| Washington Compost hails al-Baghdadi as “austere religious scholar”
| Monday, October 28, 2019
Adolf Hitler, Austrian vegan activist and landscape painter, dies at 56. Hitler's early demise deprived the world of his wonderful painting.
We'll never know how his technique would have evolved. And now with Baghdadi dead, his quest to bring his religious theories to fulfillment has been cut short. Both were important influencers of culture.
John Wilkes Booth, renowned actor, volunteer soldier, medicine man, activist, and firearms enthusiast, passed away on a farm at age 26.
My thoughts exactly. Agrarian Joseph Stalin Transformed Russia from Corrupt Capitalist State to Eco-friendly Family Owned Farms. Pablo Escobar: former politician, avid agriculturalist and soccer fan, passes away in custody. Austere religious Islamic scholar commits suicide and takes three innocent kids with him.
Ilhan Omar is grieving over the death of Al-Baghdadi.
Jihad Watch : Washington
Post Compost hails al-Baghdadi as “austere religious scholar”. The Washington Post has now changed this headline, apparently after
receiving torrents of ridicule for it, but consider this: imagine if a
prominent foe of jihad terror died, and the Washington Post was writing
about his death.
Imagine that this individual had never called for or
condoned any violence, much less terrorism, and had stood all his life
for the freedom of speech, the freedom of conscience, and the equality
of rights of all people before the law. And he wrote about how Islamic
jihadis used the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and
oppression. Do you think the Washington Post would headline his obituary
in such a respectful manner?
Of course they wouldn’t. They would headline their story, “Far-Right
Islamophobic Extremist Dies” or some such. If such a person were
murdered, they would suggest in their story that he brought it on
himself with his “extremist” rhetoric. But al-Baghdadi, a mass murderer, enslaver of Infidel women, villain
of history? An “austere religious scholar.” That’s where we are today.
Also, it’s likely that the Post’s propaganda masters were unhappy
with this headline for implying a negative view of Islam. Al-Baghdadi, a
twister and hijacker of the true, peaceful Islam, a “religious
Actually, it was accurate: he had a PhD in Islamic theology.
But that fact doesn’t fit the narrative, and so must be deep-sixed.
|posted by Major D Swami (Retired) @ 11:45 PM