Friday, February 20, 2015

Why Can't White House Just Say ISIS Beheaded Christians?

Terrorism: As in Paris, where the White House insists four Jews in a kosher market were randomly selected for slaughter, the statement condemning IS beheading 21 Egyptians omits a key fact: all were Christians.
Speaking of the Chapel Hill, N.C., murder of three Muslims, President Obama, as his FBI began an investigation into whether it was a "hate crime," issued a statement saying that "no one in the United States of America should ever be targeted because of who they are, what they look like or how they worship."
Indeed not. Yet, we could find no such sentiment or statement by Obama condemning as a religiously motivated hate crime in the September 2014 beheading of an Oklahoma Christian woman by a former co-worker for not heeding his demand to convert to Islam or die.
Dare we say it depends on whose ox is being gored? Obama — who apologized to the United Nations after the Benghazi terrorist attack, saying a video offensive to Muslims prompted it — also said, "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam."
Egyptians light candles at St. Mark's Cathedral in Cairo on
Tuesday, during a vigil for Christians who were killed by
Islamic State terrorists in Libya. AP
That declaration would seem to include the staff of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, who were accused of doing just that before a terrorist attack killed eight journalists. The massacre at Fort Hood was "workplace violence,"not a jihad terrorist attack by Maj. Nidal Hasan against Western "crusaders."
The lives of the four Jews killed in a kosher market in Paris were dismissed by Obama as "a bunch of folks in a deli" shot "randomly" as they happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Detect a pattern here?
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