No s#*t! But you can’t blame the Muslims for not trying:
Muslim activist asks if Sharia courts constitutional in Russia
A lawyer and head of the Al-Fatkh Muslim organization in St. Petersburg, Dzhamaliddin Makhmutov, has sent a letter to Russia’s Constitutional Court asking if the introduction of advisory Sharia courts is lawful.
“I am putting forward the civil initiative of creating a Sharia court, which may reduce tension and [encourage] the growth of tolerance in society,” the daily quoted him as saying. “Together with labor migrants, Islam has entered the streets of our cities and not to notice this means to avoid solving the problem,” he noted. (More)
Salafists are at work in Bulgaria; local standoff with police.
Here’s the translated article fromÂ DNES. Notice that the radical group was established in the Netherlands and funded by the Saudis â€” brand-new cultural enrichment for Bulgaria, courtesy of the European Union:Â Read more Â»
They found “a large number of propaganda papers with radical content preaching religious hatred.” What? In an Islamic foundation? There must be some mistake! “Bulgarian police raid offices of Islamic foundation,” from AFP (no online link), October 6
“Allah comes first…”
‘He told her (his wife) Â to tell the children that he loved them very much but that he had to go for the sake of Allah because Allah and his prophet Mohammed came first.’ Ali denies one charge of preparation for acts of terrorism. The case continues.
How comfortable must Londoners be with the fact that people like this are allowed access to the strategic transport infrastructure of one of the world’s pre-eminent cities?
Pamela Geller has noted the same tendency to whitewash the way in which Islamic jihadists use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and supremacism on the part of the Society of Professional Journalists,Â here.
Bid’a is innovation in Islamic doctrine or practice. It is considered a serious sin, since Islamic doctrine and practice is supposed to have been set entirely by Allah through Muhammad. This idea tends to discourage Islamic reform, including reform of the aspects of Islamic doctrine that call for warfare against and the subjugation of unbelievers. But this explanation of bid’a (bid’at in Turkish) fromÂ Serenity Fountain, a Turkish Sunni site, allows for the appearance of innovation, so as to deceive unbelievers. The particular text below is onlineÂ here