University Bans Anti-Islam Film

Sep 21, 2012 Full story: The Huffington Post 335

The state-run University of the Philippines is stopping students from showing an anti-Muslim video that has sparked violent protests around the globe.

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“M.A....Rise”

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#1 Sep 22, 2012
thats good

german interior minister also banned that movie to be spread over germany

United nations must be a law criminalize any person insult or make mockery of religions.

There is a hypocrisy,wetern world put a law against those who doubt of Nazi holocaust and spoke against jews.......but for religion? its ok, insult and mock muslims's religion

Filthy west!

A french writer was jailed in france 3 years after authoring book about jews's lies against Hitler and the lies of nazi holocaust......He was jailed due to his surmises lol@freedom
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#3 Sep 22, 2012
Egyptian_lad wrote:
thats good
german interior minister also banned that movie to be spread over germany
United nations must be a law criminalize any person insult or make mockery of religions.
There is a hypocrisy,wetern world put a law against those who doubt of Nazi holocaust and spoke against jews.......but for religion? its ok, insult and mock muslims's religion
Filthy west!
A french writer was jailed in france 3 years after authoring book about jews's lies against Hitler and the lies of nazi holocaust......He was jailed due to his surmises lol@freedom
Why? Why are the muslims afraid of free speech? They don't want anyone to speak the truth......The truth unravels islam and exposes its wickedness.
Spathis

Vancouver, Canada

#6 Sep 24, 2012
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Why? Why are the muslims afraid of free speech? They don't want anyone to speak the truth......The truth unravels islam and exposes its wickedness.
And Etty's 'free speech' unravels your two braincells and exposes your retardness Etty
Khaled

Lake Forest, CA

#7 Sep 24, 2012
Egyptian_lad wrote:
thats good
german interior minister also banned that movie to be spread over germany
United nations must be a law criminalize any person insult or make mockery of religions.
There is a hypocrisy,wetern world put a law against those who doubt of Nazi holocaust and spoke against jews.......but for religion? its ok, insult and mock muslims's religion
Filthy west!
A french writer was jailed in france 3 years after authoring book about jews's lies against Hitler and the lies of nazi holocaust......He was jailed due to his surmises lol@freedom
The sionists don't like scientific arguments so they lobby for laws to impose their lies as the reality.... with time we know that the sionist are the biggest liers and cheaters...
Netanyahu... middle finger....

Since: Jul 12

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#8 Sep 24, 2012
Egyptian_lad wrote:
thats good
german interior minister also banned that movie to be spread over germany
United nations must be a law criminalize any person insult or make mockery of religions.
There is a hypocrisy,wetern world put a law against those who doubt of Nazi holocaust and spoke against jews.......but for religion? its ok, insult and mock muslims's religion
Filthy west!
A french writer was jailed in france 3 years after authoring book about jews's lies against Hitler and the lies of nazi holocaust......He was jailed due to his surmises lol@freedom
And yet we see muslims do that to other religions every day. Either by their discriminating laws or by their de facto attitude towards minorities.

Why all the hypocrisy in countries with an islamic majority? There isn't one single islamic country where the rights of the minorities is respected. That's just a sad fact which should make you reflect. If not about your religion then about your culture.
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#9 Sep 24, 2012
Australia's headline news states that the Roman Catholic Church has admitted to hundreds of rapes and molestations committed by priests!!!

Once again I am proven correct that Catholicism and Protestantism are the pariahs of society!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

“M.A....Rise”

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#10 Sep 24, 2012
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
Australia's headline news states that the Roman Catholic Church has admitted to hundreds of rapes and molestations committed by priests!!!
Once again I am proven correct that Catholicism and Protestantism are the pariahs of society!!!
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
they only say 600 case! lol while the truth is over 20,000 kids were molested

Bless of west!

Never let ur kids go for churches alone....take of em, u dont know what happen to them
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#12 Sep 25, 2012
Egyptian_lad wrote:
<quoted text>
they only say 600 case! lol while the truth is over 20,000 kids were molested
Bless of west!
Never let ur kids go for churches alone....take of em, u dont know what happen to them
Egyptian Lad,

Thanks for your post!!! The Vatican is used to hiding some of these cases!!! Don't trust them!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#13 Sep 25, 2012
Spathis wrote:
<quoted text>Where do I join ?
Spathis,

Seek God's kingdom here:

http://incmedia.org/wpmedia/videos/the-means -...
http://incmedia.org/wpmedia/videos/the-angel -...
www.iglesianicristo.ws

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

“M.A....Rise”

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#15 Sep 25, 2012
Khaled wrote:
<quoted text>
The sionists don't like scientific arguments so they lobby for laws to impose their lies as the reality.... with time we know that the sionist are the biggest liers and cheaters...
Netanyahu... middle finger....
yes bro

zionists are ruining usa
Ray

Lincoln City, OR

#16 Sep 25, 2012
Only an insane person would commit violent acts because of a film. Everyone involved in the violent protests should be rounded up and put in mental institutions.

“M.A....Rise”

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#17 Sep 25, 2012
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>
Egyptian Lad,
Thanks for your post!!! The Vatican is used to hiding some of these cases!!! Don't trust them!!!
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
rite man
danetoo

London, UK

#18 Sep 25, 2012
Khaled wrote:
<quoted text>
The sionists don't like scientific arguments so they lobby for laws to impose their lies as the reality.... with time we know that the sionist are the biggest liers and cheaters...
Netanyahu... middle finger....
and I hope a dishonest, thoroughly horrible person like you will be known in your circles in the US as the neo nazi you are

I bet you don't show that face in public ... only on here under the guise of anonymity ...

extraordinary.

“M.A....Rise”

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#19 Sep 25, 2012
Andre3000 wrote:
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And yet we see muslims do that to other religions every day. Either by their discriminating laws or by their de facto attitude towards minorities.
discriminating laws? can you plz show me wheres the disccrimination?

u better stop arguing anything cuz r really dumbest guy here
Kiwi Thumper

Australia

#20 Sep 25, 2012
Egyptian_lad wrote:
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discriminating laws? can you plz show me wheres the disccrimination?
u better stop arguing anything cuz r really dumbest guy here
well with what we have been viewing on the news channels we watch do you think that the news reporters have been broadcasting nothing but crap and lies ?

Afghanistan: Taliban's War on Women

Physicians for Human Rights

he extent to which the Taliban regime has threatened the freedoms and needs of Afghan women is unparalleled in recent history. Taliban policies of systematic discrimination against women seriously undermine the health and well-being of Afghan women.

Enveloped by the shroud-like burqas (a head to toe covering for women that have only a mesh cloth to see and breathe through) that they are forced to wear or else face beatings, the women and girls of Afghanistan are today facing a crisis that threatens their very survival. Most Afghan women are prohibited by the Taliban from working, from going to school, from moving anywhere outside their homes without an immediate male family member as chaperone, restricted from visiting doctors, hospitals or clinics, and from collecting humanitarian aid.

Recently, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) carried out an unprecedented health and human rights study of women under Taliban rule. The results of 200 interviews were devastating: the vast majority reported a decline in their physical and mental state during the past two years of the Taliban's reign. But their deteriorating mental health was the most disturbing impact of the Taliban's gross gender discrimination.

A striking example of this discrimination is the Taliban's insistence that women may only visit a few designated hospitals in Kabul. PHR received testimony from a young mother who, with her two-year-old daughter suffering from diarrhea, was turned away from a "men's only" hospital because of their gender. The little girl died and the woman spent the night with the child's body, huddled within the rubble of a bombed building because it was after curfew. Women who make it to the few facilities designated for them do not fare much better. The Rabia Balkhi hospital has no oxygen, clean water, intravenous fluids, medicine, or x-ray machines. The maternity hospital appeared to offer only beds for women to lie in - six to seven per room, poor treatment, and no medication.

Even visits to doctors, dentists, and clinics have been severely restricted. Male doctors are prohibited from seeing any unaccompanied women. Women doctors have been largely prohibited from working at all.

The source of women's anguish, despair, and poor health is evident in the streets of Kabul. Women who were administrators, nurses, and teachers (fired from their jobs because of their gender) have sold everything they own to feed their children. They now beg on the streets. Those caught on the street without a close male relative as -a chaperone or caught revealing an ankle, face, or wrist, risk being beaten on the spot by fervent religious police who wander the city brandishing metal cables in search of dress code violators. Girls over eight may not go to school. Younger children may attend classes limited to teachings of the Koran. The city's 30,000 widows are particularly helpless.

A further explanation for the extraordinary high rates of depression and trauma experienced by Afghan women is the climate of terror that the Taliban has created in Kabul. Every Friday night, the regime carries out punishments handed down by courts devoid of due process. The citizens of Kabul are summoned to the sports stadium where they watch beheadings, hangings, or amputations of alleged criminals. Such sights terrify and traumatize women and their children who have already suffered the loss of family members, dislocation, landmine injuries, and the mortaring and shelling of their homes.
Kiwi Thumper

Australia

#23 Sep 25, 2012
Egyptian_lad wrote:
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discriminating laws? can you plz show me wheres the disccrimination?
u better stop arguing anything cuz r really dumbest guy here
Abuses of an Oppressive Regime

Prior to the rise of the Taliban, women in Afghanistan were protected under law and increasingly afforded rights in Afghan society. Women received the right to vote in the 1920s; and as early as the 1960s, the Afghan constitution provided for equality for women. There was a mood of tolerance and openness as the country began moving toward democracy. Women were making important contributions to national development. In 1977, women comprised over 15% of Afghanistan's highest legislative body. It is estimated that by the early 1990s, 70% of schoolteachers, 50% of government workers and university students, and 40% of doctors in Kabul were women. Afghan women had been active in humanitarian relief organizations until the Taliban imposed severe restrictions on their ability to work. These professional women provide a pool of talent and expertise that will be needed in the reconstruction of post-Taliban Afghanistan.

Islam has a tradition of protecting the rights of women and children. In fact, Islam has specific provisions which define the rights of women in areas such as marriage, divorce, and property rights. The Taliban's version of Islam is not supported by the world's Muslims. Although the Taliban claimed that it was acting in the best interests of women, the truth is that the Taliban regime cruelly reduced women and girls to poverty, worsened their health, and deprived them of their right to an education, and many times the right to practice their religion. The Taliban is out of step with the Muslim world and with Islam.

Afghanistan under the Taliban had one of the worst human rights records in the world. The regime systematically repressed all sectors of the population and denied even the most basic individual rights. Yet the Taliban's war against women was particularly appalling.

Women are imprisoned in their homes, and are denied access to basic health care and education. Food sent to help starving people is stolen by their leaders. The religious monuments of other faiths are destroyed. Children are forbidden to fly kites, or sing songs... A girl of seven is beaten for wearing white shoes.
Kiwi Thumper

Australia

#24 Sep 25, 2012
Egyptian_lad wrote:
<quoted text>
discriminating laws? can you plz show me wheres the disccrimination?
u better stop arguing anything cuz r really dumbest guy here
Fettered by Restrictions on Movement

In urban areas, the Taliban brutally enforced a dress code that required women to be covered under a burqa -- a voluminous, tent-like full-body outer garment that covers them from head to toe. One Anglo-Afghan journalist reported that the burqa's veil is so thick that the wearer finds it difficult to breathe; the small mesh panel permitted for seeing allows such limited vision that even crossing the street safely is difficult.

While the burqa existed prior to the Taliban, its use was not required. As elsewhere in the Muslim world and the United States, women chose to use the burqa as a matter of individual religious or personal preference. In Afghanistan, however, the Taliban enforced the wearing of the burqa with threats, fines, and on-the-spot beatings. Even the accidental showing of the feet or ankles was severely punished. No exceptions were allowed. One woman who became violently carsick was not permitted to take off the garment. When paying for food in the market, a woman's hand could not show when handing over money or receiving the purchase. Even girls as young as eight or nine years old were expected to wear the burqa.

The fate of women in Afghanistan is infamous and intolerable. The burqa that imprisons them is a cloth prison, but it is above all a moral prison. The torture imposed on little girls who dare to show their ankles or their polished nails is appalling. It is unacceptable and insupportable.

“M.A....Rise”

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#26 Sep 25, 2012
you dont have to blame a religion or faith by what some of its follower do

If you study the history of women in uk only, you would find women were suppressed and treated so badly, uk women were banned to even hold coins in hand as i read before

discrimintion against women was very common in europe some centuries ago
lol

Busca, Italy

#27 Sep 25, 2012
Egyptian_lad wrote:
you dont have to blame a religion or faith by what some of its follower do
If you study the history of women in uk only, you would find women were suppressed and treated so badly, uk women were banned to even hold coins in hand as i read before
discrimintion against women was very common in europe some centuries ago
discrimination against women is still common in islamic countries.
about pedophilia moh. married aisha 6 years

“M.A....Rise”

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#28 Sep 25, 2012
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
discrimination against women is still common in islamic countries.
about pedophilia moh. married aisha 6 years
dirty sharmouta

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