Saturday, May 17, 2008

Another example of why I abhor Dinesh D'Souza

I've done this before, but I will continue to do it everytime I come across something like this. D'Souza needs to be haunted for his vile apologetics for the repression of human rights.

"[T]he left is waging an aggressive global campaign to undermine the traditional patriarchal family and to promote secular values in non-Western cultures." - Dinesh D'Souza, explaining why the "cultural left" is responsible for causing 9/11 in the introduction to The Enemies at Home.

In Iraq

For Abdel-Qader Ali there is only one regret: that he did not kill his daughter at birth. 'If I had realised then what she would become, I would have killed her the instant her mother delivered her,' he said with no trace of remorse. Two weeks after The Observer revealed the shocking story of Rand Abdel-Qader, 17, murdered because of her infatuation with a British solider in Basra, southern Iraq, her father is defiant. Sitting in the front garden of his well-kept home in the city's Al-Fursi district, he remains a free man, despite having stamped on, suffocated and then stabbed his student daughter to death. Abdel-Qader, 46, a government employee, was initially arrested but released after two hours. Astonishingly, he said, police congratulated him on what he had done. 'They are men and know what honour is,' he said.
Yes, how dare we undermine such wholesome "traditional patriarchal family" values. Of course, we, the "cultural left," have given terrorists a legitimate reason to want to kill Americans by trying to put a stop to such practices.

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