Lets face facts, Muslims worship mohamed, the desert warlord who butchered thousands of people, enslaved vast numbers more and stole their belongings. This ancient jerk, obviously being worshiped by the Muslims, is now to hold some kind of venerated place within our own lives? Tough luck with that, it isn’t going to happen.
NOTE: A colleague mentions to me that: ”Morsi is now issuing pretty much, open calls for global Western dhimmitude addressed to Obama, which strengthens the suspicion that he, his government and the Muslim Brotherhood supported the latest attack on the American embassy in Egypt. As Rachel Ehrenfeld and Alyssa A. Lappen stated in 2006 after a Jihad using some Danish Muhammed cartoons as a pretext, “
“Clearly, the riots in Denmark and throughout the world were not spontaneous, but planned and organized well in advance by Islamist organizations that support the MB, and with funding mostly from Saudi Arabia. The MB and its offspring organizations employ the Flexibility strategy in the U.S. and wherever they operate. This strategy calls for a minority group of Muslims to use all ‘legal’ means to infiltrate majority-dominated, non-Muslim secular and religious institutions, starting with its universities. As a result, ‘Islamized’ Muslim and non-Muslim university graduates enter the nation’s workforce, including its government and civil service sectors, where they are poised to subvert U.S. law enforcement agencies, intelligence communities, military branches, foreign services, and financial institutions.”
(ANSAmed) – CAIRO, SEPTEMBER 13 – The Prophet ‘is a red line nobody can touch’, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was quoted as saying by Egypt’s Mena news agency comments on protests across Egypt and Libya and a film on the Prophet slammed as blasphemous. The Prophet ‘is a red line for all Muslims and we refuse any attack’, said the president. ”We will sacrifice with our soul and heart” Morsi also said, citing a Muslim profession of faith. The Egyptian president, who had a phone conversation with US President Barack Obama before talks with European leaders and then a trip to Rome this afternoon, stressed his condemnation of ‘all attempts to attack the Profet and the sacred principles of Islam’. .
Meanwhile he also assured Egyptian security forces will do everything in their power to protect foreigners in the country.
Morsi asked also his US counterpart Barack Obama to ”take dissuasive measures against those trying to demolish relations with the US”;. Morsi also expressed his condolences for the death of the US ambassador in Libya in statements to Egypt’s state television.
So we are back in the Carter era, when it was quite fashionable to attack US embassies.
This attack was not due to some risible anti-Mo film, but took place on the anniversary of 9/11. It was planned as a way of breaking away from America, so no gratitude need be shown to the US for getting rid of Gaddafi.