I’m certainly not up one what’s happening in the Chechen Republic, or their tumultuous relationship with Mother Russia, but I do understand Chechnya is experiencing their own terrorism problems. As it turns out, Islamic militants are a part of the problem, yet the Agence France-Presse (AFP) could not be bothered to mention the “militants” religious affiliation until late in their original article.
Pamela Gellar over at Atlas Shrugs points us to the Web site Religion of Peace who provides the service of creating a list of all terrorist attacks in the name of radical Islam around the world. Of course, the site’s owners have been targeted with death threats, but I found the long list of attacks in the last 60 days daunting.
Great Britain may have some serious issues at hand. Within the guise of "understanding other religions" students in England are being made to wear Islamic clothing and pray to Allah – in school.
This is dangerous and let me make this quite clear. Islamic fundamentalists want to convert you and your family and have you submit to their perverted ideals. If you don’t, no problem, they will just cut your head off. Evil exists, you can not negotiate with evil. Learning about other religions is fine, this just goes too damn far. Read more
That’s right, freedom matters. The New York Times posted an article describing how violence – spurred on by Islamic clerics – have left young people in Iraq disillusioned with religious leaders and ready for a change.
“I hate Islam and all the clerics because they limit our freedom every day and their instruction became heavy over us,” said Sara, a high school student in Basra. “Most of the girls in my high school hate that Islamic people control the authority because they don’t deserve to be rulers.”
Well there ya go.