Archive for February, 2006

Then they came for the Blogs

Wednesday, February 15th, 2006

The cartoonish Islamists, that is. Check out this post from Michelle Malkin on the Jihadists threats and actions towards the blogs that “dared” show the Muhammad cartoons. Michelle notes, Last night, my hosting service notified me that it is receiving ongoing threats from individuals vowing to take down this site–and others along with it–which will […]

Muhammad on Acid…the South Park connection

Sunday, February 12th, 2006

Using evidence from the Internet, I pieced together the following: 1. We know that Muhammad made an appearance on South Park: 2. We know that, in one South Park episode, Mr. Mackey takes LSD: 3. Therefore, we can hypothesize that Muhammad likely got his LSD from Mr. Mackey:


Saturday, February 11th, 2006

Please read Dhimmitude by Diana West, keeping in mind the modus operandi of the radical Islamists: Take an example of our free, Western culture that is in opposition to sharia; exploit the powder-keg populations of Muslims (the enslaved ones of the Middle East and the impoverished ones living in self-imposed isolation in Europe and elsewhere) […]

Muhammad Cartoon Cliff Notes

Thursday, February 9th, 2006

Are you new to this Muhammad cartoon thing and need to get up to speed right now? Then, just watch this: Taqiyya: Anatomy of the Comic Jihad. As you’ll learn, “Taqiyya” means deception, and that’s the central theme of this whole, cartoonish affair. Seriously, this is a great video. Even if you’re a veteran of […]

Calvin and Hobbes — and Muhammad

Thursday, February 9th, 2006

What would we do without Ann Coulter? Check out today’s column, Calvin and Hobbes — and Muhammad, for her unique take on the Muhammad cartoons. In order to express their displeasure with the idea that Muslims are violent, thousands of Muslims around the world engaged in rioting, arson, mob savagery, flag-burning, murder and mayhem, among […]

Cartoon stories

Wednesday, February 8th, 2006

From Michelle Malkin: The Cartoon Hoax: When the Danish press discovered the three false so-called Danish cartoons, the imams refused to say where they had got them. They claimed, however, that the false cartoons were genuinely Danish and had been added to “give an insight in how hateful the atmosphere in Denmark is towards Muslims.” […]

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Cartoons and Islam

Tuesday, February 7th, 2006

(Hat tip: instapundit) I first learned of Ayaan Hirsi Ali (I love her name) when I read this article in 2004. I was very impressed with this woman from Somalia who fled Saudi Arabia for the Netherlands to become a pro-freedom, controversial politician critical of the oppression of women by Islam, even in a progressive […]

Debbie Schlussel’s entry in the Holocaust cartoon contest

Tuesday, February 7th, 2006

Debbie Schlussel has this entry in Iraninan President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s Holocaust cartoon contest. “Holocaust Survivors’ Soup for Herr Ahmadinejad” Heh. Here’s Debbie’s introduction to this work of art: So let me get this straight: Newspapers in Europe–run by those who are NOT Jewish but are descendants of those who allowed the Holocaust to happen–run anti-Mohammed […]

Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism

Tuesday, February 7th, 2006

Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism is the latest from Middle-East expert Daniel Pipes. He writes The key issue at stake in the battle over the twelve Danish cartoons of the Muslim prophet Muhammad is this: Will the West stand up for its customs and mores, including freedom of speech, or will Muslims impose their way of […]

Tolerance Toward Intolerance

Tuesday, February 7th, 2006

That’s the title of an op-ed piece in today’s Washington Post by Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff, the Washington bureau chief of Die Zeit. Kleine-Brockhoff convincingly explains why his publication re-printed the Danish cartoons: Last week the publication I work for, the German newsweekly Die Zeit, printed one of the controversial caricatures of the prophet Muhammad. It was […]

Muslims can dish it out, but they can’t take it

Monday, February 6th, 2006

Mark Levin, blogging over at the National Review, wonders why US newspapers haven’t published the cartoons to show solidarity with their European colleagues? We’ve been wondering that too. Levin notes, The New York Times happily publishes NSA secrets for the enemy and the rest of the world to read, but won’t run the cartoons. The […]

Mohammed Image Archive

Monday, February 6th, 2006

(Hat tip: Michelle Malkin. Check out her article for depictions of Muhammad gracing the US Supreme Court. Oh, the injustice!) As the global, Islamic meltdown over the publication of cartoon depictions of Muhammad rages on, it has been reported repeatedly that Muslims are intolerant of any such images or depictions; however, this is simply not […]

We are all Danes now

Sunday, February 5th, 2006

Jeff Jacoby has this worthwhile read, We are all Danes now . That anything so mild could trigger a reaction so crazed — riots, death threats, kidnappings, flag-burnings — speaks volumes about the chasm that separates the values of the civilized world from those in too much of the Islamic world. Freedom of the press, […]

Steyn: ‘Sensitivity’ can have brutal consequences

Sunday, February 5th, 2006

Don’t miss Mark Steyn’s latest, ‘Sensitivity’ can have brutal consequences. Here’s an excerpt: Thus, NBC is celebrating Easter this year with a special edition of the gay sitcom “Will & Grace,” in which a Christian conservative cooking-show host, played by the popular singing slattern Britney Spears, offers seasonal recipes — “Cruci-fixin’s.” On the other hand, […]

Muslims Gone Wild!

Saturday, February 4th, 2006

First things first: Have you seen Michelle Malkin’s movie: “First, They Came” If not, then please watch it now. It is a well done and poignant reminder of the pervasiveness of Muslim extremism in the West. And the worldwide campaign of “anger” over cartoons — however insensitive — reminds us that when a punk or […]

Another Muhammad Cartoon

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

Did you see this one at Cox and Forkum? (Also, here are the cartoons causing such an uproar in the spoiled-brat, schoolyard-bully, Muslim community.) My thoughts exactly.

Relax. It’s Hamas, and I feel fine.

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

In his essay, With Hamas win we should express relief rather than anxiety, Victor Davis Hanson makes a compelling case that the Hamas electoral victory demonstrates that “Democracy, even in the violent Middle East, brings a certain clarity, and with it, at last, honesty.” He’s right. Democracy, as an institution, forces a certain transparency in […]

Muslims throw temper-tantrum

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

*** Scroll down for links to many, many updates. *** So, Muslims around the world are rioting, pillaging, killing, blowing things up, kidnapping, issuing fatwah’s, hunting down cartoonists, and generally showing their collective ASS to the rest of the civilized world over CARTOONS? To the serious followers of Islam who are not throwing a temper-tantrum […]

Baby Noor making progress

Wednesday, February 1st, 2006

Baby Noor (photo: Curtis Compton/AJC) Baby Noor making progress: A check-up Tuesday of Baby Noor, the Iraqi infant airlifted to Atlanta surgery on Jan. 9, showed she is making progress, hospital officials said. Dr. Roger Hudgins, chief neurosurgeon at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, removed a tube that had drained fluid from the baby’s back, the […]