Tommy Robinson: After Manchester Bombing, Muslims Claim They Have Nothing To Be Sorry For Posted on May 27, 2017 by Eeyore — 6 Comments ↓ Share this:FacebookTwitter
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANNNNDDDD its the muslim apologetics filth again .
I got two things for that muslim pos here is number one .
And here is number two …………….The Two Faces of Islam: Why All Muslims Benefit from Terrorism
I see it in simpler terms. If a guy in a Nazi uniform is walking down the street he doesn’t have the right to not be associated with all the horrors committed in the name of Nazism. In fact he is advertising his association with those actions by dressing like that. It is not a genetic thing, wearing a burka for example. Its not like they cant help but wear it.
In Western countries it is a choice.
So anyone should have exactly the same right to go up to a Muslim and say:” When are you going to stop murdering unbelievers for allah” as they would to a Nazi to say, “when are you going to stop mechanized murder of Jewish people, Gypsies, homosexuals and priests?”
I agree with you, people over think the issue, often so they can ignore facing the facts and continue to live in their fantasy world.
luv the art
Just in time for Ramadamn~
Your rendering of “The Finger” is awesome. Hope you don’t mind if I adopt it. I’ll save it for otherwise ineffable responses.
It is really quite simple, believe what Tayyip Erdogan says, “There is no moderate or immoderate Islam. Islam is Islam and that’s it” and “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers…”
The REAL cause for Islamic terrorism
May 26, 2017 admin Islam
Very few media and politicians dare mention the real cause for Islamic terrorism.
By Nicolai Sennels
Every time a new jihad attack strikes innocents in the West, media and politicians get busy blaming “bad integration”, “poverty”, “marginalization”, “racism” etc.
For some reason it never occurs to them to ask if Islamic terrorism has anything to do with Islam and the increasing number of followers of this particular religion in our countries.
Are they overlooking something? Could there be a connection?
Islam and violence?
Together with a team of fellow researchers the Danish researcher Tina Magaard meticulously analyzed the texts of the 10 largest religions in the world, searching for possible connections to violence. Magaards conclusion is clear:
“Islam’s religious texts call upon its followers to commit violence and to fight to a much higher degree than any other religion. The texts in Islam are clearly distinct from those of other religions’ texts as they to a much higher degree call for violence and aggression against followers of other faiths. There are also direct incitements to terror. This has long been a taboo within research in Islam, but it is a fact we have to acknowledge,’ says Tina Magaard.
During their research Magaard and her team found hundreds of calls to fight against followers of other faiths in the Quran.
“If it is true that many Muslims view the Quran as God’s own words that can not be rephrased or non-literal interpreted , we have a problem,” Magaard warns.
Research by the German Social Science Research Center (WZB) confirms Magaard’s worries: 75 percent of Muslims in Europe think that the Quran must be taken literally.
Could the increasing amount of mosques and imams preaching these texts have anything to do with the likewise increase in Islamic terrorism?
Are Muslims really more violent?
So how does reading the Quran and practicing Islam influence people?
An enormous study involving in-depth interviews with 45,000 respondents led by former German minister of Justice, Christian Pfeiffer, casts light on this subject. The many interviews showed that Islam is distinguished by being the only religion that makes people more prone to violence, the more religious one becomes.
“Even when other social factors were taken into account, there remained a significant correlation between religiosity and readiness to use violence,” Pfeiffer stated, adding that he felt dismayed by the research results, as they support critics of Muslim immigration such as Thilo Sarrazin and others.
Could the growing number of Islamic schools have anything to do with the fact, that Europe’s Muslim youth is being increasingly radicalized?
Maybe: 80 percent of young Turks in Holland see “nothing wrong” in waging Jihad against non-Muslims. 27 percent of all young French and 14 percent of all young British under 25 sympathize with the genocidal terror organisation Islamic State. This includes most probably the vast majority of young Muslims in these two countries.
Instead of undocumented speculations and theoretical discussions about the cause of Islamic terrorism, researchers from University of British Columbia and University of Waterloo decided to talk with surviving terrorists to get first-hand knowledge about what motivates them.
Talking with the terrorists it became clear, that they had not been pushed by socio-economic factors in society such as low income, lack of education, feeling of marginalization or simple boredom. Instead they found that the terrorists had been pulled by their religion and what it demands of its followers.
“Not one of the subjects suggested directly or indirectly that being marginalized socially or economically pushed them onto such an extreme path,” says the researchers behind the study, Lorne L. Dawson, Amarnath Amarasingam, and Alexandra Bain.
“Academic studies have put too much weight on those ‘push’ factors—the problems and frustrations in the lives of young men who turn to extremist Islam and, ultimately, terrorist violence. Based on what we are hearing in interviews with foreign fighters—more interviews than anyone has yet to report on—we think more attention and significance should be given to the repeated affirmations of the positive benefits of being a jihadi.”
As one terrorist said during an interview: “The zeal for jihad always struck me when I would sit in my room and read Qur’an with English translation.”
“We are motivated by our religion, by our Qur’an and Sunnah and we are not ashamed of that,” another said.
If you haven’t seen this video it NAILS it. Quinn video
Nicolai Sennels can be electrifying. I still have hope for his Pegida-Denmark.