Sunday, March 3, 2013

Issue #10 of Inspire magazine now online with a top 10 wanted list

Amazing that even the slightest perceived insult results in death and mayhem by the religion of peace, yet nary a peep about this.  Could there be a double standard at work within Islam?  Nah, couldn't be that, as we are told endlessly by Muslim apologists and those who carry water for Islamic supremacists.  They will call me an Islamophobe for asking the question, however.

From Jihad Watch March 3 by Robert Spencer

Al Qaeda publishes "Wanted: Dead or Alive" list: "A Bullet A Day Keeps The Infidel Away"

"Yes We Can: A Bullet A Day Keeps The Infidel Away."

The latest edition of the al Qaeda English-language magazine Inspire is out today. A digital copy of the magazine, provided by MEMRI (the Washington D.C. based Middle East Media Research Institute), shows a "Wanted: Dead or Alive" feature on page 10 of the new issue:

"Wanted: Dead or Alive for Crimes Against Islam," the page reads. The list includes: Molly Norris, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Flemming Rose, Morris Swadiq, Salman Rushdie, Girt Wilders [sic], Lars Vilks, Stephane Charbonnie, Carsten Luste, Terry Jones, and Kurt Westergaard.

No further reason is provided to explain why these folks were singled out for the hit list, though many are notable critics of radical Islam.

"Yes We Can," the image reads. "A Bullet A Day Keeps the Infidel Away."

"Defend Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him," the image reads.

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