Monday, July 09, 2007

And now... Euro-Islam

The tentacles of Brussels continue to extend their reach beyond the economic, social, and cultural, into the realms of the theological. According to EUObserver, Brussels is pooling ideas (‘pooling’…again…) ‘on how to tackle radical Islam and create a more tolerant "European" branch of the faith’.

EU home affairs commissioner Franco Frattini has declared that ‘one of the great religions of the world - Islam - is being abused to foster a new totalitarian ideology that challenges our way of life’.

What, pray, does Sgr Frattini know of the Qur’an, the Hadith, or Islamic theology? Muslims (that is those ‘in submission’) regard the most reliable Qur'anic commentary as being contained in the Qur'an itself: the Qur'an is explained by the Qur'an. The ways in which certain ayat clarify other ayat are regarded as being the most significant form of commentary. A second form of Qur'anic commentary is how Mohammed himself interpreted the Qur'an, and his comments on the Qur'an, as well as everything he alleged to have done or said, are recorded in the hadith collections. Yet even these schools of thought fracture into a plethora of other schools of interpretation; the process is complex, as is the case with all theology

So what qualifies Sgr Frattini to decide which of these schools should prevail? Upon what basis does he deny vast tranches of the Qur’an which incite violence, and promote those which talk of peace and co-existence? What does he know of history, hermeneutics, or textual criticism?

The role assumed by Sgr Frattini is rather like the EU ‘home affairs commissioner’ presuming to lecture the Pope on his interpretation of Scripture or Church tradition. Cranmer can’t quite see His Holiness taking theological lectures from anally-retentive or sexually incontinent politicians. Yet Sgr Frattini might as well inform the Vatican that the Commission is laying plans for the imposition of Lutheran theology across the EU. And all religious schools and religious leaders will be financed, run, and monitored by the State, and that state is the EU, to whom the Vatican will henceforth be subject .

Sgr Frattini is seeking to promote a ‘European Islam’, or ‘Islam de l'Europe’. He concedes ‘that this is quite difficult and ambitious, but the time has come to put on the table a political discussion to protect the large majority of Muslims living here peacefully who deplore and fight against radicalisation and the distortion of Islam for purposes of violence and hatred’.

The objective is to have Islam ‘fully and unambiguously respecting values and sanctity of life cherished in Europe…(including) everything mentioned in the Charter of Fundamental Rights’.


While Cranmer is in agreement that something needs to be done, and (of course) accords with the principle that theology should adapt to relate to culture, the main hurdle to Islamic integration emanates in the mosques. Only eight percent of imams preaching in British mosques were born in the UK, and only six percent of them speak English as a first language. While these imams are well-versed in the ‘traditional Islamic curriculum’, they are reported to ‘lack the skills to adapt to modern society’.

How can the EU possibly develop an effective policy to deal with this? Is this not an issue best dealt with according to the traditions and cultures of each individual nation state, under the principle of subsidiarity?


Anonymous Voyager said...

Frattini is a Freemason and typical of the political elite in Europe who think that THEY are the ones to draw the lines and build the fences and herd the rest of us in.

If I were a Muslim Miss Jelly Bean - I should be angered by this hubris and socialist attempt to shape all aspects of mankind rather in the French Revolutionary tradition of The Cult of Reason.

This is the French Revolution rampant trying to suppress any challenge to the authority of EuroState and it will radicalise enormously. I tire of hearing about an Islamic Reformation by those who do not realise how bloody the Catholic Reformation was over several centuries......yet they cannot see that the terrorism today is part of an Islamic "Reformation" as its frustration with Modernity causes explosions of anger from those who want to retreat to old halcyon certainties and imagined greatness.

They plant bombs to preach "purity" just as the terrorists of the Baader-Meinhof preached "purity" and purging through violence.

The European Union is completely off-track as you would expect in a Commission where at least 6 of 27 Commissioners are former Communists

9 July 2007 at 11:13  
Anonymous Miss Jelly bean said...

Cranmer said..."theology should adapt to relate to culture"

To what extent?

you might recall me stating the following on a previous post.

"Whilst it can be argued that man's understanding developes overtime as intellect and knowledge develop with age, his basic human nature shall remain the same. Therefore, would I not be correct to assert that man's basic moral principles must be non-fluctuating and constant throughout the ages. You may argue that the knowledge of self-evident principles begins with experience, but it is not based on experience, since if a man cannot be in two places at the same time, then we must make a statement true for all times (though what we observe, is limited to the present time)."

Of course you might also want to note that in Islam we have the 'Sharia' (basic laws used to operate the Islamic penal system), and then there is 'Fiqh' which is a more detailed version of sharia and may be subject to modification according to circumstance. Cerain laws can be extrapolated from existing laws to deal with specific issues.

9 July 2007 at 11:50  
Anonymous Fred said...

Sorry Your Grace to be getting a bit repetitive, but is this not another sign of state intervention that leads inevitably towards the One World state religion of the end times?

9 July 2007 at 11:52  
Anonymous diesirae said...

While Cranmer is in agreement that something needs to be done, and (of course) accords with the principle that theology should adapt to relate to culture, the main hurdle to Islamic integration emanates in the mosques.

Eh? Emanating hurdles? I hope that's a dig at the Grauniad. The main hurdle to Islamic integration is the fact that Islam can't and won't integrate. We've sown the wind; now we will reap the whirlwind.

9 July 2007 at 12:06  
Anonymous Voyager said...

that Islam can't and won't integrate

On one level I agree with that, on the other I am at a loss to know what it is one should integrate with.

The problem is that the Christian churches in Europe seem to have dissolved into the society around them to the point that they offer no spiritual depth beyond conformity with the secular mores.

In fact it is the very secular nature of European churches which has most probably caused the sharply defined insularity of Musims within Europe as they seek to resist being subsumed into a commercialised secular morality and public denigration of religion and Christian symbols and practices.

The BBC can report that producers would think nothing of denigrating the Bible but treat the Koran with respect as they run their fingers across their throats. It appears respect for one book is in response to the threat of violent retribution and in the other a casual contempt and indifference.

9 July 2007 at 12:20  
Anonymous Oiznop said...

Surely they should integrate with the developments of the Enlightenment?

9 July 2007 at 13:26  
Blogger Greg said...

Your Grace said Cranmer .......... accords with the principle that theology should adapt to relate to culture,

I think Jesus expected culture to adapt to Him. Can we not assume that you also believed that when you said:

"I believe ... every word and sentence taught by our Saviour Jesus Christ, His apostles and prophets, in the New and Old Testaments." (St Mary's Church - 21st march 1556)

What has changed your mind?

9 July 2007 at 13:30  
Anonymous Sir Henry Morgan said...

Your Grace.

You can't imagine how happy it makes me to see people with a consciousness of religion taking more and more intereste in the problem of Islam.

And it IS a problem.

Everyone who reads anything I write knows exactly how I would solve this problem if I had the power to do so. I would be the first to concede that it's probably a good thing I don't have such power. Then again, maybe I would be wrong to make that concession when we look to the longer term. We are no longer in a situation where we can choose between a good option and a bad one: it is now a choice of bad or worse.

Let's see what Fred has to say about it.

Go to "Fred Columns" and scroll down to item no 295. This item is nearly two years old and is as valid now as it was then. Indeed, as far as Islam is concerned this piece has been valid for near-enough 1350 years. Islam has not changed its beliefs, doctrines, methods, or attitude to non-Muslims in all that time. Can anyone give me one good reason why it should change now or in the future (go read some serious history)? On these grounds I claim that in respect of Islam, Fred's piece is ageless. This is what it says:

"" Paris Burns Again

Let's Roast Frankfurters

November 7, 2005

Paris burns, crackling and popping as merrily as a Yule log when England was still Merrie and still English. Moslems prance about setting things alight, cars incinerate briskly, and the police suck their thumbs. Diversity. Oh yes. And more to come.

Time and again these days, national governments let in all sorts of people who belong somewhere else. Pretty soon the country has so many that the government comes to fear them. At that point the problem passes beyond easy solution. So politicians paper over everything, and make concessions to buy a year’s peace. The newcomers breed and increase. By and by the remaining possibilities are acquiescence or civil war.

Which latter, boys and girls, isn’t impossible.

The assiduously courted invasion usually rests on a curious idealism that I find hard to credit in adults. The notion is that we are all just people, brothers under the skin, that all we need is love and understanding, black and white together, kum bah ya; only a few reactionary forces need to be stilled to bring about universal bliss. This happy thought doesn’t surprise me among students in high school. Politicians aren’t.

Has no one noticed that diversity doesn’t work? Putting together peoples with little in common begs for trouble, usually with success. It is the chief source of the world’s bloodshed and enmity.

Look around you. Start with Canada, where the Brits and French detest each other. Drop down to the USA, where black, white, and brown wait uneasily for no one is sure what; the lid is held on by Washington, which acts as a sort of federal Tito. There are Hindus and Moslems in India, Tamils and Sinhalese in Sri Lanka, blacks and whites in South Africa, Moslems and Buddhists in Thailand, Turks and Germans in Germany, Vietnamese and Montagnards in Vietnam, Moslems and animists in the Sudan, Jews and Moslems in Israel, Cambodians and Vietnamese in Cambodia, Protestants and Catholics in Ireland, Indians and Mexicans in Chiapas, Basques and Spaniards in Spain, Indians and Fijians in Fiji.

But what have facts to do with foreign relations? It is much more entertaining to base policy on adolescent theories and see what happens.

When the anticipated melding fails and riots ensue, the response is to try to buy, or legislate, the impossible. Invariably the cry arises that the government hasn’t done enough for the indigent arrivals. We must spend more money on welfare, on schools, on special programs to raise the unraisable and mix the immiscible. It is our fault really. We need to change our outmoded attitudes, require classes on ethnic sensitivity, celebrate the culture of the new incompatibles. We will have National Islamic History Week, and children will make mosques from construction paper. That will fix everything.

Instead the problem gets worse. The majority population becomes angrier, but has no recourse. The government is against them. The immigrants can loot and burn, and nothing is likely to happen to them: Punishing their misbehavior would engender more violence, which the government wants to avoid at any cost. If the citizenry defend themselves, as for example by shooting arsonists, the government will put them in prison. Citizens have much to lose; the malefactors do not.

A spring is thus wound.

Moslems in particular are poison. A failed civilization, Islam sends its unsuccessful, thus double failures, to Europe. They gravitate to slums because they can do nothing else. Cohesive, angry, ineffectual, with no loyalty to their new home, they neither flourish nor assimilate. Resentment grows among them. And so the cities burn.

Which is interesting. In the United States, the hostility of Islam is often attributed to American support of Israel. Beyond doubt, there is truth in this. It does not explain the riots in Paris, the papered-over violence in other European countries, the Islamic terrorism in Russia and in southern Thailand, the anti-Christian fighting in East Timor, or the terror in Kashmir. Moslems are trouble.

Immigration is not prima facie a bad idea. It depends on who you let in. Some immigrants can assimilate. If for example the United States allows the entry of moderate numbers of reasonably educated Chinese, nothing untoward will happen. The Chinese share such crucial European traits as studiousness and respect for law. In fact they are superior to the white population in both respects. Consequently they arouse little hostility and not a little admiration. They may congregate for a generation or so in Chinatown, but the term designates a place where a lot of Chinese live, not a hostile ghetto.

Other immigrants cannot assimilate. Most especially practitioners of Islam cannot prosper in Europe. Watch.

Incomprehensibly, permitting their entry has been a deliberate decision. Europe could have kept these swarming newcomers out by simply not letting them in. No visa, no work permit, instant deportation. It didn’t. Now France and Holland are on the edge. Amsterdam could be the next Paris. England, once a delightful land of safety and civility, becomes in parts a North African slum. I have no sympathy. They made the choice. But why did they do it?

For that matter, if Washington wanted to end the illegal immigration of Latinos, it could do so in a paragraph: Establish a fine of five thousand dollars a day for employing illegals or renting them accommodations, half of it to go to the person turning the offender in; require proof of citizenship for welfare in any form, or use of the schools; allow police to demand a green card at their discretion; put the army along the border with orders to shoot. It won’t happen, of course. I don’t care, but let’s not be surprised at the consequences.

What the French need to do, but won’t, is to send the army into the Islamic slums, round up the whole lot, and put them ashore on the beaches of North Africa with a box lunch and a coupon for three free Dunkin Donuts. It isn’t a pretty answer. It’s a lot prettier than what seems to be coming down the pike.

Ah, but there is the little matter that the enlisted ranks of the French army are heavily Moslem. Again, the more you let in, the less you can do about them. For France, I’d guess that the war is over, though the fighting just begins.

People and governments by nature temporize, avert their eyes from forthcoming catastrophe, eschew the needful but unpleasant, and do not readily believe that the status quo can abruptly change. But it can, and does, and is. Meanwhile absurd intellectuals write pointless articles in glossy magazines. Soon it will be too late for civilized answers.

Then what? That is the question. ""

As Fred says, civilised options are no longer an option. Stop trying to be nice. Stop trying to be civilised. Trying to be those things has become just foolishness . So the rest of the world won't like it, or us, if we expel Islam from our country in its entirety? So what? The rest of the world doesn't like us anyway. The time for philosophical debate is past. Time to DO.

9 July 2007 at 13:39  
Anonymous Voyager said...

Oiznop said...

Surely they should integrate with the developments of the Enlightenment?

Which are ?

Not one of the "Enlightenment regimes" was a democracy and many favoured Benevolent Dictatorships

I don't see much in the "Enlightenment" beyond the self-glorification of certain penseurs....I might just as well fit in with A C Grayling as with Voltaire

9 July 2007 at 14:11  
Blogger Cranmer said...

Mr Greg,

His Grace is fully aware of what he said in St Mary's. Nothing has changed His Grace's mind because his mind has not changed. It is simply that Jesus never spoke about nuclear bombs or microwave ovens, therefore one should look to broad principles to inform a credible theological response to modern cultural manifestations. The effective communication of a Hebrew gospel in the context of Greek culture and language is a pervasive theme in the New Testament. If the medium does not change, the message becomes 'foolishness to the Greeks'.

9 July 2007 at 14:40  
Blogger dizzyfatplonka said...

Our governments are nothing more than Vichy collaborators for the unfolding Eurabia.
A full English breakfast has bacon on it, beliefs forbidding you to eat our national dish are foreign and should remain foreign.

9 July 2007 at 15:13  
Anonymous diesirae said...


that Islam can't and won't integrate

On one level I agree with that, on the other I am at a loss to know what it is one should integrate with.

No, part of the problem is that many Muslims do integrate to Western "culture", as set out in gangsta rap. Some then embrace Islamism in reaction. I feel sympathy for them: they're stranded in an alien country and seek certainty. Meanwhile, mainstream Islam is hugely corrupt and has no intention of reforming. Why should it, when it's got God on its side?

It is simply that Jesus never spoke about nuclear bombs or microwave ovens, therefore one should look to broad principles to inform a credible theological response to modern cultural manifestations.

Another dig at the Grauniad? Hope beginneth to fade that it be so.

@greg -- Ever heard of linking?

9 July 2007 at 15:29  
Anonymous Dr C. Riyal Kilah said...

Your Grace,
What do you mean by "vast tranches of the Qur’an which incite violence" ?

I regret to inform you that you have totally misinterpreted the Holy Qu'ran which can only be fully understood in the original Arabic.

I have consulted my three learned medical colleagues, Dr Homi Saeed, Dr Leeth al-Dohs and Dr Aggun I. Singh-Deth, who are fluent in Arabic, and they inform me that the following verses are often musunderstood:

Qu' ran 5:33 The only reward of those who make war upon Allah and His messenger and strive after corruption in the land will be that they will be killed or crucified, or have their hands and feet on alternate sides cut off, or will be expelled out of the land. Such will be their degradation in the world, and in the Hereafter theirs will be an awful doom" is a rather poetic way of saying

"Love your neighbour as yourself"

Qur'an:9:5: "Fight and kill the disbelievers wherever you find them, take them captive, harass them, lie in wait and ambush them using every stratagem of war."
really means
"A stranger is just friend you haven't got to know yet"

Qur'an:9:29 "Fight those who do not believe until they all surrender." could perhaps be best expressed as
"Invite the vicar round for tea"

Qur'an:8:39 "So fight them until there is no more Fitnah (disbelief/non-Muslims) and all submit to the religion of Allah alone." is a traditional Arabic idiom meaning
"Help old ladies cross busy roads"

Qur'an:2:216 "Warfare is ordained for you." is a common misinterpretation of the injunction to
"Be kind to animals and birds"

I could go on and on but unfortunately duty calls. I've got to attend a meeting to investigate the strange dissappearance of all the nitroglycerin from the hospital pharmacy. Must be those pesky Buddhists up to their tricks again.

However if you should ever find yourself admitted to my hospital, I am sure I can make you fully aware of my points, so to speak.

- Dr C. Riyal Kilah
Secretary, Muslim Medical Malpractitioners Association

9 July 2007 at 15:35  
Blogger Livingsword said...

“I think Jesus expected culture to adapt to Him.”

Jesus used different methods with different people; He also quoted various translations of the Scriptures including the Septuagint which He translated from the Greek, He communicated with the Samaritan woman at the well one way and the Scribes and Pharisees another way, but the core message never changed. Paul also was Greek to the Greeks and a Jew to the Jews. When in Athens at Mars Hill He reasoned with the philosophers in a method they were familiar with but his core message also did not stray.

9 July 2007 at 16:12  
Blogger Livingsword said...

“Start with Canada, where the Brits and French detest each other”

Your case is rather over stated in this regard; for most of English speaking Canada Quebec is not even on the radar, and in Quebec the separatists are a mere shell of their former selves.

Yet the most interesting part is the fact that diversity is one of the major reason things are doing so well. The minorities that have moved into both parts of the country have mitigated the damage, particularly in Quebec. Although Canada does have some issues in this regard it is much less than the vast majority of places around the globe.

9 July 2007 at 16:29  
Blogger Cranmer said...

Dr C. Riyal Kilah,

You cause His Grace much amusement.

If he has missed your presence on previous occasions, he humbly apologises, but wishes to assure you that you are more than welcome to His Grace's blog of intelligent and erudite comment upon matters religio-political.

There is sometimes insufficient humour, and a manifest inability of certain groups to laugh at themselves...

9 July 2007 at 17:16  
Anonymous Dr C. Riyal Kilah said...

Your Grace,
On behalf of the Muslim Medical Malpractitioners Association I am most happy to keep you aware of the contribution that Muslim doctors make to the NHS.

We are fully committed to cradle-to-grave healthcare (preferably with as few intermediate stages as possible) and are involved in many innovative developments.

For example, an ambulance, since it is an emergency vehicle, can gain access to areas which would be closed to other traffic. This has prompted Dr Homi Saeed to develop a new advanced design of ambulance which has a petrol tank with a capacity sufficient for a range of 350,000 miles, and carries no fewer than 50 cylinders of a variety of medical gases including chlorine and phosgene. We are hoping to test it out in the near future once our contacts in the Metropolitan Police have suggested a suitable destination.

Regretably I must go now as I am due to carry out a swabbing and inspection of the non-halal section of the hospital kitchens with my microbiologist colleague Dr Salman Ellah.

- Dr C. Riyal Kilah

9 July 2007 at 18:39  
Blogger Tony said...

Your Grace, setting humour aside for a moment, I notice a comment that is frequently raised in serious discourse...

I regret to inform you that you have totally misinterpreted the Holy Qu'ran which can only be fully understood in the original Arabic.

When this assertion is used elsewhere I am minded to ask why it is considered by Mohammadians to be beyond the wit of man to translate the wording and its meaning effectively into another language.

Is His Grace or one of His Grace's esteemed communicants able to cast some illumination on this?

9 July 2007 at 20:06  
Anonymous Voyager said...

why it is considered by Mohammadians to be beyond the wit of man to translate the wording and its meaning effectively into another language.

That is not the point. There are very few books written in Arabic and almost no art as we know is the basis of Arab 'Culture' and the hold the Arabs maintain over subject peoples under Islam.

It is an Arab politico-religious creed and is therefore only to be understood in an Arabic mindset which brings all Muslims to the fount of Arabic language and to Arabia to pay homage to Arab deities and in Arab rituals and rites.

The essence of Islam is Arabic and the emergence of Arab tribes - without Islam underpinned by oil - the Arabs are nothing

9 July 2007 at 20:12  
Anonymous Voyager said...


9 July 2007 at 20:24  
Blogger Greg said...

I am grateful for your grace's and Living Sword's clarification. For a moment, I was concerned
The effective communication of a Hebrew gospel in the context of Greek culture and language is a pervasive theme in the New Testament. If the medium does not change, the message becomes 'foolishness to the Greeks'.

9 July 2007 at 22:13  
Anonymous Dr C. Riyal Kilah said...

Muslims in the NHS update:

Following recent adverse reactions in Glasgow, Muslim doctors should perhaps avoid Scotland and consider relocating to Wales.

Wales is a land of opportunity and reservoirs. It is the ideal place for a young Muslim doctor with an interest in microbial pathogens to gain his first practical experience.

However, as well as opportunities there are risks, such as the dangers of seduction by the lustful Welsh sheep, goats and cows. Muslim pedoetricians should also be warned about the sex-mad Welsh toddlers who will lead them astray and then complain to their Islamophobic parents that the doctor has been experimenting with unusual physiotherapeutic techniques.

But most importantly everyone, especially the trainee doctors, must be made aware of the filthy Kuffar slags known as nurses.

My Muslim colleagues - Dr Leeth al-Dohs, Dr Homi Saeed and Dr Aggun I. Singh-Deth - received an invitation from the dirty-dancing clitorally-intact nurse bints to attend a disco where these gyrating slags pulsate their uncovered meat to the lustful rhythms of their accursed infidel music.

(Please excuse me a moment while I massage my trouser-minaret. - Ahhhh... that's better!!!!)

I was unable to attend because I was involved in certain experiments regarding new uses for nitroglycerin, Dr Leeth al-Dohs was working on Kuffar infant mortality, Dr Homi Saeed was spending most of his time in the microbiology lab following the untimely deaths of his two technicians, and Dr Aggun I. Singh-Deth was busy in the hospital dispensary relabelling the harmaceutical products.

Luckily, Dr Homi Saeed's younger brother, Sewi, said he would go to the disco, and had a special jacket made for the occasion, full of king-sized Lebanese party-poppers. He said he expects have a good bang with the nurses before the night is over.

- Dr C. Riyal Kilah
Secretary, Muslim Medical Malpractitioners' Association

9 July 2007 at 22:39  
Blogger Livingsword said...

"I am grateful for your grace's and Living Sword's clarification."

With my cognomen used in the same sentence as his grace! What will follow a front page photo in some London tabloid having lunch at (insert appropriate UK restaurant, etc)? If only I had realized I would be a celeBRITy today…

9 July 2007 at 23:00  
Anonymous Alfred of Wessex said...

Dr C. Riyal Killah

Your comments are, in my less than humble opinion, some of the funniest I have read in a long while.

However, we English have a saying, namely "many a true word is spoken in jest".

Sadly, your comments may prove all too accurate in the not too distant future.

I have taken the liberty of forwarding your comments to His Grace's esteemed rival, Mr Guido Fawkes, as I believe your comments may give him some light relief from the mixed joys of living with a new baby.

I will also forward them to Up Pompeii and Gates of Vienna in the hope that they receive wider exposure.

Yours cordially

Alfred of Wessex

10 July 2007 at 10:53  
Blogger Cranmer said...

Mr Alfred of Wessex,

Dr C. Riyal Killah has brought His Grace so much mirth and merriment over these past few days that he would consider himself and his communicants greatly impoverished if Dr C. Riyal Killah were to be enticed to Mr Fawkes' blog.

If His Grace bestowed awards, Dr C. Riyal Killah would certainly be in the running. To be intelligent, erudite and funny is a rare combination indeed.

10 July 2007 at 11:26  
Anonymous Dr C. Riyal Kilah said...

I have come home from the hospital feeling very upset. All the radiation sources have disappeared from the oncology department - probably those Buddhists up to their tricks again.

The kaffir hospital management (Inshallah may they soon die of strange, undiagnosable ailments and be replaced by Islamic brothers) called an emergency meeting addressed by a kaffir police officer.

This institutionally-racist representative of the oppressive Zionist-Crusader alliance said that the radiation sources could be "Used by terrorists to make a dirty bomb".

I was extremely hurt and distressed by this statement. I forcefully pointed out that there is no such thing as a terrorist - Gordon Brown (pbuh) himself has said so. The word 'terrorist' is hate speech - it is a racist term of abuse used by bigots, Islamophobes and BNP supporters (Inshallah may they find themselves upon our operating tables tended by Muslim anaesthetists) to vilify peaceful Muslims.

I have written to Sir Ian B.Liar demanding the officer's dismissal and prosecution for racist verbal assault. I intend to sue the Metropolitan Police for the post-traumatic emotional stress this appalling incident has caused me, and will continue to cause me for the next fifty years. I have been examined by four independent Muslim psychiatrists who will vouch for my mental suffering (I'll accept an out of court settlement of £500, 000 in a five-way split, Inshallah)

I just hope I've recovered enough by next week to be able to attend the annual dinner of the Muslim Medical Malpractitioners' Association. My colleague Dr Aggun I. Singh-Deth will be receiving the Dr Josef Mengele (pbuh) Prize for innovation in surgical procedures, and I am due to give a presentation on performance evaluation for our new Dr Harold Shipman (pbuh) Award for meeting mortality rate targets (One point for a standard kaffir, two for a dancing slag, three for a Jew, four for an Islamophobic blogger, five for an apostate and 100 for Sir Salman Rushdie).

I must finish now, as night has fallen and I have noticed a strange green light in the back of my car. Probably glowworms.

Dr C. Riyal Kilah
Muslim Medical Malpractitioners Association
'You'll need more than an apple a day to keep us away' TM

10 July 2007 at 23:59  
Anonymous CCTV said...

the oncology department - probably those Buddhists up to their tricks again.

I had thought it was Scientologists who needed this as a source of inspiration !

11 July 2007 at 07:22  
Anonymous USpace said...

GO Europe! Keep on fighting!

This dhimmi Mayor of Brussels is a total coward, a racist, and a despicable and porcine traitor.

This will go to court hopefully, thus drawing more publicity. Where are all the lawyers when we need them?

Might 200,000 March in Brussels 9/11/07 Against Islamification BECAUSE Mayor Has Forbidden It?

Everybody please sign the petition!

absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
avoid tough questions

allow Sharia to rule
bring back eighth century

absurd thought -
God of the Universe
wants a Taliban Earth

that's what liberals want too
destroy all human rights

16 August 2007 at 07:26  

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