Monday, April 04, 2011

What The Crusades Were All About

Other than the location, this is a replay of why the Crusades began.

At least 1,000 Christians were slaughtered this week in at the Salesian Saint Teresa of the Child Jesus mission in Duekoue, Ivory Coast by Muslim troops loyal to Alassane Ouattara. The state-run media has been slow to report the story.

The conflict in Ivory Coast began in 2002. The country is divided between the Muslim north and Christian south

The traditional Muslim way: kill whoever.

HRC and Cass Sunstein's wife, Ms. Power, ignore this, but assist AlQuaeda/Muslim fanatics in Libya.


Anonymous said...

The traditional RELIGIOUS way: kill whatever.

VSO said...

Typical atheist fallacy: equating muslims acting in full accordance with their religion with "christians" acting in complete contradiction of theirs.

Philadelphia medical weight loss said...

Toussaint Alain said: "It's not up to America or France to decide who must lead the Ivory Coast."

Toussaint is absolutely right! It is up to the people of the Ivory Coast to decide who they want to lead them. Toussaint'¬s boss FORMER President Gbagbo is a sore loser who would rather destroy that country rather than step down gracefully because he still can't accept the fact that he didn't win re-electio¬n. Alassane Ouattara had 54% of the votes making him the winner, sorry about your damn luck.

John Foust said...

So when Dad29 said "traditional Muslim way: kill whoever" that was half fallacy or full fallacy?

Atlanta Roofing said...

I don’t think France’s action has much to do with the UN or anything such. The fact was that there was a modus Vivendi between France on one side and both Gbagbo and Ouattara on the other side. More or less, France would not engage its forces on either side and would remain neutral as long French citizens and interests in Ivory Coast were left alone and safe. The point was that France would not tolerate a repeat of the 2004 events. It pretty much held well but Gbagbo out of control thugs broke that “agreement” in the past couple of days and France is sending Gbagbo the bill, one rocket at a time.