It never stops no matter where they are. State authorities have a duty to protect non Muslim prisoners. Segregation is the only solution — an unenviable job for the warders who have to deal with such devout followers of Muhammad.
I have reported on hundreds of news stories over the past 15 years concerning the rise of Islam in our nation’s prisons. The prison system has become a hotbed of jihad recruitment and plotting. The violent, broken and disenfranchised are easy prey for imams and Muslim gangs who intimidate and harass inmates to convert to Islam. And while priests and rabbis make perfunctory visits to attend their incarcerated flock, imams, on the other had, come twice or thrice weekly and institute dawah programs, activities and smuggle contraband in order to actively recruit to Islam.
The Muslim who created the Muslim Chaplain Program in America is sitting in jail for 23 years on terrorism charges.
A PAIR of radicalised female prisoners have been charged with making death threats against fellow inmates and criminal contempt, French officials have said.
By Romina McGuinness, The Express, January 13, 2017:
The two radical Muslims, known only as 35-year-old Nadia A.M. and 29-year-old Vanessa C., have also been accused of “proselytising” and are due to appear in court toda. The pair, who both gave birth in prison last May, had been staying at the facility’s minimum-security nursery, where they had been sent to live with their newborns for 18 months.According to the plaintiffs, Nadia A.M. and Vanessa C.’s month-long “reign of terror” began during their stay at the nursery, where they enjoyed “relative freedom”. The two radical Muslims have been accused of ‘proselytising’ The two women – who are said to be linked to other radicalised inmates – were violent and disrespectful towards their inmates, and tried to “force” some of the young mothers to convert to Islam.
They are said to have physically and verbally abused their cellmates and their children
They are said to have physically and verbally abused their cellmates and their children.And the pair are also said to have literally “twisted the arms” of ‘non-believers’ who did not share their radical views.
The pair have been described as ‘incredibly violent’ by their cellmates
They are also said to have falsely accused prison guards of attacking them after “intentionally” throwing themselves down flights of stairs, and to have told people that they were “possessed by jinns” – supernatural beings mentioned in the Koran.The women were “particularly aggressive” and “threatened to set fire to the prison” more than once, the plaintiffs added.The mothers initially refused to speak out because they were “afraid” of what Nadia A.M. and Vanessa C. would do to them if they did, Marcel Duredon, a Fleury-Mérogis official said. The women are said to have tried to force some of the young mothers to convert to Islam Mr Duredon added that the mothers were “scared” that the radicalised women would hurt their children if they found out that they had spoken to police, before adding that, before the women’s arrival, the prison nursery had been “a haven of peace”.The official added that number of radicalised female prisoners at Fleury-Mérogis had “more than doubled in the last five months”.
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