The news website Samhällsnytt recently revealed how Al-Ganas has expressed anti-Semitic views and derogatory comments towards women, has strong Islamic views, wants to kill the leaders of the US and Israel and has questionable loyalties to the country in which he lives.
A former Shell CEO, who volunteers in giving education to migrants in the Netherlands, gave some shocking examples of his experiences with them. Although he had a lot of fun as well, he thinks the integration of Muslims is moving in the wrong direction.
Frequently, Shiite Islamic preachers and leaders can be heard stating that Islam recognized “People of the Book,” which refers to Christians and Jews. This assertion sounds as if Islam gives Christian and Jews the same level of status and respect as their Muslim counterparts.
That argument was recently confirmed when the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, claimed that “Christians have the same rights as others do.” With that confirmation, it might be easy to assume that Christians are relatively safe in Iran. But are they?
Islamabad (AsiaNews) – If Asia Bibi is released, the justices will meet a “horrible” end, according to Muslim radicals Muslims.
Everyone is waiting for the Supreme Court of Pakistan to announce the fate of the Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy and held in solitary confinement in prison since 2009.
On Wednesday Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP), a hardline religious political party, has announced protests across the country. On social media, extremists are calling for the Bibi to be hanged.
More… ‘Hang the infidel’: Thousands of Islamist extremists average, ordinary Muslims rally in Pakistan to demand judges uphold death sentence for Christian woman convicted of insulting Prophet Mohammed
Great idea importing these death cultists wasn’t it?
Laura Loomer is no shrinking violet. Whether it is shaming Democratic congressman Keith Ellison who has recently come out denying allegations of domestic abuse, or disrupting a congressional hearing of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, the Arizona woman has become a citizen reporter trying to highlight issues that the mainstream media seems uncomfortable to handle.
Her detractors label her as the quintessential alt-right figure, though not too long ago it was the left that employed her tactics.
In a speech before the United Nations on September 20, 2017, presumably as a way to support his claim that Israel is “a rogue and racist regime [that] trample[s] upon the most basic rights of the Palestinians,” Iranian President Hassan Rouhani repeatedly portrayed his government as dedicated to “moderation and respect for human rights,” adding:
“We in Iran strive to build peace and promote the human rights of peoples and nations. We never condone tyranny and we always defend the voiceless. We never threaten anyone…”
In an interview with a German opinion magazine, a Syrian refugee speaks out about the real intentions of the refugees that came to Germany. The German editor changed his name to “Paul” for his protection.
Church of Sweden Communicator P-O Sjödin, however, brushed off the incident as ‘innocent’ vandalism. ‘I do not interpret the message in any way, but I hope and believe it’s a common doodle . . . We hope and believe that this is a prank.’
Alhemskyrkan Church in the town of Skellefteå was vandalized with threats of Jihad and death spray painted on the church. A church representative brushed off the threats as “innocent” vandalism, after admitting that this wasn’t the first incident of Islamic hatred toward Christian church’s in Skellefteå.
If any measure of peace between Muslims and Christians is to prevail, no church can exist in the village, local Muslims said. “The only houses of worship that can ever be built in this village are Muslim places of worship for Allah.” — Watan International, Egypt.
Growing up as a young Muslim boy in Australia, our family doctor was a Coptic Christian. Today, my personal doctor is also a Coptic, and while being greatly involved in interfaith diplomacy, I have met hundreds of Copts.
This article isn’t about shedding light on their peacefulness as a community, and the enrichment they instill within every country they reside in. Rather, it’s about a reality which world leaders cannot continue to ignore: The ongoing persecution of Coptic Christians.
The jihadi assault on, and massacre of, Christians continued unabated throughout the Muslim word. According to one report titled, “Armed gangs WIPE OUT 15 villages in mass Christian slaughter in Nigeria,” several Islamic terrorists “stormed through 15 villages to massacre Christians and destroy their churches in a violent crackdown against the religion…. Dozens of people have been killed after the gangs ransacked towns and villages to clear them of all aspects of the Christian faith. Houses belonging to believers have also been razed with authorities doing little to help…” According to a human rights activist, “One attack took place in broad daylight, as people were about to go to church. The assailants chased and killed the villagers and burned down nine churches and many more houses.”
TEL TAL, Syria — The memories of the retired oilman dot the village in Syria where he grew up. The mud chapel he got married in. The concrete church he helped build that would overflow with worshipers on holidays. The tight community of Assyrian Christian families who had lived together in this area for generations.