Islam Attack

The Islamic Political Invasion …
Robert Spencer - Islamic Republic of Iran, United States Foreign Policy under Democrats.
Islam is an encompassing political doctrine of civilization, not a religion in the western sense. All ‘religion’ in Islam is tied to imposing sharia law on everyone. It does not register to most westerners the actual threat - that is to usurp the host counties laws with sharia law.

In the minds of muslims sharia law is above any other law, and they will act accordingly whenever they have the number and ability. Jihad is an act sanctioned and encouraged by sharia law. The highest good a muslim can accomplish is to commit suicide while murdering unbelievers - blessed by sharia law. A mediocre ‘moderate’ muslim who decides to cause a terrorist act is transformed into a really good muslim - because they fulfilled the highest calling of sharia.

When muslims brandish a copy of the Constitution, it isn’t to extol its virtues, it’s to lean on its protection while they enact laws that enforce ‘Sharia’. Islam was built on political doctrine, beginning with deceit and ending in enslavement under sharia law. If you are not a muslim (a female muslim is worth half a man), you are less than a second class citizen under Sharia.
SoundCloud Political Islam, Bill Warner PhD https://soundcloud.com/user-460569656
CSPI Center for the Study of Political Islam https://www.politicalislam.com/ https://www.facebook.com/cspi.international/posts/812146172131323
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Feminist Muslims Fight Female Genital Mutilation’s Growing Popularity in Malaysia
by Dr. Phyllis Chesler, 23 Feb 2015, New York City

As Islam conquered what was formerly a Christian Middle East, what was formerly a Hindu, Buddhist, Zoroastrian, and Christian Central Asia (India, Persia, Afghanistan, parts of Russia), what was formerly a pagan, animist and Christian Africa, Islam also conquered what was formerly a Hindu and Buddhist Indonesia and Malaysia.

As an Arab-and African-style Islam spread via the sword, customs that may or may not have been religiously mandated also spread.

According to a recent report,
female genital mutilation (FGM), long associated with Muslims and Africans, is becoming more popular in Malaysia. Some Malaysians believe this is religiously required by the Quran; others believe it is an important Muslim custom, one that will “protect girls from premarital sex as it is supposed to lower their sex drive.”

A spokeswoman for a local women’s rights group, Sisters in Islam, insists that sunat (Malaysian for circumcision) is not mentioned in the Quran.”Previously, it was a cultural practice,” she says, “but now, because of Islamization, people just relate everything to Islam. And when you link something to religion, people here follow it blindly.”

FGM has absolutely
no medical benefit and poses the gravest harm ranging from infection, pain when urinating, agony during sex and child birth, fistulas, life-long suffering, and even death.

Increasingly, Malaysian Muslim physicians, often female, are performing FGM procedures (which range from very mild to most severe). According to a 2012 study conducted by Dr. Maznah Dahlui, “93 percent of Muslim women surveyed had been circumcised.” Some gynecologists admit that they perform “a more drastic version with needles and scissors;” other Malaysian physicians claim “less invasive procedures.”

FGM is not banned in Malaysia, although the government has issued medical guidelines for the procedures. Malaysian hospitals are not allowed to perform FGM surgeries. Therefore, many private Muslim clinics have arisen. Some Malaysians are outraged that international organizations, such as the UN, the World Health Organization, and UNICEF are telling Malaysians what to do.

According to
Abdul Khan Rashid, a professor at Penang Medical College, “The problem with the West is that it’s so judgmental. Who the hell are you to tell us what to practice and what not to practice?”

Interestingly, Reza Aslan, the author of
No God But God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam and Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth, in response to Bill Maher last year, claimed that FGM is primarily “a Central African, not a Muslim problem.” However, many experts disagree with Aslan. Egypt, Sudan, and Somalia may be located in north Africa, but they are definitely Muslim-majority countries.

In terms of accurate survey data, Hannah Wettig, who manages the Stop FGM Middle East campaign for Germany, points out that many Middle Eastern women “may be more reluctant to admit that they have been through the procedure, as it’s a more secretive than the public rite of passage in some African countries.”

Contrary to Aslan’s point, women from Kurdish Iran, the UAE, Oman, Indonesia (a fact that UNICEF tried to bury), Thailand, parts of India and Pakistan, as well as women from Malaysia have
undergone FGM.

Musawah—“equality” in Arabic—is a global Muslim feminist movement which believes that
misogynist custom, not divine religion, is behind anti-woman practices. Muslim feminists in Malaysia– including Marina Mahathir, the daughter of Malaysia’s former Prime Minister– have been active in this movement.

According to Dr. Ida Lichter, the author of Muslim Women Reformers, “when it comes to the reform of discriminatory laws, the distinction between culture and religion is particularly relevant… if cultural traditions may be more amenable to modification especially if advocated by reformers with religious credentials.”

According to Iranian Nobel Peace laureate Shirin Ebadi, culture can be changed “through law.” Before Khomeini, polygamy was “legally restricted in Iran and became culturally unacceptable. When legalized after the revolution, polygamy became more acceptable.”

As medieval Islam spreads its dark shadow like a demon-hawk on the wing, those Muslim feminists who seek freedom and dignity through re-interpretations of the Quran are facing an important but uphill battle.
Europe Is ‘Close To Limits’ On Mass Migrant Influx
by Breitbart London 4 Sep 2016

(AFP) Europe is “close to limits” on its ability to accept new waves of refugees, EU President Donald Tusk said Sunday, urging the broader international community to shoulder its share of the burden.

“The practical capability of Europe to host new waves of refugees, not to mention irregular economic migrants, is close to limits,” he told a press conference on the sidelines of the G20 summit.

A steady stream of refugees has flowed into Europe over the last year, largely fleeing from the civil war in Syria.

The issue has become a political hot potato for leaders in the region as a series of Islamist terror attacks and rising anti-globalisation sentiment have combined to create an increasingly inhospitable environment for refugees from the brutal conflict.

The highly publicised drowning of a three-year-old Syrian boy last year temporarily softened hostility to migrants, after pictures of his corpse lying on a Greek beach rapidly became an emblematic image of the suffering involved in their journeys.

Germany threw open its borders and volunteers across Europe flocked to train stations and frontier crossings to welcome those fleeing war and poverty.

But a major backlash swiftly followed. The EU’s outer borders have since come back down hard, the so-called Balkan migrant route has shut and anti-migrant sentiment has soared.

Tusk said there were 65 million displaced people around the world, and “the G20 community should scale up its share of responsibility”.

“We have enough space for all parties to discuss these problems including China,” he said, calling for financial assistance and development aid for migrants’ countries of origin. “Only global efforts will be able to bear fruits.”

Recent comments from leaders in Germany and Italy have signalled a hardening of attitudes about how to resolve the migrant crisis reshaping politics across Europe.

In March, the EU and Turkey signed a controversial deal aimed at stemming the flow of migrants to Europe.
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