Our political correctness enabling such attitudes, rather than stamping them out.
It’s not just in places like Egypt that you find people wanting to transform their country into an Islamist state.
It’s happening over here.
Via Rail terror suspect Chiheb Esseghaier once again appeared in court Monday. He reiterated his demand to be judged by Islamic law.
“I want a judgment based on the holy Qur’an,” he told the judge. “Any lawyer that refuses that need, goodbye to him.” Â Esseghaier will represent himself if he cannot find such a lawyer â€” which of course he won’t.Â He believes the Qur’an is superior to Canadian law. That we should all be subject to it.
Failure is Policy in France:
Interior MinisterÂ Manuel VallsÂ has sowed discord at the heart of the Socialist-led French government after making controversial comments about the country’s immigration policy and its large Muslim population.
Valls Â was quoted as saying it would be up to France to prove that Islam was compatible with democracy.
Look at any Islamic country to see that its not.
France is Â home to the largest Muslim population in Europe, estimated at close to five million people, or 8% of the total population.
Philippino Hijab GrievancesÂ
First stake the claim:
Muslims make up nearly 8 percent of the total populace in the largely Catholic Philippines.
The mineral-rich southern region of Mindanao, Islam’s birthplace in the Philippines, is home to 5 million Muslims.
The world belongs to allah and his profit; “we came here first”
Islam reached the Philippines in the 13th century, about 200 years before Christianity.
Now the fake outrage and the grievances:
Philippine Muslim teachers to remove Hijab
The Philippine government has ordered Muslim teachers in public schools not to wear face-veils in the classroom, saying the decision would promote better relationships between teachers and pupils.
“Once the ustadja (teacher) is in the classroom, she is requested to remove the veil,” Education Secretary Armin Luistro said in an order issued earlier this month cited by The Philippine Daily Inquirer on Tuesday, July 23.
How dare filthy infidels make laws against muselmanic mores:
The ban, imposed last year, was opposed by the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) which criticized the school’s policy on hijab.
Rights activists also called for an online campaign to gather one million signatures for a boycott of the Catholic College.
Egypt: the killing continues
Muslim Brotherhood members beat a policeman to deathÂ (Pamela Geller)
The silence of the West, the silence of America’s Christian and Catholic leaders is a stunning indictment of their cowardice and complicity. Where are the mass marches on the White House?
Arson mobs in Egypt turn rage on ChristiansÂ The Times, August 18, 2013