Saturday, April 12, 2008

Sharia, Sharia and MORE Sharia Part 2

This is the second part of what will unfortunately be a never ending series. It is not unfortunate in the sense that I will have to write these. I feel it is my duty. It is unfortunate because Islamofascists are never going to end their push to establish Sharia Law in the West. Their demands are getting and will get greater and greater. The more we give in, the more they will want. We already have calls to prayers being broadcast from Mosque loud speakers for all to hear, foot washing basins being built with tax payers money, etc. and now the push is getting greater.
Not all of the events are taking place here in the United States, but they are all connected as they represent the same goal. The goal of Islamic rule. Think about what goes on in the Middle East, is that what we really want here? Well that is what Islamofascists here want and make no mistake they are here. That is the problem with Muslim immigration. When you let in the "good" Muslims, you let in the ""bad" Muslims. Part of their plan is to "attack" the minds of our kids. To try and put a positive spin on Islam and get them used to slowly living under Islam rule.


1. Aussie Muslim Students Petition Universities For Sharia.
With absolutely no concern for anyone else. They seem to think the world owes them something, but then again we are just apes and pigs to them. Is there any coincidence that this selfish demand happened shortly after strong conservative leader John Howard was voted out of office? Howard who told Muslims that if they want Sharia they should leave the land of OZ. I think not.

Muslims want universities to fit prayer time
Richard Kerbaj and Milanda Rout | February 25, 2008
MUSLIM university students want lectures to be rescheduled to fit in with prayer timetables and separate male and female eating and recreational areas established on Australian campuses.

International Muslim students, predominantly from Saudi Arabia, have asked universities in Melbourne to change class times so they can attend congregational prayers. They also want a female-only area for Muslim students to eat and relax.

But at least one institution has rejected their demands, arguing that the university is secular and it does not want to set a precedent for requests granted in the name of religious beliefs.

La Trobe University International chief officer John Molony said several students had approached the Bundoora institution about rearranging class times to fit in with daily prayers.

Mr Molony said the university was attempting to "meet the needs" of an increasing number of Muslim international students, including doubling the size of the prayer room on campus.

La Trobe University International College director Martin Van Run said that although it was involved in discussions with the Muslim students who had made the requests, the university was not planning to change any timetables.

"That would seriously inconvenience other people at the college and it is not institutionally viable," he told The Australian. "We are a secular institution ... and we need to have a structured timetable."

Mr Van Run said that Saudi students were fully aware that the university was secular before coming to study there. "They know well in advance the class times," he said.

A spokesman for RMIT University would neither confirm nor deny reports that Muslim students had requested timetable changes.

One university source told The Australian that the requests by Muslim international students for timetable changes included a petition.

"Some of the students would prefer that lecture times were organised so it would be easy for them to attend prayers," he said. "But it wouldn't be a good precedent to set."

Islamic leaders yesterday backed the push by Muslim students to have their lectures arranged to accommodate prayer sessions, but said such a move would be essential only for congregational Friday prayers.

Female Muslim leader Aziza Abdel-Halim said yesterday it was a religious duty for those who followed Islam to preach with their fellow believers on Fridays.

But the former senior member of John Howard's Muslim reference board said there was nothing in Islam that indicated men and women be segregated when it came to educational activities.

"There's nothing in Islam that says there should be complete segregation, especially in educational institutions," said Sister Abdel-Halim.

She said afternoon prayers for Muslims - Zhohor, at 1.10pm, and Asr, at 4.50pm - could be performed until 10 minutes before the following daily prayer, so it was more appropriate to alter prayer times than lecture schedules.

"It's reasonable to ask for the lectures to be shifted around on Friday," Sister Abdel-Halim said. "But if it's going to cause havoc with the timetable, I don't think it's really feasible to ask for every single prayer to be catered for."
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2.Harvard University Blasts Calls to Prayers For All to Hear
Some Islamic apologists will try and equate this with Sunday Church bells ringing. Which is a reminder it is time to attend Church. True the calls to prayers are a reminder. But they happen 3 to 5 times a day and the English translation from Arabic to what they actually mean is at the bottom of this page.

Harvard Allowing Muslim Call to Prayer Stirs Controversy.....
The Saudis have been donating massive amounts of money to Harvard for years, mix that in with a heaping dose of academia and this is what you get.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Two issues of Muslim practice — whether the call to prayer should ring out across Harvard Yard and whether the university should grant women separate gym hours — have unleashed small waves of controversy over how Harvard practices tolerance.

.....The second controversy occurred after the adhan, or call to prayer, was once again broadcast across Harvard Yard at noon from the steps of the Widener Library for several days late last month. The broadcast was part of Islam Awareness Week, sponsored by the Muslim student club, the Harvard Islamic Society.

On March 13, an op-ed article by three graduate students denounced the practice, which has been going on for several years. They wrote that while pluralism was fine, the adhan espouses Muslim intolerance toward other faiths by stating that the Prophet Muhammad is God’s messenger. Calling it proselytizing, the op-ed article said, “The adhan, it seems, is the exception to Harvard’s unspoken rule of religious tolerance and respect.”

As to the call to prayer, Muslim students said the adhan was a basic statement of their creed and had nothing to do with denying other faiths. The debate focused mostly on whether Muslims were getting a right denied to people of other religions.

One student wrote in the comments section of The Crimson’s Web site that Harvard Yard was not a comparative religion class, while another said if students could romp there naked and urinate on the statue of John Harvard, surely forbearance toward other cultures was warranted.

Taha Abdul-Basser, the Muslim chaplain at Harvard, said both episodes were indicative of the growing number of Muslims in the United States.

“There are some people who are not just comfortable that Muslims, by virtue of the change of demographics, are going to become more and more visible,” he said.

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3.To Accommodate Muslim Students, Harvard Tries Women-Only Gym hours.
More from the Saudi bought Harvard. $20 million sure buys alot of influence. My opinion on this is that foreign governments should not be allowed to donate one dime to our schools. As they should have no say as to what is being taught here. Do you think the Saudis will allow us to influence their Islamic based schools?

To Accommodate Muslim Students, Harvard Tries Women-Only Gym hours.
Abbie Ruzicka
Issue date: 2/25/08 Section: News
PrintEmail Article Tools Page 1 of 2 next > Harvard University has moved to make Muslim women more comfortable in the gym by instituting women-only access times six hours a week to accommodate religious customs that make it difficult for some students to work out in the presence of men.

Men have not been allowed to enter the Quadrangle Recreational Athletic Center during certain times since Jan. 28, after members of the Harvard Islamic Society and the Harvard Women's Center petitioned the university for a more comfortable environment for women.

Harvard Islamic Society's Islamic Knowledge Committee officer Ola Aljawhary, a junior, said the women-only hours are being tested on a trial basis. The special gym hours will be analyzed over Spring Break to determine if they will continue, she said.

Aljawhary said that she does not believe that the women-only gym hours discriminate against men.

"These hours are necessary because there is a segment of the Harvard female population that is not found in gyms not because they don't want to work out, but because for them working out in a co-ed gym is uncomfortable, awkward or problematic in some way," she said.

Though the policy was in part initiated by the school's Islamic group, Aljawhary said women-only hours are not a case of "minority rights trumping majority preference" and said women of different faiths have showed interest in the hours.

"We live together in one community, it only makes sense for everyone to compromise slightly in order for everyone to live happily," she said. "This matter is simple: Can't we just display basic decency and show tolerance and inclusion for people not a part of the mainstream majority?"

Harvard junior Nick Wells said he believes the women-only hours are inconvenient for the residents that live near the facility and discriminate against men.

"It is unfair to impose a stringent policy that inhibits [students] from using their own facility in order to further a useless policy that doesn't have any real effect," he said.


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4.Islamic Call to Prayer Played From Clock Tower at Miami University
Islamofascists once again prepare our kids for Islamic rule.

Library broadcast part of Islamic Awareness Month
By: Farah Dosani // Contributing News Writer
Issue date: 3/27/08 Section: News
In a language foreign to many, the chanting was heard throughout the area Friday afternoon. With each word enunciated, the voice echoed off the buildings. It seemed to have originated from across campus.

People outside Richter Library turned their heads in confusion only to realize it was coming from the tower just above them. After acknowledging it, many continued what they were doing. Some, however, stopped and listened.

This March, in commemoration of Islamic Awareness Month, the Muslims Students of the University of Miami (MSUM) organized for the Islamic call to prayer to be broadcast each Friday afternoon from Richter Library's clock tower.

The call to prayer, or Adhan, is recited in Arabic and is meant to resonate throughout the area. "It serves as constant reminder of when we have to pray, because prayer itself is a reminder of our religion and how we practice it," said MSUM Vice-President Selima Jumarali.

According to the teachings of Islam, Muslims are to pray five times a day. Before each prayer, the call is usually performed live by an individual. In regions around the world with larger Muslim populations, it is not uncommon to hear it called throughout the day.

"[Here, it is] a prayer call across campus. Over there is it across the city," said Misbah Farid, who was one of the students who facilitated the broadcast.

It was chosen to be played on Friday afternoons, because "it revolves around the day of congregational prayer" said Jumarali. Like Saturday for Jews or Sunday for Christians, Friday "holds strong significance for Muslims."

Teresa de la Guardia is Director of International Student and Scholar Services at UM and was the administrator who made this possible. She was approached from the Muslim students about six years ago, who saw this expression as a means to spread understanding about their religion during Islamic Awareness Month. After receiving approval from the Division of Student Affairs, de la Guardia directed them to Gary Heath of the Richter Library.

An assistant support specialist at the library, Heath is familiar with the Carillon that produces the chiming of the Richter clock tower. Mounted in a circle on top of the Stacks tower, the speakers broad casted in every direction from the highest point of the library.

No other group has asked for audio to be played from the Richter tower in his 25 years working at the library, said Heath.

As he played the call, Heath recalled how his coworkers who would ask him what it was. While there were a variety of reactions, he said that he had never encountered anyone who was not accepting of it.

Outside in front of the library, students listened during the three- minute recording.

UM senior Kaleena Salgueiro said that although she could not hear the words in Arabic, the call was "pretty" and "very melodic." It reminded her of chanting in a monastery.

After listening to the call, senior Andreia Chaves recalled how she has seen the Muslim students hold their congregation on Fridays in the University Center.

Although there is a Muslim Students Center on campus in Building 21, it is too small to hold all the students who attend the Friday prayers.

"Muslims really don't have a place to practice on campus," Chaves said. "It's really good to have a campus-wide thing so that no matter where they are they can practice their religion."

Sophomore Razan Alif, who is Muslim, was also sitting outside and heard the prayer call. "You always hear church bells ringing, but you never feel the existence of the Muslim community on campus," she said. This was a medium through which they could do just that.

When asked whether they thought the Friday prayer call should be continued even after the month, many replied "why not?"

"If there's a Muslim population at UM and that's part of their beliefs, then I think they should," said Salgueiro. She also added that it is a good way to "educate" people on campus and bring awareness to the religion.

In the past six years it has been played, de la Guardia said there have been occasionally one or two complaints from people who felt it was disrupting.

In regards to continuing the call to prayer, she said that the students have never requested it. She explained that they want to be respectful to other people on campus.

If they were to request the continuation, de la Guardia thinks that the university would try their best to accommodate. At the same time, she said they would stress to other groups that they had the equal opportunities to do the same.

"We would have to look into other religious organizations on campus and make them aware that there's a possibility of expressing themselves in that way," she explained.

Religious expression on campus is never sponsored by the university, but rather facilitated by it.

Throughout the eight days of Hanukkah, a Menorah was placed on the Rock by ChabadUM. In honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration this January, United Black Students organized a church service held in the lower lounge of the University Center. The Hindu Students Council held Garba-Raas last semester, which included dancing and music on the UC patio.

"Whether it's visual or audio, it is a religious message," said de la Guardia.

Sitting outside the library, UM law student Ashley Cetnar was aware of what she was hearing as the call was played

"It's good to make all types of religious things accessible on campus," she said.

Regardless of whether or not it does continue to be played, Jumarali expressed her gratitude toward the University. She believed that allowing this expression to be displayed "so openly and widely" is an "important step."

"It brings true variety to the university and open appreciation to diversity, especially in these times when people have misunderstandings of Muslims and who we are."
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Here is the English translation of the calls to prayers. Church bells are not a sign of dominance but this sure is.

Allah is most great. Allah is most great.
Allah is most great. Allah is most great.
I testify that there is no God but Allah.
I testify that there is no God but Allah.
I testify that Mohammad is the messenger of God.
I testify that Mohammad is the messenger of God.
Come to prayer! Come to prayer!
Come to success. Come to success.
God is most great. God is most great.
There is no God but Allah.

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Anyone else see a pattern here? If you missed part 1, please scroll down or check the blogs archives.

10 comments:

Colonel Neville. said...

Dear Islam In Action:

Ya right. Islam IS different. It er, totally sucks! It's a big poopy drag, kid. It's a polished turd, just like Communism which is based entirely on murder, lies, conformity, envy, spite and madness.

Maybe it's something to do with Mohammad being a pedophile, rapist, Jew hating, mass murdering bandit and cave hallucinator? Could be...

Or that the Krazy Koran being a crude, unreadable, turgid and insane doctrine for continuous military conquest via asymetrical warfare and deception? Could be...

Once you remove the violence, what did the "filth of Islam" as Chris Hitchens rightly called it, create that was new? Nothing.

Sure, it's not all laughs and we have the the ame poblems by different degrees in Australia: many large Mosques, Muslim Islamic schools, crime, terror cells, Lebanese rape, crime, neo-militia gangs, African gangs and ad nauseum, plus the joy of Indonesia just acros the way.

My wife is Japanese and sees our multi cultism, PC Leftard & forced fantasy as a nightmare, without an end point That's creeping Sharia, folks!

Good work and good luck from Colonel Neville.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Colonel,
I hope your new leaders are as strong as Mr. Howard was against Islamofascism.

Keep Oz strong!!

Ben said...

Go to www.quranbrowser.com and search for success. Read each of the 64 matching verses.

The supreme success is admission to the celestial bordello. How does one achieve it? For the answer to this vital question, turn to 61:9-13.

Having completed this lesson, you will comprehend the true meaning of the adhan: it is a call to war.

You can find this documented in one of my Obamination / Obamanation posts, I don't recall which one at present. Search for the combination of Obama and adhan, you'll find it.

Death & damnation be upon Allah, his messenger and their murder cult.

Exposing Islam said...

Thanks Ben, I will do that.

Dark Demon said...

I-Slum -- a militant political ideology created by a 7th-century warlord, preaching racial superiority to Arabs and calling on its followers to consider all territory outside the control of Islam Dar al-Harb -- "The Realm of War."

The encroachment is real and gradual. Like frogs sitting in a pot of water coming slowly to a boil, most people in America just don't notice the truth.

Good getting the message out. I'll link to you from STHJ and will subscribe to your posts.

Exposing Islam said...

Dark Demon,
I have linked yours as well.Thanks and keep up the fight!!

Anonymous said...

Great info, thanks for waking me up!!

Erich said...

Keep up the good work. It's heartening to see the Blogosphere slowly acquire more Islam-critical voices, though the awakening is proceeding too slowly for my taste.

The problem of the tentacular spread of Sharia you are documenting would have little or no traction, were our own Western culture not massively and dominantly predisposed to swallow it hook, line and sinker, through our ideological idiocy which I like to call Politically Correct Multi-Culturalism (PC MC).

On my blogs The Hesperado as well as Jihad Watch Watch, I have analyzed various aspects of not only the problem of Islam, but in many ways more importantly the problem of PC MC which hinders our rational analysis and action with respect to the threat of Islam.

http://hesperado.blogspot.com/

http://jihadswatch.blogspot.com/

LEL said...

"It brings true variety to the university and open appreciation to diversity, especially in these times when people have misunderstandings of Muslims and who we are."
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I understand perfectly who muslims are. A violent, brutal, oppressive culture.

I'm completely disgusted with the dhimmi staff and students at Harvard. They have no clue what the muslims have in mind.

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