Denmark adopts sharia: Govt lauds Muslim ‘girls only’ swimming sessions

Soon, we will own this place.

Of course they submitted to Islam!

Non-Muslims not welcome. Child brides, polygamy and honor killing on the way. Source: Muslim ‘girls only’ swimming sessions ripple Danish waters – The Local

Hundreds of young Muslim girls have flocked to swimming lessons in Copenhagen’s immigrant-heavy Tingbjerg district after Hovedstadens Svømmeklub (Capital City Swimming Club) introduced segregated swimming sessions.

While the swimming club has hailed the move as a “recipe for integration”, politicians and commentators have criticised the concept as being against Danish values.

The girl-only sessions, which also take place with windows and doors to the swimming hall blacked out, were set up in response to religious and cultural requirements put forward by parents, reports Berlingske.

The newspaper reports that 246 girls of non-Danish ethnic origin between the ages of five and 12 have begun attending swimming lessons at the hall since the sessions were introduced.

“We have gone from zero to several hundred girls in three years, and have successfully established a swimming option for a specific group, which would otherwise find swimming difficult to access because of religion,” Lars Sørensen, the director of Hovedstadens Svømmeklub (HSK), told Berlingske.

A 2011 report by the Danish Sports Association (Dansk Idrætsforbund) showed that 28 percent of ethnic Danes were members of sports clubs, compared to 18 percent of non-ethnic Danes.

Sørensen told Berlingske that encouraging young Muslim girls to take part in sport – while keeping with their own religious practices – strengthens both physical wellbeing and integration amongst the girls.

“Many of these girls come here and meet role models from their own neighbourhoods standing on the poolside in the coach’s jersey,” said Sørensen. “At the same time, they learn to swim, which gives safety, fitness and well being.”

Sørensen added that the club did not consider the introduction of segregated lessons an extraordinary measure.

“It is just a condition [for taking part], just as some people swimming in 50 metre lanes and others swimming in 25 metre lanes,” the pool trainer told Berlingske.

“We are the second biggest sporting association in the country, so we think it’s our responsibility to offer a considered range of swimming lessons,” he added.

But the City of Copenhagen’s deputy mayor for culture and leisure, Carl Christian Ebbesen of the Danish People’s Party (DF), told Berlingske that creating segregated swimming sessions for Muslim girls was bad for integration and “destructive” for Danish culture.

“It is completely crazy to meet these demands. There is a desperately short supply of swimming pools, so we shouldn’t be closing them down by putting curtains in front of the windows and signs saying ‘just for girls’ just to meet the demands of religious fanatics,” Ebbesen said.

The DF politician said that Muslim girls were welcome to take part in sports clubs, but that this must be done on the same basis as everybody else.

“We must go to the parents via our integration policies and explain to them that we cannot meet their special requirements,” Ebbesen told Berlingske.

“They must send their girls to sport and other activities like everyone else. Every time we meet these demands, we are destroying the society we’ve worked so hard for,” he continued.

Rikke Lauritzen of the left-wing Red-Green Alliance (Enhedslisten), who is responsible for municipality financial support for community projects in Copenhagen, said that Ebbesen should “relax a little bit” and called the swimming initiative “super cool”.


You can’t fix stupid…and sharia-enforced swimming is creeping all throughout the Western world.

Oklahoma City Thunder Go Sharia with Islamic Halal Diet

Source: The Oklahoma City Thunder’s Halal Guys – WSJ

Enes Kanter has started a halal food craze that has absorbed the Thunder’s locker room after road games—and stocked it with lamb platters and chicken kebabs.

In the middle of every Oklahoma City road game, David Howarth’s phone buzzes in his pocket. The Thunder’s athletic performance coordinator excuses himself from the bench and escapes to the arena’s loading dock. That’s where he picks up the team’s dinner: takeout halal food.

This is not what most NBA teams eat after games. But the more adventurous Thunder players have done away with the traditional locker-room fare this season. Instead they’re digging into generous helpings of lamb and chicken kebabs.

The person responsible for Oklahoma City’s culinary revolution isn’t Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook or any other Thunder starter. It is Enes Kanter, the team’s reserve center, who is Muslim and observes his religion’s dietary laws.

Thunder executives took measures to accommodate Kanter’s religion when they traded for the Turkish-born big man last year and signed him to a long-term extension in the off-season. He has access to his own prayer room in the team’s arena, for example, and uses owner Clay Bennett’s office in the team’s practice center, where he uses towels as prayer rugs. The team also made sure that Kanter’s very first meal in Oklahoma City was cooked under halal standards, which means the meat was raised and slaughtered properly, and Thunder chefs started cooking for him with separate kitchenware.

But what happened next was something no one anticipated. The halal takeover started when Thunder center Steven Adams asked Kanter if he would share his post-game dinner. “Pretty much as soon as he came in,” Adams said, “I just told him that I’m eating his food, so I told the guys to order double.”

Westbrook and Serge Ibaka then began tearing into the halal trays. Before long, Thunder officials were searching the Internet for the top-rated Turkish and Middle Eastern restaurants in other cities when the team was on the road, all so they could feed a full lineup of NBA players with enormous appetites.

“It’s like a mini-party,” said Thunder medical director Donnie Strack. “Everyone wants to steal Enes’s food.”

Kanter eats halal because of his religion. Adams eats halal for a slightly different reason.

“Because it’s awesome,” he said.

Now, after Kanter’s first full season in Oklahoma City, the team has a rotation of halal restaurants in NBA cities—and their players have become food critics.

“What’s our best city?” Adams said. “Orlando?”

“Boston?” Kanter said.

“Boston was good, wasn’t it?” Adams said. “Boston was the best city. I don’t know the top five, but Boston was definitely No. 1.”

They say there is a science to halal quality: The bigger the city, the better the food. The Thunder happened to be in Brooklyn this year when the Northeast was blanketed in several feet of snow, but that didn’t stop Kanter from leaving the Thunder’s hotel in search of the borough’s standout Turkish food. That week, when the Thunder played the New York Knicks, the full team meal was a Turkish feast. Outside their Madison Square Garden locker room were tables of halal food. “Everyone’s starting to jump on board,” Adams said, “just because it tastes so good.”

But not quite everyone. Durant is the Thunder’s highest-profile halal holdout. While others peek at Kanter’s plate, Durant sticks with staples of the NBA diet, which tends to be heavy on grilled chicken and, for the Thunder, brisket and short rib. Durant still knows all about the halal situation.

“I think it’s bull—,” he joked after a recent practice. “I’ve been here for nine years and I requested some stuff after the game and I have to pay for it on my own. And the second he gets here he gets his own menu.” Durant’s faux-outrage, however, may come from his personal taste for the food: “It’s nasty to me,” he said.


Durant may have it right. Do his teammates know what makes the food halal? Shouting allah akbar while slicing the neck and letting the animal bleed to death (just as they do to non-Muslims and apostates).

Understanding Halal Certification Schemes

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Nike Submits, Will Allow Use of ‘Islam’ and ‘Muslim’ On Custom Sneakers

Islamophobia gives way to legal jihad phobia. This is why you must never capitulate and submit to Muslim supremacists. Source: Angry Muslim pens a letter to Nike after the company refuses to let him customize Air Jordan shoes with the word ‘Muslim’

A man is outraged after Nike refused to customize a pair of Air Jordans with the word ‘Muslim’ or ‘Islam’.

Nabeel Kaukab, 40, of New York, penned an angry letter to the company on Facebook saying the word ‘Muslim’ doesn’t meet any of the guidelines for banned words for NikeiD.

Nike’s guidelines exclude ‘profanity’, ‘inappropriate slang’, ‘insulting or discriminatory content’, ‘content construed to incite violence’, ‘material that Nike wishes not to place on products’ and anything that ‘violates another party’s trademark or intellectual property rights’ from being written on its shoes.

Mr Kaukab wrote on his Facebook page: ‘As far as I (or any rational person) can assume, neither word is profanity, slang (appropriate or inappropriate), insulting or discriminatory (more than a billion people globally find identity in being called Muslims).

‘Considering there is no trademark or IP around just the word Islam or Muslim, by process of elimination that leaves your customers to assume only the following:

‘Either you believe the word Islam or Muslim incites violence or they are words that Nike doesn’t want to place on its products?’

Huffington Post speculates the reason Nike might not put the word ‘Muslim’ on its shoes is because of an incident involving a stylized version of the word ‘air’ on one of their shoes that accidentally resembled the word ‘Allah’ in Arabic.

Nike was forced to withdraw 38,000 pairs of shoes worldwide, issue an apology and ended up paying for a playground at an Islamic elementary school in the U.S.

Other words not allowed on NikeiD include ‘Allah,’ ‘Koran,’ ‘Jihad’ and ‘ISIS’. ‘Daesh,’ an offensive term for the terrorist group, is permitted, as is ‘Quran’.

Mr Kaukab said he’s not a religious activist and just wanted to bring attention to the discrepancy. I’m a believer in engagement.

Just fulfilling his dawah requirement.

‘I don’t think this is an issue about Nike “hating Muslims” or being discriminatory in its practices (at least I assume so).

‘I think this is an issue of how many corporations (and frankly organizations in general) just don’t get Muslims, both in the United States and abroad,’ Mr Kaukab told the Huffington Post.

A Nike spokesman said: ‘Our intention was to be culturally sensitive to placing religious Muslim references on footwear via our NikeiD customization program.

‘In an effort to do this we filtered out the words “Muslim” and “Islam”. We realize that decision was misplaced and they will be added back into the NikeiD options.’


Is Kaukub connected to CAIR?  The terror-linked organization submitted Nike to sharia law in the 1990’s.

#!dcdisplay fp\b0\i0\fs10Date~24.06.1997; Slug=Nike_Allah; Source=AP; Time~07:13; Type=Picture; ÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐ fs16\bAWADfs12\b0 <> FILE--With a pre-production pair of Nike Air shoes in the foreground, Nihad Awad, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, gestures during a news conference in Washington on April 9, 1997. An agreement was to be announced Tuesday, June 24, 1997, between Nike and the council in which Nike will apologize to Muslims and recall shoes with a logo that offended Muslims because it resembled the word ``Allah'' in the Arabic script. (AP Photo/Greg Gibson, File) fp\b0\i0\fs10ÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐ fp\i0\b\fs16Digital Collections/IPTC fp\b0\i0\fs10CREDIT~AP; Category~A; Municipality=Washington; Photographer=Greg_Gibson; State~Dist._of_Columbia; TransRef~NY112;

FILE–With a pre-production pair of Nike Air shoes in the foreground, Nihad Awad, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, gestures during a news conference in Washington on April 9, 1997. An agreement was to be announced Tuesday, June 24, 1997, between Nike and the council in which Nike will apologize to Muslims and recall shoes with a logo that offended Muslims because it resembled the word “Allah” in the Arabic script. (AP Photo/Greg Gibson, File)

Muslim NHL player threatens to slit the throat of opposing player

Slit the throat, behead, you decide. He also said, “You’re dead!”

via CBC Sports:

A depleted Toronto Maple Leafs forward unit soon could be minus another player.

The NHL’s hockey operations department is taking a look at Nazem Kadri’s throat-slashing gesture towards Mark Giordano after the Flames defenceman dazed Kadri with a hit in the first period of Tuesday night’s 4-3 Calgary win at the Saddledome.

“There was emotion, I couldn’t tell if it was a clean hit or not,” Kadri told reporters. “I was told it was, but it certainly didn’t feel like it. It [the throat slash] is something I don’t really remember doing. I was in and out a little bit.”

“I guess it’s going to be reviewed [by the league], but it was an emotional reaction.”

The 25-year-old Kadri was disciplined for the same gesture while playing for Canada in a game against Switzerland at the 2010 world junior hockey championship.


h/t Jihad Watch who notes:

Read his lips. Nazem Kadri is threatening to murder Mark Giordano. Certainly he was caught up in the heat of the moment and isn’t really going to kill him, but as a Muslim, his cultural frame of reference is interesting. When you grow up hearing “When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks” (Qur’an 47:4) and that sort of thing, even if you’re not all that devout yourself, it’s just possible that it might be in the back of your mind.


A few more Muslim flashbacks for sports fans below the fold: Continue reading

ESPN bans Curt Schilling for season for tweet comparing Muslim terrorists to Nazis

ESPN wants no part of debating the math. The truth does not align with their agenda. via ESPN removes Schilling from broadcasts for remainder of season | theScore

ESPN released the following statement regarding the decision:

At all times during the course of their engagement with us, our commentators are directly linked to ESPN and are the face of our brand. We are a sports media company. Curt’s actions have not been consistent with his contractual obligations nor have they been professionally handled; they have obviously not reflected well on the company. As a result, he will not appear on ESPN through the remainder of the regular season and our Wild Card playoff game.


ESPN continues its transformation into an accredited leftwing, affirmative action outlet for the liberal establishment.

Fox Sports is right behind them.

Raymond Ibrahim discusses Do Islam and Nazi Germany Have Something in Common?, unveiling the similarities between two totalitarian ideologies. Below the fold.
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ESPN Suspends Former MLB Star For Nazi-Terrorist Tweet

And Curt Shilling apparently really wants his gig at the left-leaning E$PN so he quickly deleted it and apologized.

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via ESPN Removes Little League Broadcaster Curt Schilling For Nazi Meme.

ESPN has removed Curt Schilling from the Little League World Series broadcast after the former baseball star tweeted a meme that appeared to compare Muslims to Germans during the Nazi regime.

The tweet, which has since been removed, featured a graphic that showed Adolf Hitler next to text reading: “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. how’d that go?”

ESPN condemned the tweet and announced Schilling would be removed from the broadcast. “Curt’s tweet was completely unacceptable, and in no way represents our company’s perspective,” ESPN said in a press release. “We made that point very strongly to Curt and have removed him from his current Little League assignment pending further consideration.”

Schilling responded with an apologetic tweet, saying it was “100% my fault.”

I understand and accept my suspension. 100% my fault. Bad choices have bad consequences and this was a bad decision in every way on my part.

— Curt Schilling (@gehrig38) August 25, 2015


Bad choice, bad decision, but the math is staggering.

 

Canada: Soccer team from ISNA Islamic high school refuses to play team with 2 girls

via EXCLUSIVE: Boys soccer team refuses to play against team with 2 girls.

A boys soccer team from ISNA Private Islamic High School refused to finish a game on Tuesday because two females were on the opposing team during a Brampton tournament.

Robert F. Hall Catholic School, in Caledon, does not have a girls team so the two females played on the senior boys team, which was approved by the Region of Peel Secondary School Athletic Association (ROPSSAA).

During halftime, the ISNA Private Islamic High School team brought the concern to the referee. Robert F. Hall Catholic School school was winning the game 3–1 at that point.

Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations, South Western Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association and ROPSSAA all have the same gender rule stating:

“If a sport activity is not available for a female on a girls’ team, she is eligible to participate on a boys’ team following a successful tryout.”

The girls on Robert F. Hall Catholic School team told CityNews they insisted on sitting out for the second half to allow the game to continue. The team went on to win 6-1 but both teams ended up advancing to the next round.

There is a chance the two teams could face each other again on Monday.

ROPSSAA said their rules are black and white.

But this is uncharted territory for the board so they are gathering their facts and will make a ruling on Friday about how to proceed.

Bruce Campbell of the Catholic School Board says they are disappointed and that they expect any team participating to know the rules.


The uncharted territory is called…SHARIA.

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