Friday, October 27, 2006

Why the veil.......

As an imam "down under" tells us, "...The woman was behind Satan playing a role when she disobeyed God and went out all dolled up and unveiled and made of herself palatable food that rakes and perverts would race for. She was the reason behind this sin taking place."
During Friday sermons, Sheikh Taj Din Al Hilaly, has been preaching against Australian rape laws. Claiming a woman is responsible for being raped because she may wear a short skirt or put on make-up. Comparing a rape victim to a kilo of meat left unattended and eaten by cats.
The translation to a recent sermon also claims us infidels will end up in hell, "They are the worst in God's creation."
Now I see why the veil. Men who follow the religion of peace have no carnal self-control and can't be expected to act in a manner consistent with those of western men. Again we see an example of how special muslims are and an effort to explain away their unacceptable behavior. They're not responsible for the acts they commit, it's in the koran. If a woman is unveiled and I'm unable to control my hormones, I have to rape her. Makes perfect sense to me. That's why we need CAIR in America to point out how special muslims are and the need for "people of the book" to tolerate their unlawful behavior.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

A koran in the toilet - Part IV

This prank and CAIRs reaction to it is starting to remind me of a child's temper tantrum. CAIR was joined by "other" muslim activist groups calling on Pace University to crack down on hate crimes after a second copy of the koran was found in a toilet at its campus. The whine-o-gram goes on to state,
"This incident meets the legal definition of a hate crime, "said Aliya Latif, a member of the Association of Muslim American Lawyers. "Indeed, this is no different from placing a burning cross in front of a house or painting a swastika on a locker."
The discovery of the islamic "holy book" in a toilet at Pace's lower Manhattan campus on October 13 was the latest in a series of acts of vandalism tinged with racial or religious overtones at the school. In addition to the korans found in a library toilet on September 21, and in October someone scrawled "racial slurs" (to which CAIR doesn't elaborate) on a student's car at the Westchester County satellite campus and on a bathroom wall. These are the incidents CAIR and AMAL refer to regarding the escalating incidents of "hate" at the university.
This laughable and much ado about nothing. CAIR never attended my high school let alone enter the restrooms. I think American muslims would be better served if CAIR would allow them to thinken their skin, insist on assimilation into American culture and once you leave your homes or mosque become immersed in Americanism.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

A koran in the toilet - Part III

That's right, it seems Pace University, in lower Manhattan, is full of slippery handed muslims. They're probably to weak from the mandatory ramadan fast and dropped their holy book in the commode. I would post the link but it appears it has yet to be picked up by a news outlet. Maybe they found it to be unworthy. I love Skyepuppys comment on the first "desecration" incident,
So some Muslim treated his "holy" Koran so carelessly that it fell into the hands of some infidel, who tossed it in the can.
CAIR really should stop with the sensitivity training for the infidels and start training Muslims to take better care of their scriptures.

Yesterdays whine-o-gram again called for infidel education of the campus population. CAIR-NY civil rights director, Maryam Sayar Akbar said;
"We once again call on Pace University to take concrete measures to help educate the student population about Islamophobic bigotry and its negative impact on ordinary Muslims and on American society."

I find the timing all to convenient. The islamic holy month whine-o-grams are full of iftar community sharing and mosque open houses across the country. All this is done to show how giving and peaceful the ummah can be, never mind the homicide bombers and chants of death following Friday prayers. Death threats, and murderous riots when anyone claims islam has violent tendencies. This toilet-gate "hate crime" has no "there, there." When you understand CAIR's mission and see they've created a muslim "Voter Education Guide" with the by-line; CAIR does not endorse any one issue or candidate. Right... just more endorsement of the muslim victim mentality.

Sunday, October 15, 2006

What should I feel?

All my loyal readers know my friend has been going through a tough time. I'm not going to rehash the details of her husbands affair or the pain she feels from the discovery. The Vegas trip was a great diversion from the pain at home, even the snags that hampered the beginning of the journey made looking back a little more interesting. Her pain has subsided enough for them to move forward in healing their broken marriage. Just when I believed the end of this painful tunnel was near, yet another blow was dealt to the already fissured union.

Last week the other woman received some bad news. Her son, a marine serving our country in Iraq, was injured while disarming an IED. He ultimately succumbed to his injuries. The woman is on FMLA for a month while arrangements for his burial at Arlington are being finalized. This news is painful for all of America. Another fallen hero.

As my friend struggles with yet another reminder of the event that brought her world to a crashing halt. She told me all the news reports lead with the story of his death. It seems he was a fine 23 year old young man serving his third tour in Iraq. My friend is conflicted. She feels connected to a fallen soldier she never met. Her heart breaks for the parents, even the woman who played a roll in ruining her marriage. When the news broke, her mind went into a fog. Normally her prayers are for the family of the fallen. Praying that the parents find peace and comfort from our Lord. For two days the story has loomed over her state and her home as she and her husband come to grips on how to react. She's said his death doesn't change who his mother is and what she did, however, the mother in her goes out to the adulteress. Mother to mother

Friday, October 13, 2006

CAIR aggressively search for "victims"

Today's whine-o-gram comes as an "Urgent Appeal" from CAIR. This ramadan appeal email greets the reader with a quote made by GOP congressional candidate Paul R. Nelson of Wisconsin. When asked about profiling Nelson said,
"Well, you know, if he comes in wearing a turban and his name is Muhammad, that's a good start"
That's enough to get your "jihadist" dander up, right? The message continues to ask "Have you or someone you know experienced bias similar to that expressed by the Wisconsin candidate?"
Sounds like they're searching for more victims of profiling and harassment. The whine-o-gram goes on to cite their own findings on anything CAIR deemed anti-muslim. Michael over at "A Second Hand Conjecture" did some digging into a few of the complaints and found a few unworthy statistics.
This innocent looking ramadan appeal email is a sheep in wolves clothing. Nothing like a CAIR anti-assimilation email to lift the spirits of your muslim neighbor. I can't understand how this organization is allowed to operate, unmolested, in this country. Their mission is clear, an islamic country formerly known as America.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

What's the matter here?

Where have I been? When I was a kid, going to McDonald's was a treat. For 38 years, my dad worked the "swing" shift for LTV Steel. Swing shift meant you worked first shift one week, second shift the next and the next week you'd work third shift. (repeat until you retire) Once and a while when dad was working afternoons, my mom would treat us to McDonald's. Probably so she didn't have to cook. But it was a treat and not an every week event. Of course childhood restrictions were applied to the rare indulgence. Clean your room, do your homework and so on. When my son was old enough to enjoy the nations best fast food french fries, it was a treat as well. I can't speak for my mother, but it would explain all the Happy Meal toys at the bottom of his little suit case.

Yesterday I noticed that Arby's now accepts Visa and Mastercard. I almost rear ended the car in front of me. I was so astounded by this revelation, I embarked on a fact finding mission. Burger King, McDonald's, Wendy's, Rally's, Mr. Hero and Subway also benefit from people who utilize these establishments to feed their families. It seems fast food restaurants have replaced the family dinner table. Gone are the days when mothers cooked meals, every day, and going out to eat was a family indulgence once the bills were paid. When mom deserved a break from the kitchen it wasn't for a hamburger she could have prepared at home for half the price. We were seated at a table, not standing at a counter, and gave our food order to someone who never handled money. Where have I been and when did this happen?

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

A koran in the toilet - Part II

CAIR supporters nationwide have to be celebrating. Last weeks desecration of a koran at Pace University has officially been recognized as a hate crime. It seems they (CAIR) pressured Pace university administrators into viewing the incident as bias-related, not a simple case of vandalism as initially stated. This "reclassification" is the result of collaborative efforts of CAIR-NY, the Association of Muslim American Lawyers (AMAL), the NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force, the NYPD Community Affairs Bureau, and the Muslim Students Association at Pace. With that many "angry" muslims beating at your door insisting you see things their way, what choice did administrators have? Who wants a "fatwa" looming over your organization and run the risk of ending up like Theo or American icon, Ronald McDonald?
It this point I'm going to refer to a past post explaining why I believe islam is incompatible with western culture.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

CAIR believes a koran found in a toilet is a "Hate Crime", give me a break!

Evil exists in the world. God fearing folks understand we're capable of horrific acts against our fellow man. The murdering of innocent Amish schoolgirls is one such incident. My fellow blogger, Malott, opines with passion. To add my own feelings would not do his post justice. I do beg the question, does anyone doubt this evil act was a "hate crime"?

Yesterday's whine-o-gram news brief details what CAIR believes to be a possible hate crime at Pace University in lower Manhattan. A paperback copy of a koran was found in the men's room toilet. CAIR-NY is calling on the university to treat the incident as a possible hate crime and sees this incident as evidence of the growing phenomenon of islamophobia in the United States. I'm sorry, I just can't equate the two acts and to do so would only belittle the true pain and suffering the entire Amish community will endure.

Unlike the perpetual victim that is the muslim mentality, the Amish understand evil exists. The dead will be buried, families will mourn. Absent is an outcry for the populace to undergo Amish "sensitivity" training. However, a town hall meeting was held yesterday for the Pace student population in order to create a better understanding of islam. I just don't get it!