If you’re a gay flight attendant for KLM airways, you better get comfortable with the idea that your company may send you to a location where you could be beaten, imprisoned, or even killed. All with the apparent blessing of the company.
No more exeptions:
“KLM has already allowed a number of stewardesses not to serve on flights to Iran because ‘unpleasant things happened to them there,’ but the company says it cannot make any more exceptions. No further changes will be made unless it becomes really unsafe for personnel,” reported Radio Netherlands.
Remember: Muslim spokesmen and their useful idiots in the West keep telling us that “women should be free to chose the burqa”. Unfortunately, this freedom of choice doesn’t apply to those who chose not to wear the freedom sack:
The fashion show was “Christian” in the sense that it was held in a Christian village. Hamas would make sure that Christians would abide by Islamic Sharia norms. “Wherever there are Christians there’s moral decline.”
Sharia Alert: “Christian fashion show angers Muslims,” from theÂ Irish Sun, via JW
Nairobi/Khartoum – Sudanese religious guardians briefly detained 25 amateur models, designers and make-up artists in the capital Khartoum last week, according to local media reports Tuesday.
“I’m too sexy for my Shiite…”
The incident took place after the Sudanese Next Top Model Show in the city. Police were call on to intervene in the “unislamic” event where men and women were seen together in public, according to Radio Miraya.
Local artist Rashid Diab criticized the police action. There was nothing immoral about a fashion show, he told the radio station, adding that such incidents was a hindrance to creativity in Africa’s largest country, whereIslam is the dominant religion.
Over the last year, officials from the country’s vice squad have arrested several young women for wearing trousers. Courts have handed down sentences to lashes for “immoral” attire.
The incidents have attracted international interest, especially since a Sudanese journalist working for theÂ United Nations was among those arrested.
International runways feature several Sudanese models, including Alek Wek and Ajak Deng.
PARIS, June 28 (Reuters) – Prime Minister Francois Fillon urged France’s Muslims on Monday to reject full face veils as a sectarian caricature of Islam, a week before parliament debates a law banning burqas and niqabs in public.
Inaugurating a mosque in a northwestern Paris suburb, he said French Muslims should combat a tiny radical minority using face veils as a way to combat the integration of a tolerant Islam that respects the separation of church and state.
“The Islam of France, the Islam you practice daily, has nothing to do with this caricature that dims the lights of your faith,” Fillon, the most senior French politician to inaugurate a mosque in decades, said to applause from the crowd.
Not to worry, its all done according to the prophets teachings:
“Having sex with the wife is illegal before reaching nine years, be it a permanent or a timed [mu’tah] marriage, but the rest of acts like foreplaying [touching for sexual pleasure], hugging and Tafkhid is legal even with a baby.”
Pakistan’s name means “Land of the Pure,” but some of its internet users appear to be decidedly “impure.”Â About four years ago, I was first introduced to Google Trends, a feature whereby Google monitors and publishes records of its internet searches. Any person can access this data. What had drawn my interest was aÂ