All of us, every single man, woman, and child on the face of the Earth were born with the same unalienable rights; to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And, if the governments of the world can't get that through their thick skulls, then, regime change will be necessary.
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Wafa Sultan: There Is No "Islam and Extreme Islam"
Wafa Sultan - One of the most amazing videos in the history of the Counter-Jihad:
Eight people were killed by a mob in northern Nigeria this week after the perpetrators set fire to a house of a Muslim man who previously saved a Christian from the attacking mob.
According to Agenzia Fides, the mob attempted to lynch a Christian student accused of blasphemy.
The incident began when Muslim classmates beat the man, who previously converted to Christianity from Islam, for insulting their religion. After leaving him for dead, a Muslim bystander helped the victim by getting him to the hospital for medical treatment.
Properties leased on condition that they cannot host any activities not sanctioned by sharia.
The historic Admiralty House and four other Whitehall buildings are now operating in accordance with some sharia rules – including a ban on alcohol – after they were used as part of an Islamic bond scheme.
The properties must comply with some aspects of sharia under the terms of special bonds known as sukuk, announced by George Osborne two years ago when the UK became the first Western country to issue them.
At least £200m of the sukuk bonds have been sold to investors in the UK and the major Islamic finance centres in the Middle East and Asia.
The rest of the country is on a hunger strike against communism at this point. Mostly because the communists arranged it so there wouldn't be any food.
A former Guantanamo prisoner now held by Venezuela's intelligence agency has gone on hunger strike, his lawyer said Saturday.
Jihad Diyab, who was relocated from Guantanamo to Uruguay nearly two years ago, was detained after traveling to Caracas in July in an apparent attempt to see family, his California-based lawyer Jon Eisenberg told AFP.