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Det lader til, at det var de heldige, som blev skudt. Der er også rapporter om voldtægt begået af de rettroende jiha…”aktivister og gidseltagere.”

Soldiers told of the horrific torture meted out by terrorists in the Nairobi mall massacre yesterday with claims hostages were dismembered, had their eyes gouged out and were left hanging from hooks in the ceiling. Men were said to have been castrated and had fingers removed with pliers before being blinded and hanged. Children were found dead in the food court fridges with knives still embedded in their bodies, it was claimed.

Yesterday, soldiers and doctors who were among the first people into the mall after it was reclaimed on Tuesday, spoke of the horrifying scenes inside. ‘You find people with hooks hanging from the roof,’ said one Kenyan doctor, who asked not to be named. ‘They removed eyes, ears, nose. They get your hand and sharpen it like a pencil then they tell you to write your name with the blood. They drive knives inside a child’s body. ‘Actually if you look at all the bodies, unless those ones that were escaping, fingers are cut by pliers, the noses are ripped by pliers. Here it was pain.’

A soldier, who took pictures at a bread counter and at the ArtCaffe, said he was so traumatised by what he saw he has had to seek counselling. Bomb disposal experts with sniffer dogs were yesterday painstakingly combing the part of the building still standing for explosives before clearing forensic officers, police and troops to search for bodies. ‘Eyes gouged out, bodies hanging from hooks, and fingers removed with pliers’: Horrific claims of torture emerge as soldiers reveal gory Kenyan mall massacre details

Island giver stormoské til 1200 uenige muslimer

Udslagsgivende blev meget betegnende komikeren og Reykjaviks protestborgmester Jón Gnarr og hans parti af feminister, anarkister, ateister, punkere og digtere. Kritikere siger, at deres sag tager et stort skridt fremad med moskéen, feministernes fraregnet antagelig. På Island lægger de rigtige, selverklærede tosser stemmer til den slags, nede i Stockholm, Oslo og København er det straks værre.

The Reykjavík City Council has approved a building permit for the construction of the first mosque in Iceland. The mosque will be built in Sogamýri, an upscale district near downtown Reykjavík on a highly desirable plot of land that was granted to Muslims free of charge, courtesy of Icelandic taxpayers.

Members of the city council — which is led by Reykjavík Mayor Jón Gnarr, who identifies himself as an anarchist — say they hope the prime location will make the mosque a prominent landmark in the city. Critics of the mosque, however, say the project is being financed by donors in the Middle East who are seeking to exert control over — and radicalize — the growing Muslim community in Iceland.

Although reliable statistics do not exist, the Muslim population of Iceland is estimated to be approximately 1,200, or 0.4% of the total Icelandic population of 320,000. Most Muslims in Iceland live in the capital Reykjavík, where they make up about 1% of the total population of 120,000.

Although he is not opposed to the mosque per se, Magnússon believes it is outrageous for the city to give Muslims a building site at no cost at a great location in the center of Reykjavík. He also asks why political movements and feminist groups in Iceland are so tolerant towards a religion that he says degrades women. Part of the answer may be found in the political make-up of the Reykjavík City Council, which is led by the upstart Best Party, a so-called joke party that was propelled into office in 2010 as a backlash against establishment parties in the wake of Iceland’s banking collapse in 2008.

The Best Party — a semi-serious far left party that is home to anarchists, atheists, surrealists, punks and poets — is being led by Jón Gnarr, a stand-up comedian whose stated political aim is thoroughly to upset the established order in Reykjavík. Critics say the new mosque represents a big step toward achieving Gnarr’s objective.Iceland to Get its First Mosque

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After Kenya, no more turning the other cheek to those who hate us….. Picture the scene if you can bear to. A bustling shopping precinct where a group of men, women and children are surrounded by armed men. As one of the terrorists moves among them, he demands that the person quailing in front of him names the mother of Jesus or recites the Lord’s Prayer. “Our Father which art in Heaven,” says one woman. She is spared. Her neighbour, a Muslim boy, racks his brain for any line of the Bible, anything he has heard in school or on TV. But it’s too late. The boy is shot through the head; put to death for not being Christian. Imagine the uproar if that ethnic and religious cleansing had taken place this week. Picture the hollering human-rights activists, the emergency session at the United Nations, the promise of action against the perpetrators who had singled out non-Christians for execution.

Here in the UK, we tolerate the increasingly intolerant. It was revealed a few days ago that non-Muslim members of staff at the Al-Madinah School in Derbyshire had to sign contracts agreeing to wear the hijab and make girls sit at the back of the class while boys sat at the front. Jesus wept. And so should we, quite frankly. Mohammed Shafiq, head of the Muslim Ramadan Foundation, condemned calls to ban the burka, but where is his denunciation of the Nairobi massacre? Where are the voices from Britain’s Somali community condemning the murder of innocents by maniacs acting in the name of their religion?

As a former Sunday schoolteacher, I sort of get the point of turning the other cheek. But, really, enough is enough. Time for a crackdown on fundamentalism in all its poisonous guises. Time to stop appeasing those who hate us and our way of life. Time, in fact, for the clear-eyed moral judgment of a four-year-old child. “You’re a very bad man,” said Elliott Prior to the jihadist. And he was, and they are. Allison Pearson: Where is the Muslim condemnation of the Nairobi massacre by maniacs in the name of their religion? (Raymond Ibrahim: Singling out christians is an old jihadi-tactic. - Graphic Images of Christian Persecution Under Islam )

Hvis man går ind på den verdensdækkende Onislam.net, er det småt med selvransagelsen. En basketcase i Norge har i syv år overvejet at sætte ild på en moske og han har også skrevet til dem og advaret om det – de stakkels norske muslimer er rædselsslagne. Med manglen på selvindsigt og voldelighedens almindelige udvikling in mente, kan man frygte deres passivitet vil give dem noget virkeligt, at være skrækslagne for i Europa. Fralæggelsen af ansvar er en farlig, kortsigtet strategi. Status quo i Europa kan væltes af ét stort Nairobi-Mumbai angreb. Så labilt har politikerne placeret os, de vil bære et tungt medansvar, det er også i det lys man skal se panik-lov og handlinger, som 266 b og Englands behandling af Tommy Robinson. De kan blive meget værre i deres forsøg på at simulere kontrol. Går det virkelig galt, vil det naturligvis kun skyldes alle os, der advarede. Ikke voldsmændene, ikke politikerne, det sir’ sig selv.