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PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 3:02 pm    Post subject: Re: Preaching hate and killing Christians Reply with quote

Vixen wrote:
Verviers is the small town I live in. I'm now on a trip to Geneva - this does not make me want to hurry home!

I'd been working as a volunteer in a centre for refugees, helping them to settle and adapt. It is discouraging to see how some of the people we took in and helped preach hate and call their "parishioners" (I don't know the word for the Muslim equivalent) to kill us.

Please keep safe, Vixen! hug
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2016 4:30 pm    Post subject: The Crusades have finally started Reply with quote

This might not all be true (at least some exaggeration about Japan) and it is not necessarily good news for Western civilization!

We must not confuse Muslims and Jihadists, not all Muslims are Jihadists even if all Jihadists are, or claim to be, Muslims!

It is a good idea to demand that Muslims living in the West respect and submit to local laws; if they only recognize Sharia Law and want to submit the host country to it's cruel rules, they cannot be integrated and should go back to a country where Sharia is the law of the land.

Islam is a total system/ideology covering all aspects of life. In the eyes of the Muslims, it is the only religion, all others generating infidels to be converted or killed.

The basic question is can a person living in a country of Western obedience be BOTH a law abiding Citizen of that country and a devout Muslim at the same time???

RECOMMENDED reading: "Defeating Jihad, the winnable war" by Dr Sebastian GORKA. We just went to his fascinating lecture at FAU last Saturday.

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The Crusades have finally started

They're getting to be known - and rejected. The Crusades have finally started as predicted.

The first countries to ban Islam:

See how the world is acting fast on the threat posed by Islam and its barbaric Sharia Law.

Japan has always refused Muslims to live permanently in their country and they cannot own any real estate or any type of business, and have banned any worship of Islam. Any Muslim tourist caught spreading the word of Islam will be deported immediately, including all family members.

Cuba rejects plans for first mosque.

The African nation of Angola and several other nations have officially banned Islam.

Record number of Muslims, (over 2,000) deported from Norway as a way of fighting crime. Since these Muslim criminals have been deported, crime has dropped by a staggering 72%. Prison Officials are reporting that nearly half of their jail cells are now vacant, Courtrooms nearly empty, Police now free to attend to other matters, mainly traffic offenses to keep their roads and highways safe and assisting the public in as many ways as they can.

In Germany alone in the last year there were 81 violent attacks targeting mosques.

Austrian police arrested 13 men targeting suspected jihad recruiters.

A Chinese court sends 22 Muslim Imams to jail for 16 to 20 years for spreading Islam hatred and have executed eighteen jihadists; China campaigns against Separatism (disallowing Islamist to have their own separate state). Muslim prayers banned in government buildings and schools in Xinjiang (Western China). Hundreds of Muslim families prepared to leave China for their own safety and return back to their own Middle Eastern countries.

Muslim refugees beginning to realize that they are not welcome in Christian countries because of their violent ways and the continuing Wars in Syria and Iraq whipped up by the hideous ISIS who are murdering young children and using mothers and daughters as sex slaves.

British Home Secretary prepares to introduce 'Anti-social Behavior Order' for extremists and strip dual nationals of their Citizenship. Deportation laws also being prepared.

The Czech Republic blatantly refuses Islam in their country, regarding it as evil.

Alabama - A new controversial amendment that will ban the recognition of "foreign laws which would include Sharia law".

16 other States have all Introduced Legislation to Ban Sharia Law.

North Carolina bans Islamic "Sharia Law" in the State, regarding it now as a criminal offense.

The Polish Defense League issues a warning to Muslims.

Many Muslims in Northern Ireland have announced plans to leave the country to avoid anti-Islamic violence by Irish locals. The Announcement comes after an attack on groups of Muslims in the city of Belfast, Groups of Irish locals went berserk and bashed teenage Muslim gangs who were referring to young Irish girls as sluts and should be all gang raped, according to Islam and ''Sharia Law’'. Even hospital staff were reluctant to treat the battered Muslim patients, the majority were given the Band-Aid treatment and sent home with staff muttering ''Good Riddance''.

Dutch MP's call for removal of all mosques in the Netherlands. One Member of the Dutch Parliament said: "We want to clean Netherlands of Islam".

Dutch MP Machiel De Graaf spoke on behalf of the Party for Freedom when he said, "All mosques in the Netherlands should be shut down. Without Islam, the Netherlands would be a wonderful safe country to live in, as it was before the arrival of Muslim refugees''.

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I'm more than happy to forward this on - maybe I'm more of a realist than a racist?
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2016 3:16 pm    Post subject: HELPING the Muslim Invasion Reply with quote

THANKS!
Jihadis: Trump’s Perfect for Recruiting

Prominent terror groups across the Middle East and Africa say they plan on using President-elect Donald Trump’s rhetoric as part of their recruitment efforts worldwide. “This guy is a complete maniac,” said Abu Omar Khorasani, an ISIS commander in Afghanistan. “His utter hate toward Muslims will make our job much easier because we can recruit thousands.” On the campaign trail, Trump often bemoaned the influence of “radical Islamic terrorism” and proposed banning Muslims from entering the U.S. “He does not differentiate between extremist and moderate Islamist trends and, at the same time, he overlooks [the fact] that his extremism will generate extremism in return,” said Moqtada al-Sadr, the influential Iraqi Shiite Muslim cleric.

Read more: http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-jihadists-idUSKBN1390FO
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 09, 2016 5:00 pm    Post subject: Dutch Anti-Islamic Leader Found Guilty Reply with quote

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Dutch Anti-Islamic Leader Found Guilty

Geert Wilders, the leader of the far-right Dutch Freedom Party, was found guilty Friday of inciting discrimination with comments he made about Moroccan immigrants, but no penalty was imposed. During a March 2014 speech in The Hague, the infamously Islamophobic politician asked attendees of his party’s rally whether they wanted “more or fewer Moroccans” in the Netherlands, to which the crowd responded with the chant, “fewer, fewer, fewer.” Wilders replied that he would “take care of that,” and several thousand complaints were filed with the country’s public prosecutor as a result. Wilders was also found guilty of inciting hate, but presiding judge Hendrik Steenhuis decided, “The guilty verdict was punishment enough,” and opted to impose no fines on Wilders, who was not present at the sentencing.

More at https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-12-09/wilders-found-guilty-by-dutch-court-on-discrimination-charge
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2017 4:55 pm    Post subject: Marine Le Pen Cancels Meeting Over Headscarf Reply with quote

Marine Le Pen Cancels Lebanon Meeting Over Headscarf

French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, who represents the far-right National Front, canceled a meeting in Lebanon on Tuesday over a headscarf. “You can pass on my respects to the grand mufti, but I will not cover myself up,” she said. Le Pen bailed on the encounter with Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Latif Derian, the nation’s top cleric for Sunni Muslims, over the requirement. She is using a visit to Lebanon to reportedly enhance her foreign-policy experience before the first round of votes in the French presidential race in April. Le Pen had been informed beforehand about the requirement and thus surprised the cleric’s press office with her refusal. Currently, French laws ban headscarves for high-school students and in public posts. Le Pen hopes to extend the ban to more areas.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-france-election-lepen-idUSKBN1600R6
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2017 4:58 pm    Post subject: Headscarf or not Reply with quote

Link to photo: (too big to post here)

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An aide of Lebanon's Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdel-Latif Derian, right, holds a head scarf as he tries to convince French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, center, to wear it during her meeting with the Mufti but she refused, at Dar al-Fatwa the headquarters of the Sunni Mufti, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. Le Pen refused to go into a meeting with Lebanon's Grand mufti after his aides asked her to wear a head scarf. Le Pen said she met in the past with the Grand mufti of Egypt's Al-Azhar, one of the world's top Sunni clerics, without wearing a veil. Once she was told it is different here, Le Pen walked toward her car and left. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Le Pen refuses headscarf, nixes talks with Lebanon cleric
ANDREA ROSA and HUSSEIN MALLA

BEIRUT (AP) — France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen refused to don a headscarf for a meeting with Lebanon's top Sunni Muslim cleric on Tuesday and walked away from the scheduled appointment after a brief squabble at the entrance.

Le Pen, who is on a three-day visit to Lebanon this week and has met senior officials, was to meet with the country's grand mufti, Sheikh Abdel-Latif Derian.

Shortly after she arrived at his office, one of his aides handed her a white headscarf to put on. Following a discussion with his aides that lasted few minutes, she refused and returned to her car.

Le Pen has tried to raise her international profile and press her pro-Christian stance with her visit to Lebanon, a former French protectorate.

On Monday, she met with President Michel Aoun and Prime Minister Saad Hariri. She said Syrian President Bashar Assad was "the most reassuring solution for France," adding that the best way to protect minority Christians is to "eradicate" the Islamic State group preying on them — not turn them into refugees.

Some Lebanese officials including, including Hariri, a Sunni, have taken umbrage at what is widely seen as her stigmatization of Muslims, who her followers claim are changing the Christian face of France. There was also apparent displeasure at her comments on Assad.
Christian right-wing leader Samir Geagea said after meeting with Le Pen on Tuesday that "terrorism has no religion." He described Assad as "the biggest terrorist in Syria and the region."

Walid Jumblatt, a leftist politician in Lebanon, tweeted on Tuesday that Le Pen's statements in Lebanon "were an insult toward the Lebanese people and Syrian people."

After walking away from the meeting with the grand mufti, Le Pen said she had previously told the cleric's office that she would not wear a headscarf.
"They didn't cancel the meeting, so I thought they would accept the fact that I wouldn't wear one," she said. "They tried to impose it upon me."

The office of Lebanon's mufti issued a statement saying that Le Pen was told in advance through one of her aides that she would have to put on a headscarf during the meeting with the mufti.

"This is the protocol" at the mufti's office, the statement said. It said the mufti's aides tried to give her the headscarf and that Le Pen refused to take it.

"The mufti's office regrets this inappropriate behavior in such meetings," the statement said.
Le Pen said she had met in the past with Egypt's Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar, the head of the Sunni world's most prestigious learning institute, without wearing a headscarf. Photos of Le Pen with Ahmed al-Tayeb in 2015 in Cairo show her with the cleric with her hair uncovered.
Le Pen's refusal on Tuesday to don a headscarf would be in line with her strong support for French secularism, and a proposal in her presidential platform. French law bans headscarves in the public service and for high school pupils.

Le Pen's proposal aims to extend a 2004 law banning headscarves and other "ostentatious" religious symbols in classrooms to all public spaces. While the 2004 law covers all religions, it is aimed at Muslims.

Later Tuesday, a group of Lebanese held a small protest in Beirut against Le Pen's visit. One protester raised a drawing of Le Pen between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump, with "Neo-fascists" emblazoned underneath.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2017 11:51 pm    Post subject: Dutch political leader Wilders' de-Islamification policy Reply with quote

Interesting! Listening to all sides is the only way to form a competent opinion!

Highly controversial. I don't disagree with everything he says but Would have liked to have more time to discuss ...and contest some of his postulates and the conclusions he draws.

As usual, listen or discard, the choice is yours...!

Exclusive interview with Dutch political leader Geert Wilders! (Ezra Levant for the Rebel)

His central campaign theme is the de-Islamification of the Netherlands — and the freedom of speech to criticize Islam.

Wilders himself has been marked for death by Muslim extremists, and our meeting happened behind a wall of armed bodyguards.

We talked about so many things, including:

* his chances in the Dutch election
* open borders mass Muslim immigration
* how the media elites treat him
* his battle against sharia-style censorship
* the “Trump Effect” on the Netherlands
* his views on whether Islam is a religion — or something more dangerous
* Justin Trudeau’s Islamophobia motion
* the silence of traditional feminists and gay rights activists in the face of Muslim extremism

Click here to watch the whole thing!

https://youtu.be/06IN2MbdF_I



What did you think? Tell me, and tell the world — please feel free to leave a comment under the video.

Yours truly,

Ezra Levant

P.S. The trip to the Netherlands for me and two cameramen cost $7,000. Unlike the CBC, we don’t get $1.5 billion from the government — if you can help fund our independent journalism, please click here, or visit www.RebelEurope.com.

P.P.S. Please forward this e-mail to your friends and family who would be interested in learning about the man who polls say could win next month’s Dutch elections!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 6:13 pm    Post subject: Malika Sorel on the Muslim veil Reply with quote

Born in France of Algerian parents, Malika Sorel is part of the patriotic Republican elite coming from immigration, a rare treasure these days.

With Elisabeth Badinter and Mona Ozouf, she's one of the French women I admire the most.

http://www.malikasorel.fr/

http://www.lefigaro.fr/vox/societe/2014/10/29/31003-20141029ARTFIG00331-voile-a-l-ecole-la-reponse-de-malika-sorel-a-najat-vallaud-belkacem.php

She's been in an argument with our Minister of Education, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, about the wearing of the Muslim veil. Both articles above are in French but can be translated.

In brief, she is saying, quoting Islamic scholar Abdelwahab Meddeb, that the Muslim veil is not "just a piece of cloth, it constitutes a violation of the principle of equality and shared dignity between the sexes (...), and one should see the mandatory wearing of the veil as belonging to a macho, misogynic society built on the separation of the sexes and a hierarchy between genders."

She also says that our politician, by promoting the Anglo-Saxon multicultural approach, are abdicating our fundamental values.

A veiled woman is seen as giving a moral lesson to the other women, and this peer pressure makes other women comply and wear the veil even when they don't want to.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 23, 2017 12:29 am    Post subject: Anti-refugee rallies take place in Prague Reply with quote

Anti-refugee rallies take place in Prague | Prague Post Magazine
Groups met in three different squares, some arrests reported

Several anti-immigrant rallies took place in Prague, with a large gathering near Prague Castle at Hradčanské náměstí and smaller ones at Wenceslas Square and Loretánské náměstí.

The protests were part of a Europe-wide campaign organized by the German-based Pegida (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident).

The Bloc Against Islam and the Dawn movement were the main participants at the Hradčanské náměstí event.

Tomio Okamura’s Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD) was at Wenceslas Square. The far-right National Democracy movement was at Loretánské náměstí.

Bloc Against Islam leader Martin Konvička at the Hradčanské náměstí rally was critical of “crazy policies” that allowed refugees in Europe. He called supporters of such polices collaborators.

He characterized the wave of refugees that have hit Europe as an invasion of hundreds of thousands of young men who posed a threat to civilization.

During his speech, mentions of German chancellor Angela Merkel drew derisive cheers from the crowd. Merkel has led a pro-refugee policy in Germany.

Dawn chairman Miroslav Lidinský criticized the government of Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka (Social Democrats, ČSSD) for collaborating with Merkel. He urged for Czechs to ignore Brussels and protect Czech borders.

Signs carried by protestors were critical of Islam and multiculturalism, and also called for new parliamentary elections.

Some 13 people were detained in the Castle area, according to police, including a woman who had an axe and a 21-year-old man who fired a blank round in the air from a pistol at the far-right National Democracy rally at Loretánské náměstí. The man who fired the gun may face criminal charges.

The Wenceslas Square demonstration took place without incident, and the crowd was addressed by SPD leader Okamura as well as Ivan Vyskočil, rock singer Aleš Brichta and songwriter Pepa Nos.

“We must enforce zero tolerance of the promotion and spread of the radical ideology of Islam,” Okamura told the crowd. He also mentioned that Merkel would visit Prague soon, and called for protests.

Brichta and Nos both led the crowd in songs. Czech Senator Jan Veleba (unaffiliated) was among the politicians to address the crowd.
Other rallies against refugees took place in cities in 14 countries including Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, France, Denmark, Slovakia, Switzerland, Poland, Austria, Bulgaria and Estonia.

There were also some gatherings in Prague by groups in favor of refugees, which had smaller turnouts. Police attempted to block them from areas where anti-refugee protesters had gathered to avoid potential conflicts.

A brief incident with bottles being thrown occurred in Thunovská Street in Malá Strana when pro- and anti-refugee groups came into close proximity. There were no injuries or arrests.
Another confrontation occurred at Manes Bridge, where police again had to keep sides separated.

The US Embassy in Prague had issued a warning ahead of the events urging people to exercise caution in several areas of Prague during the times of the rallies.

A rally against Islam with about 500 people took place in Brno as well.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 05, 2017 1:22 am    Post subject: Theresa May arrives in Saudi Arabia without a headscarf Reply with quote

Theresa May arrives in Saudi Arabia without a headscarf to advocate for women
Yahoo News Video•April 4, 2017

In an effort to reject Saudi Arabia’s dress code for women, British Prime Minister Theresa May refused to wear a headscarf during her visit to the kingdom today to meet with the crown prince and other dignitaries. By doing so, she hopes to prove that women can hold “significant positions.”

View video: https://www.yahoo.com/news/theresa-may-arrives-saudi-arabia-154512838.html
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