* Sorry for the delay in updates, folks. Taking a caravan to Timbuktu can delay the posting of new articles, but it doesn’t prevent them from being posted. Here’s news, and unfortunately its just as bad as yesterday’s and the days before:
First, the bad news:
48 % of Irish have misguided tolerance towards hijab, Bunglawussi jubliant
Pupils’ right to wear hijab is backed by almost half surveyed
CARL O’BRIEN/The Irish Times
ALMOST HALF of people feel the wearing of hijabs or headscarves by Muslim students should be allowed in State schools, according to the latest Irish Times /TNS mrbi poll.
Malaysian Foreign Minister: We must correct Western media’s misperceptions of Islam
* My guess: the beheadings will continue until the West changes its perception of islam.
You want to correct Western perceptions of Islam? Stop blowing things up and cutting off peoples’ heads while shouting, “Allahu akbar.” Turn your energies to stopping the Muslims who are blowing things up and cutting off peoples’ heads while shouting, “Allahu akbar,” rather than to making Western non-Muslims stop noticing.
“We Must Correct Western Media Perception On Islam, Says Rais,” from Bernama via JW
*Â Malaysian president Abdullah Badawi calls for British Muslims to live under sharia law
* The hide! The chutzpah, the hubris! This A-sole should be toldÂ to shove his ‘religion’ and fly a kite, but there is not ONE Western ‘leader’ who will say a word. Unreal!
*Â How about stoning women for adultery on Trafalgar Square?Â How about public flogging for drinking alcohol? How about cutting off hands and feet for stealing? (from other muslims of course, not from the Kuffar!)
* In a sane world this guy would be told to shove it, or better to get his head examined. Unfortunatley we don’t live in a sane world.
Muslim extremism in Britain will grow unless the Government and society learn to understand Islam, Malaysia’s prime minister has warn
“We will use your liberal laws against you” sez primary witness in Mark Steyn’s hate speech case
* Anything to shut you up: Muslims told to insist on equal voice in media
*Â Laws against promoting hatred called useless
* Khurrum Awan, serial liar
Canuckstian’s nightmare has only just begun: the tiny minority of (muslim) excremists demands ‘equal voice’ in the press. No criticism of Islam allowed folks:
Beheaded … Ken Bigley, and quote from Muslimyouth.net user
UK: AN Islamic website which backs suicide bombers got a Â£35,000 Government grant â€“ a month before the anniversary of the 7/7 attacks.
* The UK is right on track for the Islamization: to hell in a handbasket
AN Islamic website which backs suicide bombers got a Â£35,000 Government grant â€“ a month before the anniversary of the 7/7 attacks.
Muslimyouth.net carries dozens of rants by fanatics on its “support group” site.
One member wrote of suicide missions: “If you can blow dozens of people up at the same time, great, absolutely great.”
UK:Â “Infidels have no right to spy on Muslims”
* There is only one way to Islam and that’s the way of the Koran & the profit Muhammad:
Indonesian government orders Ahmadiyyas to return to orthodox Islam — or face 5 years in prison for “insulting Islam”
* Now how many times have muslims told us that ‘Islam is not a monolith’, that Islam has many sects and is as colorful as the world? ‘Reformers’ like Irshad Manji would have us believe that every muslim can cook his own little Islam, etc etc. but when it comes to the crunch things look quite different: only the real thing will do:
*Â That’s not all folks. There is always more. So much Jihad and so little time….
To be continued….
Hijab in Ireland continued
While 48 per cent agree with their use in State schools, 39 per cent do not and 13 per cent have no opinion.
A breakdown of the figures show that while a clear majority of younger people agree with the use of hijabs, older people are more likely to be opposed.
Green Party voters are among the most likely to agree (69 per cent), followed by Sinn FÃ©in and Independents (57 per cent) and Fianna FÃ¡il (48 per cent). Labour and Fine Gael voters are split evenly.
Women are more likely to agree (55 per cent) compared with men (42 per cent).
People are also divided on whether the Government should produce guidelines on the wearing of hijabs in State schools. A total of 49 per cent agree that the State should provide guidelines, while 41 per cent feel the State should not get involved in the issue and 10 per cent have no opinion.
The poll was conducted last Tuesday and Wednesday among a representative sample of 1,000 voters in face-to-face interviews at 100 sampling points in all 43 constituencies.
Minister for Education Batt O’Keeffe has said that the Government will consider whether to issue guidelines on the wearing of the hijab in schools when it drafts an intercultural education strategy later this year.
Some teachers’ groups and the State’s advisory body on interculturalism have signalled that national guidelines should be avoided and the issue should be dealt with on a case by case basis.
The poll indicates that there is little difference on the issue between rural and urban areas. When broken down by social class, people from better-off backgrounds were more likely to agree with the use of the headscarf or hijab.
Â© 2008 The Irish Times
Malaysian Foreign Minister:
This problem, the demands, the supremacy is world wide. In Canada the Muslim sock puppet for the Canadian Islamic Congress has an offer we can’t refuse:
“Muslims must ‘demand that right to participate’ in national media, Khurrum Awan, the primary witness in the Maclean’s magazine hate speech hearing, told a weekend conference of the Canadian Arab Federation. … And we have to tell them, you know what, if you’re not going to allow us to do that, there will be consequences. You will be taken to the human rights commission, you will be taken to the press council, and you know what? If you manage to get rid of the human rights code provisions [on hate speech], we will then take you to the civil courts system. And you know what? Some judge out there might just think that perhaps it’s time to have a tort of group defamation, and you might be liable for a few million dollars,”
“Mr. Awan described his increasingly high-profile struggle “against particular elements in media that are misusing and abusing their responsibility” in writing about Islam.”
“He said that the argument for limitless free speech ‘is really a far-right Republican argument that is being imported into this country.’ ”
“So the only practical remedy that is available are the human rights commissions,” he said, calling it ‘the only process in which you as the complainant have control.’ ”
Yep. It’s a plot. Get it dhimmis?