Don’t fake ignorance. Â We told you all along that this Â was not about ‘freedom & democracy’, but about Islam. Its all happening now:
Egypt, a beacon of freedom and democracy:
“I am an enemy of democracy”- I am definitely supporting sharia….. Â (h/t Barenaked)
Liberated for sharia, Libya is making tabula rasa….
Libyan woman on the freshly reinstated polygamy laws:
This woman is ignorant. She never read the Koran:
Qur’an (2:223)Â -Â “Your wives are as a tilth unto you; so approach your tilth when or how ye will…”
Qur’an (4:3)Â – “Marry women of your choice, Two or three or four”Â —
Bukhari (6:301)Â -Â “[Muhammad] said, ‘Is not the evidence of two women equal to the witness of one man?’Â They replied in the affirmative.Â He said,Â ‘This is the deficiency in her intelligence.’“
Don’t say I told you so:
Libya: Dozens of dead Gaddafi supporters found, ‘may have been executed’
This is only the beginning. The deserts of the all new sharia Libya is big enough to swallow thousands of sharia opponents including Â those who were loyal to Gaddafi.
Sirte, 24 Oct. (AKI) -At least 53 supporters of Muammar Gaddafi whose bodies were found in a hotel in Sirte are believed to have been executed by anti-Gaddafi fighters, Human Rights Watch said on Monday.
The bodies were found in the abandoned Mahari Hotel in a neighbourhood of Sirte under control by transitional government fighters prior to the city’s fall on 20 October, the New York-based organisation said in a statement posted on its website.
“We found 53 decomposing bodies, apparently Gaddafi supporters, at an abandoned hotel in Sirte, and some had their hands bound behind their backs when they were shot,” said Peter Bouckaert, emergencies director at Human Rights Watch, who investigated the killings. “This requires the immediate attention of the Libyan authorities to investigate what happened and hold accountable those responsible.”
The around the hotel had been in rebel hands since the beginning of October, the statement said.
“The bodies were clustered together, apparently where they had been killed, on the grass in the sea-view garden of the hotel,” Human Rights Watch said.
Human Rights Watch called on Libyan authorities to investigate the deaths.
Ousted dictator Gaddafi on Thursday was captured and killed in Sirte, his hometown that fell into anti-Gaddafi fighters’ hands on the same day signalling the end of an eight-month civil war.
The National Transitional Council, Libya’s anti-Gaddafi leadership, on Sunday officially declared Libya ”liberated” after around 42 years of totalitarian rule.