Category: Islam

Army puts diversity above effectiveness

General Sir Nicholas Carter is head of the British Army

The MOD have enlisted a supposed Russian threat in their bid for more money. But are the armed forces now more keen on ‘diversity’ than effectiveness? What are they for in today’s world?  And could they make cuts in their inflated levels of top brass? Nick Carter: Russia Threat First out of blocks was General …

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Recognition of Jerusalem marks Centenary

Jerusalem showing the Dome of the Rock Mosque and the Western or 'Wailing' wall of the Temple Mount

On 7th December 2017, the United States of America recognised Jerusalem as the capital of the state of Israel. Donald Trump announced the move the day before. The US president said: ‘I’ve judged this course of action to be in the best interests of the United States of America and the pursuit of peace between …

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Farage exposes Soros plotters

Financier George Soros has one third of MEPs in his pocket, according to a book exposed by Nigel Farage.

Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Prominent UK Brexiteer Nigel Farage has condemned financier George Soros using MEPs to advance his own agenda during a speech in the EU Parliament, according …

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Tesco and the Christmas Turkey

Muslim women clutch a Tesco shopping bag. But Tesco don't have a halal turkey for them.

Supermarket chain Tesco are under fire for including a Muslim family in an advertisement about Christmas. ‘However you do Christmas, we’ve got a turkey for you.’ Here is the story in the Independent. Tesco want ad award Naturally, the ad is supposed to be ‘inclusive’ and ‘promoting diversity’. But a supermarket does not have to …

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Muslim Tower Hamlets foster carers in storm over Christian child

Her Honour Judge Khatun Sapnara ordered the girl should be removed from the Muslim carers

A child in care from a Christian family was placed in care with a strict Muslim foster family who ridiculed her Christian beliefs, according to reports. The child, who cannot be named because of family court rules, was placed in foster care by social workers in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Social Services sent …

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Gays and Muslims in Islamophobia row

King John III Sobieski blessing the succesful Polish attack on the Ottomans in the Battle of Vienna – Juliusz Kossak painting

Homosexual activists and Muslims have seriously fallen out over alleged Islamophobia in last month’s London gay pride parade. And not long ago, veteran gay campaigner Peter Tatchell was urging homosexuals and Muslims to unite in solidarity against ‘oppression’.  One supposes he meant from what is left of Christianity in this country. Muslim leaders have made …

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Saudi Arabia funding UK extremism

Theresa May getting on a bit too well with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef

Saudi Arabia is the leading overseas nation funding Muslim extremist ideology, a think-tank has claimed. The Henry Jackson Society is named after the late anticommunist US Democrat hawk.  It has investigated links between a number of Gulf States and British mosques. Its report, linked here, is published at a critical time.  The UK Government refuse …

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Vigil Muslims are Ahmadiyya ‘heretics’

Ahmadi slogans

Many will have been cheered by images of Muslims at vigils for the recent victims of terror. The mainstream media have been quick to promote the idea of Muslims standing in solidarity with society. After all, it bolsters the establishment proposition that Islam is a ‘religion of peace’. Nevertheless, after a bit of analysis, it appears virtually …

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London Bridge: Mrs May missing the mark

Most Rev Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

Saturday night’s attack at London Bridge has been followed this morning by a statement from Theresa May.  But yet again, despite her ‘enough is enough’, her response is inadequate. Mrs May is now vulnerable to Labour on security.  Mr Corbyn’s denunciation of 20,000 police cuts, and his call for no more foreign interventions are striking …

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