- The left-wing monopoly is shifting in Sweden (something shown by the latest elections)
- You yourselves are scared.
- Aftonbladet is no longer concerned with the truth, but has become part of a political ideology.
- Aftonbladet has accused the Swedish people of being Stupid.
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21 September, 2009
"Here is an interview with some firemen in Sweden talking about how they cope with a hostile Muslim population that sets fires, then attacks them when they come to put them out and save anyone who may be in danger from them.
This of course is now familiar as it is classic 'Al Queda Handbook' stuff on how to make a no go zone. However it is nice to see cracks in the political correctness that has prevented European agents of the state from reporting the facts, although this video does not name Islam specifically, one can easily infer it from the interviews and pictures of the 'natives' of the area in Question."
The question I want to ask here is "where the hell is this reporting on the Swedish media networks?"
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02 September, 2009
- Americas continued support for the state of Israel
- Destruction of local property. Usually retaliation for terrorist acts.
*From the New Zealand Herald.
It appears that the hajib is characterised as a "hat" in Hawke's Bay New Zealand.
A Hastings Muslim woman who was barred from entering a courtroom because she refused to take off her headscarf is going to lodge a complaint with the Human Rights Commission.
Yasmeen Ali said she had gone to Hastings District Court yesterday morning to support her brother, also a Muslim, who was being sentenced, Hawke's Bay Today reported.
When she arrived she was allowed to stay in the courtroom for a short time, despite being asked to remove the scarf, or Hajib, by a court officer.
However, after the morning break, when Ms Ali tried to go back into the courtroom, she was told the presiding judge, Judge Geoff Rea, had ordered she was not to be allowed in wearing the scarf.
Ms Ali said she would lodge a complaint with the Human Rights Commission.
"It is disgusting behaviour and I should not be treated like this and I do not think any other Muslim woman should be treated like this," Ms Ali said.
Labour Party ethnic affairs spokesman Chris Carter said the judge needed to show more understanding of modern New Zealand's cultural diversity.
"Understanding and respecting different beliefs is an important element in making every Kiwi feel they are a valued and equal citizen of New Zealand," he said.
Mr Carter said there were no identification issues as Ms Ali was wearing a headscarf rather than a full burqa, and the request to leave was based on a court rule prohibiting the wearing of "hats".
He said he hoped court officials in Hastings would meet with the local Muslim community to ensure such misunderstandings didn't occur again.
Ms Ali's brother, Carlos Manuel Brooking, 22, was waiting to appear for sentence on a charge of common assault.
He was asked by the judge to remove his "hat". Brooking removed the headress but was reluctant to remove the smaller garment underneath. He then walked out of court and was taken into custody.
Later in the dock he apologised saying he had recently become a Muslim. On the assault charge he was sentenced to 125 hours community work.
01 September, 2009
In the following letter sent to the Danish newspaper Berlingske, the high horse that these Saudis are sitting on at this time is just a disgrace and something that we need to stamp out and blatantly refuse.
If we give these people an inch, they will take a mile, and with it, out livelihood.
AHMED ZAKI YAMANI
Lawyers and & Legal Consultants
By fax 0045 3375 2020 and e-mail email@example.com
1147 København K
Att.: Ansvarshavende Chefredaktør Nis, Lisbeth Knudsen
Jeddah, 28 August 2009
Dear Ms. Lisbeth Knudsen,
Re.: Mr. Kurt Westergaard’s drawing of the Prophet Mohammed
I am writing to you in relation to your newspaper’s re-publication, on 13 February 2008, of Mr. Kurt Westergaard’s drawing of the Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him).
Over the past months my law firm has been contacted by several thousand descendants of’ the Prophet, who have learned about your newspaper’s re-publication of the drawing, depicting their esteemed ancestor as a terrorist suicide bomber with a bomb in his turban.
As descendants of the Prophet, these individuals feel personally insulted, emotionally distressed and defamed by your newspaper’s re-publication of the drawing. They have therefore retained my law firm and instructed me to approach you, as well as the editors of other Danish newspapers, which re-published the drawing last year.
Accordingly, I am now contacting you with the request that you, first of all, remove the drawing of the Prophet Mohammed from any Internet websites, which your newspaper owns, controls, or have [sic] posted the drawing on. The drawing must be removed before the end of September 2009.
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I secondly request that you, on behalf of your newspaper, before the end of September 2009, issue a clear, public and unconditional correction and apology for the insult and injury which your newspaper committed when it re-published the drawing by Mr. Westergaard last year. The correction and apology must be announced in a “teaser” on the front page and printed on one of the first three pages of your newspaper in all four of the English, French, Danish and Arabic texts that are contained in the appendix attached to this letter. These four texts must furthermore be published on the Internet version of your newspaper as one of the top headline stories. which must be available for at least 30 days from the date of the publication.
Thirdly, my clients have instructed me to request you to confirm and undertake that your newspaper will not again print or otherwise make public any similar drawings or materials concerning the Prophet Mohammed, since they affect my clients directly and personally due to their common ancestry and their status in the Muslim world. The apology in the attached appendix contains wording to this effect, as you can see.
If you fulfil these conditions before the end of September 2009 my clients will be satisfied and refrain from taking further legal action against your newspaper.
Furthermore, it is my belief that your newspaper’s fulfilment of the above-mentioned conditions would be perceived as a sign of respect and understanding throughout the Muslim world in general, and your newspaper might thus help resolve the severe conflict, which your re-publication of the drawing has created. As you may be aware, this conflict is still affecting Danish and Arab interests, in particular in the Middle East, where a number of Danish products are still being boycotted.
I invite you to respond to this letter at your earliest convenience and in any event before 30 days from the date of this letter by informing me whether you intend to fulfil the above-mentioned conditions.
If you decide not to fulfil the above-mentioned conditions, please note that this letter is by no means a waiver of any legal rights of my clients, including in particular their fight to bring a lawsuit against you and your newspaper for defamation. Accordingly, I reserve all rights of my clients in this matter.
Faisal A. Z. Yamani
"'They Want Us Exterminated': Murder, Torture, Sexual Orientation and Gender in Iraq," was the report titled by the Human Rights Watch (HRW) about the kidnapping, torture, and murder of gay Iraqi men.
In the report it claimed that many Iraqi men were living in fear from the Mahdi army militia. Being fundamentally Islamic in the way they are run, homosexuality is punishable by death.
According to another report by Amnesty International, 25 gay men have been murdered by the group this year alone.
There is much debate as to whether sexual orientation is grounds for complete immunity. The RFSL federation however argues that this because of the threat to their lives, it is straight forward.