Category Archives: Islam’s war on women

Polygamy harms Muslim women and Canada should not tolerate it

Will Canadian Muslim women soon have their own #MeToo movement?

A headline for a CBC Fifth Estate online story reads: “A man cannot do that to a woman: why polygamy in Canadian Muslim community could be another #MeToo moment.” The story involved a woman called Zaib, whose last name was withheld for her own safety.

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Oh Oh! There Goes The Liberal Party’s Islam Narrative: Saudi teen who fled ‘abusive’ family celebrates freedom with bacon!

A Saudi teen who fled her family saying she feared for her life has gleefully shared snaps of her new life in Canada – including eating bacon and drinking Starbucks.

Rahaf Mohammed, 18, was at the heart of a worldwide storm when she barricaded herself in a hotel room at Bangkok Airport after running away.

Rahaf – who has renounced her last name, al-Qunun – alleged she suffered horrific abuse at her family’s hands, which they deny.

Is it just me or has anyone else noticed that Canada’s MSM has steered clear of any mention of Islam in the Rahaf Mohammed affair. And I certainly don’t recall seeing a post about Ms. Mohammed’s zeal for bacon at any of our media outlets. It’s as if they were all taking their marching orders from a central source. A source with an agenda to not offend the Muslim vote bloc, especially in an election year. Why it’s almost as if they were paid stooges promoting the Big Lie that Islam is the “religion of peace”. But who could that mysterious behind the scenes string puller be?

I suspect the LPC is grateful Ms. Mohammed has gone radio silent, likely at their direction. The Liberal Party is terrified that she has upended their lies about Islam. That simply won’t do in an election year and Canada’s bought and paid for media are complicit in propagating this lie. Rafah now has 24/7 security based on internet threats. I believe they may be more worried that Ms. Mohammed will face increased domestic threats from within Canada’s Muslim community if the role that Islam played in her treatment were publicly acknowledged. But never expect such an admission from the Trudeau government.

h/t TB

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Rahaf is under “new management” – CBC devotes article to oppression suffered by Saudi Refugee… fails to mention Islam once

Saudi teen who fled her family and risked her life says she had nothing to lose

A Saudi teen who arrived in Canada Saturday after fleeing her family says she needed to risk her life in order to live freely and be independent, and is very happy to be in Canada.

“I felt that I was reborn, especially when I felt the love and the welcome.”

Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, 18, told the CBC’s Susan Ormiston in an interview on Monday that she never thought there was even a one per cent chance that she would be able to come to Canada, or that people would be talking about her story around the world.

Much is said about the oppression of Rahaf and women in general in Saudi Arabia… yet not single mention of Islam. Rahaf is under “new management”.

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She Recorded Her Boss’s Lewd Call. Guess Who Went to Jail?

LABUAPI, Indonesia — The high school bookkeeper, Nuril Maknun, faced constant harassment from her boss, the principal.

At school, he often described his sex life and pressured her to have an affair. After work, he would call her and continue his obscene monologues.

“That kind of conversation happened so often I couldn’t even count,” Ms. Nuril said in a recent interview. “I told him, ‘You need to go to a psychiatrist.’ ”

After months of this, she recorded one of the calls so she would have evidence of his behavior.

The result: She lost her job and went to jail. Meanwhile, his career has flourished.

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Rahaf’s Saudi family will never, ever stop coming after her

Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun, a Saudi teenager, has just tried to save her own life—and in so doing, has risked death for shaming her family and her country.

Rahaf fled her family vacation in Kuwait, took a plane to Bangkok, barricaded herself in her hotel room at the airport and began posting about her plight on social media. She demanded political asylum.

Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition. In this case, the ammunition is digital and governmental.

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Women’s rights in Saudi Arabia: ‘I escaped to seek a better life’

It’s a dramatic story that has brought the restrictions faced by women in Saudi Arabia back into the spotlight.

Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, 18, garnered global attention last week after she locked herself into her hotel room and refused to fly back home.

She was fleeing her family in Saudi Arabia and, after instigating a high-profile Twitter campaign, was granted asylum in Canada.

As the debate about women’s rights in the country continues, another young woman who fled Saudi Arabia for Canada has told her story to the BBC.

Salwa, 24, ran away with her 19-year-old sister eight months ago and now lives in Montreal. This, in her own words, is her story.

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FATAH: How Twitter saved life of Saudi rebel who rejected Islam

Had there been no Twitter, it can safely be assumed, Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, an 18-year old Saudi woman who fled her family, country and religion could have been dead.

We now know she is safe, in the care of the UN Human Rights Council in Bangkok awaiting a decision on her request for asylum in Australia or Canada.

However, for 24 hours this young rebel had barricaded herself inside a room at a Bangkok Airport hotel, completely at the mercy of Thai authorities, who seemed to be acting at the behest of Saudi authorities and wanted Rahaf deported back to Kuwait from where she had escaped.

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Why a Saudi woman can be arrested for disobeying her father

Saudi Arabia drew international plaudits last year when it lifted a longstanding ban on women driving.

However, restrictions on women remain – most notably, the “male guardianship system”, a woman’s father, brother, husband or son has the authority to make critical decisions on her behalf.

These restrictions were highlighted in early January, when a young Saudi woman fleeing her family barricaded herself in a hotel room in Bangkok saying she feared imprisonment if she was sent back home.

Rahaf al-Qunun: Saudi woman pleads for asylum

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Saudi woman is trapped at Bangkok airport after trying to flee family amid fears they would kill her for renouncing Islam

A young Saudi woman who says she has renounced Islam and could be killed if she returns home is trapped at Bangkok’s main airport.

Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, 18, says she was on a trip to Kuwait with her family when she fled on a flight two days ago. She explained she tried to head to Australia, via Bangkok, to seek asylum but had her passport seized by a Saudi official.

Ms Rahaf claims that in addition to confiscating her passport, Saudi officials forcibly took her to the Miracle Transit Hotel at the airport, where she is being held until they take her home. Thai police, she said, had refused to help her.

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Why the Fuss? Kathleen Wynne beat them to it… Islamic Party of Ontario supports imposition of Sharia Law

Jawed Anwar’s party is the least of our concerns when it comes to sharia creep. Islam’s useful idiots within our political class are a greater threat.

The Islamic Party of Ontario is a symptom of the cultural suicide masquerading as diversity and multiculturalism imposed upon Canadians and enforced by the political class. Islam does not do integration. Useful idiots like Kathleen Wynne happily supported the implementation of Islam’s vile sharia law in Ontario Schools for Muslim votes. Islamists are allowed to perform their unvetted cult rituals on school property during school hours. Menstruating school girls are declared “unclean” during these rites and segregated from the other child captives of the cult.   This is the Canada of Justin Trudeau’s Liberal party.

Girls are segregated as a matter of course during the performance of Muslim cult rituals at the TDSB’s Valley Park school. Menstruating girls are further demonized as unclean under this barbaric sharia law sanctioned practice.

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‘Veil Under My Feet’: Women Protest Against Niqabs, Hijabs With Online Campaign

Women apparently from Saudi Arabia, Yemen and other countries have joined forces to protest against niqabs, hijabs and other face veils, many are forced to wear in the religiously conservative countries. Posts with the hashtag in Arabic that could be translated as “veil under my feet”, or #NoHijabDay and #FreeFromHijab are popping up on Twitter, as some sharing pictures of them literally stepping on headscarves or other kinds of covers.

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Hijab in the House

One of the notable results of the November 6 midterm elections was that the U.S. House of Representatives went from two Muslim members — Indiana’s André Carson and Minnesota’s Keith Ellison, who on the same day was elected his state’s attorney general — to three Muslims, Carson plus two new female members from Michigan and Minnesota. With few if any exceptions, the mainstream media rooted for these ladies throughout the campaign season and lustily cheered their victories, not because of their skills or experience or political views but because they represented “diversity.”

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Darkness Falls In Windsor, Ontario

“Sara Anne Widholm, 76, died at Windsor Regional Hospital on Saturday, Dec. 15,” the Windsor Star reports, but this was not a mere obituary. On October 8, 2017, while out for a walk on the Ganatchio Trail in Windsor, Widholm was the victim of a “vicious” and “unprovoked” attack by Habibullah Ahmadi, 21.

Attacker Habibullah Ahmadi was 21, a full adult, but police never released his booking photo. News reports described him as a “Windsor man,” who goes by the name “Daniel.”  Local and national news stories contained no statements from Habibullah Ahmadi, nor any indication that he had declined an interview. Likewise, news reports contained no quotes from Habibullah Ahmadi’s family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, or fellow students in Windsor. 

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