Abductions, Â forced conversions, mass-rape called Â “marriages”, and sex slavery of non-Muslim girls have been going on all over the world wherever there are large Muslim populations, and there hasn’t been a word about it in the Western media…until now.
Gradually but explosively, what Boko Haram, the Islamist terror group, has been doing in North East Nigeria has penetrated the mainstream from the social media. (thanks to BNI)
CNN dogturd Fareed Zakaria teams up withÂ New York Times dipstick Nicholas Kristof:
Moe was just like Jesus, or something….
… it’s not so much between different faiths – it’s between moderates and extremists generally. And, you know, moderate Muslims and moderate Christians have a great deal in common….
Even the comments are shiite, like this:
“America is the root of all terror. America has invaded sixty countries since world war 2.”
by Raymond Ibrahim
“We are looking for the bishop of this church to slaughter him — we are tired of the existence of this church near our mosque and the noise they are making.” â€” Church elder quoting Muslims who attacked a priest, Zanzibar. …
A scribbler for al Jizz sees nothing but ‘controversies’ with the opening of the 9/11 museum:
An interfaith council invited in to review the museum found most of it to be inspiring but the committee says the film unfairly links Islam with terrorism – something that should be rectified.
Chloe Breyer who heads up the Interfaith Center of New York says, “Having a disclaimer of some kind that said this is not representing Islam … or show someone like an American Muslim New Yorker saying my faith tradition has been negatively impacted by what happened on 9/11 and I have been lumped with this group of people whom I have nothing to do with – having that statement on tape would have given such a fuller picture.”
As of now there are no plans to add such a disclaimer nor add a clarifying interview with an Islam worshipper.
More and more people are ‘getting it’. That’s a good thing:
Here’s an informed commenter on the Spectator:
Boko Haram is a nickname, they are Sunni’s for Islamic Propagation and Jihad and are financially tied to al-Shabaab and Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb. They justify everything they do, from slaughtering Christians to taking “war booty” by reasons of Islam. Those girls are war booty. There is a chapter of the Qur’an called “Spoils of War.” They’ve read it, you haven’t. Their goal is a pure shari’a state. Is that an extremist or misfit goal for Muslims? No, it’s no different than Saudi Arabia, the UAE, the Sultan of Brunei, or the OIC besides being the goal of every al Qaeda, Hamas, Hizballah jihadist group.
The Muslim World is obligated to implement Allah’s laws. This shari’a is not something you can separate from Islam. Shari’a is all-encompassing and indivisible, too, which is why the push push push for more shari’a (and less British law and custom), the war against free speech concerning Islam, the ever-present threat of violence behind that, the failure to even want to integrate into British society, in fact a hostile and colonizing attitude which is the experience all over Europe (aren’t the overwhelming majority of immigrants in British jails, Muslims?). And what happened to Lee Rigby has everything in common with these African misfits.
That most of these schoolgirls are Christians is a fact the media neglects to mention or put in the context of the effort to terrorize and eliminate Christians. After all, they’ve ignored the thousands Boko Haram has already slaughtered just as they do when it happens in Syria or Iraq or when it happened in Sudan. Nor will they touch the subject of slavery in Islam, the sanctioning of the rape of captives, or the example of Muhammad in all of this, including the reason Abubakar Shekua says he will sell off to
marriage girls as young as nine. Now if all of this is a perversion of Islam you are welcome to prove that, from the texts and tenets of Islam. Then you might be able to convince dedicated Muslims to lay down their arms (including weapons of tongue and money and law) and give up this nonsense about imposing Allah’s laws on everyone. What you are missing is that Muslims act one way when in a small minority and weak and another way when strong and feel they have the upper hand. The upper hand to do what?