Who needs civilisation when you got Islam already?

Links from JW, TROP, FPM, BCF, PG a.o.

Which Muslim Prayers Should You Memorize When Trapped by Muslim Terrorists ?

“Then an Indian man came forward and they said, ‘What is the name of Muhammad’s mother?’

Kenyan Foreign Minister:

Predictable:

Claim: CAIR Is Getting Away With a ‘Money Laundering’ Scheme Under the Nose of the IRS

Claim: CAIR Is Getting Away With a ‘Money Laundering’ Scheme Under the Nose of the IRS

“Thinly disguised money laundering operation.”–Read More »

Senior Al Qaeda-Linked Group Commander Killed in Syria – But Will That Slow the Struggle for Sharia?

“…they just want to build an Islamic state.”–Read More »

Since 9/11, there has been an average of four terroist attacks per day carried out in the name of Jihad.

Ezra Levant takes a closer look: (BCF)

 ‘Moderate Indonesia’

 Syria: who needs doctors when you got Islam already?

In the Name of Islam (Daniel Greenfield)

Terrorists tells us exactly why they kill, even if we prefer not to listen.

Blaming the Crusades for Jihad (FrontPage Magazine)

Ibn Warraq’s new book points out that Jihad began long before the Crusades and continues long after.

Nairobi Today, Edmonton Tomorrow (Canada Free Press)

What happens when radical Muslims immigrating to the West figure out that there are more convenient shopping malls?

Backlash against Muslim enclaves

115581-indonesia-woman-muslimA federal multicultural inquiry has been told that complying with Muslim demands for separation is a dangerous move

Compliance with demands for Muslim schools, prayer rooms, segregated swimming pools and halal food is a dangerous trend, a federal multicultural inquiry has been told.

GOVERNMENT compliance with demands for Muslim schools, prayer rooms, segregated swimming pools and halal food is a dangerous trend, a federal multicultural inquiry has been told.

The joint parliamentary committee on migration said in its final report that it had received many submissions claiming multiculturalism was laying the foundations for ethnic separatism amid rising Islamic immigration.

“References were made to Muslim ‘enclaves’ in Sydney and Melbourne, and the riots in Cronulla in 2005, to suggest a lack of willingness on the part of Muslims to embrace the Australian lifestyle, values and behaviours,” it said.

Several Melbourne councils, including Monash, Casey and Greater Dandenong, hold separate sessions for women at public pools after requests by Muslim groups.

Monash even paid $66,000 for special curtains to ensure Muslim women’s privacy during the sessions.

Last year, the AFL introduced multi-faith prayer rooms at the MCG and Etihad after lobbying by Muslim player Bachar Houli.

Former premier and Hawthorn president Jeff Kennett described it as “political correctness gone mad”.

Several planning disputes involving plans for mosques and Islamic schools are before councils and VCAT.

Many submissions claimed demands to conform to Islamic cultural practices were “the first step towards calls for … Sharia law”.

“Government compliance with demands … under the banner of respect for diversity was thus cited as a dangerous trend,” the report said.

The committee didn’t support legal pluralism and recommended the Federal Government promote the message multiculturalism entailed respect for cultural diversity and commitment to Australian laws and values.

john.masanauskas@news.com.au