Soccer Jihad

First we got this:

French striker Nicolas Anelka has been sent home after turning the air Les Blues with his foul mouth rampage at Coach Raymond Domenech after he was substituted during the defeat to Mexico. He is alleged to have said, “Va te faire enculer, sale fils de pute!” Which roughly translates as, “I f*kc you in the ass,  you son of a  (infidel) whore!” Lovely. Although, let’s face it he does have a point. It seems the Camembert is really beginning to stink.

Followed by this:

France (Reuters) – France’s team returned to Paris under heavy police protection on Thursday after their humiliating first-round exit from the World Cup.

They really look French, don’t they:

“French” Team 2010

Somali jihadists: People should not watch World Cup soccer, lest it “distract them from pursuing holy jihad”

Egypt’s soccer team: No Infidels need apply

But remember: those who report on stories such as this are the haters, not people like Hassan Shehata. Islamic Tolerance Alert from Egypt: “Egypt’s soccer boss says piety key to making team,” by Hamza Hendawi for the Associated Press

Here’s an important update, in German:

Then we got this:

Somali militants have threatened football fans they will be publicly flogged – or worse – if they are caught watching the World Cup on TV.

Then they started killing people:

World Cup 2010: Somali football fans executed for watching matches …

The latest:

Algeria player Rafik Saifi slapped a female journalist across the face as the aftermath of the USA’s dramatic World Cup victory turned ugly at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on Wednesday night

Nasty piece of work:  Rafik Saifi

Lawsuit against Egyptian soccer star for “normalization”

No “Jew-hugging!”

From Al Arabiya via the Elder of Ziyon

Al Arabiya quotes a prominent Egyptian scholar Gamma al-Banna (brother of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, but considered much more liberal) who said that there is nothing wrong with Motaeb being on the same team as Gershon, as long as he doesn’t become friends with him. Hatred for Israel is a given, he says, but asking him to not be on a team with an Israeli is going a little bit too far.   No “normalization”

Then there are the fartwas:

The legal opinions proclaimed by Islamic scholars, known as fatwas, have proliferated in the Muslim world since the 1980s. The growth in fatwas – some of them contradictory – has led to debate over who can legitimately issue them. As part of a government drive to eliminate frivolous fatwas, the Saudi newspaper Al Watan recently published one such edict setting out new rules for football. We publish an edited translation below.

In the name of God the merciful and benevolent:

1. International terminology that heretics use, such as “foul,” “penalty”, “corner,” “goal”, “out” and others, should be abandoned and not said. Whoever says them should be punished and ejected from the game.

2. Do not call “foul” and stop the game if someone falls and sprains a hand or foot or the ball touches his hand, and do not give a yellow or red card to whoever was responsible for the injury or tackle. Instead, it should be adjudicated according to Sharia rulings concerning broken bones and injuries.

3. Do not follow the heretics, the Jews, the Christians and especially evil America regarding the number of players. Do not play with 11 people. Add to this number or decrease it.

4. Play in your regular clothes or your pyjamas or something like that, but not coloured shorts and numbered T-shirts, because shorts and T-shirts are not Muslim clothing. Rather, they are heretical and western clothing, so beware of imitating their fashion.

5. If you have fulfilled these conditions and intend to play soccer, play to strengthen the body in order better to struggle in the way of God on high and to prepare the body for when it is called to jihad. Soccer is not for passing time or the thrill of so-called victory.

6. Do not play in two halves. Rather, play in one half or three halves in order to completely differentiate yourselves from the heretics, the corrupted and the disobedient.

7. If neither of you beats the other, or “wins”, as it is called, and neither puts the leather between the posts, do not add extra time or penalties. Instead leave the field, because winning with extra time and penalty kicks is the pinnacle of imitating heretics and international rules.

8. Young crowds should not gather to watch when you play because if you are there for the sake of sports and strengthening your bodies as you claimed, why would people watch you? You should make them join your physical fitness and jihad preparation, or you should say: “Go proselytise and seek out morally reprehensible acts in the markets and the press and leave us to our physical fitness.”

9. You should spit in the face of whoever puts the ball between the posts or uprights and then runs in order to get his friends to follow him and hug him like players in America or France do, and you should punish him, for what is the relationship between celebrating, hugging and kissing and the sports that you are practising?

10. You should use two posts instead of three pieces of wood or steel that you erect in order to put the ball between them, meaning that you should remove the crossbar in order not to imitate the heretics and in order to be entirely distinct from the soccer system’s despotic international rules.

11. Do not do what is called “substitution,” that is, taking the place of someone who has fallen, because this is a practice of the heretics in America and elsewhere

Credit to Shiva for this

27 thoughts on “Soccer Jihad”

  1. Oh, come ON! He said “I’ll f*** you in the arse, dirty son of a whore.” Nothing about infidel. Don’t read too much into this and concentrate on the important stuff, please?

    “Coons” can also be frogs.

  2. * 6. Do not play in two halves. Rather, play in one half or three halves in order to completely differentiate yourselves from the heretics

    (not quite 1984)

    “How many halves, Winston?”


    The needle went up to sixty. “How many halves, Winston?”…

    “Three! Three! Three!”

    “No, Winston, that is no use. You are lying. You still think there are two. How many halves, please?”

    “Two! One! Three! Anything you like. Only stop it, stop the pain!”

    “islam is peace” (George W Orwell)

  3. Hey Gary, we are not racists – we just hate islamists – so we should not use the coon word to describe people of different skin color. ok? -cool!

  4. After reading the above fartwa it is clear that muslims are little more that child bullies. What a load of Crap!

  5. Hey kaw, in Australia, Kraft (who I am now boycotting because of their halal products) have a brand of cheese called Coon.

    And the French are commonly called cheese-eating surrender monkeys.

    I’ll leave it to you to do the maths.

  6. * Hey kaw, in Australia, Kraft (who I am now boycotting because of their halal products)

    Me too, along with Cadbury, Bega, Nestle’.

    (Cadbury) Halal Products

    Please find below a list of products that have been certified Halal by the Halal Certifying Authority – Australia.

    (just about all their products, including)

    Cadbury Dairy Milk Easter Bunny
    Cadbury Crunchie Bunny
    Cadbury Dream Bunny
    Old Gold Bunny
    Cadbury Dairy Milk Eggs
    Cadbury Crunchie Eggs
    Cadbury Dream Eggs
    Old Gold Eggs
    Cadbury Beanie Characters

    Red Tulip Bunny
    Red Tulip Eggs
    Red Tulip Circus Train
    Red Tulip Humpty Dumpty
    Red Tulip Lucky Horseshoe
    Red Tulip Ponyshoe

    Cadbury Santa
    Cadbury Dairy Milk Advent Calendar

    Coon cheese may not all be halal – it used to be clearly marked as Kraft, but now is a National Foods brand. If I remember, I’ll check it again – the halal symbol is often hard to see in among the other guff on food labels.

    Some more for Gary Rumain in the Join the Discussion thread

  7. * OK I give up

    Don’t give up, Cecilie – sometimes the site “falls asleep” when posting comments, or even when loading it – “waiting for google”. Google has been very erratic here lately – maybe the Ruddfilter is gumming it up?

  8. ML, yeah, I boycott all their products. Its a lot easier. Kraft, Cadbury – Schweppes, Nestle, Bega, etc. If any of their products have halal ingredients or are halal certified, I won’t buy anything from them.

  9. GR, I came across Ummat al-Kuffar while looking for something else:

    …the global community of everyone who isn’t a follower of Muhammad!

    [Now we are PROUD to be the Kuffar (al-Kuffar)… we represent the vast majority of mankind who have, and always will, resist the ideological brainwashing & deceit of the cult of Muhammad.

    Link to Ummat al Kuffar – All for One and One for All “Ummat al-Kuffar” means the worldwide community of al-Kuffar.]

    (another fightback site in the U (a) K.)

  10. Anelka is one of the suburbers, like several in the diversity French football team.

    The French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, however, was entitled to the same treatment when he on Wednesday – after the one hour meeting with Thierry Henry – on a 20 minutes notice, went out to the nightmare suburb of the 2005 riots, only to be welcomed by one of the residents:

    “Va te faire e….!” “..You’re on my land here!” “Ici t’es chez moi!”

    (‘Tu’ [t’es – you are], being the familiar way to address someone. ‘Vous’ is the correct ‘you’ when addressing a stranger, someone you’re not familiar with, least the president of the republic.)

    Sums up their attitude towards France.

    This person was put in custody after these not so welcoming phrases.

    Anelka (8) is the tall one in the middle at the back of the photo. Standing next to him, tall, darkhaired, handsome, (French) is Yoann Gourcuff (9), excluded by the whole gang of kaïds (muslim gangleaders) in the team. Because he is French? Because he is not a muslim? Because of homophobia?

    One player from the 2006 WC Team, Vikash Dhorasso, says he is shocked that the coach at times asked to have halal buffets when the team would be invited to arrangements. Halal for the whole team, that is.

    The link below, reads: “Sarkozy at Courneuve, five years after the Kärcher”, ie, Sarkozy expressed at that time the necessity of seriously cleaning up the areas because of too much drug/weapon dealing, insecurity, whathaveyou, etc. A real no-go-zone.

  11. Looking for the articles about the Chinese demonstration i Paris last Sunday, raising their voices about “Security for all”, in Belleville, Paris, I excuse myself for putting this comment under this soccer article. But, after all, it’s all part of the same complex. So, this is what it looks like when the Chinese are demonstrating for security in “Arab/African areas” of Paris.

    Never seen before, according to the police 8 500 persons demonstrated last Sunday in Belleville. Two or three times more than 8 500, according to inhabitants of the area.

    “It is very sad to say this, since I am a leftist, but this really is about an interethnical conflict.”

    “« Je suis attristée de dire ça car je suis de gauche mais il s’agit évidemment d’un conflit inter-ethnique »”

  12. Actually, the French team more or less were a disgrace. I guess that happens when you muzify a team.

  13. Mohamed Bridj, member of the Welcome Committee at the surprise visit in Courneuve, outside Paris, was condemned on Friday, to 35 hours of community service for saluting the French president Nicolas Sarkozy with the following words.

    «Va te faire enculer connard, ici t’es chez moi».

    Actually, this Mohamed had forced his way through security, and was hurt at the arrest.

  14. kaw, there was a report a few months back of the coach of the Egyptian team only selecting players who were religious. His kind of religion, of course. He made some claim that they were better players for it.

    Looks like he’s been proved wrong! 🙂

  15. Gary,
    It is the muslim story: don’t try, fail, and blame someone else because allah can’t let a muzz fail.

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