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“Europe is the place where we can work on, what we consider to be, the reform of Islam… because we have freedom of speech and democracy and education and welfare.” – (Emphasis added) – “Gay” Imam Ludovic-Mohamed Zahed, quoted by Damien McGuinness in “The Berlin mosque breaking Islamic taboos” – BBC News, August 7th, 2017.
“It is too easy, too glib, to posit that individuals who believe as Dughmosh apparently does – in militant jihad, in the apostasy of secular laws – are screwy in the head rather than genuinely Islamist inspired.” – Rosie DiManno, “Case of woman accused in Canadian Tire attack like moving a mountain of defiance” – Toronto Star, Sept. 20th, 2017.
“In any war, you have to be able to prioritize: You can’t win everything, so where would you rather win? Raqqa or Rotterdam? Kandahar or Cannes?… Yet, whenever some guy goes Allahu Akbar on the streets of a western city, the telly pundits generally fall into one of two groups: The left say it’s no big deal, and the right say this is why we need more boots on the ground in Syria or Afghanistan.” – Mark Steyn, “The language of losing” – Jewish World Review, Sept. 18, 2017.
“In the latest development of what has been characterized as ‘massive low-tech jihad,’ gangs of migrants and refugees of Arab or North African descent are now shooting innocent people at random in the capital city of Copenhagen, placing in danger the lives of both locals and visitors… Three people already have been shot in what appears to be a savage form of target practice… the Danish police now warns all men between 17 and 25 years of age to avoid public spaces in Copenhagen.” – Nicolai Sennels, “Danish government on Muslim migrant crime: Worst situation since 2nd World War” – Jihad Watch, Sept. 17th, 2017.
“…when Muhammad was weak and outnumbered in his early Mecca period, he preached peace and made pacts with infidels; when he became strong in the Medina period, he preached war and went on the offensive. This dichotomy – preach peace when weak, wage war when strong – has been instructive to Muslims for ages.” – Raymond Ibrahim, “How circumstance dictates Islamic behavior” – Middle East Forum, quoting Jihad Watch from January 18th, 2012.
“Luqman Pedersen, a Danish convert to Islam, admitted to the authorities that the school wishes to create a parallel Muslim society… Two former teachers at the Nord-Vest school described how the children at the school spoke of Danes in terms of ‘them and us’. In a school poetry contest, several of the children composed poems that detailed their wish to beat up and break the legs and hands of the ‘Danish pigs’.” – Judith Bergman, “Islamic rules in Danish schools” – Gatestone Institute, Sept. 18th, 2017.
“For every rare and bona fide act of ‘Islamophobia’ in North America, there are multiple acts of Islamo-faux-bia ginned up to stir attention, milk public compassion and generate unfounded fear… It’s bad enough when the Islamo-faux-bists operate any other time of year. It’s downright disgusting when they exploit the true horrors of 9/11 to hype their delusions of systemic post-9/12 oppression and collective victimhood.” – Michelle Malkin, “Never forget: Muslim hate crime hoaxes” – Toronto Sun, Sept. 16th, 2017.
“Four American women were attacked with acid in Marseille’s main train station in France on Sunday, the city’s prosecutor’s office said. A woman was arrested… The women, said to be in their 20s, were in the Gare de Marseille-Saint-Charles train station when the acid attack happened… Two of the women had the corrosive liquid sprayed in their face, leaving one with a possible eye injury…” – Fox News, “4 American tourists attacked with acid in Marseille’s train station, prosecutor says” – Sept. 17th, 2017.
“The idea that a man is not responsible for rape or other sexual assault and that women bear the blame for such a crime goes far to help explain why Muslim men in Britain and elsewhere may feel themselves justified in grooming and sexually abusing young women and girls far less well covered… It is, however, not just white (that is, non-Muslim) women whom Muslim men hold in such contempt. This abuse starts at home in Islamic countries in the treatment of Muslim women. Its roots lie in aspects of Islamic law and doctrine that are retained in the 21st century despite having been formulated in the 7th century and later.” – Denis MacEoin “How women are treated by Islam” – Gatestone Institute, Sept. 16th, 2017.