Thursday, January 1, 2009

Gaza Mosque Storing Bombs is Bombed by Israel

Here is some video from the Israel showing a Mosque in Gaza that was storing bombs being bombed.



You can see from the massive secondary explosion that this mosque was being used to store a lot of bombs.

A mosque is a holy place for Islam, but here we see that Muslims use mosques to store bombs.

Hat Tip to Little Green Footballs

4 comments:

BillyD said...

I'm sure they store weapons in mosques under the impression that Westerners (and Israelis fall in that category) won't destroy them for fear of incurring the much talked about wrath of the Arab street. It was only a matter of time before someone called their bluff. This does raise the spectre of "revenge" attacks on churches and synagogues, though.

Dr.D said...

They see no contradiction here because izlam is a political system just as much or more than it is a religious system.

In the same manner, we should see no contradiction with bombing mosques, in Gaza or anywhere else. They are not primarily religious buildings, but rather are principally political buildings, party headquarters type buildings. Their destruction is a perfectly legitimate military target.

As to concern about muzlim attacks on Churches and synagogues, sure, we should worry about them. They happen all the time and will continue to happen. The only way to stop them is to destroy izlam. As long as izlam remains, there will be attacks on Churches and synagogues because they have told us plainly that they are out to destroy us. We are fools not to believe them when they tell us so bluntly.

Perpetua said...

Hi BillyD,
You said it so well. I was searching for the words. My concern is that now the holy places of all religions have lost their status as sanctuaries set apart from war.
Radical Islam doesn't make the separation between civil and religious in either law (Sharia) or war (storing bombs in mosques). The implications of this are very disturbing.

Perpetua said...

Hi Dr. D,
Yes, that is it, Islam is a political system as much as a religious system. And it is a system out to conquer other political and religious systems.
Lately, I have been thinking of the children's book A Wrinkle in Time. All must submit to It