Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport Bombed, at Least 35 Dead

At least 35 people have been killed and more than 130 wounded by a bomb blast at Moscow’s Domodedovo airport. Domodedovo is the city’s largest and busiest air facility.

Unnamed sources say that a Chechen Islamic terrorist group, the Caucasus Emirate, is believed to be behind the attack. The same group employed women as female suicide bombers in the bombing of the Moscow Metro subway last March. 40 people were killed.

What, did the airport put up a picture of Mohammed or something?

The “religion of peace” is spreading sunshine and rainbows as usual. Makes me want to hug an Imam and sing “Kumbaya.”

Meanwhile, here in the United States, Evangelical Christians are celebrating “Sanctity of Life Week.”  That’s an interesting contrast.  (Remember Rosie O’Donnell’s comment?  “Radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America where we have separation of church and state.”)

Islam doesn’t have the market cornered on bloodthirsty, murderous terrorism; the abortion industry has racked up some 53,000,000 killings since Roe V. Wade.

Watch and pray, Believers…

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  • JOSEPH MCNULTY  On January 24, 2011 at 12:06

    The greatest danger is not the explosions, but the many small surrenders that occur to forestall them. It is called “Creeping Sharia.” Bomb blasts kill a few dozen who are unlucky enough to be nearby; “Creeping Sharia” enslaves millions, everwhere. Eventually, conversion will be seen as a reasonable compromise to prevent such bombings. When you are only nominally Christian and believe nothing (or are meaninglessly “spiritual”), why not convert? If what you are doing is meaningless ritual, why not engage in a meaningless ritual that is acceptable to those who might otherwise kill you.

    • Jim Bennett  On January 24, 2011 at 13:14

      An excellent point, Mr. McNulty. Christian revival, therefore, is our greatest defense against Islamic terrorism.

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