Media fuels islamofascism by defending islam
Samantha Lewthwaite, Mishal Husain (BBC's sharia presenter) and Michael Adebolajo all belong to the same Human Rights violating "religion"*.
* see Klevius definition of religion (2001)
What if Ahmed Merabet (the murdered police) had been a non-muslim with a non-muslim name?
How come that media tries to make a point of him having one of France's most common names? What has it to do with anything about his tragic death? And did he beg the muslim terrorist not to shoot him because he was also a muslim? We don't know. What we do know is that he was there to protect those who challenged islam. And that's why he was murdered by a muslim terrorist who would consider such a muslim a traitor against islam. What would a non-muslim police have done? We don't know but one possibility is playing dead instead of appealing. Moreover, this strange media approach completely neglects the position of non-muslims in all of this. The non-muslim "infidel" (in general) seems not to be thought of at all as a victim of islam although islam is all about erasing (i.e. genocide) non-muslims. This is why muslims say everyone is born muslim but those who don't submit to islam are the evil "infidel" ones!
The latest tweet on Charlie Hebdo's account was a cartoon of the Islamic State militant group leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Klevius analysis: The professional assassinations stay in sharp contrast to the confused behavior by the attackers when arriving at the scene, and lacked completely traces of being planned in advance. This would fit a scenario where Charlie's caricature of Islamic State leader al-Bakr just one hour before, was what triggered the attack. Especially having in mind that Islamic State is on the retreat due to Obomba's air attacks, and the insulting naming of the group by John Kerry and others. It seems that keeping up "respect" is a trade mark of islamofascism.
However, the attackers also reportedly defended their "prophet"* Muhammad - just like most of the world's muslims used to do (and many of them violently) after the Danish caricatures of this so called "prophet". And this really puts the world media in an embarrassing but also revealing light because this connects the "lone wolves" with muslim hotheads and islam more generally. We all remember how media excused muslims' disgusting behavior around the world after the Danish caricatures, don't we!
* according to e.g. Arab historian Hugh Kennedy, there are no traces whatsoever of any Muhammad figure in official Arab records for some half a century after his alleged death.
Some random notes about he mosque/imam background of the muslim terrorists in France
In a 2008 interrogation session, Benyettou said: "I taught that suicide attacks are legitimate under Islam."
The group linked to Benyettou and Charif was known as the "Filiere des Buttes Chaumont" cell, after a park where the men would jog as part of training that included listening to Benyettou's sermons and how to handle AK-47 Kalashinokovs, the weapons used in yesterday's attack.
An armed-services adviser to President Hollande, Professor Jean-Pierre Filiu, said he has identified possible links between the Paris suspects and Islamic State.
He told AFP that a French-Tunisian jihadist Boubaker el-Hakim and member of Islamic State was part of the same "Butte-Chaumont" network in Paris as Cherif Kourachi.
Hakim assassinated two Tunisian politicians in 2013 and he "represents the link between the Kouachi brothers and [Islamic State]", the professor said.
"I am sure that the video claiming responsibility is already prepared."
It appears Kouachi was a disciple of a janitor-turned-Salafist imam Farid Benyettou. Kouachi worshiped at the Addawa mosque in the 19th ...
Cherif Kouachi once was a part of a plot to send Muslim fighters to Iraq in 2008.
Kouachi once said he was motivated by alleged prisoner mistreatment at Abu Ghraib.
The so-called 19th arrondissement network is named for the Paris district where it was based, a multi-national neighborhood where families with roots in one-time French colonies in North Africa crowd into housing projects that rise above street markets offering Moroccan melons and pungent French cheese.
Benyettou practiced a strict Salafist interpretation of Islam, and enjoyed credibility among radicals because his brother-in-law was a convicted member of an Algerian insurgency movement.