Algemeiner: When is an Islamist terrorist attack not an Islamist terrorist attack?
When the newspaper reporting on it is the New York Times, which seems in denial, contorting itself to find possible alternative explanations.
“Mental Illness Eclipses Ideology as Motive Behind Bow-and-Arrow Killings,” is the headline over a print New York Times article about an attack in Norway. It reports, “The police said initially that they believed Mr. Brathen, 37, may have been motivated by Islamic extremism and that he had committed acts of terrorism. The authorities pointed to the randomness of the targets and Mr. Brathen’s conversion to Islam. But evidence uncovered since seems to undermine that conclusion. Mr. Tlili says that his first impression of Mr. Brathen, at the time a recent convert to Islam, suggested less a man motivated by religious fervor than one with deep personal troubles.”
This is a pattern with the New York Times. Read More …
Opinion: How else could radical Islam flourish but for anti-Semitic world leaders and journalists willing to alter reality? If not for the Bible’s Jewish prophets, the world would be blind.
Moses identifies two bloodlines; Abraham/Ishmael and Abraham/Esau as eternal enemies of his people.
Of Ishmael, Moses said “he would be a wild man His hand shall be against every man, And every man’s hand against him. And he shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren” (Arabian Peninsula) Genesis 16:12.
Of Esau, Moses said he took his wives from “the daughters of Canaan …” Genesis 36:1-2, in defiance of his father Abraham’s instructions.
Moses went one step further and told us that the descendants of Amalek, Esau’s illegitimate grandson, would show up ‘generation after generation’ Exodus 17:16.
The writer of Hebrews clarifies:
“See that no one is sexually immoral, or is godless like Esau, who for a single meal sold his inheritance rights as the oldest son.” Hebrews 12:16
Can those family seeds pass through countless generations? The last prophet of the Old Testament wanted us to know that Esau’s descendants would return in the last days to reclaim the birthright that Esau squandered.
Esau’s offspring are right where they are prophesied to be …
“Even though Edom has said,
“We have been impoverished,
But we will return and build the desolate places,”
Thus says the Lord of hosts:
“They may build, but I will throw down;
They shall be called the Territory of Wickedness,
And the people against whom the Lord will have indignation forever.”
… and Jacob’s descendants are right where they are prophesied to be …
“And the Lord said to Abram, after Lot had separated from him: “Lift your eyes now and look from the place where you are—northward, southward, eastward, and westward; 15 for all the land which you see I give to you and your descendants forever.” Genesis 13:14-15
When the Kingdom age comes (Rev. 20:1-2) Israel will have all the land of promise: