That’s the title of this must-read piece in Front Page magazine by Robert Spencer. Here’s the intro:
“Each of us was raped by between three and six men….One woman refused to have sex with them, so they split her head into pieces with an axe in front of us.”
This happened in Darfur, from which Sudanese military personnel actually airlifted women to Khartoum to serve as sex slaves.
Meanwhile, Indira Dzetskelova, the mother of one of the child hostages in Beslan, Russia, reports that “several 15-year-old girls were raped by terrorists.” Her daughter “heard their terrible cries and screams when those monsters took them away.”
This indicates that there are two things the massacre in Beslan have in common with the ongoing massacres in Darfur: both, no less than the 9/11 attacks, are examples of Islamic jihad terrorism, and both are characterized by rape…
The AP reports further on the horror in Darfur:
Pro-government Arab militias, known as Janjaweed, are accused of waging a 19-month campaign of murder, rape and arson in Darfur. According to United Nations estimates, more than 1.2 million people have fled their homes to escape the violence and more than 50,000 have died.
The United Nations calls Darfur the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. The United States and others call it genocide…
Meanwhile, in France, gang rapes of Muslim girls and women are on the rise. The culprits are Islamic fundamentalist thugs.
Robert Spencer’s questions are right on:
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Where are the reformers who will dare to say that Muhammad’s example must not be followed in this case? Who will acknowledge that the world has developed principles of human rights that must supercede those forged in seventh-century Arabia? Where are the Western spokesmen who are not so in thrall to multiculturalism that they will condemn rape that is justified according to Islamic religious principles?
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