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  1. Two women filmed themselves inside a mosque in Tempe, Arizona telling children that Muslims are "devil Satan worshippers," "pedophiles," and "rape goats." Someone from the Southern Poverty Law Center tipped off the mosque. The women were arrested and charged with burglary — and now one has also been charged with child endangerment. Me, I see this headline: Woman with ties to Patriot Movement AZ hit with child endangerment charges in mosque incident and immediately look for the mugshot, expecting to see Zsu Zsu. https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2018/03/26/woman-ties-patriot-movement-az-hit-child-endangerment-charges-mosque-incident
  2. Love they neighbor unless he is a muslim as usual. of course I did not mean it that way. a christian school with guns who christ like. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/liberty-university-president-guns_566348bfe4b08e945fefc8a0?utm_hp_ref=tw
  3. http://www.cnn.com/2015/09/24/middleeas ... ilgrimage/ When I first saw this story this morning the death count was at about 100, but it just keeps rising and at the time I'm writing this it's 717. This is an incredible tragedy and I just feel sick for everyone affected. It seems particularly horrible that it happened at Hajj, where pilgrims from all over the world have gathered to observe their religion. Because Hajj is a duty for all Muslims who are able to make the pilgrimage, a lot of people there are likely poor people who have saved their whole lives for this once in a lifetime trip. This isn't the only Hajj stampede incident, though, and not even the most deadly. There have been a number of similar incidents and I really hope this can be managed better in the future so this doesn't keep happening.
  4. The main purpose of Quiverfull is out breed Muslims. What if they started slowing things down? http://kuow.org/post/god-commanded-fami ... ged-malawi
  5. not sure but I see this is as people are afraid to approach her. just too different or worried about saying the wrong thing. I see this with my blind wife how do you approach a blind person? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/1 ... 60684.html A Chicago Muslim woman's essay detailing her accidental experiment of having her hijab concealed by winter weather clothing appears to have had a deep resonance far beyond "Chiberia." In a Feb. 7 post titled "I Took Off My Hijab," Blogspot user leenamielus described what happened after she began layering up with a knit hat and scarf wrapped around her neck amid the Windy City's historic cold this winter: "People started talking to me more. Women would speak to me like I knew them since forever. Men looked at me like I was actually approachable. And I was made to feel like I was actually from this planet." After she realized what she was noticing likely had something to do with the winter gear concealing her hijab, or headscarf, she wrote that she felt more confident -- like she "had simply crossed over to another world for one season." Contrary to most Chicagoans, she began to look forward to heading outdoors and continuing her "experiment." "The power of this experience lies in the fact that it was not an intentional experiment. It happened simply because of the Chiberian weather which required me to cover as much of by body with warm pieces of cloth." The essay was one of the top stories on both the Chicago and "True Reddit" Reddit communities Monday morning.
  6. ophelia

    From evangelical to ISIS

    Did anybody else see this article on buzzfeed today? http://www.buzzfeed.com/ellievhall/woma ... .grw0OVdXK (not breaking the link, because it's buzzfeed!) I think it's a really sad story and again it shows how damaging an upbringing like this is. I hope she and her kids are fine and that she comes to realize in which danger she lives!!
  7. and we wonder why countries won't take American seriously. http://www.addictinginfo.org/2015/07/23 ... into-isis/
  8. Gnostic Christian Bishop

    Do gay Muslim men get 70 other gay Muslim men in heaven?

    Do gay Muslim men get 70 other gay Muslim men in heaven? Just asking because, that seems like a lot of gay Muslim men. Might be genetics. All Muslim women who want grandchildren should bear that in mind PBUH. Piece be upon hisass. Pass the KY. Regards to Allah.
  9. This man has to keep repeating himself to what's her name: http://www.gawker.com/fox-news-amazed-that-a-bible-scholar-who-is-muslim-wr-940450217 The poor man keeps repeating himself, and all the interviewer cares about is why did he as a Muslim right a book about Jesus. Now I'm off to the Google Play store to see if I can buy and download this book.
  10. constantgardener

    Muslim cashier refuses to sell alcohol

    This story is causing a fuss in the British media this morning. Briefly, a Muslim cashier refused to serve a customer who wanted to buy a bottle of champagne in Marks & Spencer, because she would not touch alcohol due to her religion. I'm not sure how I feel about this - I mean, if you work in a food shop at Christmas you are probably going to be asked to sell a lot of alcohol. Then again, perhaps she should have been assigned work in a different part of the store. Thoughts? www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-25488259
  11. http://publicshaming.tumblr.com/post/54 ... otic#notes Not broken up because it's not a fundie blog, but a blog condeming the bigotry. Basically, a Muslim girl has an awesome American flag hijab and on her head and the bigots come out of the woodwork on a facebook page called ban Islam. Apparantly, showing patrotism is so ANTI-AMEIRCAN. The bigots express violent fantasies onto this woman like beating her, shooting her, and all sorts of nastiness.
  12. http://aveilandadarkplace.wordpress.com ... reedom-is/ Did not break the link because this girl is awesome.
  13. Sam Harris thinks that we should profile Muslims, or anyone who looks like he or she could conceivably be a Muslim, at airport security. He sets out his position here: http://www.samharris.org/blog/item/in-d ... -profiling, and further defends it here: http://www.samharris.org/blog/item/to-p ... to-profile. Among other things, he writes: [quoteFor this reason, I have argued that we should profile for Muslims, or anyone who could conceivably be Muslim, at airport security. More specifically, I argue that we should anti-profile—paying less attention to people who, based on the totality of their characteristics, could not conceivably be jihadists. Once again, I would not put you or myself in this category, but many people one sees at the airport would fall into it. I think you overestimate the ability of jihadists to recruit people who do not fit the profile, and you seriously underestimate the talent that neurologically intact observers (not to mention trained screeners, like those who work for El Al) have for spotting high-risk individuals. While it is clearly prudent to scan everyone’s bags, doing a secondary screening of low-risk travelers, purely for the sake of fairness, seems like a dangerous waste of time. Please remember, we are talking about recruiting people who want to die for the privilege of waging jihad against infidels. Just how deep a recruiting pool could this be among people born as non-Muslims? Not very. How easy can it be to recruit an old rancher and his wife from Texas to be suicide bombers? What about a pretty blonde from San Diego who once had a walk-on part on Battlestar Galactica? If it were easy to recruit such people—people about whom you would say, “Are you kidding me? They are members of al-Qaeda?â€â€”then we would not be seeing young middle-eastern men show upon on the news, again and again. ]
  14. formergothardite

    All Muslims want to kill you

    So I checked back in with the Misunderstood God blog and it appears they have given up on telling atheist why they don't believe in God and have started in on why Muslims are evil and Christians are good. I get bored reading long paragraphs after paragraphs so I just skimmed, but one of the reasons they can't just coexist with Muslims is because even the nice looking ones are evil and want to kill you. They start out quoting a book and then to "prove" that the book is right about Muslims they go find a random Muslim and have this conversation: Me:So, there’s a rumor going around Selma, that Muslims believe that any non-Muslims should be killed…umm, is that true? I’m just doing some research of my own…concerning religion… Selma:(random beautiful Muslim woman at the local park) “Yes, well…we believe, uhh, we believe that if anyone should try to stop Islam, or try to end our faith…that they should, you know, not be on the earth. Yes.†Me: (while our children link legs to make a body train to go down the slide) “So…non-Muslims? They try to take away Islam? Do they try and take your faith?†Selma: “Most do, yes.†misunderstoodgod.wordpress.com/2013/06/24/do-all-roads-lead-to-god/
  15. only in the US is stupid so well sold. NRA ,guns ,Stupid, all in a neat little package of hate. http://abcnews.go.com/US/pork-laced-amm ... cjFapzheMC New, pork-laced ammunition should serve as a warning shot to would-be Islamic terrorists with plans to attack Americans, the product's makers said today. Jihawg Ammo, the company started by Brendon and Julie Hill of Coer D'Alene, Idaho, sells boxes of gun cartridges that are made with pork products and advertised as being a deterrent to potential terrorists who may not eat pork because of their religious beliefs. "With Jihawg Ammo, you don't just kill an Islamist terrorist, you also send him to hell," the company said in a press release earlier this month. "That should give would-be martyrs something to think about before they launch an attack. If it ever becomes necessary to defend yourself and those around you our ammo works on two levels." Brendon Hill, who developed the technology for the cartridges with his wife, said that the idea behind the ammunition was that if a devout Muslim were thinking of carrying out a terrorist attack, they might be deterred by knowing they could be shot with bullets covered in pork, a religiously forbidden food. He is not promoting violence toward Muslims, he insisted. In fact, the company also makes apparel promoting "Peace Through Pork." Brendon said that he and his wife started the company as a tongue-in-cheek way to stand up to radical Islamic terrorists. U.S. Forces Burn Old Copies of the Koran Watch Video "We're having some fun with it," Hill said. "There's something to be said about using sarcasm to reveal truth about something that is false ora lie, and we're focusing on the absolute lie they tell that murdering people is good." "We realize we've hit an emotional thread, and I'd loosely define this as a red-state/blue-state issue," Hill added. "That's where our customers are coming from and in that demographic, our product is a way to push back against political correctness. It's the proverbial middle finger back to political correctness." Ibrahim Hooper, spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said the Hills were trying to exploit Muslims for their own profit. "This is just one of many individuals and companies who seek to make a quick buck exploiting the growing Islamaphobia in our society," Hooper said. "We're not motivated by giving them free publicity they so desperately seek. That's their intention -- to get people upset so that they talk about it and they make money. "If somebody did actually use one of these bullets to target a Muslim," he added, "I am sure that a hate crime enhancement would fit." The Hills came up with the idea while camping with friends and talking about the "Ground Zero Mosque," the name given by opponents to an Islamic cultural center in New York City that was going to open near the World Trade Center site. They were angry over the center and what Hill called "a wave of radical Islam perpetuating from the Middle East to Europe to here." Brendon Hill said his wife, stay-at-home mom Julie, came up with the idea and the name. Brendon, who used to work for the NRA as a fundraiser, said he drew on his undergraduate science degree and tinkered with the formula for making the ammunition, figuring out how to add pork products to the paint on gun cartridges while ensuring that the paint still works. They started selling their product earlier this spring.
  16. A woman in Toronto went into an all male barbershop in Toronto because she wanted a "man's" hair cut. Every barber there refused to cut her hair because they were all Muslim and they said it violated their religion to touch a woman they were not related to. She is now taking them to the Human Right's tribunal. It is a pretty sticky case because they are framing it as competing rights, the men's right to practice their religion and the woman's right to not be denied a service based on her gender. It is interesting that most of the comments on the article seem to be siding with the men's right to practice their religion. I wonder how fundies would react to this? They either have to side with the woman not performing proper gender expectations or Muslims. I think their brains would shut down trying to figure out who they hated more. http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/article ... of-ontario
  17. This is a great thing this church does so of course they are attacked because of course all Muslims are the jehad. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/0 ... 45495.html For the first time in its history, the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) is holding its annual convention at a Christian church. But now the council's host, All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, Calif., is facing vitriolic backlash. The church has received over 25 hate emails and threats since Friday, Rev. Susan Russell, senior associate for communications at All Saints, told The Huffington Post Wednesday. She blogged about the MPAC event for HuffPost Tuesday, and spoke to the negative reception the church has faced so far.
  18. Sunnichick31

    Muslim Feminist

    Someone reblogged this on Tumblr today and it makes me so mad! This was my reply Let's ask Malala if the Taliban gave her the rights that she is given in Islam. Lets ask women from Saudi Arabia if they have their rights. Lets ask the women in Afganistan who were not able to see a doctor if they were given their rights under the Taliban, oh wait, we can't cause they died of infections which could have been prevented or treated, but they couldn't see a doctor because female doctors were rare and they weren't allowed to see male doctors. I HATE it when people say we don't need feminism. (edited cause part of the original post ended up being grouped with my reply.)
  19. I got super upset at bible study last night. For a multitude of reasons, actually, but this one tops it. At the beginning of bible study sometimes we have discussion questions. Last night's was, "If you knew that the world was going to end in 6 months, name 2 serious things you would do and one non serious thing." Most of the answers were fairly normal; go out and do a bunch of wild things, travel the world, go to New Zealand, swim with dolphins (ok, that one was mine.) And then one of the girls goes, "I'd bomb (I didn't quite catch the name of the country she mentioned) so that all the Muslims would no longer believe in Allah (did I spell that right?) and then they'd all believe in Jesus and become Christians." Me: sputters Other girl: I'm not sure that that could actually happen..... Me: *struggling to come up with words* I don't think believing in Jesus would be quite the reaction to being bombed by a bunch of Christians... Other Girl: Well hey, it's the end of the world, go for it. Most other girls (we just happened to be a group of all girls, it was a co-ed bible study) seemed to be in agreement. As you can see, sometimes I struggle to put concepts into words. These are girls that I have always thought of as really cool, very caring, very sincere individuals. I therefore am confused as to how they can think this way. Aside from the logic being unbiblical, it's not even logical. And then the speaker talked about how he went to Europe and started asking people about God and Jesus and the bible and almost everyone he talked to had NEVER HEARD ABOUT EITHER ONE!!!!1!!!!1!!!!!1! And, personally, I find that hard to believe, but, I've never been to Europe... but I still can't quite swallow that one. I don't know. I guess I'm just... disillusioned? And more than a little upset.
  20. http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/saudi- ... 6449383578
  21. ricky_ticky

    anybody know Muslim women's dress

    I wondered if anyone can identify the country of origin for a style of hijab that's new to me. Seen in O'hare airport and then on a group of women at the Philadelphia Zoo. It looks to be a cotton fabric with embroidered flours on the borders and hem. There were two garments; a slim but not form-fitting robe with long funnel sleeves, and a cape gathered to a hood that tied beneath the chin and framed the face. The edge of the cape and the hem of the robe were embroidered with bright colored satin stitch flowers. An older woman was wearing this in white with black motifs @ O'hare. She was accompanied by teenagers wearing jeans and modern attire. A group was seen at the Philly zoo - three couples and children. Two young women wore bright yellow garments with multicolored embroidery. An older woman wore a leaf green color. Two female children wore bright pink. All of the female garments were identical aside from the different colors. I had the impression that the women were all wearing some sort of undergarments because of the light weight of the fabric - at least a slip and chemise. The men accompanying wore white "pill-box looking" brimless caps. Attempts at internet research have not been successful. Any ideas?
  22. Glass Cowcatcher

    Female Arab/Muslim Athletes on the rise

    [link=http://www.npr.org/blogs/pictureshow/2012/07/27/157432980/photos-female-arab-athletes-on-the-rise]This article was on NPR today.[/link] Pictures of female Arab/Muslim* athletes. Some of whom are going to the Olympics this year. Thought I'd post because I found the variety of dress interesting, and I'm glad to see small steps for women in that part of the world. *The article says Arab, but several commenters point out that many of the women do not look Arabic.
  23. theologygeek

    What Do You Think Of This? - Muslims

    The Muslims had a festival in Michigan. The Christians walked through the festival carrying signs. The Muslims shouted and threw bottles of pee at the Christians. This part irritated me. The Christian guy said to the cop "The problem is, when you're not around, that's when they start throwing things." The cop replies "But part of the reason they throw things on someone is because you tell them stuff that enrages them." WTF? That's like a cop telling an abused wife that she deserved being abused because she said something to make her husband hit her. Thoughts? http://youtu.be/tzVdOtF2g-U http://youtu.be/tzVdOtF2g-U
  24. duplessis3

    Muslimah talks about religious abuse

    A sober second look is the name of the blog. The zimilarities to quiverful patriarchal religion are amazing - patriarchy is the problem. Anyway it is exceptionally well written and fascinating.
  25. I stumbled onto this post when looking up info on another blogger. polygamy411DOTcom/en/2011/12/14/what-causes-wives-in-polygamous-marriages-to-dislike-one-another/ It's about why wives are jealous of other wives. What's refreshing (but really sad) is that while they exhort themselves to turn to Allah, none of them sound the least bit happy about the situation. In fact, many of the women haven't even met the other wives, or have barely met them.
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