Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis (9-8-2014)

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Re: Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis (9-8-2014)

Postby arun » 24 Aug 2018 21:01

Having sown the seed of Mohammadden Terrorism by injudiciously allowing immigration of Mohammaddens, France and Spain both inevitably though regrettably brings upon themselves the whirlwind of Allahu Akbaring acts of Mohammadden Terrorism!

Aug 23 2018. Paris knife attacker kills his mum and sister shouting 'Allahu Akbar' as ISIS claims responsibility:


August 20, 2018. Terrorist knifeman 'shouting Allahu Akbar' is shot dead by female cop after trying to stab officers in attack at a police station in Barcelona:

Daily Mail

Using the Mohammadden belief based slogan of Allah Hu Akbar while carrying out violent attacks seems to be becoming quite commonplace and geographically widespread notwithstanding many politically prominent leaders of Mohammadden majority countries piously insisting that Mohammaddenism is the belief of Peace. Besides the present attacks in the France and Spain, weblinks for some of the other Allahuakbaring attacks which have taken place in the US, Turkey, Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium and Germany, follow.

May 12, 2018. One killed in Paris knife attack by man shouting 'Allahu akbar':


March 23, 2018. ISIS fanatic who was shot dead by French police after shouting 'Allahu Akbar, I'll kill you all' and murdering three people in supermarket siege:

Daily Mail

October 31, 2017. New York attack suspect 'shouted Allah Akbar' after leaving truck he hit pedestrians with:

Independent, UK

Oct 1, 2017. Knifeman yelling 'Allahu Akbar' shot dead after killing two in France:


September 13, 2017. Man 'shouting Allahu Akbar attacks seven people including three police officers in Toulouse' :

Daily Mail

August 26, 2017. Brussels attacker shouted 'Allahu Akbar' while stabbing soldiers in attempted terror attack:


July 28, 2017. Hamburg attack was by 'failed asylum seeker' who shouted 'Allahu Akbar':

Telegraph, UK

March 17, 2017. Horror as man wearing Muslim tunic 'slits his father and brother's throats' in Paris street 'while shouting Allah Akbar':

Daily Mail

Feb 3, 2017. Knife-wielding man shouting 'Allahu Akbar' shot by soldier in Paris:

Express Tribune

Dec. 21, 2016. Assassin shouts 'Allahu Akbar, don't forget Syria' after shooting Russian Ambassador:


Aug 24, 2016. British woman, 21, killed in Australian backpackers' hostel attack by knifeman 'shouting Allahu Akbar':

Telegraph UK

August 06, 2016. Machete attacker in Belgium who injured officers, shouted 'Allahu akbar' shot dead:

CBC News

July 26, 2016. Nine ISIS militants shouting 'Allahu akbar' are shot dead in police raid in Bangladesh after plotting major attack:

Daily Mail

July 26, 2016. Two ISIS knifemen shouting 'Allahu Akbar' slit French priest's throat in church attack taking nuns and worshippers hostage:

Daily Mirror

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Re: Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis (9-8-2014)

Postby Falijee » 25 Aug 2018 22:45

Saudia Gags Head Honcho Of The Most Holy City Of The World :twisted:

Saudi Arabia silent on reports of Makkah Imam being detained
August 24, 2018

Saudi Arabia has yet to confirm or deny the reports of Sheikh Dr Saleh bin Mohammed Al Talib, Imam and Preacher of the Grand Holy Mosque in Makkah, being detained by authorities.
On Sunday, the social media advocacy group Prisoners of Conscience, which monitors and documents arrests of Saudi preachers and religious scholars, had stated that Sheikh Saleh was arrested after he delivered a sermon on the duty in Islam to speak out against evil in public.
This definitely proves that the Young Brash Prince (MBS) ( the real "power" behind the Senile Salman) is on a witch hunt against the Old Order ( Talib is part of the old order !) . And where are his Paki supporters now who came out in "full praise" of him as the Guardian Of The Holy City , while he was on a visit to Pakistan ( the only Islami Atomi Takat in the w.w. world - www )
According to Al Jazeera's report published on Wednesday, Arabic news website Khaleej Online reported that in his sermon, Sheikh Saleh "derided the mixing of unrelated men and women at concerts and other mixed entertainment events".
So, he has come out "against" MBS's NAYA SAUDI ARABIA :twisted:
Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, in an interview to CBS News in July, had said: “We have extremists who forbid mixing between the two sexes and are unable to differentiate between a man and a woman alone together and their being together in a work place. Many of those ideas contradict the way of life during the time of the Prophet (pbuh)." PBUH OK with women lib :roll:
Hours after his reported arrest, Al Jazeera added, both of Sheikh Saleh's Engish and Arabic Twitter accounts were deactivated.
On Wednesday, human rights groups had said that Saudi prosecutors were seeking the death penalty for five human rights activists, including, for the first time, a woman.The five stand accused of inciting mass protests in mainly Shiite areas of the Sunni-ruled kingdom's oil-rich Eastern Province. Human rights groups said that the execution threat is a calculated bid to stifle dissent.The Saudi government, however, has not confirmed that the activists face the death penalty.
In keeping with the "tradition of Ummah Unity" , the Shias of Saudia ( where most of the Kingdom's Black Gold is located ) receive "special treatment" from the Wahabi dominated Sunni Regime based in Riyadh :twisted:

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Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis (9-8-2014)

Postby Peregrine » 31 Aug 2018 23:25

X Posted on the Neutering & Defanging Chinese Threat & Terroristan Threads

Muslim Governments Silent as China Cracks Down on Uighurs

Most nations maintain close economic, trade ties with Beijing

UN expert says up to 1 million Muslims in ‘re-education’ camps

As calls grow in the U.S. and Europe to pressure China to halt alleged human-rights abuses against its Muslim minority, Beijing has so far escaped any serious criticism from governments across the Islamic world.

Almost three weeks after a United Nations official cited “credible reports” that the country was holding as many as 1 million Turkic-speaking Uighurs in “re-education” camps, governments in Muslim-majority countries have issued no notable statements on the issue. The silence became more pronounced this week after a bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers urged sanctions against senior Chinese officials.

“We are hopeful that the State Department will seek addition opportunities to condemn these abuses while also undertaking robust diplomatic engagement with like-minded governments to further elevate this human rights crisis in international forums and multilateral institutions,” lawmakers led by Senator Marco Rubio of Florida and Representative Chris Smith of New Jersey wrote Wednesday in a letter to Secretary of State Michael Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. They joined European Union officials who have previously expressed concern about the camps in Xinjiang.

By contrast, the leaders of Indonesia, Malaysia and Pakistan haven’t released public statements on the clampdown. Neither has Saudi Arabia. Even Turkey, which has in the past offered favorable policies to Turkic-speaking groups and hosts a small Uighur population of its own, remained silent as Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan grappled with an economic crisis.

Trade Ties

The split underscores how China’s position as a key trading partner and aid provider to many Muslim-majority nations -- as well as its longstanding policy to avoid commenting on the internal affairs of other countries -- is now paying off. The alleged abuses are also occurring in one of China’s most remote and heavily policed frontiers, making it hard to acquire first-hand evidence, such as photos and videos, that might sway public opinion in the Islamic world.

“China generally has friendly relations with most Muslim countries, mostly around trade,” said Hassan Hassan, senior fellow at the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy, a Washington think tank. The Muslim world is largely unaware of the situation in Xinjiang, he added. “It’s not covered almost at all in Arabic media, and even jihadis don’t dwell on it as much as they do about other conflicts.”

China officially denies problems in Xinjiang, a vast region the size of Alaska bordering Pakistan and Afghanistan that’s home to some 10 million Uighurs. On Thursday, Beijing warned the U.S. lawmakers not to interfere in its internal affairs.

“The policies and equal rights that Chinese minorities enjoy are far better than in the U.S., which has lot issues with racism and human rights protection,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told a briefing in Beijing. The lawmakers should focus on issues at home “instead of interfering in other countries’ internal politics, playing judges on human rights and casting blame, or even threatening to impose unreasonable sanctions,” she said.

‘Strike First’

The UN’s Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination said in a report released Thursday that estimates of the number of Xinjiang residents held in camps ranged from the tens of thousands to upwards of one million. The panel called for an immediate halt to the detentions, the release of those already held and an official investigation into allegations of racial and religious profiling.

China’s clampdown has been fueled by President Xi Jinping’s orders to “strike first” against Islamist extremism following deadly attacks in the region involving Uighurs, and reports that some members of the minority were fighting alongside terror groups in Syria. A Communist Party-run newspaper has rebuked criticism of the crackdown, arguing that it had prevented Xinjiang from becoming another Syria.

The silence on Uighurs contrasts with outrage last year when some 700,000 Rohingya Muslims fled clearance operations by the Myanmar military, which the UN has since likened to genocide. One big difference between the two cases: Myanmar’s economy is 180 times smaller than that of China, which is the top trading partner of 20 of the 57 member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.

China accounts for about a 10th of Saudi Arabia’s oil exports and roughly a third of Iran’s, according to ship-tracking data compiled by Bloomberg. It is Malaysia’s top source of foreign investment. And it has ensured the flow of more than $60 billion in loans for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor infrastructure projects.

Muslim nations “don’t want to damage their relations with China, and consider China a potential ally against the West and the U.S., and therefore they are trying to stay silent,” said Omer Kanat, chairman of the executive committee at the World Uyghur Congress, an overseas Uighur advocacy group.

Over the years, these governments have vocally opposed U.S. slights of Muslims, including President Donald Trump’s 2017 ban on travel from seven Muslim-majority countries. Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif called it “a great gift to extremists.”

An expert testifying before a United Nations human rights panel on Aug. 10 cited reports that Beijing may be holding up to one million Uighurs in re-education camps. Bloomberg reported in January on the government conducting experiments with facial recognition technology in the region.

The governments of Turkey, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Malaysia, Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt did not respond to requests to comment for this story. Multiple phone calls to the OIC for comment were not answered.

Dangerous Spillover

To be sure, maintaining trade ties isn’t the only motivator. Some governments are loathe to draw global attention to their own shabby human rights records. Beijing has largely refrained from involving itself in conflicts in the Muslim world.

Those nations “don’t particularly respect human rights themselves, so it’s hard to imagine that they would jump at an opportunity to criticize China,” said David Brophy, Senior Lecturer in Modern Chinese History at the University of Sydney.

Still, it could prove increasingly difficult to maintain their silence, as China’s policies in Xinjiang spill across its borders.

In Kazakhstan -- a neighboring economic partner key to Xi’s signature Belt and Road trade initiative -- an undocumented, ethnic-Kazakh Chinese citizen recently testified to being forced to teach in a camp before escaping. Kazakh authorities, risking Beijing’s anger, allowed her to remain.

The incident shows that the crackdown is starting to seep into China’s foreign relations, said James Millward, a professor at Georgetown University and author of “Eurasian Crossroads: A History of Xinjiang.”

“What we’re seeing is the policy effects of a shift in philosophy with regard to cultural diversity and ethnic diversity in China,” he said.

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Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis (9-8-2014)

Postby Peregrine » 01 Sep 2018 00:10

Isis terrorist who plotted to kill Theresa May jailed for life

An Isis terrorist who plotted to kill Theresa May has been jailed for life.

Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman, 21, will serve at least 30 years after hatching a plan to bomb the gates of 10 Downing Street, kill the security guards and then murder the Prime Minister.

Rahman collected what he thought was a backpack and jacket full of explosives from an undercover officer posing as an Isis supporter before he was arrested.

He was snared by a network of undercover counter-terrorism officers from the Metropolitan Police, the FBI and MI5.

Rahman, from Finchley, north London, was found guilty of preparing acts of terrorism despite claiming he was set up.

He had pledged allegiance to IS and collected what he thought was an explosives-packed jacket and rucksack when he was arrested last November.

Rahman thought he was being helped by an IS handler when in fact he was talking to undercover officers.

He was found guilty found guilty of preparing acts of terrorism in Britain following an Old Bailey trial.

Midway through the trial, he admitted helping a friend to join IS in Libya.

The trial had heard how Rahman was encouraged by an uncle who travelled to Syria to fight and was killed in a drone strike last June.

Two other uncles had been jailed in August 2016 for funding terrorism.

His concerned mother had moved to north London to get away from their influence, and Rahman was referred to the de-radicalisation Channel programme.

But Rahman spun a web of lies to Channel and went on to plot his attack over the course of two years.

Rahman came to the attention of police in July last year when he complained he was being blackmailed, but failed to attend an appointment.

In August last year he was arrested on suspicion of sending indecent images to under-age girls, but never charged.

An examination of his mobile phone raised concerns he was harbouring extremist views.

After his uncle’s death, he became even more determined and turned to the internet for help in his attack plans.

Rahman made contact with an FBI agent posing as an IS official online, who introduced him to an MI5 role-player.

The defendant revealed his plans, saying: ‘I want to do a suicide bomb on Parliament. I want to attempt to kill Theresa May.

‘There are lorries here with big gas tankers, if a brother can drive it next to Parliament I will bomb.’

He later described using a suicide belt, a drone, an IED and poison.

By early November last year, he appeared settled on an attack on 10 Downing street with a suicide bomb, gun or knife.

He told an undercover officer: ‘(God willing) will be very big if I’m successful. I can’t mess up. I can’t get (martyrdom) if I get caught.’

On November 18 last year, Rahman carried out reconnaissance around Whitehall.

Two days later, he bought a rucksack from Argos before meeting an undercover officer in Brixton for it to be fitted with explosives.

On November 28 last year, the officer handed back Rahman’s rucksack and coat, now packed with dummy explosives, and replica pepper spray.

Rahman was arrested as he walked away carrying the fake bomb, in Kensington.

Rahman claimed he had been set up by security services online, but a jury rejected his explanation and convicted him after 13 hours of deliberations.

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Re: Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis (9-8-2014)

Postby RCase » 01 Sep 2018 04:39

Seems like he is a peaceful believer with origins from the peaceful nation created for the peaceful believers of South Asia, revelling in carrying backpacks and jackets for the promotion of peaceful activities amongst the non-believers.

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Re: Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis (9-8-2014)

Postby arun » 04 Sep 2018 10:20

A case of set a Pakistani to catch a Pakistani :?:

Home Secretary of the Islamic Emirate of England, held Scotland, Wales and English Administered Ireland, Sajid Javid, who originates from the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan apparently has been forced to order an investigation of the gangs made up of his Muslim Co-religionists who like him originate in the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan and are involved in a series of acts of paedophile grooming and raping of Non-Mohammadden children in Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford, Newcastle and Telford,

Note the explicit mention of “Pakistani Background” in Sajid Javid’s statement and no mention of the Burka of “Asian” :evil: which is repeatedly trotted out whenever a gang of paedophile Pakistani origin Muslims are exposed.

Let us hope that this is not an exercise of Mohammadden Islamic style taqiyyah by Sajid Javid with the rest of the UK’s Government going along Dhimmi-like to protect political correctness gone mad:

Home Secretary Sajid Javid launches inquiry into sex abuse by 'disproportionately Pakistani' gangs

Meanwhile going by a separate article in Russia Today it appears that the fix is in with Sajid Javid going silent about the Islamic elephant in the room, namely the role of an upbringing under the influence of Mohammadden belief, being buried under the rubric of “cultural factors”. So do not be surprised that no conclusive “evidence” will be found to show that “that there are cultural factors that may be driving this type of offending”.

Grooming gangs: ‘Cultural drivers’ to be probed in new inquiry, says Sajid Javid:

“Keeping our children safe will be my mission as home secretary. I have already been clear that I will ask difficult questions about the gangs who sexually abuse our children. There will be no no-go areas of inquiry. I will not let cultural or political sensitivities get in the way of understanding the problem and doing something about it.

“We know that in these recent high-profile cases, where people have been convicted, that those people are disproportionately from a Pakistani background. I have instructed my officials to explore the particular context and characteristics of these types of gangs and if the evidence suggests that there are cultural factors that may be driving this type of offending, then I will take action.”

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Postby SBajwa » 05 Sep 2018 00:12

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Postby Shwetank » 05 Sep 2018 07:37

The barbary corsair raids from northern Africa are pretty famous for raiding along western coast of Europe (and sparked one of the first major international interventions by the US to combat it), but few know they even raided all the way to Iceland! (look at a map to see how far and isolated that island seems). Here's excerpts from accounts of the Icelanders (who have always had very high literacy). The fact that societies were run on slave economics and that there were slave markets in the squares of large cities right across the "Islamic" world, as described in the account and drawn by many European travelers, is somehow brushed aside when we are being beaten down about our history and lectured about the egalitarianism of the Islamic world (I suppose it did give somewhat of a chance for anyone to rise up and escape one's slavery or become one of the slavers themselves regardless of lineage (see the slave dynasties), still seems like splitting hairs in terms of overall suffering in the society).

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Postby A_Gupta » 05 Sep 2018 09:08

China's Jaw-Dropping Family Separation Policy
Children and parents are being ripped apart on a massive scale. It may rob an entire generation of their Muslim identities. ... en/569062/
China has sent approximately one million Uighurs to internment camps for what the government calls “re-education,” according to estimates cited by the UN and U.S. officials. The Independent and other media outlets have reported, based on interviews with former inmates, that camp administrators try to force Uighurs to renounce Islam—which the Communist Party has characterized in one official recording as an “ideological illness” and a “virus [in] their brain”—and get them to identify with the Chinese government rather than with the Uighur people.

The mass internment system doesn’t only affect the Uighurs incarcerated in it. It also involves family separation, which impacts thousands of children. When Uighur parents are sent to the camps, their children are often taken away to state-run orphanages, which are proliferating to accommodate the growing demand, Emily Feng of the Financial Times has reported. Under state care, isolated from their relatives, the children are cut off from Uighur culture and language. Ultimately, some Uighurs and experts told me, such assimilationist policies may enable China to reshape the identity of an entire generation of Uighurs.

“I really think this is achieving the sinicization of children better than previous attempts,” said Rian Thum, a historian of Islam in China. “There was an attempt in the early 1900s to force all of what we would now call Uighur children to go to Chinese school. And it just failed miserably. Rich people would pay poor people to send their kids in their own kids’ place. All the education just got undone back in the home. But now, when you take the parents out of the picture, suddenly that sinicizing education can actually take root.”

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Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis (9-8-2014)

Postby Peregrine » 16 Sep 2018 21:13

I’m a Uyghur Muslim who fled China’s brutal crackdown – it’s time the world showed us some support - Gulnaz Uighur - 4 Days Ago

Chinese officials have been targeting the ethnic group for decades. As well as being imprisoned in internment camps, human rights violations like tracking Uyghurs with QR codes are increasing

Becoming a mother or a father is often described as one of the best feelings in the world. It's like starting a new chapter – the joys of bringing a little one home, raising them and watching them achieve their goals.

Now imagine if one day you were taken away from your children and thrown into an internment camp, with no idea of why you were there, or whether you would ever be able to see your children again. Imagine that the explanation you're then given is that your crime was practicing your religion, and because of this you will be tormented. How would you feel? Scared, right? Well, that is exactly how millions of Uyghurs are feeling right now in China.

If you have still not heard our cries, then here I am screaming louder than ever, to tell you that the Uyghur people are a beautiful community of Turkic Muslims. We have our own language, culture, and music. We even design our own traditional clothing patterns. But we also practice Islam, and that is why China is persecuting us.

At present, more than 1 million Uyghur Muslims are locked in horrific “re-education” camps where they are forced to forget their identities and denounce Islam. A recent story by The Independent about a Human Rights Watch report on the increasing human rights violations in the Uyghur region, revealed the horrifying levels of abuses against the Uyghur community on the part of the Chinese government. Today, thousands of children with parents locked up in the camps are sent to orphanages. The roads in the Xinjiang region stand empty, with houses locked up and shops closed because their owners were apprehended. Since I fled China with my own family, the situation has only worsened.

I am a young woman now living "safely" in London with my parents, but the idea of losing them still keeps me awake at night. As an 11-year-old child living in China, I used to always feel fearful and knew that if anything went wrong, that even my parents wouldn't be able to save me.

We left China after one of our neighbours, Patime, had an abortion while she was six months pregnant. She didn’t survive the operation, and the cruelty of the authorities was a wake-up call for my family to leave China. The government announced plans to end the One Child Policy, but Uyghur families were constantly monitored, and forced abortion was a common thing. That feeling of dread still lives in me, and discourages me from sharing my identity with people.

Escaping abroad to the United Arab Emirates didn’t change much. Chinese embassies keep an eye on Uyghurs living in foreign countries, and keep pressuring governments to deport Uyghurs back. They even blackmail students by holding their families hostage back in China. We can’t say that a particular country is safe for us. Even countries like Sweden have upheld orders for deportation. Uyghurs have to keep an eye on their present country’s relationship with China; if the influence increases, so does the danger. Its like watching the news to determine whether or not you’ll be safe every day.

After the accession of East Turkestan by the People’s Republic of China in 1949, the crackdown on Uyghur Muslims started slowly. First, children were stopped from learning about the Quran, then from going to mosques. It was followed by bans on ramadan, growing beards, giving Islamic names to your baby, etc. Then our language was attacked – we didn’t get jobs if we didn’t know Mandarin. Our passports were collected, we were told to spy on each other, innocent Uyghur prisoners were killed for organ harvesting, and the list kept increasing, making the region feel like an open prison.

At present, there are face-recognition cameras everywhere, QR codes have been installed outside the houses as well as inside kitchen utensils belonging to Uyghur Muslims. Women are being forced to marry Han Chinese. At any time, Uyghur’s can be stopped by police and sent to the camps – it seems people are not allowed to even think without China’s permission.

Despite the severity of atrocities inflected on Uyghur Muslims by the Chinese government, the country still sits proudly as a permanent member of United Nations, and simply denies the existence of these things. In spite of all the proof, China has not even allowed the UN to conduct a free investigation in the region. Even the journalists who try to cover the situation have been detained or tailed by police. The world must stop these atrocious human rights violations, so that we do not follow in the footsteps of China, where practising your religion is a crime.

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Re: Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis (9-8-2014)

Postby ArjunPandit » 18 Sep 2018 10:33

^^I suspect, pakis will again "trump" evil indians in their usefulness to america for few more billions of dollahs, they will be able to leverage the opression of uighyr brothers in addition to their love for polk in pakiland. We indians will again left high and dry for our "morality" (not a bad thing anyways, dont want us to see in the role of a mistress).

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