I say, give the MuBro’s a chance! Let sharia rule; what could go wrong?
(Obama will not write it off. Obama will look after his Muslim brother Muhammad Morsi. But Egypt is a failed state because of Islam, not because of previous dictatorships and not because of ‘democracy’, which never had a chance among the Arabs. What Ramdani is arguing for is simply to sustain the MuBro regime by paying the jiziya, without questioning Islamic supremacy.)
Who is worse, President Mohamed Morsi, the elected Islamist seeking to apply Islamic law in Egypt, or President Husni Mubarak, the former dictator ousted for trying to start a dynasty? More broadly will a liberal, democratic order more likely emerge under Islamist ideologues who prevail through the ballot box or from greedy dictators with no particular agenda beyond their own survival and power? Morsi’s recent actions provide an answer, establishing that Islamists are yet worse than dictators.
It’s Dictators All the Way Down
A bigger man than Obama would concede failure. A decent man would feel that he owed it to the people whose cause he had encouraged to tell them something, anything. But Obama is too busy posing and primping for his place in history to waste time taking a long look at the debris in his rearview mirror. (Sultan Knish)
Chaos was on the retreat when I travelled to Egypt to see a new president being elected earlier this year.
It was only six months ago, and Mohammed Morsi was still riding a huge wave of optimism caused by the greatest combined revolutions in the history of the Middle East and North Africa.
Renovations in Amsterdam apartments – nicknamed “halal homes” in the press – have sparked a political row in the Netherlands.
About 180 apartments in Amsterdam have been given special makeovers which suit the wishes of Muslim residents. Features include individual taps that can be used for ritual cleansing before prayers and sliding doors to keep men and women apart.
Some “right-wing” politicians have been stirring up public opposition, warning that anyone asking for such modifications should “leave for Mecca”.
Recent opinion polls suggest that if there were to be an election tomorrow, Geert Wilders Freedom Party (PVV) would win.
Syrian al Qaeda al Nusra leader feels hard done by:
Syria opposition urges U.S. to review al-Nusra blacklisting
(Reuters) – The leader of Syria’s opposition coalition urged the United States on Wednesday to review its decision to designate the militant Islamist Jabhat al-Nusra as a terrorist group, saying that religion was a legitimate motive for rebel fighters.
“The decision to consider a party that is fighting the regime as a terrorist party needs to be reviewed,” Mouaz Alkhatib told a “Friends of Syria” meeting in Morocco.
“We might disagree with some parties and their ideas and their political and ideological vision. But we affirm that all the guns of the rebels are aimed at overthrowing the tyrannical criminal regime”.
Just don’t mention “jihad” to American soldiers; that would enrage Muslims:
THE editor-in-chief of The Age has defended a series of cartoons published over the last week, one of which the B’nai B’rith Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC) labelled as “virulent hate-speech”, that have outraged the Melbourne Jewish community.
A cartoon by Michael Leunig last Wednesday adapted German pastor Martin Niemoeller’s famous “First they came for the Jews” statement about the apathy of German intellectuals following the Nazi rise to power, changing it to “First they came for the Palestinians”.
The cartoon then states: “I did not speak out because if I did, doors would close to me, hateful mail would arrive, bitterness and spiteful condemnations would follow.” More from the Australian Jewish News:
The Jews, recipients of the Ten Commandments, are not only murderers – but they are prophet-killers (as Muslims charge) and God-killers. (Dare I say “Christ-killers”?)
What can this cartoon represent except naked hate for, and incitement against, Jews? How else can it be interpreted?
(There is no genocide; this is typical Muselmanic hyperbole)
This is the story of a people fleeing the land where they were born – the Muslim Rohingya of Myanmar.
(Being born in a foreign land doesn’t make you a citizen. Muslims might claim that right, but the law doesn’t work that way. Interesting that the monk says later in the video that the Muslim shouted “kill them all, this is Islamic land just like Pakistan…”)
It is interesting that the riots always start after Friday prayers.
Earlier this year a Buddhist woman was raped and murdered in western Myanmar. The authorities charged three Muslim men.
A week later, 10 Muslims were murdered in a revenge attack. What happened next was hidden from the outside world.
(Not at all. The bleeding hearts networx all over the world couldn’t get enough of how bad the evil Buddhists were treating the “most oppressed people in the world”.)
Bloodshed pitted Buddhists against minority Rohingya Muslims. Many Rohingya fled their homes, which were burned down in what they said was a deliberate attempt by the predominantly Buddhist government to drive them out of the country.
(Most Muslims burned their own homes in the hope to get new ones paid for by the “International community”, or UN-resettlement programs in the west)
During one attack in Abidjan’s Zone 4 district in July, Raissa said a soldier invoked the Quran in justifying the violence. “in the Qur’an it says that when you kill a homosexual you go to heaven” she recalled.
Notice the Mail and Guardian’s use of ‘savage’. But Pamela Geller’s ads are the problem.
Post-colonial Ivory Coast was a success story. But Muslim immigration has turned it into a nightmare:
Transgender sex workers in the Ivory Coast have increasingly become the target of violence since President Alassane Ouattara came into power.(Gallo)
It seemed like a case of simple blackmail. Late one night last month, two cars carrying around 10 soldiers pulled up to a group of prostitutes in Abidjan’s Vallon neighbourhood and began demanding bribes.
To save themselves, some of the women in the group approached the soldiers and told them what they knew would divert their attention: they pointed to a sex worker cowering among them who goes by the street name of Raissa. And they sold her out.
The soldiers cornered her, stripped her and discovered her secret: Raissa, who requested that her real name not be used out of fear for her safety, is not a woman at all, but rather a man dressed as one.
The image appeared on the front page of the New York Post with the headline ‘Doomed’. The 58-year-old can be seen looking at the train with his arms outstretched he tries to heave himself out of its path. (BNI)
PuffHo confirmed that Naeem Davis, 31, an immigrant from Sierra Leone, is a devout Muslim who visits a mosque daily.
As Han struggled to get back onto the platform, commuters just stood and watched until a subway train hit and killed him. New York Post Muslim photographer, R. Umar Abbasi, apparently had enough time to take pictures of the terrified man, but not enough compassion and selflessness to even attempt to pull him up out of harms way.
Something stinks. Did they both visit the same mosque?
A number of readers note the omission of Gina Rinehart and other members of the productive sector from Fairfax’s “most influential women” list. Here’s the selectioncriteria:
From more than 2000 nominations we selected the 20 women we felt most strongly were “a woman that empowers other women”. This list is a timely reminder of just some of the inspiring and powerful women we have in our corner. They have all made an impact on the lives of Australian women this year and the issues that are most important to them.
One of the empoweresses is Susan Carland, a suburban Melbourne female who these days gets around in a freedom smock. Inspiring!
Susan Carland, with daughter Aisha, isn’t sure whether she found Islam, or it found her,