Thursday, January 27, 2011
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Moments before he beheaded his wife, moderate Muslim leader texted her: "I have not done anything to hurt you since Sunday, since I saw my mistake...." - Jihad Watch
Sunday, January 23, 2011
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Only in Islam ........ the world's leading Muslim leaders aee breaking off talks with the Vatican because the Pope spoke to the onlaught of Islamic genocide against non-Muslims in Muslim countries. The horrible blood thirsty mass murders of Christians in Nigeria, Egypt, Iraq goes unpunished.And you are not allowed to speak of it, do not insult Islamic genocide!
The Muslim world has ethnically cleansed the whole of the Middle East, their annihilationist plans for the tiny Jewish state made plain.
The Pope speaks out and Islamic leaders are insulted. Now that is rich. How dare we question Muslims mass murdering. And what does the non-Muslim world achieve in these bogus talks with Muslims leaders - these talks are a one way street. It is a negotiation for surrender. Talk is one way in Islam - their way.
MUSLIM LEADERS ATTACK THE POPE (hat tip Benedict)
The president of Al-Azhar, an Egyptian university, Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, along with the leading members of the Islamic Research Academy, announced today they are breaking off dialogue with the Vatican in response to Pope Benedict XVI's criticism of Muslim violence against Christians. After the suicide bombing of a Coptic Christian church in Alexandria that killed 23 people, the pope called attention to "non-Muslims being oppressed by Muslim states in the Middle East," and complained that not enough was being done by Muslim-run governments to protect Christians.
Sheikh Ahmed is now accusing the pope of interfering in an "internal affair," and is leading a boycott of future Catholic-Muslim dialogue. This follows an Arab leadership summit held yesterday that also denounced "foreign interference in Arab affairs." Already, the annual inter-religious meeting between the Vatican and Muslim leaders scheduled for next month has been called off.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue defended the pope today:
We are constantly being told that Islam is just like every other world religion—indeed, it is a religion of peace—and that while every religion has its share of crazies, most Muslims are no different than most Christians and Jews. Yet daily we read about unprovoked violence, or threats of it, against Christians and Jews, and just as often we read how it is justified by leading Muslims clerics in the name of their religion.
If a lone Christian zealot kills an abortionist, he gets zero support from Christian leaders. But when a Muslim woman decides to convert, there is no end to the number of Muslim leaders who say she should be put to death. If this is what the "religion of peace" believes, God help those who live under its more radical rulers.
The Muslim leaders also blasted the Holy Father again for his 2006 speech at Regensburg University. At that time, the pope warned against the evils of faith without reason, and reason without faith. The pope was right then, and he is right now. Indeed, these Muslims give expression to the former evil.
Director of Communications
The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
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Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Plea Deal for Muslim Dad in Arizona Who Murdered His 20 Year-Old Daughter for Being too "Americanized" in US Honor Killing - Atlas Shrugs
Today, the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW) urged members of Congress to support H. Res. 5, the House Rules Package for the 112th Congress. Approved on January 4, 2011 by the House Republican Conference, the package includes measures that will help Congress cut spending and limit the growth of government.
According to a January 3, 2011 Washington Examiner article:
“The package submitted by the new Republican majority provides a glimmer of hope that perhaps they may yet “get it” about why their party did so well in the 2010 congressional election. The rules package — H.Res. 5 — reflects an understanding by Republican leaders that they will be held not only to a higher standard than their Democratic predecessors on major issues but also to the promises they made to change the way Congress works. If these new rules perform as planned, they will provide a vital procedural boost to House members who are seeking to restore fiscal responsibility, transparency and limited government. The new rules also will eliminate some of the irrational biases that made the old rules legislative accessories to tax increases and spending games.”
The 111th Congress will be notoriously remembered for pushing through massive overhaul bills that were never read by members of Congress, debated on the House floor, or subject to public scrutiny. In an effort to increase transparency and prevent this type of fly-by-night legislative process, the new rules package includes a point of order against any unreported bill that has not been made available to members for at least three calendar days. Additionally, committee chairs must make a public announcement of the date, place, and subject matter of a committee meeting three days before it occurs and make the bill text available at least 24 hours prior to the commencement of the markup of legislation in committee. The rules package also requires votes to be made available in electronic format 48 hours after recorded in committee.
H. Res. 5 requires all bill and joint resolution sponsors to submit for the Congressional Record “a statement citing as practicable the power or powers granted to Congress to enact the bill or joint resolution.” This constitutional citation will be necessary in order to introduce a bill, thereby limiting time spent on frivolous and overreaching legislation.
The new rules package will help control the nation’s ballooning debt by eliminating the “Gephardt Rule” and requiring the House to specifically vote to increase the debt limit. Additionally, the package replaces pay-as-you-go (PAYGO), which previously allowed mandatory spending increases to be paid for with tax increases, with cut-as-you-go (CUTGO), prohibiting the consideration of legislation that would increase net mandatory spending over the one-, five-, or ten-year budget windows.
Transportation funding has long been a black hole for taxpayer dollars. H. Res. 5 imposes new rules that would place transportation spending under the same budget process as other spending so that it would no longer be guaranteed a minimum level of funding, and create a point of order against trust fund revenues being spent on other federal programs.
The House Rules Package will help the 112th Congress stay focused on cutting spending, reducing the national debt, minimizing waste, and maintaining a basic level of transparency and accountability to the American people."