some extremists use the cover of Islam to excuse their wrongdoings, expecting the West to react and blame the whole Muslim world for it. All terrorists do the same, they use the modarates as a cover. The IRA wasn't different during their 30 years of terrorism in Ireland. Make the innocent pay to get sympathy and support.
And the West is falling just in that trap.
You're wrong. I did NOT say that there are no Muslims who condemn acts of terrorism. Read what I said again.

The US, Great Britian, Canada the so called 'western' nations are the main people BATTLING and FIGHTING the Islamic Terrorists. If the 'peaceful' Muslims would do something about the source of Islamic texts which inspire and justify their actions of terrorism and violence, it would go a long way to prevent Muslim radicalism.

Islam is the problem and needs a reformation.

ronan

UK

#20 Mar 29, 2012
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>So, in other words, you believe HE was the victim....
That's not what I say.

It's the moderate Muslims who are the victims, because they are tared with the same brush as the extremists.

Since: Jan 12

Brooklyn, NY

#21 Mar 29, 2012
ronan wrote:
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That's not what I say.
It's the moderate Muslims who are the victims, because they are tared with the same brush as the extremists.
well then it is time for moderate Muslims to speak out against Muslim violence against Jews on the European continent. Moderate Jews speak out against Israel's actions so let's see some reciprocity. Stop making excuses, justifications, whitewashing, or spawning conspiracy theories everytime a violent act occurs.

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