Muslims on edge after Paris terrorist attack on #CharlieHebdo #VomitBagRequired #ImaginaryBacklash #PerpetualllyOffended #DeathCult

“People are exploiting this one way or another,” said Fateh Kimouche, 38, the founder of Al Kanz, a prominent French Muslim blog. “The terrorists didn’t distinguish what faith their victims were from. … I just found out that one of the cops killed, his name was Ahmed. Even Muslims aren’t safe.”

NB: That is one hell of a sense of priorities they have, 12 dead and they’re worked up because someone looked at a Muslim funny.

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  • Linda1000

    Lefigaro has published a list of names of those murdered in Paris today.
    Stéphane “Charb” Charbonnier, 47,
    Charlie Hebdo editorial director

    Jean “Cabu” Cabut, 76,
    Charlie Hebdo cartoonist

    Georges Wolinski, 80,
    Charlie Hebdo cartoonist

    Bernard “Tignous” Verlhac, 57 dessinateur, Charlie Hebdo cartoonist

    Bernard “Uncle Bernard” Maris, 68, economist and Charlie Hebdo columnist

    Philippe Honoré, 73, Charlie Hebdo cartoonist

    Michel Renaud, founder of the “Rendez-vous du carnet de voyage” travel book fair and former chief of staff for the mayor of Clemont-Ferrand

    Franck Brinsolaro, 49, police officer assigned to protect Charbonnier

    Ahmed Merabet, 42, police officer on bicycle patrol in the 9th arrondissement

    Mustapha Ourrad, Charlie Hebdo copy editor

    Frédéric Boisseau, janitor

    Elsa Cayat, psychoanalyst and columnist
    http://www.lefigaro.fr/actualite-france/2015/01/07/01016-20150107LIVWWW00152-en-direct-Charlie-Hebdo-Paris-fusillade.php

    • Thank you Linda.

    • Frau Katze

      Who are these folks? Hard left?

      Charlie Hebdo victim was ‘a friend of Islam, Turkey’

      The man who was killed in Paris was a person who spoke in favor of Turkey’s EU membership and drew cartoons to support it.

      He was a human who loved Turkey very much. He was never the enemy of any Muslim. On the contrary, he was one of the loudest voices supporting Muslim immigrants in France.

      http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/charlie-hebdo-victim-was-a-friend-of-islam-turkey.aspx?pageID=238&nID=76642&NewsCatID=359

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        All the good those sentiments did him when the jihadist came-a-calling.

      • Linda1000

        I would not have guessed the cartoonists were so hard left because they were so adamant about free speech and publishing their anti-islam funnies. It makes sense in a way because leftists always have a cause to believe in and will do anything to pursue or promote their belief no matter the danger. In fact the risk or danger is what they seek or attracts them (the travellers to dangerous parts of the world). In this case it was the persistent publishing of inflammatory cartoons in spite of death threats and warnings. This situation seems more complicated though as when do you not defend free speech or freedom of the press. What did they hope to accomplish with their cartoons – all religions to be equally subject to criticism as they also had cartoons about Jews, the Pope, etc. I first heard about Charlie Hebdo on this blog (must have been when they were fired-bombed a couple of years back).

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Yes, they were all hard left.
          Ironically, they all supported the exact policies that lead to their own deaths.

  • Xavier

    CNN’s boarded the Religion of Peace Train:

    [Senior CNN editorial director Richard] Griffiths’ email:

    Although we are not at this time showing the Charlie Hebdo cartoons of the Prophet considered offensive by many Muslims, platforms are encouraged to verbally describe the cartoons in detail. This is key to understanding the nature of the attack on the magazine and the tension between free expression and respect for religion.

    Video or stills of street protests showing Parisians holding up copies of the offensive cartoons, if shot wide, are also OK. Avoid close-ups of the cartoons that make them clearly legible.

    It’s also OK to show most of the protest cartoons making the rounds online, though care should be taken to avoid examples that include within them detailed depictions of the Charlie Hebdo cartoons.

    Can you believe they said “the Prophet”?
    Will they be stoned for leaving out PBUH?

    • winniec

      When will the cultural Marxists get off the Religion of Peace Train? When they get kicked off? It seems they just got kicked off, but most are too thick-headed to know it.

      • Xavier

        Probably when they get beheaded.

        • Raymond Hietapakka

          When the cash dries up.

    • Cowardly Bastards.

    • Frau Katze

      References to “The Prophet” are commonplace at libtard sites, which means almost the entire MSM. Just noticing it now?

      • Xavier

        Yes. I must confess that I have modified my hosts file and it blocks me from visiting many sites, both liberal and psuedo-Conservative. I’m very selective about who makes money off of my mouse clicks. I have not seen ‘the Prophet’ mentioned before by the MSM.

    • Then I insist that they say the following: the Messiah, the Lord Jesus Christ, Lord Shiva and Worf, Son of Mogh.

      You know- so as not to offend.

  • Dana Garcia

    One of my favorite people to follow on Twitter is Mark Krikorian, who runs the Center for Immigration Studies (cis.org).

    He occasionally changes his image, and today switched to a Charlie Hebdo cover.

    https://twitter.com/markskrikorian

  • Xavier

    What does it say about the Moslem community worldwide when their immediate reaction to this horrific event is not to condemn the perpetrators but to immediately adopt a self-defensive posture and claim victimhood?

    It tells me they are complicit, at least in spirit.

    • I agree without evident care for the victims.

    • If not complicit, at least stuck in a seventh-century mindset.

      No one is going to raid their villages over this.

  • mauser 98

    work place violence?

    • Frau Katze

      These thing keep happening at work places.

      • mauser 98

        ?? Barry said Ft. Hood massacre was

        • Frau Katze

          I know.

  • Frau Katze

    Going through my Google alerts, pieces by “apologists” are becoming frequent.

    I can’t keep track of them, despite using dozens of gmail labels. I even have a label for “apologists”. I star the better ones.

    But they’re running into the dozens. A site like NYT can put out half a dozen apologist pieces overnight.

    • Yup they will keep it up until a progressive they actually care about is murdered.

      • Xavier

        I wonder if they will learn even then.
        Their ideology is fanatical.

  • Suzanne

    # Levez Votre Stylo !

  • Are they worried about the backlash that won’t come?

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      A serious cultural backlash would save lives.

      • But where is it?

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          I guess we will have to help it along! 🙂

  • roccolore

    Once again, Muslims play the victim.