Hello WoJ readers!
The sheik went to Sweden to meet some good friends from the counter jihad, and here’s a first report from the weekend:
Religion of usurpers:
Shiites try to co-opt Â Mothers Day by offering 1400 halal cakes, in the hope that sugar in your mouth melts in your mind:
Full fartwa below the fold.
Happy Mother’s Day!
“His mother will be angry if he does not celebrate Mother’s Day,” fromÂ Islam QA:
We ran into this da’awa shiite, who invited us to embrace Islam:
She kept telling us that her “Fatima Day” was for all people, and she didn’t wanna tell us that she was a shia rafidah, which means Â heretic in the eyes of righteous sunni believers. She became very evasive when asked whether Â sunni muslims celebrate this shiite holiday.
Kurds rally…. for freedom & democracy?
There was another rally Â called “We accuse…” Â organized by some obscure NGO, (most likely UN-financed) blaming cruel Sweden for not importing even more third world parasites…..
Looks like a lying taqiyya muslim with that nose…..
UN official says refugee bill inconsistent with international law
- Furio De Angelis takes aim at detention provisions: “Surely UNHCR would not support a rush to the lowest common denominator.”
“International law” is sharia —but don’t wait Â for these Â brain-dead UN-stooges to tell you.
So what has Sweden got in common with Tanzania?
Most of the streets carry an advert regarding Fatmah who was born in the Islamic history. Hadrat Khadija’s (S.A.) excellent and noble characteristics are fantastic example for mankind to follow. She is the lady who gave birth to Fatima Zahra(S.A.) and brought her up with talents and virtues. Fatima Zahra(S.A.) was a descendant of two great people.
“My first reaction after reading was total shock: how can schools so casually force children into more segregation and social exclusion?” Good question.
“City slammed for ‘special treatment’ of Muslim kids,” fromÂ The Local, May 11 (thanks to JW):
Its not Â about equal rights; its about special rights for Muslims
A Swedish school district has sparked outrage for striking a deal with local Muslim groups ensuring Muslim students can skip out on overnight class trips and Muslim girls don’t have to be naked when showering at school.
A Swedish school district has sparked outrage for striking a deal with local Muslim groups ensuring Muslim students can skip out on overnight class trips and Muslim girls don’t have to be naked when showering at school.”My first reaction after reading was total shock: how can schools so casually force children into more segregation and social exclusion?” women’s and equal rights activist Bahareh Andersson wrote on the Swedish opinion website Newsmill.
Her comments came in response to reading a document outlining an agreement between education officials in JÃ¶nkÃ¶ping municipality and local Muslim groups ensuring special treatment for Muslim children enrolled in area schools.
“It’s not only about exceptions for food, but it’s also about an exception from human rights. Children learning from an early age that gender segregation is something natural and that love without marriage is a sin and immoral,” wrote Andersson.
“Why do people want immigrant children to be indoctrinated with values from the Middle Ages?”
Following the publication of Andersson’s article, a non-profit organization dedicated to informing immigrant women about their rights in Sweden, Never Forget Pela and Fadime (GlÃ¶m aldrig Pela och Fadime — GAPF), reported education officials from JÃ¶nkÃ¶ping to the Swedish National Agency for Education (Skolverket).
According to the group, the school district’s agreement amounts an unauthorized exercise of control over the affected students as well as a limitation on their life choices.
The five page document outlining the agreement was first drawn up in 1994 and has been revised periodically over the years.
The most recent revisions â€“ carried out in June 2011 â€“ involved how schools should deal with Ramadan and other details surrounding how religious holidays would be treated in local schools.
According to current head of JÃ¶nkÃ¶ping’s education administration Stephan Rapp, the document’s seven main points have remained essentially the same since they were first drawn up.
Among other things, the document includes guidance ensuring that schools will allow Muslim girls to shower in their underwear following physical education classes and that students would be allowed to skip out on study visits of class trips that involve overnight stays.
According to the agreement, students fasting for Ramadan are also exempt from attending physical education classes and representatives from local Muslim congregations are also granted access to the school’s kitchen to observe how the school’s food is prepared.
Rapp admitted to the TT news agency that the conditions outlined in the document could be sees as providing special treatment for Muslim students.
“Yes, and we take that very seriously,” he said, adding that city education officials plan on reviewing the document at a meeting next week.
“That could lead to anything from changes to that it is scrapped.”
Rapp emphasized that the agreement would be reviewed “closely” to ensure it complies with Swedish law.
Nor was he aware of other similar agreements in other municipalities.
Meanwhile, GAPF, along with other groups, have reported the matter to national education authorities in Sweden, arguing that the agreement legitimizes violence, oppression and control over Muslim children.
“Schools have often given these children a little breathing room. We meet children who say that at school the can relax and take a breath. There isn’t a dad, cousin, or brother running around in the halls and controlling them,” Sara Mohammad, chair of GAPF, told TT.
“School should be a neutral environment where they avoid being controlled. Children aren’t born with religious values, rather it is parents’ traditional convictions that are forced on the children. Schools and municipalities shouldn’t contribute to that.”…
Happy Mother’s Day! “His mother will be angry if he does not celebrate Mother’s Day,” fromÂ Islam QA:
I have a friend from one of the Arab countries, and in that country Mother’s Day is an official holiday, which he celebrates with his brothers and sisters because of their mother. Now he wants to stop doing that, but his mother will be angry because she has become accustomed to this thing and it has become a tradition in their country. He is afraid that his mother will be angry with him and will bear a grudge against him until she dies not pleased with him. He has tried to convince her that it is haraam and why, but she is not convinced because of the atmosphere in their country. What should he do? Please advise us, may Allaah bless you.Praise be to Allaah.
Celebrating Mother’s Day is an innovated matter which the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and his companions (may Allaah be pleased with them) did not do. It is also an imitation of the kuffaar from whom we have been commanded to differ. Hence it is not permissible to celebrate it or to obey one’s mother in that, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “There is no obedience if it involves sin; obedience is only in that which is right and proper.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 7257; Muslim, 1840.
He should continue to honour her and treat her with kindness, and keep trying to convince her that this celebration is a newly invented innovation. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The worst of matters are those which are newly-invented, and every innovation is a going-astray.” Narrated by Muslim, 867; al-Nasaa’i, 1578. Al-Nasaa’i’s report adds the words: “And every going astray will be in the Fire.”
The mother is entitled to respect and honour, and upholding of the ties of kinship throughout her life, so what is the point of singling out a particular day to honour her?
Moreover, this innovation has come to us from societies in which disobedience towards parents is widespread, in which mothers and fathers can find no refuge except old people’s homes, where they are left alone and no one visit them, and they spend their time in pain and sorrow. So they think that honouring their mothers for one day will erase the sin of their disobedience towards her during the rest of the year.
But we Muslims have been commanded to honour our parents and uphold the ties of kinship, and we have been forbidden to disobey our parents. In our religion mothers have been given something which has not been given to them in any other religion; the mother’s rights take precedence over those of the father, as al-Bukhaari (5514) and Muslim (4621) narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: A man came to the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and said: “O Messenger of Allaah, who is most deserving of my good company?” He said: “Your mother.” He said: “Then who?” He said: “Your mother.” He said: “Then who?” He said: “Your mother.” He said: “Then who?” He said: “Then your father.”
Honouring one’s mother does not come to an end even when she dies, for she is honoured in life and in death. That is done by offering the funeral prayer for her, praying for forgiveness for her, carrying out her last wishes and honouring her family and friends.
Let us adhere to this great religion and follow its etiquettes and rulings, for in it is sufficient guidance and mercy….