Category Archives: Islam means submission

Muslim Interfaith Panelist @Portland_State Univ: “Being an infidel is not allowed” in a Muslim Country

An interfaith panel held on April 26, 2017, at Portland State University hosted a variety of individuals who discussed various religious stances. One panelist, a Muslim, stated that apostates and infidels are to be killed or “banished” from a Muslim country.

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Islam Is As Islam Does

Publilius Syrus wrote long ago that “there are some remedies worse than the disease.” We could say as much about most of the Western world’s erroneous ideas about the religion of Islam. Chief among them is the notion that Islam is good and the terrorism committed by Muslims is tangential from Islam – a transmogrification of Islam proper. The remedy for this terrorism, the theory goes, is to “deradicalize” those Muslims who have taken the plunge into the dark waters of Islamic terrorism, or better yet, prevent those Muslims considering taking this plunge by sheltering them from the dangers of “radicalization.” The consequences of these imprudent and sciolistic estimations is now catching up to the Western world, a world that at one time believed our freedoms and our unhindered way of life immune from the egregious cultures and violent sectarianism to which Islam is innately connected in other, far away reaches of the planet.

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Hundreds Of Shops Set On Fire, Curfew Imposed In Odisha’s Bhadrak Over A Facebook Comment On Lord Rama

It all started when some VHP and Bajrang Dal activists demanded action against three Muslim youth for their alleged blasphemous comments on Facebook. A group held a demonstration and started dharna outside the local town police station, demanding the arrest of miscreants.

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Janet Jackson splits with billionaire husband

“She thought he had become too controlling during the pregnancy and she had already allowed him to dictate her appearance and even the way she performed at concerts,” the source who works closely with the couple said.

Jackson even quietly made London her home after Al Mana insisted the family live under strict Muslim custom, which included prohibiting the new mom from being seen in public while nursing the baby.

The last straw for the thrice married “Control” singer was her husband’s reluctance to show concern for Katherine Jackson’s elder abuse claims against her nephew Trent.

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Women don Muslim headscarves at ‘Hijab for a Day’ event

Seventy women in Prince George donned Muslim head scarves, most for the first time, as part of a ‘hijab for a Day’ event at the University of Northern B.C., in Prince George this week.

Students from the campus women’s centre presided over a box of colourful scarves, offering women on their way to class a chance to wear a hijab around campus.

“I’m not Muslim, but I just got a hijab put on me by another student,” said Dara Campbell. “There’s a lot of myths and false things that go around about what a hijab means. We should understand other women’s choices.” 

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Mad mullah’s give man death penalty for blasphemy

The Daily Mail reports that Sina Dehghan was just 19 when arrested by the country’s fanatical revolutionary guard for insulting Islam on the LINE app.

But human rights activists claim the confession was tricked out of Dehghan who was told he would be released if he signed.

Once he signed, prosecutors allegedly reneged on the deal and in January, he was sentenced to die.

Coming soon to a Canada near you.

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Sharia law: Passage of M103 makes Canadians “Islamophobic” overnight

Motion-103 was passed in the Canadian parliament on March 23 by a vote of 201-91. This motion lets the government set up a committee to investigate offensive speech, discrimination, and harassment against Muslims.

The problem with this motion, though, is that we already have laws that protect anyone, including religious minorities, from offensive speech, discrimination, and harassment.

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Expanded Internet Access in Muslim World Could Spur Next Islamic ‘Culture War’

The expansion of Internet access across the Middle East and North Africa will open communications channels for marginalized social and political groups, including those that criticize the Islamic faith, potentially sparking a culture war across the Muslim world, according to a new report.

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