Saturday, November 14, 2009

The “Muslim Backlash” -- in reverse

The MSM, White House and members of the Muslim Community have all chimed in after the Ft. Hood incident on their fears of the impending “backlash” against Muslims.

In an effort to outdo each other in their PCism the left have gone to extreme lengths to downplay the “Muslim Terror” angle of the travesty. The MSM have been repeatedly running appeasement pieces that portrait the perpetrator (Hassan) as suffering from stress related mental conditions as a result of constant teasing and racial attacks against him personally leading up to his melt-down.

The MSM have thrown in a couple of human interest stories on the execution of another terrorist (DC Sniper) that he died peacefully and that his son, on the day of his execution laughed and joked with his father prior to being put to sleep.

I keep waiting for an overblown story to pop up like the “flying Imams” to push their appeasing “guilt ridden” fluff pieces on the public to justify their fears. So far “alls quiet on the Western front”. No mosque burnings, torch carrying mobs or anything of the sort. Nada, Zip, Nothing!

Oh wait, there was a story yesterday about a Muslim.

“Police arrested 22-year-old Abdul Walid Hamid of Hayward on the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 4, after he reportedly tore a crucifix from a person's neck and scared others at Stoneridge Shopping Center.

Hamid, an employee at a mall kiosk near Starbucks, has been charged with battery, terrorist threats and grand theft.

According to reports, Hamid was yelling "Allah is power" and "Islam is great" while holding a pen in a fist over his head. Witnesses said he shouted anti-Christian comments, said police.

Lt. Mike Elerick of the Pleasanton Police Department said the man was not provoked and didn't threaten violence, but he committed robbery when he grabbed and broke a crucifix off someone's neck."

I guess the never ending Muslim backlash provoked this man to the point of a stress related breakdown. I guess we should be grateful that he was only armed with a pen. Then again, the pen is mightier than the sword.

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