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Happy Everybody Draw Mohammed Day! [UPDATED]

And I mean everybody:

Posted your caricature of Prophet Mohammad yet?? No?? Then do it now!! today’s the day to show solidarity with our fellow martyrs who died at the hands of Islamic fanatics for following the barbaric practice of FREE SPEECH. We salute the bravery of the following — Charlie Hebdo victims and Theo Van Gough whose throats were slit because we kept quite and let a gang of criminal and murderous Islamic fanatics kill them. Amen. This happened because they did not follow the blasphemous laws of Islam which are non-existent in Europe. By drawing pictures of Mohammed en mass, today we show our solidarity with these victims and we shout out loud towards Islamic fanatics who openly profess killing of cartoonists and those muslims who implicitly agree with the fanatics, that WE WILL NOT BEND TO YOUR THUGGERY. We will not give up on our fundamental right to Free Speech, no matter what!!

Even if it means giving up on our fundamental right to breathe and not have our throats slit.

I draw so poorly that even my snowmen are stick figures. If I drew a picture of Mohammed, no Muslim would be offended because it would look like a game of Hangman (something they love). But here’s something of how it would look:

Minus the smile.

But as offensive as that image may be, here’s one infinitely more offensive:

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The victims of Muslim slaughter in the offices of Charlie Hebdo. Dead for drawing cartoons. That’s no end of effed-up.

UPDATE:
More on the festivities from Random Nerds.

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Look Ma, No Hands (or Feet, or Legs, or Pulse)

I want a girl just like the girl who married dear old Osama:

In a message purportedly from Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, the mother of condemned terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is threatening Allah’s “eternal and terrifying fire” will consume the United States.

“They think that they are killing us and they celebrate this, but we are the ones who will rejoice when Allah grants us the chance to behold them in the flames of an eternal and terrifying fire, an otherworldly flame,” Zubeidat Tsarnaeva reportedly wrote Sunday to Zarina Kasenova, a supporter, ?according to the news website ?Vocativ.com.

The dingbat has been watching too many Al Gore movies. Trust me, Zubie, after last winter, “an eternal and terrifying fire” doesn’t sound so bad. Tell Allah to step on it.

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Speaking Of Death Penalties…

Egypt has condemned former President, Mohammad Morsi, to death, according to NPR news.

I heard this on the radio, but an internet search fails to find it. Is it possible that NPR is wrong? Or that the rest of the media just isn’t interested? Let’s check the Israeli media. Here it is.

I don’t recommend clicking on it, however, because an ad with sound begins.

An Egyptian court on Saturday sought the death penalty for former president Mohamed Morsi and more than 100 other members of the Muslim Brotherhood in connection with a mass jail break in 2011.

Mursi and his fellow defendants, including the Brotherhood’s top leader Mohamed Badie, were convicted for killing and kidnapping policemen, attacking police facilities and breaking out of jail during the 2011 uprising against Hosni Mubarak.

The court, expected to make a final ruling on June 2, also sought capital punishment for Brotherhood leader Khairat el-Shater and 15 others for conspiring with foreign militant groups against Egypt.

The cases, like all capital sentences, will be referred to Egypt’s top religious authority, the Grand Mufti, for an opinion before any executions can take place.

Morsi can appeal the verdict, although he has said the court is not legitimate, describing all legal proceedings against him as part of what he calls a coup staged by former army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in 2013.

Let’s compare Egypt to Israel. Morsi was apparently convicted for releasing terrorists (Muslim Brotherhood, same thing as Hamas) from prison. Who else used to do that? Why Yasser Arafat, of course! He famously had a revolving door, putting people behind bars for the media, and then releasing them within hours or days. Arafat, you may recall, received the Nobel Peace Prize. Did Israel execute Arafat? Nope. Nor did they execute any of the people who planned the suicide attacks, delivered the bombs, strapped them onto the “martyrs”. And today his successor was referred to as an “angel of peace” by the current Pope. Don’t even get me started on church history regarding Jews.

Interesting that in two days we have two examples of death sentences passed down on terrorists. Arguably citizens of either the most “progressive” city in America (or the second most “progressive”, next to San Francisco), decided to kill the tossel-haired youth who admitted to killed four people in Boston/Cambridge. That’s a low yield compared to Nobel Prize Winner, Yasser Arafat. Or Morsi, for that matter. What a cynical world this is.

– Aggie

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What Do We Want? A Hartal! Where Do We Want It? Sylhet!

Perusing Google News, I saw a headline I could not interpret:

Hartal called in Sylhet for Wednesday, protesting blogger killing

What’s a hartal? Where’s Sylhet?

Since you ask:

Blogger Ananta Bijoy Das was hacked to death in Sylhet on Tuesday morning.

In protest, a student group called a half-day hartal in Sylhet city for Wednesday.

Unidentified assailants attacked Ananta near his residence in Subid Bazar area of Sylhet at around 9:30am. He died on the spot, said Rahmatullah, additional deputy commissioner of Sylhet Metropolitan Police.

He is the third blogger who was murdered this year after blogger Avijit Roy and Washiqur Rahman.

British high commissioner Robert Gibson condemned the killing of yet another blogger, Ananta.

“[I am] shocked by [the incident] and condemn the brutal murder of Ananta Bijoy Das,” he tweeted on Tuesday afternoon. The diplomat also emphasised that there must be space for free speech in Bangladesh.

Quoting witnesses, Ananta’s friend and Sylhet district Bangladesh Chhatra Union president Shahiduzzaman Paplu said the killers attacked Ananta with sharp weapons which cut through his scull to the brain.

Progatishil Chhatra Jote, a combine of left-leaning student bodies, called a half-day hartal protesting the killing, said Shahiduzzaman.

You see what Aggie and I do for you people? You don’t think there aren’t angry Leftists is Cambridge who would love to bury their Wüsthof chef’s knives in our skulls (or sculls)?

And who would call for a hartal (whatever that is) on our behalf?

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But-Boy Award™

Just as puny little Norway punches above its weight (as Obama used to love to say) with its Nobels, Bloodthirstan has learned that the way to achieving any kind of significance in the world is to dole out meaningless awards to shallow nincompoops who earn them with inane and illogical utterances. Hence the Ya Think? Award™, the Chutzpie™…

And now the But Boy Award™, for those who condemn terrorism, antisemitism, censorship, etc. ad nauseam, but

JUAN WILLIAMS: I love free speech, but what I see is Pam Geller’s behavior is causing people to lose their focus on free speech as the essential right of American life — instead they are focusing on her antics. Because she engaged in gratuitous offensive behavior that led to the deaths of two people. The shooting of a security guard for no reason. This woman was not about writing a book like Salman Rushdie, Charlie Hebdo engaging in satire. She did this as a provocative act intended to offend people.

Oh dear. That’s going to be tough to beat, inane, illogical shallow nincompoops. But I know you can do it. Get busy.

PS: It seems lost on Juan Williams, as so much else is, that those he seems to defend as “engaging in satire”, also died, or were targeted for death. Their Muslim killers didn’t seem to appreciate the distinction between satire and provocation as much as he does.

PS: That Geller “led to the deaths of two people” is laughable enough, but “the shooting of a security guard for no reason”? Ask the two dead people, if you could, and they’d give you an earful of reasons.

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Which One Is Nuttier?

What do you think? Me? I think that Geller is largely correct, but she does make me squirm.

– Aggie

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Dallas Update

Aggie teased us last night with the breaking story about the terrorist shooting at a “Draw the Prophet” contest outside of Dallas. As dawn breaks on Marblehead, let’s find out what everyone want to know.

Who won?

Two men who opened fire outside a contest for cartoons depicting the Muslim prophet Muhammad were killed by police Sunday at a Garland ISD events center.

The controversial event at the Curtis Culwell Center was wrapping up shortly before 7 p.m. when the two gunmen pulled up in a car and shot an unarmed Garland ISD security officer.

Seconds later, Garland police returned fire and killed the two gunmen before anyone else was hurt.

The security officer, Bruce Joiner, was treated at a hospital for an ankle wound and released.

The bodies of the gunmen remained on the street outside the Culwell Center hours after they were shot, and their identities had not been released late Sunday.

A bomb squad was investigating whether explosives might be in their car.

“It’s a very slow, tedious operation that’s going on,” Garland police spokesman Joe Harn said. “They may be even having to X-ray different things.”

Take your time, fellas. Haste makes waste.

Congratulations to the winner:

But I have to wonder how this tribute to the prophet didn’t win:

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Terror Attack Outside Of Dallas

Developing… One officer shot, two gunmen killed. They didn’t like the Muhammad art show, apparently. When will Islam develop a sense of humor?????

– Aggie

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Not Her Father’s Girl

First, just the facts:

JTA — At 27, David Rachline is the youngest senator in the history of France’s Fifth Republic and a rising force within the country’s third largest party.

A university dropout and the son of a Jewish Socialist Party activist, Rachline crushed his opponents in the 2014 mayoral elections in the city of Frejus. Six months later he was elected to the French Senate.

Rachline is part of a new generation of far-right politicians. His Jewish roots and wunderkind aura have helped make him the poster child for efforts to rehabilitate the National Front, a far-right party long shunned due to the open xenophobia of its founder, Jean-Marie Le Pen.

Under Le Pen’s daughter, Marine Le Pen, the party has softened its image, in part by distancing itself from the elder Le Pen, a political provocateur who has been convicted multiple times for inciting racial hatred and once famously claimed that the gas chambers were but a “detail” of World War II.

There’s no denying that Jean-Marie Le Pen is a nasty piece of work. But Marine seems a different sort.

According to a poll last year among 1,095 self-identified Jews, the National Front earned 13.5 percent of the Jewish vote in 2012 presidential elections, more than doubling its share from the previous presidential contest five years earlier.

Le Pen has insisted repeatedly that the real enemy of French Jews is not the National Front but Islamic fundamentalism, against which she has claimed the party is “your best shield.” She has also chastised National Front figures who made anti-Semitic statements. Last year, Jean-Marie Le Pen’s blog was temporarily taken offline on Le Pen’s orders because he said in a post that a Jewish singer should go “in the oven.”

The National Front’s 13.5% of the Jewish vote compares favorably to the Jewish vote for Republicans in some years. (Though Romney got up to 30% of the Jewish vote in 2012—or rather, Obama sank to 69%.)

There is no arguing with this point: “the real enemy of French Jews is not the National Front but Islamic fundamentalism, against which she has claimed the party is ‘your best shield.'”. I think more than 13.5% of French Jews agree, even if they haven’t yet brought themselves to vote that way.

Of course, many of them now live in Israel, so it’s a moot point.

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Bangladeshi Blogger Hacked to Death

Sorry, that should read another Bangladeshi blogger hacked to death:

A blogger has been hacked to death in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, a month after a prominent atheist writer was killed in a similar attack.

Washiqur Rahman was attacked close to his home in Dhaka’s Begunbari area, a police official told AFP news agency.

Two students at an Islamic seminary have reportedly been arrested.

Last month, Avijit Roy, a US-based writer who had criticised religious intolerance, was killed in a machete attack while he was visiting Dhaka.

His death sparked fresh concerns for freedom of speech in Bangladesh, where several secular-minded writers have been targeted by militants.

Freedom of speech in Bangladesh: how do they even write that phrase?

How tragic that two seminary students strayed from the path of righteousness and succumbed to the temptations of the flesh. Chopped flesh:

Mr Rahman was killed on a busy street in Dhaka. Two of the suspected attackers, armed with meat cleavers, were caught near the scene.

The suspects told police they had targeted Mr Rahman because of his anti-Islamic writing, a police official told the Associated Press news agency.

Mr Rahman blogged under a pen-name, Kucchit Hasher Channa, or Ugly Duckling. According to the Dhaka Tribune newspaper, he had criticised irrational religious beliefs.

The Ugly Duckling is now a Dead Duck.

Imran Sarker, the head of a network of activists and bloggers in Bangladesh, told AFP news agency that Mr Rahman was “a progressive free thinker”.

Last month’s attack on Mr Roy prompted massive protests from students and social activists, who accused the authorities of failing to protect critics of religious bigotry.

Why do I care enough to write about two dead Bangladeshi bloggers? Because Aggie and I also blog provocatively and anonymously from a land of intolerance and bigotry. Fortunately, they’re all vegans around here, so we’re unlikely to face any weapon more deadly than a pair of chopsticks.

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Arab Heads Exploding

Metaphorically.

And literally:

As Saudi Arabia carried out airstrikes in Yemen Wednesday against Houthi forces, an official from the Shiite rebel group said they would exact revenge on “the Zionist Saudi regime,” the Israeli Ynet news site reported.

The “Zionist Saudi regime” has been the greatest exporter of virulent Islam, notable not least for its white-hot Jew-hatred, for decades. But even that shared trait is not enough to bridge the Sunni-Shiite divide.

Saudi Arabia launched an operation early Thursday to save the government of embattled President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi as the country teetered on the brink of civil war after the Iran-backed separatists overran the southern stronghold of Aden.

The Houthi official promised there would be no pilgrimage to the holy Saudi city Mecca this year.

Anti-Zionist and anti-Jewish rhetoric is common among the Houthis. The slogan “Death to Israel. A curse on the Jews.” is common on flags and other propaganda materials.

Last week, video of the bombing of a Houthi mosque in Yemen showed the crowd chanting “Death to America. Death to Israel. Curse upon the Jews. Victory to Islam. Allahu Akbar,” before a suicide bomber detonated himself, killing scores.

QED. The crowd was entirely on message, and they still got blown to kingdom come. Atta boys.

PS: No hajj for you!

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Every Obama Statement Comes With an Expiration Date

I’ve eaten yogurt older than this one:

Once hailed by President Barack Obama as a model for fighting extremism, the U.S. counterterrorism strategy in Yemen has all but collapsed as the country descends into chaos, according to U.S. and Yemeni officials.

Operations against militants have been scaled back dramatically amid the fall of the American-backed government and the evacuation of U.S. personnel. What had been consistent pressure on Yemen’s dangerous al-Qaida affiliate has been relieved, the officials say, and a safe haven exists for the development of an offshoot of the Islamic State group.

It’s a swift and striking transformation for an anti-terror campaign Obama heralded just six months ago as the template for efforts to fight the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

Ah yes, six months ago:

“This counter-terrorism campaign will be waged through a steady, relentless effort to take out ISIL wherever they exist using our air power and our support for partner forces on the ground,” Obama said. “This strategy of taking out terrorists who threaten us, while supporting partners on the front lines, is one that we have successfully pursued in Yemen and Somalia for years.”

Maybe he’s failing so spectacularly because he insists on calling them ISIL. They answer to ISIS and just plain IS, too, sir.

Or maybe he’s failing so spectacularly because he refuses to acknowledge that he’s failing so spectacularly:

JOSH EARNEST, WHITE HOUSE: The case that we have made is that Yemen did serve as a sort of template for the kind of strategy that we would employ to mitigate the threat from extremists around the world.

Whatever, dude. Just as long as they’re killing each other over there and no one over here gets hurt. Good, clean Arab-on-Arab murderous fun is one thing; airplanes into buildings is quite another.

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