The ultimate in social engineering:
Germany has set up a website for migrants giving explicit guidance on how to have sex and behave in relationships as part of a campaign to educate its 1.1 million new entrants to the cultural norms of their adopted country.
# How to cast terror – and possibly trigger a backlash that your followers can use to claim that they are the victims:
[8.12] When your Lord revealed to the angels: I am with you, therefore make firm those who believe. I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them.
American Muslims call for unity, peace at Orlando rally
Imam Muhammad Musri, president of American Islam, told rally attendees that Muslims and Islam are being misunderstood and incorrectly linked to acts of terrorism like the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. …
More on the poor misunderstood followers of the terror-casting ‘god’ of islam and its false prophet made victorious through terror at Orlando Sentinel by Caitlin Dineen
Muslim Who Says Killing Jews A Sacred Duty Was On Windsor Multicultural Council Welcoming Syrian “Refugees
We can’t even screen our domestic Muslims. (BCF)
Supporter of Violent ‘Resistance’ Suspended from Position of Resettling Syrian Refugees in Windsor
The author of an editorial that proclaimed support for acts of violence as a sacred duty has been suspended from his position with the Windsor Multicultural Council.
The Windsor Multicultural Council is a body that receives funds from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and is intimately connected with the welcoming and resettlement of Syrian refugees.
This isn’t a radical Muslim who “misunderstands” Islam. This is Islam, mainstream Islam.
Vive Charlie repulses readers with mag cover of ‘Jihadi nanny’ holding toddler’s head
A Muslim nanny has pleaded guilty to murder and arson, claiming she killed the girl in response to Russia’s strikes in Syria. Later it was revealed that she had been a mental hospital patient in her native country, Uzbekistan.
Russia’s LifeNews channel says it obtained a comment from the caricaturist behind the controversial image, who agreed his work was a “provocation.” The work provoked “hundreds” of angry letters with threats coming from Russia, the channel quoted the caricaturist as saying. People thought the work glorified the killer.
The caricaturist said the magazine is “very likely” to publish another cartoon depending on the public’s reaction.
“If they continue to ignore this event, we’ll do it again,” the caricaturist added.
Independent political analyst, Gearoid O’Colmain, told RT that this situation is quite an ugly reflection of what freedom of speech is like in the West.
“Freedom of speech, as it is interpreted in Europe, seems to me the freedom to insult victims of war and aggression. This is a very disgusting example of it. This is an absolute disgrace.”