Wednesday, July 13, 2005


From the Netherlands trial of the murderer of filmmaker Theo van Gogh:

The Muslim extremist on trial in the slaying of filmmaker Theo van Gogh confessed Tuesday, saying he was driven by religious conviction. "I don't feel your pain," he told the victim's mother.

At one point, he addressed the victim's mother, Anneke, who was sitting in the public gallery. "I have to admit I don't have any sympathy for you," he said. "I can't feel for you because I think you're a nonbeliever."
(via AP)

Of course, that's a Muslim fundamentalist. Naturally, our own home-grown fundamentalists have very different attitudes... Right?

NOTE Oddly, the World's Greatest Newspaper omits the money quote. Maybe they're so whipped by the "Christian" right that even the prospect of angry email causes them to pull their punches?

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