Today CNN reported on a continuing trend in Pakistan, the murder and abandoning of female newborn babies in the streets. In their disturbing report, South Pakistan city Karachi's garbage dumps were shown to be the burial grounds for infants killed or left to die, often times being consumed by animals, according to CNN.
Zabibah-Master meets master of clueless Middle East reportage He’s baaack—this time from a trip to Egypt, where itinerant reporter Michael Totten, in his own inimitably vacuous assessment, was "hanging with the Muslim Brotherhood.”
Appearing on Fox News last Sunday, presidential candidate Herman Cain addressed a controversy in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in which local residents are attempting to block the construction of a mosque. Cain, the first presidential candidate to visit Murfreesboro in many years, declared himself opposed to the mosque construction.
Kathy Shaidle and Ezra Levant
A new religious center is being built here in Laredo, finally giving people of the Muslim faith their own place to worship. Previously the Islamic group here in Laredo had been renting a location but soon construction will begin on their own mosque. The space will be close to 2,000 sq. feet and will be able to accommodate the school they are currently running. (...)
Allen West Blasts Planned Sale Of M1A1 Abrams Tanks To Egypt Because Of Muslim Brotherhood’s Inclusion In Elections
Yunis al astal, a cleric and religious expert believes that his god WANTS the Jews of the world to congregate in Israel so that muslims can kill them all. Whenever you hear a muslim say "we don't hate the Jews, we just hate the Zionists", refer them to this boiling sack of shit.
American Thinker 19 July 2011
By Andrew G. Bostom
Last week Former European Union Commissioner Frits Bolkenstein, in his just-released book on Dutch Judaism, claimed that "recognizable" Jews (those who wear kippahs or payot) were unsafe in the Netherlands due to Moroccan Muslim immigrant Jew-hatred. Bolkenstein added his "recommendation" that these "recognizable" Jews emigrate to the US or Israel, reportedly stating,
HonestReporting 19 July 2011
By Simon Plosker
An important press conference took place in Jerusalem last week, with the release of a poll of Palestinian attitudes commissioned by The Israel Project. The findings presented a very mixed bag, some positive and others extremely disturbing.
Gates of Vienna 19 July 2011
We’ve written a lot over the years about the "asylum-seeker” racket, which is particularly popular in Norway, Sweden, and Finland. Nordic societies are traditionally built on a high level of trust and honesty, and these characteristics are routinely abused and exploited by culture-enrichers who migrate northwards to scam the system.
The Q Society of Australia 19 July 2011
The Q Society of Australia is both vessel and umbrella for a group of dedicated individuals, either formal members or supporters. The Society is incorporated as not-for-profit association in Victoria, but members and supporters hail from all over the Australian Nation. While we come from many ethnic backgrounds and follow different religions, we are first and foremost unhyphenated Australians. Australians, who believe in the equality of men and women, a fair go for everyone and a civil and democratic society based on classical European foundations.
Our members insist the bedrock of this society must remain Judaeo-Christian in ethics and values on which our mainly Western European forefathers have built the Australian Nation. We acknowledge the indigenous people of this continent and surrounding islands and appreciate their long relationship with this land. A unique island continent we now all share as Australians under one law and one flag. We equally acknowledge and appreciate the valuable contribution from those who came from non-European countries to respect, embrace and share Australian values.
The Sydney Morning Herald 19 July 2011
By Glenda Kwek
Meaning and applications
Sharia means "the clear, well-trodden path to water" in Arabic. While it is the religious law of Islam, there are only a handful of countries - such as Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Iran - where all aspects of sharia, including "hudud" punishments such as the cutting of hands and stoning people to death, for criminal offences, are applied.