Sunday, April 12, 2009

Dorrie's Weekend Picks, 4/10-4/12/09

Now you can understand why un-indicted co-conspirator (and Zakat-eligible) CAIR is working feverishly to keep the FBI out of the mosques. Their daily action alerts are rife with accusations of some bogus grievances, some rights violated . . . all to protect the most heinous crimes. . . .
FBI Raids 3 Minneapolis Money-transfer Shops
Federal agents raided three Minneapolis money transfer businesses that mainly serve the Somali community Wednesday, seeking records of financial transactions to several African and Middle East countries.

I am sure that CAIR National is just having a snit-fit over this happening in their own back yard of Minneapolistan. The FBI getting out of their control is just plain irksome to them, I'm sure.
Alleged Killer's Mug Shot an "Insult" to Islam

Husband says wife's [alleged murderer of her 2-year-old niece] face should not be revealed, due to custom

Talk about getting your priorities screwed up.,041109hadid.article
Accused Orland Child-killer Asks for Quran Behind Bars
[Well, you wouldn’t really expect her to ask for a Bible, would you?]

Hadid, 26, is accused of killing her 2-year-old niece, Bhia, by beating and biting her to death over a four-day period ending Sunday.

That’s beyond horrific in any language.
Megahed on ICE
Youssef Megahed, a 23-year-old former student at the University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa, last week was acquitted of federal explosives and related charges in U.S. District Court in Tampa. . . . Megahed's freedom was short-lived, however. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents arrested him Monday in Tampa. He faces removal (deportation) proceedings, reportedly based on similar charges to his criminal case. . . .

Like it or not, foreign nationals (aliens) in the United States really are subject to two separate legal systems. They are subject to the criminal laws like everyone else and they are subject to immigration and nationality laws, particularly removal provisions, which may render them deportable from the United States.
A Dutch TV Jury Has Found Osama bin Laden Not Guilty of September 11 Attacks
In the conclusion Wednesday night to the show "Devil's Advocate" on Dutch public broadcaster Nederland 2, the jury of two men and three women, along with the studio audience, ruled that there was no proof bin Laden was the mastermind behind the attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon in 2001.

I wonder how hard OBL is laughing at this nonsense.
Islam Exposed to Receptive Audience
[“Exposed” is such a wrong verb for this article. Muslim Deceives Receptive Audience would be much closer to the truth.]

. . . For example, despite the ill-informed belief that the Prophet looted and stole from caravans, he was nicknamed “al-Sadiq,” which means “the trustworthy one” in Arabic. Furthermore, his honesty and sincerity in his transactions as a merchant led to a marriage proposal from his boss, Khadija.

The invitation of Estes to Bakersfield was part of an effort to allow for more dialogue between Muslims and non-Muslims. Estes, a former Christian missionary, entered Islam through dialogue. [What on earth does that mean?] A Texas native, he now lives in Virginia and travels throughout the country giving talks about Islam.

Sophia Bham, a volunteer at the information booth, said the turnout was, without a doubt, a success. “People were more interested and happy with the hospitality. They want to study more,” [well, it’d be good if they actually studied the same thing OBL reads, cuz he sure has the straight skinny on Muhammad’s dictums] said Bham.

Okay, so what was wholly true in that little bit he said? Nada. I’m already tired of newest CAIR buzz word: “dialogue” between Muslims and non-Muslims. There’s no such thing; men like Estes simply lie and don’t allow knowledgeable non-Muslims in the room. He probably left Texas because he got nowhere peddling his bunkum here.
The Free World Bars Free Speech
. . . The "Free World," it appears, may be losing faith in free speech. . . .

Emblematic of the assault is the effort to pass an international ban on religious defamation supported by United Nations General Assembly President Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann. . . .

While it hasn't gone so far as to support the U.N. resolution, the “West” is prosecuting "religious hatred" cases under anti-discrimination and hate-crime laws. British citizens can be arrested and prosecuted under the 2006 Racial and Religious Hatred Act, which makes it a crime to "abuse" religion. . . .

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