Obama: Myanmar needs to end “discrimination of Rohingya”
“These Men Are Predators”
by Baron Bodissey (GoV)
Robert Spencer vs. Shiite imam Mohammad Ali Elahi on Hannity on Sharia and U.S. mosques
Typical example of Muslim answers to questioning. No answers, just hot air and accusations against any detractors. Monopolize the discussion to prevent dissemination of facts, as facts destroy their premises.
Last night Robert Spencer appeared on Fox’s Sean Hannity Show discussing the prevalence of a preference for Sharia over U.S. law among Muslims in the United States, and what mosques are doing (and not doing) about it. Appearing along with me was the Imam Mohammad Ali Elahi of the Islamic House of Wisdom in Dearborn Heights, Michigan. We were discussing the video by Ami Horowitz in which Muslims freely avow their preference for Sharia; Hannity’s overview of that video and interview with Horowitz begin this clip and give the context for my discussion with the imam, which begins at 3:56.
The idiot media again. Beyond stupid. They want you to believe he was “radicalised while living in Sidney”. Do you know anyone who has been ‘radicalised while living in Sydney?’ I don’t. I know lots of people who live in Sydney. None of them has ever been radicalised. This guy came from Soddy Barbaria and lived there for a year. Is it not far more likely that he already arrived in Sydney with the mental baggage of a rabid Koranimal that is conditioned to wage jihad in the name of Allah?
A Saudi Arabian student believed to have been radicalised while living in Sydney has become the third suicide bomber to leave Australia to die in Iraq for Islamic State.
Meshaal Suhaimi, who lived in Sydney for a year before vanishing last September, has reportedly been identified as an Islamic State suicide bomber who targeted a Shia militia stronghold in Ramadi.
And had he not left us …?
Apart from 72 virgins in Muhammad’s grand bordello in the sky, the pedophile warlord and slavetrader also promised his companions 28 pearly boys for the afterlife, as long as they kill and die for the cause.
But why wait if you can have it here and now?
The Arabic writing reads:
“It is permissible for the mujahid [jihadi] to enjoy young boys in the absence of women.”
The purported fatwa then justifies this position by quoting Koran 52:24:
“There will circulate among them [servant] boys [especially] for them, as if they were pearls well-protected.”
A similar verses (76:19) reads: “There will circulate among them young boys made eternal. When you see them, you would think them [as beautiful as] scattered pearls.”
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Although she has an extensive record of supporting radical Islamist groups, Ahmad was recognized by the Obama White House as a leading “Muslim female in the United States,” according to a release from her University. She is a frequent Ramadan dinner attendee at the White House.
What is behind her bogus claim of “Islamophobic” victimhood begins to come clear in this context. “‘Diet Coke’ Muslim Discrimination Passenger Has Ties to Radical Imams,” by Jordan Schachtel, Breitbart, June 1, 2015:
A Muslim woman who claimed over the weekend–in a social media post that has since gone viral–that United Airlines discriminated against her because of her faith, has a history rife with deep connections to the Muslim Brotherhood and radical Imams.
31-year-old Tahera Ahmad, who serves as the Muslim chaplain at Northwestern University, claimed over the weekend that she was discriminated against because a United Airlines flight attendant allegedly refused to give her a full can of unopened Diet Coke. When asked for an explanation as to why she had been refused her unopened Diet Coke, the flight attendant allegedly told her that the Coke can could be used as a “weapon on the plane,” Ahmad stated in a Facebook post. After she complained, a passenger told her, “You Moslem you need to shut the f—k up,” according to Ahmad’s recounting of what happened on board. Ahmad’s Facebook page was taken down this afternoon.
Islamic supremacist groups such as CAIR (Council on American-Islamic relations) have condemned United, telling Al Jazeera that they have taken an interest in filing a lawsuit on behalf of Ahmad.
Ahmad’s claims of discrimination have not been corroborated by any passengers, and United Airlines rejects that any wrongdoing or acts of discrimination occurred.
Feminists, Muslim women in denial about Islamic State
While the Islamic state is enslaving and murdering thousands of women the silence of so called feminists in the West is deafening.
Sydney mother Assma Abdullah (Jasmina Milanov), who recently abandoned her two children and escaped to Syria, made hijrah, or migration in the cause of Allah. She is one of many vulnerable targets of Islamic State, which has enslaved and brutalised women, and introduced female police to persecute their own sex.
Why are Muslim women around the world enthusiastically joining a jihadist movement that enforces subjugation, and why are Western feminists giving jihadists a free pass?
From the Religion of Peace
It’s a cute picture, but while this counter-protester was
holding up her sign in Arizona on Friday, Muslims with an
actual understanding of Islam were raping captured Yazidi
teens while forcing them to recite verses from the Quran.
There are four different places in the Quran authorizing
Muslim men to keep women as sex slaves, but not once
does it say that Allah (or “Islam”) loves non-believers.
(Read what the Quran really says about non-Muslims here).
In other news:
Jihad in Sheep’s Clothing (Catholic World)
“Stealth jihad is an attempt to spread Islamic law and culture by non-violent means, including political activism, propaganda and lawfare.” It works by making people afraid of telling the truth about Islam.
The Genocide in Bangladesh (Muslim Issue)
While Muslims obsess over the condition of Rohingya in Myanmar, they completely ignore brutal persecution of minorities in Bangladesh – the Rohingya’s true homeland.
DR JAMAL RIFI @ THE DAILY TELEGRAPH thanks to Halal Choices
Dr Rifi says, “Halal certification money should be invested in engaging with the frustrated youth and in deradicalization programs. After all, this is Muslim community money.”
It certainly is a better idea than the ‘deradicalization’ programs being funded by tax-payer money. However I can’t see the extremely wealthy and profitable halal certifiers parting with such large amounts of money. I also think we need to address and discuss the fundamental issues of what the Qu’ran teaches and the example of the prophet if we are serious about integration and peace.
And as he says, halal profits are “Muslim community money.” That is the issue many of us are frustrated with. Why do all consumers, the majority of which are non-Muslim, have to contribute so much profit to “Muslim community money”?
Halal certification needs to be either government run and everyone benefits from the profits, or user pays and only Muslims fund the industry. I hope Dr Rifi makes his own submission to the government inquiry.
Probe of hardline Muslim schools
The largest provider of Muslim education in the country will be subject to a nationwide audit of its schools, as the federal government swoops on the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils following a series of complaints.
Serious concerns have been raised over the financial management and governance of all AFIC Islamic schools, which cater for 5481 enrolled students and receive about $45 million a year in state and federal funding.
Seen in Sydney by a friend of Q. Today’s papers are on the must-read list.
Islamic schools across Australia will be scrutinised in a federal government crackdown on the way they are run.
Education Minister Christopher Pyne said today the federal education department will audit all six schools run by the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils to investigate concerns relating to their financial management and governance.
Mr Pyne is also worried by reports about the curriculum taught at the schools, segregation of male and female students, and movement of senior staff.