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Today in History, October 13: 1973: Iftach Zemer and Itzhak Amitai returned safely to Israeli lines when they were forced to eject from their F-4E Phantom Jet after it suffered a technical malfunction.
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Islamophobia and Koran Burning Alert!

The only genuine Islamophobia that exists in the world is Muslim on Muslim violence. Sunni against Shia, Shia against Sunni, and then into this gruesome mix scramble a bit of Suffi, Alawite, Druze, etc.



Islamophobia and Koran Burning Alert!


Higher education in Gaza.

Muslim homicide bombings against innocent civilians were first unleashed en masse against the Jewish State.

The world yawned because Jewish blood is cheaper than crude, and Palestinian resistancecode for terrorismis, for leftist/liberal/progressives, an edgy fashion statement, the Prada of the political world.

Of course, once homicide bombings against Jews gained legitimacy through the chattering classes, it did not take long for Muslims to use this horrific weapon against, well, other Muslims.

Hence, Islamophobia.

The only genuine Islamophobia that exists in the world is Muslim on Muslim violence. Sunni against Shia, Shia against Sunni, and then into this gruesome mix scramble a bit of Suffi, Alawite, Druze, etc.

Funny, I don't hear Keith Ellison, CAIR, Feisal Abdul and Daisy Rauf or any of the other Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas front groups protesting the bloody and daily deeds of Muslims.

And when these Taliban barbarians exploded themselves they also burnedObvious Alert: bombs produce firedozens of Korans.

A total Koran barbecue.

And what is the response from the always-ready-to-be-outraged Muslims and their Western fellow travelers?

Warning: this is very annoying.


Taliban militants carried out a double suicide bombing outside the shrine of the 13th century Muslim Sufi saint Ahmed Sultan, popularly known as Sakhi Sarwar, in Dera Ghazi Khan district, in Pakistans Punjab province, killing 42 people and injuring more than 70 on Sunday.
Hundreds of Muslims had gathered at the shrine for a ceremony when the attacks took place.
We have recovered 41 bodies so far, police officer Zahid Hussain said, adding that more than 70 people were wounded. Both were suicide attackers, they came on foot and blew themselves up when police on duty stopped them.

Full story here.


Inspired by the slaughter of UN personnel by Muslims in Afghanistan, here's a video about, um, excitable people, that ties it all together.

Meanwhile, over in what promises to be a happy-go-lucky Palestinian reichlet, actor-activist Juliano Mer-Khamis, a Jewish-Israeli-Arab-actorthe more hyphens the more unhingedwas murdered by Palestinian terrorists. Mer-Khamis, son of a left-wing Jewish mother and a Muslim Arab Christian father, wasduh!ferociously anti-Israel. But apparently, not quite enough for the lunatics who control the Pal streets. Mer-Khamis was assassinated because, well, his theater dared allow male and female actors to emote on the same stage.

And, oh yeah, Mer-Khamis staged an adaptation of George Orwell's Animal Farm, andprepare yourselves for the horrorpigs were featured in the cast.

Actors as pigs is, we presume, unIslamic or something to that effect.

Israel Matzav has the full story.

Arrests have been made. My friend The Muqata is shocked, just shocked to report that the killlers are Hamas terrorists.

And the reaction from the so-called humanitarian world community?

Still annoying.


If ever a people have demonstrated that they do not deserve and cannot shoulder the responsibility of national self-determination, it is the Palestinians.


Soul Food, October 13

It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.-Shakespeare