Trouble in United Dhimmi Kingdom (Yet Again)

Introduction

Not that this is particularly new or shocking but it’s just the latest and in many ways, firsthand video-proof of what’s happening in the Islamic Republic of United Kingdom.

Police have arrested a man concerning alleged assaults on children at a mosque after viewing a Channel 4 documentary screened on Monday.

Dispatches, Lessons in Hate and Violence, secretly filmed a man apparently hitting and kicking children during Qu’ran lessons at a school in the Markazi Jamia mosque at Keighley, West Yorkshire.

An Islamic school in Birmingham in the same documentary, where a preacher was filmed making offensive remarks about non-Muslims, said it would close early for half-term, amid fears pupils could be the target of far-right groups.

For those who want to watch boys as young as 6—11 being beaten, getting desks at hurled at them, getting their ears twisted, their butts kicked, start here (It’s a series comprising 5 parts) :

Preacher Fetishes

While this episode got wide coverage—thanks to the courageous work done by Channel 4—another juicy story earlier this month didn’t quite get the attention it deserved.

A Muslim cleric, once decorated by Buckingham Palace, is facing jail after being convicted of ‘preying on’ and ‘abusing’ two boys at his mosque. Mohammed Hanif Khan, 42, one of Britain’s most influential imams, became the first ever full-time Islamic minister in the history of the British prison service in 2001. Highly respected, in 2004 he visited the Palace to receive a Butlers’ Trust Award from Princess Anne for his work in diversity. Under his grand title of Sheik Mohammed Hanif Haqqani Kareemi he led prayers and gave Islamic education to boys.

His Holiness Hanif seems to have some thrilling proclivities:

Mr Khan said the youngest boy was raped outside the mosque by some bins after being asked to take the rubbish out…The teenager alleged Hanif Khan lay on his bed and asked if the teen could massage his neck, but when he complained he was not doing it correctly he said he would show him how it was done…The 15 year old told detectives Hanif Khan began touching his genitals and then attempted to rape him.

What’s with these Preachers of the Prophet’s Message and their strange fetish for tender boy-flesh? His Holiness Hanif getting the Award for his work in diversity is fitting in many ways. No? But Hanif isn’t alone. He was just unlucky to get caught.

Thousands of Muslim schoolchildren are being physically and sexually abused by their religious teachers every year, according to a report into the Islamic education system in this country.

The Nature of Madrassa Education

Fortunately, UK is not Afghanistan or Pakistan. At least not yet because these Holy Paedophiles are punished when they’re caught. According to this report,

Thousands of Muslim schoolchildren are being physically and sexually abused by their religious teachers every year…Up to 100,000 children are taught at 700 Islamic schools, or madrassas, of which almost a half use unlawful corporal punishment to discipline pupils…each year at least a dozen children are sexually abused by their teachers and Imans with very few cases ever being made public.

And recommends that

To protect the integrity of these valued institutions it is important that all madrassas put in place transparent and accountable policies and procedures for all.

A commonsense recommendation but one that’s next to impossible to achieve. Even a cursory study of how madrassas function in non-Muslim countries across the world shows that they derive their power from operating almost under a shroud. The Channel 4 video shows that some guy in the Darul Uloom slams the door on the Channel 4 journalist’s face and another gentleman attached to the madrassa asks who gave her permission to park the news van outside the school. These madrassas also derive their power from the Muslim community’s absolute and unquestioned acceptance of the Imams’ and Mullahs’ authority as teachers.

UK Muslims in general and the parents of these children really need not be shocked. Back home, in the “purely Islamic” countries from where they migrated, they probably know that such treatment of children is commonplace and, far from punishment, it’s the parents who actually fear speaking out. If this sounds insensitive and communal and the rest, it isn’t—I’ve simply stated the reality of what happens in madrassas in Islamic countries worldwide. Here are some interesting results from a Google search. Or check this horrifying piece of information on Facebook. A tidbit from that:

The accounts are disturbing: beatings, forced sex and imprisonment with shackles and leg irons….Atif Rehman, who was 11 when he was admitted to the Lahore Children’s Hospital in April 2004 with head injuries and extensive bruises. He told investigators he was routinely beaten with iron rods at a madrassa in the northern city of Faisalabad and was chained when he tried to escape.

What Madrassa Education Does to Kids

It’s easy to see why Muslim immigrants send their children to madrassas. In a place like the UK, a very materialist and to a great extent hedonistic social environment, these immigrant parents want their children to stick to their faith because almost everything in the Western society in general is haraam according to Islam. The fear of these parents that their children will fall on immoral and corrupt ways is the primary and powerful motivator to send their children to madrassas in addition to the regular/secular education. But what these parents perhaps forget in their zeal and/or fear is the fact of how madrassas everywhere work: that the supreme authority the teachers wield and the manner of instruction remains almost the same.

The manner of teaching apart, we’re not sure how many parents verify—if they verify at all—what the child is actually being taught. The Channel 4 expose shows that children in the 6—12 age group are being taught among other things, these: to hate other people, to denigrate and stay away from people of other religions, to slander Hindus (“Hindus drink cow’s piss. Do they have any intellect? No.”), to avoid liberal Muslims ("The person who’s got less than a fistful of beard, then you should stay away from him the same way you should stay away from a serpent or a snake."), to wear only clothing prescribed by Islam (or face detention), and to instill the belief that all non-Islamic religions are designed for mind control.

These “lessons” are reinforced in various ways but the primary and most-used method is to create fear in the minds of these hapless boys: fear of Judgment Day, fear of eternal burning hell, and these accompanied by the real fear of both the threat and the implementation of physical violence: wooden study desks flung at the boys, beating, punching, spanking, kicking, and twisting of ears. These horrific acts of violence are often carried out for something as trivial as mispronouncing a Quranic verse. Errant children are singled out, purposely made to sit close to the teacher and then beaten up. Is it surprising then that kids subjected to this kind of violence repeatedly at an early age grow up and unleash themselves on the same society that feeds and sustains them? Additionally, they’re armed with years of sustained brainwashing that violence is okay—even recommended in some cases—to achieve Islam’s objective. Is it surprising then that calls for separatism emerge when there’s a sizeable Muslim population in any non-Muslim country? A pure madrassa education is a worldwide assembly line designed to breed and foster separatism for generation after generation.

Now it’s up to the parents to decide whether this is the kind of Islamic education—both the manner and the content—they want their children to have. And it’s exactly this kind of education that supplies the required manpower for Islamic tyrannical regimes. None of the citizens of the Arabic nations pause for a moment and wonder why an Israel attained such astonishing heights in just a few years while they continue to rot in the same primitive hell that Arabia was in the 7th Century. And when some of them decide to emigrate to say the UK, they still want the same kind of education for their kids. And they get upset and claim that they’re victimized when the majority people begin to distrust Muslims in general.

Charity begins at home.

United Secular Kingdom Reacts

As expected, the dhimmi section of the UK establishment has sounded the axiomatic clarion call in the wake of the Channel 4 investigation.

John Hemming, the Liberal Democrat MP for Birmingham Yardley, criticised the documentary: "If Channel 4 thinks this is a school where racism and intolerance is accepted in any way, they have got their facts seriously wrong. [The school] have already had hate mail, and now they are having to close for the safety of their pupils. This kind of documentary is ideal fodder for the [far-right] English Defence League. Channel 4 is putting the safety of children at risk by criticising a school which is doing its job properly."

This MP is not an idiot. He’s a lying, opportunistic and diabolical man. Oh wait, in India, we call such people secularists. I mean, the entire footage is available free of cost everywhere on the Internet. To say that Channel 4 has got its “facts seriously wrong” is to claim that the nether orifice has a tongue. But the damage this kind of first-rate-asshole-utterance does is incalculable. It’s worse than what those sick perverts do to children. It tells those perverts “Hey, here’s this guy who defends our behaviour. That means we can do it again.” (Please translate that into Arabic/Urdu). But Hemming wasn’t speaking in thin air. According to unsubstantiated rumours, he received an international telephone call from an Indian politician named Digvijay Singh who’s supposed to be an expert on such matters.

Conclusion

The Darul Uloom school has been closed and the Imam arrested but if past experience is any guide, nothing much will change. A very dhimmi England will refuse to take steps to formulate a system that sternly prohibits the free preaching of communal hatred. In that case, I recommend that it send some of its eminent dhimmis to India to see how the game has been perfected. The perfection wasn’t easy to accomplish: it’s the culmination of backbreaking labour of over five decades upon inheriting the very systems that the UK bequeathed to us. Time the erstwhile Masters learnt something from the vile natives.

31 comments for “Trouble in United Dhimmi Kingdom (Yet Again)

  1. S S
    October 1, 2011 at 8:36 PM

    Educate yourselves, folks! Read it and get others read it too. If you care (‘caring and sharing’ propagandists included.)

  2. May 12, 2011 at 2:16 PM

    The love for handsome young boys is because of the Quranic promise that the suicide bombers will get 28 pearly handsome young boys along with 72 virgins. Now if you keep listening to that every friday and you don’t get the opportunity to be a suicide bomber or are afraid to don the explosive belt, then you will be inclined to molest the young boys who join your Madrassa. They may not be as good as the ones served up in Jannat, but we will make do with inferior stuff available in inferior earth.

  3. February 23, 2011 at 10:33 AM

    Actually its far easier for them to deal with the problem – stop all Muslim immigration, and deport anyone who indulges in jihadi activity if he’s not a citizen, stop all welfare benefits to immigrants. That should take care of 90% of the problem.

  4. Ava
    February 22, 2011 at 6:44 PM

    “This is amazing find. At least the journalists in Britain are uncovering such things but in india they are more busy inventing Hindu terror. ”

    People in britian dislike immigrants period, Muslim or not. Britian is a small place and when too many people from outside settle, it really shows unlike the US which is large and can absorb many groups….The far right there is making a comeback as well as in the rest or Europe…As for hobnobing with Islamic countries, Westerners don’t care, they’ll associate with them for self-interest and then disassociate as soon as they become poor again when oil is no longer dominant, this is just a reality….

  5. Sri
    February 22, 2011 at 12:50 PM

    A correction: replace ‘root’ by route.

    A real lousy mistake.

  6. Sri
    February 22, 2011 at 12:17 PM

    Lot of hypocrisy down here!

    Economic development means materialism; it is just path to that ‘materialism’ that matters: some take communism root, some take socialism root, some take capitalist root. In general societies differ in ideologies but end goal is same.

    At present, UK is paying price for the choice their elite-opinion makers made many years back: hobnobbing with Islamists for rich contracts with oil producing countries.

  7. ramesh
    February 22, 2011 at 10:43 AM

    hai sandeep.

    in india one minister wanted to make madrasa education equivilant to cbse. what happened to that.?…

  8. Siddhartha Prakash
    February 22, 2011 at 8:28 AM

    Let’s look a the great religious tolerance
    http://darulifta-deoband.org/viewfatwa.jsp?ID=4067

  9. Siddhartha Prakash
    February 22, 2011 at 7:50 AM

    This is amazing find. At least the journalists in Britain are uncovering such things but in india they are more busy inventing Hindu terror. Suggest everyone to read this http://darulifta-deoband.org/viewfatwa.jsp?ID=14869

    Imagine what the same school might be teaching in india. This is so deplorable. Also, please don’t forget that there is one more Muslim in this documentary who is teaching better things. Not all muslims are bad.

    The state needs strong administration to deal with such fundamentalists not pigs like Digvijay Singh.

  10. Ava
    February 22, 2011 at 5:41 AM

    @Rashmi
    “Very few of them are really genuine and good.”
    Indians are no better. Very few of them are also really genuine and good….

  11. February 21, 2011 at 9:55 PM

    @Sandeep
    Thanks for the link. I get indications from a friend that this link is blocked in the UK. There are posts suggesting Channel 4 blocked it:
    http://s1.zetaboards.com/EDL_The_Forum/topic/3169720/1/

  12. Rashmi
    February 21, 2011 at 7:49 PM

    Ava mostly all english speaking educated Indians are convent educated , DPS educated mostly all of them do not know what is India i.e real, what is sanatan Dharma.One of our acquaintance son of a airforce officer opined that God is only for poor people, he has never seen his mother lighting a lamp in his house. There are many such souls I have met. One such soul i recently met in a informal party opined people should be sportive becoz many of them do not have a penchant for shaking legs and bums in public or coming in limelight. There are many such example but now i take them to task i dont care and want to maintain relations which are hollow, as per modern management funda you should maintain good realtions with everybody for using them when the situation demands.

    Regarding UK I say “As you sow so shall you reap”. I have no sympathy for any Europeans they are good at looting and copying and claiming everything as theirs. Very few of them are really genuine and good.

  13. Prakash
    February 21, 2011 at 7:27 PM

    What is most surprising is the %age of population which manages to create so much ruckus while the politicians walk on egg shells to avoid being called racists. A 2007 census of england (source wikipedia) puts muslim population at 2.97%. If such low %age of population in a developed country with (assuming) better state of law and order, efficient judiciary, is having so much problem; I guess its understandable that administrative bodies in india are not able to control terrorist activities as much as we would like them to.

  14. Ava
    February 21, 2011 at 7:19 PM

    I meant to say above” This does not imply that there are not knowledeable rooted Indians out there, but are they influencing the way India is headed, or are they not a tiny minority as well? A minority which does not have political power?

  15. Ava
    February 21, 2011 at 7:17 PM

    @Sandeep
    Also does not the popular culture of a nation exemplify its ideals regardless of whether you like them or not? I mean even if we do not like Bollywood and mainstream Indian newspapers and mainstream Indian TV, the fact is that there is an ‘urban’ elite which is producing these things in India, and even if they do not represent Indian culture and do not speak for the vast majority of Indians, they nevertheless produce what they do and influence minds.
    Also with regard to the Indians I know, just because they have close knit families and go to temple, this does not imply that the overall aspirations and outlook are not of a materialistic bent. But this does not imply that they are knowledgeable, rooted Indians out there, but are they influencing the way India is headed? Or are they not a tiny minority as well?

  16. Ava
    February 21, 2011 at 6:53 PM

    @Sandeep
    1. What %age of India lives in urban areas?
    2. What %age of said urban India can really afford to follow this lifestyle?
    3. What %age of said urban India actually follows this lifetstyle?
    4. What %age of the really rich urban India still abides by its traditional values? You’d be surprised at the answer unless of course your main source of news is TOI-like papers

    Many educated English speaking Indian peoples I know are not all that traditional and quite materialistic. Yes very few Indians can have the full extent of the materialistic lifestyles seen in the West as they cannot afford it, but that does not mean many Indians do not aspire to such lifestyles. We form opinions by the people we come into contact with…and the Indian urban elite is quite materialistic, even though it is a tiny fraction of Indians….I have come across Westerners who are quite dedicated to higher ideals and care little for materialism, this has to do perhaps with living in plenty, just as many Indians aspire to materialism living in scarcity. My point is that generalizations are not fixed especially when urban life around the world is getting more uniform culturally as a result of globalization…

  17. Sandeep
    February 21, 2011 at 6:11 PM

    Ava,
    >>Besides why the interest in UK? Do the Brits care what happens in India? N0!
    Have you even read my post in full? It’s about WHAT happened specifically in the UK. Sigh.

  18. Sandeep
    February 21, 2011 at 6:11 PM

    Ava,

    Oh sure! British society and Britain as a nation, just as most Western nations are materialistic. And yes, urban India is aping this but that statement of yours begs these questions:
    1. What %age of India lives in urban areas?
    2. What %age of said urban India can really afford to follow this lifestyle?
    3. What %age of said urban India actually follows this lifetstyle?
    4. What %age of the really rich urban India still abides by its traditional values? You’d be surprised at the answer unless of course your main source of news is TOI-like papers.

    You see there are degrees of said hedonism, etc. Unless you want to seriously assert that hedonistic lifestyle is not widespread in the UK, or that the degree is the same for UK and India. In which case, let me recommend the writings of Theodore Dalrymple.

  19. Ava
    February 21, 2011 at 6:08 PM

    Besides why the interest in UK? Do the Brits care what happens in India? N0!

  20. Ava
    February 21, 2011 at 6:01 PM

    @sandeep
    But you characterize British society as materialistic and hedonistic, this is not wholly true, there are Brits who are quite different, just as all Indians are not deeply spiritual, yoga performing and temple going peoples…I was against generalizations of the sort as
    “a very materialist and to a great extent hedonistic social environment” which is true of any Indian city as much as UK.Thats all…

  21. Sandeep
    February 21, 2011 at 6:00 PM

    Ramgun,

    Same comment applies to you. But if you insist, here goes:
    >>I am sure someone can easily make such a story about the myriad sadhus in India who have had crores of followers but have been accused (and in some cases proven) of crimes like murder, sexual abuse and tax evasion.
    Sure. Who’s denying or justifying such behavior of Sadhus, etc? Context is the king sir. This post specifically deals with what happens in Madrassas. Why would you want to–or want me to–mention Sadhus?

    >>I think religious education overall is far superior to the Western secular version.
    Not really unless you clearly define and explain what is the exact nature of the religious education you seem to favour.

  22. Sandeep
    February 21, 2011 at 5:57 PM

    Ava,

    Do you understand the meaning of the world “context?” Why would I mention Delhi and Bombay in an article that talks about what’s happening in the UK?

  23. Ava
    February 21, 2011 at 5:56 PM

    I meant to say that many of the Indians I know are the most rooteless, hedonistic and materialistic people I have come across…it is best not to generalize as life amongst the rich in Indian cities is just as materialistic and hedonistic than amongst any Western society…Just watch Bollywood and read mainstream Indian newspapers to see how fast India is copying the West especially with respect to its urban elite…

  24. Ava
    February 21, 2011 at 5:52 PM

    In a place like the UK, a very materialist and to a great extent hedonistic social environment

    Oh and Delhi and Bombay are deeply spiritual places? I believe the prostitute population in Bombay alone is larger than the population of small nations. It is best to do away such generalizations!

  25. ramgun
    February 21, 2011 at 5:10 PM

    For once I disagree with you Sandeep. I am sure someone can easily make such a story about the myriad sadhus in India who have had crores of followers but have been accused (and in some cases proven) of crimes like murder, sexual abuse and tax evasion.

    I think religious education overall is far superior to the Western secular version. If anything, my lament is that there are not enough religious schools in India, especially those that preach Sanatana Dharma.

    Rama well said. UK is no friend. In fact we have as much reason to hate them as the Muslim invaders… Its good to watch Christians or secularists battle the Muslims.

  26. Maitravaruna Kaundinya
    February 21, 2011 at 2:00 PM

    Wonder, who can dare to make such documentary in India. Will Tehelka? You bet!

  27. Amit
    February 21, 2011 at 8:03 AM

    John Hemming, the Liberal Democrat MP for Birmingham Yardley, criticised the documentary: [..]“This kind of documentary is ideal fodder for the [far-right] English Defence League.”

    __

    As if Islam is on the left or middle of the political spectrum, and not on the extreme right. John Hemming needs to have his head examined. I’ve never understood why so-called leftists align themselves with a right-wing ideology.

  28. Rama
    February 21, 2011 at 6:30 AM

    Sandeep, good post. But do we really have to worry about mother England and her native citizens? I have very little sympathy for the English and my blood pressure goes up when I read about all the atrocious things those bastards did to our people and to our dharma bhomi for close to 200 years. You simply reap what you sow. Let the Islamists and the white Christians fight it out, I say. We can stand on the sideline and watch the fun. Let the show begin!

  29. Sid
    February 21, 2011 at 12:16 AM

    As usual, superb, to-the-point and awesome.

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