Archive for November, 2010
How Britain’s lax immigration laws and multikulti political correctness facilitate the potential importation of rapists and wifebeaters from the third world – and sometimes lets them get away with it, too:
A Bradford [England] woman in an arranged marriage was raped countless times by her violent husband after failing to get him deported, a jury heard.
The Pakistani man told her: “I can force you, I can do what I want with you,” it is alleged.
The 27-year-old man, who cannot be named to protect the identity of his wife, denies eight offences of rape. Read the rest of this entry »
Looks like this wasn’t ‘Sudden Jihad Syndrome’, but a planned and perfectly-executed Taliban attack (there appear to be conflicting reports on whether the murderer was a ‘genuine’ recruit or a Taliban imposter – we’ll keep you posted):
A gunman in an Afghan police uniform has killed six US service members in eastern Afghanistan, officials say.
The man opened fire during a training mission in Pachir Wagam district, Nangarhar province, said Nato. He was also killed in the incident.
US officials later confirmed that all six were Americans, but declined to give further details. Read the rest of this entry »
She’ll be lucky – lucky if she isn’t on the wrong end of a lashing, that is.
Interesting story from Saudi Barbaria this morning – and particularly, er, poignant as it assumes a seat on the new UN Women’s Rights Council:
Year after year, the 42-year-old Saudi surgeon remains single, against her will. Her father keeps turning down marriage proposals, and her hefty salary keeps going directly to his bank account.
The surgeon in the holy city of Medina knows her father, also her male guardian, is violating Islamic law by forcibly keeping her single, a practice known as “adhl.” So she has sued him in court, with questionable success.
Adhl cases reflect the many challenges facing single women in Saudi Arabia. But what has changed is that more women are now coming forward with their cases to the media and the law. Read the rest of this entry »
How Britons, arguably more than any other people in the developed world, have been cowed by the Multikulti Marxists:
The only illumination that lit up the sky on the first Christmas was the star over Bethlehem. But more than 2,000 years later, the streets of Britain are ablaze with a bizarre array of garish neon images – some with only the most tenuous of links to the festive season.
With so many faiths in the country, messages wishing ‘Happy Eid’ or ‘Happy Diwali’ are widespread – even though both those festivals have long passed.
Meanwhile some shopping areas have plumped for secular themes, perhaps for fear of offending non-Christians, even though the results are often surreal. Others have decided that commercialism should override any spiritual message and erected lights that are little more than blatant advertisements for their sponsors. Read the rest of this entry »
We wonder where that will come from?
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s most influential Sunni Muslim alliance urged the government Friday not to pardon a Christian mother sentenced to death for blasphemy, warning that it would lead to nationwide anarchy.
Politicians and conservative clerics are at loggerheads on whether President Asif Ali Zardari should pardon Aasia Bibi, a mother of five sentenced to hang for defaming Prophet Mohammad under blasphemy laws.
While a growing number of moderate politicians have backed calls for clemency for Aasia, religious conservatives have organised a rival campaign.
“The pardon would lead to anarchy in the country,” the head of Sunni Ittehad Council, Sahibzada Fazal Kareem, told AFP.
“Our stand is very clear that this punishment cannot be waived.” Read the rest of this entry »