Imam in Sydney says Prophet Mohammad came to Palestine during his lifetime and kicked out the Crusaders.
Muhammad died 632
The Crusades began in 1096
What’s a 464 year difference for a plucky soldier of allah?
CHINESE CHAR SIU AND TSINGTAO TORTURE TACTICS
Islamic oppression in Australia – of the kind imagined by Yassmin Abdel-Magied and her friends – all seems a little quaint compared to alleged goings-on in China, where Muslims claim they are being rounded up for re-education:
The internment programme aims to rewire the political thinking of detainees, erase their Islamic beliefs and reshape their very identities. The camps have expanded rapidly over the past year, with almost no judicial process or legal paperwork. Detainees who most vigorously criticise the people and things they love are rewarded, and those who refuse to do so are punished with solitary confinement, beatings and food deprivation.
Further horrific details:
Muslims were detained for re-education by China‘s government and made to eat pork and drink alcohol, according to a former internment camp inmate.
As Doug McKenzie once said: “The punishment is not too bad. I think I can take it.”
Omir Bekali, one among perhaps a million people reportedly arrested and held in mass re-education camps, said he was detained without trial or access to a lawyer and forced to disavow his beliefs while praising the Communist Party …
Since spring last year authorities in Xinjiang region have confined tens or even hundreds of thousands of Muslims in the camps, including some foreign nationals. One estimate put the figure at a million or more.
A US commission called it the “the largest mass incarceration of a minority population in the world today” while a leading historian called it “cultural cleansing”.
In other cleansing developments, check out the questions Richard Dawkins refuses to answer. Seems he’s been re-educated a little himself. Or maybe he’s just frightened.
ON RICHARD DAWKINS TELLING ME WHAT NOT TO ASK
90 minutes before showtime Dawkins started to bombard Andrew Bolt with lists of questions he could not ask.