Posted by: 7zl1n38ksbn3 | July 11, 2010

The Eurabian Nights: Part 4

What is Eurabia?

Islamic militants want to turn the whole of Europe into a carbon copy of Saudi Arabia. In Saudi Arabia, life is governed by ‘Wahabism’, the richest and most extreme version of Islam in the world. If the extremists succeed, they will rename Europe – ‘Eurabia’. Such a scenario will be a utopia for the extremists and a nightmare for the rest of us. They must be stopped.

Every Day Life in the Coming Eurabia

To see what life will be like for us, our families and our children if the Muslim extremists get their way and usher in the nightmare that is Eurabia, we need to look at some examples of everyday life in Saudi Arabia. By so doing, we can begin to realise exactly what the future will hold for Britain if their scheme is successful.

Saudi Arabia has its own religious police, a largely unaccountable force of bigoted thugs who roam the streets with impunity and exercise the kind of power that would make the worst excesses of the Spanish Inquisition blush with embarrassment. They ensure that: shops close during prayer time; women observe a strict dress code; and women do not mix with unrelated males. People have died in their custody. One brave Saudi columnist admitted that the religious police enjoyed immunity of any kind of accountability, said that they have “have taken on the role of the policeman, judge and jury”.

According to Saudi newspapers, in 2002 this religious police force ‘stopped’ schoolgirls from leaving a burning building because, in their opinion, the girls were not wearing the correct Islamic dress. 15 girls died in the fire and 50 were injured. One witness said that he saw 3 policemen “beating young girls to prevent them from leaving the school because they were not wearing the abaya (an Islamic over garment)”. The Saudi Gazette quoted witnesses saying that the police had stopped men who tried to help the girls, warning “it is sinful to approach them”. The father of one dead girl said that the school watchman even refused to open the gates and let the girls out (that’s right – the school was locked at the time of the fire, this is a usual practice performed in order to comply with strict Islamic guidelines).

In Saudi Arabia, a Nigerian convert to Islam, fired with zeal to do a righteous act, helped a sick woman. He had no idea however that, in doing so, he would fall fowl of the country’s strict religious police. Why? He placed himself in the presence of a woman who was not a relative. For this ‘crime’, he was imprisoned for over 50 days. Ibrahim Mohammed Lawal learned that his neighbour, a 63 year old woman, needed medical attention. So he took her to various hospitals, all of whom (with the exception of one) refused to treat her. He thought that he was merely doing a good deed. He said: “Four or five Saudis, whom I had seen outside the building before, barged in. They accused me of being alone with the woman unrelated to me and suspected my intention behind this visit to her apartment.” Interestingly enough, the religious police also ‘confiscated’ this man’s money.

In 2007, an appeal court in Saudi Arabia sentenced a gang-rape victim to 200 lashes and a 6 month jail sentence. According to the Arab News, this 19 year old girl was gang-raped 14 times in the attack. One official was quoted as saying that the judges had specifically decided to punish the girl for trying to aggravate and influence the judiciary through the media (the religious police aren’t great fans of press freedom, perhaps they see it as un-Islamic?). In addition, just to add insult to injury, the victim’s lawyer was suspended from the case, had his licence to work confiscated and faced a disciplinary session.

Remember! This is how they treat their own fellow Muslims in Saudi Arabia. Imagine how much worse it would be for non-Muslims in such a society. Is there no depth to which Saudi Arabia’s depraved system of ‘justice’ will not sink? If you are British and still value your freedom, are you going to just stand back and watch this happen to our country?

The Ulster Defence League Opposes Eurabia

As an organisation that seeks to oppose Islamic extremism, the Ulster Defence League has issued a series of leaflets on the subject entitled ‘Eurabian Nights’. Let it be clear that we are not anti-Muslim, neither are we presenting an anti-Muslim thesis. We do not question the fact that there are moderate, peace-loving, law-abiding, hard-working Muslims living throughout Europe who are a credit to the nations in which they live. Like these moderate Muslims, we are not anti-Muslim, we are pro-freedom and therefore anti-Eurabia. If, like us, you believe that radical Islam must be stopped, please support the Ulster Defence League.


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