Thursday, November 19, 2015

The differences between ISIS terrorists and Palestinian terrorists

Lots of people have been asking why the world mourns French victims of ISIS terrorists but not Israeli victims of Palestinians terrorists, and why on days like today (when Palestinian terrorists massacred several Israelis in different attacks) not a single main stream news channels even reports on the attacks. Well the following chart explains very clearly why. You see ISIS and the Palestinian terrorists have absolutely nothing in common!!!!

But just when you were convinced they have nothing in common, the following chart should quell your concerns!!!


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3 comments:

fairbrit said...

Another fantastic graphic! Thank you - though I take no pleasure in seeing what is in front of my eyes and what the world is blind to.

Daphne Anson said...

Did you see this, Edgar?
http://biasedbbc.org/blog/2015/11/20/the-islamist-not-wanted-poster/

Edgar Davidson said...

Daphne

Had not seen that - thanks for the link.
The big question for me is which of the following is true:

1.There really are a 'majority' of 'moderate' Muslims like Khan, but they are afraid to speak out because the 'minority' of Islamist activists savage them if they do so; or

2. The Islamists represent the main stream Muslim opinion. So when Dilly Hussain: "describes Khan as an airhead who belongs to an ultra-minority of secular liberal ‘Muslims’ who service nothing and no one but Islamophobes." he is actually correct.

I've seen no real evidence of 1 in favour of 2.