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‘Islamophobia’– A Soft Jihad Monster: Will The West Keep Feeding The Beast?

Written by Audrey Russocookiemonster-20100301-170254-300x180
I came across an old cartoon series the other day called Fractured Fairy Tales. I realized that that title could aptly explain the world we now live in…where adults have become childlike in their inability to endure the slightest hardship, tossing security for comfort…and the leaders are the spinners of tales that when applied to reality, create tremendous adversity.

Enter…the first resort of cowards, that has never seen a victory: Appeasement. The very pacification that feeds the monstrous lie of Islamophobia.

As some of my guests have shared (Reza Kahlili, Raymond Ibrahim, Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer), Islamophobia is a faux term created by Islamists to verbally whip infidels into line. Dissected the term means: fear of Islam based upon ignorance…AND this weapon is drawn ANY time someone reveals the TRUE nature of the ideology of Islam. It’s used as an assassin’s blade to slay the character of the messenger.

This is a form of non-violent Jihad or “soft jihad”…but can, and has, led to violent Jihad or “hard jihad”.

This soft jihad monster is insatiable in its appetite to eviscerate free speech, and everyone who values this critical freedom should do all to starve this creature, right?
But such is not the case in Western media and with Western leaders. They appear to be a bit obsessive-compulsive concerning feeding this beast. They play its game of denying the reality of acts committed based upon the doctrine of Islam (WTC 1993, 9-11-01, Boston Marathon Bombing, Fort Hood Jihadist, Moore OK Beheading, etc.). The list of atrocities directly based in Islam’s holy books are unequivocal to the rational mind, but not to the Leftist/Progressive mindset that lives in what is now a fractured fairy tale. Their constant denial and appeasement is the vital nutrient this beast thrives upon.

The only weapon we possess to starve and defeat this enemy is TRUTH. The truth about the words, convictions, acts and practices of a 1,400 year old tyrannical ideology that has butchered its way into the 21st century…with a little help from friends on the Left, and the silence of the Lambs on the right.

It’s time to take the narrative back for free speech. When Islamophobia is hurled your way, retort with, “I’m an Islamorealist.” Because you’re concern is based in reality and fact, not ignorance of their system.

The Islamophobia lie is a soft jihad against freedom…it’s time to starve the beast back into its 7th century abode!

Shalom through strength…



Sotloff was sold to Islamic State terrorists by Syrian rebels, family spokesperson tells CNN

Steven Sotloff is the American journalist and holder of Israeli citizenship who was brutally executed by Islamic State terrorists last week.

Steven Sotloff, the American journalist and holder of Israeli citizenship who was brutally executed by Islamic State terrorists last week, was sold to the extremist jihadist group by a Syrian rebel organization, the spokesperson for the Sotloff family told CNN on Monday.

“For the first time, we can say Steven was sold at the border,” Barak Barfi, the spokesperson, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper. “Steven’s name was on a list that he had been responsible for the bombing of a hospital. This was false, activists spread his name around.”

“We believe that these so-called moderate rebels that people want our administration to support, one of them sold him probably for something between $25,000 and $50,000 to ISIS, and that was the reason he was captured,” Barfi told Cooper.

Barfi said that he learned this information from “sources on the ground.”

“Somebody at the border crossing made a phone call to ISIS and they set up a fake checkpoint with many people and Steven and his people that he went in with could not escape,” he said.

Barfi also criticized the Obama administration for “inaccurate statements” that have been attributed to government officials who have commented on the case.

“We know that the intelligence community and the White House are enmeshed in a larger game of bureaucratic infighting and [James Foley, the other journalist executed by Islamic State] and Steve are pawns in this game and that’s not fair and if there continues to be leaks the Sotloff family will have to speak out to set the record straight,” Barfi said.

ISIS leader was a US detainee

The Islamist extremist some are now calling the most dangerous man in the world.
Herald Sun

When Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi walked away from a U.S. detention camp [in Iraq] in 2009, the future leader of ISIS issued some chilling final words to reservists from Long Island.

“He said, ‘I’ll see you guys in New York,’” recalls Army Col. Kenneth King, then the commanding officer of Camp Bucca…

King had not imagined that in less that five years he would be seeing news reports that al-Baghdadi was the leader of ISIS, the ultra-extremist army that was sweeping through Iraq toward Baghdad.


Obama pulled US forces out of Iraq in 2011.

David French was a soldier in Iraq at the height of trouble:

I remember what Iraq was like in late 2008, when I left. My unit. . .had largely cleared out one of the last areas of al-Qaeda dominion in Iraq. At high cost we had taken thousands of square kilometers back from enemy control, broken the back of enemy resistance, and given the local population the chance to live something approaching a normal life. Want a measure of our success?

When we arrived in November 2007, in Diyala Province (labeled the Islamic Caliphate of Iraq by the al-Qaeda forces in control) every time any convoy rolled out of the gate, it had a greater than 25 percent chance of enemy contact — IEDs, ambushes, or sniper fire. When we left in late September 2008, that chance was down to approximately 1 percent.

Good men died making that progress. Friends and brothers, all of them.

But that’s not to say that al-Qaeda was completely defeated. Even as we prepared to hand over the battle space to an incoming unit, al Qaeda struck one last blow – killing a very dear friend of mine when our troopers cornered a senior leader.

The bottom line was that Iraq was under control, but still in a state of low-intensity war. Iraqi forces, with the help of small groups of American advisers and — in extreme circumstances — American air power, were more than capable of handling large-scale threats from jihadists but weren’t yet capable of stopping all violence (and, indeed, may never have been). The situation was stable, and — here’s the key — sustainable.

Yes, to sustain it would have required the continued presence of American troops, and those troops may have sustained occasional additional casualties, but that’s the price we pay to secure hard-won victories.

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