Thursday, November 30, 2006


Us liberals must look so utterly dhimmified to the Islamic world. We are a joke to them. Ripe for the picking. Trust me on this. They would NEVER consider being so weak as to bend the even a little for anyone. No non-Muslim could ever gain ground in their world. It will never, would never, could never happen. But the West... there's no one we won't dhimmi down for.
Let's hope that changes - AND FAST.
A non-Muslim in most any Muslim nation (France notwithstanding) can't even own a Bible, let alone swear on one if they gain a political position... not that they ever could. And good luck escaping Sharia law now.
This is not good. Not good at all.
More Muslims Gaining Political Ground
Although Md. Delegate-Elect Doesn't Trumpet Faith, His Win Signals New Surge
By Michelle Boorstein, Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, November 30, 2006
Since Gaithersburg software engineer Saqib Ali was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates this month, he has been flooded with calls and e-mails from across the country asking:
How'd you do it?
The calls come from American Muslims like Ali, who, longtime political watchers and Muslim activists in the area say, is the first Muslim elected to a statewide -- or districtwide -- office in Maryland, Virginia or the District.
Although the 31-year-old made little of his faith during the campaign -- in fact, he bucked those who said he should put it on his campaign literature -- he is part of a concerted march of Muslims into civic and political life. His campaign was part of a push that began after Sept. 11, 2001, with worries about civil liberties and immigration policy and has blossomed this year.
Minnesota Democrat Keith Ellison became the first Muslim to be elected to Congress. In the D.C. area, eight Muslims ran for office in Maryland this year, significantly more than in previous years, although only Ali won. And initial polling data and anecdotal evidence suggest that significantly more Muslims in Virginia registered and voted this month than in previous elections.
meanwhile... up there in Dhimmesota...
;) to AnonYmouse who likens the following story to a "cultural suicide pact"... and I concur.
Meanwhile, over the pond... a foreboding shadow emerges, grows evermore dark... and it takes root...
Sharia law is spreading as authority wanes
By Joshua Rozenberg, Legal Editor
Last Updated: 1:59am GMT 30/11/2006
Islamic sharia law is gaining an increasing foothold in parts of Britain, a report claims.
Sharia, derived from several sources including the Koran, is applied to varying degrees in predominantly Muslim countries but it has no binding status in Britain.
The Koran is one of the sources that Sharia derives from.
However, the BBC Radio 4 programme Law in Action produced evidence yesterday that it was being used by some Muslims as an alternative to English criminal law. Aydarus Yusuf, 29, a youth worker from Somalia, recalled a stabbing case that was decided by an unofficial Somali "court" sitting in Woolwich, south-east London.
Mr Yusuf said a group of Somali youths were arrested on suspicion of stabbing another Somali teenager. The victim's family told the police it would be settled out of court and the suspects were released on bail.


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