Bli muslim innan döden, annars får du ingen begravning

17 juli, 2009

Muslimer måste freda sig från andra människor över hela världen, på alla sätt. Vi ser ju bara i Sverige hur den fredliga religionen agerar för att de ska slippa kontakt med svenskar i allehanda sammanhang och hur de påstår att allah tvingar dem till det.

I Jemen har de kristna en mycket svår situation, en situation som följer dem ända in i döden:

”Millions of Ethiopian Christian immigrants are living under difficult social, cultural and economic conditions in Yemen.

Famine, starvation, unemployment, torture, abuse, and lack of freedom and democracy in their birth country force them to migrate to Yemen, one of the poorest countries in the world. In order to survive, a Christian in Yemen has to convert to Islam or be alienated.”

Christians Denied Funerals in Yemen, Ethiopian Immigrants Must Convert to Islam, Orato

”Islamic Tolerance Alert. We’re told there’s ”no compulsion in religion” (Qur’an 2:256), but there certainly is a lot of manipulation and coercion by discriminatory practices and general maltreatment. ”Christians Denied Funerals in Yemen,” from Orato, July 13 (thanks to Michael):

[…] The consequences of not converting can be felt in both life — and death. If an Ethiopian Christian maintains their religion, after death the Yemeni government will not permit them to be buried in Sana’a. The deceased’s name has to be changed (for a fee) to an Islam name by a known Muslim Ethiopian who has good contact with Yemeni officials.”

Report: Ethiopian Christians denied burial in Yemeni capital, Jihad Watch


al-Qaida omgrupperar

12 juni, 2009

Från Jihad Watch,

Dozens of al-Qaeda jihadists migrating from Pakistan to Yemen and Somalia:

”The terror groups in all three locations are now communicating more frequently, and apparently trying to coordinate their actions.”

An update on this story. ”Some Pakistan Qaeda Fighters Now in Yemen and Somalia,” by Eric Schmitt and David E. Sanger for the New York Times, June 11:

WASHINGTON — American officials say they are seeing the first evidence that dozens of fighters with Al Qaeda, and a small handful of the terrorist group’s leaders, are moving to Somalia and Yemen from their principal haven in Pakistan’s tribal areas. In communications that are being watched carefully at the Pentagon, White House and Central Intelligence Agency, the terror groups in all three locations are now communicating more frequently, and apparently trying to coordinate their actions, the officials said.