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The Hypocrisy Of Islam

Posted in America, Britain, Christianity, European Union, Human Rights, Immigrants, Muslim, News, Religion, Sharia Law with tags , , , , on 17/05/2014 by floroy1942

It emerged last week that a Sudanese woman is to be hanged for ‘leaving the Muslim religion of Islam to become a Christian’ and marrying a Christian man. Muslims continue to insist their religion is one of peace, but daily, the facts make that statement a lie.

Meriam Yehya Ibrahim Ishag With Her Husband

Meriam Yehya Ibrahim Ishag With Her Husband

Meriam Yehya Ibrahim Ishag told the Islamic court in Khartoum Sudan, that she had been brought up an Orthodox Christian by her Christian mother,  because her father, who followed Islam, was never at home during her childhood.  The court refused to accept this, and even called her by her Muslim name of Adraf Al-Hadi Mohammed Abdullah during the trial.

Muslim Hanging

Muslim Hanging

The woman, who is eight months pregnant, was charged with apostasy, meaning she changed her religion from Muslim to Christianity which is forbidden in Islam.  She was also sentenced to 100 lashes for ‘adultery’ because she married a Christian, and the marriage is not recognized under Islamic law.

The hypocrisy of Islamic law becomes evident at this point because she was condemned for marrying a Christian, but her own mother was also a Christian and her father followed Islam. But such is the dominance of men in Islam that they can marry whomsoever they please, but a woman cannot.

The Brutality Of Sharia Law

The Brutality Of Sharia Law

Sudan is a Muslim country and governed under Sharia Law, the Islamic system of law so criticized by anyone with a sense of decency. To say that it is barbaric is by anyone’s standards, putting it mildly. Under Islamic law it is forbidden to have any other religion but Islam, and any who change to another religion are systematically put to death. It is also forbidden to marry outside the Islamic religion.

And yet, Muslims will have us believe it is a religion of peace!

The Lashes Punishment

The Lashes Punishment

The judge was ‘magnanimous’ in giving her three days to change her mind and accept Islam but she refused. In a well publicized show of ‘mercy’ the sentence will not be carried out until two years after her child is born. The 100 lashes will be inflicted after she has recovered from the childbirth.  It’s nice to see that Sharia is such a merciful system of law is it not.

As you would expect, Amnesty International and other human rights groups have protested at the disgraceful conduct of the court and the charges brought against Meriam Ishtag.  Amnesty’s Sudan researcher Manar Idriss is quoted as saying: “The fact that a woman has been sentenced to death for her religious choice, and to flogging for being married to a man of an allegedly different religion is appalling and abhorrent.”

Sudan

Sudan

The embassies of the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands issued a joint statement expressing “deep concern” about the case and urged Sudan to respect the right to freedom of religion. Of course their ‘deep concern‘ will carry a lot of weight with these people and be completely disregarded. Many in Sudan have also protested against the court’s ruling, but naturally they have fallen on deaf ears.

Farouk Chothia of the BBC in Africa reported: There is a long-running debate in Islam over whether apostasy is a crime. Some liberal scholars hold the view that it is not – and back up their argument by citing the Koranic verse which states: “There shall be no compulsion in religion.” Others say apostasy is tantamount to treason – and refer to what Prophet Muhammad said: “It is not permissible to spill the blood of a Muslim except in three [instances]: A life for a life; a married person who commits adultery; and one who forsakes his religion and separates from the community.” The latter is the dominant view in conservative Muslim states such as Sudan, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan and the cause of much religious tension.

Preparation For Stoning

Preparation For Stoning

The very idea of Islamic, or Sharia Law has been debated for many years, mainly for it’s sheer barbarity and brutality. Men and women hung in a public place from lampposts or cranes or beheaded in the town square, the stoning to death of women and occasionally men who committed adultery, and the hacking off of the hand of a thief. No other religion on earth displays such foul practices and yet it is perfectly acceptable to the Muslim world.

Many of these laws are used to settle disputes using false evidence, as for example a man who wishes to be free of his wife. He need only accuse her of adultery with a couple of people as ‘witnesses’, and she is buried up to the shoulders and  stones are thrown at her head by a baying crowd until she is dead.

They Should Add The Line As Interpreted By Fanatics!

They Should Add The Line “As Interpreted By Fanatics!”

It is indeed sad that in this century, mankind has still not learnt the lessons of history and maintain this brutal form of law. It may well have been acceptable in the dark ages but not in today’s modern world. All other religions left this idea of law behind centuries ago, but still the Muslim world continue to practice it. The sad part is that it will never change because it is so deep rooted in the Islamic ideology. It has become the focus of their being and there is no wish to change.

Appearing in More And More British Cities.

Appearing in More And More British Cities.

Harping back to an old theme in my posts, I dread to think what will happen when the Muslims try to take over European countries as they are sure to do at some time in the future. The mass immigration to European countries by those of the Muslim faith, coupled with their very high birthrate make it almost inevitable. They are already in the process of insinuating themselves into local/national governments and education across Europe, especially in Britain. If they do succeed in taking over Europe, you can be sure that America will be next, for the signs are already there.

The Headline Speaks For Itself!

The Headline Speaks For Itself!

Already there are areas within Holland, Belgium and Britain where Sharia law is practiced and the governments do nothing to stamp it out. If it means a mass raid by the police, or even the army, to remove all those practicing Sharia then so be it. European countries should be run under European law and no other, and anyone who thinks differently should be put on the first boat back to their country of origin.

Enoch Powell - Without Doubt A Visionary.

Enoch Powell – Without Doubt A Visionary.

I find it hard to imagine that the western population will accept Sharia Law in Europe. If the Muslims attempt such a thing there will indeed be blood in the streets as predicted by Enoch Powell so long ago.

May your God always be with you.

Roy.

The “Power’ Drug

Posted in Ahmadinajad, Elections, Free Speech, Government, Haiti, Health, Human Rights, Insanity, Iran, Modern World, MP's, North Korea, President, Riot, Somaila, UN, United Nations with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 19/12/2010 by floroy1942

...and you will do as I say, or else!

History has shown us time and again the steps some power-hungry people will take to consolidate their grip on power. One only has to go back to the Second World War and look at the profiles of men like Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin, to find out what some men are capable of in the their quest to remain in control of a country and its people. Today is no different, even though the tactics used by some have changed.

Stalin - The Russian Butcher

Just as in the past, repression of free speech and all dissension against them is used by many, but today the approach by others is more subtle. Voting by the people for their leaders has been a common practice for many years, but these days one can no longer rely on this democratic process.

In recent years, country after country around the world has been embroiled in dispute, and even civil war, after so-called free elections. Famous among these are Zimbabwe, Iran, Myanmar, Kenya, Sudan, Somalia, Kazakhstan, Georgia, and so the list goes on.

Mugabe - His Countries Assassin.

In many countries like Zimbabwe and North Korea, dissension is a thing of the past, for any word uttered against the leader means instant death. President Mugabe hit the world headlines during the last general election in 2008 when he actually lost to the opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).

Zanu Victims

Prior to the next round of voting, Mugabe supporters began a reign of terror, carried out mainly by his ZANU party members, who roamed the streets killing, or chopping off the limbs of opposition supporters with machetes.

It was diplomatic pressure from the rest of the world that finally forced Mugabe to accept a supposed power-sharing deal with his opponent Norman Tsvangari, who became Prime Minister. There is little doubt however that the true power remained in the hands of the president.  Lately it has been announced that the deal, which is due for review in February next year, will be scrapped by Mugabe.

Kim Jong-il the Death Merchant.

North Korea, like China, is a totalitarian regime with all the power in the hands of Kim Jong-il who took over from his father Kim Jong-sung when he died in 1994. Even a careless word that is overheard will lead to a lengthy, if not life time period of detention in the infamous labour camps which have been likened to the concentration camps of the Nazi’s.

The Opposition in a Cage - Suu Kyi

Myanmar (Burma) by contrast, solved the opposition problem by annulling the 1990 election in which the National League for Democracy under Aung San Suu Kyi won an overwhelming victory. The military junta placed Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest where she has spent the greater part of the time since 1990 despite international calls for her release.

Currently, we have Haiti and the Ivory Coast in turmoil because of ‘rigged’ elections.

The problem in Ivory Coast is so severe, that it would seem civil war is imminent. Two contenders for the leadership, and now two separate leaders, each with their own ‘government’ vying for power over the whole country which is currently split North/South. The United Nations have told the ‘out-going’ president, Laurent GBagbo that he should stand aside, but to no avail. It would take but a small spark to ignite this tinderbox.

Haiti meanwhile, has its own cross to bear, exacerbated by the fact the country has still not recovered from the devastating earthquake this year, and the following cholera epidemic. But still the politicians vie for power and control.

Chavez - Ambitious Showman

There are also dictators in the making such as Hugo Chavez in Venezuela. After coming to power in 1999 he survived a coup d’etat attempt in 2002 and then set about strengthening his position by removing the requirement under the countries constitution for presidents to serve no more than two terms in office. Since then he has further consolidated his power by taking full control of government.

Lukoshenko - Cementing a Position of Power

The West is also accusing Lukashenko of Belarus of following in the footsteps of Hugo Chavez. In 2004 he also changed the constitution, removing the maximum of two terms for a president. While it seems certain he will once again be voted in as president during the current elections, few doubt that the results have been corrupted.

It makes me wonder why these people are so in love with power, for with power comes huge responsibility.

Cholera Victim - Zimbabwe

If you run a country you are supposed to care for your people by making sure they have jobs, suitable housing, and education. The power mongers it seems, care little for this side of the job. In fact, in countries like Zimbabwe, there is 85% unemployment, rampant cholera, starvation and death. In North Korea there is also widespread starvation and disease.

So what do these megalomaniacs gain from this? They are by rote, extravagantly rich from all the money they siphon off for themselves, they have the power of life and death over the people they govern, and quite often have a significant influence on their neighbouring countries e.g. North/South Korea. They also have political standing in the world, mingling with world leaders and top politicians at many top conferences, and the United Nations at will.

Personally I fail to see the attraction of it all, but there is little doubt many do.

Roy.



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