Child Recruits

Few things are as disgusting as indoctrinating and/or forcing children to become soldiers. The methods to control them are torture, some are forced to kill their parents, take drugs, are abused and made to abuse others. It's more or less impossible to rehabilitate them.

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A looong List of Islamic Terror Groups

Imam Tawhidi, aka Imam of Peace, put together and shared this list of Islamic terrorist organisations on Twitter. I don't even think all groups are on it. To get a picture of the degree of support for them read this research paper. Al Murabitun (Africa)Al-Qaeda (Islamic Maghreb - North West Africa)Al-Shabab (Africa) Ansar Dine (Africa) … Continue reading A looong List of Islamic Terror Groups

It’s All My Fault

NETHERLANDS/NEW ZEELAND. The backlash is here which means that logic has left the building. Crazy leftists are blaming the terrorattack in Christchurch on more or less every person who have ever criticized Islam. Ben Shapiro and Sam Harris have been mentioned and I guess I'm to blame too. Sorry. Even Democrat Chelsea Clinton got blamed … Continue reading It’s All My Fault

Muslims Are Harder to Integrate

GERMANY. Ruud Koopmans is a professor of sociology at Humboldt University in Berlin who have run studies for 20 years about integration and assimilation. He has arrived at the conclusion that Muslims are more difficult to integrate than other immigrant groups. He goes so far as to claim that no Western country has managed to … Continue reading Muslims Are Harder to Integrate

– They Should Interview Us Victims of ISIS

SWEDEN. This is a text by Bitte Assarmo, who is a skillful writer, who has talked to Christian refugees from Syria. As the Islamic caliphate is disintegrating, ISIS terrorists ask the Swedish authorities for help to get back to the country they left. Men and women, who left Sweden to fight for ISIS, are now imprisoned and … Continue reading – They Should Interview Us Victims of ISIS

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 Persecution of Christians – week 9

Persecution of Christians – week 6

On February 16 the election will be held in Nigeria and current president Buhari hope to be re-elected. He has made promises to free Leah Sharibu and to stop the Fulani Militia, but nothing has happened. The last news came in October. There is no updated status report on Leah and on February 19 she … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 6

The State of Scandinavia

The Danish government has presented a set of laws and actions and Minister of Migration Inger Støjberg says that refugees should only remain in Denmark as long as they are in need of protection. When they doesn't need help any longer refugees are to return home. To apply for citizenship you have to have been … Continue reading The State of Scandinavia

Persecution of Christians – week 3

The World Watch List 2019 were released this week. It shows that 245 million Christians are persecuted in the world, which makes them the biggest group that are victims of persecution. Asia is the worst place to be Christian and one in three live under high persecution. You find links to articles that break down … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 3

The new Government: Amanda & Åsa

SWEDEN. Two new ministers from the Green Party are especially interresting. Both of them are really naive when it comes to Islamism. One day before it became public that Amanda Lind, 38, would be the new Minister of Culture she described the former party member and minister Mehmet Kaplan as a pioneer and hero. He's an islamist who called those who traveled to fight for … Continue reading The new Government: Amanda & Åsa

What Islam Isn’t

This is a text adapted from Dr. Peter Hammond's book: Slavery, Terrorism and Islam: The Historical Roots and Contemporary Threat. I found it here. Islam is not a religion nor is it a cult. It is a complete system.Islam has religious, legal, political, economic and military components. The religious component is a beard for all … Continue reading What Islam Isn’t

Persecution of Christians – week 2

In November 82-year old Märta in Sweden took a taxi home from the doctor, but the Muslim driver stopped in the middle of nowhere and ordered her to leave the cab. According to the driver Märta had said hostile things about Islam, but Märta denies this and say that he wanted her to leave after … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 2

Islamic fundamentalism common in Europe

GERMANY. In January 2015 a report about Muslim migrants from Turkey and Morocco and their views was published. One question was how many of them wanted to integrate to their new country. Wissenschaftzentrum Berlin für Sozialforchung is the most prominent research institute in Germany and the report is called “Religious fundamentalism and out-group hostility among Muslims and Christians in … Continue reading Islamic fundamentalism common in Europe

A diverse Christmas

SWEDEN. That the store Åhlens has embraced social justice philosophy in it's add campaigns isn't any news. It's probably just PR stunts to get attention, but it works every time. Two years ago it was the add of a little brown (can't remember what the politically correct term is this week) boy who was dressed … Continue reading A diverse Christmas

Persecution of Christians – week 48

Asia Bibi is still in Pakistan and haven't been able to meet two of her children in order to keep them protected. But they talk on the phone every day. The family have had to change home four times since the aquittal and family friend Joseph says: She is an incredible woman! She has kept … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 48

Persecution of Christians – week 47

Mullahs in Pakistan is said to be going house to house with Asia Bibis and her familys photographs to try to track them down. A representative from Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) says: The family have had to move from place to place to avoid detection. Sometimes they can only operate after sundown. … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 47

Persecution of Christians – week 43

Asia Bibis verdict have not been announced yet, even though the Pakistani Supreme Court generally do it the same day. A Christian lawyer from American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) claim that the reason has to do with security. Protestant pastor Nguyen Trung Ton are serving a 12-year prison sentence in Vietnam for trying … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 43