Biden Administration Sides with Terrorists

The following report by Clare Lopez was published earlier this month by Sharia TipSheet.

Biden Administration Sides with Terrorists

by Clare M. Lopez

Ramadan this year runs from sundown on March 10, 2024 to sundown on April 10, 2024. The White House Statement of support for the Islamic observance included sympathetic references to Gaza, where over 80% of the people have told pollsters that they support HAMAS.

“Statement from President Joe Biden on the Occasion of Ramadan”, The White House, March 10, 2024

“Biden, Kamala Send Ramadan Message Empathizing With Hamas Supporters” by Daniel Greenfield at Front Page Magazine, March 11, 2024

“AOC and ‘Squad’ Dems Melt Down After CNN Panelist Accuses Ilhan Omar of Hamas Connection” by Jonathan Jones at The Western Journal, March 15, 2024

  • Seems this one struck a little close to home!

“US Intel Agency Wants To Ban Terms ‘Radical Islamists’ and ‘Jihadist’ Because They’re Hurtful to Muslim Americans” by Adam Kredo at The Washington Free Beacon, March 27, 2024

  • The term “Radical Islamists” indeed ought to be banned, given that those, like “jihadis”, who are faithfully obedient to the doctrine, law & scripture of Islam are in fact mainstream, normative, and orthodox.
  • More here — “DEI top dogs warn intelligence officials to avoid using words such as ‘jihadist’ and even ‘Radical Islamists’“ by Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch, March 24, 2024

Biden Regime Invites Hamas-Linked CAIR to the White House, Then Lies About It” by Robert Spencer at PJ Media, March 16, 2024

What does MENA mean? The U.S. Census’ new category” by Joe Grimm, March 30, 2024

  • The U.S. Census Bureau issued a formal announcement on March 29, 2024 that added a new category to its U.S. population count. It’s for “Middle Eastern/North African” (MENA).
  • “White House releases Census revision to include Middle Eastern or North African category” by Dorothy Tucker & Samah Assad at CBS News, March 29, 2024

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Cologne: The City of Muezzins

Long-time readers will remember the reporting we did in early 2016 on the culture-enriching Gropin’ and Rapin’ Festival that was held in the square outside the Cologne Cathedral on New Year’s Eve.

The following video reports on a visit to Cologne by an Italian journalist eight years later. The city is even less Christian and more Islamized than it was in 2015, and young women are even less safe.

Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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The Brothers of Mohammed in Tor Pignattara

The following documentary filmed in a suburb of Rome uses a hidden camera to get some useful clandestine footage of Islamic zealots associated with the Tablighi group. The interviewer pays special attention to the way Muslim men treat their women. No surprises for anyone who’s been paying attention to Islam, but it may be shocking to Italians who have never seen this sort of thing before.

Not that it will make any difference at this point; it’s far too late.

Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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The Brutal Treatment of Samara

The following report concerns enricher-on-enricher violence in a French middle school. Apparently the young female victim had been following scandalous Western customs in dress and behavior, and was accordingly taught a lesson by her classmates.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from the French daily Midi Libre. The translator includes this prefatory note:

This story concerns the savage beating of a young schoolgirl by three schoolmates. The local French press is downplaying the religious aspect, but it appears that the victim is a Muslim girl who was too Westernized for her Muslim schoolmates.

The translated article:

Attack on Samara: The rector of the Great Mosque of Paris “strongly condemns” this “hateful behavior”

Four days after the attack on a schoolgirl in Montpellier, the rector of the Great Mosque of Paris spoke out to denounce this “inexcusable” violence.

On Friday, April 5, the rector of the Great Mosque of Paris condemned the “inexcusable” attack of an adolescent girl of 13 in front of her high school in Montpellier. “I strongly condemn the inexcusable attack of which Samara was a victim. Violence and harassment have no place in our society,” Chems-eddine Hafiz announced in a press release.

He affirms his support to Samara’s mother, “rejecting any political exploitation,” and stresses that, “violence is formally prohibited, and the essence of our faith resides in peace.”

“The trivialization of extreme violence”

“While certain people persist in blaming Islam, let us concentrate on constructive solutions to combat harassment and ensure the security of our children,” he states, in the belief that the true problem is the “trivialization of extreme violence and the harmful impact of social media.”

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Under the Veil in Italy

Below is another report by the journalist Eugenia Fiore about the ongoing Islamization of Italy and the resulting oppression of women. It begins with an account of a parricide by a young Muslima, and then visits various cities to look at the compulsory veiling of very young girls, and the de-facto institution of purdah to keep Muslim women secluded.

Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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“Christians Are Persecuted by People of Muslim Faith”

The Italian city of Trieste lies at the head of the Adriatic, close by the Slovenian border. In the late 19th century Trieste was the epicenter of Italian Irredentism; today it is a hotbed of Muslim infiltration into Italy. The Balkan Route is currently one of the predominant pathways for clandestine immigration into the European Union, and Trieste is the western gateway on that route, opening into Italy and points further north and west.

The following report from Trieste features interviews with various participants in the migration drama, both Muslims and (persecuted) Christians.

Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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Anna Cisint: Integration Has Been a Failure

Anna Cisint is a Lega politician who serves as the mayor of the extremely culturally enriched Italian city of Monfalcone. Ms. Cisint has been a vocal opponent of the Islamization of Monfalcone, and as a result is now forced to live under police protection.

The following video from Italian TV features an interview with Anna Cisint. Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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Bringing Up Baby Gang

The following video examines the Muslim scene in the Italian city of Milan. It visits several illegal mosques, and then looks at the career of an Italo-Moroccan thug rapper named “Baby Gang”.

What is notable about the Moroccans featured in this report is that none of them, not even the ones born in Italy, are “integrated” into Italian society. And, significantly, they’re not interested in integrating — they’d rather remain Moroccan.

Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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A Culture-Enriching Easter in Sweden

I’m posting this now, because by the time I get up in the morning, the window of opportunity for an Easter terrorist attack in Sweden (and the rest of Europe) will already have passed.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from Samhällsnytt:

Terror threat against churches at Easter

March 28, 2024

Before Easter and in the wake of the Muslim terror attack in Moscow, the terror threat in Europe has lately been judged as high. In addition to Easter masses, many large events are coming up in Sweden, such as Eurovision in Malmö.

At least 137 people were killed in the terror attack against Crocus City Hall outside Moscow. In France, the terror threat level has been raised to the highest level, and in Germany, an “acute risk” is accessed. In Italy, armed police will be on patrol.

On the eve of Easter, which is the Swedish Church’s busiest period of the year after Christmas, the country’s churches are on guard.

The Swedish Church’s civil preparedness chief Lisa-Gun Bernerstedt tells SVD news that there is no information that the church would be especially singled out, but that all faith communities should be alert.

“It is clear that with an increased threat level, preparations and awareness have increased. The importance of making assessments prior to every event that brings in a lot of people is important,” she tells the newspaper.

Regardless of the world situation, the Swedish Church will remain open, and wants to “signal its presence, openness, and hope.”

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Sharia Law Dehumanizes Women

The following report by Clare Lopez was published earlier this month by Sharia TipSheet.

Women Under Sharia

Sharia Law Dehumanizes Women

by Clare M. Lopez

We’re all still dealing with the abominations committed by HAMAS and civilian Gazan jihadis on October 7, 2023. Israelis will be dealing with the horrors perpetrated against their women and girls for the rest of their lives. In fact, we should not, must not forget. Not now, during the month of March, which is Women’s History Month, and not ever. The theme running through all of this month’s articles is the dehumanization of women that seems hard-wired into Islamic Law (sharia) — or at least the way sharia culture is inculcated into the men who grow up under its influence.

“New Report Details ‘Sadistic Sex Crimes’ Perpetrated by Hamas on October 7, Forced Families to Witness Rapes” by Margaret Flavin at Gateway Pundit, February 21, 2024

“A UN envoy says there are ‘reasonable grounds’ to believe Hamas committed sexual violence on Oct. 7” by Edith M. Lederer at AP News, March 4, 2024

“A ‘male’ humanoid robot was unveiled in Saudi Arabia. It then inappropriately touched a female reporter”, by Joshua Zitser at Business Insider, March 12, 2024

  • So, in Saudi Arabia, even the robots treat women like sexual objects — seems we need to wonder about the algorithms programmed into them!

“Document Shows Iranian Protester Raped Before Murder” by Nika Shakarami at Iran International, February 21, 2024

  • The Iran International Iranian dissident group, that produces TV programming and published articles from its London headquarters, seems able repeatedly to breach the servers of official Iranian regime agencies. Here, the group has obtained a trove of documents from inside the Iranian judiciary. This report documents a “state sanctioned campaign of sexual violence” against protesters during the “Women, Life, Freedom” protests that swept through Iran following the murder of Mahsa Amini by Iranian police in 2022. Sexual violence against Iranian dissidents and protesters, both male and female, has been a recurring abuse documented throughout the now 45-year rule of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

“ISIS caliph al-Baghdadi’s wife says he had sex slaves, child bride” by Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch, February 24, 2024

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You Were in Their Territory — You Should Have Worn the Veil

The Italian journalist Eugenia Fiore recently paid a visit to a no-go zone in France as part of her investigation into the murder of a high school teacher by a culture-enriching “youth” named Mohammed. She and her camera crew were attacked for filming in front of a mosque, and Ms. Fiore was knocked to the ground, beaten, and kicked. The police were of no help. They averred that the journalist was, after all, Muslim territory, and besides, she hadn’t been veiled.

You had it coming to you, girl!

Many thanks to HeHa for translating this video report, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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The Muslim Brotherhood in Sweden, Part 18

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from Nyheter Idag:

City of Stockholm grants one million kronor to Ibn Rushd — stops contributions to association against honor violence

March 28, 2024

Last December the city of Stockholm paused a planned payment of 3.9 million kronor to the controversial study association Ibn Rushd after the Public Education Council determined that the study association’s teaching materials dealt with child abuse, child marriage, and described homosexuality as a sin. But on Tuesday, the Cultural Committee in Stockholm decided to resume the payments, Swedish Radio reports.

The criticized material was reportedly used by the study association in other places than in Stockholm, and after Ibn Rushd came back with a plan of action as the city was visiting the association’s operations, the payments to the association were resumed.

At the same time, the city of Stockholm stopped payments of 600,000 kronor per year to the association “Never forget Peta and Fadime” (GAPF), which works against honor oppression. The reason is that a board member of the association put up postings on his private Facebook page that the city views as breaking the city’s guidelines.

GAPF states in a press release that it has distanced itself from the board member’s now-deleted posts and that the association has taken measures such as updating its communication policy and ethical guidelines, as well as conducting training for staff and personnel, but the city of Stockholm is standing by its decision.

“We wonder how the city really works within democracy. How can a study association that has links to the Muslim Brotherhood and has been involved in brokering temporary marriage contracts, i.e. trafficking in women’s bodies according to a disclosure by Uppdrag Gransking [Assignment Examination] qualify for support but not us, who strongly help and protect vulnerable women and girls?” says Sara Mohammad, founder of GAPF, in a statement.

Since the election, the city of Stockholm has been run by a coalition made up of Social Democrats, the Left Party, and the Green Party.

Interview With Edwin Wagensveld

I’ve reported in the past (most recently here) on the actions by Edwin Wagensveld, the leader of the Dutch branch of Pegida, who has publicly torn up and burned Korans, provoking a violent response from “Dutch” culture-enrichers and causing him to be arrested by police multiple occasions. Mr. Wagensveld was recently banned from entering the town of Arnhem.

Below is an interview with Edwin Wagensveld conducted by Vlad Tepes. Many thanks to RAIR Foundation for uploading this video:

For links to previous articles about PEGIDA (Patriotische Europäer Gegen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes, Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West) and related movements, see the PEGIDA Archives.

Breaking Bad

I don’t know about you, but after a hard day of starvation, I like to break my Ramadan fast with a yummy bar of KitKat™ Iftar chocolate!

My sweetie feels the same way — as soon as the sun sets, she can’t wait to go behind the modesty screen, lift the top of her burka, and break off a delicious bite of KitKat®.

Seriously, though — this report from Canada is pretty sickening. I’m used to corporate pandering to the Muslim market, but this Iftar chocolate product is really pushing the envelope.

Below are excerpts from a report by RAIR Foundation on this popular halal product. I couldn’t bear to embed the two KitKat© commercials, but I include links to the videos (or you can see the embeds in the original). Marion Maréchal is a different matter, though — I left in the embed of her video:

Ramadan Conquest: Nestlé’s KitKat ‘Iftar Bars’ and Western Cultural Erosion

by Amy Mek

Nestle Iftar bars represent not a celebration of multiculturalism but rather a troubling trend of cultural appeasement and submission to Islam.

The launch of Nestlé’s KitKat Iftar Bars in Canada for Ramadan is another example of Western corporations promoting the Islamization of nations for profit. This move, marketed as a gesture of “inclusivity” to a religion that does not extend inclusivity beyond Islam, is viewed as a calculated attempt to profit financially while undermining the cultural identity of the host nation.

While regular KitKats typically feature two or four chocolate-covered wafer fingers, this Islamized version boasts 30 fingers — one for each day of the holy month.

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Nestle Canada claims that this Ramadan snack was crafted to honor the Iftar tradition observed by Muslims, where they break their fast at sunset with an evening meal after abstaining from food and drink throughout the morning and afternoon during Ramadan. With KitKat’s iconic advertising slogan, “Have a break,” the company aims to celebrate the breaking of the fast at sundown.

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However, these Nestle Iftar bars represent not a celebration of multiculturalism but rather a troubling trend of cultural appeasement and submission to Islam. This trend is not unique to Canada; it’s seen throughout Europe, with initiatives like Ramadan lights in Oslo, Norway, and Frankfurt, Germany, symbolizing a broader pattern of accommodation that threatens Western cultural identity.

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