Yes, right, cool whip is the problem.
The Yahoo headline blares, “Boost efforts to tackle challenges to Muslims.” Shouldn’t that be, “Boost efforts to tackle jihadists”? But it’s not, and that’s the crux of the problem. Instead, I am the problem:
“Pamela Geller, an American version of the Dutch Islamophobe Geert Wilders, has been at the forefront of whipping up anti-Muslim frenzy.”
Uh, no. The Islamic State is the problem. Boko Haram is the problem. Hamas is the problem, Muslims flocking to wage bloody jihad in Syria and Iraq are the problem. Muslim Brotherhood groups like CAIR are the problem. Victims are not the problem, you savage supremacists, jihad is the problem.
The only ones doing the whipping are the Muslims enforcing sharia. Flogging, whipping, hanging etc.
Speaking of Wilders, did you get your tickets to the Muhammad Art Exhibit yet? Geert Wilders, Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer — it’s the Counter Jihad Event of the Year.
As for me whipping it, only if it’s DEVO.
Crack that whip
Give the past a slip
Step on a crack
Break your momma’s back
When a problem comes along
You must whip it
Before the cream sets out too long
You must whip it
When something’s goin’ wrong
You must whip it
Now whip it
Shape it up
Try to detect it
It’s not too late
To whip it
Whip it good
The OIC is the modern day caliphate. Pr-eminent scholar on Islam Bat Ye’or explains, “The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is a religious and political organization. Close to the Muslim World League of the Muslim Brotherhood, it shares the Brotherhood’s strategic and cultural vision: that of a universal religious community, the Ummah, based upon the Koran, the Sunna, and the canonical orthodoxy of shari’a. The OIC represents 56 countries and the Palestinian Authority (considered a state), the whole constituting the universal Ummah with a community of more than one billion three to six hundred million Muslims. The OIC has a unique structure among nations and human societies. The Vatican and the various churches are de facto devoid of political power, even if they take part in politics, because in Christianity, as in Judaism, the religious and political functions have to be separated. Asian religions, too, do not represent systems that bring together religion, strategy, politics, and law within a single organizational structure.
Not only does the OIC enjoy unlimited power through the union and cohesion of all its bodies, but also to this it adds the infallibility conferred by religion. Bringing together 56 countries, including some of the richest in the world, it controls the lion’s share of global energy resources. The European Union (EU), far from anticipating the problems caused by such a concentration of power and investing in the diversification and autonomy of energy sources since 1973, acted to weaken America internationally in order to substitute for it the U.N., the OIC’s docile agent. In the hope of garnering a few crumbs of influence, the EU privileged a massive Muslim immigration into Europe, paid billions to the Mediterranean Union and Palestinian Authority, weakened the European states, undermined their unity, and wrapped itself in the flag of Palestinian justice, as though this would supply some protective system against the global jihad, which it endeavored to focus on Israel. (Read the rest…..)
“Boost efforts to tackle challenges to Muslims” Yahoo News via Arab news, March 23, 2015
Arab News – MUSLIM UNITY STRESSED: Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman receives OIC Secretary-General Iyad Madani, right, and Abdullah Alim, assistant secretary-general for political affairs, at his …more
MUSLIM UNITY STRESSED: Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman receives OIC Secretary-General Iyad Madani, right, and Abdullah Alim, assistant secretary-general for political affairs, at his palace in Riyadh on Sunday. (SPA)
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has urged the 57-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to continue its efforts to strengthen Islamic unity and set out strategies to confront challenges facing the Muslim world.
King Salman made this comment while receiving OIC Secretary-General Iyad Madani and his accompanying delegation at Al-Yamamah Palace on Sunday.
Speaking to the OIC delegation, King Salman said: “The organization should work to unify the rank of Muslims and get rid of division and extremism.”
He instructed the OIC, the second largest international organization after the UN, to effectively deal with challenges and issues facing Muslim countries in a way that would benefit them and their peoples.
Crown Prince Muqrin, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif and Deputy Foreign Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah attended the meeting.
Meanwhile, the OIC’s Islamophobia Observatory released its February report on Sunday. It documented an increase in anti-Islam activities in the US during the month. “This is evident from the intense media campaign and the significant number of incidents targeting Muslims, mosques and Islamic centers,” said the report.
The observatory pointed out that media outlets and political players were very active during February in creating a climate of fear, hatred and suspicion against Muslims.
Pamela Geller, an American version of the Dutch Islamophobe Geert Wilders, has been at the forefront of whipping up anti-Muslim frenzy.
The observatory noted that atheist far-right groups have been systematically nurturing anti-Islam sentiment in the country. The observatory said that there has also been growing Islamophobia in Canada and that the decision in Shawinigan, Quebec, to ban the construction of a mosque is a particular cause for concern. Furthermore, the Canadian government backed Minister of Immigration Jason Kenney’s comments against the niqab in February, something that the observatory views as religious suppression and contrary to religious freedom.
Meanwhile, King Salman received a telephone call from Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi and discussed major developments in the region. He also sent a message to Sudanese President Omar Bashir on strengthening bilateral ties.
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