ICNA disagrees with Trudeau, Marines attacked in the USA, 3 people arrested for T shirt and more: Links 2 on Feb. 26 – 2016

1. ICNA Canada refutes Trudeau: “Islam is totally incompatible with western democracy”

Located at 391 Burnhamthorpe Rd., East, Oakville, Ontario, ICNA Canada emphasizes that “the propagation of true and universal message of Islam is only possible in Canada when whole Canadian Muslim Community transformed into a Dawah community by practicing and propagating the true Islamic Way of Life. With the vision of building an exemplary Canadian Muslim community it is very important to spread the word of Islam…”

Dr. Iqbal Massod Al-Nadvi is the Amir (President) of Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Canada and is also serving as Chairperson of Canadian Council of Imams. he also served as Director of Al-Falah Islamic School in Oakville, Ontario from 2004 to 2011, prior to which he served as Imam of Muslim Association of Calgary Islamic Center from 1998-2004 and as a member of the University of Calgary chaplaincy team.

Zunera Ishaq, the woman that stood at the centre of the “niqab debate” in the Canadian election campaign, works/ed for the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA).

On its official website ICNA Canada shares with its members, followers and supporters the book “Riyad us Saliheen” (“The Gardens of the Righteous” ???? ????????) compiled by Imam Zakaruya Yahya Bin Sharaf An-Nawawi, a Sunni Shafi’ite jurist and hadith scholar who lived in 13th century.

The Gardens of the Righteous (Arabic: Riyadh as-Salihin), is a compilation of verses from the Qur’an and hadith by Al-Nawawi. It contains a total of 1905 hadith divided across 372 chapters, many of which are introduced by verses of the Quran.

(Please click over and read Jonathan’s full analysis on this important issue, and expose of the now-so-common deception)

2. Two US Marines attacked and left for dead in the USA

(One can be anything. Two starts to look like a movement. Video at source link)


3. Gavin McInnes of Rebel.media exposes the intellectual slight of hand of the anniversary edition of Charlie Hebdo on the mass murder of its staff by muslims in the name of allah. But you wouldn’t know that from the paper itself.

4. Andrew Bostom tweeted out an interesting page from General Pershing’s memoirs about islam in the Philippines today.






5. 30-strong group harasses young girls in north Germany

A trio of teenage girls in northern Germany were sexually harassed by a large group of men in northern Germany on Thursday, echoing the events of New Year’s Eve in Cologne.

The incident took place between 5.30 pm and 7.30 pm on Thursday evening in Kiel, the capital of Germany’s northernmost state, Schleswig-Holstein.

As the teenagers aged between 15 and 17 went for dinner together, they were followed by two young men, both from Afghanistan, police report.

The two men then started filming the girls with their phones as they sat in a restaurant near the harbour.

According to statements the girls gave police, the men then appeared to send the video or pictures to other people.

Within a few minutes a group of up to 30 men had arrived at outside the restaurant.

Two of the girls ran from the restaurant at this point and managed to shake off a group of around ten men who followed them.

But when they returned to look for their friend, two men sat next to them and began again to harass them.


The perpetrators are believed to have mainly been of migrant background.

6. Afghan woman kill Taliban commander over privacy breach in Baghlan

An Afghan woman has killed a Taliban commander over home privacy breach in northern Baghlan province of Afghanistan, security officials said Friday.

Provincial police spokesman, Jawed Basharat, said the incident took place in Khwajah Bahauddin district of Baghlan province late on Thursday night.

Meanwhile, provincial police chief, Gen. Ewaz Mohammad Nazeri, said the Taliban commander was killed after he entered into the house of the woman, an act that is considered a serious breach of privacy by the Afghans.

(Wow it sounds like Afghanistan has a version of the American ‘Castle’ law that allows the use of lethal force on home invaders. I wonder what the multicultyists, Sunshiners they call them in Europe, would say about that)

7. Father ‘Furious’ After His Son Was Reported to the Police For Looking At the UKIP Website

A schoolboy has been hauled out of class and interviewed by police after he accessed the UK Independence Party’s (UKIP’s) website on school premises, which teachers deemed to be “politically incorrect.” His father has reacted furiously, warning “they’re like the thought police”.

On Wednesday morning, 15 year old Joe Taylor was shocked to be removed from class at Wildern School in Hedge End, Southampton, to be quizzed by a Hampshire Police officer over his use of school computers to access the UKIP website.

According to his father, Mick Taylor, a UKIP supporter himself, the youngster was accused of being a “political activist for UKIP” which they said made him susceptible to being groomed by the English Defence League (EDL).

8. Denmark: Supporters of Lars Hedigaard, arrested for wearing T shirt with the name of his attempted assassin

(This really does give a whole new meaning to the term, “Fashion Police”)

9. Gavin McInnes on Justice Scalia

(Frankly I put this up because of the analysis on gay marriage)

10. Saudi Arabia just escalated its fight against Hezbollah

(Anyone got a problem with that? Wait what? Oh! I have a Guinness in the fridge!)

DUBAI (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia said on Friday it had blacklisted four companies and three Lebanese men for having links to Lebanese Shi’ite Muslim militant group Hezbollah, a close ally of Riyadh’s arch regional adversary Iran.

“The kingdom will continue its fight against the terrorist activities of the so-called Hezbollah with all available means,” the Saudi Interior Ministry said in a statement carried by the state news agency SPA.

The Sunni Muslim kingdom last week suspended aid worth $3 billion to the Lebanese army over the Beirut government’s failure to sign up to statements condemning attacks on Saudi diplomatic missions in Iran.

(“Arch regional adversary” sounds less comic book than “arch enemy” I guess)

Thank you Richard, M., Wrath of Khan, Buck, Maria J., and many more who sent in materials. There is more coming. Some of this material took quite a bit of time, so its more a quality day than quantity. But check back later.

About Eeyore

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10 Replies to “ICNA disagrees with Trudeau, Marines attacked in the USA, 3 people arrested for T shirt and more: Links 2 on Feb. 26 – 2016”

  1. First of all: TANJA YOU ARE A BRAVE ONE ! Why do DANISH “authorities” want the magnificent Lars Heedegard DEAD ? Why are they protecting his would-be assassin ? Do they want to give him a second chance to murder Lars Heedegard?
    And, by the way, the protected vermin is probably in Merkel’s Germany by now. (130,000 of the Merkel Muslims have disappeared….. some of them to Denmark I wonder? And 130,000, coming from Merkel’s Government Information is probably a widely underestimated number ! )
    source: https://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/germany-130000-merkel-muslims-disappear-from-records-raising-risks-of-crime-and-terrorism/?

    • 130,000 missing!! That isn’t a risk of terrorism that is 2 Army Corps, and war time Corps not peacetime. In peacetime a US Army corps is usually 40 to 50 thousand troops, in war time they can go as high as 75,000 to 100,000 troops. These are significant numbers if the missing are trained and disciplined forces that have pre-positioned weapons, granted the weapons would be mainly small arms but by raiding Army bases they can lay their hands on tanks and artillery pieces and ammo for their new big guns.

      This has to be keeping the European intelligence and military up late and then getting up early.

      I suggest that anyone reading this that is in Germany or going to Germany (for that matter any European nation) keep a bug out bag with you and be ready to run like hell.

  2. 2 – Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence and three times is enemy action. That is a good policy to follow but not blindly, given the number of attacks on the police since the LSM lied about Ferguson it would be foolish not to see the connections between these two attacks. The left through the Black Lives Matter movement and the New Black Panthers are waging a race war against the Whites in the US. As events continue to deteriorate in Europe the attacks in the US will become more open and violent.

  3. 9 – This is a very good analysis of what is going on just as the analysis of the Charlie Hebdo edition was excellent and very much to the point. I personally am sick of the Atheists trying to tell me that all religions are committing the crimes the Moslems are committing. One of the major weapons that the West has always had that protected them from Islam was Chrsitianity and now the left and the atheists are trying to destroy that shield at the time when it is sorely needed.

  4. Conflict in Norway appears likely following the formation of a group by Islamists called Jundullaah, or Soldiers of Allah, in response to patrols by the Soldiers of Odin.
    And to please Eeyore, here is the original link: http://www.thelocal.no/20160226/soldiers-of-allah-pop-up-in-norway-to-counter-soldiers-of-odin
    I noticed every article on Inforwars has links towards original sites, so they are not making stuff up. They are also ‘islamophobes’ like Vlad Tepes, except they are not focused on islam alone and talk about the bigger picture which explains why this is happening, which goes further then islam.

  5. #4 Dr. Andy Bostom provides a window into a valuable source on Pershing’s handling of Muslim insurrection by “juramentados” …here’s more from the source he provided which gives a little more background:

    “Page 35
    Much like the tribes the U.S. Army is fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq today, the Moros were ruled by tribal chiefs, call dattos, who led groups of several hundred persons, and respected no central authority. Upon his arrival in Mindanao, Pershing quickly realized that his effectiveness rested on his ability to understand the people with whom he was dealing. He began studying the Moro language and culture – one of the few Americans who bothered doing so. He recorded his findings:
    The Moro is of a peculiar make-up as to character, though the reason is plain when considered, first that he is a savage; second that he is a Malay; and third, that he is a Mohammedan. The almost infinite combination of superstitions, prejudices and suspicions blended into his character make him a difficult person to handle until finally understood. In order to control him other than by brute force, one must first win his implicit confidence, nor is this as difficult as it would seem; but once accomplished one can accordingly by patient and continuous effort, largely guide and direct his thoughts and actions. He is jealous of his religion, but he knows very little of its teachings. The observance of a few rites and rituals is about all that is required to satisfy him that he is a good Mohammedan. 1
    That was not lost on Pershing was the fact that the Moros were a dangerous force and that one day the entire region would require pacification.
    The most disturbing aspect of dealing with the Moros was the tendency of their young men to become juramentados, or oath-takers. Unfortunately for American soldiers and most other Filipinos,
    Page 36
    The oath was to kill as many infidels as possible in order to be guaranteed a place in paradise, when eventually the juramentado was inevitably killed himself. These fanatics would walk down a road full of civilians and the, without warning, draw a large blade and start hacking at any Christian within reach. To the chagrin of many soldiers in the vicinity of one of these attacks, the juarmentados were either drugged or in such states of ecstasy that army-issue .38 revolvers made no impression on them. Pershing’s autobiography relates the story of one officer who emptied his revolver into a charging juramentado but was still hacked to pieces. The army’s . 45 pistol, whose round struck like a sledgehammer, was specifically designed to stop charging juramentados.

    Bottom of Page 64
    Slowly, and with infinite patience, Pershing brought peace, stability, and prosperity to the province. Unfortunately, two major

    Page 65
    problems persisted. The first was the Filipino local government’s constant attempts to extend their authority into Moro-dominated areas. Pershing knew that the mere attempt of Filipinos to rule over the Moros would jeopardize all of his achievements. The Moros viewed the Filipino’s repeated demands for independence from the United States as veiled attempts to get the Americans out of the way and allow Filipino extermination of them.
    This point was brought home to Pershing during one of his larger tribal meetings, at which the governor General Forbes was in attendance, when an old Moro sultan stood to speak after listening to Filipino speeches calling for independence: “We want American rule and ask the government not be turned over to the Filipinos. I am an old man and hoped to see no more fighting, but if the Americans leave we will not submit to the Filipinos, but I will lead my people again into battle.” While Pershing was in command, he resisted all attempts by the Filipinos to extend their influence to the province. Given the current state of affairs between Mindanao (where there is an ongoing Islamic insurgency) and the Filipino central government today, one might wonder if both sides would have been better served if Pershing had worked harder to develop a political compromise between the two parties.
    The other major problem was bandits and other outlaws, a category in which Pershing also lumped the juramendtado terrorists. To combat the outlaws, Pershing dispatched flying columns on a regular basis to pursue and exterminate bandit groups. This program had some success and the troops boasted a considerable bandit body count from year to year. However, as soon as one bandit group was dealt final justice, another would emerge to replace it. As Pershing later wrote: “It was the Moro outlaws who kept the province in a constant state of turmoil and there was hardly a day after my arrival that a report did not come in of some outrage somewhere in the province.”
    However it was the juramentados, as distinct from the bandits, that caused his biggest consternation. While the bandits normally
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    Confined their activities to rural areas, the juramentados would often strike in the centers of large towns, which Pershing viewed as a direct assault on civilization itself. Pershing advocated the adoption of any measure that might stem this relatively constant stream of terrorist enlistees. One tactic which did prove somewhat effective has become a hot topic of internet rumor and debate since 9/11. Did Pershing advocate burying dead juramentados in pigskins or with pigs? Until now the historical verdict was that this is a vicious rumor, and while it may have happened on occasion, Pershing neither knew about it nor, given his humane outlook, would he have condoned such action? That verdict is wrong, as Pershing’s own unpublished autobiography states:
    Thes juramentado attacks were materially reduced in number by a practice the army had already adopted, one that the Mohammedans held in abhorrence. The bodies were publicly buried in the same grave with a dead pig. It was not pleasant to have to take such measure but the prospect of going to hell instead of heaven sometimes deterred the would-be assassins.
    In the early spring of 1911 continued outlaw activities and juramentado outbreaks were pushing Pershing toward radical action. He related the incident that pushed him over the edge:
    A particularly cruel case was that of the killing of Lieutenant W. H. Rodney, of the Second Cavalry, one Sunday afternoon in Jolo, close to the barracks. The Lieutenant was out walking with his little daughter, about five years old, when a Noro who passed him on the road suddenly drew his barong, turned and killed him with several quick and vicious slashes from behind….He was after Americans and going about his purpose he calmly proceeded towards the barracks. But the commanding officer had seen
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    The attack and called out the guard, who shot the man dead in his tracks.
    To put an end to this and other attacks, Pershing decided to disarm the entire Moro population. He realized that is was not something the Moros would easily accept, as their hand-crafted weapons were handed down generation to generation and revered as sacred items. From Pershing’s viewpoint, however, disarming the Moros and pagan tribes was the only way to guarantee peaceful civilian rule. While many American officials, including General Wood, thought it an impossible and absurd task, Pershing received Forbe’s full support.

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