On the other hand, countries like Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic reject diversity (aka Muslim migration) and as a result have some of the lowest crime and rape rates in Europe. Bare Naked Islam read more
SHAME ON INDIA! Government throws Hindu spokesperson under the bus for stating facts about the Prophet Muhammad that Muslims find offensive
India’s ruling party, BJP, has suspended Nupur Sharma, who has been receiving death threats from outraged, overly sensitive Muslims for simply stating a fact: ‘The Prophet Muhammad married a 6-year-old child when he was 54.’ Sharma has been at the receiving end of the virulent hatred and death threats from Muslim extremists and ‘far-left-secular’ journalists for expressing her views on the ‘paedophile’ behavior of the Prophet Muhammad.
OpIndia (h/t LH) On June 5, Bharatiya Janata Party suspended National Spokesperson Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar Jindal from the party’s primary membership. The development came after a recent press release issued by the party. The party respects all religions and is against any ideology that insults or demeans any sect or religion.
In its suspension letter, the BJP told Sharma that she has expressed views contrary to the party’s on various matters which violate the party’s constitution. Bare Naked Islam read more
The more you try to appease violent Muslims, the more violence and threats of violence you get from them
Take the recent uproar by Muslims in India over a few alleged ‘insulting’ remarks about Prophet Muhammad made by two BJP ruling party officials. Despite apologies from India’s leaders and suspension of the so-called “blasphemous” officials, Al-Qaeda has risen from the dust, threatening suicide bombings in major Indian cities to avenge the alleged insults (aka facts) to Mo. Bare Naked Islam read more
If just one attack on a mosque, which claimed 51 Muslim lives, is enough for the UN to establish an ‘International Day to Combat Islamophobia,’ why have countless Muslim attacks on churches, killing thousands of Christians, not been enough for the UN to establish an ‘International Day to Combat Christianophobia?’June 1, 2022 by Put another way, why is one immensely reprehensible but lone incident of a Western man killing 51 Muslims of far greater importance to the United Nations than the countless instances of Muslims killing untold numbers of Christians?
Gatestone Institute by Raymond Ibrahim The United Nations recently named March 15 as “international day to combat Islamophobia.” That date was chosen because it witnessed one of the worst terror attacks on Muslims: on March 15, 2019, an armed Australian, Brenton Tarrant, entered two mosques in New Zealand and opened fire on unarmed and helpless Muslim worshippers; 51 were killed and 40 wounded. Not only has this incident been widely condemned throughout the Wes, it has also caused the UN to single out Islam as needing special protection.
This response, however, raises a critically important question: if one non-Muslim attack on a mosque is enough for the UN to institutionalize a special day for Islam, what about the countless, often worse, Muslim attacks on non-Muslim places of worship? Why have they not elicited a similar response from the UN?
First, the phenomenon of Muslim persecution of Christians is real: it’s unwavering, constant, systematic and systemic, and it conforms to sharia-approved patterns — meaning its root source is Islam. As I wrote back in 2011 in the very first report,
Whatever the anecdote of persecution, it typically fits under a specific theme, including hatred for churches and other Christian symbols; sexual abuse of Christian women and misogyny; apostasy and blasphemy laws; theft and plunder in lieu of jizya; and over all expectations for Christians to behave like cowed dhimmis.
BIDEN REGIME “warns” Israel NOT to go ahead with the normalization of relations with Sudan, per the ‘Abraham Accords’
Or WHAT? If Biden has his way, he will try to dismantle the great success Israel has had in the normalization of relations and implementation of extensive trade and investment deals with the UAE, Bahrain, and Morocco, thanks to the Trump-brokered Abraham Accords.
Christian Student Stoned to Death and Set on Fire for Blasphemy
Deborah Emmanuel Yakubu, a Christian student at Shehu Shagari College of Education in Sokoto, Nigeria, was beaten, stoned to death, and her body set on fire by Muslims shouting “Allahu Akbar.” She was killed over a false accusation of blasphemy against Muhammad.
For the Morning Star News article quoted in this video (“Christian Student in Sokoto, Nigeria Stoned to Death”), click here: https://morningstarnews.org/2022/05/c…
Joe Biden to redeploy U.S. ground troops to Somalia, undoing Donald Trump’s effort to end ‘forever wars’
Joe Biden secretly ordered several hundred U.S. ground forces back to the hellhole that is Somalia earlier this month, the New York Times reported Monday. Biden’s order reveres the pull-out of U.S.…
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No surprise here, the reason they give is their fear of all the Muslim migrant gangs there and their well-known reputation for crime and rape of Swedish women.
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The dire cost of Biden’s weakness.
The Islamic State (ISIS) is back. Five years after Donald Trump entered the Oval Office and quickly brought about the destruction of its caliphate in Iraq and Syria, ISIS is resurgent and wealthy. Could this have anything to do with Old Joe Biden’s misrule? Of course.
To be sure, there are other factors at play as well. An Iraqi security official said Friday that “recent assessments … put the group’s reserves at between $25 million and $50 million.” That could be a conservative estimate: the Wall Street Journal reported in September 2020 that ISIS had “assets ranging into the hundreds of millions of dollars across the Middle East and Central Asia,” according to “officials and government records.”
The Iraqi official said that ISIS got its cash from “opportunistic extortion, looting and kidnap for ransom,” but those are not the only sources of the jihad terror group’s income. WSJ added that ISIS “still extorts local populations in areas it controls or has supporters; receives income from businesses it seized during its rule; and collects payments from human trafficking.” It also controls “a growing share of illicit tobacco markets in Pakistan and Afghanistan.” Nor is even that all: “donors in several Middle Eastern countries work on raising funds,” says the WSJ, in an understated reference to wealthy Muslims around the world who believe that ISIS is a worthy Islamic organization and keep it afloat financially with substantial donations.
On Friday, the group announced that it had chosen a new caliph, the brother of the former ISIS caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was killed in a U.S. raid in 2019. The new top dog is Juma Awad al-Badri, a.k.a. Abu al-Hassan al-Hashemi al-Quraishi, succeeding Abu Ibrahim al-Quraishi, who blew himself up to avoid being captured in a U.S. raid in Syria in February.
They all call themselves al-Quraishi because they claim to be members of the Quraish tribe, the Meccan tribe of Arabia to which Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, belonged. To be a Quraish is a prerequisite of being the caliph, or successor, that is, Muhammad’s successor as political, military, and spiritual leader of the Muslims, and that prerequisite is non-negotiable, leading people such as Juma Awad al-Badri to fabricate a lineage back to the Islamic prophet
Yet although they fancy themselves as seventh-century warriors, these guys are not remotely just fantasists. ISIS has been advancing all over of late. It is active in Mali, where either ISIS or al-Qaeda (both jihad groups are active in Mali) recently attacked an army base, murdering 27 soldiers and injuring 33 more. They have “seized vast swaths of the Malian countryside,” according to Reuters, and have expanded their operations into neighboring countries. In late February in Nigeria, the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) slaughtered 25 people. In Mozambique, ISIS is such a formidable presence that South Africa, Rwanda, Botswana, Lesotho, Angola, and Zambia have sent troops to combat it there. None of those countries is anything close to being a military powerhouse, but it’s still noteworthy that forces from six countries have to come together to fight a threat that most people assumed had been decisively defeated several years ago and would fade into the background.
The group has designs not just in Africa, either. Homeland Security Today reported in late February that ISIS had posted a video online urging Muslims in the United States to join “ISIS North America.” FRONTPAGE MAG read more