Germany: Imam converts to Christianity, says “my own family now want to kill me”
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Jihad Watch : “A former imam from
Pakistan who migrated to Germany and converted to Christianity now
claims that he faces death threats in his native country from many
including members of his own family.” And not just in Pakistan, but also
from his coreligionists in Germany.
How could Westerners possibly think that such conditioning will magically disappear when Muslims entering Western countries?
Western freedoms are being steadily eroded by globalists who believe
in open borders; apostates will increasingly feel unsafe in Western
countries. Consider also the fact that “in 2016, Open Doors reported
that as many as 40,000 Christians in Germany were under threat of
persecution, many of them converts from Islam.” This is in keeping with
the Sharia penalty of death for apostasy:
They wish you would disbelieve as they disbelieved so you
would be alike. So do not take from among them allies until they
emigrate for the cause of Allah . But if they turn away, then seize them
and kill them wherever you find them and take not from among them any
ally or helper. Quran 4:89.
According to the foremost spiritual leader in the Sunni world, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who is also Chairman of the International Union of Muslim Scholars:
“If they had gotten rid of the apostasy punishment, Islam
wouldn’t exist today. Islam would have ended with the death of the
Prophet (peace be upon him). So opposing apostasy is what kept Islam to
this day.” “Imam Who Converted to Christianity: My Own Family Now Want to Kill Me,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, January 20, 2019:
Remember the Pasir Salak incident where British Resident was killed whilst bathing....the murderers who were involved were slave traders!
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Birch was killed on 2 November 1875 by followers of a local Malay chief, Dato Maharajalela, including Sepuntum, who speared him to death while he was in the bath-house of his boat, SS Dragon, moored on the Perak river-bank below the Maharajela's house, in Pasir Salak, near today's Teluk Intan (Teluk Anson).
Richard O. Winstead in his "A History of Malaya" on page 226 published in the Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, reprinted in 1986, wrote that a Malay deputation entreated with Governor-General Andrew Clarke in Singapore "to prevent the Resident from interfering with religion and custom, from acting without consulting Sultan and chiefs, and from depriving them of their property, namely fugitive slaves and feudal dues."
Clarke had already observed on 25 March 1875 that, "I am very much annoyed with Birch and the heads-over-heels way in which he does things; he and I will come to sorrow yet, if he does not mind." On 21 July 1875 Raja Abdullah, in despair, called a meeting of chiefs where after a talk of poisoning Birch accepted the Maharajalela's offer to stab Birch to death.
From the chapter 'James Wheeker Woodford Birch' in 'Malay Sketches' by Frank Swettenham (London: John Lane , 1895)
It was the Malay fasting-month, the bulan puasa (fasting month) when these last events occurred. It is not an auspicious time for conducting negotiations with Malays, they do not even at-tempt to work for that month, they sleep for most of the day and sit up most of the night, eating and talking, discussing affairs and hatching plots.
This, at least, is the case with the upper classes, and it is they only who are concerned in politi- cal movements; the common people do not fast as a rule, and leave the plotting to the chiefs, whose business they think it is to scheme and to direct, theirs to obey.
In Lower Perak during this particular month of Ramdhan, an unusual amount of discussion had been carried on between Sultan Abdullah and his chiefs, and they determined not only that the British Resident should be got rid of, but one of them, entitled the Maharaja Lela, undertook to do the business the next time Mr. Birch visited him.
This man, the Maharaja Lela, was a chief of considerable rank, after the Sultan he was the seventh in the State. He lived at Pasir Salak, on the right bank of the Perak River, about thirty miles above the residence of Sultan Abdullah, and about forty below that of ex-Sultan Ismail. He avoided Mr. Birch whenever it was possible (though living only five miles from him), and managed to keep friends with both Sultans.
During the month, Sultan Abdullah, who was then with his boats at Pasir Panjang, a couple of miles below the Maharaja Lela's house, summoned his chiefs and informed them that he had given over the government of the country to Mr. Birch. This announcement was received in silence by the others, to whom it was doubtless no news, but the Maharaja Lela said, `Even if your Highness has done so, I do not care at all. I will never acknowledge the authority of Mr. Birch or the white men.
I have received letters from Sultan Ismail, the Mentri and the Panglima Kinta telling me on no account to obey the English Government in Perak. I will not allow Mr. Birch to set his foot in my kampong at Pasir Salak.'
The Sultan said, `Do you really mean that, Maharaja Lela?' and the Chief replied, `Truly I will not depart in the smallest degree from the old arrangement.'
Another chief, the Datoh Sagor, who lived on the other side of the river, exactly opposite to Pasir Salak, said, `What the Maharaja Lela does I will do.'
The Sultan then got up and withdrew.
Malaysiakini : Time to concede it was the West who stopped bumiputera slavery by
Joshua Woo Sze Zeng
The recent controversy over the contributions of non-Malays in the
war against the communists in this country has once again raised
questions over Malaysians’ general knowledge of our own history.
One disturbing aspect arose from the controversy is how history, or
the lack thereof, has been distorted to instil racial antagonism among
ethnic groups. Such a malicious tactic is still being used because history is more
than a record of the past, it shapes how we see ourselves and others in
Learning about our colonial past in the 1900s is a case in point. My
generation was taught that the British were the exploiters of our land
and the destroyers of our local traditions. Such indoctrination has led many to believe that the West is the
immoral agent of decadence. The West is thus conveniently scapegoated so
that the ruling regime can get us to see ourselves as victims, to see
the West as a threat, and to see the present rulers as our needed
That is the recipe for a siege mentality, a proven method to win votes. I am not here defending colonialism or the West, but to point out one
piece of our history that has been forgotten, not even footnoted in
history textbooks. That is the fact that it was the British who
liberated the bumiputeras (Malays and Orang Asli) from slavery, a cruel
age-old trade practised by locals for hundreds of years.
An old tradition
There was a saying in the sixteenth century Melaka, “[It] is better
to have slaves than to have land, because slaves are a protection to
their masters.” Slavery was a valued regional trade, woven into the economy and
social fabric of the local society. It was, contrary to today’s society,
a widespread and perfectly acceptable practice in Malaya, before the
arrival of the British.
“In the early period,” remarked historian Nordin Hussin, “slaves were
an integral part of Melaka, the descendants of those who had lived
within the socio-cultural context of the old Malay world.” The Italian
trader John of Empoli, after he visited Melaka, wrote in 1514 of a
certain “Utama Diraja” who owned 8,000 slaves.
In the mid-seventeenth century, slaves comprised more than 30 percent
of Melaka town’s population. According to anthropologists Robert Knox
Dentan, Kirk Endicott, Alberto G Gomes, and MB Hooker, the practice of
slavery was common among the ancient kingdoms in Southeast Asia. When
the Portuguese and Dutch colonised Melaka, they “took advantage of this
old practice and kept the slave trade alive as a cheap means of
Two types of slavery
Slavery in Malaya has its own characteristics. As historians Barbara and Leonard Andaya describe in their important chronicle: “Europeans tended to define such slavery in Western terms and to see
slaves as an undifferentiated group of people condemned to lives of
unrelenting misery. But among Malays, slaves were generally divided into
two classes: slaves in the Western sense, and debt bondsmen. The latter
type of slavery served a particular function in Malay society. Debt
slavery usually occurred when an individual voluntarily ‘mortgaged’
himself in return for some financial assistance from his creditor,
frequently his ruler or chief.”
Other scholars likewise note that, “There were even two ranks of slaves, “debt slaves” (orang berhutang), who lost their freedom by being unable to repay a debt, being above “bought slaves” (abdi). In theory, debt slaves - usually Malays in the Malay kingdoms - were freemen with some rights, while bought slaves had none.”
However, theory and practice are different. As pointed out by
anthropologist Kirk Endicott: “In theory, debt-slaves could redeem
themselves by repayment of the debt but in practice, this was virtually
impossible because work performed by the debt-slave did not count toward
reduction of the original debt.”
The arrival of the British
When they came to power in Malaya, the British began to register
slaves, partly because they wanted to abolish the practice. “[The]
English administration,” wrote Hussin, “made a compulsory order for all
slave masters to register their slaves with the police.
passed and those who refused to register would see the slaves
liberated.” From their record, we know that there were male and female slaves,
and child slavery was also a norm: “In 1824 the number in the town of
Melaka was 666 males and 590 females, with 86 under-aged males and 75
under-aged females, making a total of 1,417 slaves, including 161
children born into slavery.”
“In Perak the issue of slavery,” according to the Andayas, “was more
apparent than in Selangor because the Perak ruling class was
considerably larger. In Perak, slaves and debt bondsmen numbered an
estimated 3,000 in a total Malay population of perhaps 50,000
(approximately six percent).”
Apparently, one record shows that the price for a slave in Kinta,
Perak was “Two rolls of coarse cloth, a hatchet, a chopper and an iron
The cruelty of slavery
Slavery, as practised in Malaya as well as in other parts of the
world, involved rampant cruelty and injustice. Slaves were generally
despised. They were kidnapped, sold, abused, raped, and killed.
Some slaves were born into slavery, inheriting their parent’s
enslavement. Slaves were deemed sub-human. Thus, common folks would not
even want to carry out tasks that were affiliated to slaves.
As a mid-sixteenth century record states, “You will not find a native
Malay, however poor he be, who will lift on his own back his own things
or those of another, however much he be paid for it. All their work is
done by slaves.”
Walter Skeat and Charles Blagden recorded certain Orang Asli’s
account in the period between late nineteenth to early twentieth
century: “Hunted by the Malays, who stole their [Orang Asli] children, they
were forced to leave their dwellings and fly hither and thither, passing
the night in caves or in huts (“pondok”), which they burnt on
their departure. ‘In those days,’ they say, ‘we never walked in the
beaten tracks lest the print of our footsteps in the mud should betray
One of the survivors recalled, “Many of my brethren were killed and many others were taken away as slaves…” A British Royal Navy officer Sherard Osborn wrote in 1857 on how
Orang Asli “were tied up or caged just as we should treat chimpanzees.”
Sir Frank A Swettenham, the Resident of Selangor from 1882 to 1884,
reported a case to the British Parliament in July 1882: “[A] Chief from
Slim had a fortnight before captured 14 Jacoons and one Malay in Ulu
Selangor, had chained them and driven them off to Slim.”
Those slave raids, wrote activists for Orang Asli Jannie Lasimbang
and Colin Nicholas, had “prompted many Orang Asli groups to retreat
further inland and to avoid contact with outsiders. For the most part,
from this time the Orang Asli lived in remote communities, each within a
specific geographical space (such as a river valley) and isolated from
“Sometimes,” notes Endicott, “Malays tempted or coerced Orang Asli
into kidnapping other Orang Asli for them in order to ‘preserve their
own women-fold from captivity.’” But ultimately those who were captured
will be traded and enslaved by the Malays.
The slave owners “reduce [the Orang Asli] to the condition of hunted
outlaws, to be enslaved, plundered, and murdered by the Malay chiefs at
their tyrannous will and pleasure.”
Like all forced servitude, the captured individuals suffer greatly at
the hands of their master. “Owners could neglect, abuse, or even kill
the [slave] at will.” There are also instances where one Malay tribe subdues another Malay tribe to slavery. As recorded by Skeat and Blagden: “The Mantra of Malacca have suffered like other aboriginal tribes
from the raids and incursions of the neighbouring Malays, their most
implacable foes being the members of a Malay tribe called Rawa. This
people are natives of a country in Sumatra called Rawa, Rau, and Ara...
They are now settled in considerable numbers in Rembau, Sungei Ujong,
and the western part of Pahang... [Large] bands of them, under one Bata
Bidohom, who was reputed invulnerable, attacked the Mantra in several
places, killing many of the men and carrying away more than a hundred of
their women and girls into Pahang, where they sold them as slaves. The
Rawa declared that they would hunt down the Mantra everywhere and deal
with them all in the same way.”
The theoretical distinction between debt-slave and actual slave was
used by Malay-Muslim rulers and aristocrats to enslave fellow Muslims. Although the practice of slavery differs in different parts of the
world, in the case of Malaya, “Admittedly the lot of many, especially
the women, was indeed deplorable. Slaves proper were often subject to
rank exploitation because they were non-Moslem Orang Asli and were
therefore considered outside the pale of the Melayu. Among the debt
slaves [Malay-Muslim slaves owned by Malay-Muslims] there were also
cases of cruelty and other abuses; a chief, for example, might not
mistreat his debt slaves but simply refuse to accept payment when the
debt fell due.”
Subjecting the entire family to slavery was common through the
debt-slavery system. As Endicott remarked, “Usually spouse of
debt-slaves were included in the debt and in the resulting state of
servitude, and all children born of debt-slaves were debt-slaves as
The prestige of slave-owning
Despite its systemic cruelty, slave ownership was a local prestige, a
symbolic status for Malay chiefs and sultans. Slave ownership testifies
to one’s power and stature in the society. Slaves were the “main labour
force” for the Malay chiefs and sultans. “The motive for keeping slaves,” according to anthropologist Robert
Knox Dentan, “is prestige.” As the logic goes, “For male aristocrats in
precolonial Malay society, as for such men in most patriarchal regimes,
the prestige comes in part from their power to coerce sex from
Besides that, slaves are a visible indication of wealth since they
are a commodity in the then economy. “Through debt bondage, chiefs and
rulers gained followers to increase their status and an economic asset
which could be transferred, if need be, to some other creditor.” “Ownership of slaves,” as Hussin writes, “was a measure of one’s
wealth and the more slaves one owned the greater one’s status and
The more slaves a Malay chief or sultan owns, the wealthier he is
perceived to be. Thus, the Utama Diraja mentioned earlier, who owned
8,000 slaves, was also reported as the wealthiest merchant among his
Slavery was a key institution
“Malay custom and Islamic law,” wrote Cambridge University’s
historian Iza Hussin, “allowed for slaveholding, and the power of a
ruler was judged in part by the size of his retinue, making slavery a
key institution of Malay society when the British arrived in Malay.”
The Malay chiefs, elites, and sultans benefited from - and thus
perpetuated -slavery. Therefore, slavery was not a fringe practice among
some inhumane underground syndicate, but a traditional custom in the
Malay worldview, a cornerstone of the community’s economy, social
structure, and politics, uncontroversial and allowed by religion.
Referring to the slavery in Perak, Swettenham wrote that it was one
of the “pillars of the State,” and “every one of any position had debt
slaves of their own.” Given such centrality, any hint of its disruption, in the like of
policing and abolishment, will be seen as seditious to the Malays.
As the Andayas wrote: “[Because] slavery was so bound up with a
chief’s prestige, British inquiries into alleged mistreatment aroused
considerable resentment among Malay nobles. Sultan Abdul Samad of
Selangor was so incensed by the intrusive questions that he refused
point-blank to permit his slaves to be counted.”
The British attempt to abolish local slavery
The Pangkor Treaty signed on Jan 20, 1874 legitimised British’s
colonialism over the Malay states and designated Abdullah (leader of
lower Perak), rather than his rival Ismail (upper Perak), as the
twenty-sixth sultan of Perak.
The treaty also led to the appointment of JWW Birch to be the
Resident in Perak, through whom the British exercised indirect rule over
the state. To the Malay chiefs, the treaty also meant that the “Resident could not interfere with Malay custom [“adat”] and they could continue to capture and enslave as many aborigines as they like.”
However, less than a year in office, Birch was murdered by the Malay
chiefs. And one of the main reasons for his assassination was Birch’s
opposition against the Malays’ highly-valued adat, a key institution of their society: slavery. This bloody episode was so well-known that thirty years after Birch’s murder, Swettenham could still recount:
“In the courses of his wanderings Mr Birch met with numerous cases of
great oppression; poor people fined and even murdered for supposed
offences, traders squeezed and robbed, and men, women, and children
subjected to the infamous practice of debt-slavery... The practice of
debt-slavery was particularly rife in Perak, and as Mr Birch
determinedly set his face against it and helped several of the most
oppressed to get out of the country, his action did not increase his
popularity with the chiefs. Sultan Abdullah and the Lower Perak chiefs
were amongst the worst offenders in this respect... they began to
consider how they could get rid of the British Adviser, who interfered
with their most cherished privileges, the collection of taxes, the power
to fine and kill, and the institution of debt-slavery.”
Birch’s abhorrence over slavery is recorded in his diary: “[Men] and
women of the country of the Sakkais or wild people of the interior are
captured after being hunted down, and are then sold, and made slaves.
These poor people, from what I have seen, are worse treated than any
Birch’s attempt to abolish slavery was perceived by the locals as a
threat to their symbolic social stature, intrusive to their way of life.
In practical terms, the human commodity, with its accompanying
prestige, labour force, and economic asset, belonged to the Malay chiefs
but was stolen from them.
As the Andayas described: “[Birch’s] attitude to slavery and his
willingness to provide a sanctuary for fugitive debt slaves, especially
women, was regarded by Malays as simple theft.”
Nonetheless, abolishing slavery was a must for the Resident. The
stake that Birch probably did not realise for wanting to eliminate
slavery from the Malay world would be his life. His assassination
resulted in the Perak War, the trial and execution of his murderer
Maharaja Lela Pandak Lam, and the deposition of the sultan.
Nonetheless, many of us were taught that Maharaja Lela was a
nationalistic martyr who fought against the oppressive British for
intruding their way of life. Our school's history classes do not tell us that Westerners like
Birch had lost their lives partly due to their effort to help, shelter,
and free Bumiputera slaves. Instead, they are demonised as threats from
the West who came to destroy the locals' cherished tradition.
Despite the violent reaction against the Resident, the British were
resolute to eliminate slavery in Malaya. Not even the Perak War could
Since the signing of the Anglo-Dutch Treaty on 17 March 1824, which
established British’s rule over Malaya, the colonial administrator took
active measures to phase out slavery. In the seventeenth century, more
than 30 percent of the Melaka town’s population were slaves. By 1827,
the slave population was less than 11 percent.
When the British politician Edmund Wodehouse inquired about Malaya’s
slavery in the parliament on 19 May 1884, the Under-Secretary of State
for the Colonies, Evelyn Ashley replied, “All slave debtors became free
in Perak on January 1st of this year, so that slavery of any description
is now illegal there, as it already was in Selangor and Sungei Ujong.”
In 1901, the British appointed Giovanni Battista Cerruti, an Italian
explorer known for his deep affection for the Orang Asli, to be Malaya’s
Superintendent of the Sakai. All forms of slavery by 1915, a year after
Cerruti’s passing, were officially abolished.
Commenting on the slavery custom that has lasted for centuries in
Malaya, Cerruti wrote: “The British Protectorate came as a blessing to
the Sakais because it officially abolished slavery and shortened their
neighbours’ talons, that had grown a little too long.”
The same blessing had also come to many Malays who were trapped as
debt-slaves, whose great-great-grandchildren are now being taught to
hate the West, so that the present regime will continue to remain in
Joshua Woo Sze Zeng is municipal councillor with the Seberang Perai Municipal Council (MPSP).
Do non-Malay politicians really want 'difficult' conversations? - Commander S THAYAPARAN (Retired) Royal Malaysian Navy
Malaysiakini : “Our debates, for the most part, are examples unworthy of
a playground: name-calling, verbal slaps, gossip, giggles, all while
the swings and slides of governance remain empty.” ― Toni Morrison
COMMENT | Bukit Tengah assemblyperson Gooi Hsiao Leung started off by telling
Kepala Batas MP Reezal Merican Naina Merican to stop exploiting the
‘building cross lighting’ issue because “we” have to “stop pandering to
opportunistic extremist groups which very often will claim that Islam
has been offended or is under threat without any basis".
Are you disappointed in Harapan? - Commander S THAYAPARAN (Retired) Royal Malaysian Navy
Malaysiakini : “Disappointment is a sort of bankruptcy – the bankruptcy of a soul that expends too much in hope and expectation.” – Eric Hoffer
COMMENT | Academic Bridget Welsh, as usual, made an interesting point in a recent conference about the disappointment
some Pakatan Harapan supporters feel towards this new regime. She said:
“Unlike US President Donald Trump who had responded to his political
base and hold on to power, in Malaysia we don’t see that.”
Harapan’s dangerous bait and switch - Commander S THAYAPARAN (Retired) Royal Malaysian Navy
Malaysiakini : “Their complicity and silence now – is frankly shameful.”- N Surendran
COMMENT | Make no mistake, the new legislation
to protect the sanctity of the monarchy – espoused by the Minister in
the Prime Minister’s Department Liew Vui Keong – is a craven attempt to
please the monarchy in the way that Pakatan Harapan partisans often
accuse certain Malay leaders of doing.
The public has never
threatened the sanctity of the royal institution – whatever that means.
Rather, Malay political operatives over the years have slowly stripped
the monarchy of its influence and powers, which they deemed detrimental
to their self-interests. This had the unintended consequence of
empowering democratic institutions, which was a good thing for the
It's a mistake to disregard Abdul Hadi Awang - Commander S THAYAPARAN (Retired) Royal Malaysian Navy
Malaysiakini : “Modern fanaticism thrives in proportion to the quantity of contradictions and nonsense it pours down the throats of the gaping multitude, and the jargon and mysticism it offers to their wonder and credulity.” ― William Hazlitt
As someone who has led men and women of various faiths, I have to tell
you, nobody has ever come up to me and said that they fear they are
going to hell because they were led by a Hindu. I do not know what the
situation is like now. Has anyone from the state security
apparatus come up to Abdul Hadi Awang and confided that they fear going
to hell because they were led by non-Muslims? What is the position of
the friends of PAS camp?
Are PAS and Umno implying the acting Agong met with the 'enemies of Islam?' - Commander S THAYAPARAN (Retired) Royal Malaysian Navy
Malaysiakini : “They are known to be anti-Islam. That’s why we must not allow the Cameron Highlands seat to be given to them.”
– Umno Youth chief Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki
| Besides the Umno Youth chief’s quote above, his counterpart from PAS,
Muhammad Khalil Abdul Hadi – the progeny of PAS president Abdul Hadi
Awang – claimed that the DAP
had “disturbed” Islamic institutions and the monarchy since coming into
federal power. What does the office of the acting Yang di-Pertuan Agong
Sultan Nazrin Shah have to say about this?
Muslim from USA, 16, captured while waging jihad with the Islamic State in Syria
Jihad Watch : Seamus Hughes, the deputy director of the George Washington
University Program on Extremism, which is actually the George Washington
University Program on Obfuscating the Islamic Doctrinal Roots of Jihad
“Here’s the concern with this case. How long has this
young man been in Syria? Did he go early on with family? Or is it a more
recent case of traveling? And he is purported to have been fighting for
ISIS. It’s one thing to say it and another to prove it in a court of
law, and authorities may well decide not to prosecute him given his
The real concerns should be these: where did this young man learn his
understanding of Islam? What do his parents believe, and what are they
doing? What does his mosque teach? How many other young men in his area
believe the same way? But American investigators are almost certainly
not going to ask these questions. “American Boy, 16, Caught Fighting for ISIS in Syria, Militia Says,” by Rukmini Callimachi, New York Times, January 9, 2019:
Morocco: Muslims who murdered Scandinavian girls spared British tourist right before because he said he was Muslim
Jihad Watch : A gang of jihadists “who beheaded two Scandinavian hikers in Morocco
almost murdered a British tourist instead but let him go after he said
he was a Muslim.”
Considering that the Muslims who murdered the Scandinavian girls said
that the killings were “Allah’s will,” and that the victims were
“enemies of Allah,” this news is unsurprising.
What it does, however, is
drive home the reality of the zealous hatred that jihadists hold for
infidels, and their determination not only to murder, but to strike
terror into the hearts of disbelievers (cf. Qur’an 8:60), by striking
their necks (cf. Qur’an 47:4). “I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve.
Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them”
“ISIS fanatics who slaughtered two Scandinavian tourists in Morocco ‘say
they targeted British tourist before they carried out murders… but let
him go after he said he was a Muslim,'” Daily Mail, January 8, 2019:
Switzerland: City upholds fine against Muslim man for screaming “Allahu akbar” in public
Jihad Watch : “Police in the Swiss city of Schaffhausen have defended their
decision to fine a man who used the words ‘Allahu akbar’ in public.” Known only as Orhan E. in the Swiss media, the man argued:
“I was born here [in Switzerland] and have never
experienced anything like this. We live in a free country with religious
freedom. Arbitrary police behaviour is not acceptable.”
Maybe so, and as much as this may seem to some to be a violation of
religious freedom, it isn’t. Orhan E. knows full well that jihad attacks
by Muslims screaming “Allahu akbar” have murdered people and destroyed
lives. It is a pity Orhan E. was fined if he was being honest when he
said that “he used the Islamic phrase ‘Allahu akbar’, which literally
means ‘God is [the] greatest’, to express his amazement after spotting a
friend of his near Schaffhausen’s goods train depot.” On the other
hand, he must also be aware of the real meaning of “Allahu akbar”:
The actual meaning is “Allah is greater,” meaning Allah IsGreater Than Your God or Government…It
is the aggressive declaration that Allah and Islam are dominant over
every other form of government, religion, law or ethic, which is why
Islamic jihadists in the midst of killing infidels so often shout it.
In the West, because of the behavior of Muslims, this phrase carries a
threat and a menace that other religious expressions, Islamic and
non-Islamic, simply do not carry, so Orhan E.’s fining is not about
freedom to practice or express one’s faith at all. Now that terror has
been struck into the hearts of disbelievers by jihadists screaming
“Allahu akbar,” many people are rightly nervous about this phrase, and
it isn’t “Islamophobic” to say so. It is not non-Muslims, but Muslims
who have made the words “Allahu akbar” worse than shouting “fire” in a
“At the time, there was a possibility that people could
have become afraid or shocked,” a media spokesperson for the force,
Patrick Caprez, told local daily Schaffhauser Nachrichten. The phrase
‘Allahu akbar’ has often been used by terrorists before carrying out
attacks. Schaffhausen security chief Romeo Bettini also backed the
force’s decision to fine the man.
Vlad Tepes : AfD is getting close to winning, so no wonder the Globalist elites are trying to destroy them. "First they laugh at you, then they fear you, then you win."
I'm german and have to say that people don't care about anything anymore. It's sometimes surreal to walk around and see all these people with no meaning in life. The germans don't have any kind of spirit anymore. You can't talk to them about anything because they are brainwashed beyond help. Germany should wake up... This all sounds awfully familiar. Progressive, libertine government, violent socialists running the streets. The Bundestag is going to catch fire in 3... 2... 1...
The last country that went against the banks were the Germans in the 30s. They knew that it's the money power that influences everything; media, politics, culture, and public opinion. You can hate immigrants, feminists, PC culture and get away with it. Once you go after the banks, that's when they really start to squeal and they'll do everything they can to annihilate you.
Austria: Muslim “ticking time bomb” stabs wife to death in front of their children, she went out without burqa
Jihad Watch : This murder is a result of the cultural of violence that sanctifies
the brutalization of women.
The Qur’an teaches that men are superior to
women and should beat those from whom they “fear disobedience”: “Men
have authority over women because Allah has made the one superior to the
other, and because they spend their wealth to maintain them. Good women
are obedient. They guard their unseen parts because Allah has guarded
them. As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and
send them to beds apart and beat them.” — Qur’an 4:34
‘Did you think
that Allah and His Apostle would deal unjustly with you?’” — Sahih Muslim 2127 . “Islam fanatic ‘was a ticking time bomb,'” translated from “Islam-Fanatiker ‘war eine tickende Zeitbombe,'” Kronen Zeitung, January 9, 2019 (thanks to Searchlight Germany):
BBC asks if Muslim teen who fled Saudi Arabia “should be killed for leaving Islam” - The Frigging Moronic Brits
Jihad Watch : “BBC asks if Muslim teenager who fled Saudi ‘should be killed for
leaving Islam.’” The question is shocking, as is this question, also
posed by BBC: “what is the right punishment for blasphemy?” Yet it was
still asked by the BBC, and only after scorching rebuke from readers did
a retraction and apology follow. But the damage was done.
As per Islam, the penalty facing this young teen was clearly spelled out in a previous Jihad Watch post about 18-year-old Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun:
So do not take from among them allies until they emigrate for the
cause of Allah. But if they turn away, then seize them and kill them
wherever you find them and take not from among them any ally or helper.”
A hadith depicts Muhammad saying: “Whoever changed his Islamic
religion, then kill him” (Bukhari 9.84.57). The death penalty for
apostasy is part of Islamic law according to all the schools of Islamic
This is still the position of all the schools of Islamic
jurisprudence, both Sunni and Shi’ite. Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the
most renowned and prominent Muslim cleric in the world, has stated: “The
Muslim jurists are unanimous that apostates must be punished, yet they
differ as to determining the kind of punishment to be inflicted upon
them. The majority of them, including the four main schools of
jurisprudence (Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi’i, and Hanbali) as well as the
other four schools of jurisprudence (the four Shiite schools of
Az-Zaidiyyah, Al-Ithna-‘ashriyyah, Al-Ja’fariyyah, and Az-Zaheriyyah)
agree that apostates must be executed.”
The BBC should be condemning Islamic blasphemy laws and defending
human rights and women’s rights. Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun is a genuine
refugee — unlike the multitudes of economic migrants that flooded
Europe. She needs to be protected from those who want to murder her, and
should promptly be given asylum in Australia.
Another young Saudi girl — another genuine refugee — was dragged back
from an airport to Saudi Arabia to a presumably horrible fate while
trying to escape the country in 2017. Dina Ali Lasloom
ran away from her family after she was abused. She made it to an
airport in the Philippines, but despite the scene she made with her
desperate pleas for safety and freedom, Dina was last seen screaming and
being dragged onto a Saudi Arabia Airlines flight from Manila to
She was never heard from again. The Saudi embassy in Manila
issued an appalling statement “calling the case a ‘family matter’ and
added without elaborating that she had ‘returned with her relatives to
the homeland.’” Shame on the screwed up fucking BBC, which should be highlighting the abuses resulting from Islamic blasphemy laws. “BBC asks if Muslim teenager who fled Saudi ‘should be killed for leaving Islam,’” by Rob Waugh, Metro UK, January 9, 2019:
The Muslim Brotherhood Plan in Europe for a Global Caliphate
Wednesday, January 09, 2019
Al-Qaradawi of the Muslim Brotherhood
Jihad Watch : European media activists have found more than 180 Islamic organizations in Europe that, under the category of non-governmental human rights associations, are promoting the idea of creating a global caliphate and fighting against opponents of the Islamization of Europe.
And they do it with the money of European taxpayers and the countries of the Middle East. Since 2010, when the main funding began, these organizations have received more than $300 million. Most of the organizations are associated with the Muslim Brotherhood international movement, which is banned in many countries.
This movement has the same goal with other organizations banned in most of countries of the world, including Al-Qaida and the Islamic State: the creation of a worldwide caliphate. But it is only now that other, non-violent methods are bringing these Muslims closer to their goal of conquering Europe.
Today, the Muslim Brotherhood has the most extensive network of completely legal organizations in the Old World, while they retain the closest of ties with the Salafis and jihadists, which makes them even more dangerous than the militant radicals.
Their goal is to create a global caliphate
They organize European Muslims, they speak for them, they represent them, and today they are their loudest voice, whether European Muslims like it or not. The largest number of these Islamic movements is found in the UK, followed by Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and France. These Islamic organizations were created and controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood and have Egyptian roots, as well as ties to the Palestinian jihad movement Hamas, and the State Religious Administration of Turkey, known as Diyanet.
Most politicians are fooled by the Muslim Brotherhood, and at the same time, they use them to advance for their own agenda. The Islamists do not declare their real goals to the European public. Therefore, we are trying to show their tactics and ties to the jihadists and Sharia supremacists. According to the Brotherhood operatives, they are fighting against “Islamophobia”; this fight is the main objective of these organizations.
For that, they receive official funding, mainly since 2010. The European Commission and the governments of Sweden, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Great Britain and Norway allocated $155 million to the Islamist activities of Islamic organizations. Another $157 million went to their accounts from Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the USA — from governments, charitable foundations, private individuals and royal families.
For example, in 2014, the Danish Islamic Organization received 20 million euros from the government of Qatar, and from the League of Muslims in Belgium, nearly 1.1 million.
In fact, in the fight against “Islamophobia,” Islamists promote the claim that Islam is peaceful, and they carry on campaigns against those who oppose the Islamization of the European society. They put pressure on those who decide to tell the truth.
A tough fight is being promoted even in social networks. For example, Facebook has a group, Report Anti-Islamic Pages, with more than 11 thousand participants. Led by people from Pakistan, they collect data about all users and groups which, in their opinion, advocate anti-Islamic policies. For example, they bombarded the administration of the social networks and Facebook with letters called for the blocking of the “Republic of Atheists” group, which had 1.6 million participants.
Hanipa practises dissimulation whilst Hadi Awang is honest and tells the truth about Islamic Supremacism towards the Unbelievers (Kafirs)
On the Left is the dissimulator, on the right is "Honest" Hadi Awang
Malaysiakini : De facto Deputy Law Minister Hanipa Maidin today criticised a
"religious scholar", arguing that his published opinion on the rule of
law from an Islamic perspective has fallen short.
That's called "dissimulation". Taqiyya ,Kitman and Tawriya are some of the Islamic doctrines Non Muslims need to know. Don't ask the Muslims, ask the Ex Muslims. While Hanipa in a statement did not mention any name, he made clear
references to PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang's lengthy opinion piece
which was published on his official Facebook page yesterday.
"There is a religious scholar who wrote quite at length about rule of law with the title 'Rule of Law: Di mana Allah? (Where is Allah?)'. "In
all honesty, I did not see an academic discussion about the rule of
law, even from the perspective of Islam," said the Sepang MP. "However, I could imagine how impressed his fanatical followers would be with the article.
"The culture of fanaticism could destroy the intellectual spirit," warned Hanipa.
others, Hadi in his piece claimed that many Muslims who spoke and wrote
about the rule of law had failed to incorporate elements of their faith
(tauhid) in the implementation of various laws. "If the one leading is a Muslim, even if he were cruel, at least (others) can become cattle herders.
if the one who leads is a non-Muslim, even if he were the kindest,
(others) can work however they wish (but) without any limit of what is halal and haram they will still end up in hell," Hadi warned.
Merry Christmas in these days of the persecution of Christians
Jihad Watch : Merry Christmas to all Jihad Watchers who are celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ today.
The question before us this Christmas, as it is every Christmas these
days, is whether or not Christians should be allowed to be Christian
and celebrate Christmas freely, without being brutalized or
discriminated against, if they live in Iran, or Iraq, or Egypt, or
Pakistan, or Nigeria, or Indonesia, or other Muslim countries, and
whether free people of all creeds and perspectives should defend their
right to do so.
In many countries today, Christians are being kidnapped, imprisoned,
wrongly arrested, beaten, and murdered — not because of anything they
have done, but because they have dared to have beliefs that are
considered blasphemous in authoritative Islam. We see this at Jihad Watch on a regular basis. We see jihadists attacking Christians with
We also see the world continuing to yawn and remain
indifferent as all this goes on, and weak and cowardly Christian leaders
saying that we must not talk about it for fear of “provoking” Muslims
and harming a chimerical and fruitless (at best) Muslim/Christian
“dialogue.” Those who dare anyway to speak out about the persecution of
Christians that the persecutors justify by invoking the Qur’an and
Sunnah are vilified, demonized, and silenced as “bigots” and
“Islamophobes.” Even some Christians do this to their fellow Christians
who speak unwelcome truths on these matters.
So here is something to remember this Christmas: if you are a free
human being, whether or not you are Christian, those Christians who are
being persecuted in Iran, and Iraq, and Indonesia, and Nigeria, and
Egypt, and Pakistan, and elsewhere in the Islamic world, are standing in
your place. The jihadis would just as soon attack you as well, and will
eventually if they get the chance. Remember that the Islamic jihad
program has you on its list. You may not be a Christian. You may not be a
Jew. You may not be a Hindu. You may not be a Buddhist. You may not
wish to pay attention to the jihad at all. But the jihad is universal,
and relentless. And you are on its list.
So this Christmas, may all of us whose conversion, subjugation, or
death is envisioned by the adherents of Sharia stand together. Let us
stand together as Jews, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, atheists,
secularists, what have you, and stand up against those who would kill us
or subject us to institutionalized discrimination and harassment (at
best) because they find our beliefs offensive.
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 8 — Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang has delivered a warning to Muslims to place their trust in Muslim leaders regardless of their wickedness, claiming that believers will end up in hell if led by non-Muslims.
In a lengthy opinion piece titled “Rule of Law: Where is Allah?” today, the PAS president stressed the importance of religion in keeping the law, and the importance for Islam to reign supreme in the governance of country.
“If the one leading is a Muslim, even if he were cruel, at least (others) can become cattle herders,” the Marang MP wrote.
“But if the one who leads is a non-Muslim, even if he were the kindest, (others) can work however they wish [but] without any limits of what is ‘halal’ and ‘haram’ they will still end up in hell.”
Rashid's strategy is so wrong, but it is all right - Commander S THAYAPARAN (Retired) Royal Malaysian Navy
Malaysiakini : “You have the army of mediocrities followed by the multitude of
fools. As the mediocrities and the fools always form the immense
majority, it is impossible for them to elect an intelligent government.”
– Guy de Maupassant
| Many people have been emailing me asking me what I thought of
Bersatu's vice-president and former Election Commission chief Abdul
Rashid Abdul Rahman’s “by hook or by crook” election strategy.
this kind of thinking is verboten (forbidden by the authority) in this
New Malaysia. Maybe I’m wrong, but maybe Rashid knows more about Malay
politics, the Umno base, and how to win in dodgy elections than his
critics give him credit for.
I read everything Nathaniel Tan writes, but arguing
that Umno did not fail because of a few bad apples, but instead from a
culture that corrupted every level of the party’s leadership is
misguided. The reality is that Umno did not fail because of some
systemic meltdown; it failed because Najib Abdul Razak did not play nice
with current Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Fox’s Chris Wallace challenges Sarah Sanders’ claim about jihadists crossing the Southern border
Monday, January 07, 2019
Jihad Watch : On Fox News Sunday, “Chris Wallace challenged White House press
secretary Sarah Sanders on the Trump administration’s claim that
terrorists are crossing the southwestern border of the United States.
Wallace said, ‘The State Department says, quote, “There were no credible
evidence of any terrorist coming across the border from Mexico.”’”
provided a list to refute the falsehood that there is no credible
evidence of jihadists coming across the Southern border. Given the
wide-open invitation from Democrats to illegals to stream across the
border into the U.S., it should not be difficult to see how and why such
an opportunity would be seized by jihadists who virulently hate America and its freedoms, and who are driven to destroy it and conquer it.
There are also disturbing parallels
in terms of propaganda use and media coverage between the caravans
seeking to break through America’s Southern border and the border
clashes at Gaza. “FNC’s Chris Wallace, WH’s Sarah Sanders Battle over Terrorists Crossing Border,” by Pam Key, Breitbart, January 6, 2018:
UK Muslima takes off hijab, gets abuse from Muslims, makes video of abusive messages, takes 47 minutes to read all
Jihad Watch : This proves a point I’ve made many times: that contrary to
“Islamophobia” propaganda, women who don’t wear the hijab are much more
likely to be abused and even physically brutalized than women who wear
Wow. She gets nastier comments from keyboard jihadis than I do. People are literally bullying her in the name of religion. All these comments from so called religious Muslims are a shame on the community ! This Haram Police has become such a pain for everyone whilst themselves missing out on the basic principles of Islam like Slandering , Insulting, Looking down upon anyone and spreading hate.
Dina was and will be one of the strongest Muslim Influencers in the world. “British Muslim YouTube star reads out the abuse she has received since
she stopped wearing a hijab – and it takes 47 minutes to get through
just some of them.” by Tim Stickings.
TRUMP PRAISES OPENING OF LARGEST CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN EGYPT
A well built aka FAT Egyptian soldier walks near workers
Daily Caller : U.S. President Donald Trump applauded Egypt and its president Sunday for opening the largest Christian church in the Middle East to date, a move that comes after a myriad of attacks against the religious sect in a majority Muslim country.
“Excited to see our friends in Egypt opening the biggest Cathedral in the Middle East. President El-Sisi is moving his country to a more inclusive future!” Trump tweeted Sunday.
The Cathedral of the Nativity can hold over 8,000 prayer-goers and is decorated with Coptic icons and symbols, according to Reuters.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi inaugurated the cathedral’s opening, only a day ahead of Monday’s Orthodox Christmas, celebrated by Egyptian Christians. El-Sissi has repeatedly promised to protect Coptic Christians, and is “trying to change the system,” according to Christian Today.
Egypt: Police officer killed while defusing jihad bomb outside church
Jihad Watch : Christians in Egypt live a precarious existence.
They’re victimized by jihadis fairly regularly, and never know when or where it may happen. But this is nothing that a little “interfaith dialogue” won’t fix, right? “Egypt police officer killed defusing church bomb: security source,” AFP, January 5, 2019 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
A policeman was killed and two wounded in an explosion outside a church in Egypt on Saturday, a security source said.
The blast took place when security personnel were dismantling an explosive device in Nasr City on the edge of Cairo, the source said.
The incident came two days before Egypt’s minority Coptic Christians celebrate Christmas on January 7.
It also comes ahead of a Christmas mass on Sunday at the Cathedral of Nativity in Egypt’s New Administrative Capital….
Jordan Peterson expresses horror at the shift to totalitarianism in the UK
Vlad Tepes : The jester in the king's court is the only person allowed to tell the truth. The king who can no longer tolerate his jester has become a tyrant.
"If the king is such a tyrant that he kills his jester, then you know that the evil king is in charge." “Turn in your neighbors for offensiveness” sounds like something straight out 1984. Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand. -Mark Twain
Authoritarians can't afford to allow the unwashed masses to laugh at them and their ideas. They know it's all over for them if we do.
Prosecuted for being offensive is the same as being burned at the stake for saying anything blasphemous in the old days. Humanity is going backwards or history repeating itself?