Monday, August 15, 2005

Kosovo hearings on Capitol Hill

Maybe somebody's starting to pay attention to the jihadists who have taken over Kosovo, under the watchful and largely benevolent eye of the UN "peace"-keepers. (That's their own private peace they're keeping, not anybody else's.)

About films of church destruction shot during last March's attacks on Kosovo's Christian heritage, French and German troops said their mandate was to protect lives, not property. Protecting lives means walking nuns to out of their convent to get water, so they won't be shot.

The implications for French and German soon-to-be minorities in France and Germany have not yet begun to sink in.
Defense analyst Frederick Peterson said the media around the globe are ignoring the issue of Saudi Arabian and other sources flooding the economically depressed region with money to pay for new mosques as the churches are being destroyed.

In the war against an expanding radical Islam, Peterson said, "We have three choices: convert, submit or die. But there's a fourth choice and that's to fight.

"What is going on in Kosovo today is the future of Europe tomorrow," he added.

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