Category Archives: Islam


When you find yourself running into trouble with your Facebook account, remember these are some of the people making the crucial decisions about your account.

Facebook rejected complaints from employees who argued that controversial posts by Donald Trump about banning Muslims should have been taken down because they violated the company’s policy on permitting hate speech.

Ultimately, Facebook decided against removing any of Trump’s posts, though the issue made it all the way to the desk of Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, according to The Wall Street Journal.

The company has recently tightened its policy on hate speech and removes posts by users that discriminate based on race, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity.

Trump posted in December, calling for “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on.” He has since backed away from the blanket ban on Muslims entering the country, instead saying he would ban immigrants from countries with a record of terrorism.

Muslim employees at Facebook argued Trump’s statement violated the company’s terms for religious discrimination.

Ultimately, Facebook’s head of global policy management Monika Bickert said removing Trump’s post would be tantamount to censoring a presidential candidate and would violate the company’s pledge to remain neutral in the election.

More so than it already has. But at least there are still currently some limits to Facebook’s arrogance. But we can also see how Islamic censorship can come in unexpectedly through the back door.

Muslim Man in Norway Rapes Daughter for Being Too Western

The shocking case of a Muslim man who raped his own daughter occurred in the Norwegian city of Fredrikstad just over four weeks ago. The man in his 40s has been in police custody for the past four weeks, with DNA evidence confirming allegations made by his daughter, reports Norwegian broadcaster Fredrikstad24.

The rape occurred in early September and the father of the victim was arrested shortly after the daughter had ran away from their home and informed two postmen who then contacted police.

The father asserted that the entire incident had been fabricated by his daughter. However, DNA evidence showed without a doubt that his DNA had been present in the victim’s underwear and in her intimate areas. In the Fredrikstad district court, the father reacted to the presentation of the DNA evidence by saying that the DNA got there because he had sat on her bed.

According to the young woman, her father did not approve of her lifestyle and would rather that she had followed in the same traditional Islamic lifestyle as her parents do. The resulting argument over her ‘Westernisation’ led to the rape, she said.

While the father has been imprisoned for his actions and awaits trial, the effect on the daughter has been devastating, according to the police prosecutor. Due to the severe trauma endured by the young woman, she has been placed in a hospital for psychiatric care as authorities fear she may attempt to take her own life.

The father is expected to be in court within the next month where if found guilty he will likely be sentenced to up to ten years in prison.

Violence toward women by Muslim men, both sexual and physical, has grown in Europe over the past year. Breitbart London reported this month on one man who threw hischildren out of an upper story window because he feared his family was becoming too Westernised.

In another case, a Syrian man in an asylum home in Germany killed his own wife after a heated argument. The murder took place in the room next to where their children were sleeping. Later, the father played with his children as if nothing had happened.

Leaked email reveals Saudi and Qatar support for Islamic State


A leaked email from Hillary Clinton to then President Obama top aide John Podesta reveals Clinton’s concerns about Islamic State and the support it was receiving from Saudi Arabia and Qatar. A few months after the email was sent, Podesta would take over as campaign chairman of the Clinton presidential campaign.

The revelation occured at a time when both Saudi Arabia and Qatar were donating millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation.

Daily Caller:

Clinton sent the email on August 17, 2014 to Podesta. It was an eight-point plan to defeat ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Clinton’s email said that the United States should support Kurdish forces on the ground with U.S. military advisers and avoid the use of a conventional ground operation.

“While this military/para-military operation is moving forward, we need to use our diplomatic and more traditional intelligence assets to bring pressure on the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which are providing clandestine financial and logistic support to ISIL and other radical Sunni groups in the region,” Clinton wrote.

The former secretary of state added: “This effort will be enhanced by the stepped up commitment in the [Kurdish Regional Government]. The Qataris and Saudis will be put in a position of balancing policy between their ongoing competition to dominate the Sunni world and the consequences of serious U.S. pressure.”

The email from Clinton to Podesta contains a similar format of previous intelligence reports Clinton ally Sidney Blumenthal would send to the former secretary of state. The Daily Caller has previously reported how Clinton had previously asked aides to remove markings showing Blumenthal wrote the reports before sending them to White House officials.

The August 2014 email that pointed the finger at Saudi Arabia and Qatar does not contain any information linking it to Blumenthal in particular and is sent from one of Clinton’s personal emails. The batch of Wikileaks emails has not been independently verified by TheDC. However, Clinton and her spokesman Brian Fallon did not dispute the legitimacy of leaked speech transcripts released by Wikileaks at Sunday’s debate.

TheDC reached out to the Clinton campaign and asked if they dispute the legitimacy of the email, but they have not responded. The Daily Caller also emailed Blumenthal asking if he authored the memo, and he also did not respond.

It has been an open secret for years that the Saudis and other Gulf states were backing not only ISIS, but al-Qaeda and other extremist militias in Syria and around the Middle East. This appears to be show that the Obama administration was well aware of Saudi support for Islamic State and chose not to do much about it.

According to The Intercept, the Saudis and othe Gulf states were donating millions to the Clinton Foundation at the same time they were also supporting ISIS:

Although it did not give while she was secretary of state, the Saudi regime by itself has donated between $10 million and $25 million to the Clinton Foundation, with donations coming as late as 2014, as she prepared her presidential run. A group called “Friends of Saudi Arabia,” co-founded “by a Saudi Prince,” gave an additional amount between $1 million and $5 million. The Clinton Foundation says that between $1 million and $5 million was also donated by“the State of Qatar,” the United Arab Emirates, and the government of Brunei. “The State of Kuwait” has donated between $5 million and $10 million.

Theoretically, one could say that these regimes — among the most repressive and regressive in the world — are donating because they deeply believe in the charitable work of the Clinton Foundation and want to help those in need. Is there a single person on the planet who actually believes this? Is Clinton loyalty really so strong that people are going to argue with a straight face that the reason the Saudi, Qatari, Kuwaiti and Emirates regimes donated large amounts of money to the Clinton Foundation is because those regimes simply want to help the foundation achieve its magnanimous goals?

They would also argue – with a straight face – that the Clinton’s accepted the cash from ISIS backers because of all the good that money would do to advance the Foundation’s charity work.

The doings of the Clinton Foundation have been largely off limits during the campaign. The media just can’t find the energy to write about things like this. But at the very least, the notion that the Clinton’s accepted cash from ISIS supporters reveals a towering cynicism and hypocrisy that would disqualify any other candidate for the presidency.