Tuesday, June 20, 2006

More Islam Will Surely Fix The Problem With Islam

Of course, if everyone is miserable and disgruntled with their small cut of the jizya that trickles down from their parasitic governments, it's time for more Islam, more 'pure' 7th century Islam. The good stuff. There is that old sage advice "quit digging when you discover you are in a hole"; never caught on in the Muhammedan's world. We infidels look on in disbelief (or used to disbelieve, now just disgusted) when Muslims voted for a strict 'pure' 7th century lifestyle, like Hamas, like Muslim Brotherhood, and so many other 'pure Islam' parties who are really, really popular. Like the idea that instituting regressive and oppressive barbarian practices and laws will solve their problem. Well, hey it may get the infidels to shovel more jizya as they try to keep the barbarians from the gate. Seems to work for Hamas, Pakistan, Egypt, Jordan, Indonesia, Malaysia, and so many more parasitic states. Suck the infidels dry. They deserve it. Sounds like a good plan to me. Bankrupt the infidels with demands for jizya, steal as much as possible, immigrate to the infidel's lands and establish enclaves dominated solely by Muslims, work the PC/MC racket in the infidel institutions - piece of cake, lots of sympathizers to help. Just eat the infidels from within and without. Pretty good plan.

Meanwhile, I feel like going out and busting up some infidel artifacts. How about you? Egypt has a problem and will need MORE JIZYA to stop it. Right?

Statue attack fuels fears of an Islamist Egypt
By Harry de Quetteville in Cairo, The Telegraph
(Filed: 18/06/2006)

A religiously motivated attack on statues at a museum in Cairo has sparked outcry in Egypt and fuelled fears that the country is veering towards an Islamic state.

The attack on three artworks, by a black-clad and veiled woman screaming, "Infidels, infidels!" followed a fatwa issued by the Grand Mufti of Cairo, Ali Gomaa, which banned all decorative statues of living beings.

Possible targets in future: Tutankhamen and Amenhotep

It led to furious criticism of the mufti from Egyptian liberals. In a televised debate with the mufti after the attack, one poet raged that "the prevalent religious discourse in the country encourages terror".

Although the ancient treasures of Egypt have been protected under Islam so far, an increasing extremism in the country could make statues such as the quartzite head of Nefertiti, the colossus of Amenhotep, and the golden death mask of Tutankhamen possible targets in future.

At the scene of the attack, in the villa and museum of the Egyptian sculptor, Hassan Heshmat, guards said they had been woken in the middle of the night by the woman's shouts and the sounds of destruction.

"It was a fully covered, religious woman," said Raisa Intesar, who looks after both the museum and Mr Heshmat, who is now 86. "She had jumped over the wall. We rushed out to stop her but by the time we had overpowered her, she had destroyed three statues."

The damaged works included Motherhood, a piece featuring three delicately carved heads, all of which had been snapped off. Also damaged was a smaller piece, The Victory Leap, Heshmat's tribute to Egyptian troops in the 1973 Yom Kippur war.

But the patriotic sentiment of the work was lost on the attacker, who was intent on following a religious imperative. "She had been listening to the mufti, and was following his orders," Ms Intesar said.

In Islam, representations of the human form and potential idolatry are particularly sensitive topics and helped to fuel the riots over the depiction of the Prophet earlier this year.

So, in Egypt, which has become markedly more conservative in recent years, artists such as Mr Heshmat now find that national pride is losing out to religious fervour.

The attack exemplifies the clash of secular and religious societies in Egypt where, on the streets of Cairo, beauties in low-cut tops mingle with veiled women who walk behind their husbands.

"We are seeing an increase of conservative, Islamist feeling," said Nabil Abdel Fatah, from the Al Ahram centre for Political and Strategic studies in Cairo.

"The Islamisation of Egyptian society is happening from the bottom up, and now it has reached the middle classes - the doctors, the lawyers.

"Over the next few years political Islam will grow and grow," he added. "The duality between secular and religious is very dangerous and will lead to a very serious conflict in Egyptian society.

We are already seeing terror attacks. And we will see new radical groups who will want to change the state in the most basic way - by suicide bombs and assassination."

Comfortably installed in the cafe at the top of Egypt's parliament building, 72-year-old Sheikh Said Askar smiled benignly at such ideas.

Sheikh Askar is one of 88 members of parliament for the Muslim Brotherhood, whose offshoots include Hamas, now in power in the Palestinian territories, and which seeks to impose Sharia law throughout Egypt.

Although he is also a long-serving scholar at Cairo's al Azhar mosque, from where the mufti issued his fatwa on statues, he said the Brotherhood will use its growing voice in parliament - not bombs - to effect change. "I want to see Egypt become an Islamic state," he said. "We are near to that."

As little as a year ago, such an idea would have been fanciful. Sheikh Askar was locked up ahead of last autumn's parliamentary elections, from which the Brotherhood was banned.

Running as independents, and despite widespread government interference, its members markedly exceeded expectations by winning enough seats to become the main opposition. Had it not been so restricted, some say, it could have won.

"I understand that an Islamic Egypt scares the West," said Sheikh Askar. "But the secular government has failed the people. Now our group will spread the glory of Islam."

1 comment:

friendlysaviour said...

Well, sorry to say, but a few more statues and relics smashed or up in smoke will serve as a reminder to us all as to what islam is all about.
Eventually, as always, the mask of islams "peaceable" intentions slip, and in the name "mahhamad,"
Civilisation slips out the window and through he backdoor,..in walks the ghost of the prophet. Kalashnikov in one bloody hand, sword in the other.
So 'tis always been, so 'twill always be.

The mask of Civilisation sits cock-eyed on the face of islam.
Whenever they sense blood, the pretence is dropped and the Beast's slavering fangs are revealed as they rampages their contempt upon their fellow man.
Good on them, I say.
Bring it on.
Rather a thousand statues smashed, than one dumb socilaist Western teacher or lecturer, is able to lie to their students about the "culture of islam."

They have but one common cause, one shared goal,..kill the infidel, behead the unbelievers, smash the Western Democracies.
(Why,.. haven't they told us as much already? Do I speak words that have not got their origin in the mouths of islamic scholars and school-kids alike?)
Then the minarets will be surrounded with stakes upon which the heads of the kufars will drip their life force away.
Before that terrible day, before our Culture of Liberty and Science is replaced with the islamic traditions of traducemnt by the sword,.. we will either learn to take up the challenge or watch as Civilastion dies.

I believe we have got what it takes.

It will take cold reason, rational logic and sober determination to eradicate the abomination of Barbarism from planet Earth.