Carlos Khalil Guzman has asked all of the sweet-faced, gentle young American Muslims he has photographed to choose their favorite Qur’anic verse, or statement by Muhammad as recorded in the Hadith, and discuss why it is their favorite. The results are all perfectly predictable, and as anodyne as all get out.
Demographic jihad is not just occurring in our countries because of the Muslim immigrants allowed so heedlessly into the West, nor because, once in our countries, Muslims tend to have far more children than do non-Muslims. There is also the phenomenon of conversion. And one of the most fertile places for such conversion-to-Islam efforts are our prisons.
You already know what that evening of a “Dinner and Dialogue” in Columbia must have been like, what questions were asked by the credulous Infidels, and what taqiyya-and-tu-quoque answers were given by their host, Imam Omar Shaheed. But while you may be forgiven for wanting to skip yet another example of Muslim apologetics, it’s a salutary exercise to go through this event’s dishonesties, in our constant attempt to sweep back the tide of idiocy.
Even some Israelis have sought to minimize the role of Islam in the war being made against their country. For many Israelis were eager to believe — who can blame them? — that their war of self-defense against the Arabs did not have to be forever, that the enmity might end if Israel would only show itself amenable to a territorial compromise, and relinquish territory it had won in the Six-Day War. The alternative, that the war against Israel was a Jihad that had no end, was for many Israelis — and still is, for some on the left — too painful to contemplate.
Of all the “peoples” who have presented to the world their claims to peoplehood, and some from that also lay claim to a right to statehood — from the Tibetans, to the Basques, to the Bretons, to the Kurds, to the Berbers, to the Ibos of Nigeria (who tried in the Biafra War to defend their independent state of Biafra) — it is the “Palestinian people” who have been most single-minded and successful.