Here is another collection of facts, horrors and events related to Islamic geopolitics and those who oppose the increased influence of Islamic thought in the West:
KABUL, Afghanistan — A teacher has received death threats from his own relatives as he battles to stop the ancient tradition of families giving away virgin daughters to settle disputes. [...]
The 24-year-old is urging lawmakers to pass women's rights legislation that would explicitly outlaw "baad" — which the U.N. has called "pervasive" but is most common among ethnic Pashtuns. The proposed law has been blocked by conservatives for years.
"Men sell their sisters and daughters under the name of marriage without their consent," said the clean-shaven Adil, sitting in a tent erected against the wall of parliament in downtown Kabul.
Isn't it fun how NBC in this article says that the proposal to ban this practice has been blocked by "conservatives" for years, instead of "religious Muslims"? Which would be the truth.
Think about it: I doubt you will find a member of the Bush family trading virgin daughters...
The original article is in German. But here is an excerpt from a human translation of the article:
A Bregenzer teacher is said to have described the founder of Islam as a child molester in front of her students.
“Yes, there is this allegation against a teacher,” the provincial educational counsellor Bernadette Mennel confirms the corresponding complaint. The education department had immediately forwarded the case to the prosecutor.
They check whether the allegations are true. Due to the ongoing investigation, no further information on the case is currently available through the state school board. If the allegations were true, the teacher would have to face consequences.
“Such statements are unacceptable,” stressed Mennel to VOL.AT. However, they would await the outcome of the prosecution, before making decisions.
Notice that there is no investigation as to whether or not the teacher's claims are true. Of course they are. Everyone in the Islamic world knows that a 6-year-old girl was "given" to Mohamed. They were married and according to Islamic doctrine, their sexual activities where limited to non-intercourse until she was 9 at which point he raped her.
So that's a given. But the fact that someone actually put it into context? That is the crime.
3. Burning cars isn't limited to urban France anymore.
Muslims are taking the tradition Europe wide with quite a decent inaugural "Car-B-Que" in the town of Ede in the Netherlands.
Apparently local "youths" (some are probably aged at least 45, which in Islam is the new 14) are upset because a club they like is being closed. So they are burning other people's cars until someone gives them their club back.
Details here at Dutch News.
Additionally ISIS changed the internationally acknowledged mathematical symbol for adding (+), replacing it with a new symbol represented by the letter "z". ISIS’s reasoning is that the "+" sign indicates the cross, which is used worldwide as a symbol for Christians. Using a plus sign would be imitating infidels and is thus forbidden.
It is interesting that ISIS has repeatedly called on families to send their children to school, in an attempt to appear capable of governing state affairs. However, despite their calls, many families have, out of fear of bombings, refrained from sending their children.
According to the "Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently" campaign, many families have chosen to home-school their children.
They can home-school?
Due to "concrete threats", they explained that they felt unable to guarantee the safety of the restaurant's employees -- but vowed to continue to "denounce blatant injustices".
The burger named after the Turkish leader first appeared on the menu of Urban Burgery at the end of April.
The article doesn't really give a solid sense of where the threats are coming from. I think I know which way the bookies would set the odds though.
A few bonus links:
First, one of the leaders of the Islamic State has been killed again in Anbar province.
Apparently the same man has been killed earlier when he was one of the Al -Qaeda leaders and has been killed on several previous occasions, showing that the Islamic respect for the word "killed" is about the same as the rule for putting a "U" after a "Q."
Waheeb has falsely been declared dead on several previous occasions.
He was killed traveling in a vehicle in a town near Rutba, in Anbar province, Mr Cook said.
The Pentagon said three other militants were killed in the raid, describing Waheeb as the IS "military emir for Anbar province."
Here is a German news story including more footage leaked to the press today, I think from a German police body camera, of the mass rape event in Cologne Germany New Years Eve
"By that afternoon, 11 assaults were accounted for, including a rape by 40 to 50 men"