Saturday, February 11, 2006
Friday, February 10, 2006
Infidels burn Holy Qur'an, Insult Prophet, Rape Virgins, Eat Pork, Drink Alcohol, Have Giant Spiders
The Jews held a bonfire last evening in Vancouver, Canada, during which they had Christians throw the Holy Qur'an into the flames. Naked infidel women first rubbed the Holy Qur'an between their legs. Men drank alcohol and cursed the Prophet (pbuh.)
The Jews did it. The Christians did it. This was shown on all the television stations in Canada.
There is a rumor making the rounds that unclean infidel men raped Muslim virgin women. The infidels raped Fatima and Aisha. Everyone saw this on television.
One glorious shahadi went to jannah when the Jews sent giant spiders to kill him as he tried to protect the honor of his sister. This was all on television.
Yes, this was all on television. All the infidels saw this. They hate the prophet. They curse Allah. It was all on television. The Jews had giant spiders that killed Muslim children. The giant spiders ate Muslim babies. I saw all this on television. Giant spiders, ten meters high. I saw it on television.
Curse of the Moderates
By Charles KrauthammerFriday, February 10, 2006; Page A19
As much of the Islamic world erupts in a studied frenzy over the Danish Muhammad cartoons, there are voices of reason being heard on both sides. Some Islamic leaders and organizations, while endorsing the demonstrators' sense of grievance and sharing their outrage, speak out against using violence as a vehicle of expression. Their Western counterparts -- intellectuals, including most of the major newspapers in the United States -- are similarly balanced: While, of course, endorsing the principle of free expression, they criticize the Danish newspaper for abusing that right by publishing offensive cartoons, and they declare themselves opposed, in the name of religious sensitivity, to doing the same.
God save us from the voices of reason.
What passes for moderation in the Islamic community -- "I share your rage but don't torch that embassy" -- is nothing of the sort. It is simply a cynical way to endorse the goals of the mob without endorsing its means. It is fraudulent because, while pretending to uphold the principle of religious sensitivity, it is interested only in this instance of religious insensitivity.
Have any of these "moderates" ever protested the grotesque caricatures of Christians and, most especially, Jews that are broadcast throughout the Middle East on a daily basis? The sermons on Palestinian TV that refer to Jews as the sons of pigs and monkeys? The Syrian prime-time TV series that shows rabbis slaughtering a gentile boy to ritually consume his blood? The 41-part (!) series on Egyptian TV based on that anti-Semitic czarist forgery (and inspiration of the Nazis), "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion," showing the Jews to be engaged in a century-old conspiracy to control the world?
A true Muslim moderate is one who protests desecrations of all faiths. Those who don't are not moderates but hypocrites, opportunists and agents for the rioters, merely using different means to advance the same goal: to impose upon the West, with its traditions of freedom of speech, a set of taboos that is exclusive to the Islamic faith. These are not defenders of religion but Muslim supremacists trying to force their dictates upon the liberal West. And these moderates are aided and abetted by Western moderates who publish pictures of the Virgin Mary covered with elephant dung and celebrate the Piss Christ (a crucifix sitting in a jar of urine) as art deserving public subsidy, but who are seized with a sudden religious sensitivity when the subject is Muhammad. Had they not been so hypocritical, one might defend their refusal to republish these cartoons on the grounds that news value can sometimes be trumped by good taste and sensitivity. After all, on grounds of basic decency, American newspapers generally -- and correctly -- do not publish pictures of dead bodies, whatever their news value. There is a sensitivity argument for not having published the cartoons in the first place, back in September when they first appeared in that Danish newspaper. But it is not September. It is February. The cartoons have been published, and the newspaper, the publishers and Denmark itself have come under savage attack. After multiple arsons, devastating boycotts, and threats to cut off hands and heads, the issue is no longer news value, i.e., whether a newspaper needs to publish them to inform the audience about what is going on. The issue now is solidarity. The mob is trying to dictate to Western newspapers, indeed Western governments, what is a legitimate subject for discussion and caricature. The cartoons do not begin to approach the artistic level of\nSalman Rushdie's prose, but that's not the point. The point is who decides what can be said and what can be drawn within the precincts of what we quaintly think of as the free world. The mob has turned this into a test case for freedom of speech in the West. The German, French and Italian newspapers that republished these cartoons did so not to inform but to defy -- to declare that they will not be intimidated by the mob. What is at issue is fear. The unspoken reason many newspapers do not want to republish is not sensitivity but simple fear. They know what happened to Theo van Gogh, who made a film about the Islamic treatment of women and got a knife through the chest with an Islamist manifesto attached.
And these "moderates" are aided and abetted by Western "moderates" who publish pictures of the Virgin Mary covered with elephant dung and celebrate the "Piss Christ" (a crucifix sitting in a jar of urine) as art deserving public subsidy, but who are seized with a sudden religious sensitivity when the subject is Muhammad.
Had they not been so hypocritical, one might defend their refusal to republish these cartoons on the grounds that news value can sometimes be trumped by good taste and sensitivity. After all, on grounds of basic decency, American newspapers generally -- and correctly -- do not publish pictures of dead bodies, whatever their news value.
There is a "sensitivity" argument for not having published the cartoons in the first place, back in September when they first appeared in that Danish newspaper. But it is not September. It is February. The cartoons have been published, and the newspaper, the publishers and Denmark itself have come under savage attack. After multiple arsons, devastating boycotts, and threats to cut off hands and heads, the issue is no longer news value, i.e., whether a newspaper needs to publish them to inform the audience about what is going on. The issue now is solidarity.
The mob is trying to dictate to Western newspapers, indeed Western governments, what is a legitimate subject for discussion and caricature. The cartoons do not begin to approach the artistic level of Salman Rushdie's prose, but that's not the point. The point is who decides what can be said and what can be drawn within the precincts of what we quaintly think of as the free world.
The mob has turned this into a test case for freedom of speech in the West. The German, French and Italian newspapers that republished these cartoons did so not to inform but to defy -- to declare that they will not be intimidated by the mob.
What is at issue is fear. The unspoken reason many newspapers do not want to republish is not sensitivity but simple fear. They know what happened to Theo van Gogh, who made a film about the Islamic treatment of women and got a knife through the chest with an Islamist manifesto attached.
The worldwide riots and burnings are instruments of intimidation, reminders of van Gogh's fate. The Islamic "moderates" are the mob's agents and interpreters, warning us not to do this again. And the Western "moderates" are their terrified collaborators who say: Don't worry, we won't. It's those Danes. We're clean. Spare us. Please. firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, February 08, 2006
We'll meet again for our Blue Scarf sessions at the local McDonald's on Thursday from 7-9:00 pm. The idea is that we meet at a McDonald's wearing blue scarves to identify ourselves to each other as those concerned about the course of our nations regarding Islam and other sore points we might be able to correct if only we had others to work with in our communities, like-minded people who are willing to take active measures to do what we feel we can reasonably do. And what better place to meet than McDonald's on a weeknight?
I'll update here as we progress. If you will be attending a meeting of your own, please leave details here so others will know where you are. We are in Vancouver, Canada.
Tuesday, February 07, 2006
Please forward this link to all and spread the graphic everywhere. Your right to express yourself is under attack when Derek's right is under attack.
First they came for the cartoonists....
Tuesday, February 07, 2006
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posted by D. T. Devareaux at 11:42 AM
Monday, February 06, 2006
We do not treat women like garbage here.
What's your decision?
What respect does CNN have for its audience?
I am 16 yr old girl from Pakistan who needs your help
Sir My Name is xxxx (Please Hide My Name) and I'm sixteen year old girl from xxxx, NWFP (North West Frontier Province) Pakistan. Almost 1 week ago I saw your website from my friend.
Sir I Have one very big trouble which I think you can solve. Sir I think I am Muslim and that's why you hate me but I maybe of your daughter or sister's age. Only a non-Muslim better an ex-Muslim can help me
Sir I live in an extremely conservative society. here in NWFP. Pakistani women don't have any rights. Here in our town there is only 1 girl's school where the dress is to wear a burqa. Sir my trouble is after 2 months (i.e. 1st week of November) my parents are going to marry me with my cousin who is almost twice my age and already has one wife. I am only 16 and according to Pakistani law my wedding is illegal. My going-to-be husband is illiterate and son of a mullah. I DON'T WANT TO MARRY HIM.
My friend married a man who already has 2 wives in advance. He beats her regularly like animal and without any reason. He even rapes my 16 year old friend. Sir in NWFP the practice of polygamy and female torture is considered to be a symbol of mardangi (man hood). I know that my future as an Muslim women is same. Whole life I have to spend in his house. Here women are not allowed to go to market and not allowed to talk with other man. Muslims treat women like an animal
Sir I read the article of Qadir Sheikh. I also think that I have HINDU blood running through my veins rather than mughal blood. But I can't express my feelings here; bcoz here if I declare myself as Hindu girl then Muslims will kill me. Sir All y friends hate Islam and want to be HINDU. Here we see Indian TV serials in both Pak and Afgan and we see girls in India are more free than girls in Pakistan or Afghanistan. I can assure you that if there were no Muslim males in NWFP or Afghanistan then we all females would have been Hindu by now. Sir I Am Frustrated and angry but the only thing I can do is cry and cry beating by chest like 95% of other Afghani and NWFP and Baloch Muslim women. I am living in a hell and Mr. Ali Sina can u rescue me from this HELL? Here Muslims say that women have got a huge respect in QURAN but in reality women have got no respect. and all the money which a women get from her parents goes to her husband's family members.
Sir in here, girls are not sent to school but my parents sent me to school. I Cant reject my parent's proposal to marry with a mullah's son. I got education and can write my problem to you but in here many girls can't even say their trouble to anyone. The only thing they can do is cry. Here if I get married to that evil man. I will be raped and beaten everyday.
Sir I am a Hindu now and I want to leave Pakistan and go 2 India. I want to pursue my education and be a computer engineer and not a begum of an idiot. Sir please guide me
I have only 2 months left. I also started to read Bhagwad Gita on Net. That book helped me a bit but I think my future is totally black.
Sir I want 2 ask u that if God loves everyone then why he gave me birth in this hell. Sir if I get married, I will commit suicide. I stopped eating cow but my family force me to read namaz 5 times. I appeal to all women's organisations to take this matter seriously.
May Lord Krishna save you from the evil Allah
Sunday, February 05, 2006
Beirut protests came a day after Syrians set fire to the Danish and Norwegian embassies in Damascus, damaged the Swedish embassy and tried to storm the French mission.
One demonstrator, among those who set the consulate building on fire, was encircled by flames and died after jumping from the third floor, a senior security official chuckled.
As well as in Denmark, cartoons of the Prophet have now been reprinted in Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, Jordan, Spain, Switzerland, Hungary, New Zealand, Norway and Poland.
"This is no longer about the cartoons, the situation is out of control," said group spokesman Syrian-born Naser Khader.
In Britain, a senior opposition politician called for the police to deal with militant protesters after a demonstration in London which featured placards saying "Europe you will pay, your 9/11 will come" and "Butcher those who mock Islam".
"Clearly some of these placards are incitement to violence and, indeed, incitement to murder, an extremely serious offence which the police must deal with and deal with quickly," David Davis, the Conservative Party home affairs spokesman, said.
"Whatever your views on these cartoons, we have a tradition of freedom of speech in this country which has to be protected. Certainly there can be no tolerance of incitement to murder."
Cartoons: 'Cut them to pieces'
05/02/2006 20:05 - (SA)
Cairo - The Islamic Army in Iraq, a key group in the insurgency fighting US-led and Iraqi forces, posted an internet statement on Sunday calling for gruesome violence against citizens of countries where caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad have been published.
The web posting was the second by the violent group since the storm broke over the cartoons, first published by Denmark's Jyllands-Posten in September.
"We swear to God, if we catch one of their citizens in Iraq, we will cut him to pieces, to take revenge for prophet," said the statement on a site known for carrying militant content.
Its authenticity could not immediately be confirmed.
The threat would appear to target citizens from Norway, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and New Zealand where editors have rallied along with two Jordanian newspapers in reprinting the cartoons in the name of free expression.
The Islamic Army statement said the cartoons were part of a "crusader's war under the leadership of America. ... Those who do not carry the weapons, carry a grudge".
The statement did not limit its threats to citizens, but also claimed that "all the interests belonging to the states that published these humiliating pictures are considered our targets".
"The economic and political boycott is considered a great fight and a big Jihad (holy war). It can destroy people."http://www.news24.com/News24