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Muslim Molests Girls in London, Blames Ramadan



Take a rabid hyena. Starve it. Then ride a bus with it. Ramadan makes Muslim men even ‘rapier’ than usual. Which means you really don’t want to ride a bus with them. (via Religion of Peace)

A sex attacker molested four teenage girls then claimed he did not know what he was doing because he was fasting for Ramadan, a court heard today.

Shamsul Islam, 33, sidled up to girls as young as 15 on empty buses and trains across east London then sexually assaulted them.

When one of his victims confronted him he said ‘I’m sorry, I’m fasting, I don’t know what I’m doing,’ Snaresbrook Crown Court was told.

He knew what he was doing, but apparently Ramadan Rape is an acceptable excuse in some parts of the world.

Judge Sheelagh Canavan branded him ‘a danger to society’.

Sentencing him to three years’ imprisonment, Judge Canavan described him as a ‘serial, sexual pervert’ and called for him to be removed from the country as soon as possible.

She said: ‘Your devotion to your religion is only convenient to you when it gives you an excuse for your sexual misconduct.

‘You are not a national of this country, and the sooner you are removed from the country the better.

That judge sounds downright Islam-ophobic.

The second assault, on a 15-year-old girl, happened on a bus in mid-afternoon a few days later, the court was told.

The teenager boarded the bus and immediately felt uncomfortable because Islam had been staring at her at the bus stop.

Islam staring at you is never a good thing.


Pakistan TV host gives away babies on air for Ramadan


Pakistani TV personality Aamir Liaquat Hussain has been giving away abandoned babies on his popular Ramadan show. (Photo courtesy: Geo TV)

Determined to boost ratings this Ramadan, a Pakistani TV talk show host has been giving away babies live on air, British daily The Guardian reported on Thursday.

Aamir Liaquat Hussain, one of Pakistan’s most famous television personalities, gave two abandoned baby girls to couples without children last month and plans to give away an infant boy this week.

“If we didn’t find this baby, a cat or a dog would have eaten it,” Hussain said during one broadcast. His audience applauded as he handed over one of the baby girls to her new parents.

“I was really shocked at first. I couldn’t believe we were being given this baby girl,” Suriya Bilqees, a new mother of a two-week old, told CNN. “I was extremely happy.”

Hussain’s show, Aman Ramzan, focuses on religious and social issues. He usually gives away prizes like motorbikes, mobile phones and land deeds to audience members who answer questions about Islam.

But this Ramadan, with fierce competition for ratings, Hussain has presented two families with babies.

The abandoned babies were rescued by the Chhipa Welfare Association, a Pakistani aid organization.

Ramzan Chhipa, head of the organization, saw it as a positive move.

“In a day or two, the next baby will be given away, God willing,” he told Reuters on Thursday.

“Our team finds babies abandoned on the street, in garbage bins — some of them dead, others mauled by animals. So why not ensure the baby is kept alive and gets a good home?

“We didn’t just give the baby away. We have our own vetting procedure. This couple was already registered with us and had four or five sessions with us,” he added.

However, paperwork was not processed before the show and as adoption is not legally recognized in Pakistan the new parents will still have to apply for guardianship, CNN reported.

As well as working with Chhipa to find abandoned newborns, Hussain is advertising for babies directly.

“If any family cannot afford to bring up their newborn baby due to poverty or illness then, instead of killing them, they should hand over the baby to Dr Aamir,” a notice on his website reads.

Hussain’s controversial gimmick seems to have paid off. The show has proved extremely popular, breaking ratings records and may be extended beyond its Ramadan run, CNN reported.

Dearbornistan: Religious favoritism, the result of religious supremacism?


Religious favoritism, the result of religious supremacism?


Recently, an acquaintance said he had heard that during Ramadan in Dearbornistan, Michigan, Fordson High School does their football practice from 11:00 p.m. until 4:00 a.m. because the Muslim players can’t eat or drink anything during the daylight.

Citizen Warrior  I said, “In other words, the Muslims are imposing their practices on non-Muslims.” I said it with a face that clearly displayed disapproval. He was casually dismissive. “Well, other religions do crazy stuff too,” he said.


Fordson, a Michigan high school football team is holding preseason practices in the middle of the night to help its Muslim players practice both faith and football. 

The mixed Muslim and non-Muslim squad from Dearborn says the nocturnal regimen is a way for Muslim players to eat and drink while observing the holy month of daytime fasting known as Ramadan that started a few weeks ago. 

Fordson High coach Fouad Zaban, 40, a Muslim and former Fordson player, knows the high stakes. When Ramadan falls during football season, the players practice during daylight hours. But with July heat and doubled practice schedule, concerns grew about players’ health, particularly the high risk of heat stroke.

Working it out meant getting the approval of school and district administrators as well as players, parents and police. Then, there were the residents in the surrounding neighborhood, who would be negatively impacted with more noise and the illuminated field.

I said, “they don’t impose their stuff on me. Are there religious people who impose something on you? Or try to get you to grant a concession? Or try to make your values yield to theirs? To practice a religion is personal and private. If someone wants to go without food, what do I care? They can go right ahead. But when it impinges on people who are not members of the religion, that’s no longer religious. It’s political.

Do the Christian players have to pray to Allah, too?

Do the Christian players have to pray to Allah, too?

So all the high school students who want to play football at that school have to practice in the middle of the night because Muslims are thrusting their Islamic practice into the non-Islamic public sphere. Those non-Muslim kids have to disrupt their normal sleep cycle because the Muslims won’t bend and the non-Muslims will.


And step by step, inch by inch, orthodox Muslims gain one concession after another as our tolerant culture yields to their intolerant culture. Is that okay with you? It’s not okay with me.”

I wish I’d had time to explain to him that religious supremacism is the belief that a particular religion is superior to others and entitles members of the religion to control or dominate non-members. That’s what these Muslim football players were doing.

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