Islamism 2.0

By Daniel Pipes

To borrow a computer term, if Ayatollah Khomeini, Osama bin Laden, and Nidal Hasan represent Islamism 1.0, Recep Tayyip Erdogan (the prime minister of Turkey), Tariq Ramadan (a Swiss intellectual), and Keith Ellison (a U.S. congressman) represent Islamism 2.0. The former kill more people but the latter pose a greater threat to Western civilization.

Om het even in computertermen uit te leggen, indien Ayatollah Khomeini, Osama bin Laden en Nidal Hasan de islam zouden vertegenwoordigen met 1.0, en Recep Tayyip Erdogan (eerste minister van Turkije), Tariq Ramadan (een Zwitserse intellectueel) en Keith Ellison (een parlementslid in de VS) met 2.0, dan zouden de eersten weliswaar meer mensen vermoorden, maar de anderen vormen een grotere dreiging voor de westerse civilisatie.

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Computer Islamism 1.0 en 2.0 zijn slechts de programma's, die niet kunnen draaien zonder de computer, te weten de linkse toplaag in europa. Als die niet beslist had om na de mislukte test met het communisme, het eens te proberen met de islam als totaal controlemiddel op de maatschappij, stonden de moslims in europa nog altijd nergens.

Gepost door: Wannes | 01-12-09

Farah, een islamitisch schoolhoofd aan het woord Hizb ut Tahrir pamphlet, ‘Education and Identity’, written by one Farah Ahmed. Mrs Ahmed is the head teacher of one of the two schools, and also a trustee of the Islamic Shakhsiyah Foundation (ISF), which runs them both. If I were a Muslim parent, I would not let my child within 20 miles of her.

In her chapter ‘The Western Education System and the British National Curriculum’, Mrs Ahmed attacks the religious studies elements of the national curriculum for ‘primarily push[ing] ...the idea of “religious tolerance”.’ This, she says, ‘further aids distancing the Muslim child from the concept of Islam being the only reference point.’

She criticises the curriculum’s ‘systematic indoctrination’ of Muslim children ‘to build model British citizens’ and to ‘integrate all individuals into the fabric of secular society and develop them as personalities who uphold the values adopted by the society around them’.

‘Naturally,’ she says, ‘such a system [secular capitalism] will not be suitable to the needs of Muslim students as the aqeedah [belief system] of the Muslim is in complete contradiction to this.’

She decries ‘attempts to integrate Muslim children’ into British society as an effort ‘to produce new generations that reject Islam’. She describes English as ‘one of the most damaging subjects’ a school can teach and attacks fairy tales, saying these ‘reflect secular and immoral beliefs that contradict the viewpoint of Islam’.

Mrs Ahmed attacks the ‘obvious dangers’ of Shakespeare, including ‘Romeo and Juliet, which advocates disobeying parents and premarital relations’ and ‘Macbeth, which questions the concepts of fate and destiny’. She describes democracy as a ‘corrupt tradition’, and Western education as ‘a threat to our beliefs and values’.

Any topic or subject that emanates from a culture or viewpoint of life that differs from the Islamic aqeedah should not be taught at any level,’ continues this chapter. ‘Subjects such as ... foreign history, foreign languages and foreign literature should be taught only at the higher level of education with the view of refuting their ideas and exposing their falsehood.’

But Mrs Ahmed’s words are those of a fanatic: a publicly funded fanatic; a fanatic in charge of more than 100 impressionable children; and a fanatic newly strengthened by her endorsement from Gordon Brown’s right hand.

Zeg nu nog dat de vrouwen minder radicaal zijn...

Gepost door: Wannes | 05-12-09

Schaamteloos Up to 20 million Bangladeshis may be forced to leave the country in the next 40 years because of climate change, one of the country's most senior politicians has said. Abul Maal Abdul Muhith, Bangladesh's finance minister, called on Britain and other wealthy countries to accept millions of displaced people.

In a clear signal to the US and Europe that developing countries are not prepared to accept a weak deal at next week's Copenhagen climate summit, Abdul Muhith said Bangladesh wanted hosts for managed migration as people began to abandon flooded and storm-damaged coastal areas.

"Twenty million people could be displaced [in Bangladesh] by the middle of the century," Abdul Muhith told the Guardian. "We are asking all our development partners to honour the natural right of persons to migrate. We can't accommodate all these people – this is already the densest [populated] country in the world," he said.

He called on the UN to redefine international law to give climate refugees the same protection as people fleeing political repression. "The convention on refugees could be revised to protect people. It's been through other revisions, so this should be possible," he said.

Kijk hoe deze moslim geniet als hij zijn uitspraken doet tegen de extreemlinkse Guardianreporter, die het slikt als peperkoek.

Gepost door: Wannes | 05-12-09

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