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November 24, 2006

Meanwhile in LEFTEurabia

Filed under: Blog, Multi Kulti — limewoody @ 11:57 am

Last September Halima Chehaïma, the 18-year old daughter of a Moroccan father and a Flemish mother, was elected Miss Brussels. Until next week Ms Chehaïma was also the absolute favorite of the bookmakers for the election of Miss Belgium next month. She was thought to be an excellent candidate to symbolize the multicultural paradise that Belgium has become. However, a girl’s dream was shattered.

Halima Chehaïma was a controversial candidate. Last October she stood for the Marxist-Leninist Labour Party in the local elections in Molenbeek, the predominantly Muslim Brussels borough where she lives. The party is so marginal that she did not get elected, but her declaration that Israel must be wiped off the map raised the eyebrows of the organizers of the Miss Belgium pageant. What really seems to have ruined her chances, however, is her connection with Bilal Ould Haj, a Belgian criminal of Moroccan origin.Ould Haj, who has been convicted three times so far for armed robberies, is soon to stand trial for torturing the 84-year old Maria Reyntjes. When he broke into the latter’s home in November 2003 and found only 500 euros (650 dollars) he flew into a rage, broke the old lady’s legs with a hammer and set her hair on fire. At the time he was Chehaïma’s sweetheart, though she claims they were just friends.

Last July Ould Haj was able to escape from jail (easy in Belgium: he said he was someone else and was allowed to walk out). Meanwhile, however, Halima Chehaïma had fallen in love with an Albanian criminal. When Ould Haj encountered the Albanian last week the two men started quarrelling, whereupon the latter knifed the former twice in the neck. Ould Haj survived the assault, was taken to hospital and arrested. The police are currently investigating whether Miss Brussels had been visiting Ould Haj in his Brussels hide-out and whether she helped to keep him out of their hands.


Jihate infiltration update:

Filed under: Blog, Global Jihad, Islam, Migration, Multi Kulti, Terror, UK — limewoody @ 9:10 am

November 8, 2006

Blogger Jihate: Student blogger arrested for “spreading malicious rumors”

Filed under: Blog — limewoody @ 12:57 pm

Student blogger arrested for “spreading malicious rumors”

Abdel Karim Suliman Amer, also known as “Kareem Amer,” a student blogger, was detained Monday by state authorities and is being held in custody for four days awaiting prosecution for his secular online writings in which he criticizes Islam, his lawyer told The Daily Star Egypt.“Freedom of expression is a basic human right. We believe that Kareem Amer has the absolute right to express his personal views. This case is a clear violation of universal human rights principles,” Amer’s lawyer Rawda Amed, says in an interview with The Daily Star Egypt.A former student at Al-Azhar University, Amer was reportedly expelled from the school in March 2006 because of his secular thoughts and online writings and critiques of Islam.Following interrogations between Amer and his professors at Al-Azhar, the school filed a communiqué against Amer to the Office of the Public Prosecutor for his online writings.

“It is regrettable and shameful for a university to punish one of its students for practicing his basic right to freedom of expression. The university did not only dismiss him, but also did not hesitate to take up the role of an informer by filing a communiqué against him to the Public Prosecutor Office.

“Amer is targeted because he expressed his own views,” executive director of the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, Gamal Eid, argues.

Amer is currently accused of: “Spreading data and malicious rumors that disrupt public security”; “defaming the president of Egypt”; “incitement to overthrow the regime upon hatred and contempt”; and “incitement to hate ‘Islam’ and breach of the public peace standards.”

He is currently being held in custody for four days, pending investigation and prosecution.


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November 2, 2006

Roaring Silence

Filed under: Blog — limewoody @ 11:27 am

October 20, 2006

What the West Needs to Know and a Comment by Kaz…

Filed under: Blog — limewoody @ 6:56 am

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From the Comments:

As an ex-muslim myself, all I can say about this movie is; FINALLY, the truth is beginning to get exposed to the mainstream audience that opens their eyes to the truth of Islam. This movie takes on the doctrine of “al-Nasikh wal-Mansoukh” (the Abrogator and the Abrogated)which is essential to understand if one desires to grasp the dichotomy of the Quran. All of the peaceful verses within the Quran have been nullified by Muhammad’s later verses that call for the deaths of the unbelievers. This stands as being the integral source of truth to reveal the heinous nature of Islam.

October 18, 2006

When Taboos Are Broken

Filed under: Blog, Eurabia, Global Jihad, Islam, Multi Kulti, Terror, Uncategorized — limewoody @ 9:13 am

Ramadan rages on.

Paul Belien posted this short piece over the weekend:

Yesterday night, a police officer was hospitalised after being hit in the face with a stone in the Parisian suburb of Epinay-sur-Seine. According to the police union, the officer and a colleague fell into an ambush and were surrounded by about 30 youths, some wearing masks. The youths blocked the police vehicle with their cars and sprayed the officers with tear gas. The two officers escaped after firing their pistols into the air.

Similar incidents occur regularly. Already 2,500 policemen have been wounded so far this year. The taboo of attacking officers on patrol has indeed been broken. It looks as if some want to kill at least one policeman during this year’s Ramadan. The French police also registered 10 to 12 anti-Jewish incidents per day in the past 30 days throughout the country.

Ramadan. AgainM. Belien notes elsewhere that this situation has been labeled an “infitada” by The Telegraph. It well may be. That is, it could be a coordinated series of attacks designed to bring down the rule of French law in the Muslim banlieues of Paris suburbs. And what would fill the vacuum left by the infitada’s victory?

Would it be peace and harmony and sharia law?
– – – – – – – – – –Probably not. More likely, France would have little Gaza Strip clones encapsulated here and there near French cities. Having finished off the police, they would proceed to tear one another apart, just as the Palestinians do now.In this second post above, “Civil War in Europe – Hardly Mentioned in the Press,” Brussels Journal gives details from The Telegraph of the necessity for armored cars when police go into these areas. Does this sound familiar? Does it sound like Iraq in areas of Baghdad? All that the French “youths” are missing are the necessary IEDs. How long do you think it will be before they acquire them?

In the opening Belien quote, I emphasized the breaking of a taboo: the continual, deliberately planned attacks on the French police. Two thousand five hundred police have been wounded in the line of duty just in the past year. For Americans, it is hard to comprehend these numbers, or to understand why a country would permit this large scale decimation of those who serve to keep the peace. Nor could we imagine our police officers “firing into the air” after having been stoned and tear-gassed. Were that to happen here, an emergency would have long since been declared. The National Guard would be in there, rounding up the perpetrators. Fellow police officers from other cities would be offering assistance. To coin a phrase, we would be up in arms.

Here is the key phrase: a taboo has been broken. Successfully smashed. It is now permissible, in some places in France, to attack police officers with impunity. American cities have had their share of police-citizen conflict. In the recent past, Cincinnati comes to mind. And in the ‘60’s and ‘70’s the rapid expansion of expectations and of cultural changes brought on conflagrations that scarred our historical memory — on both sides of the divide.

But there is a large difference in this country: ongoing efforts to resolve long-standing racial tensions began immediately and continue to this day. Community groups and municipal authorities, while they clash, have an unspoken limit on permissible levels of violence. Police are punished for excessive violence in the course of their duties, though some African American communities would declare that they often get away with more than we know or can change. Nonetheless, the attempts to ameliorate the situation have gone on for at least a generation now.

And the taboo against attacking the peacekeepers remains in place in the US. That may be changing in Los Angeles, which like Paris, has taken in enormous numbers of unassimilated aliens. The “no-go” Muslim areas in France, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Norway (and perhaps Britain) haven’t a parallel in the United States. At least not yet.

As is often the case, California is the cutting edge for cultural change, and we may see similar situations in L.A. before too much longer. Similar, but not exact: the language of the unassimilated will be Spanish, the “youths” will be Mexican or Central Americans. And like Europe, we will have brought it upon ourselves; in our case, it will be the result of our lazy failure to demand respect for our sovereignty and our borders.

We do not hear what private French citizens are doing to protect themselves. We do know the cultural response in the American southwest to invasion. We’ve been there, done that. And we’ll do it again.

However it turns out, I know one thing: the deliberate wounding of 2,500 police officers would never go unaddressed by the citizens who, in exchange for obeying the law, expect protection. If that taboo is broken here, the results will be different. The Civil War in the US will have a different complexion.

On the other hand, we are blessed: we do not have an emasculating European Union to get in the way of our survival. Unless you want to count “hate speech”, the EU sees no need for taboos. None at all.

Filed under: Blog — limewoody @ 9:06 am

October 17, 2006: Last night I watched a webcast of a panel, held earlier in the day at UN Headquarters in New York, called “Cartooning for Peace.”  It wasn’t as bad as the title and venue might suggest, but given the recent Muhammed cartoon crisis, which dramatically demonstrated the scale and nature of the threats now being posed to free speech by Islamic jihad, the discussion was still a lot more toothless than one would have liked. 

more on

August 16, 2006

New Kid onMy Blogg: This Sceptered Isle

Filed under: Blog, Blogroll, Uncategorized — limewoody @ 7:40 pm

August 11, 2006

Filed under: Blog, Media, Media Watch, Mellemøsten — limewoody @ 9:47 pm
LGF Exclusive: How Much Does It Cost to Buy Global TV News?

An LGF reader who worked for Associated Press TV News sent me the following article explaining how APTN works, and suggesting a reason why their coverage of the Middle East is so overwhelmingly biased against Israel:

How Much Does It Cost to Buy Global TV News?

The vast majority of the TV news pictures you see are produced by two TV news companies. Presented here is a case for how a large amount of money has been used to inject a clear bias into the heart of the global TV news gathering system. That this happens is not at question, whether it is by accident or design is harder to tell.

You may not realize it, but if you watch any TV news broadcast on any station anywhere in the world, there is a better than even chance you will view pictures from APTN. BBC, Fox, Sky, CNN and every major broadcaster subscribes to and uses APTN pictures. While the method by which they operate is interesting, it is the extra service this US owned and UK based company offers to Arab states that is really interesting.

About the Associated Press……………

Read on:

March 31, 2006

New kid on the Blog: On the Wing

Filed under: Blog — limewoody @ 9:07 am

First post is on the democratic muslims Naser Khader and co. – not that it matters but you can have hopes as he put it. So true, so true and best wishes.

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