Mecca

I am sick to death of the double standards

screenshot-whaleoil

screenshot-whaleoil

If I was in an Islamic country I would be forced to show respect for their culture by wearing a hijab just as female politicians have when visiting Islamic countries.Western women in Islamic countries are expected to submit to their values and culture yet many Muslim women refuse to submit to Western values and culture. This is a blatant double standard and I am sick of our media defending it.

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop holds a press conference with her Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif following a meeting in Tehran on April 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ATTA KENARE

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop holds a press conference with her Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif following a meeting in Tehran on April 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ATTA KENARE

Read more »

Taking points to help you when discussing Islam with others

I am skilled in the art of persuasion. I use analogies a lot as they can be used effectively to illustrate a point and are easy to understand. An analogy is a comparison in which an idea or a thing is compared to another thing that is quite different from it. It aims at explaining that idea or thing by comparing it to something that is familiar.

Here are two talking points that can be explained using an analogy.

  • To help keep the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists safe, all Main stream media? should immediately re-publish the cartoons.

Analogy: The school bully is big and strong and he likes to beat up kids who wear glasses. One day the entire student body turns up wearing glasses. The bully no longer has a clear target. He also now knows that all the students are standing in solidarity with the kids who genuinely need glasses. This is intimidating as he realises that all the students are against his actions. He can no longer count on the others turning a blind eye to his actions.d0f811fbd96b4a3da862d79522cec602

Read more »

The dominating minority [ some disturbing images ]

The below video is a shapshot of New Zealand’s future if we follow in the steps of Belgium or any other country that has encouraged Islamic immigration.

A few facts for you about Belgium:

  • Islam is the largest minority religion in Belgium, practiced by an estimated 6% of the total population
  • ?An 2011 estimation by Belgian academic Jan Hertogen shows that more than 900,000 people have a foreign background from Islamic countries.
  • Moroccan and Turkish immigrants began coming in large numbers to Belgium starting in the 1960s as guest workers. Though the guest-worker program was abolished in 1974, many immigrants stayed and brought their families using family reunification laws. Today the Muslim community continues to grow through marriage migration. More than 60% of Moroccan and Turkish youth marry partners from their home countries.
  • Since 2009, Mohamed is the most popular given name in Brussels and Antwerp, Belgium’s two largest cities.
    In 1974, Islam was recognized as one of the subsidized religions in Belgium and the Muslim Executive of Belgium was founded in 1996. In 2006, the government gave ?6.1 million (US$7.7 million) to Islamic groups.
  • There are an estimated 328-380 mosques in the country.
  • According to a 2006 opinion poll, 61% of the Belgian population thought tensions between Muslims and other communities would increase in the future.

-wiki

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDKk15KcqNk

Read more »

Interesting comparison between Jesus and Muhammad

I enjoyed this article because it addresses the fact that throughout history religion has been used as an excuse for war. People have killed in the name of their God. Given this undisputed fact, how can we describe Christianity or Islam as a religion of peace? How do we decide if either or neither are inherently peaceful?

It turns out that the best way to judge a religion or political ideology is to look at both the words and the actions of the person who started the movement in the first place. If I start a religion and I tell my followers to never eat meat and I write my rules down for never eating meat and I myself never eat meat, then any follower who eats meat is therefore not a true follower. They have no right to call themselves a follower of my religion as they do not emulate my actions, my words or my rules.

Islam claims to be a religion of peace. Christianity also claims to be a religion of peace. Are both claims true or is only one of the two religions truly of peace?

 

Prophet Hazrat Muhammad Muhammad PBUH Quotes

Read more »

Some people really don’t understand what halal means

A restaurant in Western Australia is copping a flogging for serving halal meat.

The dopey owner thinks that halal just means that the animal was blessed without realising that there is actually a prescribed manner in which the animal must be killed.

A WEST Australian cafe owner says she was horrified to cop abuse from strangers on social media for selling halal meat, but has also been swamped by messages of support.

Mahaini Taylor, owner of Bunbury?s Mots Cafe, which sells traditional Cocos Malay cuisine food, said one negative review on their Facebook page sparked a torrent of anti-Islamic comments. ?It?s been really overwhelming. It?s been crazy online,? she told ABC radio on Wednesday.

?There were a lot of irrelevant things … that we?re supporting terrorism and all of that. It was a real shock. It?s horrible.?

She said it appeared many of the people who had posted the comments didn?t properly understand what halal meat was, so the cafe embarked on an online education campaign.

Sounds promising…but wait.

?Halal meat is no different to any meat anywhere around the world,? the cafe posted. ?The only difference is how it?s been slaughtered. Halal meat is hand slaughtered. Halal is simply blessing the animal with words of appreciation, and the sacrifice of its life, to feed mankind.?

Yeah, nah.

Halal meat must be not only slaughtered in a prescribed manner it must also be prepared according to Shariah law.? Read more »

Saudi Arabia’s great big wall to keep out ISIS

When Israel built a wall to keep out terrorists the left-wing and media called them racist and creating an apartheid state. They continue this insult to this day.

I wonder perhaps what those same people, including anti-semitic cartoonist Malcolm Evans?who is now residing at Martyn Martin Bradbury’s hate-speech blog will say about the Great Saudi Wall being built to keep out ISIS.

430-1421230259686332861

 

When a raiding party from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant attacked a Saudi border post last week, it was no mere hit on a desert outpost.

The jihadists were launching an assault on the new, highest profile effort by Saudi Arabia to insulate itself from the chaos engulfing its neighbours. ? Read more »

Dissent of the Day – There is nothing to worry about? Yeah, Nah!

by Travis Poulson

After the post Dissent of the Day – There is nothing to worry about I thought I’d do a little homework in regards to the writers attitude of ‘we’re not that bad really‘.

Below I have compiled a list of current world conflicts and highlighted the ones that involve Muslims or Islamic extremists in bold text, not exclusively but involved as a combatant in some capacity.

For some of the conflicts I have listed the groups for the obvious lesser known involvement

+Mexican drug war Iran (alleged), Hezbollah (alleged)
+Syrian Civil War
+Iraqi insurgency
+2014 Iraq Crisis
+ISIS War
+South Sudanese Civil War
+Israeli?Palestinian conflict
+Afghan Civil War (Taliban insurgency)
+Somali Civil War (numerous Islamist groups) Read more »

Dissent of the Day – There is nothing to worry about

One of 12 entrances to one of the holy sites (A twin 2km pedestrian tunnel complete with travelators). The whole complex can handle 300,000 people per hour.

One of 12 entrances to one of the holy sites (A twin 2km pedestrian tunnel complete with travelators). The whole complex can handle 300,000 people per hour.

A reader emails:


 

There is nothing to worry about.

There is no cunning Islamic Plan to take over NZ or the world.

I have held back on my comments over the past few months. But the daily anti-Islamic comments are surprising given the ?I am not a racist? attitude of many of your commentators.

I have just had the pleasure (no honour) in participating in a 4 week trip to Saudi Arabia visiting the two holiest sites of Islam, Makah (Mecca) & Medina as part of the annual Hajj pilgrimage.

I can assure your readers that ISIS and the brain dead followers were not there recruiting, nor are they at the mosques I attend in NZ.

We were a proud group of Kiwis, representing NZ, walking behind the Silver fern (picture attached) amongst 4 million other peace loving people.

I met, stayed with, talked & generally shared 4 weeks with doctors, teachers, Engineers , farmers, (Nigerian Businessmen.. nearly cracked up on that one),? from virtually every country. (I could not? find anyone from North Korea).

We (Kiwis) came from NZ, Fiji, Pakistan, Somali, & the Middle East.. but all call NZ home. ?? Read more »

Photo Of The Day

Picture: Camera Press

Picture: Camera Press

Bin Laden family vacationing in Falun, Sweden in 1971 Read more »

×