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:kez: Same God, but yet Allah has three daughters, and want's all out war against none Muslims, Jesus was a prophet, and not the savior which makes him a lire to Islam, Mohamed was took over by an evil Jin, and all that. :wacko:


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God is not bipolar. The God of the Bible is very different in nature to ala of the. koran.
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:think: Old testament God, new testament God ?????
I know though, and not a pagan Moon Rock god either like Allah is. Yeah they say it's not him, but why pray to it then in Mecca, Why the sword, and never ending slaughter with forceful conversions. ???
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Check out the video. I don't think that i will go to that imams mosque for any spiritual guidance. :facepalm:

UK Imam: War is Coming, Muslims Can Take Women As Sex Slaves

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/07 ... ex-slaves/


An Imam has told his congregation in Wales that war is approaching and Islam allows them to take women as slaves and rape them.
Ali Hammuda is an Imam at Cardiff’s Al-Manar Mosque, where three Islamic State (IS) fighters worshipped before travelling to Syria. They were known as the “Cardiff jihadis” before one was killed in an RAF drone strike as he was thought to be plotting attacks in the UK.

Before the strike, Reyaad Khan and Nasser Muthana, then both 20, appeared in an IS recruiting video in 2014 where they bragged about executing prisoners. Muthana’s younger brother Aseel, then aged 17, joined them in Syria.

Rizwan Syed, an undercover reporter working for the Daily Mail, made the recordings. He recalled his time in the radical Cardiff mosque:

“I saw books preaching brutal violence, sexism, homophobia, aggressive physical jihad, dismemberment and capital punishment implemented by the state.

“It reinforces the idea that what these militant groups are doing, what IS is doing, is legitimised by history.”



In the audio, Imam Hammuda is heard telling a group of young men: “One of the interpretations as to what this means is that towards the end of time there will be many wars like what we are seeing today, and because of these wars women will be taken as captives, as slaves, yeah, women will be taken as slaves.

“And then, her master has relations with her because this is permissible in Islam, it’s permissible to have relations with a woman who is your slave or your wife.”

He also stated that another interpretation of the Hadith is that children will come to treat their mothers like slaves.

He said: “The one I think is strongest is that towards the end of time you will see a lot of Muslims disobeying their mothers and fathers… you see children speaking to their mothers and fathers as if they are your slave.”

More than 5,000 non-Muslim Yazidi women and girls were abducted by Islamic State in 2014. Many have been trafficked and traded on slave markets.

Surat An-Nisa, verse 24 of the Koran, reads: “And whoever among you cannot [find] the means to marry free, believing women, then [he may marry] from those whom your right hands possess of believing slave girls.”



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Turkey is fueling it now big time, Italy is being invaded more than ever before, and the wave is just starting. It's sick, the leaders need shot, and tossed to the pigs along with the Islamist they are letting in.
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Oh let us have a look and see what is being taught at this clerics mosque :think:

Saudi Cleric Advocates Offensive Jihad and Death for Apostasy: Liberalism and Coexistence Null and Void
Saudi cleric Sheikh Ayman Al-Anqari cited various hadiths in support of his claims that "coexistence in the sense of freedom of religion... is null and void" and that there are two kinds of Jihad: offensive Jihad and defensive Jihad. The punishment for apostasy, he said, "is one of the greatest punishments in Islam." Al-Anqari's lesson aired on the Saudi Al-Ahwaz TV channel on February 16.

Ayman Al-Anqari: "The problem with the issue of coexistence lies in its distortion to the point that it involves distortion of the Islamic rules. For example, they tell you that coexistence means freedom of religion. You are supposed to let people be heretics, deny the existence of Allah, curse Allah, curse His Prophet, and curse Islam. This is called liberalism and freedom of religion. Or take, for example, the abolition of the punishment for apostasy. They say that the punishment for apostasy should be abolished because it runs counter to coexistence. The punishment for apostasy is immutable, and it is one of the greatest punishments in Islam. According to the hadith narrated by Ibn Abbas in the Bukhari compilation, the Prophet Muhammad said: 'Whoever changes his religion – kill him.' Therefore, coexistence in the sense of freedom of religion, heresy, denying the existence of Allah, and the rejection of the punishment for apostasy in Islam as something that runs counter to the freedom to choose one's religion – all this is null and void.


"Coexistence in this sense is null and void, rejected, and unacceptable. In addition, denial of the notion of offensive jihad is propagated by the defeatist, rationalist, modern school of thought. They tell you that there is only defensive jihad in Islam. No. The texts in the Quran and the Sunna mention two kinds of jihad: offensive jihad, when [Muslims] have the ability to wage it, and defensive jihad. Allah said: 'Fight the ones who do not believe in Allah nor in the Last Day.' Allah made fighting and jihad contingent upon the existence of heresy. According to the hadith narrated by Buraida in the Muslim compilation, the Prophet Muhammad said: 'Raid for the sake of Allah, fight those who reject Allah.' Allah made fighting contingent upon the existence of heresy. This means offensive fighting – of course only under certain conditions, like the ability to do so, for example."

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Funny thing, you are born Muslim in the Koran so everyone who does not believe is a target, everyone who does not believe in their sect of the Koran is a target.
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The girl instructing in her videos is quite attractive. I imagine she has taken loads of beatings of course. She really does seem to believe in what she is promoting too. I still think that she is full of shiite though.

PA TV instructs viewers
who "use beatings and violence
to solve marital problems"
to "obey" the Quran's "religious rules for beatings"

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:kez: misogynistic isn't even close to what you call islam, much worse. Woman are less than cattle to them.
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The sermons in the mosques are all hostile towards western cultures..

The lefties just wanna wipe it under the rug... Bend over..
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It's all the Koran is, hate speech, and Liberals are the brunt of their own joke since they are hated most by Islamist.
Lefties are only useful idiots to them.
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Look at this video ! muslims are feel entitled to impose islam on host people everywhere and that the host people must not have anything bad to say about it whether it is telling a blind infidel women that her seeing eye dog isn't allowed in his cab or beating a couple up fo having ham on their pizza or this or etc... ! I wouldn't be surprised if they weren't praying for the death of all unbelieving French people.

Muslims (somewhere in France) block traffic to say their mid-day prayers. Listen to some irate car drivers honking.

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And no police to arrest them, and I bet if there was an ambulance, the person dies they wouldn't be charged. :angry:
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If it wasn't a muslim would these people think it was Gods will and a good thing ? I think they would.
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This is so obviously trying to keep the people from becoming smart enough to realise the fallacies that these muslims have been following their entire lives. Girls mustn't go to school and become smarter than their asshole husbands, girls can't associate with unbelievers must also be as unbeliever men will be so much nicer in everyway than muslim men and will most likely lead them away from their cult. Muslim men mustn't use public urinals ? What self righteous idiocy is this !? These leaders appear to believe that they are smarter than the masses and if this actually is the case then their followers must be morons. This is being taught in Australia by islamic religious leaders !? They certainly want to live among the nice Australian people but obviously have contempt for them. How is it racist to keep out of a country people who hate the host nations people and culture but want to enjoy it while they exploit it ?

Islamic sheikh tells teenage girls they will go to hell for having non-Muslim friends and will be punished if they pluck their eyebrows
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[video]http://video.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/ ... 655089.mp4[/video]
Sheik Mohamad Doar told girls they needed to avoid non-Muslims
He told the teenagers friendships with non-believers would see them go to hell
He also described eyebrow plucking as a 'major sin' which Allah would curse
The Saturday night forum was organised by Muslim charity Sisters United
[video]http://video.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/ ... 024852.mp4[/video]

[video]http://video.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/ ... 427481.mp4[/video]
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He is just telling what Islam believes, and whats written.
So moderate, and peaceful right, and as I have said a Muslim isn't your friend.
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You can see by the look on their faces and body language they really think taht they are so infinately wise and righteous. How pathetic is that ?
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They are in their hateful pedo book, they are following scripture. Brings to mind that a lot of the liberals now are pushing being a pedo is natural, gotta think it's to help Islam.
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Let us go and see what kind of spiritual guidance we can recieve from Obama and Trudeau's religion of piss.

ISIS to Jihadists: 'Kidnap the Children' of Western Non-Muslims
BY BRIDGET JOHNSON JULY 13, 2017 CHAT 62 COMMENTS

(ISIS video)
The Islamic State told followers to kidnap children of non-believers in a lengthy instructional article on seizing Westerners' wealth and possessions, illustrating the kidnapping directive with a picture of church choir boys.

Jihadists residing in non-Muslim lands, according to the article, should "not hesitate to take the wealth of the harbi kuffar [non-Muslim disbelievers], either by force or through theft and fraud, and ponder the statement of [medieval Sunni theologian] Imam Ibn Taymiyyah concerning the Muslims who enters dar al-harb [land of disbelievers]: 'Likewise, if he kidnaps them or their children, or subdues them in any way, then the lives and wealth of the harbi kuffar are permissible for the Muslims. So if they seize them in a shar’i manner they own them.'”

"Do not forget that their war on the Islamic State is dependant [sic] on wealth, so purify your intentions, place your trust in Allah, and do not seek anyone’s advice with regards to taking their wealth," continues the directive in the latest issue of ISIS' Rumiyah magazine. "Proceed forward with Allah’s blessing, for indeed stealing the kuffar’s wealth weakens them, threatens the security of their economies, strengthens and emboldens the believers, and prepares them for something greater than theft, and this is among the aspects of jihad that have been abandoned in this era except by a group of those who are truthful, and how few they are."


Accompanying the article is an image of a few singers from the King's College Choir in Cambridge, UK, which consists of 16 boys between the ages of 9 and 13 and 14 college undergraduates, with the all-caps caption: "IT IS PERMISSIBLE TO KIDNAP THE CHILDREN OF THE HARBI KUFFAR."

ISIS has used the magazine before to call on jihadists to plunder the wealth of disbelievers and take slaves. An April article in Rumiyah said 20 percent of stolen wealth "should be set aside and given to the Khalifah or to an official representative of the Khalifah for those who are able."

But "whoever kills a kafir – for which he has proof of his killing him" gets to keep all the loot. Or, specifically, "whatever the kafir possesses at the time and place he is killed."

"This includes his clothing, jewelry, all kinds of weapons, gold, silver, currencies, as well as the vehicle he was using, and so forth," ISIS added.

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ISIS defined "property" that can be included in these booty-collecting operations to include people: "May Allah, the Most Generous, make the kuffar’s wealth, weapons, women, and children ghanimah [booty] for those who strive for His cause."

This month's 60-page Rumiyah, issued online in various languages including English and French, was published about a week late amid ISIS losing the nine-month battle to hold on to their Iraqi stronghold, Mosul.

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Let's go and see what we can learn in a Madrassa :facepalm:

What really happens inside a madrassa

I was about 10-years-old in the late 90s, when I was forced to go to a madrassa by my mother. I didn’t want to go. I had heard many notorious stories about madrassas and was quite shaken at the thought of being a part of one. Nonetheless, I was sent to become a good Muslim.

I am a resident of Karachi and come from a conservative family where burqas and Assalam-o-Alaikum are necessary to gain respect from your family and friends. My mother used to emphasize on learning the Holy Quran as I grew up. When I asked her:

“Mom, why can’t I just sit at home and learn the Quran with you?”

She replied with:

“There’s no better place to learn the Quran than a madrassa.”

I still remember my first day there. I was sent to one of the biggest madrassas in Karachi. I walked in with shivering legs. Looking around me, I found myself in a place with huge ceilings and small rooms where children were sitting together reciting the Quran. The desks they were using were quite weird – I have never seen anything of the like before. The students were reciting the Quran in the loudest possible voices, abruptly moving their upper bodies back and forth. It was basically a ruckus. One couldn’t hear the other person over the sound of hundreds of students reciting so loudly. Frankly, this scared me even more and I asked myself:

“What if Qaari Sahab started beating me and no one could hear my cries for help?”

As I entered the classroom where I was supposed to study, the room suddenly became silent. Taking a look around, I found everyone glaring at me as though I were an unwelcome guest. Glancing meekly at the bearded Qaari Sahab, I managed to utter “Assalam-o-Alaikum”. The Qaari Sahab instantly replied back with “Wa Alaikum Assalam” and asked me to sit beside him. Grateful for any trace of friendliness, I sat beside him cross-legged. After a brief introduction, he asked me to join the other students to recite the Quran. As I started to stand up, he placed a chocolate in my hand. That instantly made him a ‘good person’ in my eyes.

As my first day there came to an end, I discovered that all the notorious stories about madrassas are completely untrue. The Qaari Sahab didn’t beat any student and he didn’t swear at anyone. I began to think that maybe a madrassa is the place where I should really be after all.

Alas, my bliss did not last long, and as the days passed, things started to take a U-turn.

Only after a week of my joining, we heard that some other Qaari Sahab of the same madrassa had beaten up a child so badly that his leg had been fractured. That day I decided to meet the student who was beaten. I wanted to ask him what it was he did so wrong that ignited this sort or wrath.

Of course, by then, the Qaari Sahab was a heroic figure for me. I was certain that it would be the student’s fault due to which he was beaten so. As the madrassa bell rang, indicating that all classes are over, I walked over to the other classroom where I heard the beaten student was studying. He was just walking out of the room, using crutches. Seeing him limping towards the exit, I felt sorry for him. I went up to him and asked:

“Assalam-o-Alaikum brother! What has happened to your leg?”

He replied:

“Didn’t you hear? I was the boy who refused to fetch my Qaari Sahab dahi (yoghurt) from the shop because I was tired.”

I was dumbfounded when I heard this. I then asked:

“Why would your Qaari Sahab need dahi during the class?”

He gave me a scornful laugh and said:

“You are new here, right? Your Qaari Sahab will ask you to get him something from your home or market any time he wants to. You will look quite similar to me if you ever refuse. Obviously, you are not paid by your Qaari Sahab for anything he wants you to bring him. My Qaari Sahab wanted to have some lassi (yoghurt drink) during class. That is why he wanted me to get him dahi.“

Later that day, I related this story to my mother who said:

“If your Qaari Sahab ever needs anything from you, just let me know and I’ll send it over.”

And thus, I was given my first cell phone. I was puzzled. Why would my mother send stuff to my Qaari Sahab just because he wanted it? We are not obliged to be his servants by any means. But when I asked the question, my mother advised me not to question elders.

In a few days, my fears came true and my Qaari Sahab asked me to get him some biscuits from the market. Like a good, faithful student I did. As days passed, my Qaari Sahab came up with more and more outrageous demands. Sometimes he wanted me to get him a good topi (hat) while at other occasions he ordered me to get him a new dupatta for his wife. I faithfully obeyed. My mother was happier than ever as she thought that I was my Qaari Sahab’s favourite student. She would send over things my Qaari Sahab wanted and sometimes she even sent something extra.

One day I was reciting the Quran when my Qaari Sahab asked me to come and sit beside him. When I did, he said:

“I lost my mobile phone last night. I can’t find it anywhere.”

I looked at him with a sorry-to-hear-that expression and started reciting the Quran again. He, however, interrupted and said:

“Can I have your cell phone until I can find my own?”

I was shocked. How could he just ask for my cell phone like that? It was my first cell phone and I loved it more than I loved Winnie the Pooh. I refused to hand it over, and walked back to my usual place in the classroom. Well, that turned out to be a big mistake. It really got the Qaari Sahab angry. He didn’t say anything at the time, but kept giving me intense glares. I was a stubborn young boy so I ignored his angry gestures, and told myself that I would not, at any cost, hand over my cell phone to him. Not even if my mother asked me to.

The very next day I got delayed at school due to detention. There was only a half hour gap between my school’s closing time and my madrassa’s opening. I rushed home, changed, skipped lunch and sped out again to the madrassa. When I reached the entrance of my classroom, I found my Qaari Sahab shaking with rage. He called me over and said:

“Spread your hands.”

I couldn’t understand why I was being punished when many students arrived 30 minutes late due to legitimate reasons and they weren’t even questioned. I explained to my Qaari Sahab why I was late, but my pleas fell on deaf ears. To my disbelief, he answered:

“Your school is your problem, not mine. Spread your hands now!”

Obeying my Qaari Sahab, I stretched out my palms towards him. He took out a thick stick from under the carpet. The stick was about 15 inches long, wrapped in two layers, duct-taped and then with a piece of a rubber pipe. I didn’t get the chance to pull back my hands because as soon as he took out the stick, he smacked both my hands twice with all the might in him.

For one moment I couldn’t feel my hands. I looked down and a few tears sprung to my eyes. My hands were red, bright red. And just then they started throbbing painfully. I respectfully asked my Qaari Sahab to allow me to go to the washroom to wash my hands with some cold water, but he refused and threatened to smack my butt if I didn’t sit down. Now, I wasn’t about to let him go anywhere near my butt. So I instantly sat down and started reciting the Quran again. Later that day, I complained to my mother that I was beaten by my Qaari Sahab. She blamed me for my tardiness and advised me to reach on time in the future.

A few days later as I was reciting the Quran in my classroom when my cell phone beeped. Someone had sent me a text message. Unfortunately, my Qaari Sahab heard it ring. He called me over and asked me to hand over my cell phone to him. I told him that I will make sure that my cell phone is always silent from now on. In an abrupt action he picked up his stick and gave me a good smack on my right leg. That made me leave my cell phone on his desk right away. I walked back home with a pale face.

The next day I found my Qaari Sahab using my cell phone for his personal use.

Months passed as I watched my fellow students being beaten mercilessly and looted by my Qaari Sahab. Everyone was so afraid that no one ever dared to speak out against him. By then, the true image of Qaari Sahab had surfaced and I started to despise him from the very depths of my heart. This led me to frequently, purposely skip my classes at the madrassa. I would spend the time with my friends and lie to my mother about going. But I could only skip a day or two a week without being noticed as any student who didn’t attend more than four classes a week was beaten by their respective Qaari Sahab and their parents were called in.

As I had started skipping my classes more frequently, I needed a good excuse. For this, I designed a mechanism to bunk without being beaten or my parents being called over. Any student who wished to skip more than two days was supposed to get an application delivered and signed by the madrassa’s Naib Nazim. One day I gathered the courage and went over to the office of my madrassa’s Naib Nazim, probably one of the most feared personalities of any madrassa. He was a middle-aged man, his beard unusually red and he had an evil sparkle in his eyes.

I had written an application, forging my mother’s handwriting, asking the Naib Nazim to grant me one week’s leave. He failed to recognise the fake handwriting and signed the application. That day I walked home, very proud of myself for tricking everyone. From that day on, I only visited my madrassa twice a week: one visit for sitting in the class and reciting the Quran like everyone else and the other visit to get just another application signed by the Naib-Nazim for long leave. This went on for three to four months, until I started running out of excuses. At this point, I knew this couldn’t go on any further. I said to myself:

“I have to get away from these thieves – as far away as possible.”

Soon after, I went to the Naib Nazim’s office. I was planning on telling him that I was leaving permanently and wouldn’t be back. As soon as I reached his office, however, the Naib Nazim’s private guard told me that I should wait outside for a while as the maulvi was busy inside with some guests. Just then a car arrived and the guard got distracted. Sensing an opportunity I took a quick peek inside his office from the window and I stopped dead. I couldn’t believe what I had seen. Was it an illusion? I had to take another look to make sure my eyes weren’t deceiving me.

They weren’t.

The maulvi was sitting in his usual place near his desk. There was another young boy in his office. He was older than me, around 12 or 13 years old. I had never seen him before but he was wearing a topi just like mine. He was a student, just like me, who had gone to discuss a problem with the maulvi just like I had.

The Naib Nazim had made him turn around, and had placed his hand inside the boy’s underpants. He was sexually abusing him. The boy could easily have been me.

I was absolutely devastated. Shaking, I fled the scene, tears streaming down my shocked face.

I could not believe that my mother had sent me to a place where children were sodomised by supposed mentors. I felt rage building up inside me – rage against my mother, rage against the Naib Nazim, rage on behalf of the poor boy who somehow got trapped by him, and rage against my Qaari Sahab.

By then I had understood that every Qaari Sahab and every employee of that madrassa had a good rapport with each other and they all “had each other’s back”. So if the Naib Nazim enjoyed sexually abusing young boys then the remaining Qaari Sahabs would play dumb as they were all friends with each other.

That day I went home, not uttering a single word to anyone. I was sure of one thing; I was never ever going back to that madrassa again. When my mother asked me why I was not going to the madrassa, I lost my nerve and shot back:

“Ma, if you ever try sending me back to that place or any place like that, I will run away from home and won’t ever return.”

From that day on, I wasn’t forced to go to the madrassa. More than 12 years have passed, and I haven’t told anyone what I saw. Until today. The madrassa I used to go to is still one of the biggest madrassas of Karachi. Hundreds of innocent children still go to that place and many fall victim to sexual abuse, physical abuse, bullying, and mental torture.

The Qaari Sahab who ‘taught’ me back then still teaches there. And so does the Naib Nazim. I have sent many letters to the Nazim of the madrassa asking him to keep a stern check on his employees but I have yet to see a Qaari being fired by the administration.

In a desperate plea, I would like to send this message to all parents: Don’t ever, ever send your child to a madrassa. You will not only lose your child’s innocence but you might also lose your child to the numerous beatings at the hands of these ‘blessed’ men.


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