On Friday night, twelve-year old Tamar Fogel came home to find both her parents, Ruth and Udi Fogel, two brothers Yoav (11) and Elad (four), and her three-month old sister Hadas murdered in their beds. They had had their throats cut and been stabbed through the heart. That’s not shocking: There is no shortage of young Muslim men who would enjoy slitting the throat of a three-month old baby, and then head home dreaming of the town square or soccer tournament to be named in their honor.
Back in Gaza, the citizenry celebrated the news by cheering and passing out sweets.That’s not shocking, either: In the broader Palestinian death cult, there are untold legions who, while disinclined to murder Jews themselves, are content to revel in the glorious victory of others. And out in the wider world there was a marked reluctance to cover the story.
And, if not exactly shocking, that was a useful reminder of how things have changed even in a few years. On 9/11, footage of Palestinians dancing in the streets and handing out candy turned up on the world’s TV screens, and that rancid old queen Arafat immediately went into damage-control mode and hastily arranged for himself to be filmed giving blood. This time round there was no need for damage-control, because there was no damage: The western media simply averted their eyes from their Palestinian house pets’ unfortunate effusions. The Israeli Government released raw footage from the murders, but YouTube yanked the video within two hours. The hip new “social media” are developing almost as exquisitely refined a sense of discretion as the old Social Register. Mark Steyn: Dead Jews Is No News. (Jubelscener i Gaza efter mord på Itamar-familie.DRs Syge og Perverterede “Nyhedsprioritering.” 20,000 attend Itamar massacre victims’ funeral.)
Arabiske ‘latinoer’ under dække i USA
[...] “At this time, DHS does not have any credible information on terrorist groups operating along the Southwest border,” a Department of Homeland Security official said in a statement.” But we’re not talking about groups operating along the border; we’re talking about terrorists inside the United States. Those intended-to-be-reassuring words from DHS carefully beg the central question. And the more you read, the worse it gets:
(FBI Director Robert) Mueller testified before the House Appropriations Committee in March 2005 that “there are individuals from countries with known Al Qaeda connections who are changing their Islamic surnames to Hispanic-sounding names and obtaining false Hispanic identities, learning to speak Spanish and pretending to be Hispanic.”
Just last year, the Department of Homeland Security had in custody thousands of detainees from Afghanistan, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Yemen. U.S. Border Patrol statistics indicate that there were 108,025 OTMs (“Other Than Mexicans”) detained in 2006, compared to 165,178 in 2005 and 44,614 in 2004. [...] Michael Ledeen: What if They Are Already Here?
Frankfurt-attentatmanden en ikke helt ensom ulv
Så længe jihadiske forbindelser til kriminalitet kan benægtes; så længe det kan hævdes at vold involverende herboende muslimer ‘ikke er banderelateret'; og så længe terror kan benægtes at være dette, blot der ikke er tale om spektakulære, storstilede angreb – så længe vil myndigheder gøre det. Ikke blot forenkler det perspektiverne i forbindelse med opklaringen bekvemt, det tjener jo også til at udskyde konfrontationen med den ubehagelige kendsgerning at den glade multikultur reelt er importeret samfundsundergravning. Dette kan man konstatere – tilbage bliver spørgsmålet om hvorvidt den evige, stereotype benægtelse af perspektiverne afspejler retningslinjer udstukket højere oppe i et trængt statsapparat (LFPC).
The German Federal Prosecutor’s Office has brought charges against 25-year-old Rami Makanesi: a German national suspected of having been chosen by al-Qaeda to develop a European support network for the terror organization. Makanesi — who continues to be identified by German authorities simply as “Rami M.” — has been in German custody since August 2010. He is known to have lived in the same apartment building in Frankfurt as the Frankfurt Airport shooter Arid Uka, and the two men are reported to have been friends. [...]
A neighbor of Arid Uka who was interviewed by Germany’s dapd wire service testified to the friendship between the two young men and said that Makanesi already “looked like” an Islamist during his Frankfurt days. Alluding to the Frankfurt Airport shooting, the neighbor added, “If it wasn’t for Rami, Arid would never have had the idea of doing such a thing.”
German authorities have insisted that Arid Uka was in all likelihood a “lone wolf” who acted spontaneously. As against this theory, Die Welt has noted not only that he was a friend of Rami Makanesi, but also that he purchased the murder weapon several months before the attack. Acquaintance of Frankfurt Shooter Charged as Al-Qaeda Member