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Rezz

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  1. The Times May 11, 2006 The BBC pro-Israeli? Is the Pope Jewish? Martin Walker Despite a catalogue of examples to the contrary, the governors insist there is bias against the Palestinians THE OFFICIAL REPORT for the governors of the BBC on its coverage of the Palestine-Israeli conflict found predictably that there was “was little to suggest systematic or deliberate bias” but then went on to list a series of measurements by which the BBC could be said to be biased in favour of Israel. This produced mocking guffaws in my own newsroom, where some of the BBC’s greatest hits — or perhaps misses —
  2. Whatever next? They'll be incarcerating even deporting those rabid, anti-Semitic, homophobic, pro-terrorist, anti-democracy, Islamists living among them. Inshallah!
  3. Read this. Click the link if you want to see pictures of the girl in her orange wig. If it wasn't the BBC I'd think it was a hoax to make Muslims (and Iranian immigrants) look foolish. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4964222.stm 'I want to open people's minds' Sara Kohal Sara's aunt is an actress in Iran and inspired her Sara Kohal is no ordinary aspiring actress. The 20-year-old wears the hijab, the traditional head-covering worn by many Muslim women. She freely admits she is a wannabe, scrambling to get a foothold in a notoriously difficult profession. But as a practising Muslim, she faces all
  4. I posted this excellent article from a very reputable source a few days ago. It seems to have inexplicably disappeared so I'm posting it again. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2092-2157703.html The Sunday Times April 30, 2006 Fear is the price of being a woman rebel in Iran Nobel peace prize winner Shirin Ebadi tells Matthew Campbell why she fights the mullahs A string of murders of dissidents had bathed the streets of Tehran in blood. Shirin Ebadi, a lawyer and human rights activist, recalls with a shiver the day she read in an interior ministry file that she was next on the regime’
  5. And the more the Islamists gain power, the more they turn their lands into toilets and the more poor Muslims like you pour into our civilised countries like cockroaches leaving burning garbage... The majority of Muslims will integrate, contribute and embrace freedom and Democracy whilst quietly practising their personal choice of religion. I respect that. Others, like you and other notable people on this Forum will seek to infect the West with their cancer - the same cancer which ruined their own country forcing their parents to come to the West in the first place. Oh the irony! (By the way
  6. Hi Path2Felicity! Been on a tour of Germany and Central Europe for Easter. Thought I'd get back to bashing Islamofascists*... * By that I don't mean nice Muslims like you...
  7. I love this post! It’s just so typical! So, your ‘God’ gives Muslims the "right" to go, "enjoy" and "take full advantage" of countries which have not been turned into repressive and dysfunctional hell-holes by your failed, medieval Islamic dogma. Islamists huh? They turn their own countries into toilets then come to ours to do the same...
  8. Newspapers don't get much more mainstream or credible than the Times.
  9. Clearly you didn't read my post and you neither know or have ever talked to any Danes. I think its wrong to be so offended by a headscarf. But you should take this in the wider context of deepening distrust, hostility and the failure of integration of Denmark's Muslim immigrants. And you know what? I'm not blaming Islam for this. The behaviour and attitudes of many of the young North-African, Arabic, and Kurdish men in Denmark is just deplorable. That is a fact. Believe me, I know.
  10. Thank you Path2Felicity, I look forward to seeing that tafsir. I would however be interested to know your response my final question of that post:
  11. This is sad yet indicative of the huge 'clash of civilisations' we are seeing in Europe. I feel so sorry for the Danes. They are traumatised by the behaviour of their Muslim population. So much so that many see Islamic dress as an offensive political statement. Yes, this is wrong, but in mitigation, it is important to understand what the Danes are experiencing. This is an excerpt from an article from 2002. Things are even worse now since the MoToons. The Danes have done much to accommodate Muslim immigrants. Proud of a legendary tolerance of minorities, Denmark has welcomed tens of thousands
  12. I've read some of these before. I also remember reading of another occasion when a Jewish woman would throw rubbish at Mohammad every day and one day she didn't show up due to ill health. When Mohammad found out she was ill he paid her a visit and wished her well. Beautiful! There are lots of similar stories about Jesus. There is indeed much goodness and beauty in the Koran and Hadiths. Unfortunately, there also seem to be places where violence, vengeance and intolerance are promoted. The truth however is that there is no other major religion today, where respected, mainstream, ‘scholars’ and
  13. I do agree that in some of Europe free-speech is stifled by accusations of 'anti-semitism'. For example, Holocaust denial, however much I and many others find it distasteful, should not be illegal. However, I have yet to see a crowd of Jews screaming deathreats in the street, threatening to behead people and buring flags in the streets of London and Paris. Only Muslims do that DjibrilCisse... Condemn yes. Respect yes, that is your right. But if someone wants to critisise your Prophet or your religion then they also have that right. Sure condemn them. Resort to legal action like the Jews. Boyc
  14. Many sources, however, much of the 'mainstream' media plays down these alarming facts in the name of 'Political Correctness'. Nevertheless, here's a quote from a pro-Muslim BBC piece you might find more palitable... "...the number of Muslims in prison in England and Wales rose by 40% in the four years to 1995 to account for nine per cent of the prison population, although Muslims constitute only about four per cent of the entire British population." http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/special_report/...igion/33539.stm The following link may also be of interest. It's from an Islamic source and suggests
  15. I'd be grateful for any link you may have which will help me "understand" this seemingly clear-cut interpretation of Sura 4:34. To be fair to Sistani, his Fatwa does seem to go as far as it can, given the parameters of Sura 4:34, to discourage wife-beating. But there are many other Fatwas out there, notably some from senior, main-stream Sunni 'scholars' that legitimise wife-beating as well as the 'right' of a man to force his wife to have sex against her will. You say I "can’t understand". But don’t forget Path2Felicity, that my interpretation of Islam’s rules on wife-beating and wife-rape are
  16. I agree completely with your Post Path2Felicity. And I liked your story regarding the drunk at the hotel. I'm not surprised that there is much good in Islamic teachings that your understanding of it leads you to having the views above. Its a shame however, that so many of your brothers and sisters, including some of your most senior 'scholars' seem to interpret a much less tolerant, a much more vengeful and a much more violent version of your religion's ideology. Maybe if there were female 'scholars'...
  17. Can't disagree with you. I suppose, that I feel the 'better' way would be to try to educate this guy rather than beat him up. That is a 'better' way than beating him up.
  18. You don't (lightly) beat about the bush, do you?
  19. I'm sure if you met this guy you would try to engage with him or educate him rather than beat the [Edited Out] out of him. I'm sure that there are many 'Christians' who in similar circumstances, would beat the [Edited Out] out of him. My observation was that the WAY of Islam seems to be vengeance, violence and punishment whereas my experience with religious Christians is that they feel things can be solved with love, forgiveness and understanding. In this case I think the Christian way is definitely the more intelligent. The 'Muslim' way will just make the guy hate Muslims more...
  20. You mean (lightly) beaten? You seem to have a lot of anger in you YoungMind, judging by posts. Hope you're not being (lightly) beaten at home or at school... While we're on the subject of school, your teachers should have told you that using a word like “imbecile” three or four times in a single paragraph shows a lack of imagination and makes for boring reading. Why not try using “halfwit”, “moron”, “numskull”, “cretin”, “idiot” or “schmuck” instead? These would make your posts more interesting and less predictable. And, except for the play-ground, it’s not very clever to shout “liar” without
  21. Yes. Many will. Like I said, that does seem like the Muslim way. Interesting though, that the Christian way to deal with this would be to engage with and educate this guy. I'm not a Christian, but their way does seem more intelligent.
  22. They are currently being prosecuted for incitement. They didn't arrest them on the day so as not to make public 'martyrs' of them. Typical Muslim over-reaction. Are you sure he shouldn’t have been beheaded? He's bound to meet a gang of Muslims in prison. After all Muslims have the distinction of being the biggest ethnic or religious group in Britain's prison population. However, I would've hoped a 'real' Muslim would wish for this man to learn what a nice, peaceful religion Islam is and understand the error of his ways. But why am I kidding myself? Vengance and violence seems like Islam's an
  23. How many Muslims does it take to change a light bulb? None. They'd rather sit in the dark and blame the Jews...
  24. http://www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/viewarticle.aspx?id=351783 Racist who shouted at Muslims is jailed Published on 05/04/2006 By Staff Reporter A MAN who shouted racist insults at Muslim worshippers outside Carlisle’s Brook Street mosque has been jailed for six months. The city’s Crown Court heard that 49-year-old Bryan Cork shouted such things as “Carlisle’s white”, “Proud to be British” and “Go back to where you came from” as people were arriving for a Ramadan prayer meeting on November 30 last year. When he was arrested he told the police: “I am British. I can’t deny it. I’m racist.” Cork, o
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