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Monday, 17 September 2012
Belgian police detain 230 protesting anti-Islam film

From Expatica

Belgian police said Sunday they have detained 230 people in the northern city of Antwerp after clashes at a demonstration against an anti-Islam film that has sparked a wave of protests. The protesters shouted anti-US slogans, and some also set fire to the US flag, according to television footage of Saturday's unauthorised demonstration in an area that has a large Muslim population.

It degenerated into clashes with police after officers blocked the protesters from moving to a main thoroughfare. One policeman was lightly wounded, local police spokesman Fons Bastiaenssens said, adding that a total of 230 people had been detained.

A leader of the Islamist group Sharia4Belgium was among those detained, according to television station RTBF

Meanwhile in Holland - also from Expatica

A demonstration by some 50 Muslims protesting about the American internet film Innocence of Muslims passed of peacefully on Amsterdam’s Museumplein on Sunday, police said. The group of people gathered close to the US consulate, some of whom carried banners and flags. The group broke up around 17.00 hours. The consulate on Friday had advised Americans to avoid the area.

Meanwhile MP Geert Wilders, whose anti-Islam party PVV did badly in last week’s elections after fighting on an anti-EU ticket, put links to the film on his own and party websites at the weekend. ‘Freedom of speech is a fundamental right which we must not give up under threat of violence and intimidation,’ Wilders said in an English-language introduction to the link. Both websites went off line for a time because so many people tried to access them.

According to the Telegraaf, security at Dutch diplomatic missions abroad has been stepped up because of Wilders' link to the film. In particular, Dutch embassies in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq are on heightened alert, the paper says.

Posted on 09/17/2012 6:14 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
Monday, 17 September 2012
Video emerges of Sydney girl promoting jihad

From Nine MSN

Video footage has emerged of a young girl speaking of her love for jihad at a Muslim conference in western Sydney as the city continues to deal with the fallout from the weekend’s violent riots

Eight-year-old Ruqaya yesterday addressed a crowd at the Australian chapter of Hizb ut-Tahrir in Bankstown as part of their "Muslims Rise" conference, Nine News reports. Ruqaya spoke of her love for jihad, which means a spiritual struggle or holy war, the global Islam community, known as Ummah, and the violent uprisings in Syria.

The alarming video comes as NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell ordered Family and Community Services Minister Pru Goward to investigate the background of a young child who was pictured at the riots holding a posters ordering the beheading of anyone against the prophet.

"We cannot incite our children to violence for any reason, and we cannot use our children to promote messages that incite people to violence," Ms Goward said.

Seventeen people were injured and six were arrested and charged on Saturday, including champion boxer Ahmed Elomar. The immediate priority for NSW detectives on Monday was to trace the as-yet-unidentified figures who used text messages and social networking sites to organise the protests, which quickly escalated into a riot.

Messages urged recipients to "defend the honour of the Prophet" and led dozens of people, mostly Muslim men, to gather in central Sydney and voice anger at the Innocence of Muslims movie. Muslim leaders say they remain mystified about the identity of the protest organisers.

The girl, in full abaya and hijab but with her face not yet covered, speaking at the Hizb ut Tahir conference can be seen on newsreel within the Nine MSM report. The rest of that news broadcast deals with concern among Sydney Police Officers that they were prevented by higher leadership from arresting those who appeared to be ringleaders of the riots on the spot. Where have we heard this concern before? 

Posted on 09/17/2012 6:56 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
Monday, 17 September 2012
Steve Emerson Interviewed on Sun TV

From Vlad Tepes.

Posted on 09/17/2012 8:39 AM by Rebecca Bynum
Monday, 17 September 2012
Anger over Mohammed film reaches Copenhagen

From The Copenhagen Post

Hizb-ut-Tahrir’s rally at the US Embassy in Copenhagen remained peaceful despite some drama after it finished.

Upwards of 500 people turned up in front of the US Embassy on Østerbro on Sunday afternoon to join a peaceful demonstration organised by the Scandinavian wing of the Islamic political organisation Hizb-ut-Tahrir.

The police had taken precautions and there were about ten vans outside the embassy, where demonstrators shouted slogans and held banners and signs denouncing the recent ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film that has caused violence and unrest in many parts of the Muslim world recently.

The wide range of banners in Østerbro included such slogans as “Our prophet, our legacy, ‘your freedom’, your hypocrisy” and “Freedom of expression, a means of oppression” and the demonstrators heard speeches in Danish, English and Arabic condemning the US presence in the Middle East.

With the US flag atop the embassy at half-mast, the demonstrators had congregated across the street where the men were in one bunch and the women in another, not permitted to demonstrate alongside the men. A number of children were also present.

The nearly two-hour demonstrations remained peaceful throughout, but as it concluded a group of young people began throwing rocks and powerful fire crackers.

Armour-clad riot police were quick to control the situation and while at least one person was arrested, the police believed that the youths were an element that was not part of the Hizb-ut-Tahrir-organised demonstration, but were youths that had journeyed all the way up from the Odense suburb of Vollsmose to instigate trouble.

There was no activity in the US Embassy and they had warned US citizens in Denmark to stay away from the embassy, while its employees had been instructed to do the same.

Posted on 09/17/2012 8:31 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
Monday, 17 September 2012
Have We No Outrage?

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, black liberation theologian James Cone offered a provocative, even blasphemous, challenge to church leaders in the United States who failed to speak up for blacks enduring oppression at the hands of the white majority in the country.

In sum, he asked what kind of god white people worshipped.

In his 1970 book A Black Theology of Liberation [1], Cone wrote:

Black theology refuses to accept a God who is not identified totally with the goals of the black community. If God is not for us, if God is not against white racists, then God is a murderer, and we had better kill God.

Cone was merciless in his assessment of white theologians who failed to confront the suffering endured by blacks in the U.S. He wrote:

The failure of white theology to speak to the black liberation struggle only reveals once again the racist character of white thought.

For Cone, it was all about the revelation of the character of God and this revelation was not in some past or even present event “in which it is difficult to recognize the activity of God.” Revelation, he wrote, “was a black event — it is about what blacks are doing about their liberation.”

Cone acknowledged that there might be a “pantheistic distortion” of his analysis, but argued that such a risk must be taken, if:

… theological statements are going to have meaning in a world that is falling apart because white racists think that God has appointed them to rule over others, especially blacks.

In his more recent book, The Cross and the Lynching Tree [2] (2011), Cone condemns, legitimately, the failure of white Christians such as Harry Emerson Fosdick and even Reinhold Niebuhr to speak forcefully in opposition to lynching in the first half of the twentieth century:

I found no prominent liberal theologian in the North who made a vigorous stand against lynching. … [T]hey were free to express outrage, but they had none.

The notion that God is an oppressor and a murderer and needs to be killed was clearly an insult to the sensibilities of white Christians in the United States, but in the end, Cone’s arguments challenged the collective conscience of white Protestants who then embraced the task of confronting white privilege and racism in the United States.

Cone was a controversial figure and people were outraged by what he said, but ultimately, his right to raise the issues was affirmed by the community he was railing against. Cone pointed to a failure of religious belief in an unsparing way. God could handle the insult, even if his so-called followers could not.

What is remarkable about Cone’s challenge, leveled at white Americans in the U.S., is how applicable it is to the plight of Christians and other religious minorities living under Muslim rule in the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia.

Muslim doctrine, like the theology of white Christians that Cone condemned, encourages its adherents to believe that God has appointed them to rule over others, in this case Jews and Christians especially. This belief has been the source of untold suffering on the part of Christians, Jews, and others in Muslim majority countries throughout the world. It has been like this for centuries, and sadly enough this belief endures with lethal consequences.

In the past few years, Christian communities under Muslim rule have seen their men lynched, their churches blown up, their women raped and abducted, and in sum have been treated the way blacks historically were treated in the United States.

After listening to testimony from Christians from Iraq and Egypt, I simply cannot read passages from Cone’s The Cross and the Lynching Tree and not think of Coptic men being murdered by mobs of Muslim extremists in Egypt.

I cannot read this text and not think of Coptic women being spit on in the streets of Cairo because they will not wear the veil.

I cannot read Cone’s book and not think about Assyrians in Iraq being murdered in their churches by young men who have been told it is lawful and even necessary for them to kill non-Muslims.

Muslim hostility towards Christians creates an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty that Cone himself should be able to relate to.

Cone writes:

[I remember] worrying about my father when he did not come home from work at the usual time in the evening. My brothers and I would watch anxiously out the window, hoping that the lights from every vehicle would be the lights from his pick-up truck.

His mother tried to reassure Cone that God would protect his father, but it didn’t help because he had “heard too much about white people killing black people to believe what she said without deep questioning.” Cone’s experience with white supremacy prompted him to ask:

If God loves black people, why then do we suffer so much. That was my question as a child; that is still my question.

One has to wonder why Cone and those who have embraced his arguments about white supremacy and privilege have failed to stand up to its Islamic analogue.

Are not the corpses of Christians murdered in Middle East and North Africa — on a regular basis — the strange fruit of Muslim supremacy?

If God loves Christians living in Muslim-majority countries, then why do they suffer so much?

If one were to ask these questions and apply Cone’s analysis to the plight of Christians living in Muslim-majority countries, the conclusion would be similar to what he said about the god worshipped by white Christians who oppressed blacks in the United States: If God (Allah) is not for Christians suffering under Muslim rule, if God is not against Muslims who oppress them, then God (Allah) is a murderer and we had better kill him.

What is remarkable is that liberation theology — which was so readily used to highlight the suffering of blacks in the U.S. and Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip — has not been used by its adherents to highlight the suffering of Christians under Muslim rule.

Instead of challenging Islamic doctrine regarding the status of non-Muslims, Christian leaders, particularly those from the Vatican, the World Council of Churches, the National Council of Churches, and mainline churches in the U.S. — all of which have assailed white supremacy and imperialism — have engaged in mealy-mouthed dialogue with Muslim leaders. Instead of raising the issue of Muslim oppression of Christians and other minorities forcefully with their dialogue partners, they talk about the theological similarities and differences between Christianity and Islam and then blame whatever difficulties there are between Christians and Muslims on Christian support for Israel.

Churches that have screamed bloody murder on behalf of Palestinian Christians have remained silent about the mistreatment of Christians under Muslim rule. The justification for their silence? Speaking up on behalf of Christians under Muslim rule will only make things worse and provoke more violence against Christians in the Middle East, particularly in Egypt where Coptic leaders have asked that outsiders leave well enough alone. Hostage taking on a grand scale has become a tool of statecraft for religious and political leaders in the Middle East.

This is not a heckler’s veto, this is a murderer’s veto. Have we no outrage?

First published in PJMedia.

Posted on 09/17/2012 9:38 AM by Dexter Van Zile
Monday, 17 September 2012
Dershowitz the narcissist lawyer who doesn't seem to know Islamic law and never quotes it
Alan Dershowitz is obviously a Big Operator. I mean he gets called by the Biggest Operator, the Operator-In-Chief, President Barack Hussein Obama whilst he is having dinner at a restaurant in Tel Aviv:

“I visited Israel not long ago,” he recalls. “During my visit, I went to Nanuchka, a restaurant in Tel Aviv where everybody dances on the tables. Suddenly, the phone rang. It was the White House on the line, and the president wanted to talk to me, but I couldn’t hear anything because of the noise. I think I’m the first person to ever ask the president to get back to them later.”

“Obama, who knew that I was in Israel, spoke with me afterward and asked me what are the three things that are most worrisome to the Israelis. I said to him, ‘I will tell them to you in order of importance — Iran, Iran, and Iran.’ I explained to the president that until this issue is resolved, he cannot compel Israel to focus on any other issue, chief among them the Palestinian question. The president invited me to the White House to meet him, and last June we sat down face to face. I relayed some of my conversation with him to leaders in Israel. Mediating and bringing the president and the prime minister closer together is one job that I’m happy to accept.”

I, I, I. 
“In a year from now, on Sept. 1, 2013, there will be three things going on at the same time. I will be celebrating my 75th birthday, I will mark 100 semesters in 50 years of teaching at Harvard University, and my autobiography will be published. Everything is, as my grandmother would say, God willing. I have five jobs: I’m a lecturer, a litigator, I write all the time, I advocate for Israel as a full-time job, and I give speeches and lectures across the country. I can’t even dream of retirement. In the U.S., unlike in Israel, there is no age requiring one to retire, and the truth is that this is good for me because I’m still at the peak of my career.”
I mean well. The road to paradise is paved with good intentions. (Spot the mistake.) I am the saviour and I, I, I, I can fix it:
'I’m always happy to mediate between Obama and Netanyahu'
"But Mr I, I, I, I, I  what about Islamic law relating to the dhimma?
What about Islamic law relating to the The Treaty of Hudaybiyya?
Yes Mr. I Will Fix It Dershowitz, what about Islamic law which says that “non-Muslims” have no legal rights, not even the right to life and no rights to property, and that includes "non-Muslim" Kafir Jews not having any right to their biblical homeland of Israel? (population "200,000 souls", (including 40,000 jews) in the whole of Palestine according to 1898 US Consul Reports - so not sure where the From Time Immemorial "Palestinians" came from other than manufactured to further Islamic Jihad) - explain how your fine words and your brilliant Harvard brain and your scintillating personality will fix Islamic law so people who are not Muslims (including of course "the Jews" of Israel) won't ultimately have to effectively Submit or Die:
Sahih Muslim Book 19. Jihad and Expedition
Chapter : Appointment of the leaders of expeditions by the Imam and his advice to them on etiquettes of war and related matters.
It has been reported from Sulaiman b. Buraid through his father that when the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) appointed anyone as leader of an army or detachment he would especially exhort him to fear Allah and to be good to the Muslims who were with him. He would say: Fight in the name of Allah and in the way of Allah. Fight against those who disbelieve in Allah. Make a holy war, do not embezzle the spoils ; do not break your pledge; and do not mutilate (the dead) bodies; do not kill the children. When you meet your enemies who are polytheists, invite them to three courses of action. If they respond to any one of these, you also accept it and withhold yourself from doing them any harm. Invite them to (accept) Islam; if they respond to you, accept it from them and desist from fighting against them. Then invite them to migrate from their lands to the land of Muhairs and inform them that, if they do so, they shall have all the privileges and obligations of the Muhajirs. If they refuse to migrate, tell them that they will have the status of Bedouin Muslims and will be subjected to the Commands of Allah like other Muslims, but they will not get any share from the spoils of war or Fai' except when they actually fight with the Muslims (against the disbelievers). If they refuse to accept Islam, demand from them the Jizya. If they agree to pay, accept it from them and hold off your hands. If they refuse to pay the tax, seek Allah's help and fight them. When you lay siege to a fort and the besieged appeal to you for protection in the name of Allah and His Prophet, do not accord to them the guarantee of Allah and His Prophet, but accord to them your own guarantee and the guarantee of your companions for it is a lesser sin that the security given by you or your companions be disregarded than that the security granted in the name of Allah and His Prophet be violated When you besiege a fort and the besieged want you to let them out in accordance with Allah's Command, do not let them come out in accordance with His Command, but do so at your (own) command, for you do not know whether or not you will be able to carry out Allah's behest with regard to them.
Mr. I, I, I, Dershowitz please tell us how the 80% plus of  “mankind” that Muslims are trying with their wealth and their lives to convert to Islam, by "peaceful" persuasion or force, which they are obliged to do according to the basis of their faith, are to overcome the reality of Islamic law as set out by the following authorities:

Rights of Non-Muslims 
in an Islamic State


Samuel Shahid



The Jizyah Tax: Equality And Dignity Under Islamic Law?

.Article by Walter Short. An examination of Islamic law regarding Jews and Christians based primarily on the Qur'an and the Sunnah. Since the Muslims in the West and the Muslim world uphold the principle of an Islamic State with Shari'ah Law as the ideal society, the author examines the place of non-Muslims, if the Caliphate was ever restored and applied in the West.

The Jizyah Tax:
Equality And Dignity Under Islamic Law?

Walter Short


Top ten reasons why sharia (Islamic law) is bad for all societies

Does Islam really practice human rights?

James M. Arlandson


Posted by Nonie Darwish Aug 26th 2010 



Finally Mr.Dershowitz, to sum up, what about the fact that under Islamic law "peace" means submission to 
Allah's Islamic Sharia law (see Islamic Dictionary for Infidels) and that the absence of Sharia means war and that "the Jews" of Israel, are, according to Islamic law (Sharia), Dhimmis, with no legal rights forever? 
Oh yes and what about the fact that according to Islamic Sharia, the United States of America is an illegal entity, as illegal as Great Britain is, as illegal as any entity is not ruled by Muslims is "in accordance with Islamic Shari'ah"?
What about all that Mr.Dershowitz, with all your books and all your words and your endless advice and all your all?
Why Mr. Dershowitz don't you blooming well quote Islamic law?
Have you discussed the reality of Islamic law with President Obama?
Maybe he knows it? 
Explain yourself.
You're a lawyer for goodness sake!
'I’m always happy to mediate between Obama and Netanyahu'

Famed jurist, author and Israel advocate Professor Alan Dershowitz tells Israel Hayom in exclusive interview: “Obama needs to look straight into the television camera and say to the leaders of Iran, 'We will never allow you to develop a nuclear weapon’" • The Hebrew edition of his latest book, "The Trials of Zion," now in stores.

Yoni Hirsch

Posted on 09/17/2012 5:20 PM by The Law
Monday, 17 September 2012
Steve Klein interviewed on Trentovision about Innocence of Mohammed

Steve Klein, advisor to film The Innocence of Muslims

Last, Friday, Tom Trento of The United West did a Skype interview  with Steve Klein, an advisor on the maligned film,  The Innocence of Muslims on his Trentovision program that airs on WUNN 1470AM in Florida. The Huffington Post had a profile of Klein, see here.  Because of the quality of the USStream video, we asked our colleague Vlad Tepes at the to excerpt and clean up the audio portion of the interview with Klein.  The excerpted interview with Klein has been posted this afternoon on the MRCTV channel.  Klein has been interviewed by several international news organizations and characterized as an anti-Islam extremist.  Klein is a former Nam era Combat Marine officer and besides his insurance agency  he had become a counter Jihadist educator in California  working with Christian and former Muslim refugees from the Middle East. He notes in the Trentovision interview that some of the portrayals in the poorly made film were allegedly checked out  by knowledgeable experts to verify that the scenes complied with the Qur'an, the Hadith and Sunnah.

 Klein's association with the production with the film was marginal, he reviewed the script.  However, he indicated in the Trentovision interview  that he would act as a spokesperson for a better quality production dealing with Mohammed and Aisha. Given the furor, he has had to go into hiding and is the subject of death threats  that he indicated are under FBI investigation.

Unfortunately some of the actors involved with the film's production noteriety are vitally concerned that they were mislead. When the trailer aired they found that "George' in the script had been substituted with "Muhammad" during the post production process. Note this example from  The Hollywood Reporter:

In the infamous Innocence of Muslims, a 14-minute YouTube video (see below) that has sparked riots and killing in the Middle East, actress Cindy Lee Garcia plays the mother of a 12-year-old girl who is to marry the Prophet Muhammad. At the nine-minute mark in the video, she is speaking to her husband and utters the lines: “Is your Muhammad a child molester? Our daughter is but a child, and he’s 55 years old.” The husband responds: “He is 53, not 55.” Garcia, though, says she never said the word “Muhammad” while shooting the video. She spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about her experience with the film, which was shot under the title, Desert Warrior.

Ms. Garcia wasn't the only one that was mislead by the film's producer Kaoula Basseley Nakoula, The Los Angeles Times reported today that Joseph Nassralla, head of non-profit charity  Media for Christ was shocked to find out what the film was all about, dismayed that he had been misled and  that  Kaoula had used his offices for shooting locations.

Nakoula a convicted bad check  fraudster and ex-patriate Coptic Christian has been closely questioned on whether he violated his federal parole. Note this comment from a New York Times blog post:

One of the men behind “The Innocence of Muslims,” Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, was questioned by federal probation authorities in California over the weekend, Ian Lovett reported. Among the questions they may have asked Mr. Nakoula, who was convicted in a 2010 check-kiting case, was whether he uploaded the video to YouTube. The terms of his sentencing included a restriction against using the Internet without permission from a probation officer.

The 14 minute trailer for the film was posted on You Tube this summer and shown at one movie theater  with little to no  reaction.  After  the trailer for The Innocence of Muslims was loaded on You Tube  it was seized upon by Salafist preachers in Egypt and translated. After reloading with Arabic sub-titles it was the alleged spark to the outrage in the Muslim Ummah that eruped  in riots and protests on 9/11  resulting in deaths and property destruction across the Muslim Ummah. Some Obama Administration spokespersons, most recently US UN Ambassador Susan Rice have maligned the shoddfy parody as contributing to the 'spontaneous' seizure of the legation by Islamist extremists in Benghazi that resulted in the death of our US Ambassador Christopher Stevens  and three colleagues, two former US Navy Seals, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods  and legation spokesperson, Sean Smith. Even the current Libyan President Mohamed Magarif told "NBC Nightly News" that the benghazi attack had been deliberately planned, some contend in retribution for the US drone attack in June that killed Libyan-born al Qaeda leader Yahya al-Libi in Pakistan.   What followed in the wake of that horrid event on 9/11  was the eruption of embassy attacks and protests stretching across the  Muslim ummah from  Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, the Sudan,  Gaza, Israel, Lebanon, Iran, Pakistan, India, and  Indonesia.  We had graphic photos of rampaging fundamentalist Muslims breaching US Embassies in Tunis, Cairo and Sana in Yemen burning the US flag replacing it with the black flag of Islam.  The Obama Administration is caught like a deer frozen in the headligjhts of an on-coming vehicle, reaching for any rationale after the failure of its 'soft power' apologeticsdelivered  to the Muslim ummah at the Cairo New Beginnings Speech in June 2009. Now the Administration has to contend with the embarrasment of  a meeting at the White House with Muslim Brotherhood Egyptian Brotherhood President Mohammed Morsi  during the UN General Assembly meetings. As noted in this Jordan Times article:

But there has been concern that he failed to immediately apologise after protesters Tuesday scaled the Cairo building’s walls and tore down the US flag.

“We Egyptians reject any kind of assault or insult against our prophet. I condemn and oppose all who... insult our prophet,” Morsi said Thursday.

This was the same Mohammed Morsi who urged Egyptian voters during a May Campaign speech to follow the credo of Imam Hasan al-Banna, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood. Watch this Memri translation of Morsi's speech.

Watch the Steve Klein interview with Tom Trento.

Posted on 09/17/2012 3:33 PM by Jerry Gordon

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