Sunday, February 10, 2008


Times Online reported A government minister has warned that inbreeding among immigrants is causing a surge in birth defects - comments likely to spark a new row over the place of Muslims in British society.

Just what they need after the row over Sharia.
Phil Woolas, an environment minister, said the culture of arranged marriages between first cousins was the “elephant in the room”. Woolas, a former race relations minister, said: “If you have a child with your cousin the likelihood is there’ll be a genetic problem.”
As I recall this used to be a problem with the royal families in several European countries.
The minister, whose views were supported by medical experts this weekend, said: “The issue we need to debate is first cousin marriages, whereby a lot of arranged marriages are with first cousins, and that produces lots of genetic problems in terms of disability [in children].”
They still have a future as suicide bombers.
Woolas emphasised the practice did not extend to all Muslim communities but was confined mainly to families originating from rural Pakistan. However, up to half of all marriages within these communities are estimated to involve first cousins.

But is inbreeding the reason Muslims can't seem to get people to understand why they should not be in control of everything? Are we just being mean, depriving them of the supremacy they think Allah has promised them? It is because the real God treats everyone equally, so everyone has an equal chance of being smarter than average, or more talented than average, but Muslims believe the male Muslim has all of the power, with the female Muslim subservient to him, and that any Jews are Christians in the country are second class Dhimmis, who also have no power, so any talent or skills God gives to Muslim women, or Dhimmi men or women, is just wasted. And since they are incapable of accepting a woman or a Dhimmi with any authority or in any position of power, they are relegating themselves to a powerless position.

The problem is that the Quran, as they interpret it, forces them to think that way. But the answer is not in the Quean, it is in the Bible. And the Qur'an told people to also read the Bible and Torah (10:94, 16:43, 5:44, 2:213, 29:46, 6:4390), it confirmed the validity of the Bible ( 5:46, 2:40, 2:41, 12:111, 4:47, 6:92, 3:3, 35:31, 2:91, 3:113, 2:121, 2:41, 3:81), and it did NOT annul the Bible ( 2:40, 2:41, 2:91, 2:121, 2:213, 3:3, 3:81, 3:113, 4:47, 5:47, 6:90, 6:92, 6:154, 6:156), to the contrary (5:18, 2:136, 2:89).

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