She screamed, “No, stop!” He explains: “She said things that she did not know what was said. I mean she was so very horny that she did not know what she was saying.”
Of course, he will not be deported. To deport him would be “Islamophobic.”
“Abdul’s explanation that the girl shouted ‘no’: ‘She was so horny she did not know what she said,’” translated from “Abduls förklaring till att flickan skrek ‘nej’: ‘Hon var så kåt att hon inte visste vad hon sa,’” Fria Tider, June 9, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
Abdul from Syria raped a girl in a car while everything was filmed with a mobile phone. The girl shouted, “Stop, I do not want to!” On the film, Abdul claimed that she “was so bad that she did not know what she said.” Now he gets away with youth care because he claims to be 16 years old – and does not face expulsion.
Read the rest at: Sweden: Muslim migrant rapist says victim “too horny” to know what “no” meant
TRUTH BOMBS: We are a nation of consumers and NOT innovators.
Article: In an astonishing outcome, an investigation of six Baltimore schools found not a single student passed the state’s proficiency test in the subjects of math and English. Five high schools and one middle school were surveyed in a probe by Baltimore’s Fox TV affiliate, which spotlighted one school in which 89 percent of the students had the […]
Source: Epic fail: Every student flunks state exam
In Ramadan, a holy act. The clerics in this church must have insulted Muhammad in some way, right? They must have poked the poor dears in the eye.
No? Their only crime was being Christian? Appeasement and accommodation will only encourage more jihad violence? What are you, some kind of Islamophobe?
Source: Ramadan video from the Philippines: Muslims smash church statues, set fire to church
TRUTH BOMBS: The slow take over of America.
ARTICLE: High schools across America are being pressured to offer time off school, in-school prayer rooms, and special dietary demands by Muslim students observing the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. One campus in Brooklyn has agreed not to serve food at its prom until after sundown while another school in upstate New York is setting up […]
Source: U.S. schools ‘bowing’ to Islam during Ramadan
McDonald’s locations in D.C. are showing their support for the LBGTQ community with new fry boxes.
Source: McDonald’s to debut rainbow-decorated fry boxes along DC’s Capital Pride parade route | Fox News
TRUTH BOMBS: I am horrified!!
Article: Kiddie choirs. Children’s piano recitals. And a full-on, erotic drag show complete with gyrations, tongue gymnastics and a flashed G-string.
Source: Parents horrified after man performs drag show at NYC school – NY Daily News
A leading figure in the Church of Scotland has told its General Assembly there is “no theological reason” to oppose same-sex marriage, paving the way for same-sex weddings in churches.
The Very Reverend Professor Iain Torrance, Convener of the influential Theological Forum, put forward a report to the Protestant Church’s General Assembly that, whilst acknowledging the Bible condemns same-sex acts, claims Scripture was framed by a “cultural context” that is no longer applicable, reports The Christian Post.
“We say that after reflection we can see no sufficient theological reason for the Church now not to authorise specific ministers to officiate at same-sex weddings,” the Very Rev. Iain Torrance told the assembly, proposing the governing body approve a study of how same-sex ceremonies could be allowed.
The report acknowledged that “conservative arguments” are based on the Bible’s recognition of sexual immorality, including same-sex acts, as sinful.
But the authors of the report justified the Theological Forum’s position on the grounds that “Scriptural condemnations of same-sex sexual activity were framed in cultural contexts very different from our own.”
The Christian Institute reported that a series of amendments put forward by conservative supporters of traditional, biblical marriage were defeated.
Source: Church of Scotland Moves Towards Performing Same Sex Marriages – Breitbart
A Florida school district delivered an “unsatisfactory” response to a legal team representing several Christian students who claimed they were bullied in class by a teacher because of their faith.
Among other things, the teacher repeatedly ordered students wearing cross necklaces to cover them up or take them off.
So lawyers with Liberty Counsel are giving the district another chance, this time in a letter with a specific list of instructions for officials at Hillsborough County Public Schools.
The influential legal organization warns it is willing to “take further action to prevent irreparable harm to the rights of our clients.”
WND reported last month Liberty Counsel officials said the teacher, Lora Jane Riedas, a member of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network’s Leadership Institute, had gone overboard in her LGBT advocacy.
She featured classroom décor that “blatantly promotes a pro-LGBT agenda,” reportedly retweeted during the school day “favorite queer web series for kids” and prohibited “at least three students from wearing Christian cross necklaces because she views them as ‘gang symbols.’”
Here are images of two necklaces the teacher banished:
Further, she put LGBT stickers on the notebooks her class uses. Her lesbian partner, also a teacher, “dressed as a nun for a school spirit week, complete with a ‘cross necklace’ made of skulls,’ and she singled out students for “false ‘misbehavior’ allegations” after they removed the LGBT stickers.
Source: LGBT teacher called out for ‘bullying’ students
TAMPA, Fla. —
Two men were shot to death in Tampa, Fla., allegedly by their teenage roommate, allegedly because the victims were neo-Nazi sympathizers, as was the gunman until his recent conversion to Islam, WFTS reports.
“It’s obviously very shocking. I’m concerned for my safety,” said a nearby resident, who asked to remain fully anonymous, not showing his face or giving his name.
He lives near the apartment where Tampa police found two men shot dead after a teen led them there, admitting he’d killed eh,.
“Things happen, but it’s the proximity to which I am to the event, as well as the details that have been slowly released,” the man said.
Police said Devon Arthurs first went to a smoke shop Friday afternoon, where he took out a gun and told the two people to get on the ground and that he had killed someone.
Police convinced him to let those people go and turn himself in.
According to the police report, he then confessed he’d shot 22-year-old Jeremy Himmelman and 18-year-old Andrew Oneshuck at their apartment across the street from the sop. He told investigators the three shared a common neo-Nazi belief, until he converted to Islam.
Source: Police: Neo-Nazi converts to Islam, kills roommates who don’t approve | abc7chicago.com
The complaint of a single resident of a planned community of hundreds of homes in California prompted the homeowners association board to banish four Christian groups that had been meeting in a common building, some for nearly a decade.But board members Karyl Ralles, Tom Burch, Jim Griffin, Kay Marks and Steve Steiber now face the possibility of a huge liability for what Christian group members describe as a violation of their civil rights.A judge in a California court has refused to dismiss claims for punitive damages against the board members.The Pacific Justice Institute, representing Christians who live in the Solera at Kern Canyon community in Bakersfield, California, said Thursday a judge in Kern County Superior Court has denied four motions on behalf of the association, its board of directors and its general manager to strike a request for punitive damages.“The court observed that the allegations, if proved, would be akin to racism and other forms of civil rights violations justifying punitive damages,” PJI said.
Source: Judge: Homeowners’ board may owe Christians punitive damages