Back to Iraq

Two PJ Media Trifecta videos with Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green

Part I: Where the Caliphate is So Bad, Al Qaeda Disowned It

Part II: Obama Yanked the Troops and Iraq Collapsed, Should We Go Back?

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Islamists seek to destroy Israel and leftist say, “Negotiate with them!”

It’s a figment of their imagination, but leftists evidently believe that
only through persistent negotiation and compromise with evil
can peace everlasting be bought.  


A burglar breaks into your home to rape you and steal your TV set. Don’t shoot. Meet him at least half way and he may agree merely to rape you. That’s the modern version of a “win win” situation. He can come back for the TV later, while you are hospitalized to recover from being raped.

History is being ignored

Islam, a fanatical cult like Hitler’s, wants to conquer your ally, Israel, and eliminate the “Jewish problem” there. Negotiate like Chamberlain and demand that Israel yield to its “reasonable” demands. All may turn out OK for you briefly, but not for Israel — while Islam continues to prepare for war on your own country and much of the rest of the somewhat free world. You will be praised (briefly and mainly by the left) for bringing peace in your time, and what could be sweeter than that?

Don’t consider any lessons of history; that’s old fashioned and this is the Age of Aquarius Obama. His legacy needs to be that He brought peace in His time; war (in His time) is prohibited.

Do we have a Churchill? Does Israel?

We need a Churchill and so does Israel. So does formerly Great Britain, which on August 12th announced the suspension of arms exports to Israel should fighting resume.

Britain said on Tuesday it would suspend 12 licenses to export military items to Israel, including tank, aircraft and radar parts, if hostilities with Hamas in Gaza resumed, citing concerns the exports may be used to breach international laws. [Emphasis added.]

Britain said last week it was reviewing all arms export licenses to Israel after fierce fighting which has resulted in heavy civilian casualties in the Palestinian enclave of Gaza.

Israel is fighting for her survival against Hamas, Islamic Jihad, its other brother “freedom fighters” and their supporters such as Iran, which also seek the death of Israel and Jews. So does the “moderate” Palestinian Authority (PA).

Palestinian Authority Envoy to Tehran Salah al-Zawawi told supporters of Gaza on Tuesday that “Israel’s annihilation has begun and the new generation in Iran will certainly witness our victory over Israel, “according to Iranian semi-official state news agency Fars.”

. . . .

During Operation Protective Edge, Iranian military commanders called for a formal alliance among Iran, Syria, Hezbollah in Lebanon and Hamas in Gaza to fight “the Zionist enemy.” On Monday, the deputy chief of staff of the Iranian Army called for an armed Palestinian Intifada in the West Bank.

Hamas has acknowledged that it wants ceasefires to prepare for further military action against Israel.

Even as Israeli representatives are in Cairo to discuss a truce with Hamas on Tuesday, the terrorist group is taking pains to clarify it has no intentions of desisting from trying to wipe Israel off the map.

Hamas’s “military wing,” the Al-Qassam Brigades, released a statement presenting its position on the ongoing talks in Egypt.

“The warriors in Gaza are waiting with Allah’s help to renew the fighting, or to return to planning the next campaign. There’s no escape. Either jihad or planning (for the next jihad),” declared the statement. [Emphasis added.]

Nevertheless, it is the leftist view that Israel should continue to enter into multiple ceasefires, continue to negotiate for peace with Hamas, et al and yield to their “reasonable” demands. That might bring peace for a few days, or for as long as Hamas, et al, consider necessary to rearm and refurbish their military infrastructures to pursue their goal, Israel’s destruction. The left doesn’t mind. (Note: the video immediately below gets to the point at about the four minute mark.)

The Islamic State

Like Hamas, the Islamic State — which has joined Hamas in Gaza — seeks death for its enemies — Christians, the very few remaining Jews, Yazidis and Islamists of differing ideologies. It has enjoyed substantial success. Even so,

The United States has ironically called for greater cooperation.  UN Ambassador, Samantha Power, urged ‘all parties to the conflict’ to allow access to UN relief agencies. She called on Iraqis to ‘come together’ so that Iraq will ‘get back on the path to a peaceful future’ and ‘prevent ISIL from obliterating Iraq’s vibrant diversity’. [Emphasis added.]

Of course it is not ‘vibrant diversity’ which is being wiped out in Iraq, but men, women and children by their tens of thousands.  This is not about the failure of coexistence, and the problem is not ‘conflict’. This is not about people who have trouble getting on and who need to somehow make up and ‘come together’. It is about a well-articulated and well-documented theological worldview hell-bent on dominating ‘infidels’, if necessary wiping them off the face of the earth, in order to establish the power and grandeur of a radical vision of Islam. [Emphasis added.]

. . . .

[T]he West is in the grip of theological illiteracy.  It has stubbornly refused to grasp the implications of a global Islamic revival which has been gaining steam for the best part of a century.  The Islamic Movement looks back to the glory days of conquest as Islam’s finest hour, and seeks to revive Islamic supremacy through jihad and sacrifice.  It longs for a truly Islamic state – the caliphate reborn – and considers jihad to be the God-given means to usher it in. [Emphasis added.]

This worldview was promoted in compelling, visionary terms by Indian scholar Abul A’la Maududi, whose writings continue to be widely disseminated by Islamic bookshops and mosques across the West.  Maududi argued in his radicalisation primer Let us be Muslims that the only valid form of government is Islamic theocracy – i.e. sharia rule – and Muslims are duty-bound to use whatever power they can muster to impose this goal on the world: ‘whoever you are, in whichever country you live, you must strive to change the wrong basis of government, and seize all powers to rule and make laws from those who do not fear God. … The name of this striving is jihad.’  And ‘If you believe Islam to be true, you have no alternative but to exert your utmost strength to make it prevail on earth: you either establish it or give your lives in this struggle.’

Belatedly and at least for now, Obama’s America — along with Iran — has dipped its toes in the water by taking limited military actions against the Islamic State; it may consider doing a little bit more militarily. Even the Vatican is urging limited military action in Iraq.

Military intervention in Iraq may be the only way to stop the genocide against the country’s Christian minority by the Islamic State (formerly the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS), a senior Vatican diplomat says. [Emphasis added.]

Will “limited” military action be sufficient, or would it need to be proportional to the long term and limitless Islamic threat?

Since IS is not yet an existential threat to Obama’s America, will the leftist cry of “Negotiate!” soon be heard if IS pauses briefly to regroup in its genocidal efforts in Iraq? Were the words of the U.S. Ambassador to the UN referenced above a beginning? A trial balloon? Peace, of sorts, might result for awhile as IS pursues its long term goal of peace everlasting through death. Do we care about long term Islamic goals? “We” seem not to have paid much attention in the recent past.

Obama Clinton and Muslim Brotherhood

Hamas, et al, have not yet enjoyed successes comparable to those of IS, and Obama’s America as well as other other allies continue to urge Israel to continue to negotiate a “peaceful settlement” with Hamas, et al.

There is a double standard

The world agrees that the Islamic State (IS) is morally repugnant and must be stopped from wiping out 40,000 mountain-bound Yazdis, but Hamas is able to escape the same condemnation. Why is IS’s sudden genocide of Yazdis alarming, but Hamas’s agenda of genocide against six million Jews in Israel given a pass? [Emphasis added.]

The double standards in dealing with Hamas and IS are logically incoherent. Both implement sharia governance, deliberately target civilians, have genocidal beliefs and seek the establishment of a caliphate.

Hamas would love nothing more than to put Israelis in the position that the Yazidis are in today. Article 7 of its founding charter quotes from a commonly quoted hadith:

“The prophet, prayer and peace be upon him, said: The time will not come until Muslims will fight the Jews (and kill them); until the Jews hide behind rocks and trees, which will cry: O Muslim! there is a Jew hiding behind me, come on and kill him! This will not apply to the Gharqad, which is a Jewish tree (cited by Bukhari and Muslim).”

Hamas not only want to eliminate the state of Israel — a genocidal aspiration in its own right — but Hamas explicitly believes it is required by Allah to wage war against Jews until the end of time. Just as IS believes that the Yazdis are apostates deserving of death, Hamas sees Jews as the incarnation of evil. [Emphasis added.]

. . ..

IS and Hamas violate every standard of morality. They stand together, shoulder-to-shoulder, waging the same overall jihad – only in different battlefields.

There are few Jews left in Iraq. There are many in Israel and more continue to arrive. Might that be among the reasons for a double standard?

In the next video, Geert Wilders presents his views on the Islamic threat.

By rejecting the religion of death peace, Mr. Wilders rejects the version of peace sought by Islam. Here’s are examples of Islam’s efforts to pursue “peace” and what its efforts bring:

But isn’t the peace of Islam good enough for a “war weary,” multicultural and post-sanity nation? Much depends on which way unicorn worshipers and other leftists believe the winds are blowing.

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Are Islamists becoming Nigerian spam artists?

Here is a great opportunity to support a spam artist
help spread the word of Allah. I had to rescue it
from my apostate spam filter.

What a great chance to win $12,000,000! Allah, Imam Obama and Orgasms for Obama Organizing for Action should be very proud. They all need help.



I am the above named person from Kuwait. I am married to Late herina bana
of blessed memory who worked with Kuwait embassy in Sudan for nine years
before he died in the year 2008. We were married for eleven years without
a child. He died after a brief illness that lasted for only four days.

Before his death we were both very devoted muslims.

Since his death I too have been battling with both cancer and fibroid
problems.When my late husband was alive he deposited the sum of $12
Million (Twelve Million U.S. Dollars) with an oversea security firm /
finance company.

Presently, this money is still with the security firm /finance company in
United Kingdom ,Europe. Recently, my Doctor told me that I would not last
for the next three months due to cancer problem. Though what disturbs me
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this fund to either a moslem organisation or devoted muslim individual
that will utilize this money the way I am going to instruct herein. I
want this muslim organisation or individual to use this money in all
sincererity to fund mosques, orphanages,widows and also propagating the
word of ALLAH and to ensure that the society upholds the views and beliefs
of the holy Quran.

The holy Quran emphasized so much on ALLAH’S benevolence and this has
encouraged me to take this bold step. I took this decision because I
don’t have any child that will inherit this money and my husband
relatives are new Christians converts and I don’t want my husband’s hard
earned money to be misused by people I call unbelievers.

I don’t want a situation where this money will be used in an unholy
manner. Hence the reason for taking this bold decision. I know that after
death I will be with ALLAH the most beneficient and the most merciful. I
don’t need any telephone communication in this regard because of my health
and the presence of my husband’s relatives around me always. I don’t want
them to know about this development.

With ALLAH all things are possible. As soon as I receive your reply I
shall give you the contact of the Security Company. I will also issue you
a letter of authority that will prove you as the original beneficiary of
this fund. I want you and the Muslim community where you reside to always pray for me. My happiness is that I lived a life of a true devoted muslim worthy of emulation. Whoever that wants to serve the ALLAH must serve him in truth and in fairness. [Emphasis added.]

Please always be prayerful all through your life. Any delay in your reply
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Mrs Aisha Hassan

Oh well. Maybe Pat Condell will be interested.

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Kerry heads to Iraq to start the peace process

Basking in the glow of his anticipated success in arranging peace among Israel, the Palestinian Authority, Hamas and others, Secretary Kerry
now plans to work his magic in Iraq.

Kerry I'm an idiot

According to this racist rant by former Ambassador Bolton, the Obama Nation has no strategy:

There is a clear strategy: send Secretary Kerry to bring peace and prosperity to Iraq. That is the only strategy that can bring a lasting peace.

Here’s part of another racist rant from Half Baked Breitbart:

[W]ith Obama’s latest decision to launch airstrikes against the Islamic State in the Levant (ISIL or ISIS), the Obama Doctrine has now come into focus: pretend to give a damn about suffering of innocents when it hits the headlines, ignore it the rest of the time.

Because Obama doesn’t truly care. At all. He is a master emotional manipulator, capable of achieving effective posturing when it comes to the suffering of innocents. That’s why the media constantly swoon at his “tone” and his “attitude” during his press conferences. They repeatedly praise his “anger” or his “determination.” But they rarely ask just what he’s doing to fight evil. [Emphasis added.]

Any deployment of power will be short-term and ineffective. Obama will do all he can for innocents up until the moment when he doesn’t have to do so. Then he’ll leave them to die.

Nonsense. Secretary Kerry will be far more effective than any puny military action that could possibly be taken by Obama’s America. Indeed, it has not yet even been able to achieve full gender equality, so how could it possibly be expected to fight effectively in a foreign kinetic action?

Having witnessed Israel’s massively genocidal efforts in Gaza and elsewhere to expand its apartheid state, Secretary Kerry is well prepared to deal with the Islamic State’s moderate and only semi-genocidal efforts against Yazidi and the few remaining Christians now that all or nearly all of the Jews have left.

Secretary Kerry knows that terrorism alleged workplace violence has root causes — poverty, resentment, hatred, boredom, scabies and rabies. Just as there is no such thing as a bad boy, there is no such thing as a bad jihadist Sunni or Shia. They simply want to be understood and loved for what they really are, not hated because of how the ill-informed falsely portray them. Honorable, peace loving religious folk, they love little children to death. In the service of Allah, they seek only the best for them and their beloved but beleaguered families.

Secretary Kerry is presently en route to Iraq. Although he had hoped to conduct his negotiations at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, it keeps moving around and occasionally comes under hostile fire. That is no problem for a seasoned war hero such as John Kerry, but could prove bothersome for others, whom he bravely salutes nonetheless.

We who also serve salute you!

We who bravely served salute you!

The negotiations will, therefore, be held at the Iranian embassy, insha’Allah.

There, Secretary Kerry will first meet with the Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohamed Ben-Lyin, to explore common U.S. and Iranian interests in Iraq and to push forward with the P5 + 1 Iranian nukes for peace scam process. He will then meet separately with representatives of the Iraqi government, Kurdish authorities, leaders of the Yazidi sect and leaders of the Islamic State to arrange a ceasefire. During the ceasefire, the Islamic State will properly replenish its supply of weapons for peace. The others should nurse their ill and wounded, subdue their egos and try to become reasonable enough to find a common ground with the Islamic State. There is always a common ground, and Secretary Kerry will do his best to help them to find it.

In the final analysis, the Iraqi government, the Kurds, the Yazidi and the Islamic State should be able to agree on enough of the basic principles of Islam to form a unified caliphate and thereby bring eventual peace to the entire region, with the obvious exception of obstinate and therefore insignificant little Israel.

Secretary Kerry tried, thus far with only minimal success, to help Israel, Hamas, Islamic Jihad and Fatah find a similar common ground and attain his lofty goal of a fair and equitable unified government. Although he was not completely successful, there is always hope for humanitarian compromise. He will keep trying, bravely yet humbly, as always.


Secretary Kerry is at his very best when arranging compromising situations. It is to be hoped that in Iran there will be no obstinate fools like Netanyahu to undermine his Herculean efforts. The times are changing. If in these circumstances he can’t produce a fair and equitable solution leading to peace and understanding, nobody can.


An article by Rick Moran at PJ Tatler titled Obama Says No Timetable for Iraq Operations notes,

The president stopped by the South Lawn of the White House before boarding his helicopter for a trip to Martha’s Vineyard and the start of his vacation to make a statement on the situation in Iraq and take a few questions from friendly reporters.

In a “scathing editorial,” the Washington Post said the president’s Iraq policy “isn’t connected” to a “coherent strategy” and that it’s “minimalist” and “unrealistic.” Has He ever had a “realistic,” “coherent” foreign policy strategy?”

Mr. Moran notes,

If the president’s policy is to buy time for the Iraqi government to get their act together by keeping the Islamic State away from Baghdad and Irbil, the Kurdish capital, he may be in for a long wait. The deep-seated resentments of the Sunnis is what’s driving the Islamic State forward, as the terrorist militia is actually quite small. It is augmented by Sunni militias and remnants of Saddam Hussein’s Ba’ath party. Prime Minister Maliki has shown absolutely no sign so far that he is willing to share power with either the Sunnis or the Kurds. Not even the immense threat from the Islamic State has convinced him to change.

It may be better than sending Kerry, but not much.

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Hamas wants civilian casualties and the media love them

Hamas, et al, have done a splendid job of helping Western media to blame Israel for noncombatant casualties in Gaza.
There are none so blind as those who refuse to see.

Mr. Media

I see only what I want to see.

Although accused of intentionally causing “civilian” casualties in Gaza, Israel has done more than any other nation at war to prevent casualties among enemy noncombatants.

The first five videos provided immediately below show the efforts of Hamas, et al, to put Gazan noncombatants in harm’s way by using civilian facilities in Gaza as rocket launching points, Israel’s efforts to reduce noncombatant casualties to the extent possible and to provide medical treat for injured Gazans. The sixth video features a Gazan female who tried to “thank” Israeli medical personnel who had saved her life by murdering them and killing herself with a suicide bomb.






Here are two video from India’s NDTV showing Hamas missiles fired from a civilian hotel in Gaza.


Churches? Mosques? No problem.

Pat Condell got it right in this video:

“Reporters” for the “legitimate media” have news sources in Gaza who could provide pertinent information. Some “reporters” live in hotels from the grounds of which missiles are fired into Israel. For the most part, they chose to rely on propaganda provided by Hamas, et al, operatives rather than on their own eyes and ears





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The Battle for Iraq

The Battle for Iraq, Vice News, You Tube, June 17 – 27, 2014

Here is the five part series:

Part I

Part II


Part III

Part IV

Part V


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Notorious UK paper posts op-ed by failed US president defending racist extremists


Dear old Jimmy Carter, the patron saint of terrorist organizations and dictators, who so loves the poor, disenfranchised and oppressed that he needs increasing numbers of them. But enough about him.

An article by Andrew C. McCarthy at PJ Media titled Carter and Robinson: The Hamas Jihad’s Useful Idiots observes that

Mrs. Robinson is the former president of Ireland and UN high commissioner for human rights, whose pro-terrorist sympathies and anti-Israel animus were ably chronicled several years back by Michael Rubin. (See “Mary Robinson, War Criminal?”.) In 2001, she led the notorious Durban conference (the “World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Zenophobia and Related Intolerance”) that was so rabidly anti-Semitic the American delegation stormed out. Yet, eight years later under a new, hard-Left administration, there stood Robinson in the White House being honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. [Emphasis added.]

. . . .

The operating assumption of their op-ed is that Israel must cooperate in its own demise by ceasing to defend itself and abandoning the blockades absent which Hamas would quickly acquire even more deadly mass-destruction weapons. Furthermore, Hamas’ raison d’être is the annihilation of Israel by terrorist jihad; so by the authors’ reasoning, it could never be expected to agree to non-violent coexistence with a Jewish state since that would amount to the demise of Hamas.

Carter and Robinson are quite a team.

Originally posted on CiF Watch:

Jimmy Carter embraces Khaled Mashal

Jimmy Carter embraces Khaled Mashal

Perhaps no phrase more accurately embodies the moral relativism which began capturing the zeitgeist during the 60s and 70s than ‘one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter‘.

If Cyrus Vance,Jimmy Carter’s Secretary of State, aptly echoed the political derivative of this principle when he asserted that U.S. and Soviet leaders “have similar dreams and aspirations about the most fundamental issues”, then his boss’s career after being rejected by the American electorate would come to embody the truism that dangerous ideas which begin on the intellectual margins can slowly become conventional wisdom among political leaders and the opinion elite. 

Indeed, Carter’s history of shillingfor the terror groupHamas is perfectly consistent with his perverse empathy for dictators and tyrants around the globe in the name of ‘peace’ while, conversely, demonizing and smearing progressive democratic states like Israel.

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