Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab: Such a Nice Young Man
Whenever someone commits a horrible crime it is inevitable that the relic media will go out and find all sorts of friends, relatives, neighbors, teachers, and co-workers who will attest to his good character. That has already started with the failed terrorist Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab. The AP was first with this headline on December 27: Bomb suspect’s teacher describes exemplary pupil. From ABC New we learned | Read More »
The Banana Hammock Bomber
First it was the Abdullah Asieri, the ass-assin who had American security experts, “pooping in their pants,” because the suicide butt bomber stuffed a pound of explosives and a handy detonator in his rectum. Now Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, better known as the ‘Banana Hammock Bomber’ carefully sewing explosive powder into his underwear has brought security awareness to a whole new level. New, innovative terrorist tactics | Read More »
Gee, Had, it’s been once, twice, three times, M’Lady!
Once is an incident. Twice a coincidence. Three times is an act of war! The Koran teaches that it is permissible to lie with a smile before beheading your enemy who will not submit. Who then is not a radical Muslim, except those who are hypocrites of their religion? While we have strip searches to board airliners, and bomb sniffing dogs, have we yet invented hypocrite-detecting technologies? How do we identify the radical from the not-so-much? Has it ever occurred that a professed Muslim, radical or not, has condemned, or even criticized, a single act of the most egregious barbarities committed in the name of their religion of peace?
Should we re-tool our policies regarding the Islamic world? If so, in what way?
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Poor Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is the Nigerian man accused of trying to blow up a plane as it was landing in Detroit. Reading the story made me wonder what would cause a person to do such a thing. The stories said he was linked to radical Muslin groups. So we must try to understand why he became radicalized. Was it because of U.S. actions in Afghanistan? If | Read More »