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Dress Like Mohammed Day?

September 10th, 2010
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I don’t believe in book burning, never have. Otherwise, I would have spent last weekend in the bookshops buying cheap copies of Handmaids Tale and The Edible Woman for our Saturday Night So Pastor Terry Jones and his Church of the Dove’s Qur’an burning don’t appeal to me. I think they are wrong, just as the people who want to build the New York City Mosque are wrong: just because it’s legal to do it, doesn’t mean it’s the right thing to do.

Yesterday I was listening to the radio, and they were discussing this issue. Most people seemed to sympathize, but disagree with Pastor Terry. Then one guy phones in: “We should all wear traditional Muslim dress on that day to express our support for the Muslim community.” This lunatic wants you to dress like a desert Bedouin on Sept 11th, to show support for the guys who flew the plane?

Then there’s John Hawkes, who’s letter was published in the Toronto Sun on Thursday:

What does this idiot think he will accomplish by burning a Qur’an? Pastor Terry Jones has a belly-full of hate and little else. He’s as bad an example of a Christian as any Islamic terrorist is a bad example of a Muslim.

Put another way, since you have that fire going, you might as well throw a few Chechen school-children on. And he’s calling someone else an idiot.

The problem isn’t some nut Pastor, it’s these moral equivocators, who see no difference in burning down a building with a thousand people inside and burning a Qur’an.

There will be no Muslim dress for me tomorrow, but I will be commemorating Sept 11 by joining Project 2,996. If you have a blog and a bit of time,why not write a tribute for a victim of 911.

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Mark Steyn on Richard Evans

April 7th, 2008

Richard at Let Freedom Reign has a post today, via Mitchieville, about some same sex books being removed from a Bristol classroom due to Muslim complaints. As Richard says at the end of his post:

Can’t say that we didn’t see this coming…

I wonder if the gay activists will continue to show up and proudly wave their flags at the pro-terrorist rallys.

Note to Richard: I was going to comment at LFR, but couldn’t figure out commenting on your new format (which I like by the way). So here is what I was going to say:

As Mark Steyn wrote in the prologue to America Alone:

I’m a “social conservative.” When the mullahs take over, I’ll grow my beard a little fuller, get a couple of extra wives, and keep my head down. It’s the feminists and gays who’ll have a tougher time. (page xxvii, hardback edition, published 2006)

Like you said Richard, can’t say we didn’t see this coming.

Oh, and sorry Richard, Mark Steyn wasn’t really talking about you.

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