38 Christians killed in Deadly Bombing in Baghdad by Islamic Militants

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BAGHDAD – Islamic Sunni militants targeted Iraq’s Christian community on the auspicious occasion of Christmas in THREE different attacks, killing at least 38 people, say Iraqi officials. 

In one attack, a car bomb went off in the Southern neighbourhood of Dora near a major Church, killing 26 people, and wounding another 48, many of them were children and women. 

Earlier before that, two other bombs went of through a nearby outdoor market simultaneously in the Christian section of Athorien, killing 11 people and wounding 21, 15 of the wounded were women or children. 

The Iraq-based leader of the Chaldean Catholic Church, Louis Sako, said the parked car bomb exploded after Christmas Mass and that none of the worshippers were hurt. Sako said he didn’t believe the church was the target. 

The Christian community in Iraq is slowly disappearing, with only 400,000 Christians residing in Iraq, in 1950, that number was much higher. Christians are being persecuted by Al Qaeda, and continue to be, although it is not clear if the Al Qaeda was involved in this particular attack, but they have previously attacked many Christians in Iraq. 

The Al Qaeda-Taliban slow merger in the middle-east has been opening the doors for more attacks in Muslim, and neighbouring non-Muslim countries on non-Muslims. For example the recent Church bombings in Peshawar, Pakistan, done by the Taliban, vowing to continue until NATO leaves the Muslim Khalifah, at the same time of the Church bombings, Al Shabab’s militant group also attacked the Nairobi West Mall, an organisation funded by Al Qaeda. 

During the Eid-ul-fitra celebrations in Kashmir, a mob of 20,000 Muslims attacked Hindus after reciting the Qur’an, they rioted and destroyed many buildings.

Muslims have an evil agenda, and it is time to wake up before it is too late!

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The photo above is the Christian community in Baghdad mourning their loss. 

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The BBC does not understand that Britain is at war with Islam

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Lee Rigby’s fiancée, Aimee West, 23, condemned the BBC for inviting radical Islamist Anjem Choudary on the Radio 4’s Today programme to give his radical opinion on the soldiers murder. What he said was expected, he said he supported the killings, and that all British soldiers deserve the same death for killing Muslim Jihadis in Afghanistan and Iraq. 

The BBC clearly doesn’t understand that they are the BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION, and not the ISLAMIC JIHADIST TELEVISION NETWORK. They are supposed to be standing up for the British, and saving Britain from the mass genocide that will take place due to Islamic immigration. 

Miss West said: ‘I’m all for free speech, but the BBC is wrong to give such a big platform to hate preachers who are brainwashing young people and inciting such acts of horrific violence.’

Miss West called the Muslims cowards;  “They are cowards, not soldiers. They used a car as a weapon to attack my Lee from behind and when he was unarmed.”

British soldiers are TRUE heroes, but Muslims are savage filthy cowards who immigrate to our nation and plan to kill us. Muslims have killed millions of Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, Atheists, Jews, homosexuals, minorities and others in their past 1,400 years of existence. 

The Sahih Bukhari, which is a historical Islamic text, clearly states that all Muslims are representatives of Allah, therefore of Islam. The two Muslims who killed Lee were REPRESENTING the message of ALLAH. Why hasn’t the BBC mentioned this yet. 

WE ARE AT WAR with ISLAM, and we WILL NOT SURRENDER! 

Pakistan’s new military commander being paid by American tax money

   On October 19th, 2013, the US government had pledged $1.6 billion (USD) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for their assistance. This money was sent to be used for the Pakistani military, the American government claiming that it is to fight the Taliban. 

On November 27th, taking advantage of the new flow of foreign aid, Pakistan has now hired a new military commander. Raheel Sharif, who was appointed to his position strictly due to his family relation to Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif, who has ties to radical Islamist groups in Kashmir, and supports the holocaust of Pakistani Hindus, as the Times of India has confirmed. 

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Pakistani textbooks for children were also under fire for teaching radical hate, anti-Hindu, anti-Western hatred. They taught that India and America are responsible for all problems in Pakistan. The new Pakistani military commander has shown his support for these books many times before he was appointed to his position. 

The State Department told Congress that the U.S. hadn’t conducted any significant military financing for Pakistan since the “challenging and rapidly changing period of U.S.-Pakistan relations” in 2011 and 2012. The department stressed the importance now of enhancing Pakistan’s anti-terrorism capabilities through better communications, night vision capabilities, maritime security and precision striking with F16 fighter jets.

The department told Congress on July 25 that it would spend $295 million to help Pakistan’s military. Twelve days later it announced $386 million more. A pair of notifications, arriving on Aug. 13 and worth $705 million, centered on helping Pakistani troops and air forces operating in the militant hotbeds of western Pakistan, and other counterinsurgency efforts.

The administration had until the end of September to provide Congress with “reprogramming” plans at the risk of forfeiting some of the money, which spans federal budgets from 2009-2013.

The Pakistani military although does not have the cleanest history, previously it has been accuse several times of allegedly burning Christians alive in their homes, and not responding properly to the bomb blast at the Peshawar Christian Church a few months ago, killing 80. 

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Americans should be asking where their tax dollars are really going. 

The Pakistani embassy in Washington would not comment about the aid, nor comment about Sharif’s specific programs. 

 

Islam is REALLY banned in Angola

Islam is REALLY banned in Angola

Despite what some African media outlets may say, Angola has successfully banned Islam, and the demolition of Mosques have begun.

The Embassy of the Republic of Angola in Delhi replied to our email on Tuesday confirming the information to us, the act was justified under the constitution of Angola. Muslim-Christian riots were common in Africa.

In most Muslim countries other religions are prohibited. People who believe in other ideas such as Christianity, Judaism, homosexuality, paganism, Hinduism, Buddhism etc are immediately hanged. An example is the young Christian mother of two in Pakistan who was sentenced to death by the government of Pakistan because the village people had suspected she was a Christian and burnt pages of the Qur’an.

The attitudes of the Muslim community in Angola even before the banning of Islam told their barbaric story.

“We collected the blood from the Christians, we butchered them, and drank it.” – Nasir Isiaku.

Nasir was a Muslim leader in Angola, the man who took part in fuelling anti-Christian hatred that part of Africa.

Islam is treason, is it time ALL non-Muslim countries ban Islam?

Muslims celebrated Eid-Al-Adha in Russia, major roads closed down to allow a cult to worship their ‘God’

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Muslims in Russia on Tuesday mark their most important holiday – Eid al-Adha, due to which motor transport traffic in a number of Moscow districts will be restricted.

“Due to the religious events in mosques, motor traffic will be restricted from midnight until their end in Durov Street – from the Olympic Avenue to Mira Avenue; in Gilyarovsky Street – from Durov Street to Kapelsky Side Street; in Meshchanskaya Street – from Durov Street to Sadovaya-Sukharevskaya Street; in Shchepkina Street – from Sadovaya-Sukharevskaya Street to Samarskaya Street,” the city traffic police said.

In addition, motor traffic will be restricted in the Bolshaya Tatarskaya Street – from Sadovnichesky Lane to Bolshoi Tatarsky Side Street, as well as in the Vypolzov, Maly Tatarsky, Stary Tolmachevsky and Ozerkovsky Side Streets. Traffic police have called on all drivers of the city to be extremely careful and select alternative routes in advance.

According to the press service of Moscow’s main police department, about 4 thousand police officers, Interior troops and vigilantes will be ensuring security during the Eid al-Adha celebration events.

It is prohibited to carry bladed article, large bags, plastic, glass and other containers with liquids at the festive events for terrorism security considerations. If suspicious people are noticed in the crowd or some abandoned items, the police should be immediately notified.

“We ask people not to yield to provocations of individuals who may try to use you for their unlawful purposes,” the police department stressed, warning that “any attempts at wrongdoing will be suppressed in strict compliance with the legislation in effect and the perpetrators will be brought to responsibility.”

Eid al-Adha – the Feast of the Sacrifice, is the most important day in the Muslim calendar. This year it is celebrated from 15 to 17 October. In order to cope with the influx of worshipers in mosques, three additional sites have been provided on October 15 in the Russian capital for the Muslim morning prayer: near the Izumrudny sports and recreation complex, in the Park of the 60th Anniversary of the October Revolution and at exhibition hall No. 2 at the Sokolniki park. There are also 25 sites for the prayer services in the suburbs.

In 2012, around 150,000 Muslims took part in the Eid al-Adha celebration events in Moscow.

Article from our friends at Voice of Russia. 

Imam in Port Coquitlam, Canada charged with sexual assault

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Coquitlam RCMP say that the Imam of Masjid Al-Hidaya has been charged with sexual assault. 

The RCMP started investigated in June when someone reported a sexual assault in the Mosque, on Wednesday, Crown counsel approved one count of sex assault against the mosque’s imam, Saadeldin Bahr, who refers to himself and is known in the community as Dr. Saad. 

The RCMP sexual assault unit will be investigating further, and believes that more people may have been involved, and urges any victims, or anyone with information to come forward. 

All members of the Mosque refused to speak to media about the charges laid against their leader. The Muslim Community says they don’t know who the victim even is, whether they are an adult or child, or even male or female, but in a smaller town, that seems to be another lie. 

Sexual assault is uncommon in Canada, especially for a small town like Port Coquitlam, where the people woke up on a September morning to find that this all had happened in their own town, in the name of the religion of peace.

Such acts in the name of Allah should not be tolerated by the Canadian people, and they must fight this! 

SOURCES: Global News BC, and CTV News BC

Men can now marry adopted girls in Iran

Men can now marry adopted girls in Iran

Saeed Kamali Dehghan
theguardian.com, Thursday 26 September 2013 19.11 BST

Parliamentarians in Iran have passed a bill to protect the rights of children which includes a clause that allows a man to marry his adopted daughter and while she is as young as 13 years.

Activists have expressed alarm that the bill, approved by parliament on Sunday, opens the door for the caretaker of a family to marry his or her adopted child if a court rules it is in the interests of the individual child.

Iran’s Guardian Council, a body of clerics and jurists which vets all parliamentary bills before the constitution and the Islamic law, has yet to issue its verdict on the controversial legislation.

To the dismay of rights campaigners, girls in the Islamic republic can marry as young as 13 provided they have the permission of their father. Boys can marry after the age of 15.

In Iran, a girl under the age of 13 can still marry, but needs the permission of a judge. At present, however, marrying stepchildren is forbidden under any circumstances.

As many as 42,000 children aged between 10 and 14 were married in 2010, according to the Iranian news website Tabnak. At least 75 children under the age of 10 were wed in Tehran alone.

Shadi Sadr, a human rights lawyer with the London-based group Justice for Iran, told the Guardian she feared the council would feel safe to put its stamp of approval on the bill while Iran’s moderate president, Hassan Rouhani, draws the attention of the press during his UN visit to New York.

“This bill is legalising paedophilia,” she warned. “It’s not part of the Iranian culture to marry your adopted child. Obviously incest exists in Iran more or less as it happens in other countries across the world, but this bill is legalising paedophilia and is endangering our children and normalising this crime in our culture.”

She added: “You should not be able to marry your adopted children, full stop. If a father marries his adopted daughter who is a minor and has sex, that’s rape.”

According to Sadr, officials in Iran have tried to play down the sexual part of such marriages, saying it is in the bill to solve the issue of hijab [head scarf] complications when a child is adopted.

An adopted daughter is expected to wear the hijab in front of her father, and a mother should wear it in front of her adopted son if he is old enough, Sadr said.

“With this bill, you can be a paedophile and get your bait in the pretext of adopting children,” Sadr said. Some experts believe the new bill is contradictory to Islamic beliefs and would not pass the Guardian Council.

An initial draft of the bill, which had completely banned marriage with adopted children, was not approved by the council and it is feared that MPs introduced the condition for marriage to satisfy the jurists and clergymen. This is why Sadr fears it can pass the council this time.

The bill has prompted backlash in Iran with the reformist newspaper, Shargh, publishing an article warning about its consequences. “How can someone be looking after you and at the same time be your husband?” the article asked.

Shiva Dolatabadi, head of Iran’s society for protecting children’s rights, has also warned that the bill implies that the parliament is legalising incest. “You cannot open a way in which the role of a father or a mother can be mixed with that of an spouse,” she said, according to Shargh. “Children can’t be safe in such a family.”

Execution of juvenile offenders in Iran has also been in spotlight in recent years amid confusion between the age of majority – when minors cease to be legally considered children – and the minimum age of criminal responsibility, which is 15 for boys and nine for girls under Iranian law.