Sin is wicked, but when recognized as sin, man can repent, seek and receive redemption. But if the worldview fails to recognize sin for what it is, or worse, celebrates the sin as some form of grotesque virtue, repentance is not sought and redemption is lost. Even more concerning, this worldview does not limit itself to a solitary sin which hurts the perpetrator alone. Instead, it eagerly embraces and encourages a multitude of other sins which visit their wicked results upon others. ( Roman Catholic Bishop Stanislav Shyrokoradiuk of Kharkiv-Zaporizha)

Friday, March 23, 2012

Caroline Glick: "Mohamed Merah - Man of the West"

Caroline Glick writes deeply about the massacre last week in Toulouse, France.  Pictured above are the victims of the jihadist killer: Rabbi Jonathan Sandler and his two little boys (three-year-old Gavriel and six-year-old Aryeh), and eight-year-old student, Miriam Monsonego.   

She compares the handling of this massacre with the handling of two similar massacres here in the United States: the killing of 13 US servicemen at Ft. Hood in 2009, and the attack at the Seattle Jewish Federation building in 2006.

She lays blame for these events not only on the perpetrators of the massacres but also on the "depraved silence, indifference and complicity of Western elites with their jihadist aims."

This piece is a MUST READ for those interested in coming to a fuller understanding of the absolute evil of radical Islam and the fear and failure of the rest of the world to confront it.

Please click on the below link:

Mohamed Merah - Man of the West

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