Muslim patrols have now mobilized in London, trying to enforce Sharia laws upon non-believers. This video was apparently produced by patrol members as a recruiting tool. If so, you won’t have long to wait until clones of these fine fellows come calling on a neighborhood near you. H/T Pamela Geller
Pamela Geller offers a rousing defense of our First and Second Amendment rights at a Gotham Tea Party conclave in New York City. She also discusses her successful anti-Jihad subway and bus campaigns. Gotham’s Lawrence Winberry introduces the evening.
A ballad to the tune of The Kinks’ “Lola,” satirizing MSNBC commentator Mona Eltahawy’s decision to deface anti-jihadist ad posters placed in the New York subway system by Pamela Geller. Eltahawy apparently objected to the characterization of jihadists as “savages” so she embraced a curious position for a reputed journalist, that of attempting to deny the free speech rights of a political opponent. Then again, she’s affiliated with MSNBC, so her credentials as a journalist are as suspect as any of that network’s moonbat crew. Sample lyrics in this parody:
“Well I left mosque just a week before
And I’d never ever waged a jihad before
But Mona smiled and took me by the hand
And said dear boy I’m gonna make you Sharia man.”
Saudi Arabia has announced plans to build a city whose workforce will be composed exclusively of women. The announcement has prompted debate, with some seeing it as a modest, half-way measure toward granting more gender equality while others maintain that it’s a subterfuge and doesn’t alter the backward nature of Saudi Arabia’s Sharia Laws.
Those laws are strict — Saudi Arabia remains the only country in the world where women aren’t allowed to drive. But some new freedoms are being permitted. Women can now attend college, work in certain professions and, beginning in 2015, will be permitted to vote and run for office in local elections. The establishment of the women’s-only enclave outside Al Hofuf, west of Bahrain, will give women new opportunities in the pharmaceutical and textile industries.
But Ezra Levant, commentator for Sun News in Canada, says the establishment of a women’s-only city in Saudia Arabia constitutes “gender apartheid,” eerily similar to the practices of segregation and discrimination once applied to race in South Africa. He says the proposal amounts to “a gulag for uppity women,” rather than truly advancing equality between the sexes. He discusses the issue with Pamela Geller, whose US-based blog, Atlas Shrugs, has extensively covered human rights abuses carried out under the guise of Sharia Laws. H/T iOwnTheWorld