Timbuktu, in the Sahara Desert, was once a centre of Islamic learning. (That sure helped them to advance civilization, lets go and learn something!/ed)
Fartwa against Jihad
Sadly, we all remember the death warrant on Salman Rushdie but next month a fatwa against terrorism will be delivered.
Ed Husein is a “moderate pretender”, one of Britain’s kumbaya Muslims, paid Â for by the delusional Nullabor gov’t to pull the Islamic wool over infidel eyes and ears… (I can’t wait to see Â this fartwa, Eddie!)
Will the Christianophobia never end? (JW)
British Muslim Fanatics Cheer Soldiers Deaths
Sedition is a word that is seldom used today in our Multicultural PC world, but Islam is behind the erosion of our society in so many ways. From our Government, to our Military, to our Police, to our Legal system, to our Education system, Stealth Jihad is alive and flourishing.Looks like we need a lot more interfaith-kumbaya….More>>
(Reuters) -Â French aid worker Pierre Camatte, who returned to France on Thursday after being freed from captivity by North African al Qaeda militants, said his captors tried repeatedly to convert him to Islam.
More from the ROP:
- British Teens Humiliated, Told to Lick Muslim Boots…
- Bangladeshi Military Assisted Rampage Against Christians, Hindus, Buddhist Villagers…
- Turkey Still Deadlocked over Rights of Religious Minorities…
Prison Jihad USA
Syed Arsalan Bukhari, executive director ofÂ the WashingtonÂ CAIR chapter, issued anÂ Internet callÂ last week saying that “Muslim volunteers” are “direly needed in the 20 or so state institutions across our state to lead study/discussion/halaqah sessions for inmates, lead prayers and just generally insure that inmates are receiving the services they need.”
CAIR’s ties to Hamas and itsÂ chronic support for alleged terrorists and their financiers might give corrections officials pause about the wisdom of such a relationship with the organization. Those ties appear to be the focus of a federalÂ grand jury investigation in Washington, D.C. Bukhari’s own statements might add to that concern: Â More>>