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Britain has made its priorities clear: offending Muslims and Islam is far, far more serious than jihad terror or the sexual abuse of Infidel girls. To move strongly against such crimes would be “Islamophobic.” The British authorities have made their taste for jihad terrorists, and disdain for their foes, abundantly clear. While I am banned from the country for the crime of noting — correctly — that Islam has doctrines of warfare against unbelievers, Britain has a steadily lengthening record of admitting jihad preachers without a moment of hesitation. Syed Muzaffar Shah Qadri’s preaching of hatred and jihad violence was so hardline that he was banned from preaching in Pakistan, but the UK Home Office welcomed him into Britain.
The UK Home Office recently admitted Shaykh Hamza Sodagar into the country, despite the fact that he has said: “If there’s homosexual men, the punishment is one of five things. One – the easiest one maybe – chop their head off, that’s the easiest. Second – burn them to death. Third – throw ’em off a cliff. Fourth – tear down a wall on them so they die under that. Fifth – a combination of the above.”
Meanwhile, the UK banned three bishops from areas of Iraq and Syria where Christians are persecuted from entering the country.
In the UK, you can get jailed if you leave a bacon sandwich outside a mosque — but if you’re a Koran teacher who sexually abused his 11-year-old student, you might get spared because your wife doesn’t speak English.
That is what is being portrayed in a side-by-side comparison of two vetted news stories:
In 2014, a 40-year-old Islamic teacher by the name of Suleman Maknojioa was spared prison time despite reportedly sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl. During a private tutoring session with the girl and her two brothers, Maknojioa had repeatedly rubbed the girl’s leg and reached underneath her headscarf to feel her chest.
He was first convicted of five counts of sexual abuse and given a 40-week jail sentence, but that was suspended after courts heard his family was “dependent” on him and he was on state benefits, and his wife speaks “very little English.”…
Later, in 2016, a man who was arrested for placing a bacon sandwich outside a British mosque was found dead in his prison cell halfway through his 12-month sentence.
35-year-old Kevin Crehan and his friends, 46-year-old Alison Bennett, 48-year-old Mark Bennett, and 31-year-old Angelina Swales, pleaded guilty to a “racially motivated attack” on the Jamia Mosque in Bristol earlier that year.
The four had reportedly shouted racial slurs to worshippers, tied a flag with the words “no mosques” to the fence outside the mosque, and placed their bacon sandwiches in front of the mosque door and on the door handle….
A former Connecticut special education teacher accused of having sex with her 18-year-old student because she wasn’t getting any action at home, slept with at least three other pupils, police said.
Laura Ramos, 31, a married mother of a young child, was placed on administrative leave at Central High School in Bridgeport amid allegations of having sex with the 18-year-old
She surrendered to police Wednesday after being told there was a warrant for her arrest for allegedly having sex with a second student in a Shelton restaurant, the New Haven Register reported.
The Milford woman was charged with two counts of second-degree sexual assault and released on $50,000 bond.
Police said they have information about at least two additional victims, the paper reported.
“My client voluntarily surrendered to police and we are awaiting the paperwork indicating the basis for the new charges,” said Ramos’ lawyer, Edward Gavin. “Laura Ramos continues to maintain her innocence and we look forward to the progression of the case.”
Ramos resigned after her first arrest and has been awaiting trial on a charge of second-degree sexual assault.
Unlike her first arraignment, when she and her husband held hands while she waited for her case to be called, this time Ramos sat alone at the Golden Hill Street courtroom.
Superior Court Judge William Holden issued Ramos an order barring her from contacting her alleged victims. He continued the case to Aug. 14.
After her first arrest, Ramos admitted having sex with the 18-year-old special ed student “a handful of times,” beginning Dec. 23, 2016, until April 2017.
She said most of the time they had sex in her car.
A second special education student admitted on June 23 that he had also had sex with Ramos, police said.
He said in he had gone with Ramos to a Fairfield restaurant and that after dinner, the two had sex in Ramos’ car in the parking lot, police said.
On another occasion in April, Ramos complained to the student that her husband didn’t want to have sex with her and then took him to a Shelton eatery.
While there, Ramos and her student went into the restaurant’s “electrical room,” where they had sex, police said.
The student told police he later received a text from Ramos saying it was the best sex she had ever had.
another day another man hating feminist mentally abusing her child. who is procreating with these mental cases”?
A feminist mother who bragged about editing her three-year-old daughter’s Disney princess book in order to smash archaic gender roles, or something, has predictably been praised by fellow feminists.
The lovely edits include rejecting that horrible notion of being kind, promoting abortion, and emasculating Aladdin, along with other silly feel-good feminist nonsense.
Danielle Lindemann, a sociologist who studies — wait for it — gender roles, decided to crank the anti-gender role awareness “up to a whole new level” after her daughter took a liking to a Disney princess-themed book she received as a gift. (The girl must already be suffering from internalized misogyny.)
“The constant inundation with princess stuff drives me crazy,” Lindemann told POPSUGAR MOMS. “Because it’s basically teaching these little girls that their worth lies in looking nice and hooking up with the right guy. Still. In 2016.”
“My daughter wanted to read it over and over, so to prevent my eyes from rolling permanently into the back of my head, I decided to make a few edits,” she whined.
Whatever Lindemann’s contention is with Disney princesses, the pages of the book she publicly edited did not promote the idea to “little girls that their worth lies in looking nice and hooking up with the right guy.” Not even close, actually.
For example, the feminist mother took issue with the book suggesting princesses be “kind.”
Yes, apparently when women are kind, The Patriarchy wins. Also, when did moms start using the word “badass” in front of their three-year-olds?
Another sexist page audaciously said “A princess is brave” without addressing abortion:
It’s important that Feminist Moms introduce their toddlers to the sacrament of abortion ASAP, of course.
And can you believe the book showed an in-love Aladdin and Jasmine holding one another and flying on a magic carpet without so much as emasculating Aladdin? Lindemann couldn’t.
As perfectly said by PJ Media’s Faith Moore: “The page itself actually makes no mention of Aladdin. It doesn’t even say, ‘Aladdin takes Jasmine on a magic carpet ride.’ It’s about a girl, flying. Seems like that should fit in with the ‘feminist’ narrative that Lindemann, et al. subscribe to. Adding the bit about Aladdin’s fears unnecessarily emasculates him. Why do either of them have to be scared?! They’re holding each other because they love each other. And the page is about a girl who can fly. Jeez.”
Lindemann also found fault in a page about princesses liking to “dress up.” The mother added: “in her medical scrubs when she goes to work as a neurosurgeon.”
Lindemann admitted that her daughter didn’t even notice or care about the edits, saying, “It’s weird because I expected my daughter to react to the edits, but she sort of just rolled with them. Maybe the new narrative seemed natural to her. Why wouldn’t Cinderella have sparkly shoes and also be a neurosurgeon?”
Yeah, it’s almost as if the mother subconsciously did it for herself and not her daughter.