A mosque organisation in Netherlands is sending young people to a training camp in Turkey, where they are lectured by an imam who supports armed jihad, Dutch newspaper NRC said on Friday.
Dozens of Turkish-Dutch youngsters, who have been sent to Turkey in recent years by the Milli Görüş organisation, are being trained by Nurettin Yıldız, a preacher who supports armed jihad and violence against women, NRC said.
How French leaders trigger lawlessness by their own cowardice and passivity.
If radical Islamic clerics thought they were immune to terror threats themselves, then they have now been disabused of that notion. Last month in France, instead of the predictable pattern of arrests of Islamic jihadists plotting deadly terrorist attacks; this time, the jihadists were apparently the targets themselves. This turn of events signals France’s accelerated spiral into lawless violence.
A court in Germany has ruled that the recent deportation to Tunisia of a failed asylum seeker — an Islamist suspected of being a bodyguard for the former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden — was unlawful and that, at taxpayer expense, he must be immediately returned to Germany.
The ruling has cast yet another spotlight on the dysfunctional nature of Germany’s deportation system, as well as on Germany’s politicized judicial system, one in which activist judges are now engaged in a power struggle with elected officials who want to speed up deportations.
The Islamic faith, at least the Salafi and Wahhabi versions of it, imposes everyday rules that are perceived by other communities in Europe as disruptive to society.
These rules require women wearing a niqab or full veil in public; women precluded from shaking hands or being examined by a male doctor or in the absence of the husband; and more recently, the wearing of burkinis in public swimming pools, where long trunks and other large pieces of clothing are normally forbidden for hygienic reasons.
The reaction to these rules is a marker of a growing rejection of the Islamic faith in Europe.
There are 960 miles as the crow flies between Paris and Stockholm, but when it comes to dealing with Islam they are separated by light years. In France this week there has been something of a kerfuffle caused by a Gap back-to-school campaign that features a young girl in a hijab. One female MP from Emmanuel Macron’s ruling La République en Marche party said the campaign left her ‘sickened,’ while Marlène Schiappa, the gender equality minister, has demanded an explanation from Gap, saying: ‘You don’t choose to wear the veil at nine to ten years old.’
The George Soros-funded J Street, a leading critic of Israel, has reversed its endorsement of Rashida Tlaib, the Democratic Party candidate for Congress in Michigan who advocated slashing U.S. aid to Israel, called for a one-state solution and expressed support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel.
The authorities of Lausanne, a city in southwest Switzerland, have denied a Muslim couple’s citizenship bid over their refusal to shake hands with people of the opposite sex.
A three-member commission blocked the application, citing their “lack of respect for gender equality,” Lausanne mayor Gregoire Junod said, as quoted by AFP. The two have also struggled with answering questions asked by members of the opposite gender.
Conservative Sen. Linda Frum says she isn’t satisfied with Liberal MP Iqra Khalid’s apology for giving an award to an alleged anti-Semite — saying Khalid’s professed ignorance of the man’s association with anti-Jewish causes is disingenuous given she’s called him her “rock” and “brother” in the past.
The elephant in the room… Amin El Maoued’s “views” are not considered “extremist” by Muslims. They are widely held within the community. Our political class likes to pretend that the Muslims they imported are magically different from the rest. They’re lying, not least to themselves. Justin Trudeau calls this lie diversity. Any political party that courts the Muslim vote will inevitably find themselves confronting widespread Islamist anti-semitism within their ranks. The rot is well advanced in the LPC and NDP and nascent within the CPC, look no further than Britain’s Labour Party or America’s Democrat Party for a glimpse of what’s to come.
Since you are not allowed to have sex with a woman if you follow Islam.
Two women have been sentenced to caning in Malaysia for going against their religion by having sex in contravention of strict Islamic laws, according to an official said on Tuesday, August 14.
The women aged 22 and 32, were arrested in April by Islamic enforcement officers after they were found in a car in a public square in northern Terengganu state, one of the most conservative areas of the country.
A British woman going by the pseudonym “Kate Elysia” recently revealed the extent of her sexual victimization by Muslim men. While this included the usual — including drugs, and gang-rapes by as many as 70 men — her story had an interesting twist to it.
According to the report: “[A]t one point during her abuse, she was trafficked to the North African country of Morocco where she was prostituted and repeatedly raped.” There she was kept in an apartment in Marrakesh, where another girl no more than 15 was also kept for sexual purposes. “I can’t remember how many times I’m raped that [first] night, or by who,” Kate recounted.
A camp within the United States where children were being trained to shoot up schools in terrorist attacks should be in the news every day, until every connection is scrutinized.
Already missing from the news cycle is the story of Muslim leader Siraj Wahhaj, who alerted authorities to the squalid conditions in New Mexico in which his son, two daughters, another man and woman, and 11 children were living.
…Usually so clear and concise, news articles become detective mysteries to be pieced together by the reader.
There is talk of shadowy hooded figures, criminologists discussing that most such attacks happen in August before school starts (and?) or that car burning is a form of insurance fraud (this could well be true, but somehow one doubts that anyone is going to be lodging 100 simultaneous claims next week) that the mass arson was organized on social media, which is neither here nor there.