Wednesday, August 28, 2013


The Muslim Brotherhood, Sharia Law, Arab Spring... and all the rest of the Islamic terms and 'catch phrases' that we've all seen and heard in the papers and on the news in the past couple of years.

How many of us understand and really know what we're hearing and seeing? Do we really understand all of this?

In recent weeks we've been bombarded with news stories about the revolution in Egypt, AlQueda in the middle-east, atrocities in Syria and the nuclear threat from Iran.  Terrible stories, all!

But do we really understand?

I want to focus on 'Sharia Law' which is the religious law of Islam. It is very strict by Western standards. It favors the men of Islam and subjugates Islamic women. If an Islamic man accuses his wife or a female member of his family of virtually any crime, the woman or girl has no defense at all. She is at the mercy of the man and his sense of 'Honor' within the family. She has virtually no rights of her own.

When a Radical Muslim man takes offense at something a woman or girl in his family says or does, he takes his retribution out on her by using a knife or battery acid on the woman's face. For extreme offenses, the female may be beheaded. An extreme offense may be nothing more than ridiculing a man in public or in front of his friends or associates or something as terrible as blasphemy - speaking against Allah or Mohammad.

There are many in the United States who would like to see Sharia Law be implemented here. Are you kidding me? 

The terrible thing about this is that many in our government, both Federal and State, are leaning toward this concept. There is already a movement to make it against the law to ridicule the Islamic Prophet, Mohammad. It would be a 'hate crime' to do so. This is very hard to take considering the freedoms of speech that we enjoy in this country. 


What is happening to our First Amendment rights of free speech? Lawmakers are afraid of the repercussions from Radical Islam if we fail to enact this law. They'd better be more afraid of us if they do enact this law.

You ask yourself, "What would be so wrong with having a mandatory religious code based upon morals and honor"?  Well, Christians already have such a code, although it's certainly not mandatory, thanks to our Bill of Rights. It's called the 'Ten Commandments'. Most of our laws covering public and private behavior are based upon these ten rules.

Let's take a look at how this is working out in predominantly Muslim nations.

Warning!  Graphic Content!

The following photos are of Muslim women who displeased their husbands or their communities. Not having committed any other crime other than making their male family members feel less manly, less in charge, less respected.

Keep in mind that Real MANLY men committed these acts of horrible violence:

I'm sure her husband feels more manly now!

Before and after - She must have been really bad

What could this girl have possibly done to deserve this?

Well, she probably talked back to her husband in public. Made him feel foolish.

Servers her right. Right?
She feels like she was lucky to have been spared her Husband's wrath

What kind of life will this girl have now?

Is she thanking Allah for his mercy that her Husband loved her enough to keep her alive? 

Or is she wishing that she had died?

How would you feel having to spend the rest of your life looking like this?
You can tell that this woman was once very attractive

Who, in our country would do this to someone they claim to love?

Obviously a bright, attractive girl. Ruined for life

This little girl must have really made her father (or Husband) angry.

She must have been listening to Western music on her i-Pod.
At least this woman has her son to care for her

These photos are difficult to look at. I know that.

This is a graphic indication of the hateful, animalistic and warped sense of justice that comes with Sharia Law.

If Muslims treat their loved ones in this manner to uphold their self-importance and their manhood. If they truly feel that these actions represent the dictates of their God and their culture... then I want none of it.

This is their religion. This is how they're taught to behave in a modern society.

Do we really need Sharia Law to slowly creep into OUR society?

This is not just a protester's sign - It's what they truly believe!

Surely she deserved this

I sincerely apologize for making you look at these photographs. They are truly horrendous!

I felt that you needed to see the true faces of Sharia Law as interpreted by Radical Islamists. This is what a lot of people in this country are considering. They say, well, it can't be that bad!

Yeah.... It's that bad.

This is what we have to face if we lose the war against terrorism, against Radical Islamists!

Just so you understand, not all followers of Islam believe this way and not all followers of Islam condone these atrocities. Just the members of the radical sects, such as the Wahabbi sect, mostly from Saudi Arabia and their ilk.

It seems to me that not all Muslims are terrorists, but all terrorists seem to be Muslims. 

Whenever we see this subject come up in the news - Speak Up! If we sit back and believe that it will never happen here... it can't happen to us... we will find ourselves right in the thick of it.

All it takes for evil to succeed, is for good people to sit idly by and do nothing. It CAN happen here.

I have no clever comment to end this. 

Thank you for taking the time to read this post. If you feel that it will help, feel free to tell your friends about this and direct them here so that they may see this for themselves.

Geezer ... out.


  1. Holy crap Geezer!

    This is terrible. Who would do this to a female? For any reason! Animals!


    1. Unfortunately, this IS happening and there seems to be no end in sight.

      Thanks for being my best supporter George. I appreciate that you read everything I write.


  2. Thank to you mister geezer for making aware the problem we womens are have in Afghanistan and other place.
    This not the baddest it is seen. even mor terribel for us that pictuers not show!!!
    Bless you for making our evil problem to go public

    1. Thank YOU Fatima, for taking the time to read my Blog. I feel humbled to be contacted by you.

      This terrible problem exists in he Middle East but it is touching the hearts of many in the United States. I wish there were more that I and my countrymen could do to ease your suffering and to end this problem.

      Please be brave and know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  3. While everything you posted is pretty factual, I'd like to point out that it is not just the Middle East, Afghanistan, and Islam that has this type of behavior as a norm. It's seen often in India as well and in other countries that are not Islam based. For that matter, the US is leaning towards it here bit by bit. Bills before congress to remove birth control coverage for women; a teacher given only 30 days for raping a 14 year old girl in Washington state. A presidential candidate declaring that if a woman is raped and gets pregnant then it's not really rape because, in his eyes, if she didn't want to be pregnant the egg wouldn't have been fertilized by the rapist's sperm. That same candidate was previously a science adviser of all things!! *facepalm*

    With the expiration of the civil rights act many states are enacting new voting standards...with some proponents pushing towards going back to colonial times where only property owners should be allowed to vote, and others pushing to disallow blacks and hispanics voting access, and of course along with it, removing women from being able to vote (not surprising since women now account for 51% of the voting public now). Some are advocating that the unemployment and economic problems in the country would be best solved by going back to the days of women not being allowed in the work force except for specific jobs (teacher or nurse).

    It was not long ago that women's healthcare decisions were solely delegated to the husband. Some states still will not allow a woman to get her tubes tied without her husband's permission! It was not long ago that if a woman was raped, the charge would be dismissed if the rapist agreed to marry the woman. It was not long ago that short of killing his wife, a husband would not be charged with beating her.

    That's here in the United States, not some foreign country! That's here in christian dominant America. Bit by bit the progress made in the last 100 years is being broken down and while it may not be Islamic Sharia law imposed, it instead will be government imposed. To me, that is even more scary and fearsome than Islamic Sharia.

    1. Jeni,

      Everything you said is true. There is a lot of stuff going on in this country that goes against the common sense of this nation.

      I do want o comment on one of the things you brought up, though.

      What is wrong with requiring a registered voter to present proof of that registration? It's not like the old Jim Crow laws that required a literacy test, the paying of a poll tax, etc.

      Registration is free, it takes 10 minutes and it insures the "one person - one vote" law.

      Voting in this country SHOULD be limited only to US Citizens, otherwise we'd get someone who is absolutely NOT qualified for the office that they're running for.... like our current President.

      I have a voter registration card and I have to show it every time I vote. Anyone who is voting legally should not mind having to produce one. It's not a matter of discrimination - it's a matter of common sense.

  4. "Religion of peace and love" my ass.

    Scott "BreakPapaLizard" on BCUSA

  5. Wonderful posting. I do agree with Jeni and her comment. Churches, Government and and Supreme Court all seem to want to have a say in what women can or can not do with their own bodies. I fear any religion that is extreme, that includes radical Christians.

    Violence against women is a worldwide problem. Here is a link to a current ad campaign in India that is unique to help stem the has met with mixed reviews - many women feeling that it contributes to the problem.


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