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Not In My Name: A Campaign of Disinformation and Deception

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Muslims in Britain have started a campaign entitled #NotInMyName, referring to ISIS barbarisms in the Middle East. It can at best be described as a disinformation campaign to deceive unaware non-Muslims about the atrociously violent teachings of Islam.

Quoting the organizers of the campaign:

“British Muslims are taking a stand against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) by launching a social media campaign to deliver an important message: Hate and violence do not represent their religion.”

“Many others are saying the extremists are “hiding behind a false Islam.”


Please Sign: Petition to US Govt. for Granting Asylum to Imran Firasat

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imran-firasatDear friends and supporters of Islam-watch.org.

You should be aware that Imran Firasat be deported from Spain to his death in Pakistan or Indonesia any time. We are pleased to see Dr Basil Qaqish has posted a petition online urging the US govt. to grant him asylum.

Please sign the petition clicking this link:  Grant Imran Firasat Asylum in the USA


History: Islamic Conquest of Spain, 711-715

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Judgment Day October 16, 2014: Will Spain Condemn Imran Firasat to Death?

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imran-firasatSpain does not have death penalty. And recently, dozens of Spaniards blockaded the house of an Ebola-infected nurse for saving her Ebola-infected dog after a court had ordered the dog be euthanized. When the security forces eventually broke through the blockade and took away the poor dog, the protesters chanted, “Assassin! Assassin!” with many bursting into tears.

Yet a Spanish court today may arrive at a verdict, which would mean death penalty for Imran Firasat, a Pakistani ex-Muslim and convert to Christianity.

His offence? Criticism of Islam, which is a constitutionally protected human rights in Spain.


Al Qubsiyat: The Syrian Secretive Islamic Women's Cult (Painting)

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Description of the painting (see inside)

This painting depicts a group of women gathered in a circle around their leader "Munirah Qubsia”. I got the idea of this circle while watching a video showing women gathered around her waiting on every move she made and every syllable she uttered. As usual I sketch any ideas for a new paintings right away before they disappear. I drew it and what came out is exactly what you see in the painting except for the 4 extra arms and the things the arms held, which I added later.

The figure in the middle depicts Munirah as the master of slaves. She has a hold on them mentally. But they aren't aware of it. The chains of Islam are invisible.

I depicted Munirah growing out of the Quran. Her roots are deeply ingrained in it, which is where her power comes from.


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