Category Archives: Muslims

Bring Home A Wife Tonight In Kenya

Member of the Kenya Parliament have added a new twist to a wife’s urging her husband to bring home something for dinner. According to new legislation, a man can have as many wives as he desires. Samuel Chepkinga, chair of the Justice and Legal Affairs committee made clear to female members of Parliament that “under customary law, women or wives you have married do not need to be told when you come home with a second or third wive.” Male members of Parliament want female members and their own wives to clearly understand that from now on, it is wives galore and you accept it or, whatever. They also eliminated a clause in another bill which would allow a woman you had proposed marriage and then backed off to sue. It just is not fair argued the men of Parliament since it would have allowed a woman to extort money from the innocent male who goes around proposing marriage in order to bed a woman.

MP Duale, a Muslim, supported the ideas of his Christian fellow members, had some words of advice: “I want my Christian brothers to read the Old Testament.” Filled with men who have many wives. This male chauvinist episode came shortly after these same men made homosexuality to be a crime punishable by death.

Death In Nigeria

Nigeria is Africa’s largest nation in terms of population and among its wealthiest nations. Of course, when one mentions “wealth” in association with Nigeria it means a small group of thugs and thieves who control oil production and use that oil to become even more wealthy. For the past few years Nigeria has been plagued by a band of nut cases who call themselves Boko Haram and whose desire in life is to kill, kill and kill in order to restore a perfect Muslim world. They enter villages and just murder at will in order to prove the Muslim religion is more powerful than any Christian one. They launched an attack on the Giwa Barracks which is also a detention center. It holds hundreds of ordinary citizens suspected of crimes as well as petty criminals. During the attack hundreds fled the detention center. That was probably their worse error in life.

A doctor told the media that as prisoners fled, army units were waiting outside and began to blast away. Up in the sky fighter planes swooped down and blasted away with machine guns. It soon became a massacre in which a few Boko Haram prisoners were murdered along with hundreds of those in jail for petty crimes or those awaiting a trial. The doctor estimated they sent about 500 bodies for mass burial. General Olukolade argued: “you can’t differentiate attackers from those who joined them.” Of course, there are previous reports of the Nigerian army blasting away in a village using the argument they can’t tell the good from the bad guys.

Guess who are the real bad guys?

HEADLINES FROM WORLD PRESS

We offer samples of headlines that appeared in the world press along with our comments.

Canada, Toronto Star: “Facebook Head Confused”

About having $30 billion or about trying to read what is posted?

Denmark, Copenhagen Post: “Where To Spend St. Patrick’s Day”

Not in Copenhagen, that’s for sure, how about a tavern?

Sweden, Local: “Cops Badly Paid”

I guess they need an increase in bullets given them.

Russia, Moscow Times: “When In Ukraine, Don’t Say Ukraine”

Just say, Father Putin?

UK, Guardian: “We’re Not Lazy”

We are the billionaires who create lazy workers!

New Zealand, New Zealand Herald: “Clueless About Religion”

This certainly fits any religious person who preaches hatred toward other religions.

USA, aol.: “Cancer Patients Pay To Park Cars”

Look at the bright side, one day you will not have to park a car!

Legacy Of George Bush Lives On And On

Ah, the glory days of March, 2003 when beloved President George Bush proclaimed his desire to lead America on a great crusade to end tyranny in the Middle East and bring democracy to the people of Iraq.
At this time in Iraq, women enjoyed equal rights with men and served in business roles as well as doctors and lawyers. Along came George with his warriors to bring “democracy” to the women of Iraq. America assisted in the rise to power of Nouri Maliki who became prime minister. Now, this prime minister of democracy is pushing through a new law, Jaarafi Status Law which assists Iraq females. Among its provisions are”

1. Forced sex by husband is Kosher.

2. Marry off 9 year old daughter is OK.

3. Dad gets kids in divorce. Who else?

4. Beat the hell out of your wife–why not, you are upset?

5. Don’t leave house you females unless male says you can!

According to the Maliki government: “there are those who disagree with this law and we don’t care about them because they are against Islam.” Safia al Fahail, in Parliament: “this law is humiliating to women.”

Thanks so much, George.

Go South Or Further South

There used to be a country named Egypt which extended south and even further South until one day a few decades ago those living in the South decided they wanted to become the nation of Sudan. Those living in the northern part of the Sudan were light skinned and they conformed to the Muslim faith while most folk living even further south were of the Christian faith, and as we know from life experience when you mix up those who are light skinned with those who are dark skin things sort of get bothersome. Now, you add in differences of color and the pot will boil over and cause many to experience some pain. So, after a few years those who were dark skinned and Christian decided they did not wish to become part of any northern country which was also Muslim so they revolted and became South Sudan.

Naturally, since the south part of Sudan broke away it was only a matter of time before South
Sudan southern folk broke away and want to set up their own country. So, some of those in South Sudan support the president and those who want to go South support the vice president. I will not bother you with names and dates.

Anyway, South Sudan is now divided and Sudan is now divided and I am confused and, so are you!

Sands Of Egypt Covered With Blood

A few years from now when Islamic militants are killing dozens of people in Egypt and violence and torture and brutality have become the norm, you will shake your head and wonder why the people of
Egypt did not pursue a different path in 2014 when opportunities for peace were more possible. Egyptian soldiers clashed with supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood which increasingly has resorted to violence in its opposition to military rule. Two Egyptian soldiers were shot and killed while about six Mursi dissidents were shot and 8 wounded. An estimated 500 women dressed in black from head to toe chanted their support for former president Morsi and hundreds of Morsi male student supporter did their chanting. It is not kosher for males and females who back the Muslim Brotherhood to chant together. We are now at the stage of raids and a few killed on either side. Just give us time and we can get into the major leagues of mass murder and suicide bombers who blast themselves and a few dozen bystanders to hell–or heaven?

What can be done?

1. The military should make clear that no Army officer will run for the presidency.

2. Former President Morsi should be freed from jail and given an opportunity to run for president–he will lose.

3. A civilian government should then be formed which can establish judicial procedures to punish any who have violated the laws of Egypt.

4. Allow a defeated Morsi to hang around. He is inept and can not gain popular support for anything he says.

Oh Where Can My Little Plane Be?

OH WHERE CAN MY LITTLE PLANE BE?

Oh where or where
can my little plane be,
Up in the Crimea
Or down in the sea?

Oh where, oh were
can my little plane be,
I flew from Malaysia
Headed straight for dear China
I got a sense
we will never really find her

They say we had two pilots
Brave and fearless they be,
Got a hunch for real certain
they so love the sea

So, where oh where can my
little plane be?
up in the sky above
or down in the sea?

Republicans know for certain
if my little plane ain’t home
black dude Barack Obama
once again sent a drone.

Oh where oh where
can my little plane be
Just elect Senator Paul
And never again will
a plane take a fall.

Time For Reform And Honesty In Turkey

There is scant doubt that Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan has over the past decade accomplished a great deal in moving his country into the position of being an important economic and political power in the Middle East. A problem in leading a nation for a long period of time is that possession of power begins to loom as an entitlement rather than as something in which democracies vie to achieve. Members of his Cabinet have resigned due to charges of corruption and a phone call between his son and the prime minister has sinister comments about money and disposing of money.

President Abdullah Gul has become increasingly concerned about the style of Erdogan’s crisis management approach. Gul made clear, “I am sad and disturbed” about charges against his prime minister and members of the Cabinet. He is also believes it is time Erdogan ceased to blame “foreign sources” as the cause of his troubles. Gul is urging a reform of the government in order to meet standards established by the European Union. Excellent advice.

Please Mr. President

Just check your daily newspaper for a photo of dour faced Obama gazes off into space as President Mahmoud Abbas talks and talks. For some reason, the head of the Palestinian Authority is not in love with Israel demands for what was once supposed to be the homeland for Palestinians, but now house by house has been transformed into homes for Jewish settlers in quest for more and more land. The president of Palestine showed the president of the United States of America a map which depicts land that allegedly belonged to the state of Palestine but now is in the hands of people from the state of Israel. “It is an ugly map,” he said, “this was supposed to be land of the Palestinian people.” As I recall, that land was supposed to be for the Palestinian people because the United Nations made a compromise which provided land for both Jews and Palestinians.

Saeb Erekat, chief negotiator for the Palestinian Authority is upset at Israel demands that Palestinians recognize Israel as a “Jewish state.” In response, he noted: “I have my religion. I have my story. When they ask me to recognize the Jewish state, what they are doing is asking me to change my narrative.”

Those who have worked hard to ensure the narrative of the American story includes, not only white Anglo Saxon Protestants but Catholics and Italians and Jews and Indians, the entire narrative is correct which encompasses plural narratives.

Oh, Those Loose, Loose Women!

There are occasions in reading stories from the Middle East which concern the lives of women when a sigh of despair is the only logical response to yet another tale of oppressed Muslim males whose lives are violated by the actions of loose women. A female student at Cairo University was walking across the campus when she was assaulted by a gang of pseudo students who regarded her dress as unbecoming for a decent woman. In their view, only males can wear jeans or only males can walk around with a head not covered by something and certainly only males can walk where they damn well please. She was manhandled and pushed around by these male “students,” and I mean by males who have no idea as to the meaning of being in a college.

The actions of this woman infuriated Dr. Nasser Gaeber, president of Cairo University. He was shocked by the very idea of a woman at HIS university who wore–COLORFUL CLOTHES! Shocking, absolutely shocking behavior! She apparently had no idea that being in a university meant obeying the ideas of elderly men who sit around determining how women should or should not dress. Dr. Gaeber threatened to expel the women. However, he did admit “the girl’s mistake doesn’t justify what happened to her at the hands of the students.”

Of course, if women did not make mistakes, neither would males!