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Archive for November 30th, 2016

Why an apologist argument to the Ohio attack is fallacious

Posted by picard578 on November 30, 2016

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As I reported on earlier today, a terrorist attack occurred in Ohio State University in which a Somali refugee ran into pedestrians with his car, and then proceeded to continue the attack using a knife. Luckily, a police officer was near the scene, and shot the terrorist dead before more damage could be inflicted.

However, I predict that Islamopologist Leftists are already salivating at the justification the refugee seemingly gave.

In a Facebook post, the refugee who went by the name of Abdul Razak Ali Artan, wrote: “I am sick and tired of seeing [Muslims] killed & tortured EVERYWHERE. … I can’t take it anymore.”

In another post, he proclaimed; “I wanted to pray in the open, but I was kind of scared with everything going on in the media. I’m a Muslim, it’s not what the media portrays me to be.”

If this reasoning were to be taken literally and in isolation, one would…

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Islamic Terrorists not Poor and Illiterate, but Rich and Educated

Posted by picard578 on November 30, 2016

Causes of islamic terrorism are ideological, not social or economic. Islam is in state of war against the West and againt the whole of civilization, and has been for the past 1.400 years. Unless we recognize that, we are going to lose the war.

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“Islamic Terrorists no Poor and Illiterate, but Rich and Educated”, Gatestone Institute, November 19, 2016:

“There is a stereotype that young people from Europe who leave for Syria are victims of a society that does not accept them and does not offer them sufficient opportunities… Another common stereotype in the debate in Belgium is that, despite research which refutes this, radicalization is still far too often misunderstood as a process resulting from failed integration… I therefore dare say that the better young people are integrated, the greater the chance is that they radicalize. This hypothesis is supported by a lot of evidence.”

That was the result of extremely important Dutch research, led by a group of academics at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. Terrorists seem to be models of successful integration: for instance, Mohammed Bouyeri, the Moroccan-Dutch terrorist who shot the filmmaker Theo van Gogh to death, then stabbed…

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