The Â bleeding hearts Â must be told. Their children are not Â our children. Â The answer is Â “what about our children?”
“They threatened to kill me if I went to my uncle. What kind of people threaten their children like that?” But what kind of future does she face now — in Yemen?
“11-Year-Old Yemeni Girl Nada Al-Ahdal Flees Home to Avoid Forced Marriage: I’d Rather Kill Myself,” fromÂ MEMRI, July 8:
Few things are more abundantly attested in Islamic law than the permissibility of child marriage. Islamic tradition records that Muhammad’s favorite wife, Aisha, was six when Muhammad wedded her and nine when he consummated the marriage:
“The Prophet wrote the (marriage contract) with Aisha while she was six years old and consummated his marriage with her while she was nine years old and she remained with him for nine years (i.e. till his death)” (Bukhari 7.62.88).
No doubt the Imam Rauf, Nihad Awad, Mustafa Akyol and a host of other Muslim luminaries are jetting over to Kabul as we speak, determined to explain to young Hannan that the Qur’an is actually a book of Peace and Tolerance, and doesn’t teach anything like killing Infidels as one would a dog. Aren’t they? No? They’re concerned only with convincing non-Muslims that Islam is a religion of peace, not their fellow Muslims who think it teaches violence? Now, why is that?
“Taliban tried to make eight-year-old a suicide bomber: Afghan rebels recruit starving orphans with sweets and 60p bribes,” by Nikki Murfitt for theÂ Daily Mail, July 20 (thanks to JW):
Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan are bribing starving children as young as eight years old to plant deadly roadside booby traps, be decoys in ambushes and even act as suicide bombers.
Islamic antisemitism, courtesy the UN. The world is indeed upside down: the recognized guardians of peace and harmony are the world’s greatest enablers of hatred and violence. “Two States? Not at ‘Camp Jihad,'” by Gil Ronen and Ari Soffer forÂ Israel National News, July 22 (thanks toÂ The Religion of Peace):
As Israel and the Palestinian Authority prepare to renew their negotiations for “peace” under U.S. mediation, a short but powerful documentary about UNRWA children’s camps shows just what kind of “solution” the Palestinian Authority and many of its citizens have in mind.
The film is made up almost exclusively of interviews with children and instructors at UNRWA camps.
In one part, campers are encouraged to chant:
“With God’s help and our own strength we will wage war. And with education and jihad we will return!”
At another point, a camp instructor brands Jews as “wolves.”
The camps are mainly financed by the U.S. and other western countries including the UK, Canada and the EU, and the documentary raises serious questions about how and why western funds are being used to inculcate Arab children with a virulently militant brand of antisemitism.
“Camp Jihad” was produced by the Nahum Bedein Center for Near East Policy Research.