In reality, female genital mutilation is justified in Islamic law: “Circumcision is obligatory (for every male and female) (by cutting off the piece of skin on the glans of the penis of the male, but circumcision of the female is by cutting out the bazr ‘clitoris’ [this is called khufaadh ‘female circumcision’]).” — ‘Umdat al-Salik e4.3, translated by Mark Durie, The Third Choice, p. 64
Cultural expert Professor Sahar Amer (seems to be a Tranny) believes Islam is being “wrongfully accused” of inciting people to commit acts such as ‘honour killings’ and female genital mutilation.
The University of Sydney academic said such assertions were the cause of a rise in anti-Islam sentiment, or Islamophobia.
Her comments come following the recent spate of terrorist attacks in Europe and the Middle East, as well as calls from Senator Pauline Hanson and television personality Sonia Kruger for a ban on Muslim immigration.
“What strikes me in Australia is not the lack of information, so much as the resistance to accepting the information when it [is] circulated,” she told SBS.
“In the Qur’an it says very clearly, that if you harm on a single human being, it’s the same as if you had killed all of humanity.
(Quran 5:32 without quoting 5:33, the oldest trick by Mohammedan taqiyya gigolos.)
“The terrorists are clearly not listening to the Qur’an’s message, which is to be very peaceful. Islam believes that you should never be forced to do anything they cannot understand rationally.”
Professor Amer said the root of Islamophobia stemmed from ‘misinformed’ politicians such as Hanson, labeling her call to ban Muslim immigration as “absolute horror”.
Putting a stop on the Mohammedan invasion horrifies Muselmaniacs who come here to divide the spoils.
“To me it reveals that the people who are in charge of making laws and educating the public, are themselves completely misled and misinformed. They are exploiting that misinformation to spread more fear,” Professor Amer said.
“It’s unethical and needs to change. Politicians need to be called upon and held responsible for all the fear mongering they are propagating.”
‘Honour killings’ and female genital mutilation.
Professor Karl Roberts, expert in policing and criminal justice at Western Sydney University, said assertions that Islam was directly related to ‘honour killings’ were false.
Professor Roberts is clueless.
He said the practice, which he explained as murder motivated by somebody trying to defend the honour of their family or community, had its foundations in customs within rural communities in certain parts of the world – not in Islam.
A recent case occurred in Pakistan where a social media star was allegedly murdered by her brother, who claimed she was ‘bringing dishonour’ to the family with her pro-women posts.
“It seems very much related to cultural belief systems rather than religion,” he said.
“There is no part of the Quran that talks about ‘honour’ as being a fundamental thing.
“Where ‘honour killings’ are most common are places like Pakistan, areas of India and Arabian areas, where Islam is dominant religion.
“‘Honour’ evolves in very rural areas, where there are no police forces or rule of law. The thing that makes communities function and ensures that people behave in appropriate ways is the value of ‘honour’.”
Senior researcher at Human Rights Watch, Heather Barr, said the same ‘anti-Islam’ stigma existed for the practice of female genital mutilation, where parts of a woman’s external genitalia are removed.
UNICEF estimates that more than 200 million girls and women in 30 countries have been subjected to this practice, of which more than half live in just three countries – Indonesia, Ethiopia and Egypt- while roughly 44 million are girls below the age of 15.
The World Health Organisation has classified the practice into four categories, which are distinguished based on the location and extent of the cutting.
Ms Barr said the practice was associated with efforts to control a female’s sexuality and chastity, and based on the idea that it would discourage sex outside of marriage.
The long march through the institutions has enabled some of the most degenerate swine to occupy positions in news media, our institutions of higher learning and in politics. Once embedded in the system, they go to any length to side with our enemies to deceive us:
The Shafi’i legal manual (the Shafi’is are a school of Islamic jurisprudence) ‘Umdat al-Salik (Reliance of the Traveller), which has been certified by al-Azhar, the foremost authority in Sunni Islam, as conforming to the “practice and faith of the orthodox Sunni community,” devotes one paragraph to jihad as spiritual struggle and seven pages to jihad as warfare. It makes it quite clear that jihad is warfare against non-Muslims:
Jihad means to war against non-Muslims, and is etymologically derived from the word ‘mujahada’, signifying warfare to establish the religion. And it is the lesser jihad. As for the greater jihad, it is spiritual warfare against the lower self (nafs), which is why the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) said as he was returning from jihad,
“We have returned from the lesser jihad to the greater jihad.”
The scriptural basis for jihad, prior to scholarly consensus is such Koranic verses as:
(1) “Fighting is prescribed for you” (Koran 2:216);
(2) “Slay them wherever you find them” (Koran 4:89);
(3) “Fight the idolators utterly” (Koran 9:36);
and such hadiths as the one related by Bukhari and Muslim that the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) said:
“I have been commanded to fight people until they testify that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, and perform the prayer, and pay zakat. If they say it, they have saved their blood and possessions from me, except for the rights of Islam over them. And their final reckoning is with Allah.”
and the hadith reported by Muslim,
“To go forth in the morning or evening to fight in the path of Allah is better than the whole world and everything in it.’”
But what does al-Azhar know? Australia’s SBS knows better.
“Jihad: A word which doesn’t mean war against non-Muslims,” by Peter Theodosiou, SBS, August 28, 2016:
The Arabic word ‘jihad’, meaning ‘struggle’ or ‘striving’, has gained international notoriety over several decades for its perceived interpretation as a call for Muslims to unite and conduct violent acts against non-Muslims.
Various theologians argue that this interpretation has led to a “misunderstanding” of the word’s true meaning, and also fueled militant groups looking to recruit new members and reinvigorated far-right groups pushing an anti-Islamic agenda.
Islamophobia is on the rise in Australia – and religious experts say it’s due to the lack of understanding about Islamic teachings and concepts – such as jihad.
So, what does the term actually mean?
A personal struggle for a positive outcome
The sheik is traveling the Silk Road, the Yangtze river and the Great Wall of China, people.
Unexpectedly, blogging has hit the “great firewall of China”, which means blogging will be light, at best.
Censorship covers just about everything from Google to Yahoo, from WoJ to JW, no Andrew Bolt, no Tim Blair, not even G-mail!
Got around it with a VPN, which slows everything down but lets me post.
Banning the burkini is misogynistic – and Western feminists are turning a blind eye
Huda Jawad’s jihad is trying to change perceptions, which is also a form of Mohammedan agitprop. According to her logic we should ignore FGM, child-marriage, wife-beatings, honour-killings & polygamy, and regard the defence of our (beach-) culture and civilisation “misogynistic”. Western people need to come to terms that Mohammedans have very queer and twisted morals and hate our way of life. What we must never forget is that Muslims will kill and die to make Islam rule over us.
Choosing to conflate a cultural and religiously inspired mode of attire – which women choose to wear to feel safe from the sexual gaze of society while partaking in a very ordinary pasttime – with a terrorist group is a convenient ‘othering’ of fellow citizens in times of national crisis
Tim Blair – Sunday, August 14, 2016
Counter-terror police are investigating whether millions of dollars in childcare subsidies allegedly obtained by fraud have been funnelled overseas following a series of raids across Sydney …
The ABC’s 7.30 reported on Friday that among the properties raided were Lakemba family daycare businesses, which had claimed more than $27 million in childcare benefits and rebates since 2012, and had nearly 600 home family daycare providers on their books.
In a report commissioned by the Government, Sir Eric Pickles, the former Conservative Cabinet minister, today warns that the authorities are in a “state of denial” and are “turning a blind eye” to election fraud.
He said that there is evidence of voter fraud “especially in communities of Pakistani and Bangladeshi background” but that the cases have been ignored because of “over-sensitivities about ethnicity and religion”.
Italy has ordered the deportation of a Tunisian man suspected of plotting a terror attack at the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Someone has figured out why all these rapes are taking place in Sweden. Börje Svensson, a psychotherapist and “an expert on sexual criminals”, was interviewed in one of the biggest Swedish newspapers recently about Sweden’s rape epidemic.
His conclusion? The good, hot, summer weather.
Some news items first, with links from al Jizz, al BeBeeCeera, Tommy Robinson and the Religion of Peace
Thai police say they have an idea who was responsible for a spate of bomb attacks Thursday and Friday that killed four people across the country’s south and injured over 30.
Somehow the fact Muslims don’t want to work is being blamed on employers: Muslims calling for government to force employers to meet a quota of Muslim employee
Police ‘covered up’ violent campaign to turn London area ‘Islamic
Radicalised girl’s death should prompt review of Prevent, says MP
Bethnal Green MP expresses concern over counter-terrorism strategy after death of Kadiza Sultana who was lured by Isis
According to @guardian, the government is responsible for this person joining ISIS and being killed:
Can you tell from BBC’s headline that the girl actually left England to join ISIS & was a terrorist ?
Who do our authorities ask for advice when there is a problem with Muslims. They ask the Muslim community. Madness.
Govt Report: Massive Voter Fraud In Muslim Areas, No Challenge Because Of ‘Political Correctness’
Massive levels of electoral fraud have gone unchallenged as a result of “political correctness”, according to an official new report from the UK government.
More below the fold.
The largest Muslim umbrella group in Wales has claimed “all mosques and Muslim institutions in Wales” are peaceful, as they backed an imam who told his congregation that war is approaching and Islam allows them to take women as slaves and rape them.
The Muslim Council of Wales (MCW), an affiliate of the Muslim Council Britain, said in a statement signed by 40 prominent “community leaders” that Imam Ali Hammuda’s comments had been “misrepresented”.
They also argued that mosques and schools must be “safe spaces” where Muslims are able to discuss and propagate certain views about rape and enslavement in order to tackle extremism, writing:
Crafty sons of bitches:
Two Muslim men are accused of defrauding $27MILLION in benefits for childcare centres that never existed – as police investigate whether money was used to fund ISIS
- Ali Assaad, 22, is accused of fraudulently claiming millions in benefits
- He allegedly claimed childcare rebates for a non-existent centre
- Assaad claimed he was looking after children at his west Sydney home
- He is accused of working with his brother to gain $27 million since 2012
- Assaad and a second childcare giver were arrested this week
- Both have been charged with three commonwealth offences
Two men have been accused of fraudulently claiming $27 million dollars in government benefits and rebates for family childcare centres in south-west Sydney.
Ali Assaad, 22, from Moorebank, allegedly lied to the government and submitted forged time sheets claiming he was looking after seven children at his home for eight hours a day to reap thousands of taxpayer’s dollars, Australian Federal Police claim.
Assaad, who was arrested and charged with fraud on Wednesday, is accused of working with his brother, Mohammad, in the scheme, earning a salary of more than $150,000 a year and allegedly stealing $27 million together since 2012, according to ABC’s 7.30.
Ali Assaad (pictured), 22, is accused of working with his brother to fraudulently claim $27 million dollars in government rebates for family childcare centres in south-west Sydney since 2012
LOVE KYRGYZSTAN OR LEAVE IT
Kyrgyzstan’s government recently launched a banner campaign against Islamic clothing:
One side shows women wearing the traditional nomadic clothing of Kyrgyzstan, the other shows women in niqabs and burkas, the full veils worn by some Muslim women. The caption underneath said: “Poor people! Where are we heading to?”
President Almazbek Atambayev, whose country is 80 per cent Muslim, now defends that campaign – and takes matters a step further:
“Our women have been wearing miniskirts since 1950s, and they never thought about wearing an explosive belt.
“You can wear even tarpaulin boots on your head, but do not organise bombings. This is not religion. Let them wear even miniskirts but there must not be any blasts.”
He portrayed the wearing of some Islamic clothing as not only out of step with contemporary Kyrgyz national culture but also potentially dangerous.
“Terrorists are insane people,” he said. “Clothes also can change one’s thoughts sometimes. When we were searching for prisoners who had escaped a detention centre, Melis Turganbayev (the former interior minister) came to me and said that they had been eavesdropping on telephone conversations of wives and mistresses of criminals. Their wives and mistresses wore sacks on their heads and they wanted to organise bombings.
“If you do not like Kyrgyzstan you can leave our country and go wherever you want. We can pay your travel expenses, even to Syria.”
Well said, sir.
Hua Hin, Thailand:
HUA HIN, Thailand – Thais and tourists headed warily into the main part of a big holiday weekend Saturday as authorities looked for suspects and a motive behind a series of blasts that struck tourist resort towns across southern Thailand … Thai Police Look for Suspects After Bombs Hit Tourist Sites
Attacks kill four people across the country, just days after adoption of contentious military-backed constitution.
In other news:
Canadian imam Sayed Soharwardy who sued Ezra Levant for publishing the Danish cartoons, explains the motives for the Canatard jihadi in Ontario. (Thanks to Vlad)
Syrian Democratic Forces say they control most of Manbij though clashes continue as last ISIL cells flushed from city.
Crack me up:
Rights group to oppose prohibition in courts after Cannes imposes ban on full-body swimsuits worn by some Muslim women.
Take a guess on who these “rights groups” are.