Islam Will Conquer Italy and the Entire West

Sep 9, 2010 Full story: www.worthynews.com 402,924

The Middle East Media Research Institute has released excerpts from a transcript of a televised sermon by Egyptian cleric Salem Abu Al-Futuh. Airing on Al-Nas TV on August 18, Al-Futuh's predicted that Islam would conquer the entire West, starting with Italy and ending with the Americas ...

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aiesha s

Sydney, Australia

#117787 Oct 4, 2012
chazmo wrote:
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Don't they hang their fruits monthly from mobile cranes?...
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/powerful-iran...
http://tinyurl.com/79cbd9t
At least the gays are lower than Jews...
Didn't U know they don't have any gays over there?!! Believe that and U'll believe anything...


The next video shows the real truth.
Truth Be Said

Halifax, Canada

#117788 Oct 4, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
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Well then the followers of Islam obviously do not rely on God but secular governments to give them money, to shelter them and on themselves to take what they want by robbing others. They must be the fake muslims that Chazmo often speaks about. It's just that there are so many false ones around I have yet to meet a real one
Go to the mosque around the corner
aiesha s

Sydney, Australia

#117789 Oct 4, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
Muhammad and his followers lived from stealing/robbing, extortion, slave taking, etc. from shortly after they arrived in Medina in 622 AD. All of it was justified by blaming others for being bad and naming it Jihad - which again justified anything they wanted or enjoyed to do, like stealing/robbing, raping, enslaving, extorting, killing, etc. And which also today justifies any atrocities no matter what price others have to pay or how much they destroys also innocent persons' lives.
There was and is no empathy, no sympathy, and no real moral in the Quran. As for moral: It seems that Muslims are so indoctrinated with that everything Muhammad said and did is the correct moral, that they are unable to see how horrible much of it is, and thus honestly believe such behaviours are the morally correct ones.
As said other places: In Islam there is no moral thinking or philosophy, only the question: What did (the morally depraved or may be degenerated man) Muhammad say or do in similar situations.
Then his system was basically a kleptocracy. And it goes on...
http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Kleptocracy
aiesha s

Sydney, Australia

#117790 Oct 4, 2012
chazmo wrote:
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Then she now believes her children will burn in hell or submit...
I do feel sorry 4 the poor little brats. Can't choose your parents.

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#117791 Oct 4, 2012
Truth Be Said wrote:
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Go to the mosque around the corner
Thank God we don't have any where I live, we keep stopping them from being built. Hehe
Truth Be Said

Halifax, Canada

#117792 Oct 4, 2012
chazmo wrote:
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Then she now believes her children will burn in hell or submit...
Nothing wrong with injun. Children of God . very humble

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#117793 Oct 4, 2012
Truth Be Said wrote:
Mitt Romney won the debate yesterday. Halelujah. praize the lord. I don't hate it one bit.
Romney with his ultra conservative backers, wow. Wow. The wheels are accelerating toward a sure outcome that has been destined from the beginning of creation.
Go Romney

Since: Jun 12

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#117794 Oct 4, 2012
Egypt Meltdown Update

Keep hold of that money America

Egypt’s economy appears to be running on fumes. Public health clinics are out of vaccines for infants, importers are running out of stockpiles of basic food items, and the government is $3 billion in the hole to oil suppliers in the midst of a paralyzing fuel shortage. And it doesn’t look like anyone is riding to the rescue of Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi. The latest news is that negotiations over an IMF loan have been “delayed,” yet again. That’s good news, because the U.S. would be on the hook for a big part of that loan. The Republicans in the House of Representatives have shown some spine in refusing White House requests for emergency cash for Egypt, and should be encouraged.
Truth Be Said

Halifax, Canada

#117795 Oct 4, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
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Thank God we don't have any where I live, we keep stopping them from being built. Hehe
Please provide your location. I will change that. I have some alms in exchange for a villa in heaven
Truth Be Said

Halifax, Canada

#117796 Oct 4, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
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Go Romney
Yeah. we seem to agree on that at least

Since: Jun 12

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#117797 Oct 4, 2012
Truth Be Said wrote:
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Please provide your location. I will change that. I have some alms in exchange for a villa in heaven
I'd rather provide this information to the posters

A Message from the Law and Freedom Foundation:

'Why Mosques Must Be Stopped and How to Stop Them'

In light of U.S. District Judge Todd J. Campbell’s decision that clears the way for the new Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, Tennessee to open today, in time for the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, the following video will point out how his ruling is so dangerous to Americans and should be a lesson to stop building more Mosques.

This is Gavin Boby, the lawyer behind the Law and Freedom Foundation, speaking in Brussels at the July 9, 2012 International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA) conference on the topic ‘Why Mosques Must be Stopped and How to Stop Them.’

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Truth Be Said

Halifax, Canada

#117798 Oct 4, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
Egypt Meltdown Update
Keep hold of that money America
Egypt’s economy appears to be running on fumes. Public health clinics are out of vaccines for infants, importers are running out of stockpiles of basic food items, and the government is $3 billion in the hole to oil suppliers in the midst of a paralyzing fuel shortage. And it doesn’t look like anyone is riding to the rescue of Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi. The latest news is that negotiations over an IMF loan have been “delayed,” yet again. That’s good news, because the U.S. would be on the hook for a big part of that loan. The Republicans in the House of Representatives have shown some spine in refusing White House requests for emergency cash for Egypt, and should be encouraged.
Thank God it isn't 3 trillions like some countries
Nevr Met Muslim on Welfar

Landing, NJ

#117799 Oct 4, 2012
Never met a Muslim on Welfare

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#117800 Oct 4, 2012
Truth Be Said wrote:
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Please provide your location. I will change that. I have some alms in exchange for a villa in heaven
What only a villa?

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#117801 Oct 4, 2012
Truth Be Said wrote:
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Thank God it isn't 3 trillions like some countries
People need to look to Australia to see how to manage an economy.LOL

Since: Jun 12

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#117802 Oct 4, 2012
At the present time Australia has the best economy in the world . It is because of the resources boom and vast sales of minerals to China and to a lesser extent India. Our Dollar has gone from worth 50 US cents in 2000 to $1.09 now. The dollar is up against all the world's currencies including the UK Pound, Euro, etc.
Truth Be Said

Halifax, Canada

#117803 Oct 4, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
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I'd rather provide this information to the posters
A Message from the Law and Freedom Foundation:
'Why Mosques Must Be Stopped and How to Stop Them'
In light of U.S. District Judge Todd J. Campbell’s decision that clears the way for the new Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, Tennessee to open today, in time for the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, the following video will point out how his ruling is so dangerous to Americans and should be a lesson to stop building more Mosques.
This is Gavin Boby, the lawyer behind the Law and Freedom Foundation, speaking in Brussels at the July 9, 2012 International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA) conference on the topic ‘Why Mosques Must be Stopped and How to Stop Them.’
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =JJ_NxAcucVcXX&feature=you tube_gdata_player
When God wants a house of worship in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, God gets a house of worship. Did it occur to you who made the judge approve the moseque?

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#117804 Oct 4, 2012
Truth Be Said you'll need a much larger home if you are going to accomodate 72 virgins We have the largest homes by comparison in Australia


smh.com .au

Home truths: Australia trumps US when it comes to McMansions

Date
November 30, 2009

The average size of new homes around the world in square metres.

The average size of new homes around the world in square metres.

AUSTRALIANS are piling on sitting rooms, family rooms, studies and extra bedrooms at the fastest rate in the world, with the size of our homes overtaking those in the US as the world's biggest.

The typical size of a new Australian home hit 215 square metres in the past financial year, up 10 per cent in a decade, according to Bureau of Statistics data compiled for Commonwealth Securities.

US figures show the size of new American homes shrinking from 212 square metres before the financial crisis to 202 square metres in September.

New homes in other parts of the world are far smaller, with Denmark the biggest in Europe at 137 square metres and Britain the smallest at 76 square metres.
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The figures lend weight to a claim by the deputy governor of the Reserve Bank, Ric Battellino, this month that Australian house prices are high in part because Australian houses are better.

The Reserve is due to meet tomorrow to decide whether to increase interest rates. Almost half of the $250 billion spent on housing each year was on alterations and additions, with one in every seven new houses ''simply replacing existing houses that have been demolished''.

Mr Battellino said Australians had so many holiday houses that the latest census found 8 per cent more dwellings than households.

Sydney houses are by far the nation's biggest with new free-standing houses typically spanning 263 square metres - providing more than 100 square metres of indoor space per person.

But the high proportion of townhouses and apartments in Sydney pushes the average dwelling size down to 205 square metres, just below the Australian average and about the same as in the US.

''Another way of looking at it is the number of bedrooms,'' said a Commonwealth Securities economist, Craig James.''Around 20 years ago only one in every six homes had four or more bedrooms. By 2006 it was one in every 3.5 homes.

''While the fast pace of population growth points to the need for more and more homes, we are living in the biggest homes in the world. The simple fact is they could be better utilised.''

Mr James is encouraged by a slight increase in the number of Australians living in each home. The average household size has crept up from 2.52 to 2.56 people in 2007-08.

''It may not seem remarkable but it appears to be the first increase in at least a century, and perhaps the first since European settlement.

''It makes sense. Population is rising, as is the cost of housing and the cost of moving house, so we are making greater use of what we've got. Children are staying at home longer and more people are opting for shared accommodation. The key question is whether it's permanent or temporary. If sustained, it will save us building 166,000 homes.''

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/national/home-truths-au...

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#117805 Oct 4, 2012
Truth Be Said wrote:
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When God wants a house of worship in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, God gets a house of worship. Did it occur to you who made the judge approve the moseque?
God didn't want it He doesn't support heretics who worship towards Mecca try and find another reason. The judge was most probably paid off and the fix was in from the start

“kill 'em with kindness......”

Since: Apr 11

Ontario

#117806 Oct 4, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
At the present time Australia has the best economy in the world . It is because of the resources boom and vast sales of minerals to China and to a lesser extent India. Our Dollar has gone from worth 50 US cents in 2000 to $1.09 now. The dollar is up against all the world's currencies including the UK Pound, Euro, etc.
1 Canadian dollar = 0.9956 Australian dollars

1 US dollar = 0.9765 Australian dollars

from Google -- easy to find and correct.

The Austrlian dollar is not caught up to the U.S. OR Canadian dollar.

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