Note that Afghans arrived at “Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, Aug. 27, 2021. The Department of Defense, through U.S. Northern Command, and in support of the Department of State and Department of Homeland Security,” provided “transportation, temporary housing, medical screening, and general support for up to 50,000 Afghan evacuees at suitable facilities, in permanent or temporary structures, as quickly as possible.”
“According to court papers, Tariq tried to explain through interpreters that his conduct was acceptable in his culture.” He’s right, but Westerners who fear the “Islamophobia” label avoid discussion of this.
The Prophet (peace be upon him) married her when she was six years old and he consummated his marriage when she was nine years old. Hisham said: I have been informed that `Aisha remained with the Prophet for nine years (ie till his death). (Sahih Bukari 5134)
This leads to the acceptance of child marriage in the Muslim world and the justification of acts of pedophilia. Of course, not every Muslim ascribes to such acts, but since this is encoded in the Sharia, it cannot be rejected or reformed.
The West has now flung its doors open to masses of unvetted migrants from Afghanistan and other countries where such behavior (and much more, including misogyny, Islamic supremacy, Jew-hatred, the persecution of Christians, etc.) is acceptable.
“Afghan refugee convicted of sexually assaulting 3-year-old girl at Quantico,” Associated Press, January 24, 2022:
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A federal jury has convicted an Afghan refugee of sexually assaulting a 3-year-old girl at Quantico Marine Corps Base where he was housed.
Tariq was arrested in September at Camp Upshur in Quantico after Marines observed him fondling the girl, who was not related to him, above her clothes on her private parts.
According to court papers, Tariq tried to explain through interpreters that his conduct was acceptable in his culture. Efforts to have his statements suppressed were rejected by the judge.
Tariq, who was brought to Virginia after working alongside U.S. troops in Afghanistan……
The man from Barnstaple, who donated his kidney to a stranger, won a favor competition.
James Mason, 46, was watching local news when a lady who needed a kidney launched a call for more people to sign up as donors.
Barnstaple, who donated a kidney, wins a kinf
After conducting some research on kidney donation, James decided to proceed and go through all the necessary medical examinations. In December 2019, he donated his replacement kidney.
James Mason said: “There was a lady in Cornwall who appealed to local news if she would find someone for a kidney donor because she had been waiting a long time.
“And because of her medical condition, she was not suitable to receive a kidney from a deceased donor, it had to be a living donor.
“At the time, I didn’t even realize that donating a kidney while you were still alive was a thing.”
“Since donating my kidney, I have taken every opportunity to raise awareness because I have been inspired by the media and local news.
“I wanted to keep it quiet for a while, but then I thought that if I shared my story, you never knew anyone could read it and be inspired by something like that.”
Housing provider LiveWest has launched a favor competition to celebrate the incredible people who support others.
James, who works as an electronics engineer, decided he could be an ideal candidate because he was adopted and has no children, so it is unlikely that he would be suitable for his family.
James signed up as a donor, but after initial testing, it was found that it was not suitable for the lady who made the appeal. Despite this, he still decided to continue and become a donor to someone else.
He then found another donor, but although James wanted to continue, his mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer, so he had to withdraw at the time.
A year later he tried again. This time there were complications in the operating room, so he could not donate again.
James hoped to contribute through the matching scheme, but found no agreement, so he donated directly to someone on the waiting list.
James said: “I had no idea who it was at the time, but about three months later I received a letter from her mother.
“Since then, I’ve been in touch and visited her family to see the impact and changes it has had on her life, and it’s just unbelievable. It was really nice to see how things were going. ”
James would like to encourage others to become donors because thousands of people are waiting. She undergoes a check-up once a year to check her remaining kidney function, which has doubled and is working well on her own.
His friends and family were a little apprehensive about the risks involved, but once they knew everything was going well, they all thought it was amazing.
James said, ‘My friends and family said to me,’ What if you need a kidney? ‘ or “what if something goes wrong with your remaining kidney?” I’ve read a lot about it, and if your kidneys are failing, it’s usually both, so I’d need a kidney anyway.
“All I had to do was go to the operating room and then rest for a few weeks and now my life is completely normal – it had no effect. Except for a very small scar that reminds me of that.
“Most people are quite discouraged by the idea, but I think that only one person sees it and thinks I could do it, it will help even more.
“Of course, there are a lot of tests involved and then the NHS will cover your loss of earnings while you recover. But four weeks after the operation, I was back at work and avoided heavy lifting, but besides, it was a quick recovery. “
James remains part of some of the UK’s kidney donor groups in the UK to support other donors undergoing the process and testing to answer any questions they may have.
Many donors never found out about their recipients, while James was able to talk to his family in December 2021.
The person he helped was not ready to meet him, but he met some members of her family and heard the impact it had on them.
James said, “I understand they can’t imagine why someone like me would do what I did, and I can’t imagine what it’s like for her, so it must be hard. It was more important for me to hear that she was doing well, even though she did not feel ready to meet me.
“The most important thing is that my recipient is no longer on dialysis and could go to university and lead a normal life, which is really positive.
“I couldn’t have wished for a better result.” In the end, the donated kidney probably won’t last forever and there may come a time when he needs another or has to go on dialysis again, but hopefully it won’t be many years. “
Journalist and writer Fernando Sobral died this Friday, the victim of a prolonged illness, reported O Jornal Económico, where he was an associate.
For almost 40 years, his name was associated with newspapers such as Semanário, O Independente, Diário Económico, Se7e and Jornal de Negócios. He was also a contributor to magazines such as Ler, Máxima and Sábado, and to the newspapers Público and Correio da Manhã.
He was one of the founders of Rádio Universidade Tejo and Rádio Sul of Sueste. On television, he was a contributor to programs dedicated to music and literature, such as Escrita em Dia, at SIC, and Ler para Crer, at RTP. Fernando Sobral is the author of several fiction and non-fiction books, such as A Grande Dama do Chá, As Joias de Goa, Ela Cantava Fados, Os Anos Sócrates or Futebol – O Estádio Global.