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The Commonality of Murderousness

See if you can catch what all of these pictures have in common.

Protesters chant slogans as they carry a mock coffin during a rally in Beirut January 5, 2007, against the execution of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)


Kashmiri protestors throw stones at Indian police during a protest in Srinagar, January 5, 2007, against the execution of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)


A child holds holds a picture of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein during a protest in Amman January 5, 2007 against his execution. U.S. President George W. Bush said Saddam Hussein could have been hanged in a 'more dignified way' and one his closest Arab allies said on Friday a video of Shi'ite officials taunting him on the gallows was 'barbaric'. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN)


Indian Muslim boys listen to a speaker during a protest against the execution of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in the old quarter of Delhi January 5, 2007. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)


I've got the big reveal, following the fold!

Intrestingly enough, I explicitly searched for protests based out of my favorite little dictatorship, and the only thing I could come up with was this surprising little gem:

Iraqi man Reza Nasirzadeh hands out sweets in a mosque in Tehran, Iran, after hearing the news about the execution of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, on Saturday Dec. 30, 2006. After a quarter-century of remorseless brutality that killed countless thousands and led Iraq into disastrous wars against the United States and Iran, Saddam was executed before sunrise Saturday for crimes against humanity.(AP Photo/Hasan Sarbakhshian)

(What can I say? For once, my finely honed sense of sarcasm fails me!)

In any case, the big reveal should probably be obvious by now. All of these protests, taking place around the world, are committed by members of the "Religion of Peace," all of whom are mourning the death of a murderous thug. Now that's not to say that there aren't "Good Muslims" out there, but with all the attention the cowardly press gives the bad ones, it certainly makes the presence of any good ones far less obvious.

(On a positive note, I think I'm finally beginning to understand where the old English appelation, "savages," came from. Too bad the English are too cowardly to continue using the label, considering how remarkably appropriate it remains today.)

As an aside, someone in the Israeli government probably ought to smack Olmert with a little clue-stick: There is no negotiating with people who would rather see you dead, even if they find it politically expedient (i.e., they are not strong enough) to withhold their hostility from public view... for now.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (R) attends a meeting with Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh in Gaza January 4, 2007. (PPO/Abd Alhalim Abu Askar/Handout/Reuters)

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