Islamic racism, violence and terror no longer tolerated by many Westerners

The Washington Times (www.washingtontimes.com) has published a great essay by Jean-Christophe Mounicq, who's sick and tired of fascist Muslims:

The morning of Jan. 29, upon hearing about the attack on a bus in Jerusalem, I did not experience the expected emotion. It seemed such a "normal" thing, and I have not enough tears to shed for people I do not know.

The next day, on Jan. 30, I read an article about one of the victims Avraham Belhassen, 26 years old, a young father and realized that I could tolerate no more. I can no longer tolerate terrorist folly, Islamist hatred, the passivity of Muslims, the blindness of the West. [...]

I can no longer tolerate descriptions of the monster responsible for hundreds of deaths and thousands of wounded as a "spiritual leader," a poor "paralytic in a wheelchair." I can no longer tolerate murderous, barbaric Islamist hatred. [...]

I can no longer tolerate the double game of Yasser Arafat, the Saudi princes or Pakistani leaders. I can no longer tolerate watching Muslims dance with joy, in the Palestinian territories or in Paris, following attacks on the World Trade Center or an Israeli bus. I can no longer tolerate their anti-Semitism, anti-Christianism, anti-Buddhism or anti-Hinduism.

There's a lot more Mr. Mounicq can't tolerate in regards to Islamic racism, violence, terrorism and murder. And many Westerners today completely agree with him.

I copy the full article below (got this on LGF).





Terror and tolerance
By Jean-Christophe Mounicq, Link

The morning of Jan. 29, upon hearing about the attack on a bus in Jerusalem, I did not experience the expected emotion. It seemed such a "normal" thing, and I have not enough tears to shed for people I do not know.

The next day, on Jan. 30, I read an article about one of the victims Avraham Belhassen, 26 years old, a young father and realized that I could tolerate no more. I can no longer tolerate terrorist folly, Islamist hatred, the passivity of Muslims, the blindness of the West.

Following the attacks in Madrid, this feeling struck me again. The reaction of the Spanish people, cringing in fear before the Islamist claim of responsibility, bothered me even more. I can no longer tolerate such cowardly Munich-like behavior that leads inevitably to dishonor and war.

The reaction of the European media and political class to the elimination of Sheikh Yassin the master of hate and terrorism, and one who had called for the murder of Jews pushed me over the edge. I can no longer tolerate descriptions of the monster responsible for hundreds of deaths and thousands of wounded as a "spiritual leader," a poor "paralytic in a wheelchair." I can no longer tolerate murderous, barbaric Islamist hatred.

I can no longer tolerate the electoral victories of Islamists in Algeria, Turkey or France. I can no longer tolerate the indifference of Muslim leaders and the majority of Muslims to the suffering of non-Muslims. I can no longer tolerate their affected statements or their perpetual self-victimization.

I can no longer tolerate the double game of Yasser Arafat, the Saudi princes or Pakistani leaders. I can no longer tolerate watching Muslims dance with joy, in the Palestinian territories or in Paris, following attacks on the World Trade Center or an Israeli bus. I can no longer tolerate their anti-Semitism, anti-Christianism, anti-Buddhism or anti-Hinduism.

I can no longer tolerate those who hate liberty but take every advantage of it. I can no longer tolerate Islamist lack of respect for secularism and equality, between men and women, Muslims and others. I can no longer tolerate their lack of respect for the cultures of the very countries that shelter them. I can no longer tolerate the multiplication of veils on women in the streets of Paris.

I can no longer tolerate attacks on French officials, abusive complaints against the police, terrorism against judges, the ban against teaching about the Holocaust in schools, or the brutalization of male doctors who treat Muslim women in hospitals. I can no longer tolerate burning cars in Strasbourg and synagogues in Bondi. I can no longer tolerate catcalls when the Marseillaise is played during games at the Stadium of France. I can no longer tolerate the cries of "death to Jews" in their demonstrations or "death to Christians" written on walls.

I can no longer tolerate concealing the massacres of Christians and Jews in Islamic countries, Copts in the Middle East, of one-and-a-half million Orthodox Armenians in Turkey at the beginning of the last century, as well as a million-and-a-half Christian Sudanese at its end. I can no longer tolerate Muslim ethnic cleansing in Kosovo or Palestine. I can no longer tolerate Islamist totalitarianism.

I can no longer tolerate the relativism and masochism of a West incapable of recalling its own history other than to denounce it. I can no longer tolerate comparing the Crusades to jihad, when the Crusades were nothing but a parenthesis in the history of Christianity while jihad is an integral part of Islam.

I can no longer tolerate the cowardice, weakness and mediocrity of the majority of Western leaders, or the unwillingness of Westerners to affirm their own values and the superiority of liberty and democracy over all other principles and systems. I can no longer tolerate the inability of Europe to recall its Judeo-Christian heritage.

I can no longer tolerate taxes that the European Union transforms into subsidies for the Palestinian Authority or that France transforms into arms for Saddam Hussein. I can no longer tolerate paying the maternity bills for women ready to sacrifice their infants as suicide bombers or for teaching children hatred on the West Bank.

I'm going to pray in the memory of Avraham, pray that his death and those of so many others might finally open the eyes of the cowards in the West who refuse to face the truth. I'm going to pray for Westerners to understand that the war on terrorism is in reality a war against Islamism, and that Islamism is gaining ground among Muslims.

I'm going to pray that moderate Muslims might organize demonstrations against the terrorists just as Corsicans and Basques have demonstrated against their own terrorists. Pray that Islam, which is entering its nuclear era, might become neither conqueror nor warrior, but rather adapt to modernity before it is too late.

Jean-Christophe Mounicq is a French writer specializing in economics, world politics and the French political scene. His book "Understanding World War IV" will be published later this year.

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Comments

I agree with the writer. Islam preaches violence and hatred against other Muslims and against non-Muslims. Muslims need to see that they are victims of a religion that has no evidence to support its claims. In the meantime, all non-Muslim countries must bring a complete halt to Muslim immigration and visits to their countries by any Muslims for any reason whatsoever. Muslims are currently on a war path and I am afraid that one day the situation will erupt and millions will die on both sides. I fear that with nuclear weapons and the possibility of a desperate west, many Muslims may be killed with nuclear missiles and be left devastated.

Posted by: Eugene at April 4, 2004 04:53 AM


This is without doubt a sad indication of how ignorant people can demonise a whole people with such ease and fabricated nonsense. The saddest thing of all is that it can be acceptable to the eyes of Jewish people when they have suffered the very same labels and hysterical hate through history.

When such language is used, remember that the accusations are aimed at 1.2 billion people in the world. That's 1,200,000,000 individual lives that are being slandered and dragged through the dirt.

If there is ever to be peace and understanding, this kind of inflamatory and xenophobic trash has to be minimised.

Posted by: John at May 3, 2004 07:53 PM


I think Den Beste put it best when he said: The philosophic justification for the "root causes" argument that we've heard so much about is the point: individual racists are not necessarily evil, even though racism is. Individual racists can be loving and compassionate chauvinistic contempt.

It reached its most pathological in Fisk's notorious attempt to explain away his being beaten by a crowd in Pakistan as ultimately being the result of western imperialism.

This attitude is racism of the characters. There are no villains in the movie, because it's not about that. By soft-pedaling the racism and yet never ducking it, the movie makes a more profound statement about it than some other films which pound it into the ground and paint all the characters as caricatures.

But it goes deeper than that: if we are responsible, then they will live good lives. They are less than we are. This is deeply loving and compassionate chauvinistic contempt.

Mark V. Shaney
"Non calor sed umor est qui nobis incommodat!"

Posted by: Mark V. Shaney at July 4, 2004 04:39 AM


How did we reach this point? How did we learn to hate our neighbor? When did religion stop seeking god and start seeking a victim. I was looking at the picture of the school in Russia and am completly speechless. How can somebody make war on a baby. Where do such evil men come from? What is in a koran that a person could read it and something like that would make sence? As a former Officer in the U.S. Army I can not understand how somebody could follow somebody who could give such orders. Does nobody in the middl east ever say "no, this is crazey?" God bless, America.

Posted by: Dan Ditto at October 10, 2004 11:17 PM


These barbaric fools will be around as long as there are still Islamic states. These places are the breeding ground for terrorists. Its not the ragbag taliban we should be chasing its their sponsers in the middle east. Saudi Arabia and Iran. These 2 nations provide money for most of the lunatics that are out there. Sever the heads of these two monsters then the war will be as good as won.

Posted by: Rupert at January 15, 2007 03:05 PM


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