"However, her husband blocked the door and demanded a female anesthetist. The latter was unavailable. After a two-hour discussion proved fruitless, an imam was summoned. The imam permitted the doctor to apply an epidural injection, but only if the woman was fully covered with only a small area of skin showing. During the surgery itself, performed by a female gynecologist, the anesthetist was to remain in the hallway. Through a door that was slightly ajar, he shouted instructions to a nurse who was monitoring the anesthesia. Despite all this, the Caesarean was succesful."
The usual quislings are always at the ready with smooth talk to downplay these bad omen incidents, and it was no different in the case of the good Dr. Becx. I thought it was time to do some field research, and coincidentally one of my clients back then was a nurse in the hospital of my hometown, which, alas, has in recent years suffered too of an influx of followers of you-know-who. I asked this nurse what were his experiences with muslims on the job and, sure enough, it was no different from Bree. To my dismay he recounted how he and the rest of the hospital staff basically always give in to muslims in these cases since medical code requires that the patient be helped no matter what. My client then said something very peculiar:
"They use our laws against us."
I was reminded of that statement again when I read a post by Natalie of the blog Birdbrain on the case of Harry's Place, a UK blog currently being sued by the President of the British Muslim Initiative, a certain Mohammed Sawalha. Natalie linked to the blog NeoConstant, which is currently organizing support for Harry's Place:
Harry’s Place, a UK blog dedicated to promoting the ideals of freedom and democracy, is being sued by Mohammed Sawalha, the President of the British Muslim Initiative, which has been linked to Hamas and the Islamic Brotherhood, both terrorist organizations. The blog reports that Mr. Sawalha, according to the BBC…
“master minded much of Hamas’ political and military strategy” and in London “is alleged to have directed funds, both for Hamas’ armed wing, and for spreading its missionary dawah”.
In their revelation of the impending lawsuit against them leveled by Mohammed Sawalha, they write:
Mr Sawalha claims that we have “chosen a malevolent interpretation of a meaningless word”. In fact, we did no more than translate a phrase which appeared in an Al Jazeera report of Mr Sawalha’s speech. When Al Jazeera changed that phrase from “Evil Jew” to “Jewish Lobby”, we reported that fact, along with the statement that it had been a typographical error.
Mr Sawalha has been the prime mover in a number of Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood associated projects. He is President of the British Muslim Initiative. He is the past President of the Muslim Association of Britain. He was the founder of IslamExpo, and is registered as the holder of the IslamExpo domain name. He is also a trustee of the Finsbury Park Mosque….
…Mr Sawalha says that the attribution of the phrase “Evil Jew” to him implies that he is “anti-semitic and hateful”. Notably, he does not take issue with our reporting of the revelation, made in a Panorama documentary in 2006, that he is a senior activist in the clerical fascist terrorist organisation, Hamas.
It looks like Harry’s Place is going up against some pretty top-notch lawyers on this one, and they’ve got guts, but as the post goes on to say:
If Mr Sawalha persists in attempting to silence us with this desperate legal suit, we will need your help.
We won’t be able to stand up to them alone.
This is why we’ve started this blogburst, to get the word out that we won’t let members of Hamas or any radical terrorist group censor us or any of our fellow bloggers.
If you’d like to add your site to the blogroll, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and include your site’s URL.
Then copy and paste this (or write your own) entry into one of your posts. Future posts will be emailed to you. Thanks, and don’t forget to head over to Harry’s Place to show your support of their freedom of speech!
Okay-dokay? Just remember, this is no isolated case. They use our laws against us, and in this case no Oath of Hippocrates but "anti-racist laws" drafted by our moral betters, the left. Mark Steyn is being prosecuted by the Canadian Islamic Congress and their pals of the Canadian "Human Rights" Commission, Ezra Levant too, in the UK Paul Ray from Lionheart risks being arrested for telling the truth about Luton muslims, in The Netherlands the most popular blog, GeenStijl, is "invited" to the police etc etc etc... So come on, if you got a blog, email your URL to email@example.com!
Oh yeah, before I forget it, July 14th was the French National Holiday aka Bastille Day. 297 cars torched during the night of 13-14 July, to prevent being sued by the Belgian Muslim Congress or whatever I will just say that it was not done by Hmong immigrants from Laos. In 2002 it was 90. I think I see a trend here.