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Sharia Enforcement at University of New Mexico: “Resolution 6S” passes


This is what sharia law looks like in America. Sheep to slaughter.

Anti-Muslim hate crime barely registers. Anti-Jewish, anti-black, anti-gay hate crimes are significantly more common, with antisemitic hate crime coming in at over 60%. But facts, reality and truth are hate speech now.

Faked hate leading to anti-freedom legislation.

Muslim anti-semitism on college campuses is rampant, but you never see resolutions, newspaper articles, prohibitions on that nazism.

One of the students wrote me, “I think you would be interested to know that Islamophobia is now officially at my school, the University of New Mexico. The same place where Nonie Darwish was harassed in 2012. Apparently a few days ago, a “Resolution 6S” was passed. Now anyone who opposes Islam is an ‘islamophobe’ at UNM.”

It speaks volumes that this resolution comes in the wake of the North Carolina parking dispute. A nasty neighbor’s rage over use of his parking space becomes “islamophobia,” even though the shooter said more than once that he preferred Muslims to Christians. And it didn’t take place on a college campus, either. It had nothing to do with Islam.


Resolutuon 6S bans “prejudice against Islam or Muslims, especially as a political force.” Sharia is political Islam — any rational human being who cherishes his or her freedom would do well to oppose it.

These young people should be working to purge the sharia from gender apartheid, creed apartheid and other Islamic practices, and to free people living under Islamic oppression. Today’s Peace Corps should be working to purge the sharia of oppression. Instead, these zombies are carrying water for the most extreme ideology on the face of the earth.


“ASUNM to UNM: Proclaim support for Muslim students,” Daily Lobo, March 5, 2015

In the wake of recent attacks targeting Muslims on American college campuses and around the world, ASUNM unanimously passed a cautionary resolution at Wednesday’s meeting urging UNM administration to state their opposition to Islamophobia.

Sen. Udell Calzadillas Chavez, who introduced Resolution 6S, said there is a widespread culture of fear and ignorance that perpetuates violence against Muslims. The purpose of the resolution is to provoke better understanding of Islam in the UNM community.

“This is a proactive approach to events in the United States and around the world,” he said.

Citing domestic attacks against Islam such as the February killing of three Muslim students at the University of North Carolina and a Molotov cocktail being thrown at the Albuquerque Islamic Center last year, as well as the continuing fight against ISIS in the Middle East, the legislation states that UNM “should stand strong in opposition of Islamophobia and related hate crimes.”

The document defined Islamophobia as “dislike or prejudice against Islam or Muslims, especially as a political force.”

Ihsan Wadud-Rodriguez, a senior Psychology major and Muslim student, said prejudice is often driven by inaccurate and uninformed presumptions about Muslims and the religion they practice.

“Islam has been unfairly confounded with cultural practices,” Wadud-Rodriguez said. “Those very cultural practices which are not supported by Americans are also not supported by Islam. There’s no contradiction: I don’t experience any self-discrepancy between my American values and Islamic values.”

Wadud-Rodriguez said judgments shouldn’t be rashly conjured simply by the distinct appearance of a Muslim.

“I’m just hoping to spread understanding and have Muslim students feel more safe on campus and not have to worry if they seem like they’re affiliated with Islam,” she said. “If their name is Muhammad, if they’re wearing a hijab, then they’re going to be targeted.”

Wadud-Rodriguez said the UNC shooting deeply affected her and her fellow Muslims. Seeing that ASUNM immediately acted by writing an anti-Islamophobia resolution gave her assurance of the student governing body’s stance.

She said she didn’t know about the legislation until it was already written.

“I thought it was extremely mindful and just incredible, showing that kind of support for us,” she said.

Rameez Burney, a business graduate student and member of the Muslim Student Association, said he hopes the passage of the resolution will prompt University students to do their research on the Islamic religion and culture so that they realize their initial conclusions may be false.

“I definitely hope it’s a first step for us, to get out there and tell people that we understand what’s going on,” he said. “They can even come talk to us. We want to open people’s eyes to acceptance. There’s no cause for the fear and hysteria, it’s just unnecessary.”

Burney said the fact that UNM prides itself on being a diverse campus only emphasizes the resolution’s impact.

“It’s very necessary,” he said. “It opens that door. There is an impending danger, like what happened in North Carolina. We want people to feel safe about asking questions. To be a Lobo means to be accepted in the entirety of the University.”

  • Nathan

    What really get to me is.

    Can’t these people, no matter who/what they are, not look out into the great yonder that is ‘our world’ and see, for themselves all the hate and misery in the islamic world?

    I can, and most people I know can. So what are they doing? Are they doing this on purpose? Eh? What is wrong with them?

    Have you brought up your kids to hate you so much they would rather suffer sharia, than explain to you why their job at Burger King went wrong?

    I just hope your double whopper with cheese was worth it.

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    • Gufo

      I agree, but a key concept to understand ISLAM and the arab world in general is their twisted idea of “honor”. They are still living in the 7th century, we shall never forget that, which was what scholars call “a shame society”. Which means that, no matter what, you cannot lose face. Everything is preferable to losing face. Hence the honor killing, the subjugation of women as a way to show how well men can manage their property, the killings of whoever questions what their life is based on, etc. You can try to ask any muslim about trivial matters, too, such as the weather, something they thought it was right but it’s not, etc. and see how long it takes them to turn into rabid dogs from the very moment they realize that they are not right about something. See how painful it is for these retards to say even “maybe” we are doing something wrong. It is worse than death, as we all see every day, everywhere in the world, every time muslims start taking over. This is their IQ, they are not fit for civilization, they know, and they can’t take it.

      • JT
      • lgcamp

        muslims wouldn’t know TRUTH if it slapped them in the face. They should all go back to the middle east where they can enjoy a 7th century culture. America is on track with the 21st century. Ignorance and barbarism may be bliss for muslims but America is a progressive nation, living in the NOW.

        • Stuart McHardy

          They can’t even agree, Shia to Sunni, on the calendar and phases of the moon, even though astronomy was supposed to be one of their strong suits, and part of their contribution to science…LOL. The phases are on the calendar, plain as day, but these head-tucked-into dark recesses sheople, can’t get over their simpleton, childish clannishness to figure it out and settle it.

          • Tom Babalon

            Actually their big contribution was Algebra, and when you compare the two major forms of Islam to the um, 2,000 branches of Christianity who have re-translated and re-interpreted the Bible hundreds of times. (At least people in Egypt speak the Arabic the Qu’ran is written in. Speak any Ancient Hebrew or Koine Greek much?) So when you are talking about all this disagreement about religion, perhaps you should start with your own.

          • Chloe Rowles

            @guest…..It doesn’t matter what language either Holy Book was written in; it matters what is said, how it is interpreted, and if the people have advanced their culture, ridding themselves of the barbarism of the middle ages. TODAY the people of almost all religions have abandoned any of the archaic, many barbaric, rituals of their past, EXCEPT for the Muslims. Even the ‘moderate,’ non terrorist sects of Islam still practice mistreatment of their women, intolerance of other religions, and honor punishments. Stoning deaths are still practiced by Muslims who are not terrorists. Woman in most Muslim countries and households are STILL not allowed to be out in public without being covered from head to toe, and have none of the rights that their men have.
            BTW: Most Christians today value the Old Testament for its historical information about the beginning of Christianity, but follow the teachings of Jesus Christ found in the New Testament for their beliefs. They no longer believe in ‘an eye for an eye’ (OT), but rather ‘turn the other cheek'(NT). They believe self defense is the only justification for killing.
            In short, most of today’s religions have thrown off the shackles of the barbarism of the Middle and Dark ages, and moved into the Light, something the muslims have NOT done.

          • Facts are a Nuisance

            Algebra is a creation of Greek and Indian mathematicians, not Muslims.

            “Algebra” is merely the Arabic name for other peoples’ works, which came into common use because the Arabic text by al-Khwarizmi was translated and widely disseminated throughout Europe.

          • unclebuck7

            The Arabs contributed to science BEFORE Islam. Mohammed let his people into abject darkness and it killed their scientific abilities and their creative urge. Now all they do is destroy and kill a la ‘O Satan their bloody master.

          • unclebuck7

            Did you see the imam who swore that the earth is flat? He was LEGISLATING that to his people.

      • rabrooks

        Yes! The first response is “is that in the koran?” Next comes “let’s not talk about pislam. I get angry when I talk about pislam.” They can’t handle their own sheet!

        • Gufo

          So true, the other day I was talking to a muslim who said that the quran is like a poem, and I pointed out that it’s a poem preaching racial hate and genocide based on creed, it’s a poem telling you that it is ok to marry (see rape) a 9 years old, that you should lock your wife in the bedroom and beat her up if she’s not obedient (like an animal), that Christians and Jews are the descendants of apes and pigs… she got really upset as if I was insulting her. I didn’t even say what I think of it, I just reported what the quran says. I guess I’m a hater-bigot-racist-right-wing-extremist for reading a book :)

          • rabrooks

            From what i’ve learned, I can honestly say that most mudslimes have read very little to none of the koran. They depend on imams (a few that can read and write arabic) to tell them what they need to know. An entire religion, steered by a few people, educated by one particular school of thought.

          • maxprkr

            Read it yourself! Thus bloody book governs the massacre of our entire world.

        • Gregory Mullaley

          The Koran wasn’t put to print until after Mohammed’s death by his followers, just like most of what’s in the Bible. All of this nonsense (religion) is made up by ignorant people trying to understand the world around them. Now we have science and we know that things like diseases, earthquakes, floods, etc. are not from some angry god but can be explained by science now rather than through superstition. Science doesn’t try to explain everything like religion and therefore there will never be a ‘meeting of the minds’. I distrust all who let themselves be guided by bronze age myths, or any for that matter, because they are irrational beings and that makes them dangerous. This is yet another chapter in human history where people have given up their right to think and take responsibility for their own actions and hand it over to some invisible magic man in the sky. As the great philosopher Forrest Gump once said, “Stupid is as stupid does”, surely fits at this university, and the many who attend it.

          • Flower

            You’re right about the Quran, but you’re dead wrong about the Bible. Parts of it were written by FIRST HAND ACCOUNTS of those who walked with the Messiah. King David wrote much of the Psalms. ALL of the disciples were willing to die for their faith because of what they experienced with the Messiah. And ONLY those who don’t know God or His goodness, are willing to spend eternity WITHOUT Him.

          • Gregory Mullaley

            Fairytales are still fairytales, no matter who writes them. Outside the Bible, there is little to no historical evidence for what occurs in either Testament. The belief, and that’s all it is, that the Gospels were actually written by the names on them is ridiculous. There is no credible proof of them being first hand witnesses to Jesus. Even most Bible scholars say that they were written at least 60 years after Jesus’s death so that would make the apostles at least 90+ years of age. And how did these 4 apostles become such scholars as to write in Greek for their own people whom, if any could read, it would have been in Hebrew or Aramaic? The Bible isn’t really even a single book as most Christians believe. It was contrived, by a vote no less, in the early 4th century. Even then, there have been books added and others taken out, depending on which group of Christians you followed. And tell me this: Moses was raised as an Egyptian and yet is credited with writing the first 5 books in the O.T., which are in Hebrew. Wow, that really is amazing because the earliest records of written Hebrew didn’t appear until more than 4 centuries after Moses died! Your Bible, like the Koran, has more holes in it than Swiss cheese.

          • sishambone

            Real cities real persons Pontius Pilate herod etc 24000 plus manuscripts archaeological science internal consistency Check Luke 2 verses 1 and 2 using outside data the date is 27 A D: at that time the Roman emperor Augustus decreed that a census should be taken throughout the Roman empire. This was the first census taken when Quoting a was governor of Syria…

          • Gregory Mullaley

            Let me get this straight, I’m suppose to use the bible as evidence for the bible? The bible hardly counts as a historical document for an account of much of anything. Let’s start with why there is no archaeological evidence of a large Jewish group as slaves, or anything for that matter, in Egypt. Nor why there is no evidence for all those people wandering the Sinai for 40 years? I know, no one has found it yet! Yeah, that’s the ticket. I’m not interested in hearing from some ‘biblical scholar’ who only wants to ‘prove’ his bible. I’m looking for real peer reviewed historical evidence. You know, that simply because someone wrote some things a long time ago doesn’t mean that they are true.

          • dynbrake

            Right. And just because Darwin wrote a fairytale 150+ years ago, doesn’t mean it is true either. So, you take all of your Darwin nonsense stuff out, everything that has an evolutionary fairytale perspective, every word ever written by an evolutionist out, completely out, first. You leave your false belief weapons at home, before you ask us to leave our Swords at home.

            But lets start with the archaeological evidence at the bottom of the Red Sea. The remains of the chariots of Pharaoh are there. And the archaeological evidence at the real Mt.Sinai in Arabia, (where the Apsotle Paul said it is.) Lots and lots of evidence from 3 + million people there! Let’s not forget the pits that Joseph ordered to be dug to store the grain saved during the seven-years of abundant harvest, that are still there to be seen. All real historical, empirical evidence.

            So your, “I know, no one has found it yet” statement is a lie.

          • Gregory Mullaley

            Fairytales are what your precious compendium of bronze age myths are (bible). Darwin is now backed up by 150 years of geology and biology(especially genetics), and they have shown evolution to be scientifically valid, unlike your myths. As for your chariots, they’ve been shown to be no ‘big’ find. No REAL scholars can confirm the story, only those from unaccredited bible colleges. The finding of two chariots has not set the archeological world on fire. Yes, there are a number of bones and armor, but that could be from a ship or barge that simply sunk. That is not evidence of Moses and some ‘miracle’. It is only evidence that some people drown there, and nothing more. The same goes for your faux story of so-called evidence at the real/unreal Mt. Sinai; from phony bible scholars. And there is still no evidence of ANYWHERE in the rest of the desert of any large group living there, EVER; only a few small bands of wandering Bedouins. Question: If Moses was to have written Exodus and the other three books after it, how and where did he learn Hebrew since he was raised as an Egyptian? And by what miracle of miracles did cause Moses (14th Century B.C.) to write about these wonderful events in Hebrew, because written Hebrew didn’t exist until the 10th century B.C., at least 400 years after the supposed death of Moses? And please quote a real scholars that have published peer-review works based on facts, rather than your phony bible scholars who, like you, take myths seriously. Grow up little boy, they’re all just stories from a dark and dim age (bible).

          • dynbrake

            Wow! I touched a nerve there. Of course, you are incorrect, because Darwin is a fairytale and cannot be backed up at all. Biology and genetics actually disprove Darwin, not support him. Evolution has NOT been shown to be valid in any way shape or form. They have done a very good job of brainwashing you, though.

            So, you just don’t like the evidence. Well, so what? It is still there, and
            your interpretation is incorrect. That doesn’t even rate “nice try, though” award.

            You have got to be trying to kid me! How and where did Mose learn Hebrew? Let’s see….He was merely a prince in Egypt; he was merely educated in “all of the learning of the Egyptians” (Acts 7:22); he was merely rich (as princes usually are, I bet.) The country which adopted him merely had about 3 million Hebrew slaves. So, yeah, I bet he learned Hebrew in, of all places, Egypt!!

            Obviously, it doesn’t take very much to see that since the Bible is true, your “scholars” whomever they are, are wrong about Hebrew not existing until 400 years after the death of Moses. Yeah, I’ll take God’s word over yours every day.

            Oh, and peer-review works based upon facts — since God supersedes any human ideas, I’d say His facts are beyond anything you can invent in your corrupt mind.

          • Gregory Mullaley

            Well your ignorance of linguistics is apparent as is your understanding of science other than pseudo-science from unlettered bible school phonies, Proves you’ve never attended anything substantial beyond high school. I see you like to jump all over the bible and cherry pick the ‘just so’ lines and then pitifully try to reconstruct them into something meaningful but it won’t work. Moses couldn’t have written in Hebrew as it did not exist in written form and everyone who understand linguistics knows that no one keeps their native language after a few generations. But you being the high school drop out who thinks that the bible has all the answers I’m wasting my time throwing pearls before swine such as you. Hey, you can get yourself a GED Bubba, but you’ll have to take some real science courses. I don’t know how you’ll manage given that you work at some menial minimum wage job, probably 2 or 3 because of you lack of learning, to take time and get a real education beyond the fairytales you indulge yourself in. Yeah, it sucks to be you being faced with the fact that your whole world is based on myths. You’re so all in that it blinds you with anger that you’re living a lie. I just hope you don’t reproduce because that last thing we need is more simpleminded nitwits like you. Tah tah kiddo.

          • dynbrake

            No, bud. Your false interpretation calls it cherry-picking, but that does not make it so. The falsity of your argument is proven by your attempts to make yourself superior when you are not superior to me in any way. Not in education, not in any other way. Your understanding is limited.
            Sadly for you, your pride will lead to your downfall.

          • Gregory Mullaley

            Pal, I’m superior to you in every way that’s meaningful. My education level is far above yours, but I’ll bet if you keep trying real hard, you’ll get that there GED someday and then you can move up to assistant french-fry manager. In the meantime, I’m still waiting for you to cite your peer reviewed sources for your biblical claims. And I mean real scholars in mainline publications, not some phony biblical pseudo-historian published in a religious journal.

          • dynbrake

            You only wish you were.

          • Gregory Mullaley

            What, no long pithy response? I probably shouldn’t be too critical seeing how you’re probably working several low paying jobs due to your lack of education, so you really don’t have the time to give a longer response. Hey, here’s an idea; you can get one of your church friends to help with your so-called historical reply to your biblical fairytales. But just remember, I need to see real professional, peer reviewed historical documents, not some musings of a half-educated pseudo-historian bible scholar. Good luck buddy!

      • 4True

        But why are our officials (non- Muslims like at this school) willing to give up our/their freedom so these whack jobs can “save face”?

        • Gufo

          I would say money and vote power, as I see not other logical and valid explanation. I hope there is one, but I can barely see it.

        • L O

          They give it up because They don’t dare take a stand.. Nobody wants to be chased down the street with cameras andcrew by Inside edition or 60 Minutes screaming racist.

    • Tom Babalon

      Can you demonstrate the various places that the Muslim world is so miserable? I can. No. 1 place of misery is Saudi Arabia, No. 2 is Qatar, both of which are our chief allies, they recieve the lion’s share of the money we spend for fuel oil and gasoline n this country, and they are the seat of what Westerners call ‘Radical Islam’. Radical Islam is very new. It started in the 17th Century, and was obscure, and remained obscure until it was taken up by the Sauds and then we started giving them a bunch of oil money. Sh’ia Muslims have no imperial ideology for example, nor an ‘endtimes scenario’ like mad Sunnis do. Before real progress can be made on this world stage, people in the US need to see Arabs, Persians and Asians who are Muslims as individuals. To not do that takes us back to the old days of Jim Crow and other forms of terrible bigotry. Don’t make these people into the new Native Americans, because that was a crime too.

  • William556

    Can’t wait until they order all those liberal ladies into burkas. That will be hysterical.

  • Your Friend Clem

    The insufferable tone of condescension and wallowing victimhood.
    “No-one understands us and no-one likes us”.
    How intellectually empyrean , to conclude that ” We will make them like us ”
    is feasible.

    • 1PierreMontagne1

      He is not exaclty being accurate and using only half truths.
      For example the complete view is more like “We will make them like us and if they refuse we will kill them”.

      Strange how half truths only tell part of the story.

    • milt w

      See why he is an M&M he does get it..

  • Horatio

    There are no moderate Muslims this Imam spills it out very plainly

    • SubSumeYou

      Nobody wants their presence. Nobody wants their culture. Don’t need their presence where they are not wanted or desired.

      • Darrius

        they have a culture???? – when did this happen???

        • Commieobamie

          Dumping an obama and using your left hand to wife off his remains, NOW that’s culture!

      • wannabchief


    • Matt Foley

      It looks like we only accept the best and brightest immigrants. They are so different to us, and want to see us destroyed, they hate us because they ain’t us. Our poor childrens’ future.

      • Stuart McHardy

        But they want what you have – clean, orderly neighborhoods, good schools, grassy lawns, clean drinking water, electricity, cable/satellite movies…..ooooh, and the ready access to violent and illegal forms of porn! So much of that found in homes of the insurgents and extremists in Iraq! But it was probably the wife’s……

    • Jonathan Dunkin

      The information is out there. They do not attempt to hide it. Western leaders just choose to ignore it in the name of political correctness and progressiveness. God forbid anyone get offended, ever, unless they are Jewish or Christian.

      • Gregory Mullaley

        I was wondering how long a child like you would last before you broke down and started calling me names. You’re emotionally stuck somewhere between 8th and 9th grade at best. I know what divinity means but it is NOT a name for your make-believe friend in the sky. Anyone with more than half a brain knows that if the founders wanted to name god they would have said god, or Jehovah, or Yahweh, or Jesus , but the FACT is they didn’t-period. Devine Providence is open for interpretation by anyone. Time to grow up and stop acting all butt-hurt simply because I don’t believe in your invisible friends and because I tore apart your silly Christian Nation fantasy. Try reading some grown-up books little boy instead of your silly fairytales.

        • Jonathan Dunkin

          I don’t care what you believe, and you certainly did not tear apart the idea that America was built on a foundation of Christianity. Everyone with a brain knows that divinity is not a name for God, but it IS a reference TO God. Lastly, you say it’s name calling. I call it telling it like it is. Objectively, you are quite stupid. I am not politically correct enough to refrain from pointing that out. When I see an idiot, I point out they’re an idiot. You are an idiot. It’s really pretty simple.

          • Gregory Mullaley

            Wrong sonny boy, if the founders meant god they knew how to spell it but they didn’t, now did they. God is not mentioned once in the Constitution, the main body of law on which this country WAS founded. Look all you want, god is not there. You can make all the excuses you want, but they won’t wash. And yes, I tore your precious little idea that America was built on a Christian foundation because I provided proof to the contrary (Late motto date on money and the pledge) while you’ve provided zero in support of your position. So yes, your little thesis lies in ruins at your feet. I can tell a “Fundy” like you from a million miles away from your juvenile outbursts thinly disguised as some kind of righteous moral (Christian) outrage. As for being stupid or an idiot, I’m not the one who has based his whole life on some book of bronze age fairly tales (Bible). Small wonder you get angry with such a flimsy moral foundation from which to view the world. You’re like the kid who gets told that Santa Clause isn’t real. I’m just hoping you won’t burst into tears, they could ruin your keyboard.

  • Americanpatriot2014

    shouldn’t you be fighting injustice to women, children and non-believers done in the name of Islam instead of fighting those who recognize Islam for the scourge that it is. Can you not read a newspaper and see the atrocities being performed in the name of Islam and Sharia Law? Yet, you choose to embrace Sharia Law????

    • SubSumeYou

      It’s their ‘all strategies’ is what they’re employing according to the instructions given by their raving lunatic, pedophile, violent, illiterate Muhammad. So, one of these strategies is when in foreign lands and their number is low is to appear civilized, appear friendly and decent.

      Though, it seems contradictory, because in the Qu’ran, Muhammad instructs to kill the unbelievers/infidel wherever they are. He didn’t instruct them to wait around and have kids because that is a long time and I would imagine the muslim who is still young is feeling crazy pressure from not following, literally, the directive given which is to kill the unbeliever IMMEDIATELY, which stands to reason, these muslims are not behaving according to the instruction in Islam, a book made of one lie after another. Wow.That’s crazy.

      • rabrooks

        Remember, pislam is patient! 100 years to spread from spain to persia. Their siege of constantinople was 70 years. pislam has no regarde for individuals. It’s only concern is the growth of pislam. At any cost! When you accept that, you’ll know that anything is on the table….

    • Betty4440

      maybe they all should take a course studying the Qur’an. and what is really in it. butttt no they will take some nuts word for what it says. do some reading and studying before passing some law that you will regret later.

    • When you bend your laws to accommodate other peoples laws soon those people will bend you to their law. SAY NO TO SHARIA LAW

  • disqus_HlH4Faibhw

    In response, all the other kids should get together and demand resolutions against Christophobia, Judeophobia, Buddhaphobia, Hinduphobia, Atheistophobia, Agnostophobia, Baha’iophobia, Zoroastrophobia….and all the other religiophobias that don’t exist…

    • wulff

      atheistophobia ya ean?

      • disqus_HlH4Faibhw

        yeah…we’re both spelling it correctly!

  • SubSumeYou

    Sen. Udell is a liberal, an IDIOT.

  • Gnomercy9

    Here it comes, fellow thought criminals. Just like in Europe, every incident will be exploited to establish the “superior and protected class”

  • Spanabama

    So now I can be told who to like or dislike…??? B.S. And as far as muslims go, if they are following what is written in the quran, then they do not deserve any respect and don’t deserve to be “liked”.

    • wannabchief

      you got that right!

  • Alain DeWitt

    Sorry but this is not silencing free speech. It’s merely a resolution station opposition to Islamophobia. I happen to agree that there is no anti-Muslim backlash – and if there were it would be an entirely rational response but neither does this measure inhibit free speech. For example, nowhere in the article does it mention consequences for engaging in Islamophobia. It’s a purely symbolic measure.

    • Aleteia

      The consequences will be a gift card, and a dozen of roses if the student is female.

    • SJS

      Because there’s an epidemic of islamophobia, right? But since you seem to have an open mind, come back in a few years. Right now, you are projecting you own good will.

      • Alain DeWitt

        I don’t understand your comment. I said there’s NOT been an epidemic of Islamophobia.

        • SJS

          Yes. But you’re not seeing it for what it is: typical islamist fascist ploy. Looks innocent to you.

          • Alain DeWitt

            Trying to divine intent is dangerous ground. That’s how you arrive at the place where words have new or no meaning. It’s why I am against the classification of some crimes as hate crimes. You are criminalizing thought and how do you prove what someone is thinking. Better to judge words and deeds plainly.

          • SJS

            I like this in your last sentence “better to judge deeds plainly”. Do it.

  • Radegunda

    “Islam has been unfairly confounded with cultural practices,”

    Are they referring to such “cultural practices” as killing people who “insult” Islam? Or imposing other harsh penalties that are specifically prescribed in the sharia?

    It’s funny how Muslims resort to the “culture, not Islam” argument when they’re referring to “cultural practices” that reign in places that have been pickled in Islam for many centuries — places that are ruled by the belief that Islam is a “total way of life,” governing every aspect of existence.

  • LD McClellan

    Clearly unconstitutional because it’s anti freedom. Totalitarians do not have any rights here.

  • Matt Foley

    We already have hate laws. This Udell Calzadillas Chavez, useful idiot, just gave more power to a muslim groups, fake civil rights movement. If they want to fit in with Americans they can’t keep siding with terrorists.

    • sooner4ever

      Special civil rights for muslims is a non-starter. Special civil rights go to people because they have immutable character traits. There is nothing immutable about islam, other than the fact that those who follow it tend not to be the sharpest knives in the drawer. However, they are quick to use those knives no matter how dull, to remove heads from those they deem unworthy. Barbarians is too nice a word for those primitive cretins.

  • Linda

    “…I don’t experience any self-discrepancy between my American values and my Islamic values.”

    Not while he’s the minority vote, anyway.

  • DEPORT these muslims back to east NOW!! The sharia law is UNCONSTITUTIONAL in our Judeo-Christian Nation United States of America!!


    Love and Shalom, YSIC o/


    • FirstAmendment

      No religion has a place in our Government. What you worship is your business and should never be forced on to others.

      • claudio

        1st. Amndment, nobody forces Christianity on anyone! This country was founded on Christian values and principles, so Christianity has its place in our society!

        • Gregory Mullaley

          Please site book, chapter, and verse(s) that can be found in the U.S. Constitution which IS the foundation of this country. And don’t hand out some crap about the pilgrims/puritans, that was 150 before this was the U.S. Besides, many of the early colonies were started as financial venture, not on religious issues.

          • Flower

            Keep telling yourself that, greg … and suck some more of that Kool-aid!

      • Jonathan Dunkin

        That’s not completely true. Christianity DOES have a place in our government. That is why our money bears the words “In God We Trust” and why oaths are taken with hand on the Bible. You are partially correct, however. Religion should not and is not forced on anyone in this country. Freedom of religion does not mean that religion is banned from the government. It means that the government cannot tell you who, what, how or even whether to worship.

        • Flower

          Unfortunately, SOME religion is now being forced on Americans … Islam! It’s being taught in schools in 3 states now.

        • Gregory Mullaley

          Not true either: You, along with FirstAmendment, get an “F” in American History. In “God We Trust” wasn’t added to paper currency until 1957 during the “Red” scare. The same goes for “Under God” in the Pledge, that was added for the same reason in 1954. It also not part of the Presidential Oath “So Help Me God”; check out the Constitution and you won’t find it there (Art. 2). And no one is obliged to swear on the Bible, one can choose to take a secular oath in court or in any official matter. In fact, Article 6, paragraph 3, states that no religious test shall be required as a qualification for any office… . This lie of a “Christian Nation” is getting old, but hey, there are lots of liars out there. Try reading some real history, not that fake crap by idiots like David Barton and his ilk.

          • Flower

            The POINT is that the MAJORITY of Americans DO believe in God.

          • Jonathan Dunkin

            And you, my friend, get an F in reading comprehension. I made no statements regarding WHEN God was added to currency, nor when it was added to the pledge. And here is a little history for you. The final line of the Declaration of Independence is as follows: “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.” A firm reliance on the protection of divine providence. Sacred honor. Clearly, to anyone who possesses a functioning brain, these are references to God.

          • Gregory Mullaley

            The main topic of your screed was that the U.S. is a “Christian Nation”, which you’ve failed to provide proof of. And as for an “F” in reading comprehension, you get one in it and in logic, which is 2 “F’s”. Your implication that this was a Christian nation from its founding is refuted by the facts of the late dates on the currency and the Pledge. So stop trying to weasel your way out of me exposing your ignorance of history. By the way ,’Divine providence’ is not any name for god; it’s certainly never used in the bible as either a name or title for god, so your ‘assumption’ and that’s all it is, only shows your poor reading comprehension skills, and faulty assumptions based on your lack of training in logic and rhetoric. Trying reading some real books on reasoning and real history instead of fairytales. In a word – “Grow Up”!

          • Jonathan Dunkin

            Divinity definition: : the state of being a god : the state of being divine

            : a god or goddess

            : the formal study of religion, religious practices, and religious beliefs

            You’re an idiot.

  • Aleteia

    Write Mr.Ramirez mails. Are we Charlie or not? What do we do without freedomof speech?

  • ReaganAK47

    Are there any legislations to protect infidels and Christians in the Middle East or muslim lands? The shameless boldness and audacity of these violent people is beyond me!! Meanwhile there is so much infidelphobia and christianophobia in every moslim land that no one is addressing.

  • KimWilde

    Using our laws to make us submit to them and I do mean them! Liberal college really means stupid!

  • We’re going to see the term Islamphobia defined in this way more and more often.

    To say that Islam is not a political force is madness!

    Islam is more political than it is religious.

    • JT

      Statistical Islam:

      The World’s Most Toxic Value System:

    • Craig Tovey

      You are correct. It is lunacy to deny that Islam is a political force. But to say that it is more political than it is religious misses the point. Read the book “Future Jihad” by Walid Phares. He explains that Jihadist Islam makes no distinction between religion and politics.

      • Craig,
        Actually, I have read Future Jihad and had a few person-to-person communiques with Dr. Phares.

        That Islam makes no distinction between religion and politics is an important point, and one that most Westerners today cannot grasp. People living in the Middles Ages understood that combination, however; after all, the Christian church was united with the state for centuries.

  • Lia

    Where’s this anti-muslim violence? How many of them have had threats to cut off their heads? How many mosques have been fire-bombed? How many muslim graveyards desecrated?

  • Grayeagle

    When the ‘bible’ of a people’s faith commands them to kill non-believers, then as a non-believer I have the right to fight back with words or weapons if my choice. This ‘political correctness’ that ignores the core evil beliefs of Islam is madness! Tune into reality fools!

  • Chief Joe

    It is trouble in the breeding grounds.

  • VietVET

    these people are like a plague of locust…they’ve devastated their own countries and now they move on to other countries to spread their vile hate and customs!!!! THIS is the CHANGE that Obami has brought to the land…..

  • Alure

    Make sure you wear your tinfoil hat whenever you go outside. Stupid.

  • Gufo

    BAN prejudice? How can you ban an opinion, or a thought? This sounds like mind control to me, very dangerous, indeed. Maybe the retard who sent the e-mail about an alleged harassment (which was probably a conversation in which muslims could not prove themselves right as usual) would be interested in knowing that Christianophobia, Gayphobia, Jewishphobia, Womenphobia, the-rest-of-the-world-who-is-not-muslimphobia are NOW EVERYWHERE in the world thanks to ISLAM.

  • Gordon L. Scott

    New Mexico libtards are in lock step with Obama and UNM is paving the way for a new kind of tyranny in New Mexico; the tyranny of a minority with allies in high places.

  • Glen Benjamin

    Does the resolution mean the evils of Islam can continue their evil against Christians and Jews? Why do Muslims ONLY get cover in resolution.
    ISLAM needs to be fought everywhere their evil stains the world.

  • Metatrona

    DO NOT admit Muslims to colleges and universities.

    • JT

      !!! do something about it then… !!! Too much talk…

  • American

    Why is there no resolution against anti-Semitism, anti-Israel, anti-Christian?

    • Divineconnection7

      Because this is part of obama’s war on Jews and Christians, those muslims are protected under obama.

      • JT

        yes, but Jews and Christians, and ALL the non-muzlims should make the same type of resolution… BUT THEY DON’T. WHY???

  • Jeanne Ballard

    Thanks for the info, no money of mine will go to UNM! ever! Via sports games or anything else… NADA!

  • traci94

    Does anyone know which location of UNM this is?? If so, I am going to write a letter. It probably won’t make much difference, but this is absolutely ridiculous. They are saying that if someone at the university does critical research on Islam and comes to any other conclusion than favorable, that is Islamaphobia. I feel like I am living in a country where people literally have their eyes and minds closed and they are sealed shut and they can’t see what is happening (all in the name of cultural sensitivity). If that university is going to do that for Muslims, then they should for the other groups as well ( Well, actually, I don’t really believe that; they shouldn’t that for ANY)

    Hey, somebody should tell Bill Maher about this. I don’t really care for him, but at least he’s got it right about Islam.

  • JT

    MUST read research papers:
    The World’s Most Toxic Value System:
    Statistical Islam:

  • omega2


  • Charlie Lines

    Hang these fuckers.

  • drdias

    Who Are The True Islamaphobes?:

    “The true Islamaphobes are not the ones speaking out about a political ideology.

    If you read the Qur’an, it teaches a political ideology based on Sharia that even Imams will admit too.

    The true Islamaphobes are not the ones speaking out against the Islamist murders, rapes, and honor killings happening right now in the United States.

    These are the ones that are unafraid of Islam and the repercussions for insulting their “religion”.

    Islamaphobes are not the ones questioning why the so-called “moderate” Muslims are not speaking out.

    The true Islamophobes are the media, politicians, and activists that constantly cover up and refuse to report what the Islamists are doing.

    They are afraid of being called “racist” and “intolerant.”

    They are the ones pushing for an apology when Hamas based CAIR demands one. They hope to appease and befriend them because they are afraid of the Muslim backlash.”


  • drdias

    Islamist always feels they are above the Law and should be compensated by everyone who does not believe in their Islamic Male dominated ideology of death and enslavement.

    Islamist are overtly offended by very our way of life, our culture, our ethnicity, and our religions which is hastily brought about by their conspicuous self-compelled Blind obedience to this male dominated ideology of Islam whose Qur’an, the Hadith, the Surah, and Sharia Law broker death and enslavement upon the Kafir’s (infidel= us) and other members of differing Islamic sects.

    Islam in Arabic, the word “Islam” means submission or surrender.

    Islam the Male dominated ideology of death and enslavement can only delivers peace and tolerance to those it can enslave, traumatize, tyrannize, and murder in cold blood!

    There is no logical, moral, ethical, academic, social, or even any irrational reasoning to compare the Male Dominated blind tyrannical dictatorial Ideology of Islam to any known Religious, Culture or Ethnic group.

  • crusader2010

    Now they have to pass a resolution not to discriminate against Christians, Buddhists, And the Jewish.

  • Mrs_Snoopington

    I hope this gets published. Thank you Pamela!

    Federal Bureau of Investigation
    2012 (latest report online) Hate Crime Stats by Religion:


    Of the 1,340 victims of an anti-religious hate crime:

    62.4 percent were victims of
    an offender’s anti-Jewish bias.

    11.6 percent were victims of
    an anti-Islamic bias.

    7.5 percent were victims of
    a bias against groups of individuals
    of varying religions (anti-multiple religions, group).

    6.4 percent were victims of an anti-Catholic bias.
    2.6 percent were victims of an anti-Protestant bias.
    0.9 percent were victims of an anti-Atheist/Agnostic bias.
    8.6 percent were victims of a bias against other religions (anti-other religion). (Based on Table 1.)

  • Mrs_Snoopington

    The Islamists are using our tolerant good nature against us.

  • milt w

    I know all I wish to know of is-lame and it didn’t take a university resolution to point out the plain inbred mentality of this religion of pedophilia , what is wrong with these fools .

  • AHH!!!

    Records should be kept of all these decisions so we know who to trust and not to trust in the future. So don’t trust any UNM students in future. Shun them … all of them so the innocent will turn on the guilty.

  • Sharpshooter

    I noticed that this resolution was introduced by, yet another worthless minority that wants to take over this country, and then live off of the working man. DEPORT ALL minorities and particular the non citizens. If they don’t like our ways, then don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out!

  • Karina Ruelas

    You can thank Jews for this mess and it will only get worse when they start demanding laws where you cannot say anything negative about Israel. How can you refuse muslims when Jews get preferential treatment?

    • Jews do not force their ideology on anyone – islam is insistent about it. See Koran 9:30

      • Karina Ruelas

        That is a blatant lie. BB speaking to congress wasn’t a speech to educate congressman, it was a demonstration of who is in control and we better do what Israel wants. All Americans pay a Kosher tax on all food and non-edible products to Rabbis. New York has it’s on jew police force and target goyim. American’s who disagree with Israeli policies risk being called anti-semitic or worse if they are a public figure. Jews act like victims when in reality they are the most wealthy “Americans” 1.8% of the US population and over half of all the wealth in the US is controlled by jews. During Christmas, what is next to the Christmas tree a menorah. The war on Christmas is waged by Jews not liberals.

  • marlene

    I PUKE!

  • CharlestheHammer

    This is a real mother phucking problem to be living in America and having to listen to this shitte. Seriously so unAmerican I could puke.

  • Mac Gregor

    I’m confused.

    1) Why is the “fight against ISIS” listed in the same paragraph as the so-called killing of 3 Muslims students at Chapel Hill? Seems like they’re saying there shouldn’t be a fight against ISIS.

    2) The document defined Islamophobia as “dislike or prejudice against Islam or Muslims, especially as a political force.” Who’s political force? Islam’s or those who are prejudicing Islam?

    3) Jews were recently asked to not wear a kippah because it might incite violence yet Muslims should have special privileges and be able to wear a hijab and not expect violence????

  • Dara

    IMHO this resolution makes Islamophobes of muslims in the school. Muslims fear the hellfire taught in their texts. Therefore muslims fear some parts of Islam, making muslims Islamophobes.

  • Americanpatriot2014

    would this even be discussed if it was the AMISH asking for special privileges????? Just sayin’

    • Flower

      Uhhh yeah … they DO …

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  • riffraft

    What a bunch of bullshit, people will stand back and watch as we are thrown into a cage and lit on fire! These barbarians come to this country to get away from all the killing, rape, murder and oppression. Then once here, collecting AFDC, FREE HOUSING, EDUCATION, and once settled in they want to change our laws and make us conform to their way of life. Bull shit, you conform to our way of life, if you don’t like it, go back to your country, we don’t need you here! There will be major problems coming in the next ten years in this country, laws will be made and there fighting in the street and no one will be safe. We will soon be in the 1930’s Germany here soon, next will be the Muslim cops, keeping others out of areas we want to be this country is sliding into a battle it may not live through!

  • CdnBill

    One day those Muslim women (or their daughters) will find themselves banished from the university and told where their place is in the realm of Muslim culture and practice. Some may even suffer acid thrown their faces like their Muslim sisters in Afghanistan.

  • free speech advocate

    what kills me is the blatent stupidity of supposed educators. They should read about the history of Islam. Read about world events. Read the Quran. Read the FBI stats. This is just crazy. And this is also how it starts. I’ve been thinking of starting a petition or something to send to the school or sending them copies of the FBI stats and info on the Islam related killings we have already had on our own soil. I suppose telling the truth about their religion is “verboten” as well. Just another sign of the times folks. Time is short.

    • They have read those histories. They are the ones who write the revisionist textbooks.

  • Peter Cooper

    If islamphobia is the fear of being beheaded, having my young daughter raped and stoned to death, being forced into worshiping a sadistic child molester as a prophet…then yea i am islamphobic…and if you have a problem with that, then here’s 20 cents…call someone that gives a shit

  • L O

    Everybody knows the eventuality of sharia law, Islam is working it’s way into the fabric of of the United states, and Americans are powerless to do anything about it, Or they just dont care.

    • I don’t think it is that they don’t care, it is that laws are working against them.

      • L O

        Why should they care when American idol and the voice are piped uninterrupted into their homes?.. People only take action when things directly affect them.. as long as Sharia law isnt in their neighborhood, it’s Just another story that doesnt affect them.. the power of caring is being siphoned off by Entertainment.

        • Flower

          Not just into their homes, but all their hand-held devices. They have willingly accepted umbilical cords that turn them into robots.

        • Purposefully siphoned off. It’s part of the #LeftIslamicAxis

  • Mort53

    You are witnessing what happens when you allow the enemies of our society to teach in our educational systems.
    It is not only in the Colleges and Universities. Their infiltration happened during the 50’s through the 70’s. Now the teachers who were indoctrinated then are now in our Elementary through High Schools indoctrinating our children, from a very young age, that the United States is the problem. That just because we are U.S. Citizens, we are the problem in the world and we should feel guilty for it. Even though they have not done any of the evils they are accused of. Once that guilt is entrenched in the psyche of an individual our enemies can coerce people, through that false self guilt, into putting a knife to their own throat. Cutting their own heads off on the command of our enemies. The adoption of the Resolution 6S is the first motion of putting the knife to their own throat. Now the students will be unable to speak the truth without being called haters or some kind of X-Phobe. This Udell Calzadillas Chavez is just another USEFUL IDIOT or an outright ENEMY of this nation.

    • The Left-Islamic Axis is pulling the strings of Common Core, and the students, k-12, are being indoctrinated into Islam – there is no separation of church/mosk and state any more.

  • Jakob Stagg

    Once upon a time, people went to college to learn to be more effective thinkers. Now they just go to get their heads filled with BS. People who think are are dangerous. They ask questions. They identify problems. They are capable of solving problems. American cannot be bother with that. The agenda calls for compliant slaves. We are becoming a nation of ignorant sheeple.

    • Flower

      You’re absolutely right. Now they are told WHAT to think, rather than taught HOW to think! And the tragic thing is that they ACCEPT that!

      • Jakob Stagg

        What I find most amazing is the amount of resistance to anything presented to them from birth until college.

        • Flower

          That shows how strongly they’ve been indoctrinated. And with all the wrong things.

  • Marilyn

    Looks like they are redefining what a phobia is. A phobia is a fear of something. Disliking something doesn’t mean you fear it. I dislike pop tarts, but I don’t fear them. I disagree with people who say that pop tarts are tasty, but that doesn’t mean I fear people who like them. If I am prejudiced against eating pop tarts because they are unhealthy, it doesn’t mean that I fear pop tarts.

    You can’t ban fear. It’s a human emotion. You might as well ban love and happiness and sadness and grief. It’s not going to happen. I am appalled that an institute of higher education would release something as uneducated as this. There are already anti-discrimination policies on the books and in your code of conduct. Simply reinforce those ideals.

    Or are you caving to fear as well? The fear of a group of people who will kill satirical artists, throw gay people off of mosques, behead any who oppose them, train children to be killers and post their acts on the Internet for the world to see, bomb marathons, and fly planes into landmark buildings. It makes me wonder. Truly it does.

  • randi

    If you do not like the way this country is please go to hell back where you came from Sharia law have no place in this country . I hope it is not a state run college if so all contributions should be stopped.

  • Tom Babalon

    This kind of right wing anger and bigotry is the real problem in the world. Not all Muslims are Radical! Get over it! The ones that are are the Saudis and the Qatarians and your Republican leaders suck up to them every day while they fund ISIS and we give them weapons while you jingo-dumbasses listen to a madwoman like Pamela Geller who would not know journalistic objectivity if ti was sealed in a flounder carcass and she was smacked over the head with it. You are on the wrong side of history and one giant class of anachronism.Give up.

    • Tom Babalon

      AND they get all the money you put in your gas tank too, which then goes to fund ISIS, which was created straight up by the CIA, Mi6 and Mosaad. You’re a bunch of ostriches, good luck to you.

      • Tom Babalon

        And one last thing. Ayn Rand is important to petulant 14 year olds. That’s when I read ‘Atlas Shriggged’. Now it is an enteric for Fascism. Give up.

        • Flower

          You seem to be talking to yourself, tommy … give it up. Patriots are on to your idiocy.

          • Tom Babalon

            No I’m right well talking to you and yours. Your type of Jingo-fascism (disguised as ‘patriotism’) is not only a danger to the sovereignty of the USA, it is a danger to the whole civilized world. Humanity at large does not need a bunch of dangerous religious lunatics coupled with Fascist WASP demagouges with their finger on nuclear death for the whole planet. (All the while thinking they are so morally superior to these Wahabbists, you are not, you’d kill for Jesus just as quick if you could, or, if not you, someone like you). No, your kind has had your day, and now it is over. All this ranting you people are doing here amounts to death-agony and nothing else.

          • Flower

            WRONG. YOU and your totalitarian pals are what is wrong with America!! Go back under your bed and hide! You’ve had your 2 terms of Obama – how’s that working for you??? Still have your health insurance? Still have your doc? You’re FLAGGED for being an anti-American Marxist!

          • Tom Babalon

            Boy that’s American. And, for the record, I am neither a Marxist, nor a Totalitarian, but you know who WAS a Marxist? Jesus of Nazareth. Let me get this straight. You are gonna turn someone in? Flag them? Do you know who does that? Nazis. You’re a Fascist honey. Smile about it. Deal with it. Accept it. Go put your Brownshirt on and go goosestepping offa cliff. You’re not a patriot, you’re just a lowly snitch-bitch.

          • Flower

            Whether you believe this or not, the day will come when even YOUR knees will bow and YOUR tongue will confess that Yeshua/Jesus is Lord. Your name-calling is pathetic. You must have an incredibly bitter, miserable and lonely life.

    • ReaganAK47

      Wrong. You are ranting like a madman about a very civil woman. If all muslims are not radicals, you certainly are not one of the so called moderates. What is objective about all you have said?

    • Flower

      You seem to want to be on the same side of history as 9th century Islam! LOL!!

      • Tom Babalon

        I do not, except that you aren’t literate enough (apparently) to grasp the concept what I am saying. Let me see if I can summarize and simplify to your 6th grade level comprehension: Salafism was made up by a man named Mohammed Ibn-Abdul Wahabbi, he was a cleric, who MADE UP a FALSE HISTORY about the life of Mohammed and his family, a FANTASY. which the SAUDS (our allies) swallowed hook, line and sinker. Concurrently in Britain, a man named John Darby, invented the idea of the Rapture and that White People were rendered superior by God, and the British Empire was thus, ordained by God (as was the whole Protestant movement in England). This was, of course, adopted by American Christians, who have, conviced themselves of the primacy of America by virtue of their ‘relationship with God’ a notion which is ENTIRELY MODERN, JUST LIKE WAHABBISM/SALAFISM. Finally, 100 years after the Sauds took over, we have a perfect system of propaganda in place, which miseducates foaming at the mouth bigots like YOU my dear. I hope all of this makes sense now. Please share it with your bigoted, semi-literate friends.

        • Flower

          I apologize if I’ve appeared to be of low education. I’m well educated and a writer. I’m also a believer and know that the “Rapture” is QUITE real, though that isn’t what it’s called in Scripture – it’s called “the catching up.” You seem to detest the fact that the United States was founded by Godly men (provable by reading the Federalist papers) and that the majority of Americans (76%) claim to believe in God. Not the false god of Islam, but the one true God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Your name calling is typical of the left – to you/them, Conservatives are either bigoted, racist or both. Which only goes back to my point that you are a totalitarian fascist who belongs living elsewhere, but certainly not in this country.

  • ReaganAK47

    Dear Muslim reader, you will now have to face the side of Islam which is most revolting. I hope by now you have seen that something is very wrong in Islam, which cannot be hidden by the high-toned words of the Mullahs. In spite of Arab revisionists, the Koran, Hadith, and history expose Muhammed to the serious seeker for what he really is. I hope this picture will cause you to flee into the arms of The Lord Jesus Christ who will never embarrass you like this Muhammed.

    Here is the foundation of Islamic sexual doctrine– Muhammed’s massive libido:

    Sahih Bukhari Narrated Qatada: Anas bin Malik said, “The Prophet used to visit all his wives in a round, during the day and night and they were eleven in number.” I asked Anas, “Had the Prophet the strength for it?” Anas replied, “We used to say that the Prophet was given the strength of thirty (men).” And Sa’id said on the authority of Qatada that Anas had told him about nine wives only (not eleven). Volume 1, Book 5, Number 268.

    Narrated Muhammad bin Al-Muntathir: on the authority of his father that he had asked ‘Aisha about the saying of Ibn ‘Umar (i.e. he did not like to be a Muhrim while the smell of scent was still coming from his body). ‘Aisha said, “I scented Allah’s Apostle and he went round (had sexual intercourse with) all his wives, and in the morning he was Muhrim (after taking a bath).” Volume 1, Book 5, Number 270.

    Book 002, Number 0557: Hazrat Anas (Radiyallahu Anhu) reported: A Bedouin ( villager ) urinated in the mosque. Some of the persons stood up (to reprimand him or to check him from doing so), but the Messenger of Allah (Sallallahu Alaihi WaSallam) said: Leave him alone; don’t interrupt him. He (the narrator) said: And when he had finished, he called for a bucket of water and poured it over.

  • ReaganAK47

    Ayatollah Khomeini admonishes men–
    on the use of the Libido:

    A man can have sexual pleasure from a child as young as a baby. However, he should not penetrate; sodomising the child is OK. If the man penetrates and damages the child then he should be responsible for her subsistence all her life. This girl, however, does not count as one of his four permanent wives. The man will not be eligible to marry the girl’s sister.
    Ayatollah Khomeini

    It is better for a girl to marry in such a time when she would begin menstruation at her husband’s house rather than her father’s home. Any father marrying his daughter so young will have a permanent place in heaven.
    Ayatollah Khomeini

    A man can have sex with animals such as sheeps, cows, camels and so on. However, he should kill the animal after he has his orgasm. He should not sell the meat to the people in his own village; however, selling the meat to the next door village should be fine.
    Ayatollah Khomeini
    (Quotes above are from Khomeini’s book, Tahrirolvasyleh, vol. 4, Darol Elm, Gom, Iran, 1990, Source: Homa)

    If one commits the act of sodomy with a cow, an ewe, or a camel, their urine and their excrements become impure, and even their milk may no longer be consumed. The animal must then be killed and as quickly as possible and burned. Ayatollah Khomeini
    (From The Little Green Book: Sayings of Ayatollah Khomeini, Political, Phylosophica, Social and Religious, with a special introduction by Clive Irving, ISBN number0-553-14032-9, page 47 Source: Homa)

    Eleven things are impure: urine, excrement, sperm…non-Moslem men and women…and the sweat of an excrement-eating camel.
    Ayatollah Khomeini
    (From The Little Green Book, Source: Harwood’s Mythology’s Last Gods, 175)

  • Tom Babalon

    So i see you can flag people if you don’t agree with them politically on here. And you want to call yourself Americans? Hypocrites. I’m out. You can have your little Fascist dung-heap in here.

    • Flower

      Thank you for leaving, you’re welcome to return to your “dung heap.” Patriots prefer to discuss things, not have to deal with fascist trolls. Bye bye now…

  • Terita Joanne McCoy

    NO foreign laws can be passed in the USA!!

  • John Baechtel

    Embarrassed to see my alma mater wasting its time and resources for this when our country desperately needs good engineers, scientists and medical people to advance our society. Religions, political correctness, misplaced idealism and bad government have contributed nothing of substance. Once we started granting degrees for basket weaving and world religions we doomed ourselves to embracing their lunacy. Keep race, creed, revisionism and political activism out of our schools and we might be able to save a way of life than most of us acknowledge is better than most places in the world.

  • Dan

    White coalition groups within the university should band together and rise up. Now is the time. This anti-semitism against populations other than Muslim cannot continue

  • Darwin

    I’m actually enjoying watching these youngsters slam headlong into brutal sharia.

  • Brien Doyle

    I wrote to many on the school’s administration list:
    To whom it concerns:
    I take exception to this offense against my rights as a human being, and my rights as an American citizen.
    “Sen. Udell Calzadillas Chavez, who introduced Resolution 6S, said there is a widespread culture of fear and ignorance that perpetuates violence against Muslims. ”
    Usually prejudice is founded upon fear, which stems from ignorance; but as we do gain more knowledge of sharia and its ‘submission’ demands and objectives of Islam, we accumulate more reasons to fear this ideology.
    It is this ideology that is totally based on discrimination and hate.
    Islamophobia, by definition, is simply a fear, and in this case a result of knowledgeable analysis.
    To ban criticism is a ban on freedom of speech at all levels of the definition of freedom.
    Most sincerely

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