From the 1987 album Love.
Dire Straits with Heavy Fuel. From their final album On Every Street (1991).
Song about stuff not for pansies, and the sex is prolly not the Lena Dunham variety.
"A top Iman has told Muslims to use the migrant crisis to breed with European citizens and 'conquer their countries'. Sheikh Muhammad Ayed gave the speech at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem claiming Europe was only welcoming refugees as a new source of labour.
He said Europe was facing a demographic disaster and urged Muslims to have children with westerners so they could 'trample them underfoot, Allah willing.'
'Throughout Europe, all the hearts are enthused with hatred toward Muslims. They wish that we were dead, but they have lost their fertility, so they look for fertility in our midst,' Infowars reports. 'We will give them fertility. We will breed children with them, because we shall conquer their countries.'
In the full video, he said Americans, Italians, Germans and the French will be forced to take refugees. Italy has the lowest birth rate since 1861 with 8.4 per 1,000 people and much or Europe is following the same trend.
Birth rates are far higher in the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa, which is where most migrants are coming from. The notion of using mass migration as a form of stealth jihad is outlined in the Koran, which states, 'And whoever emigrates for the cause of Allah will find on the earth many locations and abundance.'
To move to a new land in order to bring Islam is considered a meritorious act."
"A blonde Danish teenager who murdered her mother after watching ISIS' sickening filmed beheadings of British hostages has been jailed along with her older jihadi lover.
Lisa Borch was aged only 15 when in October last year she spent hours on YouTube watching footage of the savage decapitations of David Haines and Alan Henning. Afterwards she and her radical Muslim boyfriend Bakhtiar Mohammed Abdulla, 29, took a long-bladed kitchen knife and stabbed her mother Tina Römer Holtegaard at least 20 times at the home they hared in rural Kvissel.
A court which sentenced Borch to nine years in jail heard how she became obsessed with militant Islam after falling in love with an unnamed Muslim man. But he jilted her when he moved back to Sweden to be with his wife and children.
Nevertheless she found a new soulmate in Iraq-born Abdulla, whom she befriended after meeting at a refugee centre near her home.
Following the brutal murder, in which both Borch and Abdulla participated, the teenager called police claiming: 'I heard my mother scream and I looked out the window and saw a white man running away. Please come here, there is blood everywhere.' On arrival police found Mrs Holtegaard, whose husband was away on a short business trip at the time of her murder, covered in her own blood in bed. Despite making the frantic phone call, the victim's daughter was discovered sitting on a chair in the living room playing with her iPhone and watching videos on YouTube. When police asked where her mother was, Borch refused to leave her computer and simply pointed upstairs.
A later police examination of the computer showed that she had watched endless repeats of the beheadings of the two Britons, both of whom had gone to Syria on humanitarian missions.
'She watched them the whole evening long,' said prosecutors at her trial. When police first arrived at the house she didn't leave the computer and merely pointed upstairs to indicate where her mother lay dead. It was this apparent disinterest which made her prime suspect in a matter of minutes. The court heard that Borch's twin sister had recently moved out of the family home because she couldn't stand the constant arguing that went on between her mother and sister.
Prosecutors said it was this 'endless rowing which cost the mother her life.'
The court was told that Borch had teamed up with Abdulla after being dumped by her first lover. The two planned to flee together to Syria and fight for the ISIS cause.
Borch claimed at the trial that they were 'just good friends' but authorities believe they were lovers.
The rows with her mother intensified as she pressured her daughter to break off her relationship with him and 'live the life of a normal teenager.' Prosecutor Karina Skou told the court that the pair made a diabolical pact to kill her mother saying: 'This murder was cold blooded, ice cold and committed in a bestial manner.'Borch even showed her twin sister the knife she planned to use to kill their mother, but the comment was incorrectly written off a macabre joke.
In court Borch and Abdulla blamed one another for the killing of Mrs Holtegaard. He claimed to have only arrived to 'help Lisa' after the teenager had already killed her mother. But Borch said Abdulla had actually been the knifeman.
The muddled version of events meant the court heard several stories about what actually happened. Although Abdulla was no longer at the property when police arrived, investigators found his fingerprints in the victim's bedroom.
Although it couldn't be established who'd actually delivered the blows that killed Mrs Holtegaard, both of the accused were found guilty of murder. Borch was sentenced to nine years in prison, the first of which will be spent in a youth offenders institute. Abdulla received 13 years and will be expelled from Denmark when his sentence is up. Both were ordered to pay around £40,000 in compensation to Mrs. Holtergaard's husband - Borch's stepfather - as well as her twin sister and a younger brother. Borch's twin was in court to see her sister sentenced but did not look at her during the trial."
"KERRY MUSLIM GROUP HITS BACK AT CRITICISM OF MOSQUE.
Chairperson of the Kerry Islamic Outreach Society, Dr. Rizwan Khan, has spoken out about the Irish attitude toward Islam following the actions of an anti-Mosque group in Tralee, Co. Kerry last week.
In early July, the Irish branch of PEGIDA (“Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West,”established in Germany in 2014) handed out anti-Islam flyers in Tralee town center protesting the development of a new mosque in the Killerisk area of Tralee.
Dr. Khan has since spoken to Tralee Today about the protests and the online petition established by the anti-Islam group.
“Even though it was about something anti-Islamic, we were happy with the response,” he told them. “We have to see what is happening here in Tralee and what was important was that most of the people from the town were supportive.”
“Those people [making negative comments] are not getting their knowledge of Islam from first hand experience and so makes them stereotype. We believe that Muslims have to take some responsibility, so that’s why we do an information stall twice a month in The Square, where people can talk to us about any clarification,” he continued.
“Many people have approached us to talk about Islam, they ask us questions about ISIS, Boko Haram and many acts of terrorism and we give them a very straightforward answer; that those groups do not belong to Muslims at all.”
The proposed development was lodged with Kerry County Council last April, on behalf of Kerry Islamic Cultural Centre, which wishes to move from their current mosque and establish a new one on a 2.24 acre site in a business park at Killerisk.
Last week, the decision on whether to grant planning permission was delayed over the question of whether a call to prayer would be used once the mosque was in use. The current proposal includes a 75 foot tall minaret attached to the building from which calls to prayer are usually sounded.
“The call to prayer has been an issue raised, but nobody has said because there is a minaret the call to prayer is going to happen,” Dr. Khan told Tralee Today.
“There is not a chance it will happen because the neighbors’ rights are our utmost priority in Islam. The mosque is moving [from the entrance to Fortfield estate on the Killerisk road] only for one reason: because it is in housing estate. Where it is moving to, is an industrial estate.”
A member of the Irish branch of PEGIDA, which has filed no official complaint with the county council according to the Irish Times, outlined their anti-Islamic sentiment on Radio Kerry last week, as well as the group’s intention to establish a new Irish political party: “The Celtic People’s Party of Ireland.”
“Islam is taking over, all over the world,” he told the radio station. “When they become the dominant religion [in an area] they impose their own laws on people. This has happened in France where there are Muslim-only areas and this has happened in England as well where Sharia law is enforced.”
One of the primary concerns of “The Celtic People’s Party of Ireland” appears to be the influx of people into Ireland in recent years.
Their website states that “at the current rate of influx, we Celtic people will be in a minority in our own homeland by the year 2050. This is nothing less than deliberate population displacement – a crime against humanity according to the UN Genocide Convention.”
The group hold these views despite the fact that the Irish government believes that 2017 will be the first year since 2009 that more people will move into Ireland than leave. By 2017 thousands of Irish people will have moved to various other countries around the world in the same manner as those currently moving to our shores.
Tralee Today reports that, according to the 2011 census figures, Kerry has the fourth largest number of Muslim residents in Ireland with 833 Muslims living in Tralee town itself and over 1,500 living throughout the county.
It is unknown how many members the Irish branch of PEGIDA has. When questioned by Radio Kerry, the PEGIDA member declined to give an exact figure saying, “We have a quite a large membership and we want to keep it secret for now before we get bigger.”
Once registered as a political party, “The Celtic People’s Party of Ireland” – described on their website as a political organization committed to promoting and preserving our Celtic culture and people – plans to run in local and general elections. Their main party policies are outlined as: the abolition of water charges, road tolls, property tax; the reintroduction of the Irish pound (alongside the Euro); a ban on pornography and a ban on the promotion of homosexuality. Despite this, their website also states: “We believe in equal rights for all the Peoples of mankind.”
This is the second time permission has been sought for the relocation of the mosque in Tralee. A previous submission was refused last year over traffic concerns around the industrial site, which is bound by houses and just a short distance from Kerry General Hospital, the Manor shopping center and Kerry County Council. This current submission includes a full traffic study on the traffic in the area and Islamic prayer times."