Monday, October 18, 2010

Islamic Taliban warns Dutch government

Image: Bibi Ayesha, whose nose and ears were cut off by her husband under the authoritarian Taliban regime, makes an appearance with her temporary prosthetic nose at the Grossman Burn Foundation's "The Art of Humanity" gala in Los Angeles, California, in this handout taken on October 8, 2010. It was her first time out in public since she received her temporary prosthetics.


"If he (Wilders) succeeds in manipulating the Dutch parliament to pass more anti-Islamic legislation ... there is no doubt that Muslims from other countries will take action to help their Muslim brothers and sisters," Mujahed said.
A flaccid threat.

These are the same people who are up there stoning women and shooting them in the head for choosing their own partners.


A senior Afghan Taliban official has warned of an attack against the Netherlands if its new government implements the agenda of anti-Islam MP Geert Wilders, the Volkskrant daily reported Monday.

"If the Netherlands maintains or intensifies its anti-Islam policy, it is certain that the Netherlands will be the target of an attack by a jihadist group," Zabiullah Mujahed, a long-time Taliban spokesman, is quoted as having told the newspaper.

Wilders, who campaigns to "stop the Islamisation of the Netherlands", went on trial on October 4 for calling Islam "fascist" and likening the Koran to Hitler's "Mein Kampf".

His Party for Freedom has signed a pact to provide a new minority, rightist coalition government of Christian Democrats and liberals with the votes they need in parliament in return for a voice in policy formation.

The agreement commits the new government, inaugurated last Thursday, to a hardened immigration policy that will include the introduction of a burqa ban and measures to sharply reduce immigrant numbers.

"If he (Wilders) succeeds in manipulating the Dutch parliament to pass more anti-Islamic legislation ... there is no doubt that Muslims from other countries will take action to help their Muslim brothers and sisters," Mujahed said.

He added that the Taliban was "very careful in its relations with the Netherlands" because "it was the first country that decided to stop the occupation of our country".

A dispute over continuing military aid to Afghanistan led to the collapse of the previous Dutch coalition government in February, and the subsequent withdrawal of Dutch forces after four years in that country.

AFP

2 comments:

Laurie said...

What a beautiful young woman, how can any man hurt such a loverly lady, or any person for that matter. I hope you now have a wonderful life Bibi Aisha and all my best wishes for your future.

Laurie
Aussie

Noa said...

And what with her ears?