The Real Islam

Hezbollah Child Abuse….

Pictures from today of Hezbollah “supporters” celebrating Ashura in Southern Lebanon….



Weasel Zippers has more…

68 killed on Shi’ite holiday in Iraq

* Being a Shi’it really sux, no?


BAGHDAD – Hundreds of thousands of frenzied Shiites beat their heads and chests in unison and whipped themselves with chains Saturday across Iraq to honor the martyrdom of one of their most revered saints. The processions were marred by violence with a deadly bombing in northern Iraq and clashes south of Baghdad.

The street battles between members of a messianic cult and Iraqi troops raged for a second day as the death toll from the fighting in two predominantly Shiite southern cities rose from 50 to at least 68.



Clit-Cutting Tradition in Indonesia:

Warning: Graphic Images! 


Female circumcisers and their attendants waiting in an elementary-school classroom, where they do their work

* More Pic’s here



A Cutting Tradition


* Looks like the NYT has removed the article. Here’s another link…

When a girl is taken — usually by her mother — to a free circumcision event held each spring in Bandung, Indonesia, she is handed over to a small group of women who, swiftly and yet with apparent affection, cut off a small piece of her genitals. Sponsored by the Assalaam Foundation, an Islamic educational and social-services organization, circumcisions take place in a prayer center or an emptied-out elementary-school classroom where desks are pushed together and covered with sheets and a pillow to serve as makeshift beds. The procedure takes several minutes. There is little blood involved. Afterward, the girl’s genital area is swabbed with the antiseptic Betadine. She is then helped back into her underwear and returned to a waiting area, where she’s given a small, celebratory gift — some fruit or a donated piece of clothing — and offered a cup of milk for refreshment. She has now joined a quiet majority in Indonesia, where, according to a 2003 study by the Population Council, an international research group, 96 percent of families surveyed reported that their daughters had undergone some form of circumcision by the time they reached 14.


Tears are wiped from the face of a 9-month-old following her circumcision.


These photos were taken in April 2006, at the foundation’s annual mass circumcision, which is free and open to the public held during the lunar month marking the birth of the prophet Muhammad. The Assalaam Foundation runs several schools and a mosque in Bandung, Indonesia’s third-largest city and the capital of West Java. The photographer Stephanie Sinclair was taken to the circumcision event by a reproductive-health observer from Jakarta and allowed to spend several hours there. Over the course of that Sunday morning, more than 200 girls were circumcised, many of them appearing to be under the age of 5. Meanwhile, in a nearby building, more than 100 boys underwent a traditional circumcision as well.

According to Lukman Hakim, the foundation’s chairman of social services, there are three “benefits” to circumcising girls.

“One, it will stabilize her libido,” he said through an interpreter. “Two, it will make a woman look more beautiful in the eyes of her husband. And three, it will balance her psychology.”

Female genital cutting — commonly identified among international human rights groups as female genital mutilation — has been outlawed in 15 African countries. Many industrialized countries also have similar laws. Both France and the U.S. have prosecuted immigrant residents for performing female circumcisions.

In Indonesia, home to the world’s largest Muslim population, a debate over whether to ban female circumcision is in its early stages. The Ministry of Health has issued a decree forbidding medical personnel to practice it, but the decree which has yet to be backed by legislation does not affect traditional circumcisers and birth attendants, who are thought to do most female circumcisions. Many agree that a full ban is unlikely without strong support from the country’s religious leaders. According to the Population Council study, many Indonesians view circumcision for boys and girls as a religious duty.

* But of course: none of this has anything to do with Islam, right?

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14 thoughts on “The Real Islam”

  1. I noticed someone on JW comparing hezbollah to the BNP, and it was repeated by a poster on LGF. And no one seemed to notice either.

  2. Child abuse = priming children to become suicide bombers.

    No wonder they grow up to be twisted, uncivilized, sub-human, raving maniacs.

  3. I always read things here at Winds of Jihad that I never read anywhere else. Thanks for keeping me informed.

  4. I wonder if “Assalaam Foundation” received any Tsunami aid? And before the Muslims start their lying, I’d just like to mention that FGM is an Islamic tradition:

    Tabari II:72 “Sarah swore to cut something off of Hagar. ‘I shall cut off her nose, I shall cut off her ear – but no, that would deform her. I will circumcise her instead.’ So she did that, and Hagar took a piece of cloth to wipe the blood away. For that reason women have been circumcised and have taken pieces of cloth down to today.”

    And remember folks, “there is no Satan but Allah and his butt-buddy Mohammad.”

  5. And how could anybody inflict such a filthy perverted and satanic ritual onto their little girls? And they slice open the scalp of their children in some other satanic ritual. Islam is such a heap of perverted maggot ridden filth and these people wallow in it.

  6. As Joel’s Trumpet puts it, the Muslim practice of slashing themselves & their children is
    similar to the followers of Baal (1 Kings 18: 27 – 29) – Baal / Allah doesn’t listen to their
    frantic rantings and bloodlettings …

    [At noon Elijah began to taunt them. “Shout louder!” he said. “Surely he is a god! Perhaps
    he is deep in thought, or busy, or traveling. Maybe he is sleeping and must be awakened.”
    So they shouted louder and slashed themselves with swords and spears, as was their
    custom, until their blood flowed.]

    The Spiritual Heirs of Baal Worship…

  7. In the last photo, the poor little terrified girl’s eyes says it all. “WHO is my protector?”

  8. Yes, that last photo has WTF written all over it, it brings to light the saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words”…

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