Thursday, April 25, 2013

Studies in Islam: Another Proud Mother

Now that it has been established, beyond any doubt, that the bombers of the Boston Marathon were, in fact, committed Muslims, the world is beholding yet again the insatiable bloodlust of the followers of "the religion of peace."  What is instructive, however, is not that they were Muslims, but that one of them was what is usually termed a "moderate Muslim."  In any case, their Mother, now living in Russia, is proud of both of them.  Of course.

The eldest of the two bombers, Tamerlan Tsarnev (26), was ushered into Hell, and the presence of the "prophet" Muhammad, during a shootout with Boston police a few days after the bombings.  It has now come to light that not only was he a freelance Muslim terrorist, but had actually been in the CIA terrorist database for 18 months prior to the Marathon attack.  (He had also been investigated by the FBI, at the request of the Russian government, before that.)  With both the CIA and the FBI aware of his proclivities, he and his younger brother, Dzhokar (19), had been enjoying the hospitality of Boston for years: Tamerlan came to the United States in 2002, and converted to Islam through the efforts of "moderate, peaceful" Mohammedans in 2008, and Dzokhar had been here since he was eight years old.  

Tamerlan was a typical believing Muslim; he beat and otherwise abused his wife, and was at least suspected of being involved in various felonies,** while he and his family collected welfare benefits, scholarship funds, and various other amenities. Dzhokar, now lying in a Boston hospital, gradually converted to Islam as well, but on a strictly amateur basis.  But when Mohammedanism comes to term in any man or woman's life, a moment comes to "turn pro."  Dzhokar did this by assisting his brother in the bombing of the Marathon, and in planning future attacks elsewhere.*

Nevertheless, Mama couldn't be any less repentant, or any less proud.   In an interview this week, she expressed her feelings as follows:


There is the voice of Islam, as expressed by a typical (although non-Arab) Muslim woman.  "Allahu akbar!"  Glory to the no-name deity ("Allah" simply means "the god"), even as one's children are needlessly killing innocent civilians and being killed in turn.  Hatred and bloodlust that runs so deep is sub-human.

No, the brothers Tsarnev weren't members of Al Qaeda, or Hamas, or any of the other most faithful Muslim groups; as noted, they were freelancers (although literature provided by Al Qaeda taught them how to construct their bombs). But a Muslim freelancer is no less a savage than Osama Bin Laden. Islam is hate, and death, and it cannot be refined or reformed.***

Meanwhile, elsewhere in Boston and throughout America, non-Muslim parents mourned for the other three people killed that day - - - who died because they didn't follow the demon-possessed savage, Muhammad.

* UPDATE:  Although this probably does nothing to diminish Mama Tsarnev's pride in her two boys, it now appears that they were, in fact, anything but unknown, "lone wolf" terrorists.  According to the May 1 Boston Globe, three more suspects in the case have now been detained: also Muslims, and also Khazaks like the Tsarnevs.  Additionally, the Saudi government has now denied earlier reports that it warned the U.S. State Department about Tamerlan Tsarnev in 2012.  This denial appears to be yet another example of taqiyya, or "lying for Islam," which is an important and universally accepted practice within "the religion of peace."

** UPDATE #2: As suspected earlier, but now officially confirmed by Middlesex County investigators (May 11),  these included a gruesome triple murder in 2011. 

*** UPDATE #3: According to CBS News, the younger brother's commitment to Mohammedanism was far more than a passing fancy: 

"Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left claiming responsibility for the April 13 attack on the Boston Marathon, reports CBS News senior correspondent John Miller.
Sources tell Miller that Tsarnaev wrote the note in the boat he was hiding in as police pursued him, and as he bled from gunshot wounds sustained in an earlier shootout between police and his older brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

"The note, scrawled with a pen on the interior wall of the cabin, said the bombings were retribution for U.S. military action in Afghanistan and Iraq, and called the Boston victims collateral damage in the same way Muslims have been in the American-led wars. "When you attack one Muslim, you attack all Muslims," the note added.

"Dzhokar said he didn't mourn older brother Tamerlan, the other suspect in the bombings, writing that by that point, Tamerlan was a martyr in paradise -- and that he expected to join him there." (May 16, 2013)

1 comment:

  1. That's pretty scary. From the look of it, the apple indeed didn't fall far from the tree in this case. Nice to know the likes of them subsist off of your tax dollars, eh?