Archive for June, 2011
There they go again with their latest victimhood meme – the ‘New Jews’ baloney:
Muslim leaders from the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia came to Prague on Tuesday to share their experiences and to discuss the challenges faced by their communities. The numbers of the Muslim populations in their countries vary significantly, as do their historic backgrounds. But the debate showed that some challenges are shared by Muslims across the region: islamophobia, media bias, and severe legislative restrictions.
The mosque in Brno
The Muslim presence in Central Europe goes back centuries but today’s Muslim communities in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary only began to form in the 1970s and 80s, with the influx of students from the Middle East and North Africa. Read the rest of this entry »
File this one under professional development. From the country that provides us with 20% of our crude oil and 75% of the 9/11 hijackers comes this heart-warming tale about a man carving out a niche as a professional Saudi executioner in the Arab Kingdom’s penal system.
Abdallah Al-Bishi, in a special interview, talks about the joys of applying Allah’s punishments to the seemingly endless queues of Saudi miscreants. Even though watching his first execution with his father as a young boy caused him to faint, he eventually answered his calling and is currently training his own sons to follow him in what has become a family business.
If you are wondering where Abdallah, whose name incidentally means ‘servant of Allah’, draws his inspiration, look no further than the prophet Mohammed himself. According to Qu’ran 8:12 Mohammed says that he “will instill terror into the hearts of the unbelievers.” He further directs his followers to “smite ye above their necks and smite all of their finger-tips off.”
Just to prove that the prophet of Islam was not above breaking a few eggs to make an omelet, he oversaw the decapitation of 700 Jewish men at Banu Qurayza by his own nephew-in-law, Ali. While it isn’t fashionable to malign Islam, it is difficult to not imagine a society based on Mohammed’s teachings lacking in peace and tranquility.
When not striking fear into the hearts of the unbelievers, the Saudi executioner found time in his busy schedule to dictate which arms and legs should be cut off of thieves and to enjoy the women he had taken as sex slaves in battle. But please, don’t just take my word for it; most Moslems are more than happy to make the connection between the Prophet of Islam and the violent, cruel punishments meted out under Sharia law here and here. That is, of course, when they are not trying to convince us that Sharia is compatible with Western values.
If it sets out on the basis of a false premise – how can it come to anything other than a false conclusion?:
Plans to tackle the problem of children being groomed for sex in the UK are to be published.
The findings of the six-month inquiry by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (Ceop) centre into localised grooming will be released along with recommendations for the future.
Last week it emerged that more than 2,000 young victims of grooming have been identified since January 2008, but the problem is a “hidden issue” and likely to be seriously underestimated by police, social services and charities.
Peter Davies, Ceop’s chief executive, launched the investigation after former home secretary Jack Straw accused some Pakistani men in Britain of seeing white girls as “easy meat” for sexual abuse. Read the rest of this entry »
….clearly a case of Ban Ki Moon Derangement Syndrome:
The Netherlands is declining in international importance thanks to anti-immigrant statements by the anti-Islam party PVV and reduced involvement in international [military] missions, according to the outgoing Dutch ambassador to the UN’s food and agriculture agency FAO.
In an interview with the NRC, Agnes van Ardenne also says the minority government’s alliance with Geert Wilders’ PVV party is impossible to explain abroad and that diplomats believe the party is part of the cabinet.
The Netherlands used to have a strong moral compass as a land of peace and justice, Van Ardenne, a former aid minister, said. ‘Now we have a major party which wants to close the borders because our land is full… we are no longer a leading nation.’
Geert Wilders has the Dutch national interest far closer to his heart than any UN one-world multiculturalist.
Since when does being a leading nation in the world entail flooding your country with benefit-dependent immigrants; and promising to do something about that, seal its fate as a basket case?
Immigration (and in Western Europe when we say immigration we are talking largely about Muslim immigration) has, as in other developed countries, cost the Netherlands dearly. In Britain, too, the economic benefits, if any, are barely discernable according to a Parliamentary report – and probably negative once residual factors such as higher propensity to unemployment, crime and benefit and immigration fraud are considered).
Agnes van Ardenne is playing the multiculturalists’ favourite three card trick – she says beneficial immigration. You think highly skilled Indian software developer, Chinese engineer, or Canadian teacher, perhaps. What you get, however, is something else entirely.
When multikultis try to seduce you with gushing, breathless talk of open borders and globalisation being the mark of a developed nation; and bringing with it miraculous economic as well as cultural enrichment:
- a) ask to see the numbers
- b) check to see if you still have your wallet
[Source: Dutch News]
Africa is Islamising and radicalising rapidly – right under the nose of the rest of the world. Many ‘isolated incidents’ are steadily and predictably coalescing into a full-blown African Jihad:
Hundreds of Muslim protesters descended on a Jehovah’s Witness temple and a bar in a conservative Muslim neighbourhood of the Senegalese capital, setting the buildings on fire.
It was a rare instance of religious extremism in this normally moderate [there goes that word again - Ed] Islamic republic.
Thierno Mbeugne, spokesman for the local imam association, said the head imam in the conservative Yoff district of Dakar had asked the youth to march on Sunday against what they considered as ‘acts of aggression against their faith’. Read the rest of this entry »