Posted by The Right Scoop on March 2, 2012
This is an outrage and then some. America’s pandering to Islam has led to our soldiers potentially facing prosecution for destroying desecrated Korans the proper way. The article doesn’t say what the “further action” will be, but the Afghans are calling for a public trial. Regardless, our President should be standing up for the troops he sent over there, that they did absolutely nothing wrong, instead of allowing NATO to discipline them or put them on trial. But it seems clear he isn’t going to ‘interfere’ and our good men and women will suffer the consequences of appeasement to Islam.
Continue Reading: Afghan-American investigation seeks to punish five American soldiers over Koran burning
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Self-described Muslim, Judge Mark Martin says to PLAINTIFF, “I think our forefathers intended to use the First Amendment so we can speak with our mind, not to piss off other people and cultures — which is what you did,” while dismissing battery charges against Muslim assailant.
Hat Tip to Ward World & Freedom Remembered
Picture of T.J. Conrad, 22 years old killed in Afghanistan because of the burning of a Koran.
Picture of Lt. Col. John D. Loftis, 44 years old killed in Afghanistan because of the burning of a Koran.
Flesh and Blood shed in the name of printed type. WE apologized for destroying a book, but where’s the apology for TJ CONRAD and his now seven month old baby girl pictured here? Where is the apology for JOHN LOFTIS? Why are their lives less valuable than inanimate material?
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“After we’ve been our knees groveling there was an increase in the violence. I mean it isn’t as if it has any effect whatsoever. It whets the appetite. People love to see America on its knees. … There are fifty-six nations in the Islamic conference. Has one apologized for the attacks on the Copts in Egypt? Has the leader of Egypt itself apologized? No! ” The America hating president continues to embarrass the US with his one sided apologies.
By Patrick Goodenough | February 24, 2012
(CNSNews.com) – In the wake of President Barack Obama sending a three-page letter to Afghan President Hamid Kharzai, apologizing for U.S. forces having mistakenly burned some Qur’ans at a U.S. air base in Afghanistan, the Taliban is calling on Muslims to kill Americans or beat them and take them as prisoners.
The call for violence against U.S. troops in Afghanistan came as Muslims in South Asia and elsewhere prepared for Friday prayers–a potentially volatile time.
Islamist groups in Pakistan, meanwhile, drummed up protests against the burning of the Qur’ans, with some leaders appealing for jihad against the United States.
Echoing incendiary calls by the Taliban for Muslims to react violently to the mishandling of the religious texts, militant leaders charged that the incident was a deliberate plot against Muslims.
Continue Reading: Surprise! Surprise! Obama’s apology for Koran burning not accepted
(AP / Evan Vucci
“It is an outrage that President Obama is the one apologizing to Afghan President Karzai on the same day two American troops were murdered and four others injured by an Afghan soldier,” Gingrich said in a statement. ‘It is Hamid Karzai who owes the American people an apology, not the other way around.”
Gingrich continued, “This destructive double standard whereby the United States and its democratic allies refuse to hold accountable leaders who tolerate systematic violence and oppression in their borders must come to an end.”
AFP – February 23, 2012
US President Barack Obama sent Afghan President Hamid Karzai aletter of apology over the burning of copies of the Koran overseen by a US officer at a US military base, Karzai’s office said Thursday.
Obama said the incident was unintentional and pledged a full investigation, the president’s office said, as fierce anti-US protests swept the nation in which at least 14 people have died, including two American soldiers.
“I wish to express my deep regret for the reported incident,” Obama wrote in the letter presented to Karzai by US ambassadorRyan Crocker. “I extend to you and the Afghan people my sincere apologies.”
“The error was inadvertent; I assure you that we will take the appropriate steps to avoid any recurrence, to include holding accountable those responsible,” the letter said.
Continue Reading: Obama expresses ‘deep regret’ over Koran burning