UPDATE: Thanks to the many Atlas readers for clearing this up. The link to the Foreign Office was generating the authentication code but I could not remove the box without removing the post – despite whatever image edits I made. Post removed, box removed.
As you know, I maintaingreat deal of consternation in the subjugated media both here and abroad — as if those leaving Islam did not have the same basic human right to freedom as anyone else. That was the premise. Opposition to these bus ads was the equivalent of supporting the Islamic death penalty for apostasy (conversion out of Islam). It was providing a service to those who needed help. Are they not deserving of a free life? By Gd, what shot do these people have if the whole of the world has caved to Islamic supremacism? Where can they go?
The media sought to enforce the Islamic law (the sharia), death for apostasy, by forcing those in danger to stay in fatal environments, much the way they sought to return Rifqa Bary, the Ohio teen who converted out of Islam, to the family that threatened to kill her. It took an army to save Rifqa. Is the British government enforcing the sharia, too?
Flashback VIDEO: Daisy the Khan on the freedom bus ads:
May 27, 2010 Ground Zero mosque supremacist Daisy the Khan commenting at length on the Freedom Bus campaing calling Pamela Geller "ignorant." Her deception is full on. "It's always hurtful when an entire community….." There is nothing in the ads about "the 'entire community." And murder is "hurtful," gender apartheid is "hurtful," clitorectomies are "hurtful," dishonesty is "hurftful," jihad is "hurtful," the Ground Zero mosque is "hurtful." Goebbels would be taking notes.
Our AFDI website for Muslims in trouble has been hacked or has been forbidden by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). This is horrible. The irony is that things are so bad in the UK that this same agency, the FCO, has a forced marriage unit (a common practice among Muslims). I am trying to determine if this is official FCO — watch this space.
Victims of forced marriage
Forced Marriage Unit
Our Forced Marriage Unit (FMU) is a joint-initiative with the Home Office. In 2009 FMU gave advice or support to 1682 cases. 86 percent of these cases involved females and 14 percent involved males.
Who do we help?
If you are worried you might be forced into marriage or are worried about a friend or relative see information for victims, or call us on 0207 008 0151.
Our trained professionals offer confidential advice and assistance to:
- those who have been forced into marriage
- those at risk of being forced into marriage
- people worried about friends or relatives
- professionals working with actual or potential victims of forced marriage.
Our site directs those Muslims who have chosen to escape to some resources and contacts that offer help to those who make this very risky and dangerous choice. What is the messege?
The UK actually has a Forced Marriage Act, which permits anyone to request that courts block a wedding ceremony if it is believed that it is forced or involves one of the spouses-to-be being taken across national borders for the purposes of marriage. That's how bad it is.
Honor killings have spiked in the UK and the gender apartheid continues unabated.
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