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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

The FAILED "KENDENG" Combo Dance

Sophia last night while watching WILL TIME BIG TIME (blame the nanny!!!)

Sophia - dancing, to kendeng-kendeng and waving her harms like crazy

Tita L: Mommy you dance with Sophia!
Mommy: what?! NO! i'll just watch her..
Tita L: Dali! You stand up and show sophia how to dance kendeng-kendeng...
Mommy stood up and did the kendeng-kendeng dance...but Sophia got tired already and asked for ... dede....

FAIL. :/

Welcom to the gang, Pooh!

Last night, Sophia with her new toy - winnie the pooh

Sophia: waaaah! (holds piglet and pointed at pooh's nose and giggled)
Mommy (holding pooh): hello Sophia, i'm pooh. can i be your friend?
Sophia, looked at Mommy: (she smiled with her teeth showing and said...) mama..yaaaaaaaa...

Sophia hugged her "teddy" the bear, piglet, alf (her puppet), and pooh altogether. :)

Happy ending.

Monday, December 26, 2011

2011 - The Year That Was

I'm looking back at the year that was. A year of everything, literally. It was 20 months ago (yes i know the title is the year that was but let me take you back...), I was playing Frisbee with my friends on a competition with Travel Factor. Nobody knew what was going through my mind that with conviction I decided that it would be my last. I have never told anyone of the true reason why I joined and why I decided to go back on working. In that moment, I simply just endured every moment I had with my friends.

I will be going on a trip. A journey, that is different this time.

A journey to motherhood. The real life begins.

I was already five months pregnant when I announced to my family (and of course in social networks as well..) that I was expecting and managed to surprise people, yet again.

In such challenging, blood draining, crying out load moments of my life; I'm still standing strong. I learned that the beauty of life doesn't come from money and other material things but comes from the people who have stuck with you as you go through your hardest times.

I'm happy. that simple.

I now have a little angel with me and every sacrifice, she was all worth it.

She shines a light in my life, every second, of every hour, of every day from the day she was born. Since then, she has been the main story of my life. It is true that I lost all the things I have. A reality that I have no other choice but to accept and yet with all the problems I faced she's just there giving me the sweetest smile of hope just when I'm about to give up. I love her, beautifully...dearly.

With 2011 about to end, I will bring with me all lessons learned from the past and move forward to another year of life's journey to 2012 that is just around the corner.

Happy New Year!

Friday, December 16, 2011

My First Christmas Party

So much drama unfolded last 7th of December. A feverish, weak, droopy eyed Poms came to SMX to get it all over and done with. My first Christmas Party at my new home, Hewlett-Packard Philippines. Seems that these events have always found their way back to me..or I should say - a "calling".

Me, as the backstage director raised my eyebrows toward one thing - the stage. It's already half past-12 lunchtime and the stage is not yet complete and no paint at all. Unfortunately, stage was finished around 4:30pm. Paint were all dried up and spot lights are already in place. There was even a dilemma in the tech run and some exchange of words between me and the stage director who is way over his head and has serious superiority problems, that and among other things. But, we managed to survive the night of tension, nerve wrecking Christmas party.

I should only thank BIOFLU for effectively managing my fever and kept me sane for 12hrs. (but failed to go to work the next day because my body...let's say...gave up and want to rest.).

So this is how I look like when sick but still ready to kick butt at the backstage. (very nice...hehehe)

And finally, she rises...

and let the party begin....

why don't we have a lil' fun while working.
With the hosts, and members of connect@hp (engagement group)

and we survived!

oh btw, the guy in front of me was marvin agustin...
look alike...hehehehe!

I'm excited to work with them again next year.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Welcome, Again...

Now, why am i listening to Judy Garland's Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas?

Tomorrow is the day the lights will turn red, green, blue and white,
where stars are here and there, 

when xmas trees are high as they can be, 

and all that matters are the people that has stuck with you through thick and thin. 

Welcome, December 2011.

Sunday, November 20, 2011


Yes! Diyes is the number!

It's the 20th; and it's that day of the month where she turns 10!

Not just that, she made a significant milestone this month when she made her first step at 6:35am, Sunday of November 13th. She has been amazing since then.

Happy 10th month, Sophia!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

The Puss Named Boots

The Puss named Boots.

Boots, the cheesecake eater.
The Puss who knows how to open the magic oven.
The Puss who's favorite meal is chicken.
The Puss who whenever comes home, wreck everything 
and gives you a face telling you "hey guys, im hungry!!!"

We miss you Bootaptap!

Photo by Poms

Monday, November 7, 2011

Every time...

Every time you wake up and ask yourself, What good things am I going to do today?, remember that when the sun goes down at sunset, it will take a part of your life with it.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Friday, September 23, 2011

Ginormous Nutella

Sometimes it's boring at work specially if there are no calls waiting. I've been browsing through my tumblr dashboard  to see amazing photos from people that I follow all over the world. This is what I thank Hewlett-Packard for. Full internet access has never been better. But of course, use it with discrete and caution. We don't want to be reprimanded or get caught up by our bosses right?

From food to destinations, arts and graphics, from people to animals. Whenever I see something amazing I quickly reblog these to my own tumblr for my reading pleasure. As I go through these amazing tumblogs, I stumbled upon a photo of this huge nutella nothing I've seen before. I found out from my aussie friend that we have to order it online because they don't sell this in most stores. Nutella has been my favorite since I discovered this when I was in China. I love nutella more if it's matched with keebler chocolate cookies (talk about sweet tooth!) and black coffee.


credit to the source here's the link: http://benc0bane.tumblr.com/post/10491388153

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

My Oath As A Mother

A couple of hours ago, I stumbled upon a news posted in yahoo! Singapore about a mom who happens to be Jacki Chan's former lover and like me, she too is a single mother. I read through the news and I find her perspectives significant to mine. I never saw my situation as some sort of a disadvantage nor pittiful. Instead, I took it as a challenge. I don't want Sophia to grow up with so much anger with her father nor to any of our family members.

I grew up with so much hate and anger that when I got pregnant, all I wanted was to make things better for my daughter. I don't want to pass on the grudges I have and I don't want to do the things that my mother did to me. I want my daughter to grow up with compassion and have a sense of value for freedom. Freedom to express herself. Freedom to choose between what is right from wrong. Freedom to dream big. Freedom to explore new things. And, Freedom to make a decision at her own accord.

I will be open to her as she grows up and teach her to understand that things happen for a reason. I will show no regrets at all to whatever the decisions I made in my life and I will make sure that she will grow up proud. My daughter will grow up with love around her.

She will know that out of all the good things, she was the best ever happened to me.

Sunday, September 11, 2011


Express yourself! LOL :D

#1. I'm getting bored...

#2. What to chew next?

 #3. bleeeeeeeeh!

 #4. What da heck?

#5. soooo scuuuurrrrrrrred, mummy!

#6. ohmigaaahd! what am i chewing?!

 #7. Can you carry me mommy please...? please? (wink..wink)

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Your Granddaughter is not a DOG!!!

Grandma bought Sophia a walker.

Grandma put Sophia in a walker.

Grandma tied the walker.

What's the use of a walker then?!

Wag nyong paabutin sa punto na ilayo ko sa inyo si Sophia. This is not a THREAT!!!!

Happy Long Weekend!

August 30th, Tuesday. I took Sophia for a stroll to make use of the time left for the day. Long weekend is almost done and Mommy will have to go back to work the next morning. Really, weekends and holiday long weekends are not enough. If only I could bring Sophia to work I would've done it a long time ago. Sophia and I spent the rest of the afternoon strolling around the quiet neighborhood. As we stroll around, I began thinking about the future.

How Sophia's going to be like when she grows up?
Which sports will she like playing?
Will she love photography like Mommy does?
Will she love traveling like Mommy does?
Will she rather do things with Mommy? Together?

I looked back at the night I took her home from the hospital and looked at her smiling face that afternoon. How time flies? She really grew up fast and much in the coming months. I'm thankful for the lovely day and time I had with her. And, despite of the mishaps within our family, I'm proud that I have not shed a single tear. I'm being strong for this tiny little person in front of me. She's my strength. My inspiration.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Gaano ba kahirap ang lumugar?

Nung una nag-agree ako sa set-up na nanay ko ang mago-overlook sa pagaalaga sa anak ko. Ako bilang nanay, pumayag ako dahil ayoko sabihin na pinagdadamot ko anak ko. 2 months ago, kumuha ag kami ng bagong yaya at naging ganoon na nga ang set-up. Sa set-up na gusto nya, na ginusto nya, nagrereklamo parin siya...pero ginusto nya ang set-up na yun. ANG LABO LANG!!!

Kinuha ko na yung yaya dahil napapagod na daw sya at naiinis sya sa pagmumukha ni Pen (ex-nanny). I welcomed Pen with respect. Pero sa tinagal-tagal matapos laitin ng NANAY ko si Pen, biglang close na sila. Di din maganda ang naging experience ko kay Pen. Andiyan na uuwi ako na minamadali nya ako maligo agad para makalamon na sya. I told her "anung silbi ng stroller...???". Nahuli din siya ni Tita Liza na mahimbing na natutulog and si Sophia sinusubo na ang kurtina. Tama ba yun? Tuwing aakyat ako ng kwarto, ang gulo-gulo at nagiiwan siya ng mga snacks nya sa room that invited roaches and mice. Andiyan na nagsumbong sakin si Tita Liza na sinisigawan ng yaya si Sophia. And recently, nakita kong nakakalat ang mga damit ko sa floor. Hinanap ko ang laundry basket andun, nakatali ng mahigpit sa bed using sophia's diapers (lampin). Inside the basket nakapalibot ang comforter, at yung toys ni iya. So anu ang iisipin ko? Na, nilagay nya dun ang anak ko habang kumakain siya. Again, anung silbi ng stroller? at anu ba anak ko? damit? And I was even more outraged whith the response I got from my mom - "Diyos ko! Di naman makakilos yung tao!"

My GOD! Anu ba ikikilos ng yaya na yun, underwear nya, pinagkainan nya, di man lang nya ligpitin. How is it na kapag kami lang ni Sophia, nakakapaghugas pa ko ng feeding bottles nya twice a day without putting her in the laundry basket? And I didn't have to eat inside the bedroom just for the sake na mabantayan ang anak ko. Isn't that the reason why there's such thing as stroller? (nakakagigil!!!)

And san ka nga naman nakakita ng yaya na naninigaw ng amo? One example, kinailangan kong pagalitan tong elitistang yaya na to dahil pinaliguan si Iya sa kagabi without telling me. Why? Usapan - kapag day off ko I will take care of everything for Sophia. And that is from the time she wakes up till she sleeps. She was claiming that it's not her fault and kapag di ako nagbago lalayasan nya ko. Wow!

As a mother, I have every right to choose and make decisions, especially if it's for my baby girl. I chose to look for a better nanny, on my own effort and not through my mother. I don't need to pay a nanny who's unwilling to do the job and not have respect for the person she's looking after and person paying her for her service. I'm working for my daughter. I don't think I need to ask for another chance, because as my parent's I am entitled to that.

Isn't that what you wanted? Ang matuto ako sa sarili kong kakayanan.

I'm not asking for respect from you, I asked that you respect my daughter because she's not a toy, na pang-display nyo sa facebook nyo -- she's a person. Sophia is growing up, she's on her learning stage. And negativity is one thing na gusto ko alisin sa kanya. That's not how I want to raise my kid.

I know Sophia, is thankful for whatever you provided. Gerber, diapers and milk even the walker. But please if you're going to give these please make sure na galing sa puso nyo and not because you want to get back at me. I'm so done with sumbatan. I just want to live a normal life with my kid.

Saturday, September 3, 2011

What's Your Price?


Everything to me has a price
I bribe, I demand
Everything to me has a price
I'm kind - in exchange of...
If I don't get what I want, I make your life a living hell
Who am I?

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Friday, June 17, 2011

Just Smile!

Show me a smile and then kiss me...

You know I can't smile without you...

Just a smile away!
(These are shots in lomo effect)

Signed. Sealed. Delivered.

Signed. Sealed. Delivered.

As I posted in my status in FB and Twitter. After 2 months of waiting, being in limbo and all that, finally I can sleep peacefully knowing that there's something better to look forward to. Even the unfair judgement of my mother couldn't break my spirit; My negatron co-workers can't even stand the smile on my face.

I will, move forward as I start my career in Hewlett-Packard. July 4, I'm ready. :)

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Happy Sleep!

A shot at my insanely lovable little girl, on a rainy day of Monday I believe...but forgot what date that was. I was of course busy tinkering with my blogs and web's what haves when Iya cried for milk. Of course, the mommy - that is me..set my laptop aside and put Iya back to sleep with a bottle of milk and laid beside her. She, rather turned to her left side as she slowly closed her eyes with the bottle in her mouth. The next photos will explain why she is growing fast. :)

I'll just steal bear brand's slogan..

Friday, June 10, 2011

Blessings are Blessings!

As most of you who don't know, nearly 5 months ago Sophia was suspected to have an inguinal hernia on her right lower tummy. After my doctor checked the area she assured me that this though it is hernia is not an emergency. I waited for 4 months and in those months I did nothing but to monitor Iya on whether she is showing signs of discomfort but there was none. Instead, days passed and she seems to grow as a happy baby. Last May, after I got my HMO card I asked if I could apply my daughter as my dependent even if it's already passed the deadline of filing. Thank God, Camille of HR was able to work on it and it was approved. Last week, I got my check from sss and with no hesitation, I went to PDH (Paranaque Doctors Hospital) to the radiology for Iya's full abdominal ultrasound. Iya cried hard as she could just so we could see where the lump is connected but there's none. After the ultrasound, I gave Iya a reward for her hardwork (of crying...). We went for a 3-hr stroll at SM Bicutan. She loved the lights and smiled at any one who took a peek at her.

The next day was another trip to her pediatrician. I read the results of her ultrasound and since I'm not a doctor, I folded the paper again and let my doctor see it for herself. It is not hernia. But there is a lump and it is movable. It's a NODE. KULANI in filipino. Doctor said it is not emergency, advised me to keep monitoring. And since it is movable, the lump is most likely benign. I thanked the Lord again. The fact that Iya's growing healthy and strong is a sign that she is a healthy baby. For now, I'll continue to monitor her nodes.

Another blessing, I got my package from iloveperfumes.multiply.com. They sell Class 3A G-shock replicas. I also ran into their Jacky Oh shades. I ordered these two and it only costs me Php890 total!!! G-shock really looks original and so is the Jacky Oh shades. I'm happy!

Then of course, there's Dallas who just won in Game 5 and again Congratulating them would be much sweeter in Game 6. Right, Mavs? Yeah? :)

Then my much anticipated call from HP. I've been doing job hunting for the last couple of months. First of, I need a more high paying job. The company I'm currently working for doesn't give me much and my cash flow if not exact, is not enough for me and my baby. But still, we're surviving. And it won't be long now. I know this job offer from HP will not just change my career but will definitely put food on the table, fill the milk bottle full and the rest. Second, I want a new environment. Lately some people i once called friends have been pulling me down. This isn't what I've dreamed of. I dreamed of people who can motivate me and put me on top not drag me down. And I'm not the person who will put up with their shit that's why I want out.

I WANT a new breathe of fresh air.

On Monday, I'm scheduled for JOB OFFER signing at their office in Makati and I'm excited and anxious to start.

I just have to Thank God for giving me such patience and with that these are my rewards. For being righteous after all the mishaps in my life. About my ex-nanny who double-crossed me, the girl named Jen who used me for her own interest, for Cat who backstabbed me to anyone we know and to the rest of the challenges. And God knows that there's nothing more rewarding than seeing the angelic smile of my little princess, Iya whenever I get home from a hard days work.

These blessings are BLESSINGS!
And my ultimate blessing is that little girl with big smile and her name is Sophia Angeline.

Saturday, June 4, 2011


From the word "BUNDAT" which means "GLUTTED". This new carinderia in the up hill town of Signal Village has attracted a food lover like me. I heard from my co-worker that Bundatan serves delicious bulalo and so I didn't think twice I hurried myself along with Sis, Toni to this promising carinderia.

I got the chance to try out their bulalo on a sunny morning of Saturday. Located in the middle of The Fort Global City and Taguig proper, Bundatan is open 24/7 and serves not only bulalo but other pinoy food favorites like ginataang hipon, pork adobo, and tapsilog just to name a few for a very affordable price!

They also serve mami, lomi and sisig especially at night. Most customers are local who lives around the area, tricycle drivers, jeepney drivers, and call center workers like me.

BULALO in their big servings
and that big serving ended up in my tummy in just 15min.

Define BUNDAT?


Monday, May 30, 2011

Another Iya's Milestones


Bago Mo Sabihing Naiinis Ka Sakin, Tanong Mo Muna Kung Natutuwa Ako Sayo

This is by far the longest title in almost 4 years of blogging.

And yet this is the most perfect title to use for this blog.

I've learned a lot of lesson lately. All this time I thought I have helped a true person (not friend) but a person. Fine! I get it, it's really hard to bounce back from a devastating break-up. If you call it devastating. So devastating that you had to drink 4 gulps of isopropyl and went into self-destructive pattern. BUT FOR A GUY?! oh please!

Sino nga bang kaibigan ang matutuwa, pinatuloy ko na nga para maayos nya ang kanyang buhay at sarili in the end ako pa nanira. Excuse me! First of, it's not my fault if you went through this whole fucking turmoil. It's not my fault if in the first instance, hindi ka nakinig. Second, we treated you as a person in our home. Even if you have invaded my privacy and so is the use of my laptop without my knowledge still, I treated you as a person. Yes, it's true we have lots of complaints about you...but ask yourself this, WHY WOULD I WASTE MY PRECIOUS TIME siraan ka sa ibang tao? In the first place, sirang-sira ka na. Anu pa sisirain ko sayo?

And bakit pa kita susumbatan, alam mo naman lahat DAPAT ang mga ginawa ko sayo and it is YOU who should think twice bago mo ko sabihang "SUMBATERA".

And please, wala kang karapatang mapagod DAHIL AKO ANG NAPAGOD SAYO.

I will always thank my Mom, for this: "Kahit kelan di sila kasama sa ikauunlad ng buhay mo!". It has stuck in my mind since college and true enough, may mga tao talagang sadyang walang kwenta.

Kakila-kilabot kang babae ka. Just because wala na akong pakinabang sayo kumakapit ka naman ngayon sa taong minura-mura mo sa harap namin ng tita ko. Oh well, you're like a dog pala...isinuka mo na isusubo mo pa ulit. clap clap clap!

But you know, I understand you. Napahiya ka na ng sobra sa mga tao na kinailangan ako ang tirahin mo. Defense mechanism mo na yan. So, I'll back off.

I realized that we don't speak the same language and NO, I don't live my life the way you do.

To me, you're just one of those UNWORTHY persons na minsang dumaan sa buhay ko.


Monday, May 23, 2011

Flower Power Day!

Flower power!!!
More photos here.

First Watched Movie

I was on leave last Wednesday, the 18th. I spent the whole day playing and cuddling with my 4-month old Iya. I figured we're both bored and so I decided to watch a movie in my laptop. Tamad akong maghalukay ng mga dvd sa kwarto so I just picked one from my downloaded movies in my laptop. Then I remembered na di ko pa napapanood ang Astroboy. All of a sudden, I had flashbacks of good memories with one of my all-time childhood favorites. Along with Transformers, Mr. Bogus, Bioman, The Flying House, Batibot and Sesame Street. So much for nostalgia. I put Iya on my lap and played the movie. I wanted to take pictures of her but since ako ang may hawak sa kanya and my nanny is busy with the laundry at the dirty kitchen...parang wag nalang.

At first, Iya was malikot and can't focus on the screen but when the movie finally started with the colors and the sound she finally stopped and watched. She made sounds like: uuhh...uhmm..ooh.. and may giggle din ng konti. Cute! I was so fond of her as she stares at the screen. It was the same reaction when she watched Toy Story 1.

When I was pregnant, iniisip ko na kung anu ang mga movies na gusto ko mapanood nya. I wanted to get compilations of Sesame Street because I want her to learn how to count and spell in english. I want to familiarize her with the characters like Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, The Count, Bert and Ernie, Cookie Monster and Elmo. I want her to watch Pixar movies too because of the values it has. I wanted her to watch Wall-E so that she would be aware of the importance of nature. I wanted her to watch Transformers so that she would be amazed of Optimus Prime and be awwed by Bumblebee (pero pag mga 8 years na siya...), I wanted her to watch Ice Age (i know di siya pixar) because I want her to learn that in real life there really was a sloth, a mammoth and a saber-tooth tiger. At papatusin ko na din ang mga NAT GEO dvds sa palengke para marami pa siyang matutunan...in short I really want her to learn everything as she grows.

Next movie is Toy Story 2. :)

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Four Months And Counting...

Another month has passed and she keeps on growing...and growing....and growing...

Happy 4th Month, my beautiful bebe!
I love you, anak! :)

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

My Strawberry

3-mos. old Sophia in her strawberry like overall

Being A Muslim Woman (re-blog)

I got this email from a co-worker. I decided to post this here in my blog to let the people be aware of the situation of women in the Muslim countries and in some parts of the world. The contents below made me feel so sick that such tradition/law exists. And since I'm a mother of a 3-mos old baby girl I felt degraded and disgraced for these women/little girls.

PS: The contents below were copied as it is.

Joys of Muslim Women by Nonie Darwish
In the Muslim faith a Muslim man can marry a child as young as 1 year old and have sexual intimacy with this child, consummating the marriage by 9. The dowry is given to the family in exchange for the woman (who becomes his slave) and for the purchase of the private parts of the woman, to use her as a toy.
Even though a woman is abused, she cannot obtain a divorce.
To prove rape, the woman must have (4) male witnesses. Often after a woman has been raped, she is returned to her family and the family must return the dowry. The family has the right to execute her (an honour killing) to restore the honour of the family. Husbands can beat their wives 'at will' and the man does not have to say why he has beaten her. The husband is permitted to have 4 wives and a temporary wife for an hour (prostitute) at his discretion. The Shariah Muslim law controls the private as well as the public life of the woman. In the Western World (UK) Muslim men are starting to demand Shariah Law so the wife cannot obtain a divorce and he can have full and complete control of her. It is amazing and alarming how many of our sisters and daughters attending American Universities are now marrying Muslim men and submitting themselves and their children unsuspectingly to the Shariah law.

By passing this on, enlightened women may avoid becoming a slave under Shariah Law.
Ripping the West in Two. Author and lecturer Nonie Darwish says the goal of radical Islamists is to impose Shariah law on the world, ripping Western law
and liberty in two. She recently authored the book, Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law.
Darwish was born in Cairo and spent her childhood in Egypt and Gaza before immigrating to America in 1978, when she was eight years old. Her father died while leading covert attacks on Israel . He was a high-ranking Egyptian military officer stationed with his family in Gaza . When he died, he was considered a "shahid," a martyr for jihad. His posthumous status earned Nonie and her family an elevated position in Muslim society. But Darwish developed a skeptical eye at an early age. She questioned her own Muslim culture and upbringing. She converted to Christianity after hearing a Christian preacher on television. In her latest book, Darwish warns about creeping Shariah law - what it is, what it means and how it is manifested in Islamic countries. For the West, she says radical Islamists are working to impose Sharia on the world. If that happens, Western civilization will be destroyed. Westerners generally assume all religions encourage a respect for the dignity of each individual. Islamic law (Sharia) teaches that non-Muslims should be subjugated or killed in this world.

Peace and prosperity for one's children is not as important as assuring that Islamic law rules everywhere in the Middle East and eventually in the world. While Westerners tend to think that all religions encourage some form of the golden rule, Sharia teaches two systems of ethics - one for Muslims and another for non-Muslims. Building on tribal practices of the seventh century, Sharia encourages the side of humanity that wants to take from and subjugate others. While Westerners tend to think in terms of religious people developing a personal understanding of and relationship with God, Sharia advocates executing people who ask difficult questions that could be interpreted as criticism. It's hard to imagine, that in this day and age, Islamic scholars agree that those who criticize Islam or choose to stop being Muslim should be executed. Sadly, while talk of an Islamic reformation is common and even assumed by many in the West, such murmurings in the Middle East are silenced through intimidation. While Westerners are accustomed to an increase in religious tolerance over time, Darwish explains how petrol dollars are being used to grow an extremely intolerant form of political Islam in her native Egypt and elsewhere.

In twenty years there will be enough Muslim voters in the U.K. to elect the Prime Minister by themselves! Rest assured they will do so. You can look at how they have taken over several towns in the USA. Dearborn Mich. is one; and there are others.

I think everyone in the U.K. should be required to read this, but with the ACLU, there is no way this will be widely publicized, unless each of us sends it on! It is too bad that so many are disillusioned with life and Christianity to accept Muslims as peaceful; some may be but they have an army that is willing to shed blood in the name of Islam, the peaceful support the warriors with their finances and own kind of patriotism to their religion. While America is getting rid of Christianity from all public sites and erasing God from the lives of children the Muslims are planning a great jihad on America. This is your chance to make a difference...! Pass it on to your email list or at least those you think will listen.

These are pictures not shown on American TV or in American Newspapers, but were forwarded by a Canadian who thought All Christians ought to know.

HOW VERY SAD! - Read all the way to the bottom

Mass Muslim Marriage in Gaza
Poor kids - what a terrible fate to be born as a girl in a Muslim country
Muhammed married a six year old bride. But Islam has evolved in 1500 years. In Hamas land, in 2009, the brides are almost seven.
Mass Muslim Marriage in Gaza
450 Grooms Wed GIRLS Under Ten In Gaza
By Paul L. Williams, Ph.D.

A gala event has occurred in Gaza

Hamas sponsored a mass wedding for four hundred and fifty couples.
Most of the grooms were in their mid to late twenties; most of brides were under ten.

Muslim dignitaries including Mahmud Zahar, a leader of Hamas, were on hand to congratulate the couples who took part in the carefully staged celebration.
We are saying to the world and to America that you cannot deny us joy and happiness, Zahar told the grooms, all of whom were dressed in identical black suits and hailed from the nearby Jabalia refugee camp.

Each groom received a gift of 500 dollars from Hamas.

The pre-pubescent girls, dressed in white gowns and adorned with garish make-up, received bridal bouquets.

We are presenting this wedding as a gift to our people who stood firm in the face of the siege and the war, local Hamas strongman Ibrahim Salaf said in a speech.

The wedding photos tell the rest of the sordid tale.
The International Centre for Research on Women estimates that there are 51 million child brides now living on planet earth and almost all in Muslim countries.
Twenty-nine percent of these child brides are regularly beaten and molested by their husbands in Egypt ; twenty six percent receive similar abuse in Jordan .

Every year, three million Muslim girls are subjected to genital mutilation, according to UNICEF. This practice has not been outlawed in many parts of America.

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