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Tuesday, 9 February 2016

"No-one loves the kuffaar"


Cardiff school children at an open day at Dar Ul-Usra Mosque in Cardiff  Source: Wales Online

Amid constant claims of Islamophobia in response to anyone who questions any aspect of Islam the brainwashing continues. From Wales Online: Mosques across Wales open their doors in bid to share a 'positive message' of Islam.

Wind back the clock and an entirely different picture emerges:



Undercover Mosque was not a one off. Read about the followup here. Also about undercover footage here which shows Muslim pupils being taught "religious apartheid". More recently David Cameron's crackdown on 'poisonous' Islamic extremists here. Read also about Britain's "No-Go" Zones here.

If all these reports are wrong a lot of people have a lot of explaining to do but in reality it is a similar story at home and abroad which suggests a constant pattern.

Mosques have opened their doors in a bid to share a 'positive message' of Islam but "It takes two to tango" was the response of a Muslim Councillor after twelve Asian men were jailed for 143 years for gang-raping a 13-year-old white girl. The  Councillor admitted that some in the community still think the child was partly to blame! Full story here. Hardly a positive image.

Despite all the propaganda the real message from Islam is clear, "No-one loves the kuffaar".

1 comment:

  1. Has the relationship between the child and the teacher changed since I was at school?
    I believed that teachers and school taught us what is good, right ,and worthy of learning. Of course it is correct to try and instil discernment into the child's mind , but a child can only develop a mind of integrity having been given a foundation of truth.
    Children are taught these days that recycling is good and important.That same child's mind is likely to think that a mosque and Islam is good and important.

    Many of these young school children have regrettably no foundation of Christianity,the move being these days towards secular education.
    It is a gross error of judgement to present Islam to these young children as their first experience of religion. Furthermore,it is appalling that the children should be shown a benevolent face inside the mosque. There will be no pictures of the 200 girls kidnapped by Boko haram ,and certainly not the cruelty handed out to 'the unbelievers' ,that is "the Christians "in Syria and elsewhere.

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