Hodjanernes Blog

22 marts 2011

Australsk radiointerview med Tommy Robinson

Filed under: Bloggere, Jernhesten — Jernhesten @ 19:13

Fint interview med EDL lederen i forlængelse af TV indslaget fra 60 minutes

Tommy fortæller bl.a at EDL nu har 82.000 medlemmer

Sverige 2030 – Dar al Islam

Allah i den elektriske stol?

Filed under: Islam, Kriminalitet, Kulturberigelse, USA/Canada, Vold — Skjoldungen @ 14:26

Som herren, så hans svende – eller er det omvendt i tilfældet Mohammed?

Greensboro — Prosecutors can pursue the death penalty for two men accused of killing a father and his 7-year-old son last year during a home robbery, a judge ruled Monday. – Arshaq Allah, 33, also known as Lenox Nathaniel Grant, and Cedrick Brian Cunningham, 34, both of Greensboro, face two counts of first-degree murder and one count of robbery with a dangerous weapon. They’re accused of killing Marquise Steens, 31, and his son, Malique Steens, on Oct. 23, 2010. They were found dead at the father’s 205 Guerrant St. home by the boy’s mother, who had stopped by to check on them. Allah also is charged with rape in a separate incident.

Anwar Sadat forklarer Det Muslimske Broderskab

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Apartheid – på den arabiske måde


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Holland: Bøssepar sagsøger politiet, kommunen og staten for ikke at beskytte dem mod muslimsk vold

A gay couple from Utrecht is holding the municipality, the police and central government liable for the financial and emotional damage they suffered as a result of intimidation and violence of Moroccan youths.

Islams kvælergreb

Det kristne land Ætiopien nedbrydes – skive for skive:

No future for Christians in Muslim areas of Ethiopia ~ 69 Churches Razed to Ground ~ Always to the sound of Allah Akbar

Shariah skattesnyd i UK

Shariah bruges i UK af personer, der er/foregiver at være muslimer, til at snyde staten for stempelafgifter ved ejendomshandel.

Kinesiske intellektuelle: Vestens succes skyldes kristendommen

In the West we are doing our best to destroy our Christian heritage but in China, Chinese intellectuals are coming around to the view that it is precisely this heritage that has made the West so successful.

Former editor of the Sunday Telegraph, Dominic Lawson, in a review in the Sunday Times of Niall Ferguson’s new book, ‘Civilisation: The West and the Rest’, carries a quote from a member of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in which he tries to account for the success of the West, to date.

He said: “One of the things we were asked to look into was what accounted for the success, in fact, the pre-eminence of the West all over the world.

“We studied everything we could from the historical, political, economic, and cultural perspective. At first, we thought it was because you had more powerful guns than we had.

“Then we thought it was because you had the best political system. Next we focused on your economic system.

“But in the past twenty years, we have realised that the heart of your culture is your religion: Christianity. That is why the West is so powerful.

The Christian moral foundation of social and cultural life was what made possible the emergence of capitalism and then the successful transition to democratic politics. We don’t have any doubt about this.”

Note the source. It isn’t from a religious leader, or some religious think-tank. The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences is an instrument of the Chinese Communist government which spends a not inconsiderable amount of time and money persecuting Christians and is officially atheistic.

If this is the conclusion it has come to, maybe Europe needs to reconsider whether it mightn’t be an idea to encourage rather than eradicate Christianity.

Incidentally, just to drive home the point, Lawson also refers to this data point in Ferguson’s book: Wenzhou, the Chinese city which is rated as the most entrepreneurial in the country, is also home to 1,400 churches.

Lawson refers to a quote in the book from a prominent Wenzhou business leader, a Mr Hanping Zhang, who argues that “an absence of trust had been one of the main factors holding China back; but he feels he can trust his fellow Christians because he knows that they will be honest in their dealings with him”.

It has long been accepted that Christianity is one of the core elements of Western civilisation; it is too little understood that it is also one of the secrets of the stunning success of that civilisation.

British Muslim Miss Universe contestant receives death threat

Filed under: EURABIA, Feminisme, Islam, Islamisering, Jihad, Kulturberigelse, Tørklæde, UK — Tags: — Hodja @ 12:19

When Shanna Bukhari decided she wanted to be the first Muslim to represent Britain in a global beauty pageant, she suspected the road ahead might not be smooth, but nothing could have prepared her for the abuse she received.

”I have felt in fear for my life,” said the 24-year-old Miss Universe contestant. The attacks escalated last week when Bukhari received her first death threat.

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To millioner muslimer i Moskva

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Ægyptisk imam udtaler at det er enhver muslims pligt at hade kristne og jøder

Vanskelige arbejdsforhold

Filed under: Feminisme, Hodja, Islam, Koran, Læger, Medicin, Muslim World, Saudi, Tørklæde — Hodja @ 11:23

A Saudi man slapped a doctor in the face after he asked his sick wife to show him where she feels pain during examination at a hospital in the Gulf Kingdom.

The man had brought his veiled wife to the hospital in the southern province of Jazan with pain in her abdomen and asked the male doctor to treat her.

“When the doctor asked her to show him where the pain is, her husband jumped and slapped him in the face,” Aljazeera Arabic language daily said.

“Hospital security men seized the husband and handed him to the police…a local court ordered that he is lashed 15 times in the presence of that doctor.”

Revolution – kun for muslimer?

Er revolutionsbølgen, der hvirvler henover de muslimske lande, for alle eller kun for arabiske muslimer?

Kurderne? Berberne? Kopterne? Jøderne?

THE REVOLUTIONARY process in the Arab world is still ongoing. The true test of these revolutions will not be limited constitutional or regime changes but a fundamental change in the religious and political system: separation of religion and state, new secular constitutions, division of powers and, above all, a readiness to accept the other, full equality for women and for all minorities — and yes, the recognition of the historical rights of Israel as the state of the Jewish people.