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Muslim Sex Attacks Rock 6 Countries
Jan 9th, 2016
Daily News
WND
Categories: Contemporary Issues

Women in at least six countries across Europe are paying the price for their leaders’ decision to welcome millions of migrants from cultures deeply hostile to Western values.

A wave of sexual assaults in Cologne, Germany, on New Year’s Eve – and the media cover-up that followed – enraged local citizens. The backlash grew as it became apparent that similar attacks happened in Bielefeld, Duesseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Stuttgart.

Over 100 sexual assaults and robberies were perpetrated by Arabic and North African migrants last Friday in Cologne, but Germany is not alone.

The list of countries that have reported a spike in sexual attacks since taking in migrants include:

  • Austria: Police allegedly tried to cover up evidence of sex attacks in Vienna, Breitbart London reported Friday.
  • Finland: Police told Agence-France Presse there was “widespread sexual harassment” at a New Year’s Eve event where 1,000 asylum seekers congregated.
  • France: Two Afghan migrants were arrested in connection with an attempted rape on a passenger train in Paris, Le Parisien reported Thursday.
  • Germany: A police officer in Cologne told Express.de on Thursday that 14 suspects in custody came from Syria; one came from Afghanistan.
  • Sweden: At least nine women were groped by gangs of migrants in Kalmar.
  • Switzerland: Six women said they were sexually harassed at a New Year’s Eve event in Zurich, SWI reported Thursday. The attacks were described by the website as “Cologne-style.”

“The idea of multicultural Europe has failed,” Robert Fico, the prime minister of Slovakia, said on Friday, the Telegraph reported. “The migrants cannot be integrated; it’s simply impossible.”

Fico said there was a “clear link” between the sex attacks and the influx of refugees to European nations.

Finnish police echoed what their counterparts in Germany said about crime taking on a wholly different dimension with the arrival of refugees.

“There hasn’t been this kind of harassment on previous New Year’s Eves or other occasions for that matter. This is a completely new phenomenon in Helsinki,” Ilkka Koskimaki, the city’s deputy police chief, told AFP. “The suspects were asylum seekers. The three were caught and taken into custody on the spot.”

Gunnar Norgren, a police officer in Kalmar, Sweden, had an identical assessment when asked about teenage sex-attack victims in his city.

“We have not really had this phenomenon before. Had it been a single report, someone being groped on the dance floor, then yes, they’ve happened, naturally. But … this is something new,” Norgren said, Expressen reported Wednesday.

Terrorism expert Brigitte Gabriel told WND and Radio America on Friday that Europe’s crisis is a harbinger of America’s future if it follows German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s lead. Germany ushered in 1.1 million migrants from the Middle East and North Africa in 2015.

“This is a preview as to what’s coming into our own nation in the United States, once we start bringing and importing these refugees,” said Gabriel.

Gabriel, a victim of terrorism in Lebanon years ago, is founder of Act for America and author of “They Must Be Stopped: Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Can Do It.”

“Remember, these refugees are coming from societies that have no respect for women,” she said. “They treat women as property. They treat women as a subject to be used and abused. Men abuse their wives, beat their wives, rape their wives.”

Gabriel continued, “In Islamic countries, there is no such thing as rape because the Quran gives the right to a man to do whatever he wants to his wife because she is his property.”

She said the West is seeing those attitudes clash severely with Western values.

“What we are seeing in Europe is the importation of a culture that is completely opposed to everything we stand for and believe in,” Gabriel said. “It’s a completely different way of thinking. So when these refugees are looking at German women or Finnish women – or any lady – as something to be used, especially if they are infidel women.”

Gabriel said the clash of cultures is getting far worse because European nations did not insist on Muslim assimilation decades ago.

"Europe didn't make them assimilate," she said. "They said, 'OK, we understand. You're different than we are. We understand that as long as you live in your neighborhoods and your areas, do whatever you want, your own things, your own Shariah courts. We don't really care as long as you give us cheap labor.'

"This philosophy is coming back to bite Europe because the Europeans did not pay attention as to how Muslims were not integrating into European societies for the last 20-30 years," Gabriel said.

She also said this nightmare is coming to the U.S.

"This is a preview of what is coming to any country or society that imports Islamic refugees who come from the Middle East or any other Islamic country," Gabriel warned.

She said the first thing Western nations must do is enforce their laws.

"We can fight back democratically by enforcing our laws and saying we cannot allow refugees here," Gabriel said. "We do not know who they are. We cannot vet them. We have no intelligence about them."

German elites are responding to the wave of sexual assaults by Arabic and North African migrants on New Year’s Eve by cracking down on alleged hate speech on Facebook, Google and Twitter.

Politicians are worried that an environment eerily similar to the 1920s and the rise of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party in the 1920s is forming.

Julia Kloeckner, the head of Merkel’s CDU party in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, called the attacks a wake-up call on Friday.

"I think we really need to take off the blinkers," she said, the Telegraph reported. 

Let the Headlines Speak
Jan 9th, 2016
Daily News
From the Internet
Categories: Today's Headlines

Damascus says ready for talks, wants list of 'terrorist groups'
Syria's government told a U.N. envoy on Saturday it was ready to take part in Geneva peace talks scheduled for Jan. 25 but said it wanted to know which opposition figures would participate. Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem, who met U.N. envoy Staffan de Mistura in Damascus, also demanded a list of groups that would be classified as terrorist, Syrian state media reported.  

Islam Set To Become The Second-Largest Religion In America By 2040
The American Muslim population stands a strong chance of doubling in size by 2050 and becoming the second largest religion by 2040, based on new estimates from the Pew Research Center. At the moment, Pew believes that there’s approximately 3.3 million Muslims living in the United States. Given the total U.S. population, this means that Muslims currently comprise 1 percent. But by 2050, Pew thinks that Muslims may surge to 8.1 million.  

Disclosure: Another 41 Foreign-Born Individuals Snagged On Terror Charges
Following the discovery of a terrorist cell in Texas allegedly operated by an Iraqi who entered the United States as a refugee, the Washington Free Beacon has learned of an additional 41 individuals who have been implicated in terrorist plots in the United States since 2014, bringing the total number of terrorists discovered since that time to 113, according to information provided by Congressional sources.  

Dow closes down triple digits as stocks end one of worst first weeks ever
U.S. stocks closed about 1 percent lower Friday, ending the year's first trading week with sharp losses as concerns about China and global economic slowdown persisted. ( Tweet This ) The Dow Jones industrial average and S&P 500 had their worst first five-day performance of a year in history, according to data from Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst at S&P Dow Jones Indices.  

EPA, FDA stocking up on body armor during President Obama’s watch
As the U.S. engages in a national debate over the militarization of the police, federal data shows that government agencies...are spending tens of millions...to purchase SWAT and military-style equipment. Since FY 2006, 44 traditionally administrative agencies have spent over $71 million on items like body armor, riot helmets and shields, cannon launchers and police firearms and ammunition...  

Watchdog: Feds paid Amtrak worker to spy on passengers
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration inappropriately paid an Amtrak employee more than $850,000 over 20 years to provide information on passengers who may be smuggling drugs, according a report from the Justice Department's Office of Inspector General. ...OIG said it made no sense for the DEA to pay these people for information, as they are already required by law to offer it up for free.  

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott calls for Convention of States to take back states’ rights
Gov. Greg Abbott, aiming to spark a national conversation about states’ rights, said Friday that he wants Texas to lead the call for a convention to amend the U.S. Constitution and wrest power from a federal government “run amok.” “If we are going to fight for, protect and hand on to the next generation, the freedom that [President] Reagan spoke of … then we have to take the lead to restore the rule of law in America,”...  

Egypt attack: Three tourists stabbed at Hurghada hotel
Three foreign tourists have been stabbed by two suspected Islamic State militants stormed into a hotel in Egypt's Red Sea resort of Hurghada. The attackers, armed with knives, were shot by police at the Bella Vista hotel after they attacked two Austrian guests and a Swede, officials say. One assailant was killed and the other injured, officials say.  

Cologne attacks: Merkel considers tougher migrant laws
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she will consider changes to make it easier to deport migrants who commit crimes, after the New Year's Eve sex attacks on women in Cologne, The attacks, which victims say were carried out by men of North African and Arab appearance, have called into question her open-door migrant policy.  

Mexican drug lord ‘El Chapo’ recaptured months after brazen escape
The world’s most wanted drug lord, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, was recaptured by Mexican security forces Friday after a fierce pre-dawn gun battle in a western city that left five people dead, authorities said.  

3 reasons for concern about the Chinese economy
A scary sell-off in Chinese stocks is magnifying concerns about the health of the world's second-biggest economy.  

Cruz dismisses 'swamp theories' on citizenship
Ted Cruz distanced himself from his family's connections to Canada, saying Friday that his family never voted in Canada. "The Internet has all sorts of fevered swamp theories, but the facts are simple," Cruz told CNN's Jake Tapper in an interview set to air on Sunday on "State of the Union." "My mom was born in Wilmington, Delaware. She was an American citizen by birth. She's been an American citizen all 81 years of her life. She's never been a citizen of any other place."  

Philadelphia police: Man who tried to kill officer pledged allegiance to the Islamic State
A police officer in Philadelphia was shot multiple times late Thursday by an attacker who later said he had pledged loyalty to the Islamic State, officials said Friday.  

Powerball fever sweeps California as the jackpot climbs to $800 million
At the end of a nearly 30-person line at the Bluebird liquor store in Hawthorne, Mark Willis clutched his blue lottery ticket holder. The lettering on the thin plastic booklet, which he calls his “book of dreams,” was faded.  

Militia groups meet with leaders of Oregon occupation, pledge support
Members of self-styled militia groups met on Friday with armed protesters occupying a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon, pledging support for their cause, if not their methods, and offering to act as a peace-keeping force in the week-long standoff over land rights.  

Smoking Gun: Email Suggests Hillary Broke Law
The latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails released by the State Department early Friday contain what may be the smoking gun that forces the Justice Department to charge the former secretary of state with a crime, according to former federal prosecutor Joseph diGenova.  

North Korea warns of war over South's propaganda broadcasts
North Korea warned of war as South Korea on Saturday continued blasting anti-Pyongyang propaganda across the rivals' tense border in retaliation for the North's purported fourth nuclear test. 

Islamic State member executes his mother in Syria: monitor
An Islamic State militant executed his mother in public in the Syrian city of Raqqa because she had encouraged him to leave the group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Friday. The woman in her 40s had warned her son that a U.S.-backed alliance would wipe out Islamic State and had encouraged him to leave the city with her.  

Gunman in Tel Aviv shooting spree killed by Israeli police
The man wanted for the murder of three people in a Tel Aviv shooting spree was shot and killed by Israeli police Friday in the northern part of the country, investigators revealed. The gunman had been identified as Nashat Milhem, an Arab from northern Israel who had been working at a grocery store in Tel Aviv before the attack.  

Germany publishes 'Mein Kampf' for 1st time since WWII
An annotated edition of "Mein Kampf," the first version of Adolf Hitler's notorious manifesto to be published in Germany since the end of World War II, went on sale Friday in an effort to demystify the book and debunk the Nazi leader's writing.  

Dow Tumbles Nearly 400 Points on China Worries
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell nearly 400 points Thursday as steep falls in Chinese equities spilled over to global markets Thursday’s selloff came after the People’s Bank of China made its largest downward adjustment to the yuan since August.  

Its About Hating and Killing: Former Muslim Woman Turned Christian Seeks to Spread Truth About Islam
Jan 9th, 2016
Commentary
Christian News
Categories: Contemporary Issues

Walter-compressed

A former Muslim woman turned Christian says that she now works to tell others the truth about Islam after she began reading the Koran and was disturbed about its contents and the life of Mohammed.

Mona Walter moved to Sweden from Somalia as a war refugee while a teenager. It was there that she says that she began reading the Koran for the first time, as in Somalia she lived more as a cultural Muslim and wasn’t familiar with the tenets of her religion.

“I didn’t know what I was a part of. I didn’t know who Mohammed was. I didn’t know who Allah was,” Walter told CBN News. “So, when I found out, I was upset. I was sad and I was disappointed.”

She said she learned that Islam is not about peace, but killing the infidel.

“It’s about hating and killing those who disagree with Islam. It’s about conquering,” Walter stated. “Mohammed, he was immoral. He was a bloodthirsty man. He was terrible man, and Muslims can read that in his biography: what he did to Jews, how he raped women, how he killed people. I mean, he killed everyone who didn’t agree with him.”

Walter left Islam and lived as an atheist for a time, until a family member encouraged her to read the Bible. She said that she was impacted by Matthew 5:44, where Jesus taught that men must love their enemies.

“It was very strange for me to ‘love your enemy,’ because in Islam it is ‘kill your enemy.’ ‘Kill your enemy and anyone who refuses Islam,'” Walter stated. “But Jesus Christ was all about love and peace and forgiveness and tolerance, and for some reason, I needed that.”

She soon turned to Christ, and decided to show other Muslim women in Sweden the truth about Islam.

“Sometimes they listen and sometimes they become very upset,” Walter told CBN. “I tell them, ‘You know your husband has a right to beat you if you don’t obey him?’ And they say, ‘No, it does not say that.’ ‘Yes, it does say that.’ I thought if I tell them about Mohammed and about the Koran and about this god of Islam who hates, who kills, … maybe they will have a choice and leave.”

And while she says that she receives death threats for speaking against the Islamic faith, Walter states that she is going to continue to reach others with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Is Your Church Doing Spiritual Formation? (important Reasons Why They Should not)
Jan 9th, 2016
Commentary
Lighthouse Trails
Categories: Warning

Is your church involved in a Spiritual Formation program? If so, you might want to ask the question, what exactly is Spiritual Formation? It’s a fair question, and one that, if not asked, could end up surprising you when your church changes in ways you never imagined.

A Christianity Today article states: “Spiritual Formation is in.” The article defines Spiritual Formation in this way:

Formation, like the forming of a pot from clay, brings to mind shaping and molding, helping something potential become something actual. Spiritual formation speaks of a shaping process with reference to the spiritual dimension of a person’s life. Christian spiritual formation thus refers to the process by which believers become more fully conformed and united to Christ.1

Such a definition would hardly send up red flags. But what this definition excludes is how this “process” of conforming and uniting to Christ takes place and who is eligible to participate in such a process.

The “how” is done through spiritual disciplines, primarily through the discipline of the silence. The silence is an altered state that is reached through a mantra-like meditation, breath prayers, or some other meditative practice. The idea behind it is that if you go into this silent state, you will eliminate distractions (thoughts) and be able to hear God’s voice. He in turn will transform you to be like Christ. The “who” (who can practice these disciplines and become like Christ) is anyone (according to Spiritual Formation pioneer Richard Foster and other proponents of Spiritual Formation). A Christian, a Buddhist, a Muslim, even an atheist—anyone at all can benefit from the spiritual disciplines and become like Christ (the question is which Christ?).

Richard Foster, the “Father” of the Evangelical Spiritual Formation Movement

Now many evangelical seminaries offer programs in spiritual formation. Renovare, which Richard Foster and others founded in 1989 to cultivate spiritual formation (especially among evangelicals), today offers retreats and resources worldwide.2

In 1989, Richard Foster began an organization called Renovare, but eleven years earlier (1978) his book Celebration of Discipline first came out, and that has been a Spiritual Formation primer ever since. The following quote by Foster, written in a “pastoral letter” sheds light on the roots of Spiritual Formation (the Catholic Church) as well as how prolific it is today:

When I first began writing in the field in the late 70s and early 80s the term “Spiritual Formation” was hardly known, except for highly specialized references in relation to the Catholic orders. Today it is a rare person who has not heard the term. Seminary courses in Spiritual Formation proliferate like baby rabbits. Huge numbers are seeking to become certified as Spiritual Directors to answer the cry of multiplied thousands for spiritual direction.3

Countless evangelical leaders have gotten on Foster’s Spiritual Formation bandwagon. One example is Rick Warren who considers the Spiritual Formation movement to be a worthy wake-up call to the evangelical church:

From time to time God has raised up a parachurch movement to reemphasize a neglected purpose of the church. . . . [the] Spiritual Formation Movement. A reemphasis on developing believers to full maturity has been the focus . . . authors such as . . . Richard Foster and Dallas Willard have underscored the importance of building up Christians and establishing personal spiritual disciplines. . . . [this] movement has a valid message for the church . . . [it] has given the body a wake-up call.4

There are some who are deeply concerned about this movement. Author and missionary Roger Oakland expresses concern about this supposedly “valid message” and says Spiritual Formation came upon the church like an unsuspecting avalanche:

A move away from the truth of God’s Word to a mystical form of Christianity has infiltrated, to some degree, nearly all evangelical denominations. Few Bible teachers saw this avalanche coming. Now that it is underway, most do not realize it has even happened.5

Oakland explains how this paradigm shift has come about:

As the Word of God becomes less and less important, the rise in mystical experiences escalates, and these experiences are presented to convince the unsuspecting that Christianity is about feeling, touching, smelling, and seeing God. The postmodern mindset is the perfect environment for fostering Spiritual Formation. This term suggests there are various ways and means to get closer to God and to emulate him.6

So exactly what is Spiritual Formation, and what is its premise? In this booklet, we hope to answer these questions.

The Merton Effect
When Richard Foster told research analyst and author Ray Yungen that “Thomas Merton tried to awaken God’s people,”7 what he meant was that Thomas Merton saw one element missing within Christianity—the mystical element. Merton had learned from a Hindu swami named Dr. Bramachari that one could obtain mystical properties from Catholic mystics like the Desert Fathers and didn’t need to leave one’s own tradition to do it.8 But Merton realized that most Christians didn’t know about this. So, he set out to bring mysticism (i.e., contemplative prayer) to the Catholic and Christian world. However, Merton died a sudden early death in 1968 and was unable to accomplish his goal. But somewhere between 1968 and 1978, Richard Foster picked up the mantle of Thomas Merton and carried it forward.* Now today, untold numbers of churches (and millions of people) are going forth with Thomas Merton’s (and Richard Foster’s) message of Spiritual Formation. To understand the true nature of Spiritual Formation, consider the following quotes by Thomas Merton, Richard Foster’s mentor:

I intend to become as good a Buddhist as I can.9

It is a glorious destiny to be a member of the human race . . . now I realize what we all are. . . . If only they [people] could all see themselves as they really are . . . I suppose the big problem would be that we would fall down and worship each other. . . . At the center of our being is a point of nothingness which is untouched by sin and by illusions, a point of pure truth. . . . This little point . . . is the pure glory of God in us. It is in everybody.10 (emphasis mine)

I believe that by openness to Buddhism, to Hinduism, and to these great Asian [mystical] traditions, we stand a wonderful chance of learning more about the potentiality of our own Christian traditions.11

The most important need in the Christian world today is this inner truth nourished by this Spirit of contemplation . . . Without contemplation and interior prayer the Church cannot fulfill her mission to transform and save mankind.12

This “Spirit of contemplation” is what fuels the Spiritual Formation movement. Merton believed that God dwelled in all people and that we are, in fact, all a part of God. Richard Foster has done much to carry forward Merton’s message through the Spiritual Formation movement. The question you must ask yourself is, do you believe what Merton said? If not, then Spiritual Formation does not belong in your church or in your family’s spiritual structure.

In essence, Spiritual Formation is carrying on the Hindu message of: God is in all things (panentheism), and God is all things (pantheism). If such a message is true, then the Gospel message of Jesus Christ—that man is sinful, that he is heading for eternal destruction because of sin, and that he needs a Savior—would become null and void.

Discovery of Water Deep Below Earth
Jan 9th, 2016
Commentary
Christian News
Categories: Creation - Evolution

Scientists who have long been puzzled by the origins of Earth’s water are beginning to believe it originated deep inside of the planet—just like the Bible describes.

Where did our planet’s water come from? This question remains a hotly-debated issue among geologists and astronomers, who concede that it is still largely a mystery. Evolutionists who believe the Earth was originally a hot molten sphere abounding with toxic gases have struggled to make sense of the abundance of water currently on our planet.

“Water is so vital to our survival, but strangely enough, we don’t know the first thing about it—literally the first,” wrote Brian Greene in a “Smithsonian Magazine” article. “Where does water, a giver and taker of life on planet Earth, come from?”

Some scientists have postulated that Earth’s water must have come from external sources, like asteroids. Perhaps they collided with Earth billions of years ago and thereby brought liquid water to the planet.

The Bible tells a different story. According to Genesis, God initially created Earth as a water-covered sphere (1:1-2), then separated the waters from the waters to create the sky or atmosphere (1:7). Later, during the Great Flood, the Bible describes “the fountains of the great deep” breaking open and inundating the globe with water (7:11).

New scientific findings seem to support the Bible’s account. A report published recently in the journal “Nature” proposes that water actually originated deep inside of the Earth. The report is based on research conducted by an international team of a dozen scientists.

“The ultimate origin of water in the Earth’s hydrosphere is in the deep Earth—the mantle,” the scientists wrote in their report.

The scientists say a layer of the Earth’s mantle about 250 to 410 miles below the surface “could be a major repository for water” and “have a key role in terrestrial magmatism and plate tectonics.”

The researchers based their findings on diamonds discovered in Brazil that originated deep inside the mantle of the Earth. They found a water-rich mineral—ringwoodite—inside the diamonds, leading them to believe that copious amounts of water may exist deep below Earth’s surface.

“The presence of hydrous ringwoodite in a diamond from transition-zone depths supports the view that high fluid activity, notably that of water, has a key role in the genesis of ultradeep diamonds,” the scientists explained in their nine-page report.

Graham Pearson, a Canadian geochemist who led the diamond study, said their findings suggest underground water is abundant.

“It’s actually the confirmation that there is a very, very large amount of water that’s trapped in a really distinct layer in the deep Earth,” he said, according to “Live Science.” “It translates into a very, very large mass of water, approaching the sort of mass of water that’s present in all the world’s ocean.”

Scientists stress that these findings are not conclusive and the subject remains controversial. However, the new evidence of plentiful underground water appear to confirm the Bible’s records that “the earth was formed out of water and through water by the word of God” (2 Peter 3:5).

 

Cologne Mayor to Victims of Migrant Sex Assaults: You Asked for It
Jan 9th, 2016
Daily News
frontpagemag,.com
Categories: Contemporary Issues

Feminism dies on multiculturalism’s sacrificial altar

On New Year’s Eve in Cologne, Germany, around 1,000 Muslim migrants congregated by the city’s main train station, where they sexually assaulted numerous women and gleefully defied police; one officer recounted that the attackers showed a lack of respect for the police “like I have never experienced in my 29 years of public service.” An attacker crowed,  “I’m a Syrian! You have to treat me kindly! Mrs. Merkel invited me.” In response, Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker has vowed to make sure that women change their behavior, so that they don’t provoke the poor dears to sexual assault again.

That’s right. As hard as it may seem to believe, Reker blamed the victims, and declared that corrective measures would be taken. She said: “The women and young girls have to be more protected in the future so these things don’t happen again.” She didn’t mean protected by police. “This means,” Reker continued, “they should go out and have fun, but they need to be better prepared, especially with the Cologne carnival coming up. For this, we will publish online guidelines that these young women can read through to prepare themselves.”

Reker’s words recalled a hadith in which Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, said to a Muslim woman: “‘O Asma, when a woman reaches the age of menstruation, it does not suit her that she displays her parts of body except this and this,’ and he pointed to her face and hands.” (Sunan Abu Dawud 4092) The idea behind a woman covering everything except her face and hands is rooted in the assumption that if a man is tempted by her, it’s her fault. She can therefore try to quell that temptation by removing its impetus and covering up. If she fails to do so, or if she covers up and is attacked anyway, the fault lies entirely with her, and her family can cleanse itself of the dishonor she has brought upon them by putting her to death.

There is no room in this web of assumptions, which is all too common in the Islamic world, for the idea that if a man rapes or sexually assaults a woman, he bears the guilt. The guilt is all on his victim.

And now, Henriette Reker has shown us yet again that when multiculturalism and feminism come into conflict, multiculturalism always wins – at least when it comes to Islam. Feminists have been telling the world for decades that it is outrageous and wrong to say that a rape victim was “asking for it” because of the way she was dressed. But now, Reker has said essentially just that: if only the women in Cologne had been properly “prepared,” you see, if only they had access to the “guidelines” she is cooking up, then all would have been well. Reker said nothing about getting Muslim migrants “prepared” for life in Germany, and has made no announcement about issuing any “guidelines” for them about how to keep themselves from molesting women.

No, for Reker, as for Islamic supremacists everywhere, the responsibility to prevent sexual assault lies solely with the women. What, then, will her “guidelines” direct the non-Muslim women of Cologne to do? If she is consistent, they will tell women to buy a niqab. Buy a burqa. Or at very least to “dress modestly.” The “guidelines” will remind women that if they get attacked by migrants, it’s their own fault, as they should have been more careful.

And so Cologne’s Mayor slips without any evident hesitation into the Sharia mindset that it is entirely the woman’s responsibility to avoid tempting men, and entirely her fault if she is attacked.

The rape of captive non-Muslim women is sanctioned in Islamic tradition. One of Muhammad’s followers recounted:

No, for Reker, as for Islamic supremacists everywhere, the responsibility to prevent sexual assault lies solely with them women. What, then, will her “guidelines” direct the non-Muslim women of Cologne to do? If she is consistent, they will tell women to buy a niqab. Buy a burqa. Or at very least to “dress modestly.” The “guidelines” will remind women that if they get attacked by migrants, it’s their own fault, as they should have been more careful.

And so Cologne’s Mayor slips without any evident hesitation into the Sharia mindset that it is entirely the woman’s responsibility to avoid tempting men, and entirely her fault if she is attacked.

The rape of captive non-Muslim women is sanctioned in Islamic tradition. One of Muhammad’s followers recounted:


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