Now She Regrets it All

SYRIA. ISIS bride Shamima Begum made headlines in February when she pleaded to be let back into the UK. And now she's at it again. Since I left Baghuz I really regretted everything I did and I feel like I want to go back to the UK for a second chance to start my life... Continue Reading →

Cardinal Sarah: A Voice of Reason

In a new interview in Valeurs Actuelles Cardinal Robert Sarah talk about massimmigration and his opinion is the opposite of Pope Francis. And as he says himself: My country is predominantly Muslim. I think I know what reality I'm talking about.85% Muslim, 7% Christian, 7% indigenous beliefs The cardinal sees mass migration as a “new... Continue Reading →

Christian Woman Raped to Conversion

PAKISTAN. A Christian woman who have three children was kidnapped and "converted" by force to Islam. Unfortunately, this kind of thing isn't uncommon. Saima Iqbal is a married woman with children at the ages 4, 8 and 13 and the entire family is Christian. On February 25, in the evening, Saima was abducted from her... Continue Reading →

Persecution of Christians – week 11

The violence Christians are suffering in Nigeria have gathered attention due to the massacre in Christchurch as many questioned the medias hypocrisy. Even local media in Nigeria seldom report on the attacks. 6 000 persons were killed during 2018 and there wasn't any distress, no "thoughts and prayers" nor aany candlelit demonstrations in the west.... Continue Reading →

Not only an ISIS-Haidresser

SYRIA. One Swedish woman who traveled to join ISIS claims that she never met any Yazidis and that's why she couldn't help them. She was just a housewife who ran a hair salon at home. But a source from Iraq reveal that the hairdressers whitin ISIS had an important part to play when it came... Continue Reading →

Persecution of Christians – week 9

On February 9 ten churches in a village in southern Ethiopia were attacked by local Muslims. One church was destroyed and the property of all ten of them was burned (it's believed that the other buildings were spared because of the risk that they would harm houses owned by Muslims close by). Some Christians got... Continue Reading →

The Housewives of Raqqa

The housewives have told the media how they didn't do anything, but take care of their children. Shamima Begum even said that "there's nobody who can prove anything anyway". Hardly the type of thing an innocent person says. The caliphate wouldn't have worked if there hadn't been women who performed the daily maintenace as well... Continue Reading →

Persecution of Christians – week 7

Asia Bibi hasn't been able to leave Pakistan after all and a friend say that she is becoming increasingly frightened and frustrated with her uncertain future. Asia has been moved with her husband to a secret place in Karachi and is locked in a room all the time. The door only opens at meal time,... Continue Reading →

Health Care for Immigrants or Swedes?

SWEDEN. The suggestion that one should be able to apply for asylum because of a "humanitarian ground for protection," including those who are sick, fragile and vunerable, are bound to cause trouble. Chief physician of psychiatry Stefan Krakowski writes in the newspaper Expressen today about this and how doctors will be the ones who will be pressured to let some stay.... Continue Reading →

Non-Muslims Must Convert

KUWAIT. The non-logic of what this man says is quite fascinating, but perhaps that's how the submission in Islam works on a practical level. Dualism. Double-think. "We will not kill you, but if you don't obey we will kill you". He, and many other Muslims, are in desperate need of learning reasoning technique. But it isn't easy to cultivate... Continue Reading →

Persecution of Christians – week 5

Kuwaiti Islamic cleric Othman al-Khamis has issued another statement in his weekly fatwa session by encouraging his followers to kill apostates. He has a long history of inciting hate towards Christians. The law in Kuwait technically prohibits defamation of the Abrahamic faiths, but as Islam is the state religion and there are only 267 Christian... Continue Reading →

Salvini Keeps His Promises

The number of migrants that entered ITALY in 2018 fell by 80% to 23 000. That's the fewest since 2012. Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini promised to reduce the number of migrants and have succeeded in doing so. And the majority of these 23 000 crossings happened during the first half of 2018 as Salvini... Continue Reading →

Saturday Reading

Here's some interesting things to look into during the weekend, if you're interested. An article, The grotesque immorality of mainstream Islamic ethics, by an ex-Muslim: Islamic apostasy (part 1)Permissibility of rape (part 2)Wifebeating (part 3)Adoption (part 4)Homosexuality (part 5)Polygamy (part 6) This is an article broken up in parts and with commentary about the district Saint-Denis in... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑