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    Sharin' the love by the peaceful religion!

    First France, now Sweden!

    [QUOTE]Muslim-Controlled Swedish City Erupts In Riots As Police Try To Stop Man From Attacking Children With Sword

    Thursday Through Monday: City Now Controlled By Renegade Muslim Authority Erupts Again In Violence. Tensions Boiling Over As Muslims Become Most Rapidly Growing Segment Of Swedish Society.
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    According to Swedish media, including the newspaper Sydvenskan, Police responded to a report that a man was chasing children from outside his Malmo neighborhood with a sword. When the police entered, they were attacked, and buildings were set on fire. ( Pictures above and below are from the actual riots ). Firemen attempting to save the burning buildings were also attacked. The situation is ongoing and I am working on getting all the info.

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    [url=http://anklebitingpundits.com/abp_forum/viewtopic.php?t=5456] more [/url]

    Anyone see this on our MSM? I doubt they do!

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    Not surprising, unfortunately. And nothing will be done to correct it either....

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    I just read this in the Times today. I'm creeped out.

    [url]http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/19/world/middleeast/19iran.html[/url]

    [QUOTE]Iran Exonerates Six Who Killed in Islam’s Name


    By NAZILA FATHI
    Published: April 19, 2007
    TEHRAN, April 18 — The Iranian Supreme Court has overturned the murder convictions of six members of a prestigious state militia who killed five people they considered “morally corrupt.”


    Morteza Nikoubazi/Reuters
    At an Army Day parade Wednesday in Tehran, a soldier saluted a portrait of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
    The reversal, in an infamous five-year-old case from Kerman, in central Iran, has produced anger and controversy, with lawyers calling it corrupt and newspapers giving it prominence.

    “The psychological consequences of this case in the city have been great, and a lot of people have lost their confidence in the judicial system,” Nemat Ahmadi, a lawyer associated with the case, said in a telephone interview.

    Three lower court rulings found all the men guilty of murder. Their cases had been appealed to the Supreme Court, which overturned the guilty verdicts. The latest decision, made public this week, reaffirms that reversal.

    “The objection by the relatives of the victims is dismissed, and the ruling of this court is confirmed,” the court said in a one-page verdict.

    The ruling may still not be final, however, because a lower court in Kerman can appeal the decision to the full membership of the Supreme Court. More than 50 Supreme Court judges would then take part in the final decision.

    According to the Supreme Court’s earlier decision, the killers, who are members of the Basiji Force, volunteer vigilantes favored by the country’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, considered their victims morally corrupt and, according to Islamic teachings and Iran’s Islamic penal code, their blood could therefore be shed.

    The last victims, for example, were a young couple engaged to be married who the killers claimed were walking together in public.

    Members of the Basiji Force are known for attacking reformist politicians and pro-democracy meetings. President Ahmadinejad was a member of the force, but the Supreme Court judges who issued the ruling are not considered to be specifically affiliated with it.

    Iran’s Islamic penal code, which is a parallel system to its civic code, says murder charges can be dropped if the accused can prove the killing was carried out because the victim was morally corrupt.

    This is true even if the killer identified the victim mistakenly as corrupt. In that case, the law requires “blood money” to be paid to the family. Every year in Iran, a senior cleric determines the amount of blood money required in such cases. This year it is $40,000 if the victim is a Muslim man, and half that for a Muslim woman or a non-Muslim.

    In a long interview with the Iranian Student News Agency, a Supreme Court judge, Mohammad Sadegh Al-e-Eshagh, who did not take part in this case, sought Wednesday to discourage vigilante killings, saying those carried out without a court order should be punished.

    At the same time, he laid out examples of moral corruption that do permit bloodshed, including armed banditry, adultery by a wife and insults to the Prophet Muhammad.

    “The roots of the problems are in our laws,” said Mohammad Seifzadeh, a lawyer and a member of the Association for Defenders of Human Rights in Tehran. “Such cases happen as long as we have laws that allow the killer to decide whether the victim is corrupt or not. Ironically, such laws show that the establishment is not capable of bringing justice, and so it leaves it to ordinary people to do it.”

    The ruling stems from a case in 2002 in Kerman that began after the accused watched a tape by a senior cleric who ruled that Muslims could kill a morally corrupt person if the law failed to confront that person.

    Some 17 people were killed in gruesome ways after that viewing, but only five deaths were linked to this group. [B]The six accused, all in their early 20s, explained to the court that they had taken their victims outside the city after they had identified them. Then they stoned them to death or drowned them in a pond by sitting on their chests. [/B]
    Three of the families had given their consent under pressure by the killers’ families to accept financial compensation, said Mr. Ahmadi, the lawyer.

    Such killings have occurred in the past. A member of the security forces shot and killed a young man in 2005 in the subway in Karaj, near Tehran, for what he also claimed was immoral behavior by the victim.

    [B]A judge caused outrage in 2004 in Neka, in the north, after he issued a death sentence for a 16-year old girl for what he said were chastity crimes. After the summary trial, he had her hanged in public immediately, before the necessary approval from the Supreme Court. [/B]
    Neither man has been punished.

    “Such laws are not acceptable in our society today,” said Hossein Nejad Malayeri, the brother of Gholamreza Nejad Malayeri, who was killed by the group in Kerman. “That means if somebody has money, he can kill, and claim the victim was corrupt.” [/QUOTE]

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    [QUOTE=Winstonbiggs]I just read this in the Times today. I'm creeped out.

    [url]http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/19/world/middleeast/19iran.html[/url][/QUOTE]
    Let's see CAIR release a statement condemning this action! Don't hold your breath!

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    What Should Happen:

    President George Bush in the White House on the phone to the CIA; "Hello, CIA? This is the President. Listen, I've got a pretty long list here, about 100 or so Muslims, that need to be wacked. I trust that you guys will kill these animals discretely and surreptitiously. If you're enterprising enough, you can make their deaths look like another Muslim did it and we can perhaps get the Muslims murdering each other by the thousands like they did during the Iran-Iraq 'war', and they'll stop bothering us."

    What Will Happen:

    President George Bush ponders "What would Jesus do?" Jesus would do nothing.

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    [QUOTE=AlbanyJet]What Should Happen:

    President George Bush in the White House on the phone to the CIA; "Hello, CIA? This is the President. Listen, I've got a pretty long list here, about 100 or so Muslims, that need to be wacked. I trust that you guys will kill these animals discretely and surreptitiously. If you're enterprising enough, you can make their deaths look like another Muslim did it and we can perhaps get the Muslims murdering each other by the thousands like they did during the Iran-Iraq 'war', and they'll stop bothering us."

    What Will Happen:

    President George Bush ponders "What would Jesus do?" Jesus would do nothing.[/QUOTE]

    Incredible. You can turn a thread about Muslims acting like subhuman savages into an attack on the President. Deranged.

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    [QUOTE=shakin318]Incredible. You can turn a thread about Muslims acting like subhuman savages into an attack on the President. Deranged.[/QUOTE]


    Well said, my thoughts exactly!

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    I take the central point of this thread to be that Islam is in many ways a religions stuck in the 16th century. That is something that I agree with.

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    [QUOTE=Black Death]I take the central point of this thread to be that Islam is in many ways a religions stuck in the 16th century. That is something that I agree with.[/QUOTE]

    Moral of the story: Do not pander to them, if you want them to acclimate to the country they are living in. Pandering just ensures we will be taken over from within. Just a matter of time.

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    [QUOTE=Black Death]I take the central point of this thread to be that Islam is in many ways a religions stuck in the 16th century. That is something that I agree with.[/QUOTE]

    I think if they were stuck in the 16th century, I wouldn't be so creeped out about this. They are on the verge of being a nuclear power.

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    [QUOTE=Black Death]I take the central point of this thread to be that Islam is in many ways a religions stuck in the 16th century. [/QUOTE]

    I've heard this idea before, but what do you mean, "stuck in the 16th century?"

    They're not some isolated tribes deep in the jungles of Africa or Amazon River, but educated, tech-savvy, equipped with modern weapons people.

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    When will these countries learn. The only way to deal with a snake is to cut its head off.

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    shakin318, asuusa - my fellow JETS fans.

    My only hope is that when Rudy Guilianni becomes President of the United States he has the adult common sense to...'remove' the Muslim extremists of the world.

    If the POTUS and CIA don't do it, the Islamic lunatics are just going to get worse. European governments are completely feckless when it comes to...'handling' the Muslims.

    Hillary or Obama won't have the guts to do it. Bush Jr. CLEARLY doesn't have the guts to do it. Bill Clinton was totally clueless.

    Bush Sr, Reagan, Nixon, Kennedy, Eisenhower - these adult Presidents would never have tolerated loud-mouth, conspicuous Islamic extremists, IMHO. Nor would their respective CIAs.

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