al-Silm (i.e. “Islam”) means “surrender”
To: NATIONAL AND RELIGION EDITORS
Blog contained threats of violence like ‘I want [Muslim] blood on my hands’
WASHINGTON, Dec. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) announced today that an anti-Muslim Internet hate site that contained a number of threats of violence targeting mosques, including the comment “I want [Muslim] blood on my hands,” has been taken down by its hosting company.
CAIR said visitors to “Bare Naked Islam,” hosted by WordPress.com, now see the message: “barenakedislam.wordpress.com is no longer available. This blog has been archived or suspended for a violation of our Terms of Service.”
[NOTE: “Bare Naked Islam” was one of the major promoters of the campaign to pressure Lowe’s to drops its ads from TLC’s “All-American Muslim.”]
Last month, CAIR called on the FBI to investigate the threats of violence targeting mosques posted on the blog and urged WordPress.com to remove it for violating the hosting company’s terms of service (TOS), which prohibit blogs that “contain threats or incite violence towards individuals or entities.” Articles and comments posted on “Bare Naked Islam” urged attacks on and desecration of American and European mosques.
via Jim Hoft
“Shame on WordPress for giving in”
and he points out CAIR’s connections to terrorism.
Shame on WordPress indeed. The Religion of Perpetual Umbrage chips away at the Constitution of the United States with the cooperation of its victims. This also appears to be part of a larger effort to take on Lowe’s for dropping its TLC sponsorship.
Even though CAIR has a history of fabricating hate crimes one can expect the Hamas-linked organization to continue its efforts to Islamify the United States. It’s next most recent achievement is to force the JROTC to allow the wearing of Islamic headwear while in uniform . Meanwhile we kuffar still are threatened with incarceration for using the words “join in prayer,” “bow their heads,” “amen,” and “prayer,” “invocation” and “benediction” during school events.
Expect more of this in the future.