GOD Bless Quebec and its growing anti-Islam sentiment

7d7338e88347758b9ef689da4234b84cMuslims claim that they have become victims of an increasingly dangerous Islamophobic anti-Islamization environment in Quebec. Recently, Quebec has witnessed very alarming anti-Muslim and anti-Islam rhetoric that has led to moral onslaught against citizens of Muslim faith.


HUFF POST  Such toxic atmosphere has been reflected in incidents of violence against Muslim Quebecers youth, women, men, community centers and mosques.

Since the establishment of the Commission on Reasonable Accommodation in 2007 followed by Bill 94 tabled by the PLQ in 2010then Bill 60 (Quebec Charter of Values) presented by the Parti Quebecois in 2013, the planned PLQ programs and measures to fight what is called “religious radicalism” in 2015, and finally the promised new Charter of Quebec Values to be presented by the provincial government during its current mandate ending in 2018.


Some running contenders from different political parties in addition to existing elected officials do not hide their intentions to join their peers in either introducing or supporting regulations that target Muslim culture under diffident labels and excuses.


The motto that secular Quebec is in opposition to all religious beliefs due to its history of social clash with the church is not quite correct in this context. While it’s an open highway for media outlets, politicians and others to offend, insult and attack the Muslim Quebec community by degrading its public figures, religious rituals, and tainting its institutions with shrouds of rumours, these smear and hatred campaigns are rarely targeting other citizens’ groups and cultures within the society.

Umm, yes, as a matter of fact, it is!

Umm, yes, as a matter of fact, it is!

This fact brings the bitter reality that Muslim Quebecers have been under tremendous pressure with the evident lack of political will to stop the moral onslaught against noticeable segments of Quebec society.


The continuing violation of the basic human right to security and dignity has witnessed a surge in chauvinistic media campaigns against Quebec Muslims lately. Some media reports allege that the community’s schools and places of worship are related to “terrorist” organizations.


By doing so, the level of prejudice against Muslim Quebecers has reached its peak in recent history in the province. Such rumours have crossed ethics and principles of honest media reporting putting children, pupils, employees and ordinary citizens at danger by associating them with institutions that are connected to alleged “fanatics.”


The exaggeration of incidents, twisting of facts and the discriminatory campaigns against any group of citizens due to their religious or ethnic background will lead to unhealthy social harmony within any society.


In Quebec, Islamophobia, has become a strong trend that needs our attention as Quebecers from all stripes of the province’s elite, politicians, media, public figures and the general public to unite to defeat unfairness and racism. Quebec human rights values are great tools to fight all sorts of bigotry and intolerance. Islamophobia should have no place in Quebec.


MASSACHUSETTS: Local candidate under fire for calling for annihilation of Muslim jihadists

Raynham School Committee candidate Ion Baleanu says he has the right to his own opinions after a stream of honest and realistic comments about Muslims  were discovered on Facebook and Twitter.

Raynham-tweet Enterprise News  Baleanu of Raynham is in a three-way contest for two Raynham seats held by incumbents Patricia Riley – the Bridgewater-Raynham committee’s chairwoman – and Louis “Tony” Ghelfi. The issue surfaced Monday when Baleanu’s campaign pitch on the “Bridgewater Residents” Facebook page prompted resident Kimberly Burke to engage him in conversation and also search his name online.


What popped up was a disconcerting stream of posts including a March 15 tweet about American students being “forced” to recognize Muslim holidays, she said. “We need to stand up, America! We need to send these barbarians back from where they come from, the 7th century,” Baleanu wrote.



On Jan. 15, referring to an Arab woman killed by militants, he said, “Yet again I repeat my claim to annihilate Muslims.”Last August, he wrote: “We will annihilate every one of you jihadists!”

Burke, of Bridgewater, said her initial reaction was “anger and shock. “As a private citizen he can believe what he wants to believe,” she said. “And he can tweet what he wants to tweet.” But once Baleanu entered the race for public office, she said the rules changed.

Non-Muslim school children being forced to pray to Allah on a mosque field trip

Non-Muslim school children being forced to pray to Allah on a mosque field trip

On Wednesday, Baleanu told The Enterprise his posts were a response to “extremism” and groups that continually call for the annihilation of the United States. “You have to fight fire with fire,” said Baleanu, who says he is a conservative Republican. “You can’t reason with these people. We have to defend ourselves.”

“Where are my rights as an American citizen to have freedom of speech?” he said. Baleanu, a Romanian emigre, earned citizenship in 2005. “I see a problem and I want to fix it for all Americans,” he said. “I haven’t seen any Muslims stand up against extremists.”

He’d get my vote.


GREAT IDEA! Posters warn UK Muslims not to vote in general election because ‘it violates the right of Allah’

Posters on lamp posts and bus stops telling Muslims not to vote in the upcoming general election were plastered across an area of Cardiff. The signs read: ‘Democracy is a system whereby man violates the right of Allah’ and told the Muslim electorate: ‘Islam is the only real workable solution for the UK.’


UK Daily Mail  Cardiff Council have begun removing the posters, dubbed ‘chilling’ and ‘threatening’ by locals. The full message on the poster reads: ‘Democracy is a system whereby man violates the right of Allah and decides what is permissible or impermissible for mankind, based solely on their whims and desires.

‘This leads to a decayed and degraded society where crime and immorality becomes widespread and injustice becomes the norm. ‘Islam is the only real, working solution for the UK. ‘It is a comprehensive system of governance where the laws of Allah are implemented and justice is observed.’

Grangetown councillor Ashley Govier said: ‘People have a right to vote and that needs to be respected. Grangetown is a very tolerant area but it’s got to go both ways.

‘If they do choose not to exercise their right to vote, that’s their business but we’re trying to encourage people to do so and this is unhelpful and not very nice.’

Pro-Sharia Law Demonstration outside Downing Street, London, UK, 20 June 2010

Sahar al-Faifi, 29, of the Muslim Council of Wales, said the anti-voting posters were put up in response to the voter registration campaign in Cardiff for the last three months.

Miss al-Faifi added: ‘The reason behind these posters is we have had such a successful voter registration campaign across mosques in Cardiff. ‘We have been doing it every Friday for three months to encourage worshippers in an unpartisan way to participate in their civic duties.


‘Most mosques were on board and the hateful people behind these posters do not represent us. ‘The mosques believe they can be part of the political process of this country.’

The groups Muslim Council of Wales, Hope Not Hate and CitizenUK have been leading the voter registration action across the Cardiff suburbs of Cathays, Grangetown and Butetown. 


14-year-old Pakistani Christian boy dies after being set on fire by Muslims because he was a Christian

The 14-year-old Pakistani Christian boy who was beaten and set on fire by two Muslim men last Friday after answering truthfully that he was a Christian, died Wednesday, due to burns inflicted during the attack.


Christian Post  According to prominent Pakistani human rights attorney Sardar Mushtaq Gill, the young boy, Nouman Masih, was walking on his way to a cloth stitching job when he was approached by two Muslim men.

After answering when asked by the men whether he was a Muslim or Christian, the men beat him, chased him down, doused him in kerosene and set him on fire when he told them that he was a Christian. Doctors ruled that Masih’s body was 55 percent burned.


Although doctors thought Masih might be able to survive his burns, Gill told The Christian Post on Wednesday that the hospital did not have the burn treatment facilities needed to treat the severity of Masih’s wounds.

“When he was on his way, two unknown men stopped him and inquired: ‘What is your religion? Are you Christian or Muslim?’ When he said ‘I am Christian,’ they beat him and he tried to save himself. Unfortunately, they chased him and then catch him and get kerosene all on him and set on fire,” Gill explained. “This is the incident and these are all the facts. He, himself, told this to senior police officer and a number of people recorded his statement and I also heard the same words from his mouth.”

Because Masih’s attackers were able to flee the scene unidentified, the actual perpetrators of the attack are unknown.

Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/pakistani-christian-boy-set-on-fire-dies-from-burns-over-55-of-his-body-forgives-his-muslim-attackers-137580/#DZFQ6LV8xJbHwxub.99
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Oh, here we go…Australian police arrest 5 Muslims in ISIS-inspired terror plot but Victoria State premier insists it has “nothing to do with Islam”

“The Islamic State (ISIS)-style plot that appeared to be in final preparation, involved terrorist attacks against police officers on ANZAC (veterans remembrance) Day,” Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott told a news conference. The arrests took place in the heavily Muslim area of Melbourne, the capital of Victoria state.

Australia Terror Arrests

VOA News  ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The April 25 day of remembrance is a commemoration of the troops’ landings on the Turkish peninsula of Gallipoli during World War One. The year was 1915, so this year marks the centennial.

Doing the one finger ISIS salute, Sevdet Besim, 18, is one of the suspects who allegedly armed themselves with knives and swords to target police and remembrance ceremonies

Doing the one finger ISIS salute, Sevdet Besim, 18, is one of the suspects who allegedly armed themselves with knives and swords to target police and remembrance ceremonies

“At this stage we have no information that it was a planned beheading,” said Neil Gaughan, Acting Deputy Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police. “But there was reference to an attack on police. Some evidence that we have collected at a couple of the scenes, and some other information we have, leads us to believe that this particular matter was ISIS inspired.”

The Australian government raised the national terrorism alert level last year to “high” in response to threats by supporters of IS militants. The five suspects arrested Saturday were all either 18 or 19. Officials say they had links to another teen, Abdul Numan Haider, a suspected IS supporter shot dead by police in Melbourne last year after stabbing two officers.


“MAKE IT STOP!” Muslims are torturing dogs all around Europe

890514891Any dog that happens to be within a few miles of a mosque is now being subjected to the eardrum-shattering, amplified screeching sounds of the highly offensive Muslim Call to Prayer, five times a day, every day. It’s the perfect way for Muslim infiltrators in Europe to annoy their non-Muslim neighbors, while at the same time, inflicting pain on the dogs they hate so much.

h/t Rae R


AUSTRALIA: Toowoomba mosque was seriously damaged overnight in second arson attack

A SECOND suspected arson attack on a southeast Queensland mosque has been labeled by some as a shocking and outrageous crime against religious tolerance. (NO, not against religion tolerance, against the most intolerant religion on earth)


Courier Mail  (h/t Larry A) Spokesman for the Islamic Council of Queensland Ali Kadri said it was an obvious attack on the Islamic religion and community.  “The Muslim community are living in constant fear,” he  said. (I guess that’s the idea) “There are people who are motivated by hatred of Muslims.” (Apparently)

Speaking from Toowoomba, Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller said the violent attack had appalled the Queensland Government and would not be tolerated. Police are investigating the second suspicious blaze at the Toowoomba mosque in the space of three months. “We are totally disgusted by it,” she said.


The community must rally to outlaw those who disrupt others wanting to practise their religion peacefully, she said. (Peaceful Islam is an oxymoron)

Islamic Society of Toowoomba founding president Professor Shahjahan Khan said the mosque had not received any explicit threats before the attacks. “We have nothing against you – we haven’t done anything wrong against you,” he appealed to the perpetrators. (So you say)


“We are happy to forgive them if they come forward.” (They don’t need your forgiveness, they need you to get out of Australia)

The congregation acknowledged their actions did not reflect the broader community, he said. (Are you sure about that?) Mayor Paul Antonio seconded the sentiment, and said the city was determined to uphold its reputation for peace and harmony. (Only if you reduce the Muslim population)


But the suspicious fire has also inflamed tensions with anti-Islam groups, such as Reclaim Australia. The group hit the headlines earlier this month after holding nationwide – and at times, violent – rallies to oppose “sharia law, halal tax and Islamization”. 

Its Brisbane Facebook page was swamped with comments praising the apparent mosque attack after administrators posted a news article about the blaze. “Just another ‘False Flag’ to make themselves look like the victims of hate crimes,” one man wrote. Another went so far as to congratulate those responsible: “Whoever lit it up is a champion.” “Damn I’m all out of marshmallows,” another said.


The president of the Toowoomba Islamic community Professor Shahjahan Khan has also asked the suspected arsonist to think about the damage they have caused to the community. “Think of the consequences you have done,” Prof Khan said. (Yeah, I”m sure they can think about nothing else)

Islamic Society of Toowoomba founding president Professor Shahjahan Khan said the latest attack had left the Muslim community without a place to worship.

Muslims don't need a mosque. They can lift there asses to allah anywhere they want and they do.

Muslims don’t need a mosque to worship in. They can lift there asses to allah anywhere they want and they do, unconcerned about how much this offends non-muslims

It is the second such attack on the mosque this year. In January, a man tried unsuccessfully to burn the mosque by starting a fire in a bin and turning on gas in a neighbouring building.

Police have doorknocked the area and collected CCTV footage to try to track down those responsible. The mosque site has also been declared a crime scene as scientific officers pore over the damage.


And you thought only Paris suffered multiple car torchings by Muslims?

MARYLAND MUSLIM man, Mansour Kouider Benkreira, 20, is charged with 3 counts of second-degree arson and one count of breaking and entering a car.


Bethesda Now  MCFRS spokesperson Pete Piringer said investigators charged Mansour Benkreira with three counts of arson relating to the fires set on Wednesday morning in cars that were parked in driveways around the intersection of Wessling Lane and Glenbrook Road in Bethesda, MD. According to police charging documents, surveillance video from a home security system at 7001 Glenbrook Road caught Benkreira and an unidentified accomplice in the act.

The two walked up to the blue 2015 Land Rover Range Rover at about 5:49 a.m., opened the driver’s side and passenger’s side front doors, rummaged inside the vehicle and then lit “available combustibles” inside. The suspects then closed the doors and walked away, according to the charging documents.


Another victim, Angela Zimmerman of 5124 Wessling Lane, said her husband discovered a smoldering fire on the passenger seat of their vehicle when he came out to the driveway at about 6 a.m. It appeared as if someone had entered the vehicle, which police said was unlocked, taken items out of the glove compartment and set those items on fire on the vehicle’s seat.

Zimmerman said no items from inside the car were stolen but police found a spray bottle they suspected was used to start the fire. Another vehicle in the driveway of nearby 7010 Glenbrook Road also had a fire set inside it.

Police said a neighbor took a photo of Benkreira and his accomplice walking around and looking into vehicles at about 7:40 a.m. A detective who recognized Benkreira from a previous incident was able to identify him.












What to say when ignorant people and/or Muslims accuse you of being ‘racist,’ ‘Islamophobic,’ ‘xenophobic,’ or a ‘hater’ when you honestly criticize Islam

To help you fight the war against creeping Islamization, here are answers to several common responses you are likely to get for your anti-Islam views:



1. But it is just a small minority of extremists.

2. My friend is a Muslim and he’s really nice.

3. What you’re saying is racist.

4. Aren’t you being religiously intolerant? 

5. Christianity is just as bad. 

6. Not all Muslims are terrorists.

7. We can’t go to war with 1.3 billion Muslims!

8. Are you an Islamophobe?

9. Isn’t this bigotry?

10. Are you a hatemonger? I don’t believe in promoting hatred.

11. You should really talk to some Muslims. You’re getting all this from books.

12. There are peaceful passages in the Qur’an too.

13. You can pretty much justify anything if you quote it out of context.

14. There are millions of Muslims in this country and they’re not blowing things up.

15. You are a xenophobe.

16. Fundamentalism is fundamentalism.

17. Haven’t mosques and churches and synagogues sat side-by-side in the Middle East for a thousand years?

18. You’re taking the verses of the Quran out of context.

19. But jihad is an internal struggle.

20. Criticizing Islam will push the moderates into the arms of the extremists.

21. You’re cherry-picking verses out of the Quran.

22. Wouldn’t it be better to support the peaceful Muslims (than to criticize the violent ones)?

23. What about the good verses in the Quran?

24. The majority of Muslims are peace-loving people.

25. Who are we to tell Muslims to change their beliefs?

h/t Citizen Warrior


Awwww…Sabotage suspected in mosque fire in northern Greece

A fire broke out at a mosque just before Friday prayers in Komotini city in northeastern Greece that left the roof and interior damaged.


World Bulletin  An elected mufti at the Komotini Ibrahim Sharif told the Anadolu Agency that it was not yet known what exactly caused the fire in the mosque, but there was suspicion that it was an act of sabotage. He said that the fact that another masjid in the same area was attacked at the same time was deeply suspicious.

Unidentified people had damaged trees at a courtyard of another mosque in the same neighborhood. A number of freshly-planted saplings and trees in the rear of that mosque had been uprooted. “These two incidents cannot be a coincidence. Personally, I think that this was sabotage,” the mufti added. (Greeks haven’t forgotten the genocide of 950,000 Greek Christians by Turkish Muslims not that long ago)


Islamo-pandering politicians are happy to turn Maine into a sharia-compliant state


Maine legislative committee’s rejection of a proposed ban on Islamic sharia law must have the tens of thousands of Somali Muslim refugees, that the Obama Regime has been dumping into cities like Lewiston, Maine, doing a happy dance. 

Bangor Daily News  A legislative committee voted 8-2 Thursday to reject a bill that attempted to codify the state and U.S. constitutions as the law of the land. The legislation, LD 330, sponsored by state Rep. Michael McClellan, R-Raymond, was modeled after a law passed in Tennessee aimed at preventing the use of Muslim Sharia law in state courts there.



Testimony supporting the bill suggested immigrant Muslim women and their children were sometimes subjected to harsh and illegal treatment by husbands or ex-husbands. As defendants in Maine courts, these men might suggest the laws of their religion or homeland should be applied to their cases, supporters of the legislation suggested.

Maine Attorney General Janet Mills, a Democrat, wrote in a memo to the Judiciary Committee stating that she opposed the measure, as did her Republican predecessor, William Schneider when a similar bill was offered during the 125th Legislature.


Committee members Thursday said that while some may have attempted to inject foreign or religious law into Maine court proceedings, there was no evidence any Maine judge had ever gone along with allowing foreign law to trump rights and protections in the U.S. Constitution. 


There already have been many examples of American court decisions in which judges have considered sharia law as a basis for their rulings. shariah-in-american-courts-the-expanding-incursion-of-islamic-law-in-the-u-s-legal-system


The measure looked to address the legal concept of comity, which allows a judge to apply some aspects of laws from other lands if they are generally in line with state and federal laws and do not violate an individual’s constitutional rights, including but not limited to the rights of due process and equal protection.

The bill next moves to the Maine House of Representatives for consideration.