An Arab organization opposed to the Jewish presence inÂ JerusalemÂ over theÂ weekendÂ proclaimed thatÂ Israel’s plans to expand the prayer areaÂ for womenÂ at the Kotel was “very dangerous.” The Islamic-Christian Council for Support of Al-Quds and the Holy Places, as the organization is known, said that Jews did not have a right to expand the prayer area at the Kotel, or even to pray there at all, because the Kotel is a part of the Al-Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount.
Alternative reality or just adding insult to injury?
“I try not to pat myself too much on the back, but this administration has done more in terms of the security of the state of Israel than any previous administration. And that’s not just our opinion, that’s the opinion of the Israeli government.”
Hussain Obama, America’s first (and hopefully last) Muslim president.
According to the Obama administration, it’s time to hammer Israel for being unreasonable and paranoid.
(Reuters) – Defense Secretary Leon Panetta urged Israel on Friday to get back to the “damn” negotiating table with Palestinians and take steps to address what he described as the Jewish state’s growing isolation in the Middle East.
When asked by a moderator what steps Israel needed to take to pursue peace, Panetta said: “Just get to the damn table.”
My current Australian speaking tour has been expertly organized by the Q Society. The Q Society is a formidable vanguard of Australian patriots who are determined to stand for human rights against Islamization in Australia. They deserve the support of all freedom-loving people — all who are threatened by the human rights abuses encoded within Islamic law have a friend and defender in the Q Society. And that also means, of course, that dhimmis and self-seeking political opportunists will consider the Q Society an enemy.
On October 28, 2011, the jihadi forum Minbar Al-Tawhid Wal-Jihad published a fatwa by Sheikh Abu Humam Al-Athari, a member of its shari’a council, in which he unequivocally permits mujahideen to capture the infidels’ women and have sexual intercourse with them, even those who are married, on the claim that their marriage bonds to infidels are dissolved as soon as they are taken captive.
Following are the fatwa‘s main points:
The inquiry in response to which Al-Athari issued the fatwa reads as follows: “Is it permissible for mujahideen in jihad fronts to kidnap the infidels’ women and hold them as their captives? What is the ruling regarding a captive in our times? How should they be divided [among the mujahideen]? Is it permissible to imprison [an infidel woman who has been taken captive] in an infidel land, or must she be brought to Dar Al-Islam [the abode of Islam]? How much time must one wait before having sexual intercourse with her, regarding both one who is a virgin and one who is not?”
Saudis fear there will be ‘no more virgins’ and people will turn gay if female drive ban is lifted
Don’t laugh. That wouldn’t be respectful. And you know how the Saudis, and Islamic supremacists in general, are aboutÂ respect. Remember also, as Pamela Geller reminds us often, that Obama has assured the Islamic world that we willÂ respectÂ Islam — and also therefore Islamic law. But the best way to gain respect is to be respectable. This one, on the other hand, made me wonder if maybe someone like John Cleese or Eric Idle had gotten a job writing material for the Muslim scholars at the Majlis al-Ifta’ al-A’ala, Saudi Arabia’s highest religious council.
Sharia Alert from the Kingdom of the Two Holy Places: “Saudis fear there will be ‘no more virgins’ and people will turn gay if female drive ban is lifted,” from theÂ Daily Mail, December 1 (thanks to JW):
Repealing a ban on women drivers in Saudi Arabia would result in ‘no more virgins’, the country’s religious council has warned.A ‘scientific’ report claims relaxing the ban would also see more Saudis – both men and women – turn to homosexuality and pornography.