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gramsci

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a time ago i saw an electoral campaign pubblicity for an islamic radical paty to run on election in Tunisia . that was not in tunis obviously but here in italy ..
that popped on my min lot of things ..for example :
why would an immigrant in Europe vote for an islamic radical party in his original country .. and if he do , why he would stay and live in a koffar country ?
thats the hypocrisy of most of arab and muslim migrants, while they enjoy freedom in the west, the vote for radical parties in their countries and penalize people who stayed to live there , by voting parties that ant sharia law .for example , tunis was one of the most secular arab country, same goes for egypt, morocco , etc .
 

gramsci

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights - Wikipedia

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a historic document that was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly at its third session on 10 December 1948 as Resolution 217 at the Palais de Chaillot in Paris, France.
The Declaration consists of 30 articles affirming an individual's rights which, although not legally binding in themselves, have been elaborated in subsequent international treaties, economic transfers, regional human rights instruments, national constitutions, and other laws. The Declaration was the first step in the process of formulating the International Bill of Human Rights, which was completed in 1966, and came into force in 1976, after a sufficient number of countries had ratified them.

Saudi Arabia abstained from the ratification vote on the Declaration, claiming that it violated Sharia law.[47] Pakistan—which had signed the declaration—disagreed and critiqued the Saudi position.[48] Pakistani minister Muhammad Zafarullah Khan strongly argued in favor of including freedom of religion.[49] In 1982, the Iranian representative to the United Nations, Said Rajaie-Khorassani, said that the Declaration was "a secular understanding of the Judeo-Christian tradition" which could not be implemented by Muslims without conflict with Sharia.[50] On 30 June 2000, members of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (now the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation) officially resolved to support the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam,[51] an alternative document that says people have "freedom and right to a dignified life in accordance with the Islamic Shari'ah", without any discrimination on grounds of "race, colour, language, sex, religious belief, political affiliation, social status or other considerations".

The Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam (CDHRI) is a declaration of the member states of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation adopted in Cairo, Egypt, on 5 August 1990,[1] (Conference of Foreign Ministers, 9–14 Muharram 1411H in the Islamic calendar[2]) which provides an overview on the Islamic perspective on human rights, and affirms Islamic sharia as its sole source. CDHRI declares its purpose to be "general guidance for Member States [of the OIC] in the field of human rights".

This declaration is widely acknowledged as an Islamic response to the United Nations's Universal Declaration of Human Rights(UDHR), adopted in 1948. It guarantees many of the same rights as the UDHR and serves as a living document of human rights guidelines prescribed for all members of the OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) to follow, but restricts them explicitly to the limits set by the sharia. This greatly restricts rights with respect to the Universal Declaration, since for example, women and members of other religions do not have the same rights as men under sharia, and that freedom of expression can be severely limited for religious reasons: for example, blasphemy can even now be punishable by death, in clear opposition to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.


Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam - Wikipedia
 

!Aoune32

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Lech bye23od in a kuffar country??
la2ano he wants to use its resources to the max, he populates the city and takes welfare benefits. he cant live back home as he doesnt work nor does he want to live in a good manner in the host country.. .just a parasite and filth bro.
 

Resign

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كشفت إحصاءات حديثة في العاصمة النرويجية أوسلو، أن معظم الذكور في المدينة يحملون اسم "محمد"، منذ سنة 2008.
وتفوق اسم "محمد" على أسماء أخرى دأبت على الحلول في الصدارة بهذا البلد الاسكندنافي مثل أوسكار وأكسل وجاكوب، للسنة العاشرة على التوالي.

اسم عربي يكتسح مواليد العاصمة النرويجية.. ما هو
 

Dark Angel

Legendary Member
كشفت إحصاءات حديثة في العاصمة النرويجية أوسلو، أن معظم الذكور في المدينة يحملون اسم "محمد"، منذ سنة 2008.
وتفوق اسم "محمد" على أسماء أخرى دأبت على الحلول في الصدارة بهذا البلد الاسكندنافي مثل أوسكار وأكسل وجاكوب، للسنة العاشرة على التوالي.

اسم عربي يكتسح مواليد العاصمة النرويجية.. ما هو
typical arabic inaccuracy and propaganda. this is the reality of the situation
there is a difference between most males are named muhammad and between muhammad is the most given name.
this is very normal, in particular where almost every immigrant muslim family would give that name to one of their kids. at 1% that could very well make it the most given name in oslo.

through the arab lens however that becomes something else entirely.
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
typical arabic inaccuracy and propaganda. this is the reality of the situation
there is a difference between most males are named muhammad and between muhammad is the most given name.
this is very normal, in particular where almost every immigrant muslim family would give that name to one of their kids. at 1% that could very well make it the most given name in oslo.

through the arab lens however that becomes something else entirely.

"there is a difference between most males are named muhammad and between muhammad is the most given name"

Please, explain how it is possible.
Are you talking about "most males are named muhammad" and "muhammad is the most given name" taken over different periods of time (ex: millennia vs year) or the same period?
 

Dark Angel

Legendary Member
"there is a difference between most males are named muhammad and between muhammad is the most given name"

Please, explain how it is possible.
Are you talking about "most males are named muhammad" and "muhammad is the most given name" taken over different periods of time (ex: millennia vs year) or the same period?

in the first case:
most males are named muhammad, means that those named muhammad are a majority over all the other males; as in more than 50% of the males are named muhammad.

while in the second case
muhammad is the most given name doesn't really hold much meaning. for instance, in a group of 1000, where 2 people are named muhammad, and the other 998 are each named a different name from one another, then muhammad woudl indeed be the most given name to new born male children.

see the difference?
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
in the first case:
most males are named muhammad, means that those named muhammad are a majority over all the other males; as in more than 50% of the males are named muhammad.

while in the second case
muhammad is the most given name doesn't really hold much meaning. for instance, in a group of 1000, where 2 people are named muhammad, and the other 998 are each named a different name from one another, then muhammad woudl indeed be the most given name to new born male children.

see the difference?

So, in order to be correct you are trying to compare incompatible items - that's what I suspected.
 

Le منشار

New Member
Lech bye23od in a kuffar country??
la2ano he wants to use its resources to the max, he populates the city and takes welfare benefits. he cant live back home as he doesnt work nor does he want to live in a good manner in the host country.. .just a parasite and filth bro.
Because Kuffar use Muslim resources to the max
 

HannaTheCrusader

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A NSW Supreme Court judge has called on Muslims to publicly disavow violent verses of the Koran that he says have been used by Islamic extremists to support terrorism in Australia.



It's time to speak out: Justice Desmond Fagan.CREDIT:ROB HOMER

Justice Desmond Fagan said the lethal messages derived from "hostile passages" of the Koran were not effectively countered by suggestions from "various quarters" that the verses had been "cherry picked" or that Islam was an "interpretive religion".

"The incitements to violence which terrorists quote from the Koran cannot just be ignored by the many believers who desire harmonious coexistence. Those verses are not ignored by terrorists," Justice Fagan said.

He said there were sometimes assurances offered to Western communities that “Islam is a religion of peace”.



HEY , HANNA WROTE THE RULING LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

tasleeb
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
A NSW Supreme Court judge has called on Muslims to publicly disavow violent verses of the Koran that he says have been used by Islamic extremists to support terrorism in Australia.



It's time to speak out: Justice Desmond Fagan.CREDIT:ROB HOMER

Justice Desmond Fagan said the lethal messages derived from "hostile passages" of the Koran were not effectively countered by suggestions from "various quarters" that the verses had been "cherry picked" or that Islam was an "interpretive religion".

"The incitements to violence which terrorists quote from the Koran cannot just be ignored by the many believers who desire harmonious coexistence. Those verses are not ignored by terrorists," Justice Fagan said.

He said there were sometimes assurances offered to Western communities that “Islam is a religion of peace”.



HEY , HANNA WROTE THE RULING LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

tasleeb

"NSW Supreme Court judge has called on Muslims to publicly disavow violent verses of the Koran"

Impossible - Muslims can no more disavow verses of Koran than Christians can disavow verses of New Testament.
 

Le منشار

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