Another Muslim family caught keeping slaves in U.S. | Texas Judge Orlando Garcia bans Muslim couple from United States – Why not prison?
Qatar / Sharia / SLAVERY

Another Muslim family caught keeping slaves in U.S. | Texas Judge Orlando Garcia bans Muslim couple from United States – Why not prison?

  Hassan al-Homoud and his wife Zainab al-Hosani treated the two women they brought to the United States as domestic help with shocking depravity.  It is clear, they regarded these women as less than human.  They imprisoned and exploited them without pay, forcing them to labor as their personal slaves, their property in the “family home”.   According to  Doha News , … Continue reading

The Genocidal Legacy of 14 Centuries of Islamic Imperialism | Interview with Professor John Alembillah Azumah of Ghana (Video)
Africa / Islam / Islam - Ottoman Empire / SLAVERY

The Genocidal Legacy of 14 Centuries of Islamic Imperialism | Interview with Professor John Alembillah Azumah of Ghana (Video)

“Hence in the study of Islam in the West, the dominant convention is that a critical approach is reserved for the Christian past but forbidden for the Muslim pass…The net result is a romantic picture of the history of Islam avoiding and sometimes denying such issues as the jihadists slaughter and massive enslavement of traditional African believers”
– John Alembillah Azumah, Legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa pp. xiv-xv Continue reading

QATAR to showcase architectural marvels built with SLAVE IMMIGRANT LABOR for the World Cup — at a cost of thousands of lives (Video)
Codepink / Cornell West / Hamas / Michel Chossodovsky / Muslim Brotherhood / Qatar / Sharia / SLAVERY

QATAR to showcase architectural marvels built with SLAVE IMMIGRANT LABOR for the World Cup — at a cost of thousands of lives (Video)

Qatar is enslaving thousands of foreign workers to build the architectural wonders it plans to display at the World Cup. The wealthy Gulf kingdom has spared no expense, even if the cost is thousands of lives — the lives, that is, of poor foreign laborers from across the developing world. Toiling long hours in scorching desert heat, and housed in squalid, overcrowded labor … Continue reading