Lets look at a few situations going on out there.
A Catholic priest in Belgium has been suspended by his bishop for saying the following:
"Every thoroughly islamized Muslim child that is born in Europe is a time bomb for Western children in the future. The latter will be persecuted when they have become a minority."
Father Samuel has been also brought to trial for hate crimes for the above statement.
Sam fled Turkey because of Islamic persecution.
Look at more unbelievable details here and here a great site! Here .
Not a wimpy looking guy!
Now lets look at Mark Steyn in the Sun-Times where he says that many Muslims are hot for jihad.
Mark is, as usual, on the mark, pun intended:
"If I had to propose a model for Western rhetoric, it would be the Australians. In the days after Sept. 11, the French got all the attention for that Le Monde headline -- "Nous sommes tous Americains" -- "We are all Americans," though they didn't mean it, even then. But John Howard, the Aussie prime minister, put it better and kept his word: "This is no time to be an 80 percent ally."
Marvelous. More recently, the prime minister offered some thoughts on the difference between Muslims and other immigrant groups. "You can't find any equivalent in Italian or Greek or Lebanese or Chinese or Baltic immigration to Australia. There is no equivalent of raving on about jihad," he said, stating the obvious in a way most political leaders can't quite bring themselves to do. "There is really not much point in pretending it doesn't exist."
Unfortunately, too many of his counterparts insist on pretending (at least to their citizenry) that it doesn't exist. What proportion of Western Muslims is hot for jihad? Five percent? Ten, 12 percent? Given that understanding this Pan-Islamist identity is critical to defeating it, why can't we acknowledge it honestly? "Raving on about jihad" is a line that meets what the law used to regard as the reasonable-man test: If you're watching news footage of a Muslim march promising to bring on the new Holocaust, John Howard's line fits."
Read it all here.
There is almost too much Islamic intransigence going on in the world to keep up with and the most damming evidence is the Imams around the world who vilify honest folk who speak out about terrorist attacks. When The leaders of the religion of peace equate terrorists with their faith you know they are part of the problem.
Wake up folks!