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Sweden: Police Attacked By 50 ‘Youths’ In Muslim-Dominated Area

04/09/2014 1 comment

For peaceful purposes …

Qur’an Sura 18:26, “[Allah] maketh none to share in his government.”

By Nicolai Sennels, Jihad Watch – “Extremist imams, patrolling Muslim father groups and homemade sharia courts can operate safely in Europe’s Muslim-dominated areas, while non-Islamic authorities are regularly attacked. I am glad to see that the Swedish police won this one, though I fear that they will not be able to control the streets in just a few years. Via 10news.dk, translated from Avpixlat by Nicolai Sennels:

On Sunday evening in Skäggetorp a riot broke out involving some 50 youths attacking the police with stones and fireworks.

It all began with an assault at 18 pm, when a man was ambushed by several masked attackers.

A police officer was injured when he was hit on the leg by a stone. Another police officer went to the hospital with a hand injury. Besides throwing stones and firecrackers, the “youth” built road blocks with road signs.

At midnight, the police managed to encircle about 30 youths from the mob, and got them down on the ground and then arrested them. 50 of people who attended the attack have been identified, most of whom were born in the 90s and are affiliated with gangs.

Source – Jihad Watch.

Flashback: För Sverige …

Categories: Radical Islam

UN: When Palestinian Men Beat Their Wives, It’s Israel’s Fault

04/09/2014 8 comments

Those useless United Nitwits are at it again. According to the teachings of Islam, when the “prophet” himself wasn’t ignoring the abuse of women he was openly endorsing it and even blaming women themselves for their maltreatment. According to the UN, however, the abuse of women is Israel’s fault when it happens in “Palestine.” But let’s think about this for a moment. Drawing such an ill-conceived conclusion out to its logical end only winds up placing the blame not upon the violent proclivities of Muslim men all over the world, but upon everybody else they deem as “oppressive” to their Islamic way of life. And when there is no impetus to accept responsibility for one’s action, why change? …

Qur’an Sura 38:44, “And take in your hand a green branch and beat her with it, and do not break your oath …”

Hadith, Abu Dawud 2142, “The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: A man will not be asked as to why he beat his wife.”

Qur’an Sura 4:34a, “Men have authority over women because [Allah] has made the one superior to the other… Good women are obedient… As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and send them to beds apart and beat them…”

UN Watch – “In her recent report to the U.N. Human Rights Council, High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay revives the bizarre charge, made by one of her colleagues in 2005, that when Palestinian men beat their wives, it’s Israel’s fault:

Violence against women

Women in the Occupied Palestinian Territory face multiple layers of violence and discrimination. The analysis made by the Special Rapporteur on violence against women in 2005 remains valid. She found that the combination of decades of Israeli occupation, the use of force against Palestinians by Israel, the different forms of resistance used by Palestinians against such use of force and the patriarchy prevailing in Palestinian society expose women to a continuum of violence in all spheres of life.

The 2005 analysis invoked by Pillay was published in a report by Yakin Ertürk, then the UN Special Rapporteur on violence against women.

Why do Palestinian men beat their wives? The report tells us:

Women with husbands explained that the dire economic situation and the pressures of the occupation have made men more violent because they have lost their ability to provide and protect — two essential elements of manhood in a traditional patriarchal society. As men become stripped of their manhood, women become the shock absorbers of the crises as targets of domestic violence.

In other words: it’s Israel’s fault.

This dangerous theme of moral displacement pervades the report:

Security measures are directed at the entire Palestinian population; in this regard, women are subjected to violence emanating from these measures in similar ways to other members of the society. However, owing to the diverse ways in which occupation and patriarchy intersect, the direct and indirect impact of security measures tends to have specific and compounded consequences for women. In order to demonstrate this, I focus on four measures employed by the Israeli authorities…

By Navi Pillay regurgitating Erturk’s 2005 canard, the UN is once again telling Palestinian men that they have no moral agency, and bear little or no responsibility for their inhumane actions against women.

What the UN is doing, once again, is to displace moral responsibility and prime agency. Palestinian men are not primarily to blame for their violence against women, says the UN. Israel is.” Source – UN Watch.

Flashback: Arab Lecturer Admission On Palestinian TV: Part Of Our Identity Is To ‘Attack’, ‘Beat’ And ‘Kill Women’ – “Part of our identity is to kill women, for example, to kill women, to beat women … Part of our identity is to attack women — we must acknowledge it. Every society has its defects and its charms. Palestinian identity has its charms, but there are things that we have adopted from Arab culture for centuries that harm the individual and the woman. For example, in recent months, look how many women were killed in Lod, in Ramle, and in Acre, and so on. That’s part of our identity.” Watch video.

Australia: Teen Girls Gang Raped, Media Leaves Out Revealing Details Concerning Identity Of Their Rapists

04/09/2014 5 comments

Their defense will likely be “cultural differences.” And I wouldn’t be surprised if the presiding judge agrees that it’s a valid excuse. Again. Besides, according to this Muslim cleric in Sydney, all girls who are raped have nobody to blame but themselves …

Hadith, Bukhari 5096, “[Muhammad said] The worst sin and distraction from virtue that I have left for man is woman”

By Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun – “Yet again, the Sydney Morning Herald (using AAP copy) would rather alleged rapists escape identification than tell us their ethnic identity:

What it reported:

Two 16-year-old girls have been sexually assaulted in a park in Sydney’s west…

One man is described as being about 19-21 years old, about 178cm tall, with a dark complexion, a thin build and dark hair.

A second is about 175cm tall, with a thin build and black hair.

The third male is described as being between 17-19 years old, with a medium build and about 175cm tall.

What NSW police actually said:

The first male is described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, about 19-21 years old, with a dark complexion, about 178cm tall, with a thin build and dark hair.

The second male is also described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, about 175cm tall, with a thin build and black hair.

The third male is described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, aged between 17-19 years old, with a medium build and about 175cm tall.

UPDATE

The ethnic descriptor has also been left off this news.com.au report.

UPDATE

The original AAP copy contained the Middle Eastern reference. This may not be the first time a Fairfax sub-editor has removed an ethnic descriptor.

The rewritten copy at the link now restores the reference.” Source – Herald Sun.

Revelation 9:21, “And they did not repent of their murders … or their sexual immorality …”

Flashback: The Land Down Under Going Under

Categories: Radical Islam

And Hell Followed: Syria Is What Happens When Islam Wins

04/09/2014 3 comments

Revelation 6:2-8, “And I saw, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering … And there went out another horse that was red: and power was given to him that sat thereon to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another … and lo a black horse; and he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand… And I looked, and behold a [χλωρός – “green] horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts [θηρίον – “savage, brutal, bestial men”] of the earth…”

“It’s not surprising that the Middle East is constantly at war. It’s only a wonder that the fighting ever stops.” What is happening in the Middle East today is but an epitomized recapitulation of Islamic history itself

By Daniel Greenfield, FrontPage Mag – “Saudi Arabia and Qatar aren’t talking to each other. Syria and Turkey are shooting at each other. Not only are the Shiites and Sunnis killing each other in Syria, but the Sunni groups have been killing each other for some time now. There are even two or three Al Qaedas fighting each other over which of them is the real Al Qaeda.

There’s something about Syria that splits down everything and everyone. Even Hamas had to split between its political and military wings when choosing between Iran’s weapons and Qatar’s money. Doing the logical thing, the military wing took the weapons and the political wing took the money so that the military wing of Hamas supported Assad and its political wing supported the Sunni opposition.

It’s not however money and weapons that splits Muslims over Syria. Money and weapons are only the symbols. What they represent is Islam. And what Islam represents is the intersection between identity and power.

A modern state derives its power from its identity. The Japanese and the Russians were willing to die in large numbers for their homeland during WW2. Both countries had undergone rapid de-feudalization turning peasants into citizens. Japan and Russia however had historic identities to draw on. The rapid de-feudalization in the Arab world had messier results because countries such as Jordan and Syria were Frankenstein’s monsters made out of bits and pieces of assembled parts of history stuck together with crazy glue.

The Middle East is full of flags, but most are minor variations on the same red, green, black and white theme. The difference between the Palestinian flag and the Jordanian flag is a tiny asterisk on the chevron representing the unity of the Arab peoples. The Iraqi flag was originally the same as the Jordanian and Palestinian flags. So are most of the flags in the region which are based on the Arab Revolt flag which was in turn based on the colors of the Caliphates.

Every time you see the Al Qaeda ‘black flag’ of Jihad, it’s already represented in the black stripes on the flags of every Arab nation. What Al Qaeda has done is Read more…

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