By Tom Quiner

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What do al Qaeda, Boco Haram, the Taliban, and ISIS have in common?

Hate.

They hate the West.

They hate Christianity.

They hate women, viewing them as subservient tools.

Their hatred of people different than themselves is formed by their religion: Islam.

In the name of Mohammad, they have systematically been waging a war on the world for one and a half millennium.

The four groups listed above are different flavors of the same repugnant stew, but their goal is the same: kill the infidel.

The Paris attack is the latest skirmish. Some 129 innocents, depending on the news report you read, were executed in the name of Allah. Hundreds more are wounded, maimed, or clinging to life.

That just since Friday.

The website, The Religion of Peace, tallies Islamic carnage on a daily basis. Last month, Muslims carried out 195 Jihad attacks in 31 different countries, killing 1564 innocents and critically injuring another 1730.

The world war continues.

The key to winning any war is identifying the enemy and acknowledging that we are at war.

The president won’t do either.

Mr. Obama refuses to use the term ‘Islamic terrorism’ in describing the terrorists who kill in the name of Allah. Even more, he insists on importing Islamic refugees from Syria to the U.S. without proper vetting.

Interestingly, he’s comfortable identifying the enemy in other wars he’s fighting, such as global warming, race relations, and gay rights: Republicans, Republicans, Republicans.

Leading Democratic candidate for president, Hillary Clinton, also refuses to label daily international carnage as “Islamic terrorism.” Like President Obama, a President Clinton will embrace a politically-correct foreign policy.

On the other hand, Republican candidate, Marco Rubio, suggests that the Obama/Clinton approach is tragically silly, drawing upon a World War II example:

“I don’t understand it. That would be like saying we weren’t at war with Nazis, because we were afraid to offend some Germans who may have been members of the Nazi Party but weren’t violent themselves.

We are at war with radical Islam, with an interpretation of Islam by a significant number of people around the world, who they believe now justifies them in killing those who don’t agree with their ideology.”

While Democratic presidential nominees wage war on white, successful, Christian Americans, Islamic terrorists relentlessly win converts with their resolve to kill people in every corner of the globe they view as infidels.

In this presidential campaign, we need to listen very closely to how candidates plan on confronting this evil.

Will Hillary produce another ‘reset’ button?

Do Republicans have better ideas?

Listen, voters. The stakes are high.

4 Comments

  1. Mandy on November 15, 2015 at 1:15 pm

    Félicitations pour ce post ! 🙂

  2. Shawn Pavlik on November 15, 2015 at 7:34 pm

    I posted this on Facebook. Thought maybe your readers would appreciate it as well:

    January: 23/27
    February: 7/10
    March: 14/16
    April: 15/16
    May: 22/24
    June: 22/23
    July: 28/29
    August: 20/22
    September: 15/15
    October: 43/46
    November: 17/17
    What do these numbers represent? The first number after each month represents the number of Islamic terrorist attacks each month in 2015. The second number represents the total number of terrorist attacks. Most of the rest are communist separatist groups in India, Ukraine, and Albania.
    I got called out today because I said that the world has a radical Islam problem. Notice what I said, a RADICAL Islam problem. Are 90 or 95 or even 98% of Muslims good peaceful people wanting nothing other than to live side by side with their neighbors in peace? Sure, but to ignore the problem of the 2% that are violent is to ignore 20 million people in the world (or more) who want you dead for nothing more than what you do or don’t believe.
    It isn’t Christians who are throwing homosexuals off of rooftops. It isn’t Buddhists who are beheading people and dancing around chanting “Praise Buddha!”. It isn’t Jews who are strapping bomb vests onto themselves and walking onto buses or into marketplaces and blowing themselves up, hoping for as large of a body count as possible. It wasn’t Sikh people who were slaughtering people with machetes by the hundreds of thousands in Sudan and Darfur, and conscripting children into their armies. It isn’t Hindu leaders calling for the complete destruction of America and one of our greatest allies, Israel. And it wasn’t atheists who climbed aboard 4 airliners a little over 14 years ago, and changed our lives forever.

    • quinersdiner on November 15, 2015 at 8:14 pm

      Good stuff, Shawn. The numbers you posted speak volumes. Thanks for sharing them.

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