Al-Zarqawi was a bit different than most people who hate. Most seem to be selective in their hatred, picking out a certain ethnic group, or religious group, or some other distinct minority.
Al-Zarqawi seemed to hate nearly everyone, as if he was uncomfortable with humanity.
He didn't just hate Americans, the most-favored infidels of the jihad. He didn't just hate those of his own religious or ethnic background who are adopting to Western lifestyles. He didn't just hate the big oil companies, or Shiites or Kurds or Baptists or Hindus. He apparently didn't even just hate adults.
He seemed to hate everyone, and he liked to kill them - men, women, children, rich and poor, religious or not, political or not, Arab or not. He liked to kill them all, and for no reason other than to kill.
“They would enter into the mosque to pray, and they would pray in a very aggressive manner, and they would come in military fatigues and military touques and stuff. It looked to me that they were watching a lot of those Chechnyan jihad videos online and stuff.”So why didn't he notify the authorities? In this day and age, what more signs did he need that these guys were training for jihad?
Amiruddin said many mainstream Muslim organizations in Canada are really part of the problem, standing by as extremist propaganda spreads in the mosques.He should include himself in that group.
Submission 2 is a critique of Muslim persecution of homosexuals. The Taliban staged public executions of gay men. Iran has beheaded homosexual men and women. The Saudis sentence them to such punishments as “2,600 lashes,” which comes down to execution by whipping.I hope no one gets killed this time.
So Ayaan Hirsi Ali has a new, provocative movie coming out, and the Dutch anti-terrorism agency is warning of another Cartoon Jihad – maybe we can call it a Gay Flick Jihad.