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Re: Islamic Pan Uber Cult
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: April 25, 2014 10:54PM

Note to Vera:

Your mailbox is full...

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Re: Islamic Pan Uber Cult
Posted by: Vera City ()
Date: April 26, 2014 03:59PM

Hi corboy*,
What is the name of the Burton book you are quoting. Fascinating how little things have changed over the centuries.

Came across this deeply tragic story of a great soul whose life was taken under the flag of jihad....
Frans van der Lugt: A Dutch priest in Homs

from the article:
A Dutch Catholic priest was shot dead in the Syrian city of Homs earlier this month, but who was he, and what was he doing there? Bethlehem-based writer Daniel Silas Adamson pays tribute to a Jesuit who practised yoga, ran a farm and welcomed people of all faiths on mountain hikes....
...The last European left inside the Old City, he was sought out by journalists and became a spokesman for the trapped and starving civilian population. "I have learned about the generosity of the Syrian people," he told a reporter earlier this year. "If these people are suffering now I want to be in solidarity with them. As I was with these people in their good times, I am with them in their pain." ... "You know, I don't really like religions - I believe in the spiritual experience that is the source of faith”

...A few years ago, I met Frans at the residence in Homs where, on 7 April, he was taken into the garden by a masked gunman and shot in the head. We were introduced by Paolo dall Oglio, an Italian priest who also spent his life in Syria and has not been seen or heard of since he was kidnapped by Islamist rebels in Raqqa in July 2013.

...coupled with the following video:

I guess this guy forgot about Taqiyya:

*cleared my mailbox =). Had problems posting the previous article - looks like it doubled.

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Re: Islamic Pan Uber Cult
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: April 27, 2014 02:35AM

The title of the book by Burton in which these quotations are taken
is, "Personal Narrative of the Pilgrimage to Al-Medinah and Meccah."

Burton did it all in the 1850s -- by camel caravan.

He gives the reader detailed information on how to hide one's money.
how to leave some extra money in one's boxes as 'mug money' just in
case bandits arrived.

If bandits got some money, they were satisfied. If they found none, they
suspected one might hide it on one's body or elsewhere and then things
could get ugly.

Burton noted he carried a knee dagger and that using it saved his life
when he tripped and fell in a mob and found himself underneath a panicking camel.

And all this was done without air conditioning, and the only means of storing
water was in leather or earthenware jugs.

And bedouin bandits, themselves Muslim, tried to rob or at least stop caravans
any chance they could, especially a caravan carrying the sultan's insignia; to be able to claim they had forced the Sultan's mahmal (insignia) to stop gave
these rascals prestige.

And all this was during the day when the Califate still existed!

So, there was insubordination and turmoil aplenty, even during the "good old days" of the Califate that Islamist fantasize returning us to.

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Boko Haram is not "Procol Harem" Kids
Posted by: Vera City ()
Date: May 12, 2014 07:50PM

Nice to see Hollywood and the White House speaking out against this horror.

With the Brunei Sultan getting his hotels boycotted by Hollywood because he implemented Sharia law in his itsy bitsy teeney weeney country Brunei - maybe there's hope.

Women and the LBGT community are finally waking up to what Islam will mean for them... finally. Ellen stood up to the BDS movement recently by promoting the Israeli company Soda Stream. She's a smart woman. She knows the difference between walking freely in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem over Gaza or Iran.

While there are still apologists covering up Boko Haram's connection to Islam, it's getting harder to believe the charade.

Boko Haram and the History of Child Rape in Jihad

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Guns and Korans
Posted by: Vera City ()
Date: May 13, 2014 03:19PM

Notice the Guns and Koran on the upper right of the videos. Where are the rest of the them? What has been their fate? I can not fathom the fear and pain of these beautiful young girls and their families...

Nigeria's Kidnapped Girls

Mr Shekau is a mad man thinking he has "liberated" these girls... no words...
There are far too many of these mad men roaming the earth with this perverted world view... Remember the Russian school taken over by Islamists? ...I am stunned. Israel offered to take out these guys and rescue the girls, but were turned down...

Face of a Mad Man

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Islam Condones Rape for Women Who Do Not Cover their Hair
Posted by: Vera City ()
Date: May 29, 2014 03:02PM

The Right to Rape in Iran


Dictatorship: Men have the right to rape unveiled women
Friday, 23 May 2014

Iran's dictatorship is reacting to a new social media campaign calling on women in Iran to submit photos of themselves displaying stealthy acts of freedom.

Hadi Sharifi

Mohabat News - Thousands of women in Iran have shared photos of themselves without the mandatory headscarf (I.e. hijab). The popular action has so far attracted more than 300 thousand users on Facebook and thousands of Twitter users tweeting under the hashtag #MyStealthyFreedom. The Facebook page was created by Masih Alinejad, an Iranian journalist living in exile in London, England.

Attempting to spread fear among Iranian civil society, *Tasnim, a state-run news agency in Iran controlled and operated by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corp (IRGC), interviewed Hadi Sharifi, a "media activist" (I.e. Regime propaganda activist), who attempted to send the message to campaign supporters: stop, or else.

In the interview Sharifi accused Alinejad of being associated with the CIA and explained that those who have "liked" the campaign's Facebook page did so to stay informed of the developments instead of being aligned or supportive of the cause. Sharifi said that if women feel it is their right to show off their beauty, or appear any which way they desire in society, or reveal their beauty to men, then they should also consider the right of men to enjoy women. He attempted to explain that because it is natural and instinctual for a man to be drawn to the beauty of a woman and seek sex with her, it is a man's right to benefit from what he loves. Sharifi said that when a man forces himself onto a woman because she is "showing off her beauty", this [should not] be considered rape.

Sharifi said since men have not granted women permission to show off their beauty, then men who become aroused by the "nakedness" of women do not need the permission of women to pursue their sexual urges.

*The current owner of Tasnim was the former editor in chief of Fars News Agency, a state-run media agency operated and controlled by the IRGC.

Iranian Women Snap 'Stealthy' Photos Free Of Hijab
Thursday, 08 May 2014

An unveiled young woman stands in front of a sign that reads: "Sisters, observe your hijab." Another with red hair and dark glasses stands next to the ruins of Persepolis, while two others, also sans hijab, dance happily on the shores of the Caspian Sea.

Mohabat News - They are among dozens of Iranian women inside the country who have posted their hijab-less photos on a newly launched Facebook page to share their "stealthy" moments of freedom from the veil.

The administrators of the page, titled "Iranian Women's Freedoms Stealthy," say they do not belong to any political group and that the initiative reflects the concerns of Iranian women who face legal and social restrictions.

They say all of the photos and captions posted have been sent by women from all over Iran. Launched on May 3, the page has garnered more than 27,000 likes.

"Have [the authorities] ever considered why women stand in front of signs about the hijab, and instead of observing it, take off their scarves?"

"This is my photo at Tehran's Yas sports center," explains the woman standing next to the hijab sign, one of many signs and posters in Iran promoting the Islamic dress code in public places as a means of protecting women and their values. "Have [the authorities] ever considered why women stand in front of signs about the hijab, and instead of observing it, take off their scarves?"

The caption for the photograph of the woman standing near the Persepolis reads: "Freedoms that last only for a few seconds."

The hijab became compulsory following the 1979 revolution and the creation of the Islamic republic. For more than three decades, women in Iran have been wearing the veil: some voluntarily, many under threat of harassment by police, as well as fines and arrests.

"Freedoms that last only for a few seconds."
Women who have posted their photos without the veil on a public page could be arrested for breaking the law. But they don't seem to care. They appear happy about their brief moments of freedom and defiance.

A young woman posing while holding her pink scarf over a mountain in the conservative city of Isfahan writes that "the look" of some men in the city is worse than the moral police that enforce the hijab."To those who say I should leave the country if I don't want to wear the hijab, I say the hijab wasn't my choice," she writes. "I want to have freedom in my country."

Another woman who posted her picture without the veil while standing atop a mountain in the northwestern city of Tabriz writes about the pleasure of feeling the wind in her hair.

"We keep hoping that this freedom will not be stealthy," she writes./Radio Farda

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The Religion of Peace... Right...
Posted by: Vera City ()
Date: May 31, 2014 01:21AM

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Re: The Religion of Peace... Right...
Posted by: Vera City ()
Date: June 01, 2014 05:41PM

Vera City Wrote:
> Another country, another crime against humanity in
> the name of Islam.
> Link here:
> [url=
> ent-of-sudan-don-t-execute-meriam-yehya-ibrahim-fo
> r-being-christian-savemeriam#share]Meriam Yehya
> Ibrahim, a Sudanese mother, doctor and Christian,
> has been sentenced to flogging and death unless
> she recants her Christian faith.[/url]

NEWS FLASH: The Canadian and British governments have publicly criticized this as barbaric (where's the good old US of A?). That, coupled with a large social media campaign and international outrage - the Sudanese are saying they will release her in a few days. Remains to be seen.

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First they came for the Socialists...
Posted by: Vera City ()
Date: June 01, 2014 11:23PM

Today's What the Fuck...

Hizb Al-Tahrir Rally at Al-Aqsa Mosque Calls on Pakistan Army to Liberate Jerusalem from Jews' Filth

Niemöller is perhaps best remembered for the quotation:

First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Socialist.

Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me--and there was no one left to speak for me.

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