Category: oppression

Houston: Hilton and Starbucks ban ex-Muslims w…

thecreepingsharia:

Houston: Hilton and Starbucks ban ex-Muslims wearing “I’m an ex-Muslim” t-shirts

We were informed of this shortly after it happened on Saturday, and here is the video as we were told would be forthcoming.

https://twitter.com/HazarMuadDib/status/1035984328084271105

Hilton employees enforcing the sharia on behalf of, and while hosting, an unindicted co-conspirator to the largest terror financing conviction in U.S. history – ISNA.

Source: Ex-Muslims banned from Houston Hilton…

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anarchyinblack:

I think one of the reasons MEMRI memes are so enjoyable to right-wingers is because it’s sort of a glance through the looking glass to a world where the overton window is so radically to the right of our normal experience that it’s surreal.

That plus the fact that the way they speak, hurling insults at each other, declaring their opponents infidels, defending without shame the likes of Saddam Hussein, getting into fist fights and hurling their shoes live on air, it’s refreshingly genuine compared to the media in the West.

Sure, Mossad made it so we’d see how savage Arabs are “in their own words,” but everything they say is just so outlandish that we’re almost forced to accept everything they say on their own terms, and that’s if the more reactionary among us don’t find what they’re saying to be honestly pretty agreeable.

Nah man. They’re just blunt refutations of the “all muslims are saints” bollocks that you get spammed with from the Guardian and the BBC. They’re fucking helpful for explaining to normies just why Islam isn’t like any other religion on Earth and shouldn’t be treated like a weird funny fad. It’s fucking dangerous and Memri highlights that.

If anything Memri DOES treat it like a weird, funny  fad.

You realise that while this is funny to us these people are entirely serious right? 

Who says I don’t take it seriously, too?

😂😂😂

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atheistcartoons: Last month, the government of…

atheistcartoons:

Last month, the government of Mauritania made the death sentence mandatory for apostasy (giving up Islam) and blasphemy. 

At the moment, a blogger called Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mkhaitir is currently in jail for writing an article critical of Muhammad and Mauritania’s caste system. He was originally sentenced to death, but that was commuted to two years, already served, but he remains incarcerated. 

How weak is the prophet of the Islamic god of the Mauritanians that he can’t handle any sort of criticism? How powerless is the Islamic god of the Mauritanians if he needs you to do his killing for him?

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kafirah: vznx: im at loss for words. this sor…

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vznx:

im at loss for words. this sorry excuse of a father just forced his daughter to wear a hijab at her seventh birthday. and mind you, a muslim father will only force his daughter to wear a hijab if he views her body as being mature enough to be stared at in lust by other men… but what does that say about the way he sees his own daughter? who just turned seven?

also, everyone can clearly hear the girl crying at the start of the video, but what does her dad say about that in his tweet? it was out “joy and shyness”, whatever the fuck that’s supposed to mean. all i know is, all muslim men and their goons should do civilization itself a favor and just die.

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You can just hear the woman taking the video laughing too and she’s probably her mom

catchymemes: Morality Police in Iran tells a …

catchymemes:

Morality Police in Iran tells a woman she’s not wearing hijab correctly.

So the woman takes her hijab off completely.

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