On 21 January, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Washington D.C. based
Islamist terrorist supporting front group, issued an “Action
calling on readers to contact American political leaders in order to
pressure Israel to lift a “humanitarian
crisis” in Gaza.
taxpayers provide Israel with billions of dollars of
economic support each year, we have the right and the responsibility
to demand that Israel
abide by American and universal human rights
standards and end its
practice of collective punishment against the
Such practice amounts to war crimes.”
true to its lap-dog propagandizing on behalf of Islamist terrorism,
states that the United States has the “right and the responsibility to demand Israel abide by
American and universal human rights standards.”
But what about the rights of the Israeli civilians terror murdered or
wounded by the Hamas rockets? Or does CAIR consider all Israelis to be soldiers?
Why doesn’t CAIR demand that Hamas abide by “American and
universal human rights standards” and stop the rockets?
“Seventy-nine percent of Gaza households live under
the poverty line,
40 percent suffer from unemployment and almost half the population
in the Gaza Strip is made up
Hamas rules Gaza with an iron fist, claims to represent the Palestinian
people, and yet is unable to provide even basic civil services in
area of about 139 square miles. But Hamas seems
to have plenty of money for weapons,
rockets, and ammunition despite the “Israeli blockade”.
Why is it that Hamas,
faced with this “humanitarian crises”, would prefer to import weapons
over food for the very Palestinian civilians it claims to protect?
What does it say about Hamas that
they’d rather kill Israeli civilians thanfeed“almost half the population in the Gaza Strip” that is “made up of children”?
Of course, CAIR can’t criticize Hamas; to do so would be to
So, the world will condemn Israel
for cutting off supplies to a terrorist government and will say nothing
to Hamas terrorists who would starve their own children in a propaganda
exercise designed to make Israel appear to be
What does this say about CAIR that they
condemn Muslim children to
Islamic militants armed with rocket launchers and grenades stormed a school in
northwestern Pakistan yesterday and held about 250 pupils hostage before
giving themselves up to a tribal council.
The pro-Taleban gunmen seized the school on the outskirts of the town of
Karak, near the restive region of Waziristan, after a shoot-out with the
police. They threatened to kill the children, teachers and themselves if
anyone attacked them and demanded a safe passage to the tribal area
controlled by Islamist insurgents.
Before storming the school they had abducted a local health officer and drove
off when they were challenged by police. One insurgent was killed in the
ensuing shoot-out. The official was freed unharmed. Read it all.
"For the good of your followers, for the good of mankind--for the laughs--we shall expel you from the Internet and systematically dismantle the Church of Scientology in its present form. We acknowledge you as a serious opponent, and we are prepared for a long, long campaign. You will not prevail forever against the angry masses of the body politic. Your methods, hypocrisy, and the artlessness of your organization have sounded its death knell."
Mon. (Jan. 21) the Israeli government announced its support of an
ambitious plan to install the world's first electric car network in
Israel by 2011
The initiative is aimed at addressing global dependence on foreign oil
from undemocratic regimes and mitigating the health and environmental
damages caused by emissions from gas-burning vehicles. Said Israeli President Shimon Peres, "Today
is a new age with new dangers and the greatest danger is that of oil.
It is the greatest polluter of our age and oil is the greatest
financier of terror.”
1929 : Martin Luther King Jr. born On January 15, 1929, Martin Luther King Jr. is born in Atlanta,
Georgia, the son of a Baptist minister. King received a doctorate
degree in theology and in 1955 organized the first major protest of the
African-American civil rights movement: the successful Montgomery Bus
Boycott. Influenced by Mohandas Gandhi, he advocated nonviolent civil
disobedience to racial segregation. The peaceful protests he led
throughout the American South were often met with violence, but King
and his followers persisted, and the movement gained momentum.
powerful orator, he appealed to Christian and American ideals and won
growing support from the federal government and northern whites. In
1963, he led his massive March on Washington, in which he delivered his
famous "I Have a Dream" address. In 1964, the civil rights movement
achieved two of its greatest successes: the ratification of the 24th
Amendment, which abolished the poll tax, and the Civil Rights Act of
1964, which prohibited racial discrimination in employment and
education and outlawed racial segregation in public facilities. Later
that year, King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. In the late 1960s,
King openly criticized U.S. involvement in Vietnam and turned his
efforts to winning economic rights for poor Americans. He was
assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 4, 1968. Video of "I have a Dream"
Unrelated incidents, or mounting evidence of that America's
newsrooms have become a breeding ground for murderous, drunk,
gun-wielding child molesters? Answers are elusive, but the
ever-increasing toll of violent crimes committed by journalists has led
some experts to warn that without programs for intensive mental health
care, the nation faces a potential bloodbath at the hands of
psychopathic media vets.