Two Extremely Important Issues
ANOTHER weekend of golf, Barack
We would like to bring to the forefront of our reporting two very irresponsible matters that occurred over this weekend. Of the first part it is rather apparent that whatever Islamic terrorist organization that is creating mass terror are simply not in contact or communication with each other.
Nowhere is this demonstrated more than in Copenhagen, Denmark. The man believed to be responsible for two separate shooting attacks in Copenhagen on Saturday and early Sunday has been shot dead by Danish police.
Authorities in Denmark now say the gunman, who has yet to be identified, was “maybe inspired” by the deadly shootings in Paris last month at the offices of the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo and at a Kosher supermarket.
Hours after the gunman opened fire at a free speech event in the capital, where controversial cartoonist Lars Vilks was speaking, it is believed he fired shots at a synagogue. One person died at the first attack at the Krudttonden cafe in Copenhagen, where the French ambassador to Denmark, Francois Zimeray, was also attending the event.
“We do not know the motive for the alleged perpetrator’s actions, but we know that there are forces that want to hurt Denmark. They want to rebuke our freedom of speech.” Therefore, it is our understanding that religion would be held up equally with freedom of speech or politics as some have suggested.
The first shooting happened before 4 p.m. when the gunman used an automatic weapon to shoot through the windows of the Krudttoenden cultural center during a panel discussion on freedom of expression featuring a Swedish artist who had caricatured the Prophet Muhammad. The artist, Lars Vilks, was whisked away unharmed by his bodyguards, but Noergaard (first victim) was killed and three police officers were wounded.
We mean absolutely no disregard for the Danish authorities inasmuch as they have had this murderer on the watch list, photos of him, all correct bodily measurements, it seems from our investigation that the authorities knew this man and had him on several lists. However, it only goes to show that no matter how many lists one can be on if they have a mission no one will be able to stop them.
There is at this juncture some inter comingling of motives with regards to the Islamic state now. To include our own President Obama who just cannot seem to mutter these words together — Islam — terror — and extremist we feel that in doing so, Obama is not fully seeing the full picture between killing for the sakes of Islam, bring terror to those who will not convert religious beliefs, and the entire issue is being done by some radical people.
Please let us not forget international terror threats against people. To hold the artist Lars Vilks under terror for his live for something he drew should size up Islamic terrorism or Islamic extremism. Is there anyone around right now who knew Mohammed? How can any responsible religion, better yet, person indict a man drawn in a cartoon as being Mohammed? Who knows what Mohammed looked like?
The difficulties we are having to this point — especially with consideration given to our second point.
An international rights group said Shiite militias allied with Iraqi security forces have escalated a campaign of abuse against Sunni residents in recent months, as gunmen assassinated a prominent Sunni tribal leader during an ambush in a Shiite district in Baghdad.
New York-based Human Rights Watch said in a statement that the militiamen, who are part of the fight against the Islamic State group, have begun driving Sunni families from their homes, kidnapping or summarily executing them in some cases.
“Iraqi civilians are being hammered by ISIS and then by pro-government militias in areas they seize from ISIS,” said Joe Stork, deputy Middle East and North Africa director at Human Rights Watch.