Posted by Glezele Vayne on January 12, 2010
I noticed I have had another visit from Dawud Walid. Long time no see Mr. Walid.
So, I checked out one of his latest posts. He’s doing his level best to call into doubt the life story of Mr. Walid Shoebat as he tells it. I read some of the links to a Jerusalem Post Online article by a Jorge Luyken, as well as few pieces here and there. I will be commenting on it as soon as I can put something together. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Glezele Vayne on February 15, 2009
A hat tip goes to Wafa Sultan and Glenn Beck for calling my attention to the lovely, courageous Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Wafa Sultan’s full speech is featured below. I have several other videos of Dr. Sultan linked on the “Videos” page located at the top of this blog. Ayaan’s video follows.
“Now I am free. But I cannot forget my niece. She was forced to marry her cousin when she was ten. He was over forty. Her marriage was valid and legalized under the Islamic sharia, because Mohammed the prophet of Islam married his second wife when she was six. He was over fifty. I always remember my niece coming back to her father’s house begging him not to send her back to her husband. He would say ‘In Islam, it is shame for a woman to leave her husband (sic) house. god will reward you for obeying him.’ At the age of twenty-five, my niece committed suicide by setting herself on fire. She was burned to death, leaving four children behind her. Read the rest of this entry »
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