Look at the photograph that heads an article that attempts to “put into perspective” well-justified alarm about antisemitic attacks and attitudes in Europe, which rise pari passu with the rise in the Muslim population — it’s a false photograph, because it shows a handful of Musliims holding hands, outside that synagogue in Norway, which hand-holding by three dozen or so Muslims (most of them apparently Kurds, many wearing identifiably Kurdish dress — and the Kurds have their own reasons for seeing a similarity between Israel and Kurdistan) was first reported as “a crowd of about 1,000 Muslims” until the hopeful story, so pleasing to so many who want to believe that Everything Will Be Okay, was exposed as a fabrication. But apparently CNN thinks it can continue to ignore that, and to publish, as it does here, a photograph that continues to mislead, just as it continues to refer to the “1,000 people,” “most of them Muslims,” who were surrounding that synagogue in Norway. Can’t CNN ever admit it was wrong? Can’t it at least take a look at the reports by Agence France Presse and others correcting the initial, and false reports, by CNN and others? What gives CNN the right to publish such a misleading photograph more than a week after the initial reports were corrected by others? Will this be looked into by anyone at CNN? Or by any other journalists, trying to discover why stories that either show Muslims as victims of anti-Muslim hostility (that attempt to portray what was clearly a semi–demented man’s murderous lapsus in Chapel HIll into a “hate crime”) or as noble embodiments of decency, standing up to Protect the Jews (as that Ring of Protection by “1,000 Musliims” in Norway), have a long life, live on long after they have been exposed and exposed again? Surely this is worth study and discussion.
Islamophobia is an insult to the Muslim sanctities.
…the world’s bullying powers, who are afraid of the threats posed to their interests by the attractive messages of pure Islam, have employed all types of tools, cultural tools in particular, to make people of the world afraid of Islam.
Islamic Republic of Iran: Authorities raid Christian homes, ask them to leave country
“Human rights” are only for Muslims, unbelievers are the sons of apes and swine, the vilest of creatures who will go to hell anyway:
“Irani, a convert from Islam, had originally been charged with ‘Mofsed-fel-arz’ or ‘spreading corruption on Earth,’ which carries the death penalty.”
“Indeed, the penalty for those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger and strive upon earth corruption is none but that they be killed or crucified or that their hands and feet be cut off from opposite sides or that they be exiled from the land. That is for them a disgrace in this world; and for them in the Hereafter is a great punishment.” (Qur’an 5:33)
“Authorities in Iran Raid Christians’ Homes, Ask Them to Leave Country,” Morning Star News, thanks to Jihad Watch…
That is why it is vital to insist, time and again, on the difference between this sick jihadism and Islam; and that is why, conversely, we must do everything we can to stop the likes of Cage – and indeed the MCB – from eliding anti-jihadism with Islamophobia. You can loathe jihadists, in other words, and be perfectly sympathetic to Muslims. …
Go f*kc yourself, Boris! We have no business being sympathetic to Muslims. We are even less in the business of “honouring Islam…”
“if a Muslim … commits an act of terror, it is linked to Islam. But if the same terror act is committed by a Christian, Jew, Hindu, or Buddhist, it is seldom linked to the perpetrator’s religion,” according to a report by the Saudi Gazette.
At other times, though, speakers asserted that ISIS could not be disassociated from Islam. After discounting poverty, social marginalization, and incarceration as the primary causes of radicalization, al-Tayeb said that in his opinion, “the most prominent” source of radicalization among Muslims is the “historical accumulations of extremism and militancy in our heritage.” … (Scaramouche)
Ahmed Fahur’s dubious career gets another shot in the arm from the usual suspects. After cranking up sharia banking while being CEO of the NAB, Ahmed is presently shaking down Australia Post, all the while doing his Islamic duty by doing what any good muselmanic agitprop would do:
“Those who are against us are like cancer tumors that need to be removed surgically; otherwise they will corrupt everything.”–Ayatollah Khomeini (in a talk to the Representatives from Tabriz, Qom, September 19, 1979)
“People have to learn from the mother who brought her own son to court and then her son was hanged. This is one of the paradigms of Islam, that everyone has to be the same. Children, brothers, kids-if they do not accept advice, introduce them to government officials so that they can receive their punishment … this is their Islamic responsibility and their faith responsibility. This must be done.” -Ayatollah Khomeini
“Those who have not voted for the Islamic Republic, it means that they want the previous system. Those who boycott the election so no one votes for the Islamic Republic are seditious. We will treat them like enemies, and we will oppress them. You are enemies that you want to cause trouble. You are enemies that you are conspiring against Islam and against the country. Your comings and goings are controlled. We have been informed that you are in contact with those who want to bring our country back to its previous system. Now that your conspiracy has been proven, we will destroy you all. If you don’t stop your evilness, we will mobilize an even higher mobilization, and we will clean out all of you. We will not allow you groups of corrupt people to remain and continue your activities. -Ayatollah Khomeini (in a message at the end of the month-long Islamic fasting celebration, September 3, 1979)
“Don’t listen to those who speak of democracy. They all are against Islam. They want to take the nation away from its mission. We will break all the poison pens of those who speak of nationalism, democracy, and such things.” -Ayatollah Khomeini (in a meeting with Iranian students and educators, Qom, March 13, 1979)
ABC BS: Religions building bridges instead of walls
Sayyid Qutb explained:
“The chasm between Islam and Jahiliyyah [the society of unbelievers] is great, and a bridge is not to be built across it so that the people on the two sides may mix with each other, but only so that the people of Jahiliyyah may come over to Islam.”
Got it? Bridges are really just proselytizing mechanisms to convert unbelievers to Islam, not to engage in genuine dialogue.
Australia just made two bold new moves, effectively infuriating Muslims and their liberal sympathisers.–MADWORLDNEWS.COM
UK Muslims Launch Manifesto at House of Lords
The Muslims have (also) established a political wing in the U.S. . Millions of Muslims come to Western countries with a ready-made model of society and government (sharia) which they believe to be superior to what we have here, and they work to implement it.
Lord Nazir Ahmed stressed that Muslims were not asking for special treatment in elections.
“Muslims are not saying that we want special treatment, all we’re asking for is equal treatment. We want to be part of British society… To live peacefully, without being demonized on a daily basis,” he said.
With the identification of ‘Jihadi John’ this week as one Mohammed Emwazi, much focus has been given to his numerous apologists. Not least have been the representatives of the ‘CAGE’ activist group. As Maajid Nawaz and Mehrdad Amanpour have both complained, this platform given to them by journalists effectively normalises jihadist narratives in the media and wider society.
Here we go again: mass-beheadings, mass-executions by ISIL, Boko Haram or any of the myriad of other groups of Muslim assassins are being ignored, but when you say people have a right to see what a Charlie Hebdo cartoon looks like the soldiers of allah go apeshit:
Thousands of Israeli Arabs protest in Nazareth against Charlie Hebdo ruling
i24news“Israeli right-wing party Yisrael Beiteinu is planning to publicly display copies of the special issue printed by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo”
Thousands of Israeli Arabs marched Saturday in the northern Israeli city of Nazareth in protest over the decision by the Israeli Supreme Court to allow the distribution of the controversial Charlie Hebdo magazine, which publishes cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed.
CNN hired Obery Hendricks to comment on why ISIS might be targeting Christians. He’s a professor of biblical interpretation at the New York Theological Seminary. And the best he can come up with is “animosity.” Yeah, thanks genius.
Watch below. You’re gonna love this one.
Dude seriously starts with, “y’know, it’s hard to tell…” and breathes with exasperation as if he’s really, really, really struggling to use every ounce of his brain power to try to figure out what possible reason these Islamist terrorists might target Christians. It’s really hard to tell!
I mean I hate to even address his idiotic observations, but just because ISIS is incapable of killing every Christian doesn’t mean that they’re aiming to murder Christians isn’t genocide. And just because there are way more lines in the Koran that aren’t about violence doesn’t mean that the Koran couldn’t be the motivation for the murders. Who hires these people?!