VIOLENT ISLAM MUST BE CONFRONTED BY WHOLE WORLD LIKE THE NAZIS IN WORLD WAR 2

Date: 15/01/2016

FOR WIDEST UNIVERSAL PUBLICITY.

ISLAM HAS TO BE CONFRONTED BY THE WHOLE WORLD JUST AS NAZIS WERE CONFRONTED DURING WORLD WAR 2.
THE ALTERNATIVE IS TO SEE THE WORLD BLEEDING & BURNING ON DAILY BASIS TILL THE FIRES COME TO US EVENTUALLY.

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15 Jan 16

Subj: RE: FULFILLING THE PHILOSOPHY OF M

I wonder why people do not realize the fact that this has been happening almost all part of India, more so in Uattar Pradesh, Delhi and Kashmir. Hundreds of girls, married and unmarried woman from all walks of life, have been begging to government to STOP such atrocities in India everyday. Has this stopped under current government led by PM-Modi?

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FULFILLING THE PHILOSOPHY OF MOHAMMED =ISLAM IS A PEACEFUL RELIGION
I AM HERE TO FULFILL THE PRACTICES OF MOHAMMED THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH;
72 VIRGINS AWAITING ME; MOHAMMED HAD 7 WIVES PLUS CONCUBINES

Reality of other religions when Muslim population increases a certain level.

EUROPE YOUR MULTICULTURALISM POLICIES IS NOW REAPING FRUITS OF ISLAMISATION : YES WE NEED YOUR WOMEN

Islam is Responsible for More U.S. Murders than 'Right-Wing' Extremism

Originally published under the title "Islamist Violence Is Responsible

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ISIS issues fatwa outlining who can have sex with female slaves: All Muslim women must succumbed to Me
by Johanna Markind

Islamism Responsible for More U.S. Murders than 'Right-Wing' Extremism

Originally published under the title "Islamist Violence Is Responsible for More Murders in the U.S. than 'Right Wing Extremism'."

Every murder is a tragedy, for the victims, their families, and their friends, and that remains true no matter who killed them or why.

That being said, the current administration has persistently worked to focus attention away from Islamist violence and toward right-wing violence and gun control. President Obama's announced executive action plan regarding firearms is the latest salvo in the effort, which has been picked up by media and think tanks friendly to the administration.

After the Charleston church attack, the president quoted Martin Luther King, saying we must be concerned with "the philosophy that produced the murderers." After the Colorado Planned Parenthood attack, Obama warned not to "demonize" the victim organization. After the Boston marathon bombing, he warned people against rushing to judgment "about the motivations of these individuals" (in other words, not to demonize the perpetrators) or "entire groups of people." His administration labeled the 2009 Fort Hood attack "workplace violence." With few exceptions, the president attributes ideological motives to non-Islamist mass casualty attacks, and non-ideological motives to Islamist attacks.

Obama has focused attention away from Islamist violence and toward right-wing violence and gun control.

Last June, the New America Foundation (NAF) � whose president, Anne-Marie Slaughter, formerly held a policy position in the administration � released a study purportedly showing "right-wing" extremism had killed more Americans than "jihadist attacks" i.e., Islamist violence, since 9/11. The study, and media coverage of it, implied popular concern about Islamist violence was overblown, because "the main terrorist threat in the United States is not from violent Muslim extremists, but from right-wing extremists."

The study misleadingly implied that the threat of Muslim violence is less severe than other threats. Preliminarily, the list ignores other types of terrorism.

The list of "right wing" murders mixes several different ideologies, including various types of racism, such as white supremacist, neo-Nazi, anti-black, and anti-Semitic (30), plus anti-government (15), anti-abortion (4), and anti-homosexual (2) beliefs. Three murders had both racist and anti-government motivations; the above numbers double-count them.

By contrast, the list of "jihadist" murders reflects a single ideology, that of radical Islam or Islamism. It may be incomplete. For example, on February 5, 2013, Yusuf Ibrahim beheaded two Copts in New Jersey. In October 2002, Beltway snipers John Allen Muhammad and Lee Malvo killed ten people. There are indications these murders were motivated by Islamism.

Even excluding the twelve Ibrahim and Muhammad-Malvo killings, at least 45 murders since 9/11 were motivated by Islamism, making it the ideology responsible for more deaths than any other in the US.
Furthermore, if we take as expansive a view of Muslim violence as NAF took of "right-wing" violence, we should include victims of the barbaric practice of "honor killings" � killing someone, usually a woman, who allegedly brought shame on her family. Some have Islamist overtones. For example, in July 2002, Alim Hassan killed his wife, mother-in-law, and sister-in-law, reportedly because the wife refused to convert from Hinduism to Islam. Since 9/11, there have been at least twelve honor killings in the US. A May 2015 report funded by and submitted to the US Department of Justice (DOJ) estimated that there are 23-27 honor killings in the US each year.

The NAF study implies that law enforcement should devote more resources to right-wing extremism than Islamism.

Adding known honor-killing victims to NAF's list, Muslim violence has accounted for at least 57 deaths since 9/11. Of course, if we add in the 2,977 fatalities from 9/11, that number would be 3,034.

The NAF study and related coverage implied law enforcement should devote more resources to "right-wing" extremism than Islamist violence. That seems consistent with administration policy. For instance, recent DOJ grants to study domestic radicalization required recipients to study several types of extremism, given that the "majority of studies... focused on al-Qaida and other Islamic-inspired violent extremists at the detriment to... other violent extremist ideologies."
It is probably true that more government resources could be devoted to preventing "right-wing attacks," and the public should be mindful of the dangers. It is certainly true that preventing Islamist attacks deserves the lion's share of government resources.

That is apparent from NAF's own data. Its list of "Terror Plots" since 9/11 notes over 150 Islamist plots. It lists but a single "right-wing" plot; presumably the list is incomplete, if only because NAF's list of "right-wing" fatalities identified several other incidents. The Southern Poverty Law Center identifies 56 incidents of "right-wing" terrorism between April 1, 2009 and February 1, 2015. Approximately 92 of the Islamist incidents identified by NAF occurred during the same time period. Fortunately, most were foiled, or the casualties would be much higher. NAF also identifies 499 total "extremists," of whom 182 are "nonjihadist" and 317 � or 75% more � are Islamist.

It's also worth noting that the US Muslim population is roughly 1/100 that of its white population (which perpetrated most "right-wing" violence). Per capita, the incidence of ideological violence within the Muslim community is much greater.

Recognizing a problem is critical to solving it, and prioritizing correctly is critical to triaging effectively. Gun violence, and the ideologies lumped together as "right-wing," are serious concerns, but they are not the most dangerous ideology confronting America today. Islamist violence is. To echo Dr. King, at some point, we must be concerned with the philosophy that produces Islamist murderers

Islamic State claims Jakarta attack that left 7,

including 5 attackers, dead

Jakarta : Suicide bombers and gunmen attacked the heart of Indonesia�s capital on Thursday and the assault was claimed by Islamic state, the first time the radical group has targeted the world�s most populous Muslim nation.

Just seven people were killed in Jakarta despite multiple blasts and a gunfight, and five of them were the attackers themselves, but the brazenness of the assault suggested a new brand of militancy in a country where low-level strikes on police are common.

It took security forces about three hours to end the attack near a Starbucks cafe and Sarinah, Jakarta�s oldest department store, after a team of militants traded gunfire with police and blew themselves up.

An Indonesian and a Canadian were killed in the attack. Twenty people, including an Algerian, an Austrian, a German and a Dutch national, were wounded.

�A group of soldiers of the caliphate in Indonesia targeted a gathering from the crusader alliance that fights the Islamic State in Jakarta,� the group said in a statement. It added that 15 people were killed.

Jakarta�s police chief told reporters: �ISIS is behind this attack definitely,� using a common acronym for Islamic State, and he identified an Indonesian militant, Bahrun Naim, as the man responsible for plotting it.

Police believe Naim is in the Syrian city of Raqqa.

The drama played out on the streets and on television screens, with at least six explosions and a gunfight in a movie theatre. But the low death toll pointed to the involvement of local militants whose weapons were rudimentary, experts said.

In a sign of public unease, a bang caused by a tyre bursting triggered a bomb scare that sent police cars rushing back to the scene hours after the attack. �The president has said the nation and the people should not be scared and should not be defeated by acts of terror,� said palace spokesman Ari Dwipayana.

�The Starbucks cafe windows are blown out. I see three dead people on the road. There has been a lull in the shooting but someone is on the roof of the building and police are aiming their guns at him,� Reuters photographer Darren Whiteside said as the attack unfolded.
Police responded in force within minutes. Black armoured cars screeched to a halt in front of the Starbucks cafe and sniper teams were deployed around the neighbourhood as helicopters buzzed overhead.

Jakarta police chief Tito Karnavian said one man entered the Starbucks cafe and blew himself up, wounding several inside.

As people poured out of the cafe, two waiting gunmen opened fire on them. At the same time, two militants attacked a police traffic post nearby, using what he described as hand grenade-like bombs.
After the militants had been overcome, a body still lay on the street, a shoe nearby among the debris. The city centre�s notoriously jammed roads were largely deserted.
Indonesia has seen attacks by Islamist militants before, but a coordinated assault by a team of suicide bombers and gunmen is unprecedented and had echoes of the sieges seen in Mumbai seven years ago and in Paris last November.

The last major militant attacks in Jakarta were in July 2009, with bombs at the JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton hotels.

But the country had been on edge for weeks over the threat posed by Islamist militants.
Counter-terrorism police had rounded up about 20 people with suspected links to Islamic State, whose battle lines in Syria and Iraq have included nationals from several Asian countries.513

TOTAL SHARESISIS issues fatwa outlining who can have sex with female slaves

New Delhi: Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has issued a ruling detailing when the owners of women, enslaved by the terrorists, can have sex with them.

Cole Bunzel, a leading ISIS expert at Princeton University, said the ruling or fatwa has a force of law and goes beyond the extremist group�s earlier known utterances on slavery, News.com.au reported.

It sheds new light on how the group is trying to reinterpret centuries old teachings to justify the rape of women in parts of Syria and Iraq that ISIS controls.

The fatwa was among a huge trove of documents captured by the US Special Operations Forces during a raid targeting a top ISIS official in Syria earlier in May.

This is what ISIS fatwa handbook says:

�It is not permissable for the owner of a female captive to have intercourse with her until after she has her menstrual cycle and becomes clean.�

�If she is pregnant, he is not allowed to have intercourse with her until after she has given birth.�

�It is not permissable to cause her to abort if she is pregnant.�
�If the owner of a female captive releases her, only he can have intercourse with her and he cannot allow someone else to have intercourse with her.�
�If the owner of a female captive, who has a daughter suitable for intercourse, has sexual relations with the latter, he is not permitted to have intercourse with the mother and she is permanently off-limits to him.�
�The owner of two sisters is not allowed to have intercourse with both of them.�
�If the female captive becomes pregnant by her owner, he cannot sell her and she is released after his death.�
�If two or more individuals are involved in purchasing a female captive, none of them are permitted to have intercourse with her because she is part of a joint ownership.�

The pamphlet, published by the IS �Research and Fatwa Department�, insisted it was acceptable to have sexual intercourse with non-Muslim slaves, including young girls, and said militants were also permitted to beat and trade them.

�There is no dispute among the scholars that it is permissible to capture unbelieving women,� the pamphlet said.
�It is permissible to buy, sell or give as a gift female captives and slaves, for they are merely property.
�It is permissible to have intercourse with a female slave who hasn�t reached puberty if she is fit for intercourse.�

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