Monday, April 28, 2014

Ukraine Muslims: Death to Beauty Contestant!

Here we go again: not in an Arab country this time, but way up in another of today's "hot spots," the poor, besieged Ukraine. Katya Koren, a 19 year old Muslim girl, had the unprecedented audacity to participate in a beauty pageant. The response of local Muslims? Well, what would you expect? They stoned her to death. After all, this is the "religion of peace," whose spokesmen are constantly bleating about how Islam "honors" women.

Quoting from this story in the London Daily Mail:

"A teenage Muslim girl was stoned to death under 'Sharia law' after taking part in a beauty contest in Ukraine. Katya Koren, 19, was found dead in a village in the Crimea region near her home. Friends said she liked wearing fashionable clothes and had come seventh in a beauty contest.

"Her battered body was buried in a forest and was found a week after she disappeared. Police have opened a murder investigation and are looking into claims that three Muslim youths killed her, claiming her death was justified under Islam. One of the three - named as 16-year-old Bihal Gaziev - is under arrest and told police that Katya had 'violated the laws of Sharia'. Gaziev has said he has no regrets about her death."


Did you get that? "Muslim youths," one of whom was 16 years old. Such devotion to one's "religion" is heartening in young people, isn't it? This is the same tactic the press uses when Muslim gangs go on the rampage in France, rioting and burning cars. "No, no, this doesn't reflect on Islam; these are just youthful hooligans. Let's not condemn a noble religion because of the acts of a few hot-headed young people." The press, and the Western politicians, are Islam's greatest allies in this world.

These were not renegades. These were typical Muslims who had been trained since childhood to read the Koran, memorize the Koran, and obey the Koran. And that's what they were doing. But it didn't happen in Saudi Arabia: it happened in the Ukraine. This is what's coming to America and  Canada, and has already arrived in Europe.

If there are any teenage girls in the United States or elsewhere who are reading this, and considering participating in a beauty pageant, I'd advise against it. The Muslims wouldn't like it, and they are becoming a protected and preferred class in Europe and North America. Of course you should be concerned about your country's laws, but you'd also better be concerned about Sharia law. If something doesn't change, that'll be the only law that's relevant.

1 comment:

  1. What I find even more difficult for me personally, is how not to let my nature control my less than Christian angry thoughts, and forgiveness can only be found within me with an awful lot of prayer on my part to get passed that sin of anger.

    What a terrific reminder that we ALL need the Love and Forgiveness of the Grace of Jesus in every second of every day that we dwell in our fleshly bodies.

    Perhaps that just one soul might be spared as a result of our prayers to allow the Choir of His Angels rejoice the soul of a new saint.

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