It’s strange that someone capable to smashing car windows with just a plastic milk crate at a Muslim riot was deemedÂ too disabled to work:
HE has no trouble smashing police car windscreens with milk crates but it seems Muslim rioter Omar Halaby is not fit to work, receiving a $200-a-fortnight disability support pension.
Muslim community leader Keysar Trad said he was not aware of the nature of Halaby’s disability but claimed it was often difficult for Muslims to find employment, even if they were able-bodied.
“If you have any name that is Middle Eastern or Islamic, you’ll often find you don’t get past the interview stage,” Mr Trad said. Â (Andrew Bolt has more)
Ray reveals comments from Omar Halaby on his Facebook page claiming he was having the “time of his life” at Downing Centre Court, where he was given a good behaviour bond for damaging a police car during last year’s Muslim riots. Â Listen to Omar Halaby: “time of his life”
As President Hussein Obama prepares for his inauguration, Breitbart News sat down with radio talk show host Mark Levin, the bestselling author of the blockbusters Liberty and Tyranny, Ameritopia, Men in Black, and Rescuing Sprite. Levin painted a stark picture of the reality facing the country – the rise of tyranny – but he also offered hope in one word: “fight.”
Human Rights are the State religion of Europe, the unpleasant new country in which we are now trapped. These supposed rights have expelled and replaced Christianity. They have shrunk the human conscience and vastly increased the power of the State.
Its a place where life is cheap and illegal guns are as available as illegal drugs. It’s a series of war zones whose problem is not the supply of guns, but their own social dysfunction. Â Â The Guns of Obamerica
In the latest attempt byÂ The Huffington PostÂ to convince us that Muhammad was one of the good guys, Craig Considine draws several desperate comparisons between Muhammad and George Washington. Considine even suggests that Muhammad and Washington were kindred spirits on the issue of personal hygiene.Â He writes:
While it may appear as an obscure similarity, Muhammad and Washington also cared a great deal about good hygiene. The Holy Quran, for example, states that, “Allah … loves those who keep themselves pure and clean” (2:22). Similarly, in “Rules of Civility,” Washington wrote that people should keep their “nails clean and short, and your hands and teeth clean, yet without showing any concern for them” (Rule 15). Washington added that people should wear clean clothing: “Wear not your clothes foul, ripped or dusty … and take heed that you approach not to any uncleaness” (Rule 51). Both Muhammad and Washington stressed the importance of maintaining a clean, well-presented physical appearance. They believed that good hygiene was a projection of a positive body image, which, in turn, reflected a healthy mind.
But what happens when we examine Muhammad’s teachings to see how his hygiene practices stand up to scrutiny? Get your camel urine ready, because you’ll have a stomach ache after watching this short clip:
Sounds like allIndiaÂ Sunni Jam-Iyyathul Ulema General Secretary and religious leader Kanthapuram A P Aboobacker Musaliyar didn’t get the taqiyya memo yet. (IBT India)
In the backdrop of growing public outcry for safety and security measures for women in the country, AllIndiaÂ Sunni Jam-Iyyathul Ulema General Secretary and religious leader Kanthapuram A P Aboobacker Musaliyar kicked off a controversy after he said that the growing demand for gender equality went against nature.
“The demand for male-female equality is against nature. Man and woman have different faculties and different responsibilities,” Kanthapuram told The Times ofÂ IndiaÂ report.
“Traditions likeÂ vaniÂ andÂ swaraÂ that cannot be eradicated overnight”
Pak Tribune/thanks to halalporkshop
Bill to ban child marriage rejected as “western propaganda”
“You can have a marriage contract even with a 1-year-old girl, not to mention a girl of 9, 7 or 8,”–Dr. Ahmad al-Mu’biÂ
In what can only be described as a missed opportunity, theÂ Child Marriage Restraint Amendment Bill 2013, presented in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) Assembly last week, was rejected by most lawmakers. What makes this particularly telling is that ANP MPA Munawar Sultana, who was presenting the bill, was unable to get the support of her party members, especially parliamentary party leader Mian Iftikhar Hussain who in 2010 had said he supported imposing restrictions on child marriages. Mr Hussain appeared to have reneged, saying that there was no age limit in other Islamic countries for marriages. Ms Sultana should be commended for recognising just how child marriage stunts a child’s growth on a personal, health, social and educational level and how this impacts society but sure enough, she was slammed for promoting a Western agenda.
…..a period which was called “The Age of Ignorance” orÂ JahillyaÂ in Arabic. There was much enmity and hatred among the various tribes of the land and feuding to settle differences was the norm. Women had no rights and infant girls were regularly murdered as they were considered to be of no use and rather a burden to the family. The rich owned slaves who were treated worse than animals. The poor and the orphans were neglected and the rich became richer. In this age of darkness, a prophet was raised by God whose mission was to bring about a revolution in the land of Arabia. The man was Muhammad (peace and blessings be on him) and in a span of twenty-three years, he was able to unite the warring tribes of Arabia, raise the status of women, restore the dignity of life, bring social justice to the nation, and above all purify the land of the false idols and re-establish the unity of God.
Muhammad was a genocidal lunatic who killed everyone who opposed him. He murdered and expelled all the Jewish tribes of Arabia after robbing them of their wealth and enslaved their women and children. Women had far more rights before Muhammad crawled out of his cave imagining Â Gibreel had whispered in his ear.. The best example for pre-Islamic women’s equality Â is Kadija, Muhammad’s first wife. Kadija was an independent business women who employed Muhammad as a goat herder and camel driver. When Muhammad became rich, he owned slaves and treated them worse than animals. Muhammad Â and his companions became rich by robbing others of their wealth. He threatened everyone with hellfire and death who wouldn’t support him and he never Â bothered Â to raise the status of women. He never knew what “social justice” meant and yes, he engaged in ethnic cleansing. That’s very different Â from Â re-establishing the unity of God.
Father Zakaria Botros recently ran a show dedicated to discussing the question of morality and how it isâ€”or should beâ€”one of the hallmarks of “prophethood.” At the start, he posed the focal question of the show: “Was Muhammad the prophet a moral manâ€”the most upright man, worthy of being emulated by the world?”
He opened the show by relying on an Ibn Taymiyya quote, which evaluated the signs of prophethood. Taymiyya asserted that there are many false-prophets, such as Musailima “the Liar,” a contemporary of Muhammad. Taymiyya concluded that many of these so-called prophets are, in fact, “possessed,” and that the only way to determine the authenticity of any prophet is by examining his biography (sira) and deeds, and see if he be found worthy of the title.
Being that this is the first of several episodes devoted to examining the concepts of morality and prophethood (with the notion that the former reinforces the latter), the theme for this particular episode was “purity” (tahara): “Was Muhammad a ‘pure’ man?”â€”in this context, a question concerning his sexual mores (or lack thereof).
Eager to prove that Islam is indeed the religion of Â far left professors, he jumps on his fav hobbyhorse and rocks it for all the manure Â the New Statesman can produce, in the form of the muselmanic narrative. Ford is literally frothing at the mouth about this article here:
“This kind of evidence-free, stereotype-laden assault on the British Muslim community has got to stop. In an era when all the relevant evidence is available at the click of a mouse, it is not acceptable for a senior journalist at the nation’s most read paper to make demonstrably false claims about one of its largest minority communities.Â Kavanagh’s article is irresponsible rabble-rousing of the worst kind. What a shame he didn’t think to talk to his more informed colleagues from the Olympics press-pack before launching into this ugly tirade. “
President Obama has an, at times, well-deserved reputation for delivering his speeches well. Certainly, the president made an impression today when he delivered his second inaugural address calling for a bolder, more expansive government that would be committed increasingly to the principles of liberalism, with characteristic soaring rhetoric.