Monday, January 17, 2022

Interesting Reactions To Events, Aren't They?

Mr. B of In The Middle Of The Right sent me a link in the comments to the Daily Mail a newspaper with some very good coverage of the Texas Synagogue attack and the reaction among the terrorist's fellow adherents back in Ol' Blighty, who while many are now British subjects, are no exactly what you'd first think of when the stereotypical British subject come to mind.

Of course it's blamed on the attackers "mental health" and his family are condemning the crime but of course throwing some nice and false moral relativism in:

'Obviously our priority will be to get him back to the UK for his funeral prayers although we have been warned it could take weeks.

'We would also like to add that any attack on any human being be it a Jew, Christian or Muslim etc is wrong and should always be condemned.

'It is absolutely inexcusable for a Muslim to attack a Jew or for any Jew to attack a Muslim, Christian, Hindu vice versa etc.'

Nice relativism and cute deflection there.

Interestingly, and while given coverage what is rather unremarked upon is the reaction of the Blackburn, England Muslim communityfrom whence the attacker came to the event and his death:


One doesn't typically comment that a terrorist has "sadly departed from this temporary world" and one typically does not welcome a criminal to the "highest ranks of Paradise" now does one? Highest ranks of Paradise in Islam are reserved for those fighting Jihad, aren't they? Interesting reaction from the Blackburn Muslim community, that.


MrGarabaldi said...

Hey Aaron;

Ya noticed that too? Funny that tweet will be accepted as "Oh Soo Nice" by the "Lets Play nice" left when it comes to the adherents of islam especially when it comes to antisemitism. They will them bury this as fast as possible since it goes against "Da Narrative". The Media and POTUS and dyed in the wool leftist Yevsektsiya have been going out of their way soft soaping this and blaming guns, GOP,Trump and White supremacist everything but the the tenets of islam according to the twitter feeds I have been paying attention to. According to them, they are just another "marginalized group not responsible for the actions of one". Really?

Midwest Chick said...

I had the same thoughts you laid out in your post. You put them much better than I could!