Sunday, April 25, 2010

Islamic Outrage Du Jour:

Islam seems to enjoy continually coming up with outlandish cases of inhumanity. Although I could likely go on and on citing such examples, I have decided to throw just a few up that illustrate the cruelty, repression and ridiculousness of the so-called 'religion of peace.'

First we have a twelve-year-old girl winning a divorce from her 80-year-old 'husband.' Yes, your eyes are functioning properly and you did read that right.

Likely this divorce happened only because the case managed to catch international attention, otherwise this little girl would be bringing her 'spouse' his little blue pill so he can piously follow the example of the Pedophile Mohammad:

A 12-year-old Saudi Arabian girl has won a divorce from her 80-year-old husband in a landmark case that may see the minimum age of marriage raised in the country for the first time.
The girl, who has not been named, was married to her father's cousin last year in her home town of Buraidah, near Riyadh, Saudi's capital, the Times of London reports.
Her father was paid a $23,000 dowry.
MAY see the minimum age raised?!? WTF?!? 

So let me get this straight... This girl's own father sold her to his ancient cousin for a tidy profit? Yeah. Sucks to be a kid or a female in a Muslim country, huh? 

See this blog and it's NSFW link in a related topic. Please.

Speaking of children having a bad way to go under Islam, we have the brave lions of jihad blowing up children in the name of allah, most merciful: 

WASHINGTON -- Islamic terrorists are always looking for new ways to escape detection and carry out their attacks. One of their latest ideas is using children as suicide bombers.
The growing phenomenon may soon spread beyond the Middle East to the rest of the world.
The Making of a Child Martyr
Strategies in the global war against Islamic terrorism are taking very different roads in 2010. The Obama administration hopes downplaying Islamic extremism may help when dealing with Muslim countries.
Terror groups, however, are taking extremism to new levels by indoctrinating Muslim children in the deadly art of suicide bombing.
"The state-sponsored illegal recruitment and education of innocent Muslim children to become suicide bombers and child soldiers is occurring throughout the Muslim and non-Muslim world," said Brooke Goldstein, founder and director of The Children's Rights Institute, an organization focusing on human rights violations against children.
"In Pakistan, thousands of children are being educated in madrassahs," she said. "In Iraq, handicapped children are being blown up at polling stations. In Afghanistan, the Taliban is paying up to $12,000 per child, donated to them by their own families.
Taliban leaders run training centers where boys as young as 11 years of age learn to be suicide bombers. Some are even younger.
A 6-year-old Afghan boy recruited in 2007 was told that his suicide belt would "explode into flowers."

I guess when you're a six-year-old, 72 virgins in a sky brothel just doesn't have the same appeal... And those retarded or physically imperfect Iraqis just aren't good for anything else, are they ROP'ers? Might as well make them useful for killing infidels and opposing sects.

Next, we have dhimmitude most foul from the U.S. Pentagon:

Pentagon rebuffs critic of Islam

The U.S. Army on Thursday withdrew an invitation to a Christian evangelist to speak at a Pentagon prayer service next month following an outcry over his references to Islam as a violent religion.
Franklin Graham, the son of famed evangelist Billy Graham, said in a statement he regretted the army's decision and would keep praying for U.S. troops.
The invitation prompted a harsh reaction, including from a prominent U.S. Muslim group that said Graham's appearance before Pentagon personnel would send the wrong message as the United States fights wars in Muslim countries.
In an interview last year with CNN, Graham said "true Islam" was too violent to be practised in the United States.
"You can't beat your wife. You cannot murder your children if you think they've committed adultery or something like that, which they do practise in these other countries," he said. "I don't agree with the teachings of Islam and I find it to be a very violent religion."

Notice the biased nature of the story's title.

Mr. Graham is absolutely correct. In a Western society you can't do any of the things that the Koran, Hadith and so-called Muslim scholars sanctify. That our military, engaged in fighting a deadly enemy is so worried about offending said enemy is deplorable, cowardly and reeks of the lowest weakness. I've said it before and I'll say it again: Dhimmitude is disgusing.

Last but certainly not least, we have a refreshing breath of non-dhimmitude from THE FRENCH. That's right, our Pentagon tucks tail at the merest possibility of perhaps offending a Muslim while THE FRENCH are putting their foot down.

Dear gawd, I've fallen through a wormhole into the Mirror Universe.

From this source: 

PARIS, APRIL 23 - A 31-year-old woman who was driving whilst wearing the niqab, the Islamic veil which covers the whole face except the eyes, was fined 22 euros by the traffic police for "driving in uncomfortable conditions". ù The incident, said the woman, took place at the beginning of month in Nantes, in the west of France. The French woman has been wearing the niqab for nine years and was arrested by the police in a street of Nantes while at the wheel of her car: "two policemen pulled me over," said the woman, saying that she uncovered her face for identification purposes. "At that point, the policeman," continues the report, "told me that he was making a report because of my clothing. I told him that he couldn't, that it was pure and simple discrimination." The policeman said that the woman's field of vision had been limited by the niqab. President Nicolas Sarkozy decided on Wednesday in a Council of Ministers meeting that the government will proceed with a bill for the total ban of the full veil and the burkha in France by May, despite reservations expressed by the Council of State and criticism that the law would appear to be difficult to apply. Meanwhile, daily newspaper Le Parisien has reported that one of the authors of the bill, chief whip of the majority party (UMP), Jean-Francois Copé, has been under escort since January following repeated threats. His closest collaborators say that the threats and the decision to provide him with protection were "more or less linked to the burkha"

That's right. The man has to walk about with a full protection unit because Muslims are willing to murder him over a couple of yards of drab cloth.

And boo-hoo, babe. You want to wear a burqa, do it in your home or go to one of the hellhole Islamist countries where it is acceptable... Say, as a woman, do you think you might suffer any 'discrimination' over there? Just sayin'.

The French are absolutely correct. The burqa and all of it's 'fashion' cousins should be outright illegal. No country which claims to be a civilized nation should validate the institutionalized misogyny of Islam by allowing women to walk about in burlap sacks because they think they are pious or making some kind of statement. The only such statement being made is that they don't mind things like this:

Check out today's Day By Day, because after seeing these pics mocking Islam is mandatory. If only it were more brutal a lashing.


Chuck said...

As far as the first two stories, you wonder if there is a dual purpose to killing off boys. If there are fewer boys, there are fewer young men. If there are fewer young men, the older men making the decision to blow them up will have a date later. Not making light of it, just saying...

As far as the Pentagon, the next President that actually gives a damn about the security of the US will have one Hell of a mess to clean up after Hussein gets done with the country.

Finally, the pictures speak for themselves. Some leftist apologists will say these are isolated incidents and there is bad in every country. I say two things to this:

First, go live there if you feel it is isolated

Second, these are the stories we are hearing about. These are very secretive and closed off countries. There are things much worse and more often happening that we do not hear about.

Brooke said...

I agree, we are only hearing a trickle.

And yes, if we ever get a prez that gives a damn he'll have more than his share of work cut out for him.

WomanHonorThyself said...

naw wer'e just being closed minded Brooke right?..pfftt!..great piece!

Always On Watch said...

a landmark case that may see the minimum age of marriage raised in the country for the first time

Well, Saudi has been stuck in the Stone Age for so long that I doubt that any minimum age for marriage will become law there -- or, if law, enforced.


I knew that Franklin Graham would be disinvited from the National Day of Prayer Day at the Pentagon. This commentary by Doug Giles on that very topic is particularly good:

...Apparently Franklin didn’t get the memo that we can’t say squat about Islam anymore. Oh, hell no. Muslims are groovy no matter what they do, and anyone who says otherwise … is … well … evil … in the eyes of the thought police who’re heading up the United States of Political Horse Smack.

Check it out: When Muslims kill 3,000 Americans, we can’t call them “wicked.” When they abuse women, cut off little girls’ clitorises, stone unruly wives, honor kill their teenage daughters for texting someone not named Achmed, and keep precious women in stone-age bondage worldwide, we can’t say that’s BS because that might offend them. And God forbid we should offend folks who’re six bubbles off level and don’t get basic women’s rights....

Krystal said...

All I can say is that God told his people to kill every man, woman, and child. There was a reason for it then, and there is a reason for it now.

Yes, there are people out there who are not extremists, but we don't know who they are, and the non-extremists won't point the finger AT the extremists.

Sorta puts us in a position. We'd gladly take out the bad guys, but if the good guys won't help us, we haven't a choice but to take them out too. I believe it would fall under...

aiding and abetting...
accessory after the fact...
withholding information...

take your pick.

beamish said...

Shouldn't extremists stand out in a crowd?

Weird, huh?