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  1. #1 Family of Albino/White Muslims Terrorized After Marriage a Christian Man 
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    A family of albino Muslims are being terrorised by bigots because their daughter married a man from another religion. The so-called 'honour' retribution has included smashed windows at their Coventry home, vandalised cars and death threats.

    Now, head of the family Aslam Parvez has made a plea to the culprits to end the hatred. Terrifying: The family have faced hatred after it was revealed a member had married a Christian man. 'We're a good family and have done nothing wrong yet we're being punished in the name of honour,' he said. Aslam Parvez, 53, blames members of the Muslim community...

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    Ah, the religion of peace.

    Aslam Parvez, 53, blames members of the Muslim community who believe the family have been dishonoured by his daughter's marriage.

    The hate campaign started five months ago when a national magazine published an article on albinos which featured Naseem, who no longer lives in Coventry and has little contact with her family.

    It revealed how she has married a Christian, goes to church and is expecting her second child with her husband.

    Mr Parvez says copies of the article were quickly spread maliciously, and were posted on walls near their house and through the doors of Muslim homes in the community.

    Mr Parvez says he has received numerous death threats and has spent hundreds of pounds installing security cameras around his house.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1UBJihDmz
    So, since the family didn't kill their daughter for marrying a Christian, the locals have decided to take this into their own hands and punish the family for not committing and honor killing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    Ah, the religion of peace.

    Aslam Parvez, 53, blames members of the Muslim community who believe the family have been dishonoured by his daughter's marriage.

    The hate campaign started five months ago when a national magazine published an article on albinos which featured Naseem, who no longer lives in Coventry and has little contact with her family.

    It revealed how she has married a Christian, goes to church and is expecting her second child with her husband.

    Mr Parvez says copies of the article were quickly spread maliciously, and were posted on walls near their house and through the doors of Muslim homes in the community.

    Mr Parvez says he has received numerous death threats and has spent hundreds of pounds installing security cameras around his house.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1UBJihDmz
    So, since the family didn't kill their daughter for marrying a Christian, the locals have decided to take this into their own hands and punish the family for not committing and honor killing.

    Ah, The Primitive Tribal Mind :.
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    The Tuareg in the Sahara:

    They are tall, fair-skinned, Berber-speaking nomadic people in the Sahara. They are both pastoralists and traders move from north to south and east to west, following the well-established routes. About a quarter to half million of them are Muslims. There are noble, vassal and craftsmen classes in their society. The lower orders may keep Negro " slaves" who act as herdsmen.
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    The Bedouin in the Sahara:
    They call themselves " people of the tent". They are naturalized Arabs descended from Ishmell. There maybe about 10 millions of them, spreading from their origins in Arabia to the arid regions of the Middle East. Some of them are camel raisers and drivers, sheep and goat nomads, cattle-driving nomads, merchants, artisan and entertainer castes.
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    Islam in the An-Nafud
    Islam is rooted in the primitive tribal mentality of "We against Them," "We the righteous against the heathens," "We the servants submissive of the Great Allah against the rebellious enemies of Allah." Islam is a polarizer. Islam is an enemy-maker. To Islam, a non-Muslim is a combatant against Allah and he is fair game to be subjugated and killed..Bringing a new social order that emphasized religious devotion over tribal membership.

    Deluded by the threats and promises of Islam, Muslims, poor or rich, vie with one another in furthering the violent cause of Allah......Many non-Muslims are also victims of a different, yet just as deadly, delusion.

    They believe that Islam is a religion of peace, that only a small minority of Muslims are jihadists, and Muslims can be reasoned with to abandon the Quran-mandated elimination of the non-believers. These well-meaning simpletons are just as deluded as the fanatic jihadists by refusing to acknowledge the fact that one cannot be a Muslim and not abide by the dictates of the Quran .

    The Israeli's in the Sinai
    All through the wanderings of the Israelis in the Sinai the Lord GOD YHWH was with them in the same Pillar of Fire that came between the Egyptians and the Israelis as they fled from the wrath of Pharaoh .
    ...GODS SHEKINAH GLORY..

    "The Lord was going before them in a pillar of cloud by day to lead them on the way, and in a pillar of fire by night to give them light, that they might travel by day and by night. He did not take away the pillar of cloud by day, nor the pillar of fire by night, from before the people" (Exodus 13:21-22)."

    Since the Torah mentions both Mt. Sinai and Horeb as the mountain of God .The wilderness itineraries in Exodus and Numbers 33, which trace Israelís trek from Egypt to Kadesh Barnea via Mt. Sinai, serve as the basis for trying to locate Mt. Sinai.

    Travel in desert terrain and distances covered in a dayís journey in ancient times provide parameters for using the itineraries to locate Mt. Sinai. Based on this information, many of the more prominent proposed locations for Mt. Sinai are investigated, including locations in Arabia (Midian), Israel and Jordan, and Egypt (Sinai). Some of the peaks considered are Gebal Helal, Har Karkom, Gebel Sin Bishr, Serabit el-Khadim, Gebel el-Lawz, Gebel Badr, Gebel Musa, Ras Safsafah, and Gebel Serbal. Those in southern Sinai make the best sense of the itineraries and environmental considerations.
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