Hodjanernes Blog

26 marts 2006

Hvor bliver spørgsmålene fra journalisterne om konferencen i Bahrain af?

Filed under: Imamer, Islam, Journalister, Labaner, Moske, Minaret, Muhammed Cartoons — Hodja @ 21:03

Hvornår er der nogen, der tager sig sammen og spørger imamerne om, hvad de har sagt i Bahrain.

Løgnene skal da være komplette – ikke?

Iøvrigt bliver den franske film genudsendt på TV2 imorgen aften klokken 23.30.

Har Tony Blair røget stærk tobak eller er han bare gået bananas?

Filed under: Citater, Dhimmi, Europa, Islam, Politik, Politisk korrekte — Hodja @ 15:32

The Muslim Weekly is full of praises for the British PM Tony Blair, who either lost his sanity or thought it was the April Fools Day already.
In a speech given to the Foreign Policy Centre and Reuters Tony Blair allegedly stated the following:

“The most remarkable thing about reading the Koran – in so far as it can be truly translated from the original Arabic – is to understand how progressive it is.
“I speak with great diffidence and humility as a member of another faith. I am not qualified to make any judgements. But as an outsider, the Koran strikes me as a reforming book, trying to return Judaism and Christianity to their origins, rather as reformers attempted with the Christian Church centuries later. It is inclusive. It extols science and knowledge and abhors superstition. It is practical and way ahead of its time in attitudes to marriage, women and governance,”  (The Muslim Weekly)

Fra DemocracyFrontline

Labanen og kumpaner er salafister og muslimske brødre

A New Muslim Country

By Guy Milliere
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 12, 2003

The Muslim Brotherhood is a forbidden movement in Egypt where it was born. It is  a forbidden movement in the rest of the Arab-Muslim world. All the specialists speak of it as a dangerous, integrist Muslim movement that has only one aim: to take the political power and to impose Sharia, the Islamic law to whole countries.

In France, it’s different: the Muslim Brotherhood can exist officially. Under its French name, Union of Islamic Organizations in France (UOIF), it is even an  important part of the French Muslim council recently created by the French  government. You might think the Muslim Brotherhood goes forward by partly hiding what it wants in order to be accepted. You’d be wrong: it says exactly what it wants. It created many websites in French and in Arabian where everything is explained very clearly. It organize lectures everywhere in  France where you can hear speakers saying: “we only have to obey the law of Allah”, or more nicely, “some stupid western intellectuals, mostly Jews, write that nobody has the right to kill in the name of God. They do not understand: It’s a duty to kill in the name of God.” 


Did Russian Ambassador Give Saddam the U.S. War Plan?

Filed under: Europa, Irak, Islam, Muslim World — Hodja @ 14:19

Iraq Archive Document Alleges Russian Official Described Locations, Troops, Tanks and Other Forces Before Operation Iraqi Freedom Began

March 23, 2006 — Following are the ABC News Investigative Unit's summaries of seven documents from Saddam Hussein's government, which the U.S. government has released.

The documents discuss Osama bin Laden, weapons of mass destruction, al Qaeda and more.

The full documents can be found on the U.S. Army Foreign Military Studies Office Web site: http://fmso.leavenworth.army.mil/products-docex.htm.

Mere på ABC – for eksempel antydninger om Irakisk støtte i Fransk valgkamp

Sagen om pigen i UK der fik dom for ikke at måtte bære hijab i skolen viste at hun blev brugt af Hizb ut-Tahrir

While perhaps not as diligent on this score as the Times, the Telegraph has certainly not neglected to cover Hizb involvement in the case, as in a Charles Moore piece dated March 5, 2005 – and, more recently, in an opinion piece from just last month, wherein Vicki Woods writes:

“At a subsequent meeting about her non-attendance, she was accompanied not by her father (who died when she was little), nor by her mother (who spoke no English), but by her brother, Shuweb Rahman, and ‘another young man’. Both young men apparently acted ‘aggressively’ and were ‘not prepared to compromise’. Shabina did not attend school for the next two years.”

What will perhaps be the Telegraph’s last words on the issue (who am I kidding?) are given to Boris Johnson, who holds forth today in typical style:

“And since the school refused to knuckle under, the extremist Islamic organisation Hizb-ut-Tahrir backed a case for breach of her human rights, and soon Shabina had a starring role in the great Rocky Horror Show of British self-flagellation, featuring Cherie Blair, Matrix Chambers, assorted terrified judges and a chorus of cretinous articles by retired feminists, famous for living colourful lives in the 1970s, in which they declared that the jilbab was really rather lovely and “empowering”, and that they wished they had worn one themselves. “

So both the Times and Telegraph are to be commended for the completeness of the coverage, as far as Ms. Begum’s links to Hizb are concerned. But what of coverage in the left-leaning papers?

The Independent can be dispensed with at once. While the Indy was certainly covering the case, with 19 articles containing “all the words” “Shabina Begum” emerging from its collection, not a single one contains the word “Hizb”, according to the search engine on site. A google search supports this.

The same cannot be said for the Guardian. This isn’t altogether surprising, as Guardian coverage of the story has far exceeded that of the rest of the “quality press” – in fact, it dates back to February of 2004, a full year before the case become widely reported.

Læs det hele på Daily Ablution

Filed under: Islam — Hodja @ 14:00

Det private rum

Filed under: Citater, Dhimmi, Imamer, Islam, Labaner, Politisk korrekte — Hodja @ 11:02


»Akkari troede, han spøgte i et privat rum.«
"Tim Jensen bryder sig dog ikke om dokumentarudsendelsens brug af skjult kamera. Det er vigtigt for debatten, at man skelner mellem et offentligt rum og et privat rum, fastslår han. I det private kan man sige stort set alt, mens man i det offentlige rum må bruge en civiliseret tone. Akkari troede, han spøgte i et privat rum.”
Billedet og citatet hugget fra En Dansker i Sverige

Så er det man spørger sig: hvor privat er man når man er sammen med en journalist? Hvis en dansk 'Kendis' var sammen med en journalist fra Se og Hør eller Ekstrabladet, og blev citeret, hvad ville Tim Jensen så sigè?

Jeg tror, de fleste ville være af den opfattelse, at offeret selv var ude om, hvad der var sagt af bemærkninger i journalistens påhør – kamera eller ej.

Arlas mange navne

Arla skjuler sig også bag disse mærker:


Fundet på Skattetryk og Ekstrabladet


Kamel Qureshys yndlingsavis The Guardian

Kamelen ynder at fortælle, at han holder sig orienteret i the Guardian, og diskuterer racismen i Danmark med sine udenlandske venner ud fra avisen.

Hvorfor er han for eksempel så glad for The Guardian?

“Den Britiske avis, som mest pålideligt kan forventes at fremføre historier mod Israel og lade anti-semiter komme til orde, er den venstre-orienterede The Guardian. I 2003 forlod kolumnisten Julie Burchill avisen på grund af “dens forudindtagethed mod Israel””.

Kilde: Bruce Bawer; While Europe Slept: s 147

The Guardian var også avisen, der beskæftigede en journalist fra Gisp-Prut-Papir, som hellere trak sig som journalist end at opgive organisationen.