Daily Archives: March 19, 2006

Dutch Socialist leader, worried about the high number of inmigrants -Muslims- in the ranks of his party.

From The Brussels Journal:

Wouter Bos, the leader of the Partij van de Arbeid (PvdA), the Dutch Labour Party, is worried about the high number of immigrants in the ranks of his own party. Bos won the Dutch municipal elections on 7 March by catering for the immigrants, who consequently tipped the balance in favour of the PvdA. Almost half the elected PvdA politicians in major Dutch cities where the PvdA is the largest party, such as Amsterdam and Rotterdam, are now Muslims.

In an interview last Friday Wouter Bos said that he is worried about this situation. “We are bound to run into trouble with our new immigrant councillors,” he predicted. The PvdA leader said their “political culture” is often incompatible with Dutch politics, because the immigrants “conduct politics according to the culture of their home countries, where clientelism is the norm.

Clientelism? What does that mean? Does that means corruption? Well, that is very worrying indeed BUT there is another problem: will they ask for the application of shari’a, for poligamy, for the killing of homosexuals or for people who abandon religion… when they are the majority of the people in the Party?

Though Bos concedes that it was a risk to put forward so many immigrant candidates (wasn’t that a form of clientelism?) he defended his party’s decision to do so.

[…] Bos’s warning concerning immigrant politicians has led to angry reactions from indigenous Dutch and immigrants alike. Yesterday a native Dutch citizen wrote in a website comment:

“Wouter Bos has an image problem now that the PvdA has visibly become the Party of the Immigrants. […] The party is bound to be the hostage of the Muslims […] and will ultimately perish as a result of it. By then, however, Wouter Bos will have been Prime Minister of the Netherlands for eight years and will receive an advance payment to write his memoirs before emigrating to the United States, Australia or Canada…”

Fouad Sidali, an Amsterdam PvdA politician said about his party leader’s remarks:

“This is nonsense. Bullshit.”

Well, I would like to know what will happen in Spain, where Mr. Rajoy (Popular Party, center-right) has asked for the concession of the right to vote to the inmigrants in the general elections, when the polls say that PP was going to obtain only 19% of the inmigrant vote and PSOE (socialists, left), 44%.

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A UN infamous campaign and the blasphemous Die Welt

More bad news: if this last Friday we knew about the Danish Muslims and their report to the UN Commsioner on Human Rights, today, the Nordish Portal informs of a new UN campaign :

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has started a new campaign against racism, captioned by this newly created, downloadable flyer:

The little Lego piece is quite obviously accentuated in the poster, and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that this is a thinly-veiled reference to Denmark supposedly being a “racist” country.

HT: Plus Ultra

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Dr. Wafa Sultan: the murder that changed my life

Free Republic reports about an interview with Dr. Wafa Sultan (in this blog). Very interesting to read: here is an excerpt:

Sultan never imagined her life would take this path. She was born to a large middle-class family in the Syrian port city of Banias. Her father was a grain trader, her mother a housewife. She has nine brothers and sisters. The family was devoutly Muslim and Sultan, who studied medicine at the University of Aleppo in Damascus, says she never had any reason to doubt her faith. But in 1979, when she was a student, she witnessed a horrifying crime. As she stood chatting with some other students on the university courtyard, armed members of the Muslim Brotherhood began shooting at one of her teachers, killing him on the spot.

“They filled his body with bullets as they shouted ‘Allahu akbar! Allahu akbar! (God is greatest!)’,” she recalls. She says they killed him because he was an Alawite, a member of the same Muslim sect as the Syrian president Hafez al-Assad, whom they wanted to overthrow, even though he had nothing to do with politics.

“This was the turning point of my life,” says Sultan. She began to reread the Koran closely, gradually coming to the conclusion that the violence and oppression of most Muslim governments and some of those fighting against them stemmed directly from the teachings of Islam.

“I began to question every single teaching,” she says. She noticed that “there are too many verses in the Koran which say you must kill those who are non-Muslim; you must kill those who don’t believe in Allah and his messenger. I started to ask: is this right? Is this human? All our problems in the Islamic world, I strongly believe, are the natural outcome of these teachings. Go open any book in any class in any school in any Islamic country and read it. You will see what kind of teachings we have: Islam tells its followers that every non-Muslim is your enemy.”

[…] Sultan has no intention of stopping her attacks on Islam even though she and her family in Syria have been threatened. Two of her brothers have been interrogated by the Syrian secret police, she says, since the Al-Jazeera broadcasts. In fact, Sultan’s long intellectual journey has brought her to a radical conclusion: that reform of Islam is impossible.

“Muslims have been hostages of their beliefs and their teachings for 14 centuries,” she says. “I believe the time has come and the truth should be spoken. I know that I am waging a very difficult war. It is going to take years. I might not be able to see it in my life, but I am strongly sure that the next generation will see the fruits of my writing and my message.”

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Le Pen: No principle to forbid Iran using the nuclear technology for militar or civil purposes

“I do not know in the name of what principle we can forbid to an State the purpose of using the nuclear technology for militar or civil uses”, Le Pen says in an interview in an opinion article from the newspaper of his political party “Français d’abord”. “Why reproach Ahmadenijad what we have not reproached some others before him? WE haven’t made war against India, Pakistan or Israel (…) when these countries began using the nuclear technology for military uses”.

Well, any of these countries has menaced their neighbours with the total destruction as Iran has done…

“After the interventions of Iraq and Afghanistan, a war against Iran is needed so as to make oil supply more secure, also protect Israel and possibly a war of destruction against Islam, as it is the will of the evangelical falcons that control the USA institutions”, he continues.

Oh, yeah, France is totally apart from this problem. We have to remind him then of this words by Ahmadinejad?

“We are in the process of an historical war between the World of Arrogance [i.e. the West] and the Islamic world, and this war has been going on for hundreds of years. … The issue of this [World without Zionism] conference is very valuable. In this very grave war, many people are trying to scatter grains of desperation and hopelessness regarding the struggle between the Islamic world and the front of the infidels …

Is it possible for us to witness a world without America and Zionism? But you had best know that this slogan and this goal are attainable, and surely can be achieved…”

According to Le Pen, France is not menaced by this statement, so then France is not the West. Is it not? And of these others from Hassam Abbasi, a leading adviser to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei?

We have a strategy drawn up for the destruction of Anglo-Saxon civilization and for the uprooting of the Americans and the English. The global infidel front is a front against Allah and the Muslims, and we must make use of everything we have at hand to strike at this front by means of our suicide operations or by means of our missiles. There are 29 sensitive sites in the U.S. and in the West. We have already spied on these sites and we know how we are going to attack them.”

But it is not only the US that Abbasi wants to take on and humiliate. He has described Britain as “the mother of all evils”. In his lecture he claimed that the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, and the Gulf states were all “children of the same mother: the British Empire.” As for France and Germany, they are “countries in terminal decline”, according to Abbasi.

“Once we have defeated the Anglo-Saxons the rest will run for cover,” he told his audience.

Looks like they are not even considering France (and Germany) as a real danger fot their purposes. Chirac -my good opinion of him is lost some time ago because of his treatment to Islamist dictatorships…-, however, menaced terrorists with French nuclear bombs. Looks like France is also feeling threatened, whatever this fascist says.

But we continue with Le Pen:

In the same text, Le Pen also suggests that the recent international clash about the cartoons, is linked to the Teheran: ” They need to make a climate suitable for war against Iran, and what’s better than a very good international problem and about Islam”.

It’s curious what he says, mainly because it was precisely Iran (and Abu Laban) that revived the cartoons issue when they saw that it was likely to be sent to the UN Security Council the nuclear cuestion and to prove they were the leaders of the Umma (Islamic nation) and not Saudi Arabia (link in Spanish). And of course, we have also the importance of the Muslim Brotherhood, just an in Hamas‘ issue.

But Iran has not been the only Muslim country to profit iself of the cartoons story: Saudi Arabia and Lybia have also used them for their own goals.

(Article by Le Pen in Occidentalis -in French-).

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Hamas and its goals

From IBA:

Hamas leader admits that power is not his goal. Well then, what is?:

DAMASCUS (Reuters) – Running the Palestinian Authority will not deflect Hamas from its overriding goal of pursuing a long-term struggle with Israel, the leader-in-exile of the militant Islamist movement said in Damascus.

Being in power is only a means to an end for Hamas,” Khaled Meshaal told a memorial gathering for a deceased Palestinian politician on Thursday night. “Power is not our ultimate goal.

“If it becomes one, let power go to hell. It will not hold us back from our targets which we hold dear,” he said.

Like I always say, you gotta love your enemies, when they tell the truth.

You can also see these two videos. You can also see this: Hamas in its own words, Teaching children to aspire death to Allah. In this last webpage there are also another interesting videos. You can also read Palstinian Children Yearning Martyrdom, encouraging by parents. Last mother appearing in the last link is Umm Nidal.

UPDATE: You can also read this post at Eurabian News (nearly all of it is in English, so you will understand it).

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Five policemen and a pro-government figure killed by the Talebans in Afghanistan

From BBC:

Five Afghan policemen have been killed retrieving the bodies of Macedonian hostages believed to have been killed by the Taleban, officials say.

The officers died when a roadside bomb hit their convoy of vehicles, which was already carrying the dead hostages.

The bodies of the four Macedonians, who were seized last week in the south of the country, had been retrieved in a mountainous area of Kandahar province.

Taleban militants say they captured and shot dead the four men.

The Macedonians were employed by a German cleaning company contracted to US-led forces. Earlier reports described them as Albanians. Four Afghan guards seized with them were later released.

“The police [convoy] bringing the dead bodies of these four foreigners was hit by a roadside bomb on the highway between Kandahar and Maiwand,” Mr Khalid said.

“One of the vehicles was hit and the others in the convoy continued on to Kandahar with the bodies.”

Curious as ever the way of telling the news: in the subtitle it says “believed to have been killed by the Taliban“, while in the body it says “Taleban spokesman Qari Mohammad Yousuf on Monday said at the weekend the four foreigners had been shot dead. “We will kill anyone who is helping the Americans,” he told the BBC“. Well, I think they have admitted it very clearly.

By the way, people who go to work in a simple cleaning firm are VERY dangerous, aren’t they? My goodness…

And also from BBC:

Suspected Taleban militants have ambushed and killed an influential pro-government figure in Afghanistan.

The former governor of Ghazni province, Mullah Taj Mohammad, also known as Qari Baba, was shot dead near his home in Batta, in the Andar district.

Three others in a car with him were also killed.

The former governor was a militia chief who fought against the Soviet occupation in the 1980s, and later opposed the Taleban government.

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Some news

Tigerhawk reports of the damages caused by 2.500 Turks protesting the memorial of the Armenian victims.

LGF: This week the first Muslim to receive a life peerage from the British government, Lord Ahmed, invited a terror suspect linked to Al Qaeda to visit him—inside the Houses of Parliament: Al Qaeda in Commons.

Noisy Room.Net: Western technology, Islamic values.

The Big Pharaoh: An Egyptian blogger has been expelled from university because he intended to reform Islam and defended women’s rights. (Story: The Free Copts).

Systani: Gays should be killed in worst way possible.

Abu Hamza refused to eat because the food was not up to the usual standard. HT: Dive Desk.

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