Test: See if you can find six countries listed in this text, $1000 prize

This is the full text of President Donald Trump’s executive order.

See if you can find any mention of the words Muslim, Islam, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen in the text below.

A real $1,000 to anyone who can and prove it.


By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America, including the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. 1101 et seq., and section 301 of title 3, United States Code, and to protect the American people from terrorist attacks by foreign nationals admitted to the United States, it is hereby ordered as follows: ? Read more »


He won’t respond over UNSC 2334, but upset a few Muzzies and Muzza is all over the media

Murray McCully won’t respond to the hundreds, if not thousands of requests for an explanation over the back-stabbing of Israel.

But President Trump honours an election pledge, the media and luvvies scream blue murder and Murray McCully is responding in public on behalf of his Islami and terrorist mates.

Foreign Minister Murray McCully says US President Donald Trump’s ban on travellers from Muslim-majority countries is causing “considerable concern” but he has stopped short of directly criticising it.

The National-led Government and Prime Minister Bill English are being urged by Opposition parties, support partner United Future and the Human Rights Commission to follow other international leaders in condemning Trump’s policy.

In a statement this morning, McCully said: “It is clear that the immigration announcements out of the US are causing widespread confusion and considerable concern.” ? Read more »


No religious tolerance in Somalia and Brunei: Christmas is illegal

Somalia has issued a ban on Christmas celebrations in the Muslim-majority country after the Southeast Asian sultanate of Brunei announced a similar prohibition earlier this month with the threat of five years in jail.

Sheikh Mohamed Khayrow, director general of Somalia’s religious affairs ministry, said on Tuesday that Christmas and New Year celebrations threatened the country’s Muslim faith.

“There should be no activity at all,” he told reporters, adding security forces had been ordered to break up any such festivities.

“All events related to Christmas and New Year celebrations are contrary to Islamic culture, which could damage the faith of the Muslim community.”

Let that sink in. ? There is no need for tolerance. ?In fact, Islam considers itself under threat from the mere existence of celebrating Christian holidays. ? Read more »


Muslim woman didn’t experience radical Islam until she moved to Sweden

Mona Walter har s?kt jobb i Fr?lunda och Backa f?r att f? lite h?gre l?n. "Ju l?ngre bort fr?n stadsk?rnan du kommer, desto mer f?r du", s?ger hon. Bild: Per Wahlberg - See more at:

GOTHENBURG, Sweden — Mona Walter is on a mission. Her mission is for more Muslims to know what is in the Koran. She says if more Muslims knew what was in the Koran, more would leave Islam.

When we in the West hear about someone who has moved to the West from a non western nation who says they grew up Muslim, we assume that means that they were brought up Muslim. For some Muslims considering themselves Muslim is about a culture they grew up in not an actual religion in the way we understand it. When I say I grew up Catholic that means I was brought up Catholic. My Mum took me to church. I read the bible. I went to a Catholic school. I was taught about the religion.

Mona Walter’s story is very interesting because she grew up Muslim but actually knew nothing about what was in the Qu’ran. She didn’t even know who Muhammad was. She had grown up in a Muslim ‘culture’ but was ignorant of what the religion/ideology actually was all about. She is not alone in this and it is a mistake to assume that all people who call themselves Muslim are actually knowledgeable about their religion.

Ironically it was not until Mona arrived in Sweden that she felt the full restrictive effects of Islam and learned what being Muslim is really all about.

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Photo Of The Day

Photo by Rachel Beth Anderson/VICE News

Photo by Rachel Beth Anderson/VICE News

After Genital Cutting in Somalia

A Woman Chooses Reconstructive Surgery in America

The decision to undergo reconstructive surgery wasn’t easy for a Somali woman who describes the weeks following surgery as being ‘by far the hardest of my life.’

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Sour grapes

The Fox and the Grapes

Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei complained that she was overlooked by Angry Andrew for a position on the Intelligence and Security committee because of her sex. She had no proof of this claim apart from the fact that he gave the job to someone else.

He said that he didn’t choose her because he wanted someone with ? ?skills, understanding and experience?? which in her mind implied that she did not have these qualities. Certainly no one would raise an eye brow at his decision to appoint David Shearer given his background in international relations and aid. After all he did spend nearly 20 years working for the UN, managing the provision of aid to countries including Somalia, Rwanda, Liberia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Lebanon and Iraq.No one could say that Andrew Little gave the position to some one less able and experienced than her. In fact the opposite is true as she has no international experience at all. Nothing, nada, nil, zero, nought.

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This is why you shoot pirates

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International law defines?only the crime of piracy, not the penalty, it could be argued therefore that you are allowed to execute pirates on the high seas…so Lord knows why the Cheese Eating Surrender Monkeys bothered apprehending it has caused no end of grief.

The European Court of Human Rights says France violated the rights of Somali pirates who had attacked French ships and has ordered compensation for them over judicial delays.

The nine Somali pirates should get thousands of euros because they were not immediately brought before a French judge, the court ruled.

One is to get 9,000 euros (?7,000) and the others sums of up to 7,000 euros.

What they should have got was a bullet. ? Read more »

Sheik Mohammed comments on ISIS

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Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the current ruler of Dubai and he has penned an opinion piece on ISIS.

That?alone makes me want to read it. A Middle East leader of a vibrant modern nation commenting on ISIS…its worth a read in full.

The global financial crisis taught the world how profoundly interdependent our economies have become. In today?s crisis of extremism, we must recognize that we are just as interdependent for our security, as is clear in the current struggle to defeat ISIS.

If we are to prevent ISIS from teaching us this lesson the hard way, we must acknowledge that we cannot extinguish the fires of fanaticism by force alone. The world must unite behind a holistic drive to discredit the ideology that gives extremists their power, and to restore hope and dignity to those whom they would recruit.

ISIS certainly can ? and will ? be defeated militarily by the international coalition that is now assembling and which the UAE is actively supporting. But military containment is only a partial solution. Lasting peace requires three other ingredients: winning the battle of ideas; upgrading weak governance; and supporting grassroots human development.

Such a solution must begin with concerted international political will. Not a single politician in North America, Europe, Africa, or Asia can afford to ignore events in the Middle East. A globalized threat requires a globalized response. Everyone will feel the heat, because such flames know no borders; indeed, ISIS has recruited members of at least 80 nationalities.

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Photo Of The Day

Photo: Tyler Hicks, The New York Times ? September 23, 2013 A woman tried to shelter children from gunfire by Somali militants at the Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya, in an attack that killed more than 70 people. Tyler Hicks made this photo from a floor above, in an exposed area where the police feared for his safety.

Photo: Tyler Hicks, The New York Times ? September 23, 2013
A woman tries to shelter her children from gunfire by Somali militants at the Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya, in an attack that killed more than 70 people. Tyler Hicks made this photo from a floor above, in an exposed area where the police feared for his safety.

Attack at Westgate Mall

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Do what he wants, deport the scumbag, now

NZ so thick they haven’t deported someone who wants to be.

Send the ratbag?home.

A Somalian-born man who sexually violated a sleeping woman during a home invasion says he is desperate to be deported back to his homeland.

Mohammed Abdiwali, 23, who last month pleaded guilty to one charge each of sexual violation by unlawful sexual connection and burglary, has been jailed for five years nine months, with a non-parole period of two years and 10 months.

Abdiwali, who was sentenced in Tauranga District Court today, committed the crimes in Te Puke in the early hours of April 11 – amid a delusional belief that if he committed a serious crime such as rape or murder then the Immigration Service would automatically deport him. ? Read more »