Tag Archives: egypt

Halawa Family Values

Over the past couple of weeks I have written several times about Islam in Ireland, the different entities involved and what their goals are, along with recent events pertaining to extremism. I began with the intention of giving you a proper idea of the Halawa family and their connections and also the truth about why Ibrahim Halawa is enjoying a …

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The truth about rape culture

Much is made in modern discourse about the existence, or perceived existence of a rape culture here in the West. While this is more and more seen for the baseless hyperbole it is, it does raise the question of what rape cultures do exist and how prevalent are they? The answer to that is simple enough. Islam. From top to …

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The Muslim Brotherhood

The public face of subversive Islamic activity in the west I mentioned in a previous article that I intend to write about the Halawa family, the circumstances around their involvement in the Egyptian uprising that resulted in Ibrahim Halawa’s detention and their community. I have concluded that the best way to go about this is in several parts and in …

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Our Ibrahim still not getting away with it

Ibrahim Halawa, Muslim Brotherhood royalty and sometime ‘Dubliner’ has seen his trial postponed for the 22nd time today. Of course most of you already know this because the Irish media has decided the paedophile worshiper is our generation’s Gerry Conlon. Whether we want him or not (and even the normies are seeing through this one) the powers that be have …

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