The vicious hatred of Taslima Nasreen

Fundamentalists in Bangladesh proclaimed a fatwa against Taslima Nasreen in 1993, against a series of newspaper columns in which she was critical of the treatment of women under Islam. The next year she wrote Lajja (Shame) which described the abuse of women and minorities. Again there were calls for her death, and her passport was confiscated. Within the legal system, she felt that she might have faced a jail term of up to two years, where she was likely to be murdered. She managed to escape the country via Calcutta, was granted asylum in Sweden, and then lived in Paris, and finally went to India. Even in India, she had to flee the city of Kolkata and move to Delhi under the Indian government’s strict orders following riots in Kolkata.

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Be that as it may, Taslima Nasreen is no Ayan Ali Hirsi. She seems to be more of a Malala, who was saved by western medicine, bestowed with a Nobel Peace Prize and showered with money, only to travel the world as a Mohammedan agitprop to praise Islam and to vilify Donald Trump and threaten freedom fighters like Geert Wilders.

Malala Yousafzai thinks a temporary moratorium on Muslim immigration is “full of hatred.” She does not, however, appear to believe that the genocidal hatred and murderous bloodlust of the “Palestinians” in Gaza is “full of hatred,” since she gave $50,000 to UN schools in Gaza — schools which are hotbeds of jihad activity. Hamas rocket arsenals were found three times in UN schools in Gaza during the fighting in summer 2014. Hamas and Islamic Jihad now fully control the UNRWA in the Gaza Strip.

But this is not about the plucky little Malala, this is about  a woman threatened with several fartwas, who still cannot cut her umbilical chord with Islam and viciously attacks those who oppose the Islamic expansion program. Here a few screenshots from her twitter page:

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Taslima is not alone in spewing hatred against those who oppose the spread of Islam in the West. She even invokes  her mother,  who may be loving to her siblings, but who might even be less caring to disbelievers than Nasreen.. And why should we care whether Muslims are Arabic or whether they know what’s written in the Koran if they follow the instructions of their imams?  Allah’s “justice” is the shari’a and  Muslims will always be Muslims, just like the intellectually challenged Nasreen, who would find a compatriot in Lamis Deek from CAIR.

There are a large numbers of Islamo-agitprops like her, reaping the benefits of western freedom and civilisation while doing everything to undermine it. Among the worst of them is the insufferable Malala, who regularly threatens critics of Islam:

Malala urges Muslims to unite for peace

Paki Nobel Peace laureate reminds Gulf conference that most victims in Syria, Iraq, Yemen conflicts are their coreligionists

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Should we care about what a Marxist thinks or has to say about ”world peace?

Pakistani activist for female education and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Malala Yousafzai, delivers a speech during a conference entitled "Investing in The Future: Building the resilience of women and girls in the Arab region” on October 19, 2016, in the United Arab Emirate of Sharjah. (AFP PHOTO / KARIM SAHIB)
Pakistani activist for female education and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Malala Yousafzai, delivers a speech during a conference entitled “Investing in The Future: Building the resilience of women and girls in the Arab region” on October 19, 2016, in the United Arab Emirate of Sharjah. (AFP PHOTO / KARIM SAHIB)

SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates — Pakistan’s Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, giving a speech Wednesday in the Emirates, urged Muslims to respect the “true message of Islam” and unite against wars in their countries.

The 19-year-old, who was shot in the head by the Taliban in 2012 after she had publicly advocated education for girls, urged the world’s Muslims to “come together… and follow the true message of Islam as they join hands in the struggle for peace.”

“We cannot talk about investing in our future in this region without calling for an end to these bombings and these attacks,” she told a conference in the southern Gulf emirate of Sharjah on the future of women in the Middle East.

“We must not forget that the majority of those suffering because of these conflicts and wars are Muslims,” said Malala, referring to conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Yemen.

Syrian civilians and a rescue worker evacuate children in the Maadi district of eastern Aleppo after regime aircraft reportedly dropped explosive-packed barrel bombs, August 27, 2016. (AFP/Ameer Alhalbi)

“I cannot stop thinking of those 500,000 children in Mosul right now under a threat to be used as human shields,” she said of the Iraqi city where an offensive has been launched to retake it from the Islamic State jihadist group.

She called for empowering the younger generation, especially women, with the education needed “to bring peace and prosperity to their countries.”

The youngest-ever Nobel recipient stressed the need for men to support women in their attempt to receive “quality education”.

15-year old Pakistani shooting victim Malala Yousufzai, who is recovering in Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England, after being attacked and shot in the head by Taliban gunmen in Pakistan for advocating education for girls. Malala was shot and critically wounded on Oct. 9 as she headed home from school in the northwest Swat Valley, Pakistan. (photo credit: AP Photo / University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust)

15-year old Pakistani shooting victim Malala Yousufzai, who is recovering in Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England, after being attacked and shot in the head by Taliban gunmen in Pakistan for advocating education for girls. Malala was shot and critically wounded on Oct. 9 as she headed home from school in the northwest Swat Valley, Pakistan. (photo credit: AP Photo / University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust)

Malala, who moved to England where she received medical treatment after the shooting, is both admired and hated in her native Pakistan, where some conservatives view her as a Western agent on a mission to shame her country.

She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 jointly with India’s Kailash Satyarthi, a fellow education activist who made similar calls at the Sharjah conference on Wednesday.

These females claim “The Quran is beautiful literature”

How come it transforms into bigotry & hatred when you replace “unbeliever” with “Muslim”???

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Strangely, you never hear these “human rights activists” become active where it matters:

STOP THE HANGING OF A CHILD BRIDE IN IRAN

Islam’s death wish for a young woman.

2 thoughts on “The vicious hatred of Taslima Nasreen”

  1. Irsan Manji is another that comes to mind. Not as bad as these, but a conflicted Muslim lesbian DETERMINED to find good in Islam and downplay all the bad. Why these women have not abandoned a religion that hates, I mean hates them, is a syndrome that I don’t have a name for. It’s denial and delusion.

    1. Indeed. I was going to mention her. Irshad Manji claims she is “deeply rooted in Islam”. I would agree with “deeply rooted”. You might prefer marinated. She is what she is because she can. In the West, she can. In Islamistan, they won’t even let her out of the plane.

      Like when she tried to peddle her nonsense in Indonesia. The “radicals” made sure she didn’t. Did she learn something from it? I think not.

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