Perhaps The NY Times Can Explain The Al Qaeda Links At Youtube Video Protests?

I’m not going to delve to deep into the NY Times idiocy over the Benghazi attack. So many have already done so. Here’s what Kit at Victory Girls Blog (who I linked in the Patriotic Pinup post) wrote

I’m not sure when the New York Times decided to try publishing news again, but they’re still an example of epic fail.  Their latest attempt at journalism comes in the form of an “investigative report” claiming that the responsibility for Benghazi falls on a local militia group affiliated with Ansar Al Shariya, not al Qaeda.  What’s more, they claim that the entire attack was over the same video that Susan Rice, Hilary Clinton, and half the Obama Administration lied about over and over.  There’s only one problem.

Ansar al-Shariya is part of the al Qaeda network. They make no denials of this.

The NYT ignores this, claiming that al-Shariya “had no known ­affiliations with terrorist groups.”

What, exactly, was the point of this article? Many have chimed in saying that this article is meant for protection for Obama, Susan Rice, and Hillary2016. This is also the Left’s way of minimizing the threat from radical, hardcore Islam, and its constant spread. For whatever reason, Lefties have determined that they will protect Islamists at almost all costs. Here’s something I noticed about the protests at the time:

From September 15, 2012

Protests In Belgium And Sydney: Weird How The Pseudo al Qaeda Banner Showed Up

We already know about the protest in Sydney went: signs about beheading those who insult Islam showing up, held by a young child. Interesting, this also showed up in Sydney

Yeah, he has the “behead” sign. Notice the headband, though. And the flag behind him. And the headband on the guy to the left. Seem familiar?

Let’s head to Belgium (sorry about the Press TV link, being owned by the Iranian government. Only source with a photo)

Nearly 120 people have been arrested in the Belgian city of Antwerp after clashes broke out between the police and protesters demonstrating against an anti-Islamic film made in the United States.

On Saturday, protesters in Antwerp were chanting slogans against the United States and burned a US flag before the clashes broke out.

Hey, what’s this?

Interesting. Not too surprised by the Palestinian Keffiyeh showing  up, but, check the flag in the background.

In the top picture, that is the flag of al Qaeda in Iraq. The other flags are and headbands in both pictures are similar to those flown and worn by al Qaeda, proclaiming “there is no God but Allah, and Mohammed is his prophet”. Isn’t it strange how this supposed “grassroots” and “spontaneous” demonstration, starting coincidentally on September 11th, sees so many carrying and wearing al Qaeda style (and specific al Qaeda) flags and headbands in Sydney and Antwerp? As well as throughout so many parts of the world where demonstrations were held? In Amsterdam it looks like they are hold a Taliban style banner (Taliban uses black letters on white background) Either this was planned, or there are a lot of Muslims who purchase al Qaeda style flags and headbands. Or both.

In another post I note the large number of “black flags” mentioned, and we see


Protests near the US Embassy, Tunis, Tunisia on Wednesday. Photograph: Hammi/SIPA/Rex Features

Hmm, seems very similar to the al Qaeda flag, and is also used by hardcore Islamists around the world. The headbands have the same message, ‘There is no god but God and Muhammad is his prophet.’ This is what happens when someone (cough POTUS cough) leads from behind which allowed the hardcore Islamists to join forces and ingratiate themselves with the Arab Spring protesters.

And from another protest

Oh, and the protesters are saying that 1.6 billion Muslims have been terrorized by the video. Snort. Oh, BTW, below the fold is a picture from a protest in front of the US embassy in London in mid-September…

Notice all the Salafist flags, similar to the ones carried by al Qaeda and The Taliban.

Here’s another

In Sri Lanka, the 20,000 strong protesters carried banners blaming the Jews for the film. That should make liberals happy.

A perfect encapsulation of the extremists. Most women covered head to toe while wearing Salafist head bands similar to those of al Qaeda and the Taliban. Yet, liberals always find some excuse to not condemn these extremist views (nor the treatment of women by the Islamists).

So many of the “protests” around the world supposedly over this video that no one had seen sure seem to include lots of al Qaeda flags and headbands, along with Taliban ones. Ansar al-Sharia carries very similar flags and wears similar headbands, all based on Muhammed’s Black Standard.

Even if Ansar al-Sharia wasn’t linked to al Qaeda (which it is), it would simply highlight that hardcore Islam is spreading and more Muslims are being radicalized.

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