Tuesday, December 13, 2005

The Anti-Dhimmi's of the Week

A township in South Africa has shown some unusual backbone in standing up to the Global Islamic Machine, AKA the "Ummah".

...the Bloemfontein High Court has issued a final order silencing the mosque [in the township of Ladybrand]. The 500- watt amplifier and 53cm speakers imported from Dubai - one shot through with the bullet of a hunting rifle - have been packed away.

Shot through with a hunting rifle round, eh? Nice touch! But why would the Mohammadens need to use that infidel technology anyway? After all, the folks back in the 8th century used to just yell out the call to prayer (also known as the 'azaan') from the minarets. What worked in Mo's time should work for the Ummah now, yes?

"The azaan is imperative," Bilal Osman - the mosque's treasurer - said this week. "It is a call to prayer which is actually part of the prayer. Churches have bells, we have the azaan."

Now there's a fine bit of "religious equalization" for you by those Muzzies. The azaan is just like Christian church bells, dont cha know? Of course, no Christian church I have ever heard of rings its bells at 5:30am every morning, 365 days a year. In fact, most churches I know about can get by just fine without any bell-ringing at all.

We at Pedestrian Infidel applaud the Bloemfontein High Court for their unusual display of anti-Dhimmitude. But of course, the Muzzies are sure to rage about the court's decision--by filing more lawsuits, appealing to a sympathetic media, staging protests, using intimidation, etc. Their Jihad will go on. And we will go on resisting it.


sissyblue said...

Yeeeesssss! Can we do this in Deerborn?

Anonymous said...

Big diff between bells and adnan. Bells simply mark a specific time of the day. The islamic call to prayer is a recitation of islamic beliefs: the is no god but allah, and mohammed is his only prophhet, yadda yadda yadda. The adnan is a broadcast of a belief system, and a call to islam.