Sunday, 27 December 2015

An open letter to Muslims from Israel

Dear Muslims,

Greetings!

Hopefully this letter will find you in worst of health and we will keep on praying and putting our all-out efforts to ensure that those who try to undermine our interests remain in worst conditions ever.

The intent of writing this letter is to congratulate you on achieving a highest level of hypocrisy. Such sheer hypocrisy that even we got surprised. We never thought that you can be so insane, pathetic and soul-less. We are thankful to all of you for standing by us and providing us moral and spiritual support. Your support meant a lot to us and it was million times more than what U.S, U.K and other countries did. As a result of our recent offensives on Gaza, we are pleased to inform you that till date we have bombed half of Gaza and killed more than 1900 Palestinians out of which 448 were children. Not only this, we are also successful in injuring more than 2500 people. We assure you that if you will keep on extending your unconditional support, the world soon will be able to get rid of Palestinians.

We would like to reiterate the fact that we are peace loving democratic country and don’t like to interfere in others’ issues unless we are forced to do so. As you all know that we have lot of patience and since decades we are tolerating the atrocities being carried by Palestinians but enough is enough and this time we decided to teach them a lesson so that the world can be a peaceful place to live in. You can see that we are bombing and killing them like ants. This achievement indeed is because of our Muslim brothers and sisters.

We would also like to thank you for ignoring this issue altogether during the FIFA World Cup 2014. We are thankful to all of you for enjoying the world cup as it was a worth watching event. Our purpose of conducting the attacks during world cup was very successful as we never wanted you to listen or watch this mess since it would have a negative effect on your mind. The way you kept yourself involved in the world cup is truly commendable. We also admire your media for not wasting their airtime on this non-issue.

We are thankful to all Muslims for not boycotting our products. Your help meant a lot to us and due to your continuous buying our companies are making more and more profits. We assure you that you will not be able to find such fine quality products all over the world and you should not listen to idiots calling for the boycott as they too use our products.

We are indeed thankful to OIC (Oh! I see), Arab League and all Muslim World leaders for not listening to Palestinian extremist calls for help. We hope that Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will also start to support us in near future. We assure you that through your support, extremist won’t be able to find a place to hide and we would be able to exterminate them from this world.

We are also thankful to all terrorist and extremist organizations i.e. Taliban, ISIS, Rebels for keeping you involved and busy in your country’s state of affairs so that you can’t even spare a second to think about Palestinians. We consider all of them as our strategic partner in eradicating terrorism and extremism and pray for their success.

The way you are using social media for mock support to Palestinians is also commendable. We have noticed that a few of you initially changed your profile pictures and cover images on Facebook and Twitter and we were very enraged on this but later we found out that it was merely an eye-wash. However that mock support is getting diminished and we would like you to continue that kind of support.

In the end, we would like to extend our gratitude to all Muslims across the world. We assure you that after Palestinians elimination from this world, the world will be a better and peaceful place to live in. We would also like to extend a hand of friendship and love to our hypocrites Muslim brothers and sisters.



Sincerely,

Israelis

Saturday, 5 December 2015

Muslims fear deeper divide after Paris attacks

A Muslim fireman of Algerian origin, Faisal helped evacuate thousands from the Stade de France during the Paris attacks, guiding panicked football fans to safety as suicide bombers blew themselves up outside.

Now he fears the November 13 attack across the French capital will deepen a dangerous “them and us” schism between France’s five-million-strong Muslim population and the rest of society, FMT reported.

The terrorists behind the attacks appear to be Europeans of Arab origin, and the 40-year-old fireman worries that French Muslims may suffer greater discrimination as a result.

“If you have a Muslim name, they stop seeing you as a French person and they start to see you as an Arab, a potential terrorist,” Faisal said.

The attacks will also exacerbate an existing problem, he fears — that many Muslims don’t feel part of France, and even resent it.

And that resentment is precisely what the ISIL seeks to exploit.

France’s Muslim community — the largest in Europe — is as diverse as the country itself.
But there are many who voice anxiety about their place in a country with a bloody colonial history in North Africa and a commitment to secularism that some see as contradictory with Islamic traditions.

This anxiety spiked as politicians such as ex-prime minister Alain Juppe calling on Muslims to publicly “say they have nothing to do with this barbarism”.

“Muslims do not have to justify themselves… Are they guilty by association?” responded an opinion piece writer, Hatem Nafti, in left-leaning daily Liberation.

French-born Mohammad, a 30-year-old Algerian CD and DVD shop owner in Barbes, and his friend Samir did some painful soul-searching.

“The problem is with how they treated immigrants to begin with (40-50 years ago). They put the Arabs in (sprawling suburban areas) far from everyone else,” Mohammad said.

Decades after the first major waves of migration in the 1960s, many thousands of people still live in low-cost housing projects in Paris’ downtrodden banlieue (suburbs), where petty crime is rife and life is completely different from the glittering city centre.

Jobs are harder to come by, with unemployment estimated in 2013 at 23 percent in contrast with nine percent elsewhere in the city.

The suburbs -— and also parts of the 18th district, where Barbes is located -— saw major riots in 2005 that emphasised the alienation.

It is this feeling of disenfranchisement that can be exploited by IS, warn researchers, with people on the fringes drawn to a movement that can give misguided aims to directionless youth.

Didier Lapeyronnie, who teaches sociology at Paris’ La Sorbonne university, said many French Muslims “do not feel like they are part of the national community”.

 “Terrorism is not necessarily linked to marginalisation,” Lapeyronnie said, adding however that “in some areas… a counter-culture, a counter-society has been created, and Islam is used to construct a worldview.”

“There is a political failure of the integration model… a process of dis-integration,” he said.
Paris-based expert Karim Bitar says IS takes full advantage of this.

The group “has a well-honed dual strategy of tapping into feelings of humiliation of Sunnis in Iraq and Syria and simultaneously exploiting the alienation of disenfranchised Muslim youth in Europe,” he told.

The group has “everything to gain from recruiting French youth: they improve their operational capabilities considerably and they psychologically score a victory by sharpening the contradictions within Western societies,” said Bitar of the Institute for International and Strategic Affairs.

European recruits do not necessarily know much about Islam at all, nor are they necessarily seeking to escape a life of want.

Two of the Paris attackers, Brahim and Salah Abdelslam, ran a bar in Belgium which was shut down because of reports that customers smoked marijuana there.

Terrorists recruits “are often in it for the adrenalin, the adventure, the excitement and to escape their existential malaise,” Bitar said.

Wearing his hair close-shaven and a black leather jacket, Samir in the Barbes music shop agreed.
“They recruit people with criminal records online to do their dirty work, offering them protection,” said Samir, a security guard, as electronic Algerian pop boomed in the background.

“It hurts that they don’t see the difference between me and the terrorists.”

Myanmar arrests Muslim publisher over printing Rohingya Colander

Myanmar Authorities has arrested a Muslim publisher and four his colleagues on Wednesday for printing a calendar that used quotes to support the country's persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority.

It has angered Buddhist extremists who regard the Rohingya people as illegal immigrants and insist that they should be referred to as "Bengalis" despite living in the Burma (Myanmar) from centuries.


Kyaw Kyaw Wai—the owner of the Kyaw Printing House in the commercial capital Yangon—and four his worker had been detained over the weekend and paid a fine of 1 million kyat (U.S. $770) each after pleading guilty to publishing materials that could damage national security, under Myanmar’s 2014 Printing and Publishing Law.

The Kyaw Printing House printed more than 700 copies of the calendar, which featured the phrase “Rohingya is an ethnic group” in Burmese, English and Arabic, according to local media reports. It also refers to a 1950s era “Rohingya radio channel” and cites a former prime minister U Nu to debunk the official view that the Rohingya are not a real ethnic minority.

The Rohingya people are denied citizenship under a 1982 law that has been widely condemned by rights groups.

The five face up to two years in prison for causing "fear or alarm to the public".

It is the latest instance of authorities arresting people at the behest of Buddhist extremists who preach that Myanmar is under threat from Islam.

Htin Lin Oo, a prominent leader of National League for Democracy (NLD) party, was jailed after a speech last October in which he criticised the use of Buddhism to justify extremism.

National League for Democracy is due to take power around late March after winning a landslide victory in a November election. Spokesperson Win Htein has vowed the party will make releasing political prisoners a "top priority".

Rohingya Muslim community lives under apartheid-like conditions in western Rakhine state following mob violence led by extremist Buddha Monks in 2012, left more than 200 dead and tens of thousands homeless, with the Rohingya bearing the brunt of the violence, according to rights groups.

More than 140,000 Rohingyas were displaced during the 2012 unrest and now live in squalid camps in Rakhine state, while thousands of others have fled persecution in the Buddhist-dominated country on rickety boats in recent years.

Switzerland set to ban Niqab

Muslim Women wearing face veil or niqab in the Switzerland’s Italian-speaking county will be faced with a fine of up to $9,790, after its parliament made it illegal to wear the veils in public. Almost two-thirds of the region's voters supported the proposed law to ban Muslim women for wearing veil

The Ticino regional parliment set to become the first region in Switzerland to introduce such a ban on Islamic veil.

Following the green signal from the regional parliament, the bill, which was backed by 65% of the electorate in a 2013 referendum, could take effect in April, a parliamentary representative said.

The local government still needs to give its approval before it can be signed into law.

The bill was inspired by a controversial French law introduced in 2011 barring women from wearing a face veil (Niqab), in the street, public gardens, shops and government buildings.
France was the first European nation to ban the Niqab for Muslim women and all other forms of face covering. The French Law was upheld in the European Court of Human Rights in July 2014.

The Ticino government had urged parliament to apply the law to anyone covering their face in public, including masked hooligans or demonstrators, but the parliamentarians voted for a law that applies only to the Muslim women wearing veil.

Once the law comes into effect, anyone wearing a full-faced veil in the region risks fines of between 100 and 10,000 Swiss francs ($98-$9,830, 92-9,230 euros).

The bill makes no exceptions for tourists, and Ticino is planning to display warning signs at airports and border crossings to inform visitors of the ban.

Around 40,000 tourists from the Middle East visited Ticino last year.

There are around 400,000 Muslims in Switzerland, totaling about five percent of the country's population.



Monday, 10 August 2015



لاہور. پروفیسر حافظ محمد سعید کے وکیل اے کے ڈوگر بھارتی فلم فینٹیم کے خلاف دائر درخواست کے حوالے سے میڈیا سے گفتگو کر رہے ہیں. مرکزی

رہنما پروفیسر ڈاکٹر حافظ عبدالرحمن مکی اور.مرکزی ترجمان یحیی مجاہد ہمراہ ہیں.

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