MoonDawg's Den: Rescue, not "release"

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Thursday, March 23, 2006

Rescue, not "release"

Well I'm back from my European vacation for less than 12 hours and already I'm seeing something on Drudge that has raised my ire. Three "peace activists" that had been kidnapped by Iraqi terrorists were freed by coalition troops in Iraq during a military operation that came together when US forces captured two of the suspected kidnappers on Wednesday, allowing the troops to learn the location of the house where the three (a Briton and two Canadians) were being held.

An American member of the same group, Christian Peacemaker Teams, that had also been kidnapped with the other three was murdered by the scumbags a couple of weeks ago.

Even though CPT is a moonbat anti-war group, you would think that a small word of thanks to the coalition troops that rescued their comrades would not be too much to ask. But apparently, that is too much to ask - go read their
statement that was issued after the rescue:

Our hearts are filled with joy today as we heard that Harmeet Singh Sooden, Jim Loney and Norman Kember have been safely released in Baghdad.
"Safley released"? This implies that the good-hearted captors simply let the three go. No you idiots, they were RESCUED - a big difference.

They knew that their only protection was in the power of the love of God and of their Iraqi and international co-workers.
Yes, this was their "only protection". American intelligence and coalition troops had nothing to do with it.

Today, in the face of this joyful news, our faith compels us to love our enemies even when they have committed acts which caused great hardship to our friends and sorrow to their families.

Sure, plenty of love for the terrorist bastards, but not a single kind word at all for our military.
We have been especially moved by the gracious outpouring of support from Muslim brothers and sisters in the Middle East, Europe, and North America.

Indeed, the Muslim "brothers and sisters" were recently marching in the street by the tens of thousands all over the world, demanding the release of the peace workers - whoops, my bad, that was all about stupid newspaper cartoons.
During these past months, we have tasted of the pain that has been the daily bread of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis.
And who has been causing this pain? Oh certainly not the criminal thugs, rather it's the "illegal occupation of Iraq by Multinational Forces".
We renew our commitment to work for an end to the war and the occupation of Iraq as a way to continue the witness of Tom Fox.
Here's a thought on how the war should end, you ungrateful asshats: with the defeat of the terrorists.

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