Random Quotations – Islam – Feb. 13th, 2017

Five items in total…

“Muslim citizens have the right to punish other citizens with humiliating, severe, cruel and unusual punishments such as death, flogging and amputation, for sinning against Allah, the Quran or Islam. Those ‘crimes’ include leaving Islam, being a homosexual, or committing adultery. And if the Islamic government does not enforce such punishments, any Muslim on the street has the right to apply the punishment against another Muslim and not be prosecuted. That is why apostates, such as myself, cannot visit any Muslim county; the fear is not only from Islamic governments but from anyone on the street.” – Nonie Darwish, “On defining religion” – Gatestone Institute, Feb. 12th, 2017.

“Protecting a border is not a nice thing. It is not a matter of aesthetics; it cannot be done with flowers and teddy bears… we are safeguarding the lifestyle, economic model, and safety so dearly cherished by Europeans.” – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, quoted by Vincent van den Born, in “Hungarian PM Viktor Orban vows to make Europe great again” – Gatestone Europe, Feb. 7th, 2017.

“David Nitkin and Tariq Khan, co-chairs of Muslim Jewish Dialogue of Toronto, wrote letters to Trudeau Feb. 7… Neither Petition E-411 nor Motion M-103 define Islamophobia, nor do they provide data to support the assertion that anti-Muslim sentiment is rising… Nitkin says the term ‘Islamophobia’ is problematic. While neither the motion nor the petition define it, a working definition has been adopted by a collection of Arab states. ‘They determined that any criticism of Islam should be called Islamophobia and should be haram [forbidden] and punished by death,’ he said.” – Paul Lungen, “Jewish-Muslim group ask Trudeau to defeat motion condemning Islamophobia” – Canadian Jewish News, Feb. 12th, 2017.

“Today Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans threatened court action against countries that refuse to relocate refugees. The first infringement procedures, which could result in fines, may be launched as early as next month… These ‘infringement proceedings’ are part of the European Commission’s instruments to enforce its will on rebellious member states, this time being Austria, Denmark, Poland and Hungary… In short, the EU is seeking yet again to forcibly overrule the will over national parliaments.” – Timon Dias, “EU threatens to sue countries refusing migrants” – Gatestone Europe, Feeb. 9th, 2017.

“Stockholm’s central train station and other crime-infested parts of Sweden may in the near future be just a little bit safer now that the government, with Germany’s help, has managed to strike a deal with Morocco involving returning of unaccompanied street children, living in Sweden and Germany, to their homeland. The Swedes and the Germans have promised to finance a pilot project consisting of two different orphanages in Morocco, an operation that will cost the EU some 20 million euros (or else, Morocco wouldn’t accept its own citizens).” – David Frankenhuis, ”Sweden and Germany build orphanage in Morocco to deport juvenile delinquent migrants.” – Gatestone Europe, Feb. 9th, 2017.

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