Islam Will Conquer Italy and the Enti...

Islam Will Conquer Italy and the Entire West

There are 520968 comments on the www.worthynews.com story from Sep 9, 2010, titled Islam Will Conquer Italy and the Entire West. In it, www.worthynews.com reports that:

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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Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#134324 Dec 2, 2012
ProVerita wrote:
<quoted text>
You are Jehovah witness who rob people of their wealth and force them to commit suicide by harrassing tem if they want to leave. I know of many celebrities who came out speaking againest the witneses. I will post the famous songestress interview
Another muslim who lies and yet has no proof. Most people on this thread excluding you and Khaled would know I am not a JW, but feel free to continue with your lies. It appears to be the only way you can try and retaliate against the truth that I post here daily. Your silly lies almost makes me feel sorry for you-almost!

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#134325 Dec 2, 2012
Egypt's top court on strike
Haitham El-Tabei
AAP
December 03, 2012 5:25AM
Even the judiciary don't support Morsi, that speaks volumes. Just more intimidation and force being used by Islamist to try and rush through their Islamist agenda
EGYPT'S top court began an open-ended strike on Sunday in what it called a "black day" for the judiciary after supporters of President Mohamed Morsi blocked the courthouse ahead of a key ruling, amid a tense standoff between the president and the judges.
The Supreme Constitutional Court said it would "suspend work for an indefinite period... and until there is no more psychological and material pressure."
Hundreds of pro-Morsi demonstrators blocked off a main road that runs along the Nile to the courthouse and surrounded entrances to its precincts.
The court was due to rule on the legality of an Islamist-dominated panel that drew up a controversial draft constitution.
The new charter, which has become the focal point of Egypt's biggest political crisis since Morsi was elected in June, is to be put to a referendum set for December 15.
"The will of the people is stronger than the will of a few judges," said demonstrator Ismail Ahmed, 39, alluding to the accusations of Morsi supporters that the judiciary remains dominated by holdouts from the era of Hosni Mubarak, the veteran strongman ousted early last year.
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Morsi sets referendum date The Australian, 1 hour ago
Islamist protesters force Egypt court halt The Daily Telegraph, 1 hour ago
Islamists rally for Morsi as Egypt divided The Daily Telegraph, 1 hour ago
Mass Cairo protests after charter adopted The Daily Telegraph, 1 day ago
The judges responded by calling an "administrative delay" to Sunday's session, prompting the protesters to head home from the courthouse, an AFP correspondent reported.
An interior ministry official denied it was impossible for judges to enter the courthouse, saying some judiciary officials had in fact got in thanks to security forces guarding the entrances.
A ruling by the court on Sunday would have defied Morsi's presidential decree that barred any judicial body from dissolving the constituent assembly, which adopted the draft charter in the face of a boycott by liberals and Christians.
The November 22 decree sparked popular unrest, with the constitution, which had been due for more deliberation, being rushed through days later amid the commotion.
Opposition groups said they would rally on Tuesday outside the presidential palace to protest against the referendum, the constitution and Morsi's new powers, in a march dubbed "the final warning".
The controversial charter -- which has been criticised for paving the way to a strict interpretation of Islamic law and failing to secure key rights -- prompted rival rallies by Morsi opponents and supporters.
Hundreds of thousands of Islamist protesters gathered on Saturday in support of Morsi, his sweeping powers and the draft constitution, a day after crowds thronged to Cairo's Tahrir Square to denounce his "dictatorial" decree.
"One nation, two peoples," read the front page of Sunday's edition of the Al-Shuruq newspaper, while Al-Masri al-Youm ran with "Egypt at the mouth of a volcano."
The Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters have branded the anti-Islamist opposition enemies of the 2011 revolution, and Sunday's protesters chanted against secular and liberal opposition leaders.
The National Rescue Front -- a coalition of opponents led by Mohamed ElBaradei, the former UN nuclear watchdog chief; ex-Arab League chief Amr Mussa; and former presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabbahi -- has called on opponents of the decree to keep up the momentum of the protest movement.
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have raised concerns about the draft charter.
On Thursday, Morsi stressed his new powers would expire as soon as the constitution has been ratified, a point Islamists have made in his favour.
chazmo

Cibolo, TX

#134326 Dec 2, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
<quoted text>
It appears to be the case that everyone who disagrees with you or the tenets of Islam are xenophobic. LOL
You're not really xenophobic if muslims really are trying to murder you...

And it has already been admitted here by other muslims...

That they are...

altho excuses are made that these islamists are not behaving in a muslim manner...

You and I and other say it is the teachings of islam...

TG and kkklmaBush claim it is muslims that are evil...

Either way...

xenophobia is made moot...

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#134327 Dec 2, 2012
Egypt's top court on strike

Haitham El-Tabei
AAP
December 03, 2012 5:25AM

EGYPT'S top court began an open-ended strike on Sunday in what it called a "black day" for the judiciary after supporters of President Mohamed Morsi blocked the courthouse ahead of a key ruling, amid a tense standoff between the president and the judges.

The Supreme Constitutional Court said it would "suspend work for an indefinite period... and until there is no more psychological and material pressure."

Hundreds of pro-Morsi demonstrators blocked off a main road that runs along the Nile to the courthouse and surrounded entrances to its precincts.

The court was due to rule on the legality of an Islamist-dominated panel that drew up a controversial draft constitution.

The new charter, which has become the focal point of Egypt's biggest political crisis since Morsi was elected in June, is to be put to a referendum set for December 15.

"The will of the people is stronger than the will of a few judges," said demonstrator Ismail Ahmed, 39, alluding to the accusations of Morsi supporters that the judiciary remains dominated by holdouts from the era of Hosni Mubarak, the veteran strongman ousted early last year.
Related Coverage

Top judges strike after rally The Daily Telegraph, 1 hour ago
Morsi sets referendum date The Australian, 1 hour ago
Islamist protesters force Egypt court halt The Daily Telegraph, 1 hour ago
Islamists rally for Morsi as Egypt divided The Daily Telegraph, 1 hour ago
Mass Cairo protests after charter adopted The Daily Telegraph, 1 day ago

The judges responded by calling an "administrative delay" to Sunday's session, prompting the protesters to head home from the courthouse, an AFP correspondent reported.

An interior ministry official denied it was impossible for judges to enter the courthouse, saying some judiciary officials had in fact got in thanks to security forces guarding the entrances.

A ruling by the court on Sunday would have defied Morsi's presidential decree that barred any judicial body from dissolving the constituent assembly, which adopted the draft charter in the face of a boycott by liberals and Christians.

The November 22 decree sparked popular unrest, with the constitution, which had been due for more deliberation, being rushed through days later amid the commotion.

Opposition groups said they would rally on Tuesday outside the presidential palace to protest against the referendum, the constitution and Morsi's new powers, in a march dubbed "the final warning".

The controversial charter -- which has been criticised for paving the way to a strict interpretation of Islamic law and failing to secure key rights -- prompted rival rallies by Morsi opponents and supporters.

Hundreds of thousands of Islamist protesters gathered on Saturday in support of Morsi, his sweeping powers and the draft constitution, a day after crowds thronged to Cairo's Tahrir Square to denounce his "dictatorial" decree.

"One nation, two peoples," read the front page of Sunday's edition of the Al-Shuruq newspaper, while Al-Masri al-Youm ran with "Egypt at the mouth of a volcano."

The Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters have branded the anti-Islamist opposition enemies of the 2011 revolution, and Sunday's protesters chanted against secular and liberal opposition leaders.

The National Rescue Front -- a coalition of opponents led by Mohamed ElBaradei, the former UN nuclear watchdog chief; ex-Arab League chief Amr Mussa; and former presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabbahi -- has called on opponents of the decree to keep up the momentum of the protest movement.

Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have raised concerns about the draft charter.

On Thursday, Morsi stressed his new powers would expire as soon as the constitution has been ratified, a point Islamists have made in his favour.
chazmo

Cibolo, TX

#134328 Dec 2, 2012
Khaled wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't worry about her... she was raised a Jehovah witness... she hates Christian too...lol
You think so?...

When has a catholic been a JW?...

Is a JW equal to a Unitarian in your world?...

I guess that makes sunnii and shiiaa exactly the same...

Happy Belated Ashura...

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#134329 Dec 2, 2012
France: Muslim mother faces trial for sending her son named Jihad to school with jumper saying "I am a bomb; Born on September 11"

More glories of multiculturalism in France. We're always told that the Vast Majority of Muslims abhor and reject what happened on 9/11. Yet we never saw any Muslim demonstrations against it, and there is a steady stream of stories like this one, showing Muslims support for it. Yet the dogmas about Islam being peaceful and Muslims rejecting jihad terrorism remain unshakeable. "Mum set for trial after sending son named ‘jihad’ to nursery with ‘bomb’ jumper," from The Sun, December 1:

A MUM who sent her three-year-old son named "Jihad" to nursery school wearing a top bearing the words "I am a bomb" is to go on trial in France.

Beneath the boy’s name on the back of the jumper were the words "Born on the 11 September" - the date of the 9/11 terror attacks on New York’s twin towers.

The muslim mum was reported to police by the boy’s outraged teacher and has now been charged with supporting a terrorist act.

Thierry Lagneau, the mayor of the southern French town of Sorgues, said:“We fully support charges being brought against this woman for provoking hatred and terrorism in one of our schools.

“This was an utterly irrespoinsible [sic] act by the boy’s mother, who used their son to promote a violent political belief of her own.”

The divorced mother said the jumper was a gift to her from the boy’s uncle and has insisted the message on the top was not meant to be provocative....
chazmo

Cibolo, TX

#134330 Dec 2, 2012
Khaled wrote:
<quoted text>
The little hasbarat [email protected] ... still believe living in a trailer trash neighborhood at the northern edge of the US,,, is the American dream...lol
Your envy knows no bounds...

Since you can never ever be a real American...

We are all apes and pigs...

That have little patience for your ideology of pieces...
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#134331 Dec 2, 2012
King_of_Arabiya 2 wrote:
<quoted text>
Muslim are more american than any real americans. Yes I totally agree with you that the real american are unpatriotic they should be round up concentration camps
Blow it out yer azz, Hajji. You don't know dck about America. You are the enemy.
ProVerita

Bedford, Canada

#134332 Dec 2, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
Egypt's top court on strike
Haitham El-Tabei
AAP
December 03, 2012 5:25AM
EG
Hundreds of pro-Morsi demonstrators blocked off a main road that runs along the Nile to the courthouse and surrounded entrances to its precincts.
The court was due to rule on the legality of an Islamist-dominated panel that drew up a controversial draft constitution.
The new charter, which has become the focal point of Egypt's biggest political crisis since Morsi was elected in June, is to be put to a referendum set for December 15.
"The will of the people is stronger than the will of a few judges," said demonstrator Ismail Ahmed, 39, alluding to the accusations of Morsi supporters that the judiciary remains dominated by holdouts from the era of Hosni Mubarak, the veteran strongman ousted early last year.
Related Coverage
Top judges strike after rally The Daily Telegraph, 1 hour ago
Morsi sets referendum date The Australian, 1 hour ago
Islamist protesters force Egypt court halt The Daily Telegraph, 1 hour ago
Islamists rally for Morsi as Egypt divided The Daily Telegraph, 1 hour ago
Mass Cairo protests after charter adopted The Daily Telegraph, 1 day ago
The judges responded by calling an "administrative delay" to Sunday's session, prompting the protesters to head home from the courthouse, an AFP correspondent reported.
An interior ministry official denied it was impossible for judges to enter the courthouse, saying some judiciary officials had in fact got in thanks to security forces guarding the entrances.
A ruling by the court on Sunday would have defied Morsi's presidential decree that barred any judicial body from dissolving the constituent assembly, which adopted the draft charter in the face of a boycott by liberals and Christians.
The November 22 decree sparked popular unrest, with the constitution, which had been due for more deliberation, being rushed through days later amid the commotion.
Opposition groups said they would rally on Tuesday outside the presidential palace to protest against the referendum, the constitution and Morsi's new powers, in a march dubbed "the final warning".
The controversial charter -- which has been criticised for paving the way to a strict interpretation of Islamic law and failing to secure key rights -- prompted rival rallies by Morsi opponents and supporters.
Hundreds of thousands of Islamist protesters gathered on Saturday in support of Morsi, his sweeping powers and the draft constitution, a day after crowds thronged to Cairo's Tahrir Square to denounce his "dictatorial" decree.
"One nation, two peoples," read the front page of Sunday's edition of the Al-Shuruq newspaper, while Al-Masri al-Youm ran with "Egypt at the mouth of a volcano."
The Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters have branded the anti-Islamist opposition enemies of the 2011 revolution, and Sunday's protesters chanted against secular and liberal opposition leaders.
The National Rescue Front -- a coalition of opponents led by Mohamed ElBaradei, the former UN nuclear watchdog chief; ex-Arab League chief Amr Mussa; and former presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabbahi -- has called on opponents of the decree to keep up the momentum of the protest movement.
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have raised concerns about the draft charter.
On Thursday, Morsi stressed his new powers would expire as soon as the constitution has been ratified, a point Islamists have made in his favour.
http://www.google.ca/url...
ProVerita

Bedford, Canada

#134333 Dec 2, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
France: Muslim mother faces trial for sending her son named Jihad to school with jumper saying "I am a bomb; Born on September 11"
More glories of multiculturalism in France. We're always told that the Vast Majority of Muslims abhor and reject what happened on 9/11. Yet we never saw any Muslim demonstrations against it, and there is a steady stream of stories like this one, showing Muslims support for it. Yet the dogmas about Islam being peaceful and Muslims rejecting jihad terrorism remain unshakeable. "Mum set for trial after sending son named ‘jihad’ to nursery with ‘bomb’ jumper," from The Sun, December 1:
A MUM who sent her three-year-old son named "Jihad" to nursery school wearing a top bearing the words "I am a bomb" is to go on trial in France.
Beneath the boy’s name on the back of the jumper were the words "Born on the 11 September" - the date of the 9/11 terror attacks on New York’s twin towers.
a violent political belief of her own.”
The divorced mother said the jumper was a gift to her from the boy’s uncle and has insisted the message on the top was not meant to be provocative....
http://www.google.ca/url...
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#134334 Dec 2, 2012
ProVerita wrote:
<quoted text>
You are Jehovah witness who rob people of their wealth and force them to commit suicide by harrassing tem if they want to leave. I know of many celebrities who came out speaking againest the witneses. I will post the famous songestress interview
You are thinking of Scientologists, azz-monkey. The Jehovahs are the ones that ring your doorbell at 8 am on a Saturday when you are hungover and try to give you magazines. I generally just turn on the sprinklers and go back to bed.

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#134335 Dec 2, 2012
Suicide bomber, aide killed in premature detonation of bomb-vest in Pak
Peshawar, Sun, 02 Dec 2012 ANI

One of the hazards of being a suicide bomber I suppose is that the bomb goes off before you reach your destination. Wonder if he still gets to go to paradise?


Peshawar, Dec. 2 (ANI): A suicide bomber and his helper were killed when his suicide vest went off prematurely in near Yaktot in Pakistan late on Saturday night.

"The bomber was riding a bike and perhaps his jacket went off accidently which left him dead on the spot and also destroyed the motorbike," The Express Tribune quoted sub-inspector Sartaj Khan of the Wazir Bagh police post, as saying.

"We don't know about the target and what the suicide bomber and his helper were doing in the cold night at the back of a deserted petrol pump," he added.

Khan said they called in the Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) to inspect the site of the explosion as well as the body parts of the suicide bomber.

The powerful explosion had sent a shock wave of fear across the city. The place of the explosion was located after a good 30 minutes search by the police along the Ring Road.(ANI)
ProVerita

Bedford, Canada

#134336 Dec 2, 2012
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>You are thinking of Scientologists, azz-monkey. The Jehovahs are the ones that ring your doorbell at 8 am on a Saturday when you are hungover and try to give you magazines. I generally just turn on the sprinklers and go back to bed.
A make belief attack will do you no good. Witness
Scientologists are the group of Tom Cruise

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#134337 Dec 2, 2012
ProVerita wrote:
I don't open links from Islamists in case they explode
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#134338 Dec 2, 2012
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#134339 Dec 2, 2012

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#134340 Dec 2, 2012
chazmo wrote:
<quoted text>
You're not really xenophobic if muslims really are trying to murder you...
And it has already been admitted here by other muslims...
That they are...
altho excuses are made that these islamists are not behaving in a muslim manner...
You and I and other say it is the teachings of islam...
TG and kkklmaBush claim it is muslims that are evil...
Either way...
xenophobia is made moot...
It's a little bit like the term Islamophobia that muslims have coined when they cry "we are victims". The term should read Islamorealism
ProVerita

Bedford, Canada

#134341 Dec 2, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't open links from Islamists in case they explode
Is that what Mother Nun tells you?
Atheist Silurist

Belfast, UK

#134342 Dec 2, 2012
ProVerita wrote:
LOL.yeah, Just what we should expect,a bunch of freaks.

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#134343 Dec 2, 2012
Thursday, November 29, 2012, 15:43 by
Press Association

Six whipped by Islamists

SURELY NOT JUST FOR TALKING? THEN AGAIN I SUPPOSE THEY WERE TALKING ABOUT THE DEVILS BUSINESS!!!!!!!!!

Islamist extremists controlling the city of Timbuktu publicly whipped six young people, residents say.

The victims, males and females aged between 16 to 22, each received 100 lashes for having talked to each other on the city streets.

Aboubacrine Yattara, who lives in Timbuktu and witnessed the whippings, said the young people were arrested last week. They were flogged today in Timbuktu's small market.

The head of the Islamist brigade responsible for customs in Timbuktu, Mohamed Ag Mossa Intoulou, did not deny the whippings but said he could not comment.

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