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Lucky Me: No Madrassas Then

Posted on July 20, 2010 at 21:30 3 Comments

Writing in response to Geert Wilder's point that Muslims in the West must free themselves, I have to say, it was easier for me, growing up in the 70's when there were no madrassas or mosques in our neighbourhood in the north of England. My parents were Muslims, but all my education was in England, and crucially at that time, there was no pandering to Muslim sensibilities, by the State or by school.



After memorising the sounds of…
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Poem/Song: Child Be Free...

Posted on October 31, 2009 at 23:30 1 Comment

Child Be Free to Live and to Love...





Oh my darling little hungering Babe

Brought up in a mad-rassa where

Bearded old men, brainwashin you.

With one hand they fed your belly

With the other they sought

Only to control

That was see, their only goal

And with blood-drenched ink

Drawn from their soul-less koran,

.. Their soul-less koran...



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They wrote jihad on your forehead

Muttered acusations

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What's 'inshallah' got to do with it ?

Posted on October 28, 2009 at 9:18 4 Comments

I work in education and recently, I started a new job in a Northern city.



The other day, I went to speak to Sue, my Line Manager, and was told she had already left for home.

I thanked Carol, the other manager who told me this, and I said as I turned to leave the room,

"Hopefully, I'll catch up with Sue first thing tomorrow". To which, Carol, a white, middle-aged English female, responded by saying to me .... 'Inshallah'.



I was halfway through the door and so… Continue

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At 16:36 on February 15, 2012, Joe said…

You are not alone.  I think it is important to try to get people you know and respect to read about islam.  And the best way to do this, in my opinion, is to get them to read The Life of Mohammed.  It is a fundamental text of islam, and it is very readable.  I will send you the details in an email.

At 23:54 on August 31, 2010, casual green said…
Hello Ruhannah.
I,ve calmed down a little now. I have not seen the film you speak of but I think I can understand what you meen. I find myself in a situation which seems to mirror the statement " I am nolonger one of you" Its the way I feel about the culture that I am surrounded by, it seems so alien. I dont meen the immergrant cultures but that of the indigenous people, my people. Its very,very much akin to the film " the body snatchers" since the advent of the tv they have changed completly, many have spent their entire lives haveing relashionships with people on the tv who dont exsit!!! its inpossible to hold an intelligent debate with them...still as long as we have good health we should always try to look on the bright side!!! Hope things brighten up for you soon.
casual green
At 1:05 on August 29, 2010, casual green said…
Just got back from Bradford and am very very tired( and drunk). I have only just found your message , its a pity as I would have liked to have met you and accopanied you to the demo....In hindsight it may be for the best that you did not go.....( unless you went on your own) there was a little bit of in fighting and some other ugly sceanes, so perhaps it was best you never made it....The numbers were good and it touched me greatly.......I will attempt to write something on it this week . I will message you in a few days when my mind has calmed down alittle....casual green
At 0:16 on August 16, 2010, casual green said…
when i said that you had knowledge of Islam I meant in the way you replaid, that you were born into a familly but feel yourself to be english and are confused,that is what I wish to know . The actions of your mother were buitiful, very careing. I have been engaged in some form of activism against the world I was born into since I was very young. lets just say a VERY sad childhood led me to rebel. At 14 I found the terrace culture and lived it to the full. You may be surpried to learn that a great many fanatical football casuals are deeply green, and many end up liveing on the land ,litterally! From the age of 26-7 I have been heavilly involved in the green movement of the UK,hence the name. I would very much like to meet and talk with you as what you last wrote I agree with completly. Would you belive that though many would say that the english casuals are loyal ,many are deeply angry at the injustices of the manmade world,that is why they practise the pursuit..... too just for a short time ,turn the table and stop the city so to speak. I do not like to post my feelings or what I belive on line so untill we meet i will be short and brief.
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At 23:19 on August 15, 2010, casual green said…
please dont stress your self about meeting. IF you have such a heavy work load then perhaps its better to wait a while, till bradford for instence, I will be there even if the officiel demo is cancelled. I can meet anytime you wish, just make a date and if I see you have left a comment I will reply fast and we will meet. I also have a rapidly developing work load but it is all related to casuals and the EDL in Chester, but I can move when ever I wish ,and to meet someone with the knowledge of Islam that you have then...just make the date and I will be there
casualgreen
At 23:46 on August 8, 2010, casual green said…
I will be wearing a very fetching blue burka!!!!
At 22:20 on August 8, 2010, casual green said…
Hello,
Manchester it is then, just name the day and the time and I will be there. I look forward to meeting you and have no doubt that it will be enlightening. I do not know the City well , only the area around piccadilly station, so we would proberly have to meet there, if thats ok. My computer is off line for the next day or so , but I will respond when it comes back online. I look forward to exchangeing ideas with you.
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At 21:21 on August 7, 2010, casual green said…
Ruhannah,
Thank you for the response, I have just read your comment on the post by Allan Lake, concearning the abuse of the young child.....This threat is one of the reasons that I shun all connected to me, familly and culture. I have no fear of you biteing ha! And I would love to meet you as we are all in this togeather. I have an idea though it might not be possible for you, it ties in with your post and our shared beliefs. I find manchester a little big and soulless, mybe if you have the time and you felt good about the idea you could come over to my City, I live in Chester, it is said to be avery beutifull place,it certainly is old and my people are of very old stock , you could take in the city and its history and at the same time make a quite powerful statement...Have a think about it , from manchester it takes about 40 mins on the train, if you had half a day it should be quite rewarding,and you would be aiding the anti political correct fight in this City, If you cant I will come to manchester as it would be nice to meet you..
casualgreen
At 2:02 on August 7, 2010, casual green said…
hello Ruhannah,
would you belive I have only just read your return comments .I have no idea how to use these machines and though I love to write I give up because everything goes wrong...You brought me down to earth with a nasty bump!!! Giveing people espescilly the young ones of my familly the cold shoulder and the silent treatment, has been a sad tactic for me, it is the only way I felt I could go. Strange is the world and its paths, I wish to leave the world my familly and our culture inhabits, and seek a return , or more correctly to let our real selfs and our true culture flow through us . To be the common English once again! It is very,very true to say that noone is an island and that without love there is nothing. To care for and to be cared for is all there really is......Take care Ruhannah, keep your chin up
At 21:59 on July 23, 2010, casual green said…
I know very much what it is like to feel alone and isolated. I live in a small city and because of my beliefs I shun and am shunned by many , my familly included. So I feel for you. I am very glad you posted as you have brought alot of light into my days. Its hard struggleing against the worlds problems and inparticuler Islam, our land seems paralysed by political correctness, your words helped me a great deal.....I,ve been marching with the EDL since october and I am close to exploding, but your blogs have helped calm me down......Also they are an inspiration for me to write aswell...So thank you..see you at the Bradford demo1!

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