A young mother who converted to Islam was brutally murdered by her husband, who barred her from seeing family and friends after she started wearing Western-style clothes again, a British court has heard. Akshar Ali hit Sinead Wooding with a hammer…..
The Orang Rimba tribe who live in the Sumatran rainforest
The Sumatran rainforests of Indonesia are home to the Orang Rimba – the people of the jungle. Their faith and nomadic way of life are not recognised by the state and, as their forests are destroyed to make way for palm oil plantations, many are being forced to convert to Islam to survive.
In a wooden hut on stilts, a group of children dressed in white sit on the floor. They sing “I will protect Islam till I die” and shout “There is no god but Allah”, in unison.
Three months ago, the 58 families that make up the Celitai tribe of Orang Rimba converted to Islam.
Bear in mind that this is just one report from Bavaria, a state in southern Germany. This destruction is going on all over Europe, wherever Mohammedans have settled, behind, what they perceive to be enemy lines. The damage is immeasurable, and the pope calls for more of these invaders in the name of … what exactly?
In a rare candid moment, German media reported at least 200 cases of damaged churches in the region of Bavaria alone every year.
In addition, attacks on summit crosses are also increasing in the region’s mountains. Crosses on several mountain tops have been toppled and destroyed with axes or saws.
There’s a growing anger among the indigenous German population over the attacks. Some people think Islamists are behind it.
But the attacks on churches and summit crosses are not isolated cases; for months, attacks on Christian symbols have been reported from several Bavarian cantons.
There have been reports of desecration from Pentecost, Längental and from the “Prinzkopf” which lies between Sylvensteinstausee and Tyrol.
Some repairs of historic churches can cost tens of thousands of euros. It’s an attack on people’s faith and communities suspect there is a religious motive behind it, e.g. Muslim migrants might be trying to sow fear in the population.
In other news:
Germany: Spike in Stabbings
A recent surge in stabbings and knife-related violence across Germany is drawing renewed attention to the deteriorating security situation there since Chancellor Angela Merkel’s 2015 decision to allow in more than a million migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East.–Continue Reading Article
Hungary’s Viktor Orbán has launched a stunning denunciation of globalism, declaring that the “true spirit of the age” points to a resurgence of conservative values centred on country, family, and tradition.
The Hungarian premier drew battle lines between a “silent majority” of ordinary people who “provide for their families, love their homelands, and insist on their Christian roots” on the one hand, and the “globalist elites, the bureaucrats who serve them, the politicians in their pay, and the agents of the Soros-type networks that embody their interests” on the other.
“We should realise that the soothing melodies pouring out of the speakers of powerful global corporations and global political organisations – siren voices encouraging breezy irresponsibility, frenzied consumption, and boundless self-indulgence – are not at all the same as the spirit of the age,” he said.
“Under the soft blanket of dreams laid down by the global elite, one finds the cold, hard reality of life.
“We see tens of millions of Europeans working hard and struggling day in, day out to keep themselves and their families afloat.
….and pandering leftist loons are already preparing to serve it to their constituents on a silver platter.
Labor MPs ignore huge ‘no’ votes in their multicultural electorates
Labor frontbencher Tony Burke told Fairfax Media he would not be changing his vote to “no”, despite “yes” securing just 30.4 per cent support in the postal survey in his electorate of Watson, one of the lowest results in the country.
“I went to the last election with a commitment to vote ‘yes’. That doesn’t change. My community knows that if they are treated with prejudice, vilified, or marginalised in any way I will stand up for them, regardless of polls.”
In Chifley, where 58.7 per cent of people voted no, local MP Ed Husic, a “yes”-voting Muslim, said the community would find a way to accommodate all points of view.
Thousands of protesters marched through London in October against ISIL [Jack Taylor/Getty Images]
(Of course they didn’t protest against ISIL, they protested against the kuffars who oppose the ISIL head choppers.)
How has Islamophobia changed over the past 20 years?
by Aina Khan
London, England – Anti-Muslim hatred has become more pervasive and entrenched in the UK, compared with 20 years ago, according to a report by the think tank that catapulted the term “Islamophobia” in 1997. …
… The term “anti-Muslim racism” was proposed instead, as it was more encompassing of the tangible impact of Islamophobia. Farah Elahi, a research and policy analyst at Runnymede Trust said Islamophobia had now manifested structurally in policy. …
But as far as the deeply compromised Daily Beast is concerned, it’s just the “far right” ignoring the ethnic cleansing. What is “far right” about telling the truth about jihad terror — and about the Rohingyas? These enemedia tools are enabling the most savage, violent, misogynistic, hateful ideology on the face of the earth.
“The American Far Right Asks: What Rohingya Ethnic Cleansing?,” by Betsy Woodruff, Daily Beast, November 13, 2017:
From the French edition of The Local A French mayor and dozens of other MPs and elected councillors from around the Paris region sang the Marseillaise on Friday as they marched towards around 200 Muslim worshippers in a bid to stop them praying in the street. The stand off which was caught in …Read More…
Paris cancels Christmas market; holds special Ramadan party every year
BY ROBERT SPENCER
Meet the new France, not the same as the old France. If Charles Martel were to reappear in France today, he would be denounced as an “Islamophobe.”
Populist mayor of Béziers Robert Ménard has been told by a French court to permanently take down a nativity scene from the city hall, but Ménard has vowed to let it stand.
The controversy surrounding the placement of the nativity scene began in 2014 shortly after Ménard had been elected mayor of the city.
Complaints were lodged against the religious scene, with some claiming that it violated the strict secularisation laws in France, and now the administrative court of appeal of Marseille has judged that the 2014 nativity had no place in the city hall, L’Expressreports.
Clichy muslims double down on Islamic genocidal manifest destiny, sues mayor and counter-protestors
Vlad Tepes Exclusive
This past week there has been a lot of news about thee illegal street prayers in Clichy. It started with a few, maybe seven, French citizens objecting to the violation of many French laws, but mostly the ones on state secularism:
It was discovered shortly after that the reason for the street prayers was that the mosque offered to them was about a mile away, (1.5 Kms) from the spot of the street prayers and they wanted a mosque right there. Add to that, most of the muslims at this event were bussed in from much farther than a mile.
French President Emmanuel Macron has blamed France for the rise of Islamism and said the Republic was not good enough for “youths”, as he outlined a series of social programmes for the country’s migrant-dominated, low-income neighbourhoods.
“Radicalisation has taken hold because the French Republic has resigned,” Macron said on Tuesday in the northern French city of Tourcoing, near Lille, as he outlined 15 social policy plans.
Focusing on the banlieues (low-income housing projects), which are home to large Muslim populations and were known for mass riots a decade ago, the French president said: “I will never confuse the few thousand radicalised and the millions of inhabitants of these neighbourhoods.”
Acknowledging that “in many of these troubled territories, radicalisation has taken hold”, he said that that fact should lead the nation to “question itself”.