While jihadists in Nigeria, Congo, CAR, Philippines, Syria, Iraq et al wage their bloody holy war against freedom, individual rights and the “other”, their stealth counterparts are waging the same war insidiously but just as fiercely in the West.
Muslim gunmen storm a building in Libya and go”room to room” in their residence at 2:30 a.m. Saturday and asked for identification papers to separate Muslim workers from Christians….the gunmen handcuffed the Christians and drove away.”
While jihadists in Nigeria, Congo, CAR, Philippines, Syria, Iraq et al wage their bloody holy war against freedom, individual rights and the “other”, their stealth counterparts in the West are waging the same war insidiously but just as fiercely.
Jihadi attacks in the cause of Islam are raging across Africa and the Middle East. But they are not condemned by Muslim leaders in the West. Who is in their cross-hairs? Those that oppose the ideology that inspire the bloody attacks. What are they demanding? Imposition of the blasphemy laws under the sharia – “do not offend or criticize Islam”.
Just this week:
–Yesterday, Muslim gunmen storm a building in Libya and go”room to room” demanding identification papers to separate Muslim workers from Christians….the gunmen handcuffed the Christians and drove away.”
–Over the past two days, scores of Christians in Nigeria were slaughtered in jihadi attacks.
–Muslims torched close to 1,000 cars in France on New Year’s eve.
–Jihadi commanders in Russia pledge allegiance to Islamic State’s Caliph al-Baghdadi
— Iranian police arrested 50 women for “un-Islamic” dress
–Jihad hostage murderer Man Haron Monis delivered chilling religious lectures to packed Sydney mosques
— A hijabed homicide bomber killed many in a New Year’s triple jihad bombing in Nigeria
–An instruction manual was published for devout Muslim mothers in the Islamic State: How to raise a jihadi-baby
–A Muslim brutally tortures and honor murders his 10-year-old daughter for “adultery”
Here’s the headline in The Evening Standard: “Twitter and Facebook slammed over huge increase in Islamophobic postings.”
And this is what Yahoo news and multiple news outlets are running today without comment. These newspapers will suffer the same censorship they are demanding of us, the individual. Freedom of the press is the first casualty of the sharia.
It is stunning and stupefying. Discredited liar and Muslim extremist Fiyaz Mughal is given an extraordinary platform by the largest and most influential media outlets to promote the sharia and defame the few that dare speak of jihad and its victims.
Mughal and leading Muslims organizations in the US, UK, Canada and Australia want to destroy free speech. Going after Twitter and Facebook would essentally do that. The only place to get news the media won’t cover is here and on websites like this – Jihadwatch, The Religion of Peace, Blazing Cat Fur, Creeping Sharia, etc and YOU – YOU share these news stories on Facebook and Twitter. YOU get the word out. YOU are the soldiers in the information battlespace. YOU are fighting the great fight. Islamic supremacits knows this. They have enormous funds and fanatics pounding away at the freedom we love.
Targeting Facebook and twitter is targeting YOU.
The article is all in Islamic codespeak. “Anti-racism groups” – Islam is not a race. These are Islamic supremacist groups who mean to impose the draconian blasphemy laws of the Shariah on free societies.
Do you think this can’t happen? The UK banned Robert Spencer and me merely because we speak against jihad and sharia. It can happen and will if we don’t fight back. Look at how Facebook and Twitter are kowtowing and groveling to the discredited liar Fiyaz Mughal, “By working with community groups like Faith Matters, we aim to show people the power of counter speech and, in doing so, strike the right balance between giving people the freedom to express themselves and maintaining a safe and trusted environment.”
“Anger at Islamophobic web postings,” Yahoo News, January 3, 2015
Facebook and Twitter have defended their approach to content on their sites after it was reported that they are refusing to take down hundreds of inflammatory Islamophobic postings despite being alerted by anti-racism groups.
The Independent newspaper said the number of postings, some of which accuse Muslims of being rapists, paedophiles and comparable to cancer, has increased significantly in recent months in the aftermath of the Rotherham sex abuse scandal and the murder of British hostages held by the Islamic State group (IS).
In most cases those behind the abuse have not had their accounts suspended or the posts removed, the newspaper said.
Muslim groups said they had brought dozens of accounts and hundreds of messages to the attention of the social media companies, but despite this, most of the accounts reported are still easily accessible.
Fiyaz Mughal, director of Faith Matters, an interfaith organisation which runs a helpline called Tell MAMA, for victims of anti-Muslim violence, told the newspaper he was disappointed by the attitude of both firms.
“It is morally unacceptable that social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, which are vast profit-making companies, socially engineer what is right and wrong to say in our society when they leave up inflammatory, highly socially divisive and openly bigoted views,” he said.
“These platforms have inserted themselves into our social fabric to make profit and cannot sit idly by and shape our futures based on ‘terms and conditions’ that are not fit for purpose.”
A Facebook spokeswoman said: “We take hate speech seriously and remove any content reported to us that directly attacks others based on their race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, disability or medical condition.
“With a diverse global community of more than a billion people, we occasionally see people post content which, whilst not against our rules, some people may find offensive.
“By working with community groups like Faith Matters, we aim to show people the power of counter speech and, in doing so, strike the right balance between giving people the freedom to express themselves and maintaining a safe and trusted environment.”
A Twitter spokesman said: “We review all reported content against our rules, which prohibit targeted abuse and direct, specific threats of violence against others.”
Courtesy of Pamela Geller.