Sunday, September 17, 2006

Pope nails it

Well, idiot muslims are mad again about what Pope said about their crazy prophet. He was damn right and nailed it on point. And it is also my question: What else the crazy prophet of Islam has brought us except war, craziness, rage, torture and murder?
    'Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.'
Look what Muhammad's followers did to the world right after those cartoons published in Denmark or what they are doing now after what Pope said couple of days ago.

These muslims must get a life!


Louise said...

Indeed. Yesterday the Islamists awoke the 1.1 million Roman Catholics to the reality of Muslim lunacy. Last night, in Thailand, Buddhists were taught the same lesson. There is barely anyone left who can say with a straight face that this phenomena is a justifiable avenge of Western aggression.

But then there are the leftists.....

Red violin said...

Under Benedict, the key issue, in Vatican-speak, is not 'dialogue' but 'reciprocity'. Even before his election, there was a growing feeling among Catholic prelates that dialogue with Islam consisted largely of Catholic initiatives.

What is more, endless discussion did not seem to be solving the biggest outstanding problem between the two religions: that while Muslims were free to build mosques, worship and proselytize in the West, Christians were often denied religious freedom in Islamic countries.

Some of the smaller states on the Arabian peninsula have begun to allow Christians to practise their faith openly, but Saudi Arabia, for example, still bans all public expression of non-Muslim religions. In several other countries, Islamic law effectively deprived Christians of basic rights.

Benedict has made it clear that he sees freedom of worship as merely a start and that, for there to be full reciprocity, Catholic priests will need to be free to fish for souls in Muslim lands. Last May, he told a Vatican conference on immigration to and from Islamic countries, that while Christians had to respect Muslims, they also had the right to offer them what he called 'the Christian proposal'.

The German pope unquestionably respects Islam. But he equally unambiguously intends to stand his ground. The signs have been there ever since his inaugural mass. During the service, prayers were read out asking for God's intercession on behalf of oppressed Christians. Few noticed, but one was read in Arabic.

Anonymous said...

No to Political Islam road-trip: Toronto 18th/NY 19th
September 17th, 2006
Homa Arjomand calls Press Conference at Queen’s Park, Toronto, on Monday September 18, 2:00 pm

Homa Arjomand, Coordinator of the International Campaign Against Sharia Court in Canada is calling a press conference where she and other Iranian activists will demand the arrest of President Ahmadinejad for crimes against humanity.

“We declare that President Ahmadinejad has violated Articles 9, 10, 11 and 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”, said Homa Arjomand. “We therefore call on the United Nations to arrest President Ahmadinejad for violating human rights in Iran”.

The protestors claim President Ahmadinejad is responsible for the assassinations and executions of tens of Iranian activists both in Iran and abroad.

“It is a disgrace to the United Nations to permit this man, with his record on human rights, the privilege to speak at this assembly, especially when he has taken the same rights from people in Iran and in tens of cases he has also taken their lives”, added Homa Arjomand.

Iranian refugees and exiles living in Canada will gather at Queen’s Park in Toronto to demand that Canada extradite President Ahmadinejad and to have him stand trial in Canada for the death of Canadian photographer, Zahara Kazemi.

Friends and family of the following activists who have been killed by Iranian authorities in the past three months will speak at Queen’s Park:

· Hojat Zamani
· Akbar Mohhammadi
· Valiollah Fayz-Mahdavi

Location: Queen’s Park, Toronto
Date: Monday, September 18, 2006, 2:00 pm

An open microphone will also be available for other Iranians attending the protest. They will be able to tell their personal stories and to expose the crimes and human rights abuses of this Iranian regime and the leading terrorist – President Ahmadinejad.

Hundreds of activists from Canada will join several thousands Iranians protesting at the United Nations to demand the arrest of President Ahmadinejad

After the press conference on Monday, Homa and several hundreds of Canadians will travel to New York City to protest at the United Nation where they will demand the arrest of the Iranian President Ahmadinejad.

Location: In front of the United Nations
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2006, 10:00 AM

“We have three buses going to New York, as well many cars and minivans, said Homa, “please contact us if you want to join the protest of this terrorist from Iran”.

About the Campaign
Homa Arjomand is the Coordinator of the International Campaign Against Sharia Court in Canada. She started her campaign in Toronto in October 2003 with a handful of supporters, and today it has grown to a coalition of 87 organizations from 14 countries with over a thousand activists. In February 2006, the Ontario Government passed legislation which ended the use of religious laws for family arbitration. Since then, the Campaign has focused its efforts on stopping political Islam globally. Homa is now Coordinator of a campaign called “No to political Islam” and was a human rights activist in Iran until she was forced to flee in 1989.
Media Contact: Ms. Homa Arjomand 416-737-9500.
Web site:

شراره said...

باز به من که سری به اینجا می زنم... گاهی اوقات

Anonymous said...

Nice try on the part of the ICASCC, but the UN would rather prosecute the Bush Administration for the same "war crimes," like trying to "assassinate" Osama bin Laden repeatedly.

Putting faith in diplomacy is a mistake; with the advent of post-modernism, there are no actions or even words that cannot be twisted into a capital crime, and no crimes that cannot be excused through some sort of tortured logic.

We have replaced reason with emotion, and the bulk of that bitter harvest has yet to be reaped.

The Jut said...

What else he has brought? How about religiously sanctioned gang-rape of non-muslim/unveiled women? That has become disturbingly common in Europe. Some muslim girls passed on a taped speech, by a local mufti advocating this, a few years ago in Denmark.

Anonymous said...

What else he has brought? How about religiously sanctioned gang-rape of non-muslim/unveiled women? That has become disturbingly common in Europe. Some muslim girls passed on a taped speech, by a local mufti advocating this, a few years ago in Denmark.

Sherry said...

Winston, I noticed that Satanejad arrived at NYC for the UN. You know, he reminds me so much of one of those Hobbitts from Lord of the Rings. I didn't realize he was that short. LOL