Posts Tagged ‘Dhimmitude’
Exacerbated no doubt by the fact that Austria is rapidly filling up with them:
A new survey has revealed a significant potential for conflicts between Austrians and foreigners, particularly Muslims.
A poll by the Centre for Future Studies of Salzburg’s FH higher education college shows that 53 per cent of Austrians considered the change that existing difficulties in the coexistence of themselves and immigrants could worsen as “very high”.
Around 45 per cent of interviewed Austrians said the same considering Christians and Muslims while 31 per cent were of the same opinion as far as the situation between rich and poor was regarded. Read the rest of this entry »
Good riddance to bad Islamist rubbish:
The US-born radical Islamist cleric and suspected al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki has been killed in Yemen, the country’s defence ministry has said.
A statement said only that he died “along with some of his companions”.
Awlaki, of Yemeni descent, was on the run in Yemen since December 2007.
The US has named him a “specially designated global terrorist” for his alleged role in a number of attacks and US President Barack Obama is said to have personally ordered his killing.
The defence ministry gave no further details of his death, which could not be independently verified.
But tribal sources told AFP news agency Awlaki was killed in an air strike in the eastern Marib province, said to be an al-Qaeda stronghold.
It is not clear whether he was killed by Yemeni forces or a US drone strike. Read the rest of this entry »
Taking their cue from Obama, David Cameron and Hamad Karzai, who have all advocated ‘reaching out’ to the murderers, child abusers and drug dealers of the Taliban, the Nigerian Government kow tows to its new Islamic masters:
Nigeria’s government says it wants to start negotiating with Islamist group Boko Haram, which has been blamed for a series of recent attacks.
The government said a panel would open talks with the group and report back by 16 August.
There was no immediate reaction to the statement from Boko Haram.
The group, whose name roughly translates as “Western education is forbidden”, is fighting to topple the government and create an Islamic state. Read the rest of this entry »
How Muslim Pakistanis treat Christians as sub-human – and get away with it:
The often unseen or unrecognised Christian persecution and abuses at Pakistan’s lowest level of society have come into sharp focus, with the tragic tale of a street sweeper.
While one Christian sanitation worker in Lahore has been suspended and criminal charges filed against him for objecting to discrimination against fellow workers, another was killed the same month for not tending to a shopkeeper’s command fast enough.
Anayat Masih Sahotra, who has worked as a street sweeper for Lahore’s Solid Waste Management (SWM) department for 24 years, said he is facing baseless charges of forgery and fraud from his employers because of his work as a labor leader for area sweepers, who are nearly all Christians. Read the rest of this entry »
…and don’t forget Big Oil also funds the Jihad against you, too. Despite OBL’s welcome demise, Islam’s war against the kuffar continues apace, as the organised crime that funds it spreads its tentacles ever deeper into Western life:
Al Qaeda Inc. might suffer some initial setbacks from Osama bin Laden’s death, but so did Apple Inc. when shares dropped over rumors of Steve Jobs’ illness. But it did not take long to realize that Jobs has established a highly functional corporation, and the shares bounced back.
The same can be expected for al Qaeda Inc. The jihadist organization has changed since its establishment in Afghanistan in 1988 by bin Laden and Palestinian sheikh Abdallah Yusuf Azzam. Al Qaeda Central has developed several branches and inspired many other radical Islamic organizations, each with its own independent resources.
Most rely heavily on a variety of illegal activities, ranging from drug trafficking to kidnapping for ransom, often in association with international criminal syndicates. Read the rest of this entry »