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Response to France banning muslim protest of mohammad cartoon

Official logo of the French Republic, used exc...

Official logo of the French Republic, used exclusively by its government.

The problem is so many people  fail to understand is that there is NO SUCH THING as a PEACEFUL muslim protest.

(At least none that I personally am aware of nor do i doubt that there are none that the French government are aware of, especially in light of the subject being the cartoons being of mohammad – something I don’t approve of doing regardless of why this wingnut paper decided to publish them. It makes no sense to purposely insult anyone’s religion JUST to insult. Legit critizism, yes. Statements that attempt to prove one’s own religion is correct, sure. Simply attacking to incite hate and violence, absolutely not!)

I am 100% for freedom of speech, BUT not for freedom to riot and commit acts of violence which is guaranteed to happen. France is not banning PEACEFUL protest, just banning riots so as to avoid a “Libya-like” result. And that makes complete sense and is an acceptable limitation.

If they COULD PEACEFULLY protest, then they should absolutely should be allowed to do so.

And realistically, if France REALLY wanted to, they could make pre-arrangements to make sure that a protest could be staged that would contain any violence and rioting and then allow it, just as any group that needs a permit to parade or similiar large gathering.

October 7, 2012 Posted by | Islamorealism, Politics/Government/Freedom, Societal / Cultural Issues, Understanding Islam, World Affairs | , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Christianity By country

Christianity By country

The 7th century Khor Virap monastery in the shadow of Mount AraratArmenia was the first state to adopt Christianity as anofficial religion at AD 301.[24][25][26][27]

Note: Population statistics by religious affiliations are based upon statistical science and are subject to observational error (technically referred to as estimates). Likewise,partisans may seek to bias the estimates. The proportion of Christians is based on the proportion of the population in each country who are members of a Christian denomination or who identify themselves as Christian. It says nothing about the proportion of such as believe in God and are regularly in the church. People who mixChristianity with tribal religions are defined in this article as Christians. Most of the percentage of Christian population of each country was taken from the US State Department‘s International Religious Freedom Reportthe CIA World FactbookJoshua ProjectOpen doorsPew Forum and Adherents.com.

[edit]Sovereign states

Christianity by country
Country Christians  % Christian
 Afghanistan (details) 6,250 0.02%
 Albania (details) 1,120,000 35.0%
 Algeria (details) 187,000 0.5%
 American Samoa (details) 70,000 98.3%
 Andorra (details) 78,000 90.0%
 Angola (details) 17,094,000 90.0%
 Anguilla (details) 15,000 90.5%
 Antigua and Barbuda (details) 66,000 74.0%
 Argentina (details) 37,561,000 92.7%
 Armenia (details) 3,250,000 98.7%
 Aruba (details) 98,000 90.1%
 Australia (details) 14,345,000 63.9%
 Austria (details) 6,000,000 69.9%
 Azerbaijan (details) 450,000 4.8%
 Bahamas (details) 350,000 96.3%
 Bahrain (details) 77,000 9.0%
 Bangladesh (details) 493,000 0.3%
 Barbados (details) 244,000 95.0%
 Belarus (details) 8,600,200 80.0%
 Belgium (details) 5,900,000 51.0%
 Belize (details) 247,000 76.7%
 Benin (details) 3,943,000 42.8%
 Bermuda (details) 46,000 67.0%
 Bhutan (details) 7,000 1.0%
 Bolivia (details) 9,730,000 97.0%
 Bosnia and Herzegovina (details) 2,000,000 51.0%
 Botswana (details) 1,416,000 71.6%
 Brazil (details) 174,501,000 90.4%
 British Virgin Islands (details) 23,000 96.0%
 Brunei (details) 45,000 11.0%
 Bulgaria (details) 6,364,000 84.0%
 Burkina Faso (details) 3,746,000 23.0%
 Burundi (details) 7,662,000 75.0%
 Cambodia (details) 268,000 2.0%
 Cameroon (details) 13,390,000 69.0%
 Canada (details) 26,401,000 77.1%
 Cape Verde (details) 487,000 95.0%
 Cayman Islands (details) 42,000 73.8%
 Central African Republic (details) 2,302,000 51.0%
 Chad (details) 3,833,000 34.0%
 Chile (details) 14,930,000 87.2%
 People’s Republic of China (details) 66,959,000 5.0%
 Colombia (details) 44,502,000 97.6%
 Comoros (details) 15,000 2.1%
 Cook Islands (details) 19,000 94.3%
 Congo, Republic of (details) 3,409,000 90.7%
 Congo, Democratic Republic of (details) 68,558,000 95.6%
 Costa Rica (details) 3,912,000 84.3%
 Côte d’Ivoire (details) 7,075,000 32.8%
 Croatia (details) 4,107,000 92.6%
 Cuba (details) 9,523,000 85.0%
 Cyprus (details) 863,000 79.3%
 Czech Republic (details) 3,038,000 28.9%
 Denmark (details) 4,546,000 82.0%
 Djibouti (details) 53,000 6.0%
 Dominica (details) 59,000 88.7%
 Dominican Republic (details) 9,734,000 95.2%
 East Timor (details) 1,152,000 98.4%
 Ecuador (details) 14,099,000 99.0%
 Egypt (details) 8,100,000 12.9%[28]
 El Salvador (details) 5,073,000 81.9%
 Equatorial Guinea (details) 683,000 98.6%
 Eritrea (details) 3,310,000 62.9%
 Estonia (details) 373,000 27.8%
 Ethiopia (details) 54,978,000 64.5%
 Falkland Islands (details) 3,000 94.3%
 Faroe Islands (details) 46,000 94.0%
 Fiji (details) 498,000 58.3%
 Finland (details) 4,347,000 81.0%
 France (details) 40,960,000 64%
 Gabon (details) 1,081,000 72.0%
 Gambia (details) 158,000 9.0%
 Georgia (details) 3,930,000 88.6%
 Germany (details) 49,400,000 59.9%
 Ghana (details) 16,741,000 68.8%
 Greece (details) 11,204,000 99.1%
 Greenland (details) 55,000 96.6%
 Grenada (details) 101,000 97.3%
 Guatemala (details) 14,018,000 97.5%
 Guinea (details) 1,032,000 10.0%
 Guinea-Bissau (details) 165,000 10.0%
 Guyana (details) 434,000 57.0%
 Haiti (details) 8,527,000 83.7%
 Honduras (details) 6,321,000 83.0%
 Hong Kong (details) 710,000 10.1%
 Hungary (details) 7,450,000 74.4%
 Iceland (details) 284,000 89.3%
 India (details) 26,113,000 2.3%
 Indonesia (details) 28,804,000 12.3%
 Iran (details) 300,000 0.4%
 Iraq (details) 944,000 3.0%
 Ireland (details) 4,116,000 92.3%
 Israel (details) 266,000 3.5%
 Italy (details) 48,386,000 87%
 Jamaica (details) 1,784,000 65.3%
 Japan (details) 2,548,000 2.0%
 Jordan (details) 388,000 6.0%
 Kazakhstan (details) 8,152,000 51.0%
 Kenya (details) 34,774,000 85.1%
 Korea, North (details) 480,000 4.0%
 Korea, South (details) 14,534,000 29.2%
 Kuwait (details) 458,000 15.0%
 Kyrgyzstan (details) 944,000 17.0%
 Laos (details) 84,000 1.3%
 Latvia (details) 1,280,000 57.2%
 Lebanon (details) 2,835,000 51.0%
 Lesotho (details) 1,876,000 90.0%
 Liberia (details) 1,391,000 40.0%
 Libya (details) 131,000 2.0%
 Liechtenstein (details) 32,000 87.8%
 Lithuania (details) 2,827,000 84.9%
 Luxembourg (details) 437,000 87.0%
 Macedonia, Republic of (details) 1,334,000 65.1%
 Madagascar (details) 8,260,000 41.0%
 Malawi (details) 12,538,000 79.9%
 Malaysia (details) 2,576,000 9.1%
 Maldives (details) 300 0.08%
 Mali (details) 726,000 5.0%
 Malta (details) 408,000 98.0%
 Mauritania (details) 5,000 0.14%
 Mauritius (details) 418,000 32.2%
 Mexico (details) 105,095,000 94.5%
 Micronesia, Federated States of (details) 106,000 95.4%
 Moldova (details) 3,503,000 98.3%
 Monaco (details) 29,000 87.7%
 Mongolia (details) 58,000 2.1%
 Montenegro (details) 487,000 77.8%
 Morocco (details) 351,000 1.1%
 Mozambique (details) 12,003,717 56.1%
 Myanmar (details) 2,020,000 4.0%
 Namibia (details) 1,991,000 90.0%
 Nepal (details) 269,000 0.9%
 Netherlands (details) 8,350,000 53.4%
 New Zealand (details) 2,426,000 55.3%
 Nicaragua (details) 5,217,000 89.6%
 Niger (details) 795,000 5.0%
 Nigeria (details) 77,103,000 51.2%
 Norway (details) 4,195,000 85.6%
 Oman (details) 73,000 2.5%
 Pakistan (details) 2,727,000 1.6%
 Palau (details) 16,000 77.9%
 Panama (details) 3,057,000 92.0%
 Papua New Guinea (details) 6,640,000 96.4%
 Paraguay (details) 6,260,000 96.9%
 Peru (details) 27,635,000 93.8%
 Philippines (details) 90,530,000 92.4%
 Pitcairn Islands (details) 50 100.0%
 Poland (details) 36,526,000 95.7%
 Portugal (details) 9,222,000 86.7%
 Puerto Rico (details) 3,878,000 97.0%
 Qatar (details) 144,000 8.5%
 Romania (details) 20,930,000 97.5%
 Russia (details) 99,775,000 70.3%
 Rwanda (details) 9,619,000 93.6%
 San Marino (details) 31,000 97.0%
 Saudi Arabia (details) 1,493,000 5.5%
 Senegal (details) 900,000 7.0%
 Serbia (details) 9,038,000 91.7%
 Seychelles (details) 80,000 94.7%
 Sierra Leone (details) 1,751,000 30.0%
 Singapore (details) 900,000 18.0%[29]
 Slovakia (details) 4,487,000 82.8%
 Slovenia (details) 1,135,212 57.8%
 Somalia (details) 1,000[30] 0.01095%
 South Africa (details) 39,843,000 79.7%
 South Sudan (details) 4,250,000 50.2%
 Spain (details) 35,568,000 77.2%
 Sri Lanka (details) 1,531,000 7.5%
 Sudan (details) 3,062,000 9.6%
 Suriname (details) 308,000 50.3%
 Swaziland (details) 994,000 82.7%
 Sweden (details) 7,148,000 73%
 Switzerland (details) 6,172,000 79.3%
 Syria (details) 2,251,000 10.0%
 Tajikistan (details) 99,000 1.4%
 Tanzania (details) 27,118,000 62.0%
 Thailand (details) 471,000 0.7%
 Togo (details) 1,966,000 29.0%
 Tonga (details) 84,000 81.0%
 Trinidad and Tobago (details) 774,000 57.6%
 Tunisia (details) 24,000 0.2%
 Turkey (details) 64,000[31] 0.09%
 Turkmenistan (details) 466,000 9.0%
 Uganda (details) 29,943,000 88.6%
 Ukraine (details) 41,973,000 91.5%
 United Arab Emirates (details) 424,000 9.0%
 United Kingdom (details)[32] 26,754,067 43%
 United States (details) 176,400,000 78.4%
 Uruguay (details) 2,027,000 58.01%
 Uzbekistan (details) 1,390,000 5.0%
 Vatican City (details) 800 100.0%
 Venezuela (details) 28,340,000 98.0%
 Vietnam (details) 6,868,000 8.0%
 Western Sahara (details) 200 0.039%
 Yemen (details) 3,000 0.013%
 Zambia (details) 12,939,000 97.6%
 Zimbabwe (details) 10,747,000 85.0%
Total 2,084,509,000 33.2%

[edit]Unrecognized states

Note: Includes non-United Nations member states not recognized by any state, non-UN member states recognized only by non-UN members and non-UN member states recognized by at least one UN member.

 

Country Christians  % Christian
 Abkhazia (details) 130,000 60.0%
 Kosovo (details) 150,000 8.3%
 Nagorno-Karabakh (details) 136,000 96.0%
 Palestine (details) 173,000 4.4%
 Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (details) 200 0.03%
 South Ossetia (details) 69,000 96.4%
 Republic of China (details) 902,000 3.9%
 Transnistria (details) 510,000 95.0%

April 28, 2012 Posted by | Christianity / God | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

New Jersey becoming the Sharia State

New Jersey, the Garden State, has just taken its first step toward becoming the Sharia State, with Governor Christie’s nomination of Sohail Mohammed, an attorney to detained terrorist suspects, to a Superior Court judgeship in Passaic County. The Sohail nomination continues Christie’s unfortunate pandering to the American Muslim Union and the Islamic Center of Passaic County.

Passaic County has the second largest Muslim population in the country. And the Islamic Center of Passaic County is the state’s largest mosque, and it’s the only one run by an an Imam who was a member of the Hamas terrorist organization. But when the United States government attempted to deport Mohammed Qatanani, New Jersey’s pols and wannabe pols like Christie, quickly came to his aid. Despite the fact that Mohammed Qatanani was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, the organization that is behind both Al Qaeda and Hamas, despite his own guilty plea to being a member of Hamas, and despite the fact that even in the United States, he had defended a charity that provided funds to children of suicide bombers (this is done as an incentive to reassure terrorists that if they die their families will be taken care of), Qatanani was not deported.

The pioneering terrorism researcher, Steve Emerson called it, “a disgrace and an act of pure political corruption”. He stated, “I know for certain that Christie and the FBI SAC had access to information about Qatanani’s background, involvement with and support of Hamas.” Defending Qatanani required Christie to pit himself against the Department of Homeland Security, which wanted him deported. But the Department of Homeland Security wasn’t running for office in New Jersey. Christie was.

The first Imam of the Islamic Center of Passaic County, Mohammad El-Mezain, was convicted of funneling money to Hamas. El-Mezain had actually boasted of raising almost 2 million dollars for Hamas. And his replacement, Qatanani, actually was a member of Hamas. An ordinary politician might have been forgiven for not knowing this, but Christie was the US Attorney for New Jersey. It’s absolutely impossible that he would not have known the background of the Islamic Center of Passaic County. Yet Christie attended a Ramadan dinner, in the same place where terrorists had fundraised, and kissed Qatanani on the cheek.

Now Christie has nominated Sohail Mohammed, Qatanan’s former lawyer, to a Superior Court judgeship. Sohail Mohammed is a board member of the American Muslim Union, an organization that has interlocking leadership with groups that have fundraised for Hamas and hosted a Hamas speaker. The American Muslim Union is closely interlinked with Qatanani’s Islamic Center of Passaic County.

Sohail Mohammed defended suspected terrorist detainees and was the go-to man for local and national media looking for a good quote. He lobbied against the use of both ‘Islamic’ in descriptions of Islamic terrorists, condemned the television show 24 for depicting Muslim terrorists and made an appearance outside the Qatanani trial. After the massacre of a Coptic Christian family, Sohail Mohammed tried to have some Copts investigated for opposing Muslim attendance at their funeral. And most importantly, Sohail Mohammed was Qatanani’s original lawyer when the government began its case against him.

So after helping Mohammed Qatanani escape deportation, Christie then nominated his lawyer to a Superior Court judgeship. Sohail is the second Muslim Superior Court judge in New Jersey after Hany Mawla. And if you want a preview of New Jersey’s future, you can see it in Judge Hany Mawla conducting the swearing in ceremony for Mayor Mohamed T. Khairullah in Passaic County’s Prospect Park borough. And the opening prayer for the event is delivered by none other than Imam Qatanani, leading a prayer in the name of Allah.

There’s still an American flag in place and the pledge of allegiance is recited, but those are symbols masking the hijacking taking place underneath the red, white and blue.

Some might compare the situation in Passaic County to France with its “no go zones” where the local authorities and non-Muslims cannot enter, but it’s actually a good deal worse. The government and the judiciary is being taken over, small pieces of Muslim ruled territory are being carved out and expanded with the support of the state’s leading politicians, who trade political support and campaign contributions for something dangerously close to treason. It’s not just New Jersey. America is being carved up this way, piece by piece…

January 18, 2011 Posted by | Constitutional Issues, Politics/Government/Freedom, Societal / Cultural Issues, Understanding Islam, World Affairs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Islamication of the West

The Muzzie Effect – Our changing demographics

The take over of the west by birth is another means to accomplish the goal of world domination by Islam.

December 13, 2010 Posted by | Constitutional Issues, Politics/Government/Freedom, Societal / Cultural Issues, Understanding Islam, World Affairs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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