Don’t blame me.

It is not good for them in Gaza.
They do not feel well in the West Bank.
It is not good for them in Jordan.
They do not feel good in Syria.
It is not good for them in Egypt.
It is not good for them in Iraq.
They do not like Iran.
It is not good for them in Saudi Arabia.
They do not feel good in Yemen.
It is not good for them in Oman.
Bahrain is not good for them.
It is not good for them in Lebanon.
Not good for them in Turkey.
Not good for them in Indonesia.
It’s not good for them in Malaysia.
It is not good for them in Afghanistan.
Not good for them in Pakistan.
It is not good for them in Kyrgyzstan.
It is not good for them in Tajikistan.
It is not good for them in Uzbekistan.
It’s not good for them in Chechnya.
Not good for them in Kazakhstan.
They do not feel well in Libya.
It is not good for them in Morocco.
They do not feel good in Algeria.
It is not good for them in Tunisia.
They are not good in Sudan.
It’s not good for them in Somalia.

Where is it good for them?

Good for them in Israel.
Good for them in the US.
Good for them in Australia.
Good for them in London.
Good for them in Germany.
Good for them in Sweden.
It’s good for them in Switzerland.
Good for them in the Netherlands.
Good for them in Canada.
Good for them in France.
Good for them in Belgium.
It’s good for them in Denmark.
It’s good for them in Austria.
Good for them in Norway.

It is good for them in every country in the world
Which has no Muslim rule.

And who do they blame?

Not Islam.
Not their culture.
Not their leadership.
Not themselves.

They blame the Jews.
They blame the Americans.
They blame the West
Which gives them freedom.
They blame those countries that are happy to live with them.

Good for them in democracy.
It’s good for them to suck money
From National Insurance.
Good for them to take advantage of
Social Services.
It’s good for them to destroy everything good.
In Western countries
They can live comfortably,
Enjoy high quality of life.
They did not work for.

To idle, to go wild, to pray in the middle of the street and to disturb the law.
Take advantage of social services, and scorn next to feed them !!

~ Yanki

The Daily Telegraph’s Sharia lie

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What the Telegraph gets wrong about Islamic Law at USyd  😕

Sydney Law School is now offering these two courses. Introduction to Islamic Law and  the newly created Muslims. 

“Sydney University wants Sharia Law”, The Daily Telegraph dog

That they do if they are offering those two classes. Implementation of Sharia law starts with the education system. The media is also part of this system.

Abe Lincoln said, “The philosophy of the schoolroom in one generation, will be the philosophy of government in the next.”

Teaching us the lie that Sharia law is great. Sharia law is the most discriminating and oppressive set of laws out there.

UAE family matters Q&As: Second wife feels husband does not treat her as well as first – The National

Muslim woman who has been married to a Muslim man for five years. I am his second wife and we have one child, a boy. My husband does not live with us because his first wife does not know about me. Do I have the right to ask my husband to tell the truth or to deal with me and our son fairly according to Sharia law? Also, am I able to go to a Sharia court to settle this issue with my husband and do I have the right to ask for a divorce?Read more…

Hearing to Block New Sanctuary Cities Law to Be Held Monday in SA

Breaking from Newsmax News Hub

The San Antonio Express-News reports that opponents of Texas’ so-called sanctuary cities bill will try to convince a San Antonio federal judge Monday to put the law on hold before it goes into effect Sept. 1. Lawyers for eight Texas cities and counties, including San Antonio, Austin, the border communities of El Cenizo and Maverick County and several advocacy groups, will argue that U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia should block Senate Bill 4, which Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law last month. Described by critics as the most restrictive piece of state immigration legislation in the last five years, it’s the first major piece of legislation passed during the presidency of Donald Trump, whose Justice Department on Friday filed a statement of interest saying it supports the law. Lawyers for both the plaintiffs and the state of Texas are expected to present oral arguments and live witness testimony that will last all day. Garcia has asked for additional briefing after the hearing and is unlikely to make a decision Monday.