Archive for June 9th, 2011
Even we did a double take when we read this breathtaking example of dhimmi grovelling from Norway (hat tip – Islam in Europe):
Burhanuddin Rabbani, former Afghan president and chairman of the Afghan High Peace Council, told BBC Persian Sunday that Norway had invested large amounts of money and had invited Taliban delegations to Norway several times recently for talks.
Nine Norwegian soldiers were killed in Afghanistan, most of them by the Taliban. UN envoy Siri Skare was also killed in a Taliban attack.
Helge Lurås of the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), says it’s clear Norway has a political interest in a reconciliation process, but that he doesn’t know how far it’s gotten. He also points out that it’s not certain that the strategy of the Norwegian authorities complies with that of the US and UK.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs had no comment.
What a cowardly, depraved act of appeasement.
Eight men were due in court this morning following a police probe into the alleged grooming of young girls.
All of the suspects, from Rochdale, were charged late last night with conspiracy to commit penetrative sexual activity with a female under 16 years.
The men are Abdul Rauf, 42, of Darley Road; Liaqat Shah, 40, of Kensington Road; Adil Khan, 41, of Oswald Street; Qamar Shahzad, 29, of Conisborough; Mohammed Sajid, 34, of Jepheys Street; Mohammed Ikhlaq, 31, of Clover Hall Crescent; Mohammed Amin, 44, of Failinge Road and Abdul Aziz, 40, of Armstrong Hurst Close.
The men were due before magistrates in Rochdale today.
We can predict with unwavering confidence that 100% of the underage victims of these ‘men’ (invariably Pakistani Muslims), will be non-Muslim, white and come from vulnerable backgrounds.
How long is it going to be before the authorities, the politically correct media and mainstream politicians discern an inkling of a pattern here; and stop treating this organised terrorist activity (for it is nothing less); as an unconnected series of individual aberrations?
[Source: Manchester Evening News]
Who said there is no humour in Islam? Even though a large percentage of the work done at Undhimmi involves the gruelling task of highlighting Islamic atrocities and the people in the West who excuse and enable this behaviour, a story will occasionally come along that can introduce a bit of comedy into what we do.
When we first stumbled on a government sponsored site promoting the “growing industry” of tourism in Pakistan, we were sure it had to be a joke. In what must be the tourism industry’s greatest global failure at an attempted rebranding, Pakistan is presented as an exotic year round destination for both cultural enthusiasts and nature loves.
According to the site, Pakistani tourism is “based on its diverse cultures, peoples, and landscapes.” Aside from centuries of history and “ancient civilization ruins”, Pakistan’s geographical wonders and biological diversity are packaged for a variety of hikers, ramblers, and assorted western eco-tourists. So, just like the Lake District then. Read the rest of this entry »