He’s broken the treaty. He’s already been beaten. He’s one of the people of the book. Fetch the nails, rope and wood. He’s a Christian, that was his admission. Reject your beliefs – and you will be released. Say Jesus was not God. Do you understand? They tied rope around his wrists. Repeat after me,… Continue reading The Mission
Baby-faced. Snatched through the departure gate. On an adventure, to Dar Al-Islam. Like the Call of Duty, to play with guns and maybe a bomb. Just like a game, he was assigned a new name. Abu Hussain Al-Britani, was his new title – that he was given, along with a rifle. A cub of the… Continue reading The Departure Gate
Born into this, no choice but to submit, where was the chance? She was pierced with that lance, it was not in her soul, they made her into the Muslim mold. Her parents and teacher conveyed, unto Allah you will obey! Don’t forget even an ayah. To Allah – that is defiance! You will be… Continue reading The Muslim Mold
Born, sworn, mother, daughter. Baby girl, prepare her, fitrah, sunnah. Consent? cutting season, becoming, too frequent! Desire? On fire! Stinging! Agony! Surgeon? Slasher! Butcher! Abuser! Arrested? Convictions? Concessions! Exempted! Mutilate! Moderate? Tolerate? Incarcerate! Creed? Culture? Bloody! Imported, torture!
This week it was reported Lidl are selling a Greek brand of food called Eridanous, on the packaging is the beautiful Anastasis Church of Oia, Santorini, which is a Greek Orthodox Church. It appears Lidl took the decision to airbrush the cross of the church out of the picture. The reason given in the press… Continue reading Breaking the cross
How dare you! Take a walk in my shoes, just take some time. Quit that denial! You say I’m a racist – and continue to dismiss, what is a genuine fear. You, just choose to ignore. The cheek to call me far right, when gays are put to flight – that’s only for a man.… Continue reading The silence
Brought shame, upon the name – of the family, believed to be obscenity. Dress modestly! You are living in laxity! Pushing her faith aside, she began to deny, started seeing a boy, who her dad had employed. Walking hand in hand, whilst making future plans, he said they should flee, he had family overseas. Her… Continue reading Allah willed it