for a few days.
See you when I get back, possums.
...is a little harsh, dude?
(H/t to the omnipotent, Jeffrey Imm. Without you I'm nothing, JI.)
(P.P.S. Read my startling true confession. When I am shopping at Ross Dress for Less and see all the Muslim women (dragging 4 kids behind them) in their hijabs, niqabs, burkas and abayas, I too, find my fingers itching to snatch the offending garb off dey heads.)
But I digress, CAIR is already on the case so it could be a set up, too. They do have a history of such behavior.
Here's the story:
An Islandia man was charged thursday with threatening to kill a Muslim woman and her 20-year-old daughter and trying to run them down with his car at a Smithtown gas station, a misdemeanor charge that Muslim groups condemned as too light.
Joseph Ballance, 23, pleaded not guilty Thursday at an arraignment in First District Court in Central Islip, where he was charged with second-degree aggravated harassment.
Prosecutors asked for $5,000 bail, but Judge Joseph A. Santorelli ordered Ballance held on $10,000 cash bail or $30,000 bond. He also issued an order of protection for the victims and ordered a mental health screening for Ballance.
The police report says, on Aug. 20 at 3:50 p.m. at the Hess gas station on Smithtown Bypass, Ballance threatened the victim with extreme violence.
The victim, 49, and her daughter, both of Smithtown, were dressed in an abaya, a traditional Muslim garment that completely covered their bodies and face, except for their eyes.
So here's an article from W Magazine about a chi-chi DC Salon. Meeeow! (Tip of the stylish coiffure to FReeper GOP_Lady. Kiss-kiss, my dear.)
That’s because, unlike the White House beauty parlor, with its single shampoo station and chair reserved for the first family, the leading salons in Washington cater to a rotating cast of senators, congresspeople, ambassadors and journalists. And each establishment dances the delicate waltz of keeping political pit bulls with jam-packed schedules happy and relaxed while beautifying them discreetly in a town that loves to abhor vanity.
At the storied George Salon at the Four Seasons, station after station of strapping Turkish men—the D.C. salon scene is dominated by Turks, who, as one competitor says, give “the best blow-dries in the world and don’t talk much”—
Between kissing Gaddfi's a$$ in Macy's window, his vixens and his sex addiction therapy, Sr. Berlusconi is one busy man.
I couldn't believe it when I saw this headline: Man accused of beheading wife appears for estate hearing.
The case of slain cable TV executive Aasiya Zubair Hassan spilled over into a second courtroom today as Erie County Surrogate Barbara Howe conducted a closed-court session on her estate and its ultimate disposition.
This is so wrong on SO many levels, I don't know where to begin.
First, Hassan beats, then beheads his wife in cold blood and now he is playing the justice system like a fiddle. His attorney has made the strategic decision to try and run out the clock to jam the prosecution's formulation of their defense strategy against the Islamic wife beheader. Mark your calendars, possums: The date for his trial has been tentatively set for January 19.
Read the details surrounding the brutal killing and ask yourself if he was insane or if he was just a cold, calculating, Muslim woman hater preserving his honor.
And get this, he's only being charged with murder in the second degree.
And this is just another example of why Madeline Albright was a "terrible Secretary of State".
and here is reason 356 why I no longer consider myself to be one.
The First United Methodist Church in Omaha, Nebraska hosted an interfaith prayer vigil on Sunday, August 23. The vigil was neither held in preparation of feast days of St. Louis, the heretic fighting King of France, who died during the Second Crusade, nor of St. Bartholomew the Apostle, the first Christian missionary to India.
The ceremony was rather conducted in celebration of the first day of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Muslim calendar, when the Angel Gabriel revealed the first verses of the Qur’an to the prophet Muhammad.
The vigil was held at 7 p.m., when the Maghrib is recited and Muslims can break from their fast.
An integral aspect of our congregation is the mutual respect we have for one another in our diversity,” the Church proclaims on its website.
Few members appeared to object to the recitation of Muslim prayers within the Christian sanctuary.
The First United Methodist Church of Omaha is “inclusive of those associated with all sexual orientations and gender identities.”
It is not known if antro-females, drag queens, and sadomasochists participated in the vigil.
In its notice of the service, the Church said that prayers will be offered not to protect the world from the onslaught of Islamic violence and the plague of Muslim pedophilia but rather for the passage of President Obama’s health care legislation.
From Vlad Tepes. (h/t Religion of Peace)
In the past few months, riots in several countries resulting in many deaths and millions in damages and other costs have resulted from mere rumors of ‘desecration’ of a Koran such as in Greece and most horribly as an excuse to savage a Christian community in Pakistan.
Again, from simple rumors of treating a Koran in other than a holy manner, tearing it or spitting on it etc. resulted in large riots, deaths and damaged property including burning many homes to the ground.
How about the nonsense that resulted from a US soldier who was alleged to do target practice on a Koran he found in a garbage can. Or the ‘Koran down the toilet’ nonsense.
I am willing to bet anything there will be exactly no riots or anything other than mere lip service and probably not even that, from Muslims about using Koran’s to smuggle heroin.
You were right, Vlad Tepes. This happened back on August 20th and I haven't heard boo from any of Mohammed's (Smack be upon him) minions, have you?
Full story and additional details at the link.
We find her at the family's two-room house in an impoverished suburb of the city where Nujood is angry, combative and yelling. Tension surrounds the home like a noose.
After much arguing with family members, Nujood finally grabs her veil and agrees to sit down with CNN. Her presence is grudging, although CNN had got permission in advance to see how the girl who rocked a nation by demanding a divorce was shaping up. (I wonder how much baksheesh CNN coughed up to the family.)
Now, it's all about the money.
There was never going to be a fortune. Generous people have donated thousands so Nujood could go to a private school, but she refuses to attend, according to Shada Nasser, the human rights lawyer who took on the child's divorce case.
"I know Nujood was absent from the school. I spoke with her father and her family. And I ask them to control her and ask her to go every day to school. But they said, 'You know we don't have the money for the transportation. Don't have the money for the food,' " says Nasser.
She believes Nujood is being victimized by her own family because they believe Nujood's fame should bring them fortune.
Nujood's parents say they've received nothing, and in the meantime Nujood stews wondering out loud how everything turned out this way.
"I was happy I got divorced but I'm sad about the way it turned out after I went on television," she said adding that she feels like an outcast even among her family and friends.
"But based on the principles of Shariah law, her husband was compensated, not prosecuted. Nujood was ordered to pay him more than $200 -- a huge amount in a country where the United Nations Development Programme says 15.7 percent of the population lives on less than $1 a day."