Really. Japanese and Chinese and Hindu-Indian men need to sue the UK media for throwing a term around that really applies to Muslims. A very important distinction. There is nothing in being Japanese or Chinese that makes it OK to treat British white children as sex slaves to be drugged, beaten and abused for the pleasure and profit of these people. But a strong case can be made that there is in Islam.
In a video clip posted to YouTube on 17 June, Egyptian Shaykh Sa'id 'Abd-al-'Azim explains that "democracy is a bad, backwards, and retarded idea," which he condemns for the freedoms it contains, which includes "the freedom to disbelieve in the Creator of Heaven and Earth." He also compared those who advocate democracy to the wicked people of Sodom.
New Europe 27 June 2011
By Robert Ellis & Morten Messerschmidt
The remarkable thing about the Turkish election result is not that Prime Minister Erdo?an’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) won but the unanimity in the international press that it would not be good for Turkish democracy if they gained 330 seats or more in the Turkish parliament.
Arutz Sheva 24 June 2011
By Gil Ronen
Defenders of Islam call it a "religion of peace" but many Norwegian women are learning that Islam is the religion of rape.
According to an amazing police report released there this month, every single solved case of assault-rape in the country in 2010 was carried out by a Muslim immigrant. The report was cited by an official Norwegian
The New American 24 June 2011
By R. Cort Kirkwood
Muslim sex gangs are collecting English girls on the streets of London and turning them into sex slaves, the Daily Mail recently reported, and "British" Pakistanis are nearly exclusively responsible for the unspeakable crimes.
The latest trial for such a crime began last week, the Mail reports. Yet this gang is hardly the only one. News reports in the Mail and elsewhere suggest that Muslim-controlled sex slavery is quotidian routine, along with the proliferation of burqas and marching for Sharia law, in merry old England.