Daily Archives: April 3, 2006

Throwing stones at girls dressed “too sexy”: Sharia in France.

German schoolgirls came for a scholar exchange to Saine-Saint-Denis. But to the eyes of the “jeunes” of the neighborhood (“young people”, another expression to designate people coming from immigration, copyright political correctness) they were dressed a little bit too “sexy”. The gang of “jeunes” therefore started to throw them stones.

The “jeunes” stones throwers reproached them to dress in a shocking way, and especially to wear skirts. Interviewed by the journalist, some Arabic girls spoke of provocation :

This is our neighborhood, this is the 9-3” (read nine-three).

“We don’t want them to come in our neighborhood dressed like bitches”.

Source : France-Echos, le blog in English.

Hmm, where were the policemen, "les gendarmes"? What would have happened if these girls would have been badly hurt? I am amazed at these kind of news…

(The cartoon says:

-you also have been in a Muslim country, haven't you?

-ehh, No, just in France!)


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France is helding secret talks with Hamas

A Hamas official confirmed on Monday that France held secret talks with its representatives on behalf of the European Union, a break in the policy of isolating the new Palestinian government. The Palestinian source further claimed that France was attempting to improve relations between the European Community and the group that Israel had urged countries to reject.

HT: Klein Verzet.

I cannot deny that I was expecting this. The EU has a lot of relations with the Palestinians (I think they are the first contributors by far). The worst part of it is that Hamas has again insisted that they will not recognise Israel.

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Albanian Muslims against a statue honoring Mother Theresa

Yes, it's totally illogical, that being the most remarkable human being born in Albania, they are rejecting it because she is … a religious character, and they cannot support it because then outsiders would think that Shkoder (the city in which the statue is going to be located) is Christian… From Western Resistance (HT: Eurabian News)

In another sign of the intolerance of Islam in the modern world, the inhabitants of a city in northern Albania are campaigning to prevent a statue being erected to Mother Theresa (pictured), who died on 5 September, 1997, aged 87.

The Scotsman has the story. It also appears in the left-wing and greedy New York Times but one must pay to view their articles online.

The reasons are not because Mother Theresa (real name Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu) though an ethnic Albanian, was born in Macedonia, not Albania, nor the fact that her face resembles a scrotum or a walnut, and may frighten small children.

The brouhaha is taking place in Shkoder, and the reasons for the protestations are that Mother Theresa is a "religious figure", and that would offend Muslims. Religion was officially banned for 27 years by Enver Hoxha's dictatorship, and such militancy among Muslims appears to be a recent development. Continue reading


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Youth on trial for burning a teenage girl

PARIS A 22 year-old French man went on trial in the Paris suburb of Creteil on Friday accused of burning a teenage girl to death in a crime that became an emblem of the sufferings of young women in poor French neighborhoods. Prosecutors say that in October 2002 Jamal Derrar doused 17 year-old Sohane Benziane with gasoline at the foot of a tower-block in Vitry-sur-Seine, southeast of Paris, and set her on fire. She died two hours later in hospital.

Derrar, who says that he only meant to scare the girl, acted to avenge himself after he was humiliated in a fight with her boyfriend, investigators believe.

He is accused of "acts of torture and barbarity that unintentionally led to death" and faces a possible life term in jail.

From Hodja (go there and read the rest).

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The documentary “I, Muslim” is considered correct according to Czech Law

Small victory for freedom of speech in Czech Republic. From press release published by Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting:

"The Council has stopped administrative action against Czech Television regarding possible violation of § 31 paragraph 2 and § 32 paragraph 1 letter c) of law number 231/2001 by broadcasting documentary I, Muslim in programme Infiltration at 7. October 2005 at channel ÈT2".

Source: Islam Info. (in Czech, translated by Islam Info).

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Top Al-Qaeda member detained in Canada

TORONTO – An alleged terrorist — with links to al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden — has been arrested in the GTA while trying to flee the country, Sun Media immigration sources say. In one of the most significant terrorism arrests in Canada since 9/11, a man believed to be a captain of the Pakistani extremist organization Mujahedin-E-Lashkar-E-Tayyba, or LET, which is funded by Osama bin Laden and has direct ties to al-Qaida, was arrested March 16 by Canadian border service officers in Newmarket….

Ontario immigration sources say 40-year-old Raja Ghulam Mustafa, a Pakistani national who went by the last name Murtaza, was arrested outside his home with a packed suitcase and a significant amount of cash on him….

In 1997, Mustafa was arrested in the U.S. but was released on a peace bond after he filed a claim for refugee status. (Hein? He was released after he filed a claim for refugee status! This must be a joke… Well,  no joke I 'm afraid: US, back in 1997, released someone who was a terrorist because he claimed for refugee status. How on earth someone like him can be a refugee? Ask Clinton, he was the US President in those days.)


During that time, officials said he fled to Canada under a phony name. He was eventually able to secure refugee status here.

Mustafa moved to Newmarket to live with his brother-in-law Syed Maqsood Aly, a fugitive wanted in the U.S. for drug trafficking and fraud, according to sources.

Magnificent: a terrorist and a drug dealer living in the same house… And are… brothers! Reality goes beyong the writers' imagination…

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The Definition of Incitement

French authorities are fond of accusing media in other countries of "incitement". As I discussed on the old Trans-Int, French Minister of Defense Michelle Alliot-Marie brandished the charge, for instance, when Ivorian media in November 2004 reported on a massacre of Ivorian civilians by the French military. Some weeks later, nonetheless, Alliot-Marie would be forced to concede that Ivorian civilians had indeed been killed by French fire. (For a look back on the so-called "Hotel Ivoire" incident on its one-year anniversary, see my "The Black Tuesday of the French Army".) But these same authorities do nothing to control incitement in France's own state-owned media – notably anti-American and anti-Israeli incitement: such, for instance, as that constituted by the infamous France2 report of the alleged Israeli killing of the 12-year-old "boy-martyr" Muhammad al-Dura at Netzarim Junction on September 30, 2000. Though France2 officials have in the meanwhile admitted that their attribution of the boy's death to Israeli Army fire was likely erroneous, France2 has yet to broadcast a public rectification or seriously to address the doubts concerning the authenticity of the France2 video footage that allegedly documented the episode. (For details, see the Trans-Int Dossier on the "Al-Dura/France2 Affair" .)

READ the rest at the Transatlantic Intelligencer. Very important.

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