Wednesday, January 30, 2013


The UK Sun's listed at least 4 women who've succumbed to Islam and are either dishonest about or buy into all the falsehoods told about it hook, line and sinker. The one to note here is a police officer who converted:
JAYNE KEMP patrols her beat wearing a traditional hijab headscarf and even works extra time after shifts so she can attend Friday prayers at her mosque.

Devout Jayne converted to Islam last April and even plans to change her name to Aminah.

The single mum, who patrols Eccles, Gtr Manchester, as a Police Community Support Officer, says: “I thought Islam was all about women being forced to slave away in the kitchen — but I found out it was about being generous with your time, and patient and respectful of others.

“As I looked into it, I saw similarities with Catholicism and noticed values such as looking after your neighbours and cherishing the elderly, which is something older people say younger people don’t do any more.

“I wasn’t looking for any religion at the time but for every question I had answered about Islam, I had five more. I think I fell in love with it.”

Devoted Jayne even missed out on celebrating Christmas with her son, nine, and daughter, seven. She sent them off to their dad’s and cooked her own meal so it would be halal — the meat slaughtered in the manner prescribed by Sharia law.

And despite the drastic change, Jayne says colleagues at Greater Manchester Police and her family have been supportive. She is now helping to design a regulation police hijab and tunic — as one has never been needed before.

Jayne says: “I was worried about what my colleagues would think but they have been so understanding.
There are two conclusions one can draw here: either she believes the taqqiya, or, she's spreading it. Wow, she's even separated from her hubby and children?!? Does she consider her newfound religion even more important than her own family? Good grief.

And there's an example of how terrible an influence Islam has in Britain, and in plenty of other places where it's prevalent.

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