Just when you thought you heard it all:
Humanity can have no happiness without Islam. Humanity can enjoy no
goodness, unless the sun of monotheism, the Koran, and the Sunna shines upon
it. The world without the sun of the divine revelation is a place of eternal
darkness, as we can see today – a world of frustration, collapse, injustice,
arbitrariness, and wrongdoing. The world today is a jungle – a world of
barbarism of all kinds. People in many parts of the world are not happy,
because they do not walk in the path of Allah.
There are rules of shari’a in everything. We have counted almost 70 rules about how to urinate and defecate. In contrast, how do those beasts in the West answer the call of nature? They stand in front of other people, in toilets at airports and other public places. They do not care about covering their private parts. Even their underwear is colored and not white, so it can conceal all that filth. We are a nation that has long known the meaning of cleanliness, what to do when nature calls, and what the rules of hygiene are. The others, to this day, live like beasts. To this day, many of them are not circumcised, even though the World Health Organization has advised circumcising people as a treatment for AIDS, because it has been scientifically proven that circumcised people are less susceptible to AIDS, and are less likely to spread it than uncircumcised people.
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* The long list of Islamic achievements, the science in the Koran and the wisdom of this Sowdi cleric has convinced me: I shall wrap a towel ’round my head and join the Islamic ‘race’- like Yvonne Ridley
What say you?
Where would we be without the wisdom of Arabia?
Use only clean pebbles after defecating:
Some of the 70 Islamic ways to shit and piss:
Do not urinate in holes – Jinns live there AD1-7-29
Bones and dung are food for Jinns B5-126-200, M1-244-903, AD1-9-39
Bones are food for Jinn; Camel dung is fodder for their animals M1-244-903
Charcoal is food for jinns AD1-9-39
You must use an uneven number of pebbles, no less than 3
Saudi family killed domestic workers
The deplorable situation with the abuse, rape and murder of maidservants from 3rd-world countries in the Sowdi kingdom continues. While ‘human rights’ organization in the West focus on Gitmo and the rights of terrorists, the Arabs keep doing what they always did, with impunity:
DUBAI — A Saudi family beat to death two Indonesian women workers in an attack that Human Rights Watch said Friday highlighted the government’s failure to deal with employers who seriously abuse domestic staff.
“The brutal killings of these Indonesian domestic workers occurred in an atmosphere of impunity, fostered by government inaction,” said Nisha Varia, senior researcher in the Women’s Rights Division of the New York-based rights group.
“Not only do the authorities typically fail to investigate or prosecute abusive employers, the criminal justice system also obstructs abused workers from seeking redress.”
The group said seven members of the Saudi family carried out the beatings, earlier this month, which also resulted in two other women being critically injured. They are now in intensive care in Riyadh.
The family accused the four of practising “black magic” on a teenage son.
Although the authorities have detained these employers, the rights group said many of the 2 million domestic workers in the kingdom are routinely underpaid, overworked, confined to the workplace, or subject to verbal, physical, and sexual abuse.
And those who complain often face countercharges, such as theft, adultery, or fornication in cases of rape or witchcraft.
It cited interviews it had with Sri Lankan women who had been sentenced to prison and whipping after their employers had raped and made them pregnant.
In another case, Nour Miyati, an Indonesian domestic worker, was seriously injuried and lost her fingers through gangrene, after her employer locked her up, physically and verbally abused her, and deprived her of food.
She then faced a countercharge of making false accusations against him and was sentenced to 79 lashes. A court subsequently overturned that conviction and sentence, but she still awaits a final monetary settlement from her employer, and the ability to return home to Indonesia after her ordeal.
Human Rights Watch said the Saudi government often took months or years to tell foreign missions if their nationals had been arrested, preventing them from giving badly-needed help, such as interpreters.
Despite this, it said the Indonesian embassy alone currently has 300 women in its shelter, mainly domestic workers complaining of abuse by employers and recruitment agents. In July, the shelter housed 500 women