ECHR Ruling: 

"sharia law is incompatible with democracy and human rights"

Source: 

Annual Report 2003 of the European Court of Human Rights

Council of Europe

Summary: 

The narrow, unpaved road snaking through the desert of Upper Egypt does one thing. It connects visitors from Al Minya, the capital city of the Al Minya governorate, to Bishop Samuel Monastery, a Coptic Orthodox institution. The road with no name was carved out for this purpose in the 12th century. Today, as in the ancient day, only Christians have use for this road. Not a soul dares this trip when the Winds of Kamasin whip up the sands from across the great desert in May and June. The air is unbreathable and the road disappears.  

According to the Italian Agenzia Fides (June 9), Egypt’s Interior Minister, Magdi Abdel Ghaffar, during a June 8 meeting with high security officials, stated, “…that churches and monasteries will be at the center of appropriate security measures,” and “…that the state of emergency urges to reduce visits to churches and monasteries.” According to Agenzia, the state apparatus is also advising Christians to avoid “to gather conspicuous crowds at places of worship and prayer” during this emergency phase.  

Ironically, mosques have had state security in place for a few years without the crime statistics to justify the measures. As long as the state deemed this necessary, Muslims were never advised to stay away, avoid worship and stop praying—probably because none of it was necessary. However, now the double standard feeds a divisive message.

For Copts, it means one thing—subjection to Sharia law cloaked in national security regulations. Civilization jihad is being accomplished through state directives that intersect religious Islamic law and, conveniently, the emergency phase can last indefinitely. Meanwhile, Muslim gangs act independent of the state (at times complicit with them) on the Sharia mandate to stop Christian worship and prayer by physically attacking Christians praying in their homes, and police follow with arrests of Christians. 

Country: 
Austria
News Date: 
20/06/2017
Summary: 

Almost 50 per cent of newly-arrived young Austrian Muslim migrants hold anti-Semitic views, a new study published by the University of Teacher Education in Vienna reveals. Der Standard newspaper  that a  recent poll asked Austrian Muslim students if they felt that “Jews have too much influence in Austria.” Almost 48 per cent ans

Country: 
United Kingdom (UK)
News Date: 
17/02/2002
Summary: 

British Islamic extremists have been involved in weapons training with assault rifles at a mosque in London, intelligence sources have told The Observer.

The disclosures that hardline Islamists practised with Kalashnikov AK-47s at the Finsbury Park mosque in north  underline the pivotal role that Britain has played in the recruitment of volunteers to fight alongside Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda group all over the world.

Summary: 

While the cause of the attack remains unclear as of now, the symbolism associated with the venue of the attack is quite telling, in the sense that it represents both the rise of Islamic radicalism in the United Kingdom and the growing fear against it.

The identity change in Muslim youth was accompanied by an alienation from Western ethos, wherein lay the appeal of a large number of Muslim clerics and philosophers who came from abroad. As of 2005, out of 2000 imams serving 1400 mosques, about 1700 had been trained overseas. Abu Hamza was one among a small number from these imams who were staunchly supportive of Islamic extremism.

Country: 
United Kingdom (UK)
News Date: 
16/06/2017
Summary: 

A former teacher at a mosque is facing jail after being found guilty of sexually touching four girls as young as five while they read to him in Arabic from the Quran. Mohammed Haji Saddique, who taught at the Madina Mosque in Cardiff for more than 30 years, would call the girls to sit next to him on the pretence of getting them to read from the Muslim holy book, Cardiff Crown Court heard during his trial

Country: 
Sudan (the)
News Date: 
17/06/2017
Summary: 

While Christians in the U.S.  that Ramadan is an entirely benign religious observance, their coreligionists in Muslim countries do not have that luxury.

Country: 
Australia
News Date: 
16/06/2017
Summary: 
  • Federal senator Cory Bernardi has called for Australian army imam to be sacked
  • He claims imam Mohamadu Nawaz Saleem is a public support of Hizb ut-Tahrir
  • The 'radical' group wants worldwide Sharia Law and to end the fight against ISIS
  • Mr Bernardi said imam Saleem's views were 'wholly incompatable' with the ADF
  • It comes after Sheikh Tawhidi withdrew his bid to take up the ADF's imam role

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Country: 
Sri Lanka
News Date: 
15/06/2017
Summary: 

Girls of any age can wake up married, without having given their consent

Summary: 

All I can say to my fellow Muslims is, 'We have met the enemy and he is us.'

Today we Muslims face a crisis like never before. With Saudi Arabia and Qatar at each other's throats ... [and] dictators flexing muscle in Egypt and Pakistan, all I can say to my fellow Muslims is to echo the cartoon character Pogo when he said, "We have met the enemy and he is us."

Allow me to share with you a quote about the depth of the ossification that has rendered too many Muslim minds irrational, unreasonable and in need of anger management. In 1974, the Cornell-educated Indian Islamic scholar Hashim Amir-Ali translated the Qur'an and published it in its chronological order, the way it was revealed, as against how it was collated many years after the death of Prophet Muhammad.

He wrote in the preamble:

The Qur'an is read parrot-like in most Muslim homes. ... The religion that passes for Islam today – the Islam of the masses and of the ruling classes in every Muslim country – is the Islam of the Middle Ages and not exactly the Islam of the Qur'an or the Prophet. ... The lines of thought laid down a thousand years ago have vitiated the entire course of Muslim thought and history. It is this legacy of the past that has to be faced today.

Admin: Hmmm.........

Summary: 
  • The "religious-freedom" plea unwittingly exposes the false claims made by prominent Muslims -- such as Iranian-American religion scholar/TV host Reza Aslan and Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour, who have insisted that female genital mutilation (FGM) is "not an Islamic practice."

  • According to National Health Service statistics, at least one girl each hour is subjected to this excruciating procedure in the United Kingdom alone -- and this is nearly 30 years after it was outlawed there.

  • FGM is no less appalling a crime than rape or slavery, yet self-described feminists in the West -- including Muslims such as Linda Sarsour and non-Muslim activists on a crusade against "Islamophobia" -- are either silent when it comes to barbaric practices or deny their connection to Islam. Does she also support slavery, another practice supported by Islam?

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