The Home Office is calling on the British government to give serious consideration to proscribing (ban) the English Defence League (EDL) under current anti-Terrorism legislation and the Racial and Religious hatred act.
Please sign the e-petition (link below) and support the banning of this racist & fascist group. It only takes 30 seconds, don’t ignore!
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>Banning political organizations
Yep, that’s how you defeat fascism!
Anonymous asked: here, have a field day: (facebook) /groups/124898704350301/
SID will not accept anyone disrespecting or bad mouthing a sheikh/scholar from Ahul Al Sunnah and especially from Australia.
Who ever is found committing this action will be banned from the group.
There would be no point in joining that group as I would not be welcome there, nor tolerated.
I wouldn’t participate in that group for the same reason I don’t participate in other religious forums. They run them like they would a state - under strict totalitarian rule. If you say something ‘offensive’ or ‘unhelpful’ or ‘unconstructive’ or ‘inappropriate’, then you are banned.
I’m not talking about making plain insults; I’ve been banned from religious forums before for putting forth a criticism of their religion. The response is usually along the lines of ‘this forum is for those of religion X and those seeking to learn more about religion X with an open mind, not those who want to criticize religion X’.
This is one of the reasons why I prefer posting on a platform which I have control over, and not religious zealots. Another reason is that usually only the religious read religious forums, which is the demographic not typically amenable to reason (and not the one I seek).
I mean just look at what they regard as evidence:
Without basic reasoning skills and an understanding of what constitutes proper evidence, it would be like beating one’s head against a wall.
Six teenage boys aged 15 to 17 were charged on Friday after raping a 15-year-old girl in a north-western suburb of Stockholm in March.
The court took into account that the girl’s information included “a cohesive, long, and relatively detailed account” of the incident that did not contain “any contradictions or elements to the story that could be considered inexplicable”.
Despite denying the incident occurred when the trial opened, four of the boys have since confessed to having had intercourse with the girl at the time, but have denied committing any crime. The boy who allegedly provided the condoms has denied everything.
“According to the court, their explanations as to why they’ve changed their story are not sustainable, but suggest that they’re trying to hide something,” the court wrote, according to the TT news agency.
Five of the boys have been sentenced to over 100 hours of community service each, and have been ordered to pay 55,000 kronor ($8,500) each in damages to the victim.
Justice is served!
More women think Tony Abbott (42%) would make a ‘Better Prime Minister’ than Julia Gillard (38%).
The retardation of Australia’s populace is astounding
3 months old, but still worth posting
le meme masks xD
A student who said on Twitter that people wearing Help for Heroes T-shirts “deserved to be beheaded” was arrested after complaining to police about threatening replies, a court has heard.
Deyka Ayan Hassan, from Harrow, sent the tweet in the aftermath of Drummer Lee Rigby’s death in Woolwich, south-east London.
The 21-year-old student admitted sending a malicious electronic message.
She was ordered to complete 250 hours of unpaid work by Hendon magistrates.
Drummer Rigby was wearing the charity’s T-shirt when he was attacked on 22 May.
Hassan, an English and politics undergraduate at Kingston University, said she had sent the tweet “as a joke” about the design of the T-shirt.
Chairman of the bench, Nigel Orton, told her she could have been jailed for the tweet but magistrates accepted she had not known it was a soldier who had been killed when she sent it.
“The tragic events in Woolwich that day have created a context which made this tweet appear extreme,” he said.
“It had a huge impact and clearly caused offence and distress. We accept you didn’t intend to cause harm and you felt it was a joke.
“Your act was naive and foolish and without regard to the general public at a time of heightened sensitivity.”
The court heard Hassan’s father works in Somalia for organisations including US Aid and Prevent which aim to combat extremism.
He is also a former “associate advisor for policing diversity” to the Metropolitan Police.
Don’t you just love it when the muslims call for laws restricting and prosecuting free speech, and then it comes back to bite them in the ass?
Sadly this just means greater authoritarian power for the UK, but hopefully more events like this will make muslims think twice before ‘complaining to police about threatening replies’. Doubt they’ll ever get it though, I suspect this woman probably left the court thinking the problem is that the system is prejudiced against her as a muslim.
(Source: 64px, via goat--milk)