Friday, April 15, 2011

Shariamerica…

…Better learn to say “Salaam Aleikum!”


Hat tip: Ann Barnhardt.

16 comments:

Zenster said...

An excellent and well-reasoned justification for flushing all incumbent politicians out of office in favor of any candidates who will stand up against further shari'a creep in America and abroad.

madeleine7 said...

Folks , it is time to stand up and start taking our country back. Stand up for good and fight Evil ( Shariah Law and giving in to Islam). Impeach the illegal usurper in the White House , and , get rid of all this treason-ridden government.

philip.zhao said...

Anyone want to try to burn the Mao's little Red Book? I'm pretty sure the Chinese people will not react by killing people, but Chairman Hu Jin-tao will surely hold Obama ACCOUNTABLE , perhaps even find ways to remove him from office.

Blogger said...

He makes some great points.

Though, one thing I'd like to add about "book burning" is that one can't compare it to the days of the Nazis and all the other examples through history, because we live today in an era of post-gutenburg mass production, where a book costs around $5. Burning books used to be about stopping free speech, but today it seems it is about ADVERTISING free speech. I think we need to have a fresh look at book burning, and its context, rather than the reactionary view based on past examples. Just today I threw out 7 books because not even the second-hand bookshop wanted them; they already have too many!

philip.zhao said...

Check out this: Assamu-alaikum, more fitting !

LAW Wells said...

He should have used Libera Me from Hell.

Row, row, fight the power!

Lawrence said...

Well, lets see, we have Marxist appeasers running the Democratic party and Populist appeasers running the Republican party...

We kick 'em all out, and we leave a vacuum.

Who's waiting in the wings to fill in the vacuum?

I don't think we know, and that scares me just a little bit.

If we're not careful we'll end up with something much much worse than we have now.

What our political establishment needs is a Federalist reformation, rather than a brash evacuation.

Tacitus said...

"..long tradition of tolerence, if you payed up" Yes, there was in use, a tax,fee or bribe taken from those who wasn´t muslims. There was/is a pershian or arabic word for it. I just don´t rememner wich.
Keep up the good work, friends.

Greetings from south of invaded Sweden

Dan said...
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Anonymous said...

From Wikipedia, below is the PC MC definition of jizya. You can rest assured that Islam considered the people who paid the jizya to be SLAVES who had to defer to Muslims under ALL conditions - whether in a court case, a daughter's rape, or a walk on the street to avoid crossing paths with a Muslim on the sidewalk.

Anonymous said...

"Under Islamic law, jizya or jizyah (Arabic: جزية‎ ǧizyah IPA: [dʒizja]; Ottoman Turkish: cizye; both derived from Pahlavi and possibly from Aramaic gaziyat [1]) is a per capita tax levied on a section of an Islamic state's non-Muslim citizens, who meet certain criteria. The tax is/was to be levied on able bodied adult males of military age and affording power,[2] (but with specific exemptions,[3][4] From the point of view of the Muslim rulers, jizya was a material proof of the non-Muslims' acceptance of subjection to the state and its laws, "just as for the inhabitants it was a concrete continuation of the taxes paid to earlier regimes."[5]

Anonymous said...

In return, non-Muslim citizens were permitted to practice their faith, to enjoy a measure of communal autonomy, to be entitled to Muslim state's protection from outside aggression, to be exempted from military service and the zakat taxes obligatory upon Muslim citizens.[6][7][8]"

Anonymous said...

"It is also worth mentioning here that the word Jizya is derived from the root word that refers to “part”, hence taken from a part of the wealth of the non-Muslim citizens. In fact, the use of the word jizya was not even necessary. Al-Tabari wrote that some members of the Christian community asked the companion “Umar bin al-Khatab if they could refer to the jizya as sadaqah which literally means charity”, which he approved of.[9]"

Anonymous said...

"Ibn Rushd explains that jizya is in fact a broader concept than just a head-tax. It also includes monies exacted in times of war – what is normally understood in English by the word ‘tribute’ – as well as levies (‘ushr) on non-muslim merchants who are trading in the Dar al-Harb.[15]"

Tacitus said...

Wonderfull
Manny THANK YOU to
Egghead from me.

Take care

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Tacitus! Good luck in invaded Sweden from invaded America! :)