Random Quotations – Islam – May 1st, 2018

Seven items in total…

“An unaccompanied refugee ‘child’ has been sentenced to 6 months of youth detention for raping a 12-year-old girl in Sweden. In a police interview, the Syrian said that he did not know it was illegal to have sex with a child. The teen has also been convicted of other serious crimes, but will not be deported.” – Voice Of Europe, “Syrian refugee rapes 12 y/o Swedish girl because he didn’t know it was illegal” – April 27th, 2018.

“Jayne Senior, who has worked with grooming victims since 1999 and was made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 2016 for services to child protection, helped to blow the lid off a long-running grooming gang scandal in the town… She revealed how council officials, social services, and police – paralysed by fears of racism accusations – failed to act while at least 1,400 girls were abused… But just months after she received her award and published her memoirs, ‘Broken and Betrayed’, the council orchestrated a raid on the charity she runs…” – Jack Montgomery, “Rotherham Council ordered to apologise to whistleblower who exposed grooming scandal” – Breitbart, April 20th, 2018.

“Chaplains in the military and police services have been in existence since the early days of those institutions. Traditionally, chaplains have been a moral compass within their organizations who assist in matters related to spiritual needs and morale building… So why do the Toronto Police Service have a chaplain who has a moral compass that does not align with the Constitution of Canada, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the Criminal Code or the policies of the Toronto Police Service itself?” – Thomas Quiggin, “Does the Toronto Police Service support domestic abuse? Their chaplain does” – The Post Millennial, April 18th, 2018.

“…wherever you live, an honor killing has occurred somewhere not too far afield. Some girl in hijab whom you might have passed one day on the sidewalk or in a grocery store may well have gone home that very day only to be thrown to the floor by her brother and held down by her mother while her father opened her throat with a knife. All in punishment, of course, for a violation of some tenet of sharia…” – Bruce Bawer, “A murder in the mountains” – FrontPageMag, April 23rd, 2018.

“There are areas where cops do not go alone, but only in larger teams. Such areas now exist in almost all NRW (North Rhine-Westphalia) cities. Here we have to show a clear presence and make it clear that everyone who lives in this country has to obey the law.” – Voice Of Europe, “There are several ‘no-go areas’ where police only go in large teams, admits German police union chief” – April 27th, 2018.

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges immediately recognized – as authorities do everywhere after jihad attacks – that the real victim was not the woman who was killed, but the Muslim community. She should have issued a statement saying that she recognized that Mohamed Noor was not hired because he was competent, but because he was a Somali Muslim, and that she sees now that Leftist social engineering on the police force costs lives. She should have promised that from now on, police officers will be hired based on their fitness for the job, not their religion or ethnicity.” – Robert Spencer, “Unarmed woman shot by Muslim cop was killed by Islamophobia” – PJ Media, April 30th, 2018.
And…
“Justine’s death is a tragedy for our city. We cannot compound that tragedy by turning to racism, xenophobia, and Islamophobia. It is unjust and ridiculous to assert that an entire community be held responsible for the actions of one person. That will not be tolerated in Minneapolis. If you are experiencing discrimination, you can file a complaint at http://www.minneapolismn.gov/civil…/discrimination-complaint.” – Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, quoted by the same source.

Comments are closed.