Jihad is born

And he weighs 13 pounds.

The boy will join nine brothers and four sisters – four of which had birth weights of more than five kilograms.

14 kids. In Germany.

No worries, though. It’s not as if Muslims are like those horrible Christian Fundies.

Muslim students, including trainee doctors on one of Britain’s leading medical courses, are walking out of lectures on evolution claiming it conflicts with creationist ideas established in the Koran.

Professors at University College London have expressed concern over the increasing number of biology students boycotting lectures on Darwinist theory, which form an important part of the syllabus, citing their religion.

Why worry? I mean, they’re only training to be doctors.

They don’t come [to lectures] or they complain about it or they send notes or emails saying they shouldn’t have to learn this stuff.

‘What they object to – and I don’t really understand it, I am not religious – they object to the idea that there is a random process out there which is not directed by God.’

And then there’s this:

Nohad Halawi, who worked at Heathrow Airport, is suing her former employers for unfair dismissal, claiming that she and other Christian staff at the airport were victims of systematic harassment because of their religion.

She claims that she was told that she would go to Hell for her religion, that Jews were responsible for the September 11th terror attacks, and that a friend was reduced to tears having been bullied for wearing a cross.

More:

“One man brought in the Koran to work and insisted I read it and another brought in Islamic leaflets and handed them out to other employees,” she said.

“They said that 9/11 served the Americans right and that they hated the West, but that they had come here because they want to convert people to Islam.

This is not going away.

A little closer to home:

Detroit— A male nurse filed a sex discrimination lawsuit against the city of Dearborn on Wednesday, claiming he was fired for treating conservative Muslim women wearing head scarves.

The nurse was ordered not to treat conservative Muslim women, and he complied until told otherwise by a doctor.

He complied until November 2010, when a doctor ordered him to treat Muslim women as he would any other patient. Benitez followed the doctor’s order and was fired less than one month later, according to the lawsuit.

“When you get to the point that taxpayer-funded entities are having to comply with personal religious beliefs rather than letting people do their job you’re going down a road that does not end in a good place,” the nurse’s lawyer Deborah Gordon said in an interview Wednesday. “If people don’t want to be treated, they can go find their own practitioner.”

They are winning this war – this global Jihad. Little small steps ever forward.

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7 Comments on “Jihad is born”


  1. ‘What they object to – and I don’t really understand it, I am not religious – they object to the idea that there is a random process out there which is not directed by God.’

    You don’t have to be religious to object to the idea of randomness as espoused by evolutionists. Hell, even the molecular biologists and mathmeticians look at them and say “RRRRRRiiiiiight.”

  2. Car in Says:

    I understand objecting to evolution. Doesn’t mean you should skip the class in college, though. You should learn the theory, otherwise you ignorant.


  3. I;ll bet that they already had indoctrination into the “theory” before they got to university.

    I know I did.

  4. Car in Says:

    I doubt they learned it as in-depth as they would in college. I mean, many stuff is introduced in high school.


  5. What in-depth learning is there to be had with it?

    You can make a case for macro-evolution if you don’t look too hard at the subject, and cling to the new article of faith that the NUMEROUS “gaps” in the fossil record WILL be filled…sooner or later, and if you don’t think too hard about some of the “living” examples that are often pointed to.

    If you’re going to make the case for micro evolution, then you have a much harder task, and once you get to the molecular level, you have to start you have to take up Dawkins’ mantra “It looks like design, but it isn’t.”

  6. Car in Says:

    I guess it gets down to this – I’m not willing to let radical Islamists decide what science curricula they take in the course of becoming a doctor.

    If they’re against evolution … well, gee, maybe there is something do it. Yea, I’m just stubborn like that.

    I’m Catholic, but I take a lot of this stuff from a rather agnostic position. No one, to me, appears to have a lock on how things were created, so let’s discuss all the ideas and I’ll think about it.

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  7. Car in, I don’t have an issue with treating the theory like a theory. That’s the point of science.

    I do object to it being taught as fact, and the browbeating that occurs when you challenge that article of scientific faith by asking questions about the observable data and the fact that it is taught as fact instead of theory. I’m not stating that creationism is the answer and that’s the end, but I do have problems when science abandons science and pretends that it didn’t.


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