22. juni 2017

Islamic Terrorists Drag Christian Man Out Of His Car, Shoot Him In Front Of His 10-Year-Old Son And Then Shout “Allahu Akbar”

Filed under: Crimes, Culture, folkeskolen, Free Speech, Immigrants, Immigration, Islam, Jihad, skoler — Tags: , , — Jørn @ 11:33

Christians in Egypt have been severely persecuted by Islamic terrorists, and many live in fear for their lives. In a story out of Egypt, a 10-year-old boy was with his father when ISIS soldiers stopped their car. Upon learning that the family was Christian, they dragged the boy’s father out and murdered him in front […]

10. januar 2014

As Obama dithers, Egypt ramps up its nuclear options

By Raymond Stock Fox News January 9, 2014

“After the fatally-flawed interim deal signed by the P5+1 in Geneva November 24 over Iran’s nuclear program, America’s slighted ally Egypt is now possibly pursuing its own nuclear option, amid fears of an atomic arms race between Tehran and its regional Sunni rivals in Cairo, Riyadh and beyond…”

27. marts 2013

Muslim Persecution of Christians: January, 2013

Source: http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3641/muslim-persecution-of-christians-january-2013

“Egypt: A court sentenced an entire family – Nadia Mohamed Ali and her seven children – to fifteen years in prison for converting to Christianity.

The year 2013 began with reports indicating that wherever Christians live side by side with large numbers of Muslims, the Christians are under attack. As one report said, “Africa, where Christianity spread fastest during the past century, now is the region where oppression of Christians is spreading fastest.” Whether in Kenya, Nigeria, Mali, Somalia, Sudan, or Tanzania—attacks on Christians are as frequent as they are graphic…”

11. februar 2012


Reflections a Year after Hosni Mubarak’s Resignation

by Daniel Pipes February 11, 2012 Cross-posted from National Review Online: The Corner


1.      Dewy-eyed predictions of democracy within the year proved to be as silly as they appeared to be back then. Instead, a power-hungry military leadership shows it will do whatever necessary to remain in the saddle.

2.      The real action has yet to come. The Syrian regime seems destined to fall and that could have destabilizing repercussions in the Middle East’s most important country, Iran.

3.      Do not confuse Arab regimes with Arab peoples. One of my consistent themes for years has been “if you are pro-Arab, you must be anti-Arab regimes.” Events in Libya and Syria have emphatically made this point.

4.      The Realpolitik regimes in Moscow and Peking will pay a price for their backing police states, and especially the Syrian one. Likewise, the pathetic Turkish foreign policy slogan of “zero problems” turned out to mean zero problems with police states.

5.      Islamists are pursuing the age-old Middle Eastern habit of splitting just as they attain success: The Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafis find cooperation difficult in Egypt. Hamas now boasts the Haniyeh and Meshaal factions. When Islamists take over in Damascus, they will break with the Islamic Republic of Iran. Ankara and Tehran are often at odds.

6.      My favorite statement summing up the past year’s complexities: The IDF has prepared humanitarian assistance for Syrian refugees in a buffer zone between Syrian- and Israeli-controlled territory. including thousands from the ruling Alawite sect, prompting Israel’s chief of staff, Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz, to muse: “I am not sure all the Alawites will run toward Israel,” but many will do so.

(February 11, 2012)

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1. august 2011

TOTAL TAVSHED OM THARIR SQUARE – plus Rape Video fra 11. februar

Fra http://tundratabloids.com/2011/08/fundamustards-in-cairo-rally-for-islam-we-want-islam-more-islam-and-only-islam.html

Here Comes Islam

“Islamic law above the constitution,” blared many of the banners. Many chanted “Islamic Islamic”, seemingly prefacing another slogan: “Not Western or Eastern. No liberal or secular.” The show of strength by Islamists in Cairo was repeated in other Egyptian cities…” Tharir Square i Kairo lige nu:   TV raporterede intet efter det såkaldte forår i Egypten, der berettedes om med stor andægtighed og store forventninger fra alle vestlige tv-stationer af de sædvanlig kor, før det syntes at ende i islamisme. Nu er der pludselig tavshed.

Ved du hvorfor?

11. februar 2011: White reporter raped at the Tharir Square:

Nej, det er ikke derfor.

30. juli 2011


Jihad Watch:

Egypt: Banners in Tahrir Square read “Sharia above the constitution

“Gearing up, they hope and expect, for the revolution after the revolution. More on this story. “Groups quit Egypt rally saying hijacked by Islamists,” by Edmund Blair and Marwa Awad for Reuters, July 29: (Reuters) – More than 30 political parties and movements withdrew from a rally on Friday that… ”

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