Pamela Geller, Breitbart: Where Are the ‘Moderate’ Muslims?


Hamas in America, the Muslim Brotherhood group CAIR, is exploding over my piece in today's Breitbart News:

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Of course, the Hamas group CAIR considers itself moderate because its operatives haven't strapped one on. They only provide cover for those who strap the bombs on. That's a moderate. This former Hamas-CAIR official justified the London beheading. He said "American soldiers commit worse atrocities against Muslims every day."

Look at Hamas-CAIR partnering with the craven LGF. Remember when I linked them in 2007 and the right turned on me? I was so right. And the big blogs on the right learned the hard way.

Where Are the 'Moderate' Muslims? Pamela Geller, Breitbart, May 29, 2013

In the wake of the monstrous beheading of a young British man in
broad daylight by Muslims who cited the Qur’an to explain and justify
their ritual slaughter has come the predictable reaction – blame
anything except Islam’s violent teachings — from the left and their
media propagandists. But where are the “moderate Muslims”?


The kneejerk reaction from Muslim spokespeople and the “leaders” of
various Muslim organizations after the bloody beheading of a young
British soldier and father in the streets of London, the copycat
stabbing of a French soldier by a Muslim who is still at large in Paris,
and the bloody bombing of women, children and families on a bright
shiny Monday in Boston, has been a deflection of responsibility, as well
as secondary attacks on the kuffar. We are admonished and schooled on a
mythical narrative of anti-Muslim backlash and “Islamophobia.” We hear,
meanwhile, no cries for reform. “Moderate Muslims” hold no protests
against the jihad here or abroad.


But historically, they protest us. They protest our freedom rallies.
The Daily Mail reported Monday that the jihad murderer Mujahid Adebolajo
“was among hundreds of young Muslims who gathered outside Harrow
Central Mosque in North-West London” on September 11, 2009, so as to
“‘defend’ it against a planned joint protest by the English Defence
League and Stop the Islamisation of Europe group.” The jihad murderer
was protesting our group – in the company of numerous Muslim “moderates”
who deplored our “Islamophobia.”


This was nothing unusual. Every time we organized a protest against
the Ground Zero Mosque, for example, “moderate Muslims” were there
protesting us. When we held a conference in Dearborn, Michigan, the
Jessica Mokdad Human Rights Conference on Honor Killings, “moderate
Muslims” were there protesting. Whenever and wherever I am scheduled to
speak on individual rights and equality for all before the law,
“moderates” are there protesting.


But where are their protests, beyond simple press statements, against
how the Islamic jihadists have used the texts and teachings of Islam to
justify the jihad murders in Boston and London? Where are the protests
against the Qur’anic texts and teachings that command jihad?


Meanwhile, Mujahid Adebolajo was not the first jihadist to be assumed
to be harmless, presumably “moderate,” before he turned to murder. The two
jihadists behind the plot to bomb a VIA passenger train over Niagara
Falls, Chiheb Esseghaier and Raed Jaser, were highly educated, with
access to the best engineering and science intel. No one was concerned
about that, thanks to the presumption of “moderation.” There are many
Muslims on Esseghaier’s team at a research institute in Canada. Were any
of them aware of Esseghaier’s and Jaser’s radicalism?


How do we know which of our co-workers and neighbors aren’t bloody
jihadists in the making? How do we identify the “moderates”? Remember:
Anwar Awlaki, the imam to the 9/11 Muslim terrorists (who assisted in
the purchase of their airplane tickets), was the go-to imam the media consulted (the “moderate” imam) for all things Islam right after 9/11. And so did the 9/11 hijackers, for “spiritual guidance.”


Awlaki dined at the Pentagon for lunch. He supped there as well. Yet the devout Muslim Awlaki also provided succor and Islamic spiritual guidance to the 9/11 jihadis, the Christmas underwear bomber.
Today’s “moderate” does nothing effective to fight against jihad
terror, and no authorities seem to care – and every now and then,
without warning, yesterday’s “moderate” becomes today’s mass murderer.
What’s the difference? Good PR and a lot of propaganda served as hot as
apple pie by a jihad-aligned media. What they don’t tell you is the fact
that the most recent survey, conducted over a five-year period, showed over 80 percent of the mosques in America teach, advance and promote jihad.


This is an ideological war devoid of borders, countries, and
nationality. And the sooner the kaffirs and infidels and “people of the
book” accept that harsh reality, the sooner we will begin to stem the
Islamic supremacist tide. The global jihad transcends borders,
nationalities, race, creed (pre-conversion) or color. It is the ideology
of supremacism, violence and hate that compels the relentless war on
non-Muslims and secular Muslims (apostates). Until we face reality (and
truth is the recognition of reality), we are all in great peril.


Even some of those reputed to be “moderates” admit this. Prime
Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Turkey, a country that up until
recently had been considered the embodiment of “moderate” Islam, declared
in 2009: “The ‘moderate Islam’ concept is wrong. The word ‘Islam’ is a
simple word – it is only Islam. If you say ‘moderate Islam,’ then an
alternative is created, and that is ‘immoderate Islam.’ I cannot accept
such a concept as a Muslim.”


Obama repeatedly again last week that the U.S. is not at war with
Islam. Indeed. But Islam is at war with the West. Not all Muslims, but a
critical mass. Not all Germans were Nazis, and not all members of the
Nazi Party were eager for war or Holocaust. But the ideology was
bankrupt. The “moderate” Muslims of today are about as effective in
stemming the tide of savagery as the anti-Nazi “good Germans” were.


As Erdoğan said, there is no moderate Islam. There is no extreme
Islam. Islam is Islam. The silence and inaction of the “moderates” after
the jihad killings in Boston and London proves that yet again. The only
folks who can save Islam are other Muslims, not Western politicians
pretending to distinguish between Muslims they have never met.



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