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September 21, 2005

Muslims Attack Christians--No News at 11

This article by Daniel Pipes was posted on Jewish World Review on 9/13/05--a week ago--but I only just came across it. It describes how, because a West Bank Muslim woman had a love affair with her Christian boss, Muslims stormed the Christian village of Taybeh in which the boss lived.

The woman, 23-year-old Hiyam Ajaj, was killed, of course--one of those lovely "honor killings" we hear so much about. (Her preganancy gave her away.) Apparently, though, this wasn' t enough to satisfy the so-called breach of honor.

The Ajajs and their friends broke into houses and stole furniture, jewelry, and electrical appliances. They threw Molotov cocktails at some buildings and poured kerosene on others, then torched them. The damage included at least 16 houses, some stores, a farm, and a gas station. The assailants vandalized cars, looted extensively, and destroyed a statue of the Virgin Mary.

Isn't that nice? While Muslims who live in countries like Britain are calling "jihad" on Burger King for creating an ice cream logo that is coincidentally similar to an Islamic symbol, Muslims on the West Bank are killing women who dare to fall in love with Christian men and then attacking the village where the Christians live--stealing and destroying property, as well as Christian symbols.

Where's the outrage? Frankly, no one seems to give a darn. More from Pipes:

One factor that could help...would be for mainline Protestant churches to speak out against Palestinian Muslims for tormenting and expelling Palestinian Christians. To date, unfortunately, the Episcopalian, Evangelical Lutheran, Methodist, and Presbyterian churches, as well as the United Church of Christ, have ignored the problem.

Instead, they pursue the self-indulgent path of venting moral outrage against the Israeli bystander and even withdrawing their investment funds from it. As they obsess with Israel but stay silent about Christianity dying in its birthplace one wonders what it will take to awaken them.

As usual, radical Islam gets a pass--even from Christians, who are being persecuted by them. But I guess since it's "over there" and not "over here," it's easy to "overlook."

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