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PostPosted: Tue Jul 07, 2015 2:02 pm
 


For some reason I can't seem to post to this story where it appears on the news page.

http://www.canadaka.net/link.php?id=91554

It concerbs that guy who was one of what they were calling the "Terror Twins". He's a terrorism suspect and it's alleged he was attempting to force conversions to Islam through threats and intimidation in prison. He got crap kicked by two non-Muslim prisoners. He was hospitalized. They're charged.

What I was wanting to say was we're starting to hear more about this Islamic radicalization (or in this case 'attempted') in Canadian prisons. It's a real problem elsewhere, but we only started hearing about it here.

Here's the other case I wanted to mention on the original thread.

Man who murdered family in 'honour killing' became jailhouse religious tyrant

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Kingston Penitentiary was already a very scary place the day Mohammad Shafia walked into the joint.

The Montrealer was convicted for the 2009 murders of his three daughters and first wife in a barbaric “honour killing” in which the women were incapacitated and dumped into the Rideau Canal near Kingston. In Shafia’s twisted interpretation of Islam, his daughters were too Western, had brought shame upon the family and therefore had to die.

It wasn’t long before he unleashed another reign of religious terror at the notorious slammer, a jailhouse insider revealed Monday.

Ottawa psychologist Robert Groves, testifying about prison Islamic radicalization before a Senate national security committee, described to the spellbound parliamentarians how Shafia used ultraradical Islam and old-fashioned big house bullying to control and intimidate about 25 other men...


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 07, 2015 3:07 pm
 


I posted that, but couldn't comment either.. I tink maybe the title is too long?

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Since his arrest at a Montreal airport by the RCMP on charges of leaving the country to wage terrorism, Larmond, 24, has earned a name at Ottawa’s Innes Road jail for allegedly threatening non-Muslim prisoners. According to one inmate, Larmond told prisoners if they don’t convert to Islam their families on the outside would be killed by ISIL. Another inmate, a Muslim who refused to be a “soldier for Islam,” told fellow prisoners that Islam is a religion of peace, not war.

There was nothing peaceful about March 3, when two non-Muslim prisoners had had enough of Larmond’s talking and ended the conversation with their fists and feet, according to witness accounts.

It was just after 11:30 a.m, right as lunch was about to be served on B Range, when Larmond was talking up a storm with two other inmates. Then, outside of Cell No. 1, witnesses say that the two inmates unleashed a severe beating, hitting Larmond in the head with their fists again and again and backing him into a cell off the hallway, where he fell backwards onto the floor only to be foot-stomped in the head and body.

In all of this, according to witness accounts, the accused terrorist didn’t throw a single punch and tried as he could to keep his arms up in a defensive position.

Witnesses say that Larmond somehow managed to stand up, with his shirt half over his head only to be punched at least another 30 times in the back and the head after being foot-stomped on the concrete floor. The accused terrorist reportedly then tried to make his way to a locked door with a window, behind which a guard was standing, but was again attacked by the same men who landed rapid punches to his head, neck and back before throwing him against a steel cell door, then to the ground where they repeatedly kicked him in the torso and head. Then, as Larmond was on the ground, according to the accounts, one of the inmates grabbed a big bulk tea canister from the lunch cart and with two hands slammed it down twice on him, once on his back, then his head.


Don't talk shit in the slam, fish.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 07, 2015 3:10 pm
 


I love a happy ending. :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 07, 2015 3:13 pm
 


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In Shafia’s twisted interpretation of Islam, his daughters were too Western, had brought shame upon the family and therefore had to die.


Twisted? Not hardly.

http://www.oxfordislamicstudies.com/art ... /t125/e757

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Hadd (aka "Hadd punishment")

Limit or prohibition; pl. hudud. A punishment fixed in the Quran and hadith for crimes considered to be against the rights of God. The six crimes for which punishments are fixed are theft (amputation of the hand), illicit sexual relations (death by stoning or one hundred lashes), making unproven accusations of illicit sex (eighty lashes), drinking intoxicants (eighty lashes), apostasy (death or banishment), and highway robbery (death). Strict requirements for evidence (including eyewitnesses) have severely limited the application of hudud penalties. Punishment for all other crimes is left to the discretion of the court; these punishments are called tazir. With the exception of Saudi Arabia, hudud punishments are rarely applied, although recently fundamentalist ideologies have demanded the reintroduction of hudud, especially in Sudan, Iran, and Afghanistan.


Death for adultery or illicit sexual relations (which can mean holding hands with someone you are not married to or related to) is not uncommon.

In the Islamic countries these sentences are usually carried out by the religious authorities but in the kaffir nations (like ours) it often falls to the head of the family to restore the family honor.

In any case honor killings are not an anomaly within Islam nor are they a misinterpretation of Islam.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 07, 2015 3:15 pm
 


2Cdo 2Cdo:
I love a happy ending. :lol:


Indeed! This was a moving and heartwarming display of tolerance and diversity! [B-o]


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2015 6:44 am
 


The Kingston Pen closed two years ago. Whew. :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2015 8:07 am
 


Lemmy Lemmy:
The Kingston Pen closed two years ago. Whew. :roll:


That's right, it's only open for public tours.


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