While Muslims run amok raping, pillaging, and murdering with boastful impunity, the people beg for help but the governments of the West do not care. Not only that, but they make excuses for their behavior. Yet while all of this is happening, a North Carolina man was just sentenced to probation and heavy fines for yelling at a Muslim woman and pulling on her hijab while he was drunk:
Khawla Abdel-Haq said she felt like she’d been undressed when Gill Parker Payne pulled the hijab off her head during a flight to Albuquerque in December,
“He violated me, not just took off my scarf,” she said in an interview after the hearing. “I felt like he took off my shirt, my pants in front of everybody.”
In May, Payne, who lives in North Carolina but travels frequently for his sales job, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of obstructing a person’s free exercise of religious beliefs.
He was sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court to a year of probation, including two months of home confinement. U.S. Magistrate Judge Steven Yarbrough also ordered Payne to pay a $1,000 fine, along with a nearly $4,000 fee.
Payne, 37, apologized during Tuesday’s hearing and said he has taken online courses to familiarize himself with other religions and recently toured a mosque in hopes of learning more about Islam.
“I’m embarrassed,” he said. “I’m 100 percent embarrassed.”
Payne said he was drunk on the flight and “doesn’t fully remember everything” that happened.
But Abdel-Haq remembers.
“I’m not gonna forget it,” she said. “It’s going to be with me every minute of every day of my life.”
A shaken Abdel-Haq pulled the scarf back onto her head. She met with police after the flight landed, and the FBI launched an investigation.
Abdel-Haq told Yarbrough that she spent three weeks stuck in her own home after the attack, too afraid to leave.
Even now, she said, she’s too scared to go out on her own. She takes one of her children with her.
“You hurt me. You disrespected me. You violated me,” Abdel-Haq said in court. “I was scared, and it shouldn’t be like that.”
Before he announced the sentence, Yarbrough said he had taken into account Abdel-Haq’s willingness to forgive along with the public shaming Payne endured and his recent efforts to learn about world religions.
“I hope that that has made an impact on the way you see the world,” Yarbrough said.
Payne and his attorney, Amber Fayerberg, declined to comment on the sentence after the hearing. (source)
Please, spare me the sob story. Muslims are consistently kowtowed towards and given all kinds of benefits not accorded to any other religious group in society, yet they will do nothing to stop the gross terrorism and violence that is found among their own people, as indeed it is a part of their religion.
But what interests me about this story is that there are several possible lessons that one may be able to take away from it.
First, Muslims are scared of people who stand up to them. If this woman is a “terrified” as she says she is (which is questionable), but if true, it shows they really know that other people do not like them. As I have said before, when Muslims rise up, you never back down, but you run towards them. They are scared of anybody who may confront them, and they will run away. Do this enough, and they may decide to return to their former lands by their own volition.
Second, is make sure if you confront Muslims, you do it is a way that you cover yourself legally. There are a variety of ways to do this. The confrontation can be done in public view or it can be done in privacy. But whatever you do, make sure to do so in such a way that it either negates or greatly minimizes any legal conflicts, because you can be sure that Muslims will use any legal weapon they can against you and they will do so without mercy. Likewise, remember that in any confrontation the government, if they become aware of it and find out it was you who was involved, will never be on your side no matter how right you are.
Third, never apologize for standing up to the Muslims. This is not about being unmerciful, but quite to the contrary, it is because Islam has no mercy. Apologize only for a true error in moral judgment, nothing else. Never, never, never give in to the demands for apologies of a Muslims, because they really do not want an apology because they will not forgive you- they want what is for them your submission to their will as though you are a slave and they are your master. This also goes with the same lesson of never submit to a “dialogue” with Muslims unless you do as they do, which is that Muslims consciously do this to give the impression of honesty while in reality maintaining their same views with the full intention of asserting them with full, violent force at the nearest possible opportunity when they have an advantage over you.
Fourth, remember that you have a right in the natural law to stand up for your culture and heritage regardless of what anybody else says. All law is as only good as it conforms to the moral law, and as the Catholic Faith has always taught, an immoral law is not a law at all. It is more than just a right- it is a duty before God and your fellow man to do this. This means that as Islam teaches it is at war with non-Muslims and will not invite them except to conquer and destroy them, you are to respond in kind as an act of justice, for it is as much a sin for the Muslims to attack as it is a sin for you to fail to respond with the necessary force to rise up and defeat Islam and the Muslims if you know what they are doing.
What this man did in court was what many Americans would do if they were involved in such an altercation and were arrested and charged. He likely acted with good intentions, but it was the wrong approach. His apology and actions were not taken by the Muslims as an apology, but an act of submission. In the Muslims’ mind, they did not win merely in court, but their real victory was in corrupting his mind to submit intellectually to Islam. That is the most dangerous form of conquest, for a man is as only as free has he is inside.
Remember, this is what Muslims really think of you.
You never have to apologize for asserting your heritage.