Oh infidel, how dare you resist the law of allah!

Victorian Islamic group may sue ASIO

How dare these filthy infidels keep an eye on our mosques! (thanks to Mullah)

Bunglawussi Watch:

Did the NYPD’s spying on Muslims violate the law?

Well of course it did “violate” the sharia. The whole  idea is about keeping infidels safe from the Koranimals who would murder and terrorize them with impunity without serious policing. Which beggars the question: why allow the soldiers of allah to settle behind enemy lines in the first place?

New York Post and Daily News defend NYPD’s spying on Muslims, denounce Associated Press

For the Bunglamob, that’s an outrage. How dare they!

Once again,  Muselmaniacs try to hide behind the Jews:

Florida: Senate panel rams through bill Muslims and Jews call discriminatory– they always find a useful idiot to do their bidding. In this case its Andrew Rosenkranz, regional director for the Anti Defamation League, who plays the useful idiot:

“The alleged threat of Islamic, other religious or foreign law to Florida’s court system is completely illusory, and the Senate’s consideration of this measure is an unwise use of resources,” Rosenkranz said, adding that both the Florida and U.S. constitutions “already prohibit the unconstitutional application of foreign law in the courts.”

Muslim Brotherhood operative Ahmed Bedier is almost in tears:

“They kind of shoved it to the end, and they didn’t really let us discuss it,” said Ahmed Bedier, founder of United Voices of America, which works on minority issues. “You have like 50 people against it. They didn’t let a single person speak.”   —Sun-Sentinel, 28 February 2012

“We will not abide by Sharia law in Florida”

“There are certain rulings about marriage and inheritance that are explicitly laid out in the Koran and I want to make sure those are followed through and not have a stranger who just happens to have an authority position in the state tell me that doesn’t count,” said FSU student Kany Aziz.

Sure. Women get only half of the loot and can be beaten, according to Koran chapter 4, verse 34

Respeck it, infidel!

PuffHo offers a  soapbox to Islamo-propagandist Reyhana Patel  who tries desperately to put lipstick on this pig:

“Extremism?” Yawn. Blather and deflection. Piss off to Pakistan, Reyhana!

Similar rubbish from Asshat (spelling?)  Baig:

Al Muhajiroun have only carried out insensitive political protests at inappropriate times. If white people had carried out the same kind of protests then the reaction would have been very different. 

5 thoughts on “Oh infidel, how dare you resist the law of allah!”

  1. I hope that the object of the legislation is to protect all citizens from one particular system of law which is based on inequality, and religiously prescribed, active discrimination against followers of all other faiths.

    Islam presumes the supremacy of sharia, ie, Allah’s law, over all man made law.
    So much for the laws of every Western democracy!! Allah hates them, and what Allah hates, a devout Muslim also hates. (No time here for that long list.)

    Also assumed is the superiority of Muslims over non-Muslims, – infidels for short, and sometimes kuffar or kafir. (WARNING: These are not terms of endearment.)

    These two fragile (laughable, really) presumptions of superiority are firmly and extensively established in Islam’s sacred writings. They are tenets of a religious/political ideology , firmly upheld by devout Muslims. (“Known terrorist Muslims as well?” – I hear you ask. )

    These presumptions are manifested in the readiness of so many thousands of Muslims around the world to be offended, insulted, deeply wounded, outraged etc, and in their propensity to loud, demonstrative, fiery and aggressive outpourings of these hurt feelings. (It must be hell inside those sensitive skins if their behaviour is anything to go by.)

    The aggressive physical occupation of streets and other public places, for personal religious worship, is also a demonstration of these beliefs of superiority. No other religious worshippers behave in this fashion. No other religion is so sensitively, yet menacingly demanding of not just acceptance, (that’s for infidel wimps), but dominance. “We are greater”, they constantly proclaim, “just like Allah.”

    Their texts go further, and spell out the consequences for infidels, when Muslims are in a position to enforce sharia.

    (If you’re interested, there are three: a) Death, b), Conversion, or c), Dhimmi status.
    All dhimmi live at the sufferance of their political rulers. As chronicled by Muslim historians of the times, non-observance of their onerous, discriminatory (but sacred) laws was severely and collectively punished.
    Death, amputation, rape, abduction, enslavement, looting and arson, both against family and clan members were a constant threat to all dhimmi.

    No change in the interpretation and implementation of these texts can be even contemplated or discussed by the faithful. That would be heresy, punishable by death, as prescribed in sharia.

    Such is the sharia of the most merciful, (that’ll be the day), and compassionate, (all the compassion of an avalanche for a flower), Allahahahahahaha.

    So jihad, like rust, never stops its corrosive activity.
    Why don’t they get a life, look after their families and leave others alone?

  2. Reyhana Patel says this in here article

    What was also strange was that Unite Against Fascism, a group which counters every EDL protest was briefly mentioned in the documentary but not featured in the film despite being opposed to both forms of extremism. Why weren’t they interviewed? Shouldn’t there have been moderate views to counter these arguments?

    Is she somehow insinuating that the UAF are moderate ffs. I haven’t noticed the UAF counter protesting against Islamic protests only against the EDL. The whole article is a load of bull. just as I suspect (I haven’t watched it as I’m pretty sure it will be bias as hell) the program was.

  3. Reyhana Patel says this in here article

    What was also strange was that Unite Against Fascism, a group which counters every EDL protest was briefly mentioned in the documentary but not featured in the film despite being opposed to both forms of extremism. Why weren’t they interviewed? Shouldn’t there have been moderate views to counter these arguments?

    Is she somehow insinuating that the UAF are moderate ffs. I haven’t noticed the UAF counter protesting against Islamic protests only against the EDL. The whole article is a load of bull. just as I suspect (I haven’t watched it as I’m pretty sure it will be bias as hell) the program was.

    Maturecheese

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