Religion

Afflicted by the Qurana-virus

You find both the symtoms and the cures in these short videos. First, the product of generations of cousin-marriages: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23QqBOLf48o https://twitter.com/SAMRIReports/status/1232823174741528576?s=20 Protect yourself with prayer and by covering your ancles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0xf9ktRMrE https://twitter.com/abutopi/status/1234859279619960834?s=20 Purify your body through jihad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYLGAG_Wryw https://twitter.com/Imamofpeace/status/1233599356797779968?s=20 Praise Allah for killing people: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbzoSnPnsV0 https://twitter.com/GadflyPersia/status/1232140357397336065?s=20 Death to America and the Jews: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hp4fpqZ4OpA Always keep… Continue reading Afflicted by the Qurana-virus

Migration, Persecution of Christians, Religion

What if I Moved to Somalia?

Or the Middle East? How long would it take for me, a secular Catholic Swede, to adapt their customs? Sometimes I play around with this idea and try to see us Swedes from the immigrants point of view. Just as we find some of their customs strange and even plain wrong they see our ways… Continue reading What if I Moved to Somalia?

Migration, Politics, Religion

Muslim Refused to Be Served by a Woman

SWEDEN. Below you can listen to an audio recording made in a store in the mall in Kista. The customer was a Muslim man (full beard and wearing a long white robe) who wouldn't comply with the queue system when he was directed to a female staff member. He demanded to be served by a… Continue reading Muslim Refused to Be Served by a Woman

Criminality, Persecution of Christians, Religion

Life for Christians in Iran

IRAN. Many are praising Qasem Soleimani and even implying that Iran itself isn't an oppressive dictature, but equal to other countries and therefore deserve the same respect. People like that doesn't know anything about Iran. Out of Irans population of 80 million people about 117 000 to 3 million are Christian, but even though they… Continue reading Life for Christians in Iran