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Evidence mounts that momentum in Egypt, and probably Libya, is on the side of  islamist fundamentalists and Sharia.

Here is a look at an appalling parade of Sharia loving islamists….on Oxford Street in London!  Note the women in the back of the parade marching, encased  in head- to -toe black shrouds. Not a joke, and appalling.

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52 thoughts on “Sharia Momentum in the Middle East

  1. So a march in London is evidence that” momentum in Egypt, and probably Libya, is on the side of islamist fundamentalists and Sharia?”

    Only in teaparty wonerland is that logical.

  2. No, Pinky. the appalling Oxford Street march is not the evidence of sharia momentum in ME. This parade looks more like a celebration — a celebration of the afore mentioned momentum.

    For evidence of Sharia momentum in Egypt and Libya, please see my recent prior posts below.

  3. “Evidence mounts that momentum in Egypt, and probably Libya, is on the side of islamist fundamentalists and Sharia.

    Here is a look at an appalling parade of Sharia loving islamists….on Oxford Street in London! ”

    That is what YOU wrote Patty.

  4. Pinky: I forgot that I have to spell out everything for you! I thought you could handle two distinct yet separate items in one single post, and the nuanced headline citing the mounting momentum for Sharia in the ME.

    I should have written:

    Look! Look at the appalling parade in London! Look at the shroud covered women! The parade signs are advocating for Sharia law in Libya! The parade signs are condemning America and other Western countries! The parade is occurring at the exact same time as the rebels — with Al-Queda links — are beating Ghaddafi in Libya. In Egypt, at this exact same time, the “bearded men” have taken over the government talks from the students.

    I think the parade is celebrating the momentum of Sharia in the ME. What do you think?

  5. Oh so it is your worthless OPINION that ” the parade is celebrating the momentum of Sharia in the ME,” not anything factual?

    Gotcha.

  6. Evidence mounts that momentum in Egypt, and probably Libya, is on the side of islamist fundamentalists and Sharia.

    Yeah, it woulda been so much better if the west had assisted the architect of Lockerbie in butchering his people. If they support shria they must be AQ supporters, end of.

    Rightworld is supporting the dictators of Egypt, Lybia, Syria, Bahrein and Yemen, and no doubt Saudi Arabia if protests start there. What a surprise. That Arab spring must be crushed, because at least some of its supporters want Sharia law.

    You’re on the wrong side of history guys.

  7. Patty, even if you had gone to the trouble of writing a coherent post, it still would have meant we have nothing to do by except your untrustworthy and extremely prejudiced word on the matter.

  8. >>That Arab spring must be crushed, because at least some of its supporters want Sharia law. <<

    and because Obama supports it
    and because there is a risk of democracy prevailing and one further jaded argument being lost.

  9. There is much confused thought on this issue, and ATW is ” Confusion Central ”

    We should all be concerned about the possible bad endings involving Islamic Fundamentalists

    But, Americans, of ALL people, should be celebrating the largely peaceful uprisings in the Arab world. America’s history is that of a revolutionary power, born by deposing an unelected and illegitimate tyrant who had rule over us.

    Godspeed to the good guys involved in the Arab uprisings, who are more than a few. We should see them as natural potential allies – if we don’t, then something is seriously wrong.

  10. >>There is much confused thought on this issue, and ATW is ” Confusion Central ”<<

    Well you can say that out loud. I've just read on another thread how Patty seems to believe Ghaddaffi and Assad and the other village tyrants are not hostile to the US.

    BTW, ye political analysts. Iran is behind these revolts, you tell us, and is therefore now subverting its only major ally in the Arab world.

    Well, that sure makes sense in tea-potty land.

  11. If the Lybian rebels succeed in overthrowing Gadaffi, which is looking more likely, they will remember who helped them. For once, the west will get a few brownie points in the Arab street.

  12. As with some of the things, there is actually some truth in that.

    Gadaffi ( how many spellings does this guy have anyway? ) has been less bad since a) Reagan nearly blew his ass up a while back, and more recently since b) the UK / US negotiated the deal for him to give up his Nuclear Weapons and other WMD program.

    He had been cooperating in sharing intel about AQ and other very bad guys.

    That having been said – he has been a horrid ruler whose people appear to despise him and I think that we have to be on the side of the people in this one.

  13. The US / UK / France / West may be on the right side of history as fundamental change happens across a vast region.

    This is no time to lose heart.

  14. Reagan bombed Lybia in 1986. Gadaffi had his revenge with Lockerbie in 1988. His Rightworld supporters seem to have forgotten all about Lockerbie.

  15. It was their American Idol GW Bush who cut the deal with the devil in return for the dismantling of the Libyan nuke programs. A very justifiable deal -but not one that forces us to cut this bastard the slightest bit of slack now. We should join the Libyans in going for Gadaffi’s jugular, for the benefit of all.

  16. There’s at least 112 ways to spell Ghadaffi – I linked to a list of the different spellings 2 days ago.

    It’s one thing to be optimistic about democracy in the ME – it’s another thing entirely to ignore the signs that the Muslim Brotherhood and Al queda are getting the upper hand and that there is a full-court press to install Sharia throughout the ME.

    And to ignore the fact that islamists are now shutting down Oxford St. in London to march for Sharia with a parade of shroud-covered women pulling up the rear — that just says it all, doesn’t it?

    The Left just doesn’t care about totalitarianism — onward with the socialist project, no matter how many freedoms are lost! — that is the motto of the Progressive Western Left.

  17. the Muslim Brotherhood and Al queda

    Interesting – are you saying that support for the MB = support for AQ?

    The Left just doesn’t care about totalitarianism

    Rubbish! You are making the ridiculous claim that the Arab protesters in Tunisia, Lybia, Egypt, Syria and Yemen are totalitarians and that the regimes they oppose are not. I doubt if even Limbaa would claim that, at least in his more rational moments.

  18. When has the Western Left been outraged by Sharia? anywhere? The socialist Western Left is in bed with Sharia and the radical islamists.

    What I am talking about is radical islamists (Muslim Brotherhood, Al Queda, Taliban, Saudi Wahabbis, CAIR, London’s group of clerics, etc. etc.) I’m talking about islamists who advocate for Sharia Law.

  19. I am saying that Sharia Law = totalitarianism, regardless of who advocates for its implementation.

  20. Yeah, what’s a little Sharia Law among friends, heh? a little totalitarianism never hurt, did it? get the trains running and all — or at least put a stop to America’s hegemony in the region — ends justifying the means and all….

    as for women in black shrouds, being stoned and enslaved — let’s think about that later!

  21. And pigs might fly. Don’t let reality wreck your daydream.

    Progressive healthcare utopian dreams in the USA. Freedom loving islamists in the ME. It’s all the same.

    daydreams to assuage the ego. facts need not apply.

  22. Patty

    Sharia law is hateful. But support for it does not equate to support for AQ, as you seem to be claiming.

  23. Patty,
    Did you notice that one poster which said,
    “Trinity of Evil USA, Britain and France” ?

    Does anyone else see the incongruity of a zealous Muslim, presumably living here in the UK, using the freedoms of (possibly) his adopted homeland to denounce it as “evil”?

    Then another sign saying
    “Democracy will bring Opression”
    and
    “America, head of the Tyrant regimes”

    Again this demonstrates,

    a) Our politicians are not having a great deal of success with their “let’s keep on interfering in sovereign Islamic nations affairs” strategy –
    (Anyone care to explain to me what we have really gained from interfering in Iraq and Afghanistan? Oh yes; anyone care to explain to me how THIS nation can continue to maintain civic unity when an increasing number of its civilians actively HATE and REJECT what it stands for!)

    and
    b) the rejection of Western values by these “Westernized” Muslims living here in the UK…

  24. Do you think AQ supports Sharia?

    Al Queda is a means to an end. The end game is Sharia Law.

  25. The socialist Western Left is in bed with Sharia and the radical islamists.

    Patty, if you really believe this then you need help. The western left hates Sharia, because it is overwhelmingly secular and pro-feminist.

    But I accept that it has not been sufficiently open about this, and that gives Rightworld the chance to accuse it of being appeasers of the islamists.

  26. Please answer the question that I asked: Does support for Sharia = support for AQ?

    Yes or no will be just fine.

  27. The Western Left is “feminist” only in its love for abortion — although I will grant you that the Western Left is secular and renounces God (unless one believes in a non Western God and then its alright to be religious). If you disagree, please cite some instances of the Western Left renouncing Muhammed. Or any other non-Judeo/Christian God.

    The Western Left embraces diversity (including Sharia) and multiculturalism and is unable to differentiate between good and evil. If the ME wants Sharia than the Left thinks they should have Sharia. If you disagree, please cite me some instances of someone on the Left speaking out against Sharia.

    As for this comment of yours: “Patty, if you really believe this then you need help.” Basically you are saying that if I have these opinions then I am crazy? Are honest differences of opinion not possible? Do I have to be “crazy” if you disagree with me? Did you know in the old Soviet Union, people with incorrect opinions were often dubbed “crazy.” Do you recognize how insidious and wrong this arguing tactic is?

  28. ” Do you recognize how insidious and wrong this arguing tactic is?”

    Patty, do you engage in such srguing? At all?

  29. ‘When has the Western Left been outraged by Sharia? anywhere? The socialist Western Left is in bed with Sharia and the radical islamists. ‘

    Unless this is your ‘connecting the dots opinion’ again, Patty, please provide some sources for the claim above.

    List the ‘left’ organisations- and show their statements of support for Sharia law?

  30. No.

    Al Queda is a group of warriors who I believe came originally from the Saudi Arabia Wahhabis. Sharia is Islamic law. Iran’s Shia sect are often at odds with Al Queda — but both Al Queda and the Iranian shiite mullahs support Sharia Law.

  31. Does the United States, with its support of Saudi Arabia, support Sharia? Using Patty’s ‘connect the dots’ it look like it might.

  32. No. America supports access to Saudi oil and our present policies seemto tolerate Sharia because Washington DC is filled with the craven and the unprinicpled.

  33. But wait Noel: Patty pointed out to us all during the Egyptian protests that no woman were present at these “lslamofests.” ( Despite the fact that we were seeing thousands of women at the same protests)

    Are you saying her ‘connect the dots’ is faulty and that women ARE attending the protests?

    No!

  34. So the Bush family, who enjoy a close almost family like relationship with the Saudi Royals, must surely endorse Sharia law?

    Connect the dots,Patty……

  35. “a close almost family like relationship” I don’t agree with your assumption here, Pinky. What do you base this on?

  36. How about the house of Saud funding every election campaign of every bush since seemingly the dawn of time?

  37. I think Pinky might be confusing Bush and Clinton:

    it’s documented that the Clinton Foundation received $10 to $25 million from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

    — an incomplete breakdown was provided by the AP and included $1 to $5 million from the Saudi Businessman Nasser Al-rashid as well as contributions from two private entities, Friends of Saudi Arabia and the Dubai Foundation.

  38. The Presidential Libraries are one of the nation’s great scandals. Both Clinton and Bush (both Father and Son Bush) received ridiculous amounts of foreign donations for these unworthy Foundations. If any of them had the capacity for shame, they would decline them.

  39. I don’t have a good sense of the trustworthiness of the source, but it’s been alleged that about $1.5 billion came to various Bush companies and charities from the Saudi Royal family – link here.

  40. Yo Neal

    Heading your way ( almost )

    Will be in Vancouver early May, one of the North American cities I have always wanted to visit.

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