Nigeria, Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Indonesia, the Central African Republic: the Muslim persecution of Christians has attained global proportions while the world wrings its hands over “Islamophobia.”
“Thousands seek refuge at Central African airport,” by Krista Larson and Lori Hinnant for the Associated Press, December 6:
BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — Thousands of Christian civilians sought refuge at an airport guarded by French soldiers Friday, fleeing from the mostly Muslim ex-rebels with machetes and guns who rule the country a day after the worst violence to hit the chaotic capital in nine months.
UK gives £19million aid to South Africa – its president spends £17.5million on his palace
It is a nation racked by poverty, where 13 million people survive on less than £1 a day, and two million have no access to a toilet.
Yet as his people struggle in squalor, South African president Jacob Zuma has sparked outrage by spending £17.5 million to upgrade his rural family home.
Lavish works – which include the construction of 31 new houses, an underground bunker accessed by lifts and a helipad – will cost almost as much as the £19 million British taxpayers send to South Africa in annual aid.Read more
Freedom for the MuBro’s means forcing everyone to live under sharia, to levy the jiziya on non muslims until they’re totally destitute, to kill apostates and blasphemers to death and to ‘strike terror in the hearts of the unbelievers’, so that they submit to Islam, or else…..
The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood has reportedly set up a TV channel which will broadcast from İstanbul, Ehab Shiha, the leader of the National Alliance movement which is struggling for legitimacy against the military regime in Egypt, announced on Facebook this week.
The channel, called Rabia, will have an Islamist vision. Taking its name from Rabia al-Adawiya Square in Egypt, which turned into a symbol of resistance by the Muslim Brotherhood, the channel’s slogan will be “the pulse of freedom,” according to Shiba.
Given the strained relations between Egypt and Turkey due to Ankara’s strong reaction to the military coup in Egypt on July 3, the opening of a Muslim Brotherhood TV channel in Turkey is expected to cause further tension between the two countries. Bilateral relations have been at a low since the military regime declared the Turkish ambassador to Cairo persona non grata last month.
Thousands of Christians sought refuge today after Islamic militias slaughtered hundreds in Bangui.
The Christians gathered at the airport hoping for protection from French soldiers.
France sent in soldiers as the country teeters on total anarchy.
Internally displaced people gather at bangui’s airport, Central African Republic, Friday Dec. 6 2013, as French military helicopters land, a day after gun battles between Seleka soldiers and Christian militias left over 100 dead and scores wounded. To try to put an end to sectarian violence, the UN security council passed a motion allowing French troops to deploy in the country in order to protect civilians and insure security by all necessary means.
Thousands of Christian civilians sought refuge at an airport guarded by French soldiers Friday, fleeing from the mostly Muslim ex-rebels with machetes and guns who rule the country a day after the worst violence to hit the chaotic capital in nine months.
When several French helicopters landed at the airport, people sang with joy as they banged on plastic buckets and waved rags into the air in celebration.
Outside the barbed wire fences of the airport, bodies lay decomposing along the roads in a capital too dangerous for many to collect the corpses. Thursday’s clashes left at least 280 dead, according to national radio, and have raised fears that waves of retaliatory attacks could soon follow.
“They are slaughtering us like chickens,” said Appolinaire Donoboy, a Christian whose family remained in hiding.
France had pledged to increase its presence in its former colony well before Christian militias attacked the capital at dawn Thursday. The arrival of additional French troops and equipment came as the capital teetered on the brink of total anarchy and represented the greatest hope for many Central Africans.
About 1,000 French forces were expected to be on the ground by Friday evening, a French defense official said on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to speak publicly on the matter.
As night fell across the near anarchic capital, Christians fearing retaliatory attacks by the mostly Muslim ex-rebels crowded as close to the runway as possible, laying out their woven mats in front of a barbed wire coiled fence. National radio announced that at least 280 people had died, citing figures from local Red Cross officials.
The U.S. State Department said it was “deeply concerned” by the violence and praised France’s quick intervention.
Michael Stürzenberger is the leader of the Munich branch of the German anti-Shariah party Die Freiheit. Every week he addresses a public gathering in central Munich, talking about Islam and the proposed mega-mosque, against which he has organized a citizens’ petition.Last Saturday, as he addressed the crowd, certain culturally enriched citizens of Munich attacked him with shoes and fireworks. Mr. Stürzenberger described what happened:
During the rally, a Muslim constantly showed me his middle finger. When I asked him to put it back to where it came from, a cascade of insults were his reaction:
At the peak of his defamation he took off his right shoe and threw it at me, which is presumably one of the most disrespectful things one can do in Islam. The video of the attack documents how the Muslim volcano begins to bubble when it’s confronted with factual information.
Many thanks to Carpe Diem for translating the video from Munich, and to Vlad Tepes for subtitling it:
A peaceful demonstration in front of Cologne Cathedral against the persecution of Christians turned ugly yesterday when Muslim counter-protesters, undeterred by any police intervention, got close-up and physical with the Islam-critics.
Below is a translated account from Politically Incorrect about what happened. The author, Sebastian Nobile, was in the thick of things during the day’s events:
Cologne: Aggressive Muslims disturb Protest against Persecution of Christians — Police watch idly
If one has spent a day like we did yesterday — in the shadow of the beautiful cathedral of Cologne, but under very unpleasant circumstances — it gives you something to brood about. One can surely speak of a success, when remembering that many people heard our words and have read our signs, but it is a success with a weird bitter taste. The police have knowingly exposed us to violence and aggression by angry Muslims and have only towards the end, when very many attacks had already happened, somehow done their job — but by their inaction, they have consciously put health and life of our demonstrators to a severe risk.
A formal motion, tabled at the UK parliament in advance of the reception, intends to further this progress.
It said that the House “calls on the government to promote Islamic finance’s principles of ethical, community banking and socially responsible investing to enable long-term growth, employment and prosperity.”–More apostasy and rebellion at blue&greentomorrow/By Charlotte Malone… thanks to Mullah (pbuh)
25 killed as militants Islamic headbangers storm Yemen defence complex
“If you are well enough to fight in a war I don’t think you should be classified as disabled.” Indeed. But this kind of thing is common enough. We recently saw that ajihad-martyrdom suicide bomber lived off Swedish student aid. And as British jihadist Anjem Choudary said: “The normal situation is to take money from the kuffar. You work, give us the money, Allahu akbar.”
“Peter Costello wants cuts in services to reduce Australia’s debt,” by John Rolfe forNews Limited Network, December 7 (thanks to JW):
TO Peter Costello, the front-page story of Wednesday’s edition of The Daily Telegraph – WELFARE WARFARE- spoke volumes about what’s wrong with the Federal Budget.The story said Sydney disability pensioner Hamdi Alqudsi allegedly organised for young Muslim Australians to go to Syria to fight alongside terror group Al-Qaeda and that he had planned to go there too.
“If you are well enough to fight in a war I don’t think you should be classified as disabled,” Costello tells News Corp Australia….