Canadian Woman Fighting Muslim Stereotypes Charged With Smuggling Weapons To Hezbollah
ZIP | July 14, 2012 11:46 pm
Hang her and be done w/it.
That implies that the ideas of Muslims are false.
It’s Muslim “truths”… that ALL Muslims are in favor of eventual world domination.
There is no such thing as a “moderate” Muslim.
They are all inbred pedophile barbarians… every single one of them, including that stealth muzz in the WH.
We must eradicate Islam NOW from the freeworld.
She won’t spend a tenth as much time in jail for trying to destroy her country as Army Lt Michael Behenna will for defending his.
The Canadians should lock her up for 50 years (along with the others who smuggled weapons parts to the known terrorist organization) or give her the choice to return to “palestine” or whatever shithole she is from. Track her and kill all those who conspire with her!
Meanwhile, our Mounties, like the FBI, have been given new “guidelines” which continue to crush free speech and pander to muslims:
“There is new trouble for the RCMP over a manual that tries to wash out terms like “Islamist” and “jihad” from officers’ mouths when they talk about terrorism.
“Distorted and inflammatory linkages between Islam and terrorism can serve to convince Muslims — both in the West and in the larger Islamic world — that the West is, in fact, their enemy,” the manual says.
That doesn’t impress anti-terror expert David Harris, of Insignis Strategic Research.
“This is, if I may be blunt, an Islamist’s wet dream,” Harris said. “It misstates fundamentally the established history, and undermines warnings of many moderate Muslims about jihad and its possibilities.”
The manual, called Words Make Worlds, dates back to 2009 and also tells Mounties not to fear organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood, despite its terrorist links.
American anti-terror expert Brian Michael Jenkins says cultural sensitivity is often appropriate, but the RAND Corporation advisor adds that terms the RCMP dislikes are needed to analyze security threats.
“The term ‘jihad’ is on the banner of al-Qaida,” says Jenkins. “If they use it, I can use it.”