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  • ross1948 00:11 on June 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , funeral prayers, , Khuram Butt, , , Rashid Redouane,   

    No Prayers For The Hell-Bound? Good Move, UK Muslim Clerics! 

    Very welcome move by 130 Muslim clerics in Britain, who have refused to allow prayers for the three jihadist pigs. 

    “We will not perform the traditional Islamic funeral prayer over the perpetrators and we also urge fellow imams and religious authorities to withdraw such a privilege.”


    Clearly this is a powerful message, and to use a religious sanction in this way shows serious commitment to decency and to democracy.

    It also highlights the difference between those imams and certain bigoted brutes here in Jakarta, who told decent Muslims thought to be supporting Governor Ahok’s re-election that similar sanctions would be applied to their families…


    ..“Muslims who vote for an infidel leader or blasphemer do not deserve a funeral prayer at mosque.”

    Bigots Menace Pluralist Muslims – ‘No Prayers For Your Dead!’ 

     …unless they voted for the (ultimately successful) candidate backed by the vigilante gang called the FPI, the self-styled ‘Islam Defenders Front.’

    This use of ‘spiritual’ strategies to pursue sectarian objectives was nothing new here, alas, as our linked previous post will confirm.

    However, deploying a funeral ban against filthy savages…


    .UK police names two London attackers, says one previously known to them

    Butt and fellow-filth Redouane


    ….like the bestial Khuram Butt ( ingrate spawn of Pakistani ‘asylum seekers,’ we are told) and the rabid Rashid Redouanne, is entirely appropriate.

    Since I have often urged preachers, of all creeds, to take a stand against evil, it would be churlish not to acknowledge this positive step.

    Now what’s required in Britain, and in other lands, is an extension of the ban, to cover those who call for death to blasphemers and ‘apostates.’



    Overt incitement to kill innocents is surely just as heinous as the deed exhorted, equally deserving of Hell.

  • ross1948 16:38 on March 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , fanatik, funeral prayers, , , Spanduk, tidak akan mengurusi jenazah   

    Bigots Menace Pluralist Muslims – ‘No Prayers For Your Dead!’ 

    Between Jan. 1 and March 8, the agency pulled down 336 banners that were said to contain discriminatory language targeted against incumbent Governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama, who is currently on trial for blasphemy.



    The rabid Islamist hate-gangs might be thought to have hit a new low, with the base threat included among those banners -.

    “Muslims who vote for an infidel leader or blasphemer do not deserve a funeral prayer at mosque.”


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    Refusing simple prayers for families as they bury their loved ones is about as scummy as it gets, but it’s not a NEW low at all.

    This kind of intimidation by evil ‘clerics’ was on display four years ago, when we reported similar mean-spirited nastiness in that cauldron of bigotry, Bekasi.

    Islamists Lower Than Snakes’ Bellies – ‘Bury Your Own Dead If You Approve a Church!’ 

    ‘Anyone who supports the building of a church will not receive burial rites for their deceased  – from the clerics of East Pondok Jagung


    I quote again what I said then -‘bigot beasts who attempt intimidation on decent members of their own Muslim community already burdened by bereavement?’

    You can flip back to that post or look at the story in another part of the media, confirming the horrid brutes’ heinous tactics –

    A neighbor of the church confessed to The Jakarta Post that local clerics had asked him and other residents to sign a petition against constructing the HKBP church building and threatened not to pray at their funerals if they failed to cooperate; the majority of his neighbors signed the document under duress.

    The acting governor (while Ahok is campaigning) is a man named Sumarsono and he has stated that most of the banners that were taken down were not put up by local residents but that it was part of a large, city-wide effort by an unnamed organization.

    C’mon, journos, find out and publish the name of this ghastly ‘UNNAMED’ gang!

    The governor said most of the banners pulled down displayed similar fonts and print types. He has ordered police to investigate and arrest those behind the distribution of the banners.

    I hope the Jakarta Globe does not let this story drift.

    How many of the sectarian swine will actually be caught and detained? How many will be prosecuted?

    What sentences will they get?


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