Of course. It’s in the Qur’an: “You will surely find the most intense of the people in animosity toward the believers to be the Jews…” (5:82)
I wonder if Western authorities are ultimately going to stand up to the elements of Sharia that contradict basic principles of human rights, or capitulate to them.
Land of giggling shopkeepers:
There’s only so much of the president’s pettiness Americans can tolerate.
Homosexuals Â think we are worse:
Meanwhile, gay activists in the U.S. like Chris Stedman continue to demonize those who speak out against this, and to carry water for the oppressors. To stand against Sharia oppression of homosexuals is “Islamophobic” and “hateful.” The British government does its part by banning those who would stand up against this from entering the country. Great Britain’s demise as a free society is imminent, unless there is a drastic change of course.
The never ending demands of mohammedan cultural enrichment:
Mohammedan riots broke out in Meulenberg Houthalen – Helchteren in Limburg, Belgium, following an attempt by police to arrest a suspect. The police were initially forced to back off by the violence but later return in force and arrested the suspect as well as four rioters. Nonetheless, you can see that many of the Mohammedans are able to engage in violence against the police with impunity. They really let rip towards the end when the police are driving away.
Bomb Implanted in Unusual Place Kills Afghan Governor
The explosive was “masterly” planted.–ReadÂ MoreÂ Â»
Pearls to Â swine, money for Islamic terrorists:
The world showers money on the “starving” “Palestinians,” and there is no accountability — testimony to how effective their jihadi grievance propaganda has been in demonizing and Israel and portraying themselves as victims.
The Sunday Times newspaper in the UK has obtained a draft report by the EU that underlines the concern that the Palestinian Authority has lost 2.5 billion euros in aid over the last four years. The newspaper obtained the unpublished draft report from the European Court, an official EU institution based in Luxembourg, and disclosed its contents on Sunday.
According to the report, the EU transferred a total of 2.5 billion euros in aid between 2008 and 2012, but it does not know where the funds were directed.
The newspaper revealed that the EU recently sent a delegation to occupied East Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip to investigate the way aid is being handled. The investigators confirmed, according to the report, the absence of any administrative procedures to prevent the exploitation of aid and expressed a real fear that the funds have been “misspent, squandered or lost to corruption”.
The investigators drew comparisons to similar experiences of corruption and the poor utilization of aid money inÂ Egypt, where a total amount of one billion euros has disappeared over the last six years.