Hold Up Four Fingers for Sharia!

A demonstration in support of the Muslim Brotherhood and deposed President Mohamed Morsi was held on Parliament Hill in Ottawa today. The video below was taken by a reader and sent to Vlad Tepes, who edited it, annotated it, and uploaded it:

So what’s the deal with the four fingers? Pakistaniyan notes that they’ve become a symbol for supporters of Mr. Morsi’s regime since the military crackdown earlier this month:

Have you seen the yellow and black colored four fingered hand sign on social media recently and want to know that what is it? Why people are posting about it on internet? Raaba/Rabia or R4BIA is four in arabic, and this hand sign by raising 4 fingers has become the symbol of the massacre in Egypt as well as Rabaa al-Adawiya Square where the anti-coup protests take place.

And Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has used the same symbol in solidarity with Muslim Brotherhood supporters:


Erdoğan saluted several times the crowd with the ‘Rabaa’ sign made by raising four fingers, which has become the symbol of the killings in Egypt and at the Rabaa al-Adawiya Square where the supporters of the ousted President Mohamed Morsi have gathered for weeks.

And here’s a reminder of what the Muslim Brotherhood stands for, in case anyone has forgotten — the Muslim Brotherhood Motto:

Allah is our objective.
The Prophet is our leader.
The Qur’an is our law.
Jihad is our way.
Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.

So this is what those earnest yellow-clad “Canadians” are really demonstrating in support of.

With just a dash of taqiyya and a soupçon of kitman, they’ve fooled the good citizens of Ottawa into thinking they’re devotees of democracy. How many Canadians have looked past the surface of all this fluff?

Vlad has also posted a video from Gaza showing what the four fingers mean to the Muslim Brotherhood in Palestine — i.e. Hamas. Check it out.

6 thoughts on “Hold Up Four Fingers for Sharia!

  1. I ask Canadians (real ones, not these worshippers of Satan) to send their local newspapers the motto of the MB.
    Allah is our objective.
    The Prophet is our leader.
    The Koran is our law.
    Jihad is our way.
    Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.

    And please spell Koran using English orthography, not that [umm..redacted] ersatz-Arabic spelling.

    • Fortunately, Canada has a lot of alternative press who know this well.

      The MSM press has their hands over their ears yelling, “nyah, nyah, can’t hear you”. This is called ‘civil discourse’ since it’s the only ‘argument’ they have. Besides the time-honored name-calling toward those who dare to disagree.

    • Heh — I spell it “Koran” when I type the word myself. But I copy and paste stuff when I can, to save myself as much typing as possible. In that case, it can be spelled “Khyrra’ann” (with as many diacritical marks as it feels like) for all I care. Just as long as I don’t have to type it…

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  4. i too happen not to agree with much regarding the muslim brotherhood et al, but do you folk have to display your prejudice so openly? that motto you refer to actually makes sense, god is their objective and goal, which person of religion or even christian would have a problem with that? the prophet is their leader, its clear he was a damn superb leader if you leave aside the distortions and or lies penned about him are shelved, the moral et al laws of the quran or koran is their constitution/ law, are we jealous? jihad is intellectual and moral and physical struggle for justice, isnt that good? and dying in god’s cause isnt that noble? also whats the big deal about not spelling it more correctly? ie qur’an? whats in a name? ilah alla allah god gudha gott el al elah eloh elohim, the 1st three are arabic, the last 5 are biblical by the way

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