No go zones, antisemitic attacks and islam’s wonderful diversity world-wide: Links 2 on Jan. 23 – 2015

1. Tunisia Announces New Minority Government Without Islamists

Tunisia’s nationalist Nida Tunis party has formed a minority government that excludes most of the major players on the political scene, including Islamist and leftist parties.

The move was contrary to expectations the party would form a broad governing coalition to see the country out of its economic crisis.

(One must concede that running a democracy is difficult when people who’s central dogma is the destruction of both democracy and individual worth and liberty is sharing power in a democratic government)

2. Another Boko Haram Attack Repelled By Armed Women

(Just think how many we could repel if they allowed us all to defend ourselves. Hell we probably wouldn’t have to at all!)

Several Nigerian media outlets have been reporting on local women in the villages of Attagara and Kawuri in Borno State who recently disarmed nearly a dozen Boko Haram terrorists. The notorious pseudo-Islamic terror groups tried to attack the Attagara and Kawuri communities over the weekend but the insurgents were instantly repelled by a group of armed women.

The Attagara and Kawuri villages in Gwoza and Bama Local Government Areas of Borno State resisted the attack using an array of local talismans and, of course, their assault weapons came in handy as well.

3. J’Accuse: York University Newspaper Compares Orthodox Jews with Charlie Hebdo Terrorists

(Yes its only a college paper but it goes a long way to show the mentality on modern Canadian college campuses today)

Abdul Malik, the Excalibur’s feature editor, begins his op-ed by citing an example of religious fanaticism. An appropriate example of religion manifested as intolerance would have been the thousands of Yazidi women being raped and killed by ISIS or the decimation of Christian communities in Iraq and Syria, but it seems that because none of these events are connected to the Jews, they aren’t important.

Instead, Malik crafts his response to the Paris terror attacks by condemning the “ultra-Orthodox Jewish men who refuse to sit next to women on airplanes as per their beliefs…”.  Never mind that Judaism does not forbid men from sitting next to women on airplanes whereas Islam certainly does condone the murder of those who blaspheme their prophet. According to the Excalibur, refusing a seat on an airplane is analogous to murdering journalists in the name of Allah.

A few sentences later, Malik makes the connection explicit: after describing the gunmen” (not terrorists) who murdered the 12 Charlie Hebdo journalists, he links together the actions of the Orthodox Jewish men and the Paris terrorists in a paragraph that decries the “defence[s] long held by those on the fringes of every faith”.  This moral equivalency is heinous but it’s not a surprising statement from an editor who, in his entire op-ed about the Parris terror attacks, does not mention once that it was not only twelve cartoonists who were murdered but also four Jewish men at a kosher grocery store.

4. Jewish teen maced near Paris in anti-Semitic attack

The (3) attackers, who appeared to be of North African descent, identified the boy as Jewish because he wore a kipah and tzitzit, according to the BNVCA report, which was based on the testimony of an eyewitness.

One of the assailants sprayed the boy’s eye with mace, or possibly pepper spray, before fleeing with the other two.

5. No go zones in the UK? Douglas Murray

6. Danish ‘neo-Nazi’ gets 2 year sentence in Austria for criticizing Islam on Facebook

…In his defense, the Dane said that it was “an absurd accusation and a violation of [my] human rights.” He pointed out that he had written most of the postings in his own language, saying “If I had wanted to speak to an Austrian audience, I would have written it in Turkish. Of course, in the past I would have used German.”

7. Woman calls herself a ‘servant of Allah,’ faces sentencing for ISIS plan

Golden, Colorado (CNN)A Colorado resident who pleaded guilty to wanting to join ISIS jihad has adopted a new Muslim first name and prepared a new hairstyle for her sentencing Friday.

Shannon Maureen Conley, 19, now prefers to go by Amatullah, she told CNN during a visit to her jailhouse the day before her sentencing.

Thank you Tundra T. M., Richard, Wrath of Khan, CB Sashenka, Buck, Don L., and all. Still more of interest to come.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

22 Replies to “No go zones, antisemitic attacks and islam’s wonderful diversity world-wide: Links 2 on Jan. 23 – 2015”

  1. #1
    The Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini was one of the all-time leading experts in the study of Islam, and he said, “There is no fun in Islam.”. He then went on to explain that “fun” is what happens in the afterlife if you are fortunate enough to go to Paradise, but that Islam is entirely about doing as you are told and obeying the will of Allah, not about making you happy – it’s about making Allah happy. Got that, folks? Islam is not intended to be enjoyable or to improve your life, it is only about shutting your mouth and doing what you’re told. Apparently some Tunisians, as with their Egyptian brothers and sisters, don’t want to live in a horrible, no-fun world.

    Why do you think they have to impose the death penalty on people who want to leave the religion? As with Communism, the fact that they want to kill you if you dare to leave is all the proof required that Islam is a most undesirable thing that nobody in their right mind would want anything to do with.

    • I agree, no one in his right mind should want anything to do with Islam, and no doubt fear of leaving Islam helps keep the whole system running, but too many Muslims have too much of what they think of as fun to say that Islam puts an end to all conception or exercise of it. Even in Saudi Arabia they have fun. They cover their cars with rocks or drive them on two wheels, for example. They go out in the desert and kill lizards. They torture dogs. Those Western or Westernized Muslim complaining of a lack of fun in Islamic State just haven’t adapted to new ideas of fun.

      In less severe Muslim countries, Muslims have plenty of less severe sorts of fun. Everything is centered around their large families, there are always lots of children about, and Muslim or not, children are fun. Everybody has a baby to dandle. Both men and women like to go to the mall and buy things. Ramadan is a whole month of pigging out and falling into bed in a satiated stupor. Not having sex during the day sharpens the appetite for the rest of the year. Fun, fun, fun till history takes the T-bird away.

    • Was that a German officer in the Warsaw Ghetto executing a Jewish woman for having the wrong papers? Is “Takfir” arabic for “seig heil”?

      • No…its Arabic for our incredible stupidity and cowardice in letting these animals continue to waste our oxygen.

        Regards, Don Laird
        Dogtown Bastard
        Alberta, Canada

  2. SAUDI ARABIA – Ban on adopting Syrian, Iraqi orphans

    The Ministry of Social Affairs has prohibited Saudi families from adopting children of foreign or Arab nationalities and said the ministry is only concerned with taking care of Saudi orphans. According to Al-Hayat newspaper on Thursday, the ministry said the children who lose their parents in areas of conflicts such as Iraq and Syria are the concern of the international humanitarian organizations. Latifa Al-Tamimi, director of the women social supervision office in the Eastern Province, said the ministry is also looking after children of Saudi fathers with foreign wives abandoned abroad.

  3. /2
    According to Muslim scholars, any jihadi who is killed by a woman misses out on his 72 virgins and goes to Hell for all eternity.
    Apparently Allah doesn’t like wusses who get their arses kicked by girls.
    No wonder these terrified Boko Haram bumpkins were repelled.

  4. Violent extremism is not Islamic, John Kerry tells leaders in Davos

    In a speech calling for a global effort against violent extremism, Kerry said it would be a mistake to link Islam to criminal conduct rooted in alienation, poverty, thrill-seeking and other factors.

    “We have to keep our heads,” Kerry said. b>”The biggest error we could make would be to blame Muslims for crimes…that their faith utterly rejects,” he added.

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