Wednesday, February 16, 2011

CBS News reporter Lara Logan gets a taste of Islam.

Earlier this week reports of the horrific attack on CBS News anchor Lara Logan by a mob of Muslim men in Egypt rocked the Western world.

“She and her team and their security were surrounded by dangerous elements amidst the celebration. It was a mob of more than 200 people whipped into a frenzy,” CBS said. She “was surrounded and suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating before being saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 Egyptian soldiers.”

A mob of fanatic Muslim men brutally rape and beat an innocent woman, and where are the outcries from the feminists in America? Not a peep. Why? I can think of no other reason other than the fact the perpetrators were Muslim men.

The attack on Lara Logan offers the ignorant layman a glimpse into the Islamic world, and the Islamic attitude towards women. We all know the brutality and oppression Islamic women face in the Middle East and elsewhere. But the treatment towards foreign women (khaffirs) by Muslims is even worse, as we all have seen. Left wingers and feminists in America love to tout their record of fighting for the oppressed, yet they never call out the Muslim world for their barbarity, and sometimes ignore it altogether. It is despicable. It is a crime. In addition to the gangrape of Lara Logan by the religion of Islam, other women in the crowds report being assaulted by Muslim men as well.

In some areas, men formed human chains, cordoning off groups of women and children from pushing hordes. But it wasn't enough protection, and women reported later that they were sexually harassed — stared at, shouted at, and groped — that night.
"All the men were very respectful during the revolution," said Nawla Darwiche, an Egyptian feminist. "Sexual harassment didn't occur during the revolt. It occurred during that night. I was personally harassed that night."

Currently, Muslim radicals are rioting in Iran, Yemen, Bahrain, Libya, Tunisia, and Egypt. Iraq is next. What is the real reason behind the revolution rocking the Middle East? Is it because they all of a sudden really want democracy? That's a first! No, my friends. Don't get caught up in Western ignorance, denial, and stupidity. Muslims do not want democracy, nor do they like it. It is the antithesis of their religion and way of life. I speculate the riots sweeping across the region are the result of two things. One, the final straw between ongoing conflicts between Shia and Sunni, obviously. And two, inherent violence present within the Muslim peoples of the Middle East.

Like the brutal rape of Lara Logan by a gang of 200 Muslim men, Muslims continue to show the world what kind of people they are. Violence and Islam go hand in hand. It has been so since the 7th century. It is my belief that every Muslim man has a deep seeded desire to engage in violence for Allah, and the riots taking place are evidence of this. The bloodthirsty tendencies of Islam have intersected with the modern era of social media and has enabled the message of jihadists like the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qeada to spread like wildfire and spawn demonstrations across the entire region. This is a revolution, an Islamic revolution with a common tie that spans nations and borders. Islamic terrorists support this revolution. Words of praise from both Al Qeada and Iranian dictator Ahmedinejad have been spewed. Just today, over a hundred Islamic terrorists were released from prison in Libya. Is this a good thing? Is this democracy? Hardly. Islamic radicals will take the reigns of these demonstrations and torch the Middle East in radicalism. Mubarak, Ghaddfi, and others may be bad guys. But they are about to be replaced by even worse bad guys.

We can only pray it doesn't get worse. As far as the attack on Lara Logan and other women in Egypt, I don't expect a response or condemnation from Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg, Code Pink, or any other feminist in this country. It would go against their complete acceptance of Islam and all of its brutal practices.


Samuel Gonzalez said...


I got a very bad feeling about Egypt. Love the title of your post.

Gorges Smythe said...

The American people do not understand that Islam itself is the enemy, not just the "radical fringe." If you read in the Koran, you'll find multiple urgings to kill "infidels." Ironically, muslims are equaly adept at killing each other.