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Spanish Government's Case for Deporting Imran Firasat Raised in European Parliament

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to Malman
written by infidel and MP , January 17, 2013
Malman your wet dream of seeing Imran on a flight is shattered.
Alas Allah did not answer your prayers...
Kopi you can keep dildoing yourself and he is going nowhere.
This will bring bigger scrutiny to your Islam in western world where abc is hiding.
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Excellent
written by Kaser , January 17, 2013
Slowly but surely, "Hate speech" regarding Islam will be recognized for what it really is: "The truth about Islam".
Slowly but surely, the world is waking up to the fact that wherever Islam has been present for a long time, there is much more misery, poverty, contempt and violence than in secular, Christian societies. And wherever it is, like in Saudi Arabia, horrendous atrocities are commited.

Thank you Internet.

Slowly but surely, the true face of Islam will shine through and smack us square in the face.
Western societies are waking up from their stupor regarding the funny veiled women and the bearded, angry men...
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Outstanding for Imran
written by fine , January 17, 2013
or may be, a flicker of it, in the darkness of complete obliviousness to the real truth of Islam in Europe ..

Now in the European parliament, next in the white house … may be !?

What is the saying '' you could fool some people all the time and you can fool all people some times, but you can NOT fool ALL people ALL the time .''

I hope I wrote it correctly …

Islam will be shoved to the side just like all ignorant believes had been shoved . it just going to take time … it is a matter of time .

Now I have hope for Imran to stay in Spain … good job .
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Imran
written by abc , January 17, 2013
Hey Imran can I borrow your brain because I'm building XXXX Read my post and take a step back and think! All these people who you thank and mr khan are not your friends. Read your own story:
1. The Pakistani authorities wanted your testicles in a jar. You escaped and you won
2. The Indonesian authorities wanted your testicles in a jar. You escaped and you won.
3. Spain gave you refuge in good faith. They asked you to behave yourself, what did you do? Now they are letting you know how precarious your position is.
The only smart thing is that you have hired the cleverest islamophobe to help you in danny pipes.
What you need to do is take a step back. You have become the poster boy and therefore vulnerable. You need to get back to the shadows with your backers. You are not smart enough to do this yourself.
You need to stop listening to these idiots who encourage you to put yourself outhere.
You have to stop being the Bollywood boy.
What you need to do is keep your head down, raise your family, get a job and help the people around you. There is no glory in martyrdom in your cause.
Will mr khan and all these friends console your parents? Feed your family?
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Keep it up Imran Firasat
written by Indon , January 18, 2013
Right on Imran, you are the light of the world. Keep up the good work!
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Eye-opener of Muslims
written by Sabi , January 18, 2013
Imran- your name will be remembered as the"Eye opener of Muslims" for the coming billions of Muslim generations. Keep safe.
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agree with abc on this
written by Infidel and MP , January 18, 2013
"What you need to do is take a step back. You have become the poster boy and therefore vulnerable. You need to get back to the shadows with your backers. You are not smart enough to do this yourself.
You need to stop listening to these idiots who encourage you to put yourself outhere.
You have to stop being the Bollywood boy.
What you need to do is keep your head down, raise your family, get a job and help the people around you. There is no glory in martyrdom in your cause.
Will mr khan and all these friends console your parents? Feed your family?"

Alls well till you have a life-you will never be a rushdie (millions spent on saving his arsz)

Take heed from Ali-Sina.
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abc
written by Kaser , January 18, 2013
Right... right...
Indeed, Imran is in danger. But abc, don't you think he knows this?
I agree with you, on a personal level, he should lay low and continue his work less in the line of fire.
Because I know abc, like you, that ISlam is a violent religion that would like to see him dead.
Don't you think he foresaw that producing this film would open the proverbial can of worms?
A can of worms, actually, perpetually open because Islam is perpetually offended?

So aside from the personal well-wishing you send to Imran, what you are saying is bow down to oppression?
Hide from standing up and expose ruthlessness for what it really is?
Is documenting in video the actual life of the prophet "misbehaving?"
Is it Islamophobia because this is what the Ummah's radical elements want the world to brand the likes of Imran?

Like I said before, Imran has balls... He is among a few that speak out publicly.
You, abc, are an Islam apologist - like millions of others.
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Kaser
written by abc , January 18, 2013
I was very careful in my post not to write that he should not continue.
A mans life has to have a purpose no matter how stupid I think it maybe.
I'm just saying that he is too exposed and vulnerable.
We have his life story above.
You go on his blog and he describes what he sees. The sea, the landscape, the temperature, gatherings, topography, his food choices etc etc.
I could spend a day looking at his writings and be able to place myself within 250 miles of his precise location in Spain.
Now if a lone wolf was after him then cut that distance to 50 miles.
To the lone wolf, to take imrans life in exchange for his is a good deal. That's the mentality. If he could do it for free then all the better.
Imran has beaten two states in Pakistan and Indonesia. Yet he behaves belligerently to the Spanish the people who gave him refuge.
I'm not sure he is smart enough to realise when to go solo and keep a low profile
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...
written by M A Khan, Editor , January 19, 2013
Hey Imran.. Read my post and take a step back and think! All these people who you thank and mr khan are not your friends.... You have become the poster boy and therefore vulnerable... You need to stop listening to these idiots who encourage you to put yourself outhere... Will mr khan and all these friends console your parents? Feed your family?
Strange words of sympathy from you abc. Didn't you and your Islamist clique try to tarnish Imran for a murder he didn't and couldn't commit. It is the Islamically motivated persecution and slanders like yours that should stop first.

Apart from that, you got Imran completely wrong. If Imran would not be a man of his own mind, and readily listen to what someone like mr khan says, then he would be doing exactly what you advise him to do.

mr khan won't feed Imran's family, because, even if he wanted to, he doesn't have the means. Nonetheless, whenever I communicate with Imran, safety, security and well-being of himself and his family is my first and last advice for him. But then, Imran didn't listen to Ali Sina, his idol, did he? Only if you, abc, would get what it means!
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M A khan
written by abc , January 19, 2013
The words may seem strange to you, but they resonate the truth. That boy is vulnerable and too stupid to know. Bad combination
You have the nerve to use the term tarnish and slander. That's your job isn't it? That's your industry and that's how you get paid khan. You even have this website dedicated for that purpose. You publish articles here which you know are not true but it pushes your agenda a few mm forwards.
If only you knew the end game and the pain endured to there
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@abc
written by M A Khan, Editor , January 20, 2013
From the outset, we have promised to "Tell the Truth about Islam", and we have done the same with "honesty" and "integrity". Ours is no venture to "tarnish and slander" anyone -- except if that amounts to telling the truth.

Yes, we are as worried about Imran's vulnerability. Like Muhammad's holy assassins -- who murdered Abu Afaq, Asma bte Marwan and Kaab ibn Ashraf -- some devout jihadi (you may call him/her "lone wolf" but Muhammad and Allah would be very displeased with that) would succeed taking him down. But when Imran is determined to follow his own mind, we can only hope that he would be lucky to escape mortal blows of Allah's anointed jihadis.

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