Hat Tip to Big Journalism
There are many things on the World Wide Web that are not suitable for public viewing but that should be required viewing for journalists and political figures to alert them to the horrors that exist in some parts of the world. This should not be to incite but rather to rinse away their naïveté in dealing with a hostile culture and our potential enemies.
It is apparent that the mainstream media has no interest in covering stories that shed an unfavorable side of Islam and, frankly, this smacks of cowardice.
The elite will instead claim that the “vast majority” of Muslims are peace-loving and are just as horrified at the acts of a small number of radical terrorists. That may very well be true but even a fraction of a billion is a very large number and that number is growing and gaining influence around the world thanks to the stupidity and cowardice of what should be called the “lamestream” press and those in our government today.
The Internet bloggers are doing the nasty job of covering the world of Islamic jihadists and it is truly chilling. The video of Daniel Pearl’s beheading could not be shown on the public airwaves but was easily available on the web. Gruesome as it was it cannot compare with this video of children training for Jihad beheading a man all the while praising Allah.
This video is shown on a site that monitors the growing influence of the radicals and frankly I had no stomach to watch more than a second of the film. As is noted here: “It’s the next generation of mujahideen who are expected to fight and kill infidels to establish global Islamic rule.”
Sharia law is now being accepted in British Courts. And I’d like to know why the feminist groups aren’t railing against this Koranic weapon against Muslim women. Sharia law permits honor killings and other atrocities against them and we are supposed to accept this as legitimate? Are we as nutty as the Brits?
Phyllis Chesler is a renowned feminist who earned the scorn of NOW and other groups when she admitted her support for George Bush. She knew first hand what happens to women under Islamic law as a young bride married to an Afghan and is appalled at the lack of reporting on this issue. Writing for pajamasmedia.com she is doing the job our press is neglecting.