Thursday, May 23, 2013

Is it okay to call this guy a "savage"?



Maybe I should check with Theresa Sparks at the Human Rights Commission before I call this butcher a "savage."

From The Age:

This was an attack from the al-Qaeda handbook. The terrorist group's English-language magazine, Inspire, produced in the Arabian Peninsula, exhorts people to carry out ''lone wolf'' attacks. Articles and advertisements urged readers to use knives and run people down in vehicles, the Daily Mail reported. The first issue of the magazine contained an article ''How to build a bomb in the kitchen of your mom'', which was reportedly used by the Boston Marathon bombers...Britain has spent millions of pounds since the 2005 London Underground attacks to prepare against the threat of terrorism, yet here, in broad daylight, two men brandishing a meat cleaver and a butcher's knife, have shown how cheaply that veneer of security can be punctured. The barbarous horror of freelance jihad has reached the high street.
The nation is in shock, but this has been security chiefs' greatest fear, an attack straight from the playbook of the new, ''lone-wolf'' brand of terrorism...

Andrew Bostom on the "al-Qaeda handbook" and "lone wolf" jihad. This is not the first such attack, and it won't be the last.

Thanks to Jihad Watch for the link.

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