Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Trump Administration to Ignore UN Efforts, Aid Iraqi Christians Directly.

"Though God promised that one of two columns (would fall to you), you desired the one that was not armed. But God wished to confirm the truth by His words, & wipe the unbelievers out to the last." So Allah tells his demented devotees, urging them to genocide, in Koranic verse 8:7.

Islam has always been genocidal because genocide is written into its demonic marrow, which is why the Islamic State tried to extirpate the Christians & Yazidis across the territory they terrorised. What is more obscene is the fact that, all the time, the United Nations was complicité in this genocide, as the UN is complicit in the rendering of the European genocide now, in the shape of the migrant crisis.

This is why the UN has been so incompetent in helping the Christians of Iraq ever since. Now, the US government has announced that USAID will assist the Christians of the Middle East directly, as reported by CBN yesterday (hat-tip to Jewhadi™ @JewhadiTM):

Promise Kept: U.S. Aid Bypassing UN to Help Christian Victims of ISIS

Millions of dollars in U.S. assistance are now flowing to desperate Christian, Yazidi and other minority refugees in northern Iraq.

It's a fulfillment of Vice President Mike Pence's promise last year to "stop funding ineffective relief efforts at the United Nations" and "provide support directly to persecuted communities through USAID (the United States Agency for International Development)."

USAID says $55 million in aid money will now go to addressing minority groups in areas of northern Iraq retaken from ISIS.

In a speech last year at the 'In Defense of Christians' annual Solidarity Dinner for Christians in the Middle East, Pence called out the U.N.'s failure to help religious minorities, especially Christians, in Iraq.

"Those days are over," he said.  "Our fellow Christians and all who are persecuted in the Middle East should not have to rely on multinational institutions when America can help them directly."

An unnamed White House official told Fox News, "We are very confident that not only will U.S. funds go more directly toward assisting persecuted religious minorities, the U.N. is also stepping up to the plate to further fund effective programs that directly go to communities, particularly in Iraq."

Rapejihad in Nottinghamshire, Muslim Policeman in the Dock.

"From the captives of Hunayn, Allah's Messenger gave Ali a slave girl called Baytab & he gave Uthman a slave girl called Zaynab & Umar another." So we are told, in the earliest account of Mohammed's conduct ever written, Sirat Rasulallah, or the Path of the Messenger of Allah.

We see from this that "Allah's Messenger" considered non-Muslim women to be property, which could be traded away for the purposes of sexual exploitation. As this filth is Islam's moral template, Muslim males feel entitled to treat Western women like their prophet did once they get established here.

This is why Muslims feature disproportionately highly in Western countries' sex crime statistics & it matters not at all how well acclimated to Western values they appear to be. Testament to this are the sporadic instances of Muslim police officers emulating their prophet too closely to stay out of court, as seen in this report from the Leicester Mercury today:

Leicestershire Police officer appears in court on sexual assault charges

Pc Majud Hussain faces four allegations of sexual assault

A Leicestershire Police officer has appeared in court after he was charged with a number of sexual offences.

Majud Hussain appeared at Nottingham Magistrates' Court this morning charged with four counts of sexual assault, Leicestershire Police said this afternoon.

The force said the offences are alleged to have happened in Stapleford, Nottinghamshire, in July last year.

Hussain, 40, who the force said lives in Nottinghamshire and holds the rank of constable, is next due to appear at Nottingham Crown Court on Tuesday, February 13.

Apostate Imprisoned for Thirteen Years in Eritrea.

'Narrated Ikrima: Ali burnt some people & this news reached Ibn Abbas, who said, "Had I been in his place I would not have burnt them, as the Prophet said, 'Don't punish (anybody) with Allah's Punishment.' No doubt, I would have killed them, for the Prophet said, 'If somebody (a Muslim) discards his religion, kill him.'"' So it says in Islam's most authoritative compilation of ahadith, Sahih Bukhari, in volume four, book 52, number 260.

If Islam did not punish people for leaving it, it would have ceased to exist long ago. This is not the opinion of your humble servant, it is a fact admitted by a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Yusuf al-Qaradawi. It could be said, therefore, that the Eritrean Christian convert who suffered thirteen years locked up in a shipping container, having been caught praying secretly, got off lightly. This report from World Watch Monitor today:

Eritrea: mental health challenges for Christian man freed after 13 years in prison

Shiden* was young and full of optimism for the future when he was imprisoned for his Christian faith. For the next 13 years he was exposed to torture of different kinds, including months in a very small cell in solitary confinement, and even his eventual release failed to bring about the future he had hoped for.

Now, Shiden hardly sleeps. Since his release from prison, he spends most nights fighting the despondency that covers him like a blanket.

Shiden became a Christian when he was in his late teens. His older brother John* had become a Christian earlier and was chased out of the house when their father found out. John was never allowed to return until their father died, but after he moved back home again, Shiden also became a Christian.

He knew it was a dangerous decision. Eritrea's society is deeply suspicious and antagonistic towards evangelical Christians and the government imprisons those who belong to religious groups outside the three mainline churches or Sunni Islam. Shiden had heard the stories of the terrible suffering of Christians in prison but he decided the risks were worth taking.

'Why don't you leave this religion?'

One day, during his military service, when he was 22, he and around 40 other Christians were caught while worshipping in secret. They were all arrested and taken to a military prison in the southern desert city of Assab, where it is extremely hot during the day and extremely cold at night.

After two years there he was moved to the notorious Mai Serwa prison camp on the outskirts of the capital, Asmara. There, Shiden shared a metal shipping container with 30-40 other prisoners. They were given one ten-minute toilet break per day, to be undertaken in a bush outside, where they had to relieve themselves under the close watch of guards. The lack of sanitation caused regular bouts of diarrhoea.

Thirty to 40 Christians to each of these, stood in the blazing equatorial sun.

Shiden says the guards taunted him, asking, "Why don't you leave this religion of yours?"

But he says he would tell the guards, "I won't leave the faith because I believe it and I live by what I believe. I served this country faithfully and honestly during my military service. When you sent me to work in the field, I did that without complaining. But my belief is my personal belief, and you have to respect that. But if you don't, then I am willing to pay for it."

For six months they left him alone, but then they called him in again. He was given two sheets of paper, one with "I believe" and the other with "I don't believe" written on them, and told to choose. He chose "I believe", assuring his interrogators, "I will not leave this religion. So if you are going to keep me in the jail, that's OK. It's all the same to me."

A while later they moved Shiden to the general prison in Barentu, 250km west of Asmara, where he remained for the next ten years. He was often put in solitary confinement for six months at a time, staying in a very small cell where he couldn't stretch out his arms or even stand up straight.

One day, out of the blue, Shiden was released from Barentu and sent back into national service. But even there, Eritreans continue to live as virtual prisoners, as they are watched all the time. The same was true for Shiden. Guards and spies kept a watchful eye on him. What did he talk to others about? Did he pray? Did he have a Bible with him?

It wasn't long before the spies noticed that Shiden had a few sections of the Bible that he hid under his blanket. The guards destroyed them and placed Shiden in solitary confinement again, for three months. During that time he saw no-one. Once a day, a cup of tea and a slice of bread were put through a gap in the door. He had no idea if anyone even knew what state he was in. He said it was a horrifying experience and that, to make it worse, just beforehand he had heard that some friends had managed to escape and cross the border.

Life after prison

After his sudden freedom, Shiden's family soon discovered that his release after so many years didn't solve everything. Returning to normal life was not easy for Shiden and neither he nor his family was prepared.

Eritrean Christian mother's 'isolation' after church-leader husband imprisoned

First, there was the trauma. He told his brother John about some of the things that had happened to him, bringing him to tears.

"I was so proud of him for not denying his faith through all of those years," his brother said. "But I could not believe the terrible suffering he had been put through."

Shiden had been imprisoned when he was 22, but came out as a 35-year-old. Though he had survived his ordeal, a return to normal life confronted him with the fact that he had missed out on education and job opportunities. His hope for the future had been eroded.

"Since his release we have slowly seen him change in front of our eyes. He has fallen into deep depression and there are times when he is completely irrational," John said. "We have to watch him all the time, even at night, to make sure that he does not harm himself. It is very upsetting."

He said his brother's situation is far from unique and that there are thousands of Christians suffering like him, having been in prison for different lengths of time.

John said they all "face similar challenges when they come out of prison … and we have to think about how to support [them]. I dream of the day that Shiden will be healed and find hope again".

*Not their real names.

Eritrea ranks as the 6th worst nation in the world in terms of Christian persecution, according to Open Doors' 2018 World Watch List.

In 1997, the Eritrean government ordered all religious groups outside of the Eritrean Orthodox Church (EOC), Roman Catholic Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church and Sunni Islam to apply for registration with the Department of Religious Affairs. The Presbyterian Church, Methodist Church and Seventh-day Adventists applied, but 20 years later, they are still awaiting a response.

In 2002 a law was passed prohibiting Churches other than the Orthodox, Catholic and Evangelical Lutheran, and also Sunni Islam, each of which is now tightly controlled by the state.

Thousands of Christians from non-sanctioned denominations have been thrown into prison in one of Eritrea's many prisons. The graph above shows a list of detention facilities in the country, using information from the UN Commission of Inquiry. Those marked purple are prisons where Christians are known to be held.

Monday, 15 January 2018

Imam Arrested for Al-Shabaab Assistance. Muslim Mob Riots.

"The Messenger & those who believe with him, strive hard & fight with their wealth & lives in Allah's Cause." So Allah the Babylonian moon god tells his backward believers, in verse 9:88 of his rambling & vitriolic compendium of claptrap, the Koran.

It is an inevitable trope of contemporary discourse that anyone who tries to point out that Islamic scripture promotes violence is told that this or that verse has been taken out of context or misinterpreted. What these appeasing voices fail to contend with is the recurring phenomenon of Muslim leaders inciting violence themselves, an instance of which is reported by Capital News today (hat-tip to The Religion Of Peace):

Marsabit Muslim cleric expected in court to face terror related charges

A Muslim cleric who was arrested in Marsabit Town over the weekend sparking protests that led to death of three people is expected in court Monday to face terror related charges.

Sheikh Guyo Gorsa was flown to Nairobi where he is expected to be charged.

Gorsa was arrested in the town centre and the youth, most of whom were his madrassa students, followed him to the police station demanding his release.

After his arrest, some locals destroyed property including a Catholic church and local KCB Bank with most of the protestors being students of a madrassa he taught.

The sheikh was arrested in 2014 at the Coast over suspicion of radicalising the youth and was later released and it was alleged that he had links to radical groups.

He is said to be linked to a network that recruits youths on behalf of Al Shabaab.

Hindu Girl Raped to Death in Bihar, Three Mohammeds Confess.

'Narrated Buraida: The Prophet sent Ali to Khalid to bring the Khumus (of the booty) & I hated Ali, & Ali had taken a bath (after a sexual act with a slave-girl from the Khumus). I said to Khalid, "Don't you see this (ie Ali)?" When we reached the Prophet I mentioned that to him. He said, "O Buraida! Do you hate Ali?" I said, "Yes." He said, "Do you hate him, for he deserves more than that from the Khumus."' So Islam's most authoritative compilation of ahadith, Sahih Bukhari, tells us in volume five, book 59, number 637.

We see here that the sexual exploitation of female captives was a normal thing for Mohammed & his vile followers. Because this disgusting wretch is the prophet of Islam & its model for moral behaviour, we see Muslims emulating his every act the world over.

This is why we observe Muslims distinguishing themselves in Western nations' sex crime statistics & why the Islamic State & Boko Haram round up non-Muslim women for the purposes of sexual slavery, to be bought & sold at auction. It is why three Muslim 'men' in India saw fit to kidnap a three-year-old Hindu girl & rape her to death, as reported by the Hindu Post today (hat-tip to The Religion Of Peace):

Minor Raped and Killed in Purnea, Bihar – 3 Muslim Perpetrators Caught

Another heart wrenching incident of rape and murder of a minor Hindu girl has come to light in the Purnea district of Bihar. Police has arrested the three culprits namely Mohammad Ismail, Mohammad Sharif and Mohammad Shafikul who have confessed their crimes of murder and rape in the police investigation.

The girl was strangled to death by perpetrators after being raped in an ‘inhumane way’ as described by the local BJP MLA Vijay Khemka, who sharply condemned the incident and called for strict action against the perpetrators. He also demanded speedy trial in the case so that the perpetrators are soon brought to justice.

Islamic State Suicide Bombers Kill 38 in Baghdad.

"And kill them wherever you find & catch them. Drive them out from where they have turned you out; for Fitna is worse than slaughter." So Allah tells his frothing fanatics, in the book that qualifies, by a healthy margin, as simply the worst ever vomited onto paper, the Koran, in verse 2:191.

The word 'fitna' mentioned above means trouble of any description. It could be heresy, civil war between Muslim communities, apostasy, deviation from the shari'ah or anything a devout Muslim might deem inappropriate. It was the Second Fitna, a civil war ending in 692, that split the Sunni & Shi'ite factions of Islam in perpetuity.

Since each side considers the other to be heretical &, therefore, guilty of fitna, they have been slaughtering each other ever since, slaughter being the lesser of two evils according to Allah. This has been going on for 95% of Islam's pitiful existence.

One consolation of this is that, when they are throwing themselves at each other, they are leaving the rest of us alone. The latest episode of fitna has been perpetrated in Baghdad today, as two suicide bombers from the Islamic State massacred at leat 38 Shi'ites, as reported by The Guardian (hat-tip to The Religion Of Peace):

Suicide attack in Baghdad kills at least 38
Two bomb explode in Tayran Square, the most serious attack in the capital since PM declared victory over Isis

Two suicide bombers have blown themselves up in a busy market in central Baghdad, in back-to-back explosions that killed at least 38 people, Iraqi health and police officials said.

The bombings were the most serious attacks in the capital since the prime minister, Haidar al-Abadi, declared victory over Islamic State a little over a month ago, capping a three-year campaign to reclaim territory from the terror group in Iraq.

It raises questions about the government's readiness to deal with the security challenges posed by the group's retreat to its insurgent roots, ahead of elections expected in May.

The attackers struck during rush hour on Monday morning in Tayran Square, which is usually crowded with labourers seeking work. The explosions wounded at least 105 people, the officials said.

The death toll has grown since earlier reports from the health ministry, which said 26 people had been killed, and the interior ministry, which said 16 had died. Both said dozens had been wounded.

Ambulances rushed to the scene as security forces sealed off the area. Slippers could be seen scattered about on the blood-stained pavement as cleaners hurried to clear the debris. Photographs posted on social media showed dead bodies and body parts.

No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack but it bore all the hallmarks of Islamic State, which has claimed many such atrocities in the past.

"It was a tremendous, I felt the ground shaking under my feet," said Munthir Falah, a secondhand clothes vendor whose chest and right leg were pierced by shrapnel.

Carnage in Baghdad, brought to you by the Islamic State. Click to enlarge.

"We were expecting this [attack] because of the upcoming elections," said Einas Khalil, a Baghdad housewife, who blamed the security breakdown on the country's feuding politicians. "Every four years we have to live through this suffering because of political differences and disagreements."

The Iraqi parliament speaker, Salim al-Jabouri, denounced the attack as a "cowardly act against innocent people" and called on the government to take all necessary security measures. Abadi met security officials in charge of Baghdad, ordering them to root out militant sleeper cells, according to a brief statement issued by his office.

There have been significantly fewer large attacks in Baghdad and other parts of country since security forces retook nearly all territory once held by Isis militants.

Iraqi and US officials had warned that Isis would continue with insurgent-style attacks even after the Iraqi military and US-led coalition succeeded in ousting the group across the country.

The cost of victory has been nearly incalculable as the three-year Isis insurgency devastated much of northern and western Iraq.

On Sunday, Abadi announced a new political coalition, the Victory Alliance, to contest the upcoming elections. The coalition includes groups close to Tehran.

Iran commands great influence in Iraq through proxy militias that have taken part in the campaign against Isis, and which form the core of the Popular Mobilisation Units, also known as the Hashd al-Shaabi, formed from volunteers after the initial Isis advance in 2014.

Abadi is credited with leading Iraq and rebuilding the country's military during three tumultuous years as prime minister in which the government slowly clawed back cities such as Ramadi, Fallujah, Tikrit and Mosul from Isis.

But now he faces great challenges in rebuilding the cities devastated in the military campaigns, ensuring that his government's policies do not alienate the country's Sunni minority, and addressing the central authorities' relationship with the Kurds, who voted overwhelmingly last year for independence from Baghdad in a non-binding referendum.

The government has proposed holding elections on 12 May, but parliament must approve the date. Sunni leaders have called for the vote to be delayed until the 3 million people still displaced from the fighting can return to their homes.

Friday, 12 January 2018

Blackburn Imam Caught Buying Boy Sex.

It has long been known through the centuries that, despite the rabid Islamic intolerance of grown adults engaging in homosexuality, gay sex with boys has always been strangely, perversely, insanely condoned.

The last few years has seen the Catholic Church exposed as a haven of slavering, priapic paedophilias, the exposure of the Church of England as same is still to come. Meanwhile, the imams need a closer looking at, as can be seen in this report from the IB Times today:

Blackburn imam accused of attempting to pay boy for sex following paedophile vigilante sting
Mufti Ashraf Sidat accused of travelling to Manchester to meet 15-year-old boy for sexual activity.
Vigilante group Justice Will Be Served claim he was actually talking to one of their 'decoys' posing as a child.

An imam from Blackburn has been arrested on suspicion of arranging to meet an underage boy for sex after being detained following a sting operation by a vigilante group.

Mufti Ashraf Sidat, secretary general and principal of Masjid-e-Noorul Islam, is accused of attempting to engage in sexual activity with a child after speaking on dating app Grindr.

Facebook vigilante group Justice Will Be Served claim Sidat was speaking to a decoy of theirs posing as an underage boy. The suspect claims he believed he was speaking to an 18-year-old.

The group filmed them meeting up with Sidat when he allegedly went to go meet the '15-year-old' he had been talking to. He is also accused of bringing money with him to pay for the sexual encounter.

The video was then uploaded onto Facebook, where it has been viewed more than 140,000 times.

Greater Manchester Police confirmed Sidat was arrested and has since been bailed until 9 February, pending further investigations.

Following his arrest, Hassan E Karolla, trustee and chairman of Masjide Noorul Islam, confirmed Sidat, who is also a trustee of Al Islah Girls School and works as a translator, has been suspended pending an investigation.

He said: "Regarding the recent incident we have suspended him from all his duties at the Islamic Educational Society.

"I am working with my management team and the authorities who are conducting the investigation. I am also making arrangements for the overall management of the Madrassa whilst the investigation is carried out.

The Masjide Noorul Islam, Blackburn.

"Please note as the investigation is now in progress I cannot give you any further information. We are working closely with the authorities."

A statement from Greater Manchester Police on the situation read:

"At around 9.50am on Thursday 11 January 2018 police were called to Roedean Gardens in Flixton to a report of child grooming.

"Officers attended and a 45-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity. He has been bailed until 9 February 2018 pending further enquiries.

"Anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting reference number 433 of 11/01/18 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111."