Perhaps his Highness hasn't noticed, but we're not allowed to profile young Arab men. If anyone so much as raises their voice to state the islamists want us all dead, with our heads hacked off as the good prophet tells them, then the CAIR raises a holy stink and the person unfortunate enough to have told the truth is out of a job. Perhaps the Highness if referring to the massive firestorm raised by the abomination of the insane memorial to the Flight 93 victims?
Quoth the Prince:
The Prince of Wales will try to persuade George W Bush and Americans of the merits of Islam this week because he thinks the United States has been too intolerant of the religion since September 11.Really? I wonder if the tolerance (spit) of Islam in England helped them to avoid a recent nasty bombing in their subway system? Hmmmmm?
Or, perhaps it is their tolerance (spit) that allows such love, peace, and harmony as this: "In January The Times revealed that Bakri Mohammad used the same network to declare Britain a “land of war” and encourage his followers to join al-Qaeda."
The good Prince also reportedly had this to say:
I find the language and rhetoric coming from America too confrontational....I wonder if he notices little things like this:
Shouting "Death to Israel, death to the Zionists", the protesters dragged Israeli flags along the ground and set them on fire.Or this:
An Islamic terror cell has smuggled two surface-to-air missiles into Europe in a plot to shoot down planes at one of France's main airports, it was claimed yesterday.Surely shooting down civilian jetliners can't be considered confrontational?
In an earlier speech, the Crown Prince spewed this tripe, urging "the West to overcome its "unthinkable prejudices" about Islam and its customs and laws."
You know what, Charlie? When the Islamists decide that it's not acceptable to kill innocent and defensless hostages; that it's not acceptable to blow up innocent people in a crowded subway - people who's only crime was to not be a muslim; that it's not acceptable to destroy a crowded school, filled with innocent children then maybe I can get over my unthinkable prejudices. Until that time, mind your own stinking business.