Random thoughts about random things
Andrew McCarthy has some random thoughts about the things that folks do
I don’t understand why folks are giving
President Obama and his spokes-minions such a hard time over his
insistence that Ahmedy Coulibaly, the terrorist who just happened to be
Muslim committing terrorism that had nothing to do with Islam, was just
“randomly” picking out folks in Paris to kill when he randomly came upon
a grocery that just happened to be Jewish and, coincidentally, to have
Jews in it, whom he randomly killed.
Sure, we know Coulibaly
called a French TV station during the siege, said he was loyal to the
Islamic State that has nothing to do with Islam, and that he picked this
kosher market because he was targeting Jews. But you can’t believe
everything you hear on TV — just ask Brian Williams.
to think of it, the Paris attack seems an awful lot like another random
one in 2008. Back then, another group of Pakistani terrorists who just
happened to be Muslim, and who belonged to the Lashkar-e-Taiba
Islamic terrorist organization that has nothing to do with Islam, went
looking for random folks to kill and just happened to stumble on the Nariman House, a Chabad Lubavitch Jewish center which, coincidentally, had Jews in it — Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife, Rivka, then six months pregnant.
course, when they were randomly detaining these two folks who happened
to be Jewish before randomly killing them, the terrorists who happened
to be Muslim were overheard in radio transmissions discussing how “the
lives of Jews were worth 50 times those of non-Jews” in this jihad that
had nothing to do with Islam. But hey, totally random, right?
By the way, have you ever flipped randomly through Islamic scripture?
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Labels: Barack Hussein Obama, France, Islam, Islamic terrorism