Radical Islam in Action: Mali & Egypt, England

by Datechguy | February 7th, 2013

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Radical Islam in Action: Mali & Egypt, England

Robert Spencer’s warn­ings on Rad­i­cal Islam might have turned off the press and the local arch dio­cese, but if you really want to see warn­ing signs on the dan­gers of on Rad­i­cal Islam all you have to do is read the news from Mali

On Jan. 3 they took her to the Islamic tri­bunal. Just eight days before French Pres­i­dent Fran­cois Hol­lande uni­lat­er­ally approved a mil­i­tary inter­ven­tion in Mali on Jan. 11, Salaka was con­victed of being caught with a man who was not her hus­band and sen­tenced to 95 lashes. It was a severe pun­ish­ment even by the stan­dards of the Islamists.

They took her to the mar­ket at noon on Jan. 4, the same place where she bought the beef for the bro­chettes she sold and the flour used to make her mother’s flat­bread. She rec­og­nized the meat sell­ers. One of them used his phone to record what hap­pened next.

The police made her kneel in a traf­fic cir­cle. They cov­ered her in a gauze-​like shroud. They told her to remove her dress, leav­ing only the thin fab­ric to pro­tect her skin from the whip. Curi­ous chil­dren jos­tled for a bet­ter view.

What they did to her was wit­nessed by dozens of peo­ple in Tim­buktu, and can still be heard on the meat seller’s cell phone.

The execu­tor announced Salaka’s crime and her pun­ish­ment. Then he began flog­ging her with a switch made from the branch of a tree. Her high-​pitched cries are con­torted with pain. You can hear the slap of the whip. You can hear her labored breathing.

They hit her so hard and for so long that at one point she wasn’t sure if the veil had fallen off. She could feel the blood seep­ing through.

When it was over, they told her that if they ever saw her with a man again, they would kill her.

and then there is Egypt

Crit­i­cism of Morsi’s admin­is­tra­tion has mounted lately after a string of vio­lent sex­ual assaults on female pro­test­ers in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. On Wednes­day, an inter­na­tional rights group warned mob-​led sex­ual assaults will only increase if per­pe­tra­tors are not punished.

Amnesty Inter­na­tional said state­ments from vic­tims show that the assaults fol­low a “clear pat­tern” where mobs of men encir­cle the vic­tims, assault them with weapons and hands and then try to undress them.

Amnesty’s warn­ing fol­lowed a state­ment from the U.N. human rights office, which last week said that about 25 women were report­edly sex­u­ally assaulted — in some cases with extra­or­di­nary vio­lence — in Tahrir Square dur­ing recent demon­stra­tions against Morsi.

The square wit­nessed a num­ber of assaults against women — both pro­test­ers and jour­nal­ists — in the after­math of the upris­ing. Women have been stripped, groped and raped at demon­stra­tions there.

Well you can’t blame them, after all here is what the cler­ics are saying:

Mohamed ElBa­radei was respond­ing to well-​known ultra­con­ser­v­a­tive cleric Mah­moud Shaa­ban, who said in a TV show last week that the oppo­si­tion should be pun­ished by death for seek­ing to bring down a leader who has been elected by the public.

God’s ver­dict is death,” he said amid a new wave of protests against Islamist Pres­i­dent Mohammed Morsi.

The fatwa, or reli­gious edict, fol­lowed another one by hard-​line cleric Magdi Ghoneim who said: “I pub­licly incite to kill the thugs, crim­i­nals, thieves, and those who burn the coun­try and kill the innocents.”

Hey if the cler­ics say it’s all right then who is the gov­ern­ment to say oth­er­wise and after all as Yusuf Qaradawi, leader of the global Mus­lim Broth­er­hood has said on Cam­era:

But it’s not as if stuff like this is hap­pen­ing in the west like England…

In East Lon­don, a group under the name of “Mus­lim Patrol” have been post­ing YouTube videos show­ing them patrolling the streets of pre­dom­i­nantly Mus­lim neigh­bour­hoods and harass­ing peo­ple who they think are not con­form­ing to Mus­lim law, the moral code and reli­gious law of Islam.

That report comes from that unre­li­able right wing site known as Al-​Jazeera. You know the folks Al Gore sold Cur­rent TV to.

Some peo­ple are wor­ried:

The Mus­lim patrols could become a lot more dan­ger­ous and, per­haps will­ing to maim or kill if they are joined by battle-​hardened jihadis.”

Not only Britain, but some other Euro­pean coun­tries with Mus­lim pop­u­la­tions – includ­ing Den­mark and Spain – have wit­nessed a sim­i­lar rise of home-​grown Islamic street mil­i­tants and thugs.

Some­thing very wor­ry­ing is spread­ing across Europe. Fas­cists and Islamist extrem­ists alike are copy­ing what Hitler’s Brown­shirts excelled at — enforc­ing with threats and vio­lence their ver­sion of the law in neigh­bor­hoods,” Nawaz wrote.

I fear that the Mus­lim patrols are a sign of things to come. … The longer we stand by and watch the far Right and Islamists impose their dogma on our streets, the more the extremes will become main­stream for a ris­ing new generation.”

those are not the words of Robert Spencer, they are the words of Maa­jid Nawaz, a mod­er­ate Mus­lim in charge of a think tank advo­cat­ing against extremism.

The Globe might be able to keep Mr. Spencer out of the Catholic Men Con­fer­ence, but it will be hard pressed to keep these inci­dents out of the news, par­tic­u­larly as they become more common.

Rad­i­cal Islam is com­ing, we can deal with it now, or we can ignore it.

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Robert Spencer’s warnings on Radical Islam might have turned off the press and the local arch diocese, but if you really want to see warning signs on the dangers of on Radical Islam all you have to do is read the news from Mali

On Jan. 3 they took her to the Islamic tribunal. Just eight days before French President Francois Hollande unilaterally approved a military intervention in Mali on Jan. 11, Salaka was convicted of being caught with a man who was not her husband and sentenced to 95 lashes. It was a severe punishment even by the standards of the Islamists.

They took her to the market at noon on Jan. 4, the same place where she bought the beef for the brochettes she sold and the flour used to make her mother’s flatbread. She recognized the meat sellers. One of them used his phone to record what happened next.

The police made her kneel in a traffic circle. They covered her in a gauze-like shroud. They told her to remove her dress, leaving only the thin fabric to protect her skin from the whip. Curious children jostled for a better view.

What they did to her was witnessed by dozens of people in Timbuktu, and can still be heard on the meat seller’s cell phone.

The executor announced Salaka’s crime and her punishment. Then he began flogging her with a switch made from the branch of a tree. Her high-pitched cries are contorted with pain. You can hear the slap of the whip. You can hear her labored breathing.

They hit her so hard and for so long that at one point she wasn’t sure if the veil had fallen off. She could feel the blood seeping through.

When it was over, they told her that if they ever saw her with a man again, they would kill her.

and then there is Egypt

Criticism of Morsi’s administration has mounted lately after a string of violent sexual assaults on female protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. On Wednesday, an international rights group warned mob-led sexual assaults will only increase if perpetrators are not punished.

Amnesty International said statements from victims show that the assaults follow a “clear pattern” where mobs of men encircle the victims, assault them with weapons and hands and then try to undress them.

Amnesty’s warning followed a statement from the U.N. human rights office, which last week said that about 25 women were reportedly sexually assaulted – in some cases with extraordinary violence – in Tahrir Square during recent demonstrations against Morsi.

The square witnessed a number of assaults against women – both protesters and journalists – in the aftermath of the uprising. Women have been stripped, groped and raped at demonstrations there.

Well you can’t blame them, after all here is what the clerics are saying:

Mohamed ElBaradei was responding to well-known ultraconservative cleric Mahmoud Shaaban, who said in a TV show last week that the opposition should be punished by death for seeking to bring down a leader who has been elected by the public.

“God’s verdict is death,” he said amid a new wave of protests against Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.

The fatwa, or religious edict, followed another one by hard-line cleric Magdi Ghoneim who said: “I publicly incite to kill the thugs, criminals, thieves, and those who burn the country and kill the innocents.”

Hey if the clerics say it’s all right then who is the government to say otherwise and after all as Yusuf Qaradawi, leader of the global Muslim Brotherhood has said on Camera:

But it’s not as if stuff like this is happening in the west like England…

In East London, a group under the name of “Muslim Patrol” have been posting YouTube videos showing them patrolling the streets of predominantly Muslim neighbourhoods and harassing people who they think are not conforming to Muslim law, the moral code and religious law of Islam.

That report comes from that unreliable right wing site known as Al-Jazeera. You know the folks Al Gore sold Current TV to.

Some people are worried:

“The Muslim patrols could become a lot more dangerous and, perhaps willing to maim or kill if they are joined by battle-hardened jihadis.”

Not only Britain, but some other European countries with Muslim populations – including Denmark and Spain – have witnessed a similar rise of home-grown Islamic street militants and thugs.

“Something very worrying is spreading across Europe. Fascists and Islamist extremists alike are copying what Hitler’s Brownshirts excelled at — enforcing with threats and violence their version of the law in neighborhoods,” Nawaz wrote.

“I fear that the Muslim patrols are a sign of things to come. … The longer we stand by and watch the far Right and Islamists impose their dogma on our streets, the more the extremes will become mainstream for a rising new generation.”

those are not the words of Robert Spencer, they are the words of Maajid Nawaz, a moderate Muslim in charge of a think tank advocating against extremism.

The Globe might be able to keep Mr. Spencer out of the Catholic Men Conference, but it will be hard pressed to keep these incidents out of the news, particularly as they become more common.

Radical Islam is coming, we can deal with it now, or we can ignore it.

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This weeks’ progress Eighteen bucks to go for this weeks’ paycheck





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