Your Daily Muslim: Shazzat Hossain

Your Daily Muslim

Muslims are terrible at realizing when they’re just making fools of themselves, and are incredibly easy to goad into further self-humiliation. Teenage UK Muslim Shazzat Hossain found the Allah Sucks Facebook page and immediately started flipping shit like a psychological primitive. He really should’ve given up from the get-go, but instead dragged his feet in the mud and ended up getting an intellectual thrashing he probably won’t soon forget.

Here’s how it began:

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Hossain then threw several “go f**k yer mum”s at the page, along with a couple thinly-veiled threats of violence and rape. After asking the page to block him and not respond, he kept raging as the Allah Sucks admins continued their relentless assault on the pitiful, whimpering Hossain.

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He then tried groveling at the admins to stop contacting him, but shortly thereafter realized it would be to no avail, so the messages got even more violent. I…

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Kenya Massacre: ‘All Muslims Leave… We Only Want to Kill Non-Muslims’

‘All Muslims leave… we only want to kill non-Muslims’: Witness reveals how gunmen who massacred at least 20 in Kenyan shopping mall targeted non-Islamics

  • Security guards wheel out bodies in shopping trolleys from Westlands Shopping Centre
  • Hostages are being held by at least five attackers still in building
  • Upmarket mall is a favourite shopping spot for expats and wealthy Kenyans
  • Police opened fire after gunmen launched attack at midday today
  • Armed gang believed to have been terrorists, police say
  • Kenya Red Cross says at least 20 dead though police not given exact toll
  • Witness says attackers told shoppers non-Muslims were the targets
  • Somali militant group al-Shabaab threatened to attack mall but no one yet claimed responsibility

By Ellie Buchdahl

PUBLISHED: 13:26, 21 September 2013

At least 20 people are reported to be dead and 50 injured as a gun fight continues between police and armed men at a shopping centre in the Kenyan capital Nairobi.

One witness claimed gunmen told Muslims to stand up and leave and that only non-Muslims would be targeted.

Security guards were seen wheeling out bloodstained bodies in shopping trolleys from upmarket mall in the Westlands district of the city, witnesses said, after the attack that broke out at midday today.

Locals and tourists who had come out shopping on the sunny Saturday morning ran screaming from the building and cars were left abandoned as attackers threw grenades and fired AK47s.

Killings: At least 15 people are believed to be dead, although police have not confirmed a death toll

Killings: At least 15 people are believed to be dead, although police have not confirmed a death toll

Victim: Rescuers attempt to evacuate a man injured in a shootout

Victim: Rescuers attempt to evacuate a man injured in a shootout

Horror: Customers are evacuated from the shopping centre covered in blood

Horror: Customers are evacuated from the shopping centre covered in blood

Fleeing: A child runs to safety across the shopping mall

Children: A soldier carries one of the survivors to safety as armed police hunt for the gunmen

Gunfight: Police are still trying to escort people away from the site where fighting continues

Kenya Red Cross Society Secretary General Abbas Guled told Reuters: ‘I would say so far we have at least 15 dead. The casualties are many, and that’s only what we have on the outside.’

Reuters now says at least 20 are reported dead and 50 wounded.

At least nine people were carried out of the building bleeding from wounds to their limbs and two others were wheeled unconscious from the scene in shopping trolleys.

A young boy is believed to have been among those killed.

There were unconfirmed reports of two large explosions, with several smaller explosions. Two people were reportedly injured on the road.

‘We have officers at the scene trying to get out the group shooting inside. They have not been located,’ a senior police official said.

‘Officers are approaching the situation with caution because there are innocent civilians inside,’ he said.

Shootout: A police officer takes up position at the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi

Shootout: A police officer takes up position at the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi

Escape: An injured man who managed to flee the attackers is treated by paramedics outside the shopping centre

Escape: An injured man who managed to flee the attackers is treated by paramedics outside the shopping centre

Police officers arrived about a half an hour after about five armed assailants stormed the building, witnesses say, and took cover behind vehicles outside.

Dutch embassy employee Rob Vandijk said he had been eating at a restaurant in the shopping mall when gunmen threw hand grenades inside the building, before machine-gun fire rang out and people began to drop to the ground.

Officials have not given the exact death toll as police and gunmen are continuing to exchange fire, but reporters said they had seen at least 15 bodies.

Police initially believed the attack was an attempt by about ten armed men to rob a shop.

But Elijah Kamau, a witness, told AP that the gunmen had announced that they were targeting non-Muslims as they began their attack at the centre.

Now Nairobi police chief Benson Kibue has said it was a terrorist attack and the Kenya Ministry of Interior has said the shooting may have been an ‘attack by terrorists’.

Gunfight: Police are still trying to escort people away from the site where fighting continues

Gunfight: Police are still trying to escort people away from the site where fighting continues

Hostages: Police say armed men are still in the building and are holding prisoners

Hostages: Police say armed men are still in the building and are holding prisoners

‘They don’t seem like thugs, this is not a robbery incident,’ said Yukeh Mannasseh who was on the top floor when the shooting started.

‘It seems like an attack. The guards who saw them said they were shooting indiscriminately.’

Somali’s rebel group al-Shabab vowed in late 2011 to carry out a large-scale attack in Nairobi in retaliation for Kenya’s sending of troops into Somalia to fight the Islamic insurgents.

The Somali militant group al-Shabaab had earlier threatened to strike the mall, as it is a popular destination for the city’s expatriate community.

However, no one has yet to claim responsibility for the assault.

One victim said that he had been shot by a man who appeared to be Somali, while others noted the gunmen were speaking in a foreign language.

‘The gunmen tried to fire at my head but missed. There are definitely many casualties,’ Sudjar Singh, who works at the shopping centre, told AFP.

‘I saw three of the attackers dressed in black and with covered faces and they were carrying heavy rifles,’ said another witness.
Shock: Witnesses said a half dozen grenades went off along with volleys of gunfire that started at midday

Shock: Witnesses said a half dozen grenades went off along with volleys of gunfire that started at midday

Stand-off: Soldiers are still searching in and around the Westgate Shopping Mall in Nairobi after armed men attempted to rob a shop

Stand-off: Soldiers are still searching in and around the Westgate Shopping Mall in Nairobi after the supposed terrorist attack

Errol Fernandes, a Kenyan businessman said: ‘There were two guys – they came in from the car park on the roof. One had dreadlocks, he had an AK47 and was firing randomly.

‘I just ran into the café kitchen and then we all hid in the refrigerator, until we were told to run out of the fire escape.

‘I’m sure there must be many dead and injured.’

‘The gunmen tried to fire at my head but missed. There are definitely many casualties,’ Sudjar Singh, who works at the shopping centre, told AFP.

‘I saw three of the attackers dressed in black and with covered faces and they were carrying heavy rifles,’ said another witness.

Police say that attackers are holding hostages in the building, and a number of other bystanders are said to be still trapped inside.

A Reuters photographer said armed police were searching for more members of the gang as sporadic gunfire continues.

Terrorist: Somali Islamist attacks are not uncommon in Kenya, although police have not confirmed the identity of the attackers

Terrorist: Somali Islamist attacks are not uncommon in Kenya, although police have not confirmed the identity of the attackers

Family mall: Customers who had planned a Saturday of shopping were forced to run following a shootout between unidentified armed men and the police

Family mall: Customers who had planned a Saturday of shopping were forced to run following a shootout between unidentified armed men and the police

Rescue: A woman with her two children are helped from the mall as the fighting continues

Rescue: A woman with her two children are helped from the mall as the fighting continues

An AFPTV reporter said police and security guards were trying to secure a multi-screen cinema complex inside the mall where many had taken shelter.

The reporter said she saw at least 20 people rescued from a toy shop on one of the upper floors of the building.

A shop manager who managed to escape said it had appeared ‘the shooters had taken control of all the mall’.

Attacks by Somali Islamists in Kenya often involve gunmen armed with automatic weapons and grenades, with targets including bars, nightclubs and restaurants in various parts of the country.

There was a suspected al-Shabaab attack which left five dead and three injured at a restaurant in the eastern city of Garissa in January, and in August last year one person was killed and six more were left injured in the Eastleigh area of Nairobi on the eve of a visit by Hillary Clinton, then the United States secretary of state.

Last month 18 of the 19 US embassies and consulates across the Middle East and Africa were closed after a message between al Qaida officials about plans for a major terror attack was intercepted.

The Foreign Office says it is ‘urgently looking into’ the incident and has echoed Kenyan police with warnings to Britons to avoid the area.

Sharia Law in Britain: Non-Muslim teachers at Derby’s Muslim school ‘ordered to wear hijabs’

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Saturday, September 21, 2013
Derby Telegraph

 

By Zena Hawley

WOMEN teachers at Al-Madinah School in Derby claim they are being told to cover their heads and shoulders with a hijab – an Islamic scarf – whether or not they are Muslim.

This is one of several complaints made by staff to their unions at Al-Madinah School, which is currently under investigation by the Education Funding Agency for alleged irregularities over its grants.

Teachers at Derby's Muslim school  'ordered to wear hijabs'

The scene yesterday outside one campus of Al-Madinah School, Norman House in Friar Gate, Derby

A member of the teaching staff told the Derby Telegraph that women were being told to sign new contracts that say they must wear hijabs and that girls are told to sit at the back of classes.

Two non-Asian women, who refused to comment, were spotted taking off their hijabs as soon as they were out of sight of the school during the lunch hour.

Nick Raine, regional NUT officer, said he was “very worried” about the school and the education of the 200 children there.

He said: “It’s one thing to have a dress code which we can challenge and quite another to build it into a contract.”

It is understood that the new contracts for staff also include rules about not taking non-halal food into the school and not being allowed to wear jewellery.

Mr Raine added: “There are worries over practices concerning the discrimination between male and female pupils in the school, with the girls being told to sit at the back of the class regardless of whether they can see the board properly.”

The school, which occupies space at Norman House, Friar Gate, where primary-age children are taught, and Midland House, Nelson Street, for secondary children, was set up in September 2012.

The then head teacher, Andrew Cutts-Mckay, who has left after less than a year in post, said at the time that the school was being set up so that “the timetable will be flexible with time for Islamic teaching but pupils will be able to opt out of this and there will be a chance to learn about other faiths”.

He said the school would “honour all faiths” and that he envisaged a school where 50% of pupils are Islamic and the other half were not.

Sue Arguile, branch secretary of Derby National Union of Teachers, said: “This school was first launched as based on Muslim principles and not as a Muslim school.

“If the school is not sticking to the original reasons behind why it was set up, then it does call into question whether public money is being used properly and for its intended purpose.”

Mr Raine said: “The school is publicly accountable so there needs to be greater transparency.”

Initially, the free school was scheduled to admit 120 reception and year-one children, together with 180 pupils into years seven and eight. Eventually, the all-groups school will have up to 1,100 pupils.

Al-Madinah is a new type of free school, which the Government is allowing groups of parents, or interested parties, to set up.

These operate in much the same way as private schools, outside local authority control but qualifying for Government funding.

Councillor Martin Rawson, city council cabinet member for children and young people, who is opposed to free schools, said he was aware of the investigation by the EFR.

He said: “I hope that the outcome of that will be available in the near future. We are awaiting the findings before commenting further.”

The school has yet to receive an inspection by the Office for Standards in Education, which could reasonably be expected to happen this academic year as it is a new school but it could be brought forward in view of representations from the teaching unions and city council.

An Ofsted spokeswoman said: “As schools are only notified the afternoon before inspections begin, we would not be able to let anyone know when the school is being inspected.”

A Department for Education spokesman would not comment on what stage the investigation had reached and said: “We are investigating the allegations and will respond in due course.”

Despite repeated requests for a comment or interview being made to the school and its trustees by e-mail, phone and letter, by the Derby Telegraph there has been no response.

But the school has put out a statement to parents on its website which reads:

Rumours and the news

Dear Parents

It has come to our attention that there are a number of rumours circulating about the school that are worrying some parents. The situation is not helped by the local television news and local newspapers running stories that are at best premature, or in some cases, simply fly in the face of the established facts.

The school is not going to shut down and close and it is not going to start charging parents to send their children here. Aside from possible temporary closures for severe snow or other Health and Safety reasons, it would take seven years to shut the school. Similarly, it is against the law for state funded schools like Al-Madinah to charge parents for education.

Some parents have found difficulties with certain items of uniform, especially stretching sweatshirts. We have already switched suppliers (and in the future we will give parents a choice of suppliers) but please do let us know if there is still a problem. Last year the school made a small loss on uniform. We hope to avoid that this year but it is our intention never to make money on school uniform.

We do have fully qualified teachers in our Primary School, despite what has been suggested, but in addition we also have Higher Level Support Assistants in every year group, many with their own nationally recognised qualification as well. Some staff have moved on, as they would do in any school, for a variety of reasons, and any administrative or contractual issues will be worked through. Al-Madinah has prioritised learning and teaching, that is the education of your child, in a safe and encouraging environment, as it settles into its new buildings and introduces new systems to reflect its planned growth in numbers. Your children come first, and as for the teething pains of our growth spurt, please give it time.

As a parent, if you do have any concerns please contact us directly and ask about whatever it is that is worrying you. I am pleased to say that we met with a group of parents last week and they helped us understand a little more about what we need to communicate to you. We are in the process of making our website more parent friendly, but in the meantime, we will still be posting information on the website. If it is easier for you to contact Mrs Higgins at the Primary School, or Mr Hussain at the Secondary School, please do so. Just let us know the name of your child (or children) when you ring, and what year group or groups they are in, and we will be able to tell you what you want to know. We are here for you.

Al-Madinah is a pioneering school, the first of its type in the whole country, and not everyone wants it to succeed. Unfortunately politics have been allowed to interfere with education. Our only concern in the success of your children. Like all pioneers, we are on a journey, and as a new school open for just one year (and only a few days in our new, wonderful, secondary building) we simply ask for time to get going and grow into an excellent school.

Assuring you that we have the best interests of your child at heart.

Yours faithfully

G S Wilson

Interim Principal

HIJAB A COVERING AND ‘STATE OF MIND’

The term hijab refers to a head cover, like a scarf.

It covers the head and chest, but not the face, and is particularly worn by a Muslim female beyond the age of puberty in the presence of adult males.

It not only refers to the physical body covering, but also a state of mind, where al-hijab refers to “the veil which separates man or the world from God”.

Hijab can also be used to refer to the seclusion of women from men in public.

Most often, it is worn by Muslim women as a symbol of modesty, privacy and morality. If differs from a burqa, a veil that covers the entire body head and face, and the niqab which covers the entire head and face except for the eyes.

DERBY TELEGRAPH COMMENT: Ministry spotlight will have to be shone on free school

WHAT DO YOU THINK? Should teachers at the Al-Madinah School be forced to wear hijabs? Have your say on our anonymous poll (on the right).

Saudi Columnist: Religious Sheikh’s Lure Young Muslims To Commit Terrorism

Qatar and Saudi Arabia (and now recently Kuwait) are huge purses and employees to terrorists, sending them everywhere to other countries to try and occupy foreign territories and create conflicts (Syria, Tunisia, Libya, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Egypt and so on). They also send innocent elderly, handicapped and children to be strapped to bombs to kill other Muslims. They have no choice to say no. Women are forced from their families and send to terrorist regions to serve as prostitutes and be raped by deranged extremists. These leaders have no foresight and imagine they are immune to the problems they help to create. The same terrorists they fund are aggressively opposed to these rich Arab leaders, and to the Saudi royal family.
Is this the kind of people our governments should be collaborating with, trading with, selling properties to and negotiating with??

This fat Qatari whale (Trojan pig), Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, is friend with all the leaders in the world, who permit him to grow his wealth so he can spread salafi extremism to our shores, while he funds terrorism and blow up other Muslims. Is this the kind of vile animal we should be engaged with at all? Ban trading contracts with Qatar! Ban all oil purchases from the Arabs and isolate them. Qatari Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani has now resigned and put another whale in his place: his son Qatari Crown Prince Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani.

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Who will be the next target for these terrorists when radicals begin to take over in one country after another, expanding and growing with Saudi and Qatari oil money? They will target the very hand that feeds them. You can find many hateful threats in videos and social media where these radicals call for the establishment of a new Khilafa, and to do this they want to kill the Saudi royal family and put an end to their rule by a coup. They even call the Arab rulers ‘kafirs’!
If the Arab leadership had any wisdom at all, they would take drastic measures to ban hate speech in mosques, educate the youth and create jobs for them, execute hate clerics, remove hateful materials from the Quran and monitor Muslim Brotherhood membership with an iron fist. Most of Saudi clerics are Muslim Brotherhood members.
Apostasy or atheism is not an option. So, to remove hateful materials in the Quran should be sensible. After all, how many times has the Quran been abbreviated through the centuries? Clerics themselves cannot agree to many sections of the Quran claiming they are not authentic. Muslim clerics alter texts in the Quran and rewrite it, unlike in other religions where scholars can issue personal interpretations of religious texts while the original version stays intact. Therefore, how can even practicing Muslims trust their Quran? How would they even know who has altered it, and what kind of persons they were?
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Saudi Columnist: We Must Prevent Our Young People From Going To Wage Jihad In Syria

In his September 9, 2013 column in the Saudi government daily Al-Riyadh, columnist Muhammad Al-Rashidi focused on the phenomenon of sheikhs who mislead Saudi youths and persuade them to join the jihad in Syria against the Assad regime. Al-Rashidi criticized the lack of any official Saudi informational outreach aimed at explaining what is happening and preventing these young people from falling for these sheikhs’ deception – especially in light of the fact that the country has seen its young people going to wage jihad before, in Afghanistan and Iraq, and has already been burned by it.

The following are excerpts from the column:[1]

Muhammad Al-Rashidi (image: alriyadh.com)

“Recently, there have been many reports of the deaths of Saudi youths, some no older than 20, while participating [in fighting] Syrian regime troops. This record has been played over and over, from the days of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, through the American invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq, to today’s events in Syria.

“I am not [here to] talk about the circumstances of their deaths, or of [these young people’s] goals; I am wondering what we are doing to increase their awareness and to stop those who deceive them – those who sleep in the most lavish palaces and enjoy European vacations.

“Why have we failed to make clear what it is that these young people are doing – that is, committing suicide – even though there are hadiths that forbid it?

“This same scenario has recurred [in the past], but we have not learned our lesson – [even though] it was we who were harmed by this [mobilization of] volunteers for jihad in Afghanistan and Iraq, and now in Syria. Where is the informational television programming on this topic, when we see [our] youths in the prime of their lives [going to] fight wars that are forbidden by the [Saudi] ruler?

“This matter is important in a religious sense, and no one denies this [fact] except those who are benefiting from these young peoples’ deaths, or terrorist groups that exploit them [and direct them to act] against their homeland and its people. What a [great] price we have paid in this matter! And we suffer from it to this day.

“I am personally saddened by the families of these young victims who were led astray, who take pride in their sons’ martyrdom and speak of their heroism. But is it really [so] easy for them to sacrifice their sons for something that is prohibited by the clerics in their own country…?

“I know that this matter is very sensitive for [families] who have just lost their sons in Syria – but the language of reason prohibits it [i.e. going to wage jihad]. For many long years, the media have been pointing out the danger of our young people’s participation in such wars, warning mainly against certain ‘partisan’ sheikhs [alluding to the Muslim Brotherhood] who lead them astray and who, most regrettably, exploit the religion for [their own] personal interests…

“The media, and specifically the satellite channels, need to focus on [the issue of] our young people being lured [to participate] in regional wars, particularly in Syria. This because, unfortunately, we are witnessing the great silence [on this issue], [and] the exploitation of the death of sons, more and more of them recently; and the attempt to recruit many young people and to call on them, directly or indirectly, [to participate] in the war in Syria…

“The continuation of the luring of our young people, and of the use of religious rulings to push them, in the beginning of their lives, to join terrorist organizations that exploit them – while the goals of the organizations that are doing this are not clear[ly stated] – is a very sad affair. What is strange is that this scenario repeats itself over and over – and that many do not even know it.”

[1] Al-Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), September 9, 2013.

(Documentary) Indonesia’s Transsexual Muslims

How sad. Indonesia’s beautiful Buddhist religion has been completely swallowed and replaced with the ugly, satanic cult of Mohammed’s Islam by fanatical Muslims sweeping through the world and forcing Islam at the point of the sword upon conquered races. Today, Muslims make up 88 percent of the total population, along with minorities of Christians, Hindus, and Buddhists.

In Indonesia, you’ll find some element from Hinduism, Buddhism and Animism inside Islam. The more the Buddhist culture dies out the more ugly Islam will become in the region.