Reader’s links for April 27 – 2015

This post has all its contents in the comments. For the newest freshest videos and news stories of interest to the Counter-Jihad and the Geopolitics of Islam, please click comments and add to, or read what is posted there.

Some will be integrated into the day’s posts and others not. But this way we can keep a great news flow going without interfering with the conversations about the issues under the various essays and news items in the posts that will be presented throughout the day.

Thank you all for your informative and important contributions.

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Muslims in Minneapolis threaten a slaughter if terror pals not released and much more: Links 2 on April 26 – 2015

1. Video: German writer meets Isis: ‘Isis much stronger than assumed. Their mission is to destroy all religions and democracy’

Isis believes the West ‘has no strategy’ to fight them because they don’t understand them. The West doesn’t understand that the problem is with the ideology of ALL Muslims. The problem is Islam itself. You can arrest individual Muslims in the last minute before they commit a terrorist attack, while a thousand more are groomed constantly through every mosque by using the ideology of the Quran. It takes only three months of intense Quran to turn a “moderate” Muslim into a terrorist.

(Article continues at link. Related video below)

2. ‘The abaya unifies and liberates women,’ says Emirati student

(Link here)

This story is worth posting because it shows an important flaw in our own reasoning. We make the assumption that the head cloth and the face cloth is oppressive of women. The fact is that it is in islamic nations where they have no choice, the inevitable consequence of failing to stop islamic influence. But in the West, it is actually a symbol of islamic supremacy and this is one of the reasons many women will take to it. The primary one still though, is a symbol of the degree of islamic manifest destiny in a given area. Typically when a muslim community reaches a certain stage of colonization you suddenly see lots of these garments where the year before you never did. The reason for this I believe is that the mosques give the signal to begin the separation of  the muslims from the rest of the population at that point. Then they can increase the degree of allegations of victimhood of discrimination, as if the isalmic clothing was a genetic component or a birth defect of some kind and must not be seen for what it is. which is in fact A uniform of the soldiers of colonization for islamic manifest destiny.

3. Hamas Fundraiser Running for Office in UK Vows Not to Vote for the “Jew”

In remarks made in a Facebook exchange Saturday, Gulzabeen Afsal, a Tory council candidate running in Derby, wrote that she would never support “the Jew,”  apparently referring to Miliband.

The exchange began when Afsal wrote on her Facebook page: “Just can’t take Mr Ed Miiband seriously!! DC (David Cameron) has what it takes to be the future PM.”

When a respondent suggested that Afsal should have some respect “for the future PM”, she responded: “Nah bro! never ever will I drop that low and support the al yahud [Arabic for Jew] lol.”

Gulzabeen Afsal helped raise money for Islamic Relief UK, a group that the UAE has listed as a terrorist organization and that Israel has accused of raising money for Hamas.

Despite her remarks, Afsal still appears to be a candidate. Meanwhile in the UK people go to jail for saying something derogatory about Islam.

4.  battle in Anbar – Iraq – graphic

(The Islamic State has some seriously high tech weapons)

5. Iranian General Discusses Possible Terror Attacks in Saudi Cities, Adds: U.S. behind 9/11

6. Fallujah dam project aftermath of Islamic State attack I think

7. Somali Families Rally At State Capitol Over Terror Arrests

Thank you Oz-RIta, Don C., M., Wrath of Khan and many more.

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Arrests, demands, murder, riots, all-you-can-take buffet of horror: Links 1 on April 26 – 2015

1. Video from the Italian ministry of the interior on the arrest of a terror suspect the other day.

(To look at the guy in the second half of this video, you would never suspect he had any kind of terrorist leanings)

2. Dagestan: FSB kill 2 Islamic State actors in war like conditions. (I wonder who works at the Tourism bureau in Dagestan. I’m guessing at least one of the Clintons)

3. There appears to be some fairly serious rioting in Baltimore. What makes it interesting is CNN said on air that if people wanted to know about it, go look on the internet. Then they pulled down all their own coverage of it, which was precious little. At least according to various sources in my Twitter feed.

People at the baseball game were not allowed to leave the stadium for some time and an RT reporter was knocked down and had her bag and camera stolen by rioters. More.

4. Nations ned to protect their borders for the same reason people lock their doors.

5. Texas: Muslims murder woman for helping convert their daughter to Christianity

(And this is how sharia works. Not by an act of legislation or  even convention. But muslims just implement it without concern of the costs to the enforcer till people obey it out of fear.)

HOUSTON – Investigators say that an Iranian activist was gunned down by Jordanian immigrants in 2012 because they believed she helped convert their Muslim daughter to Christianity, reports CBS affiliate KHOU.

Gelareh Bagherzadeh, a 30-year-old researcher at MD Anderson, was shot to death outside her parents home in the Galleria area.

Ali Irsan, 57, is charged with capital murder in the case. His wife, Shmou Ali Alrawabdeh, and their 21-year-old son, Nasim, are charged with murder. Irsan is also reportedly accused of killing Coty Beavers, his daughter’s husband, 10 months after Bagherzadeh was shot to death. Coty Beavers was the twin brother of Bagherzadeh’s boyfriend.

(We have been tracking this killing as likely the result of islam in America since the day it happened. Initially, the suspicion was an agent of Iran as she was outspoken against the Iranian regime and its abuse of women. It turns out to be worse. Sharia apostate laws carried out in Texas)

6. UK: Labour would outlaw Islamophobia, says Miliband in an exclusive interview

(Readers of this site won’t need to have the implications of a law that makes criticism of a belief system illegal, explained to them. For others, please see Saudi Arabia and all other Islamic country’s laws on criticism of islam and see Europe in the early middle ages)

A future Labour Government is committed to outlaw the scourge of Islamophobia by changing the law and making it an aggravated crime, according to the Party’s Leader Ed Miliband.

“We are going to make it an aggravated crime. We are going to make sure it is marked on people’s records with the police to make sure they root out Islamophobia as a hate crime,” Miliband told the Editor of The Muslim News, Ahmed J Versi in a wide ranging exclusive interview.

“We are going to change the law on this so we make it absolutely clear of our abhorrence of hate crime and Islamophobia. It will be the first time that the police will record Islamophobic attacks right across the country,” he said.

Labour Party Manifesto pledged to take a “zero-tolerance approach to hate crime” regarding the growth of Islamophobia as well as anti-Semitism. “We will challenge prejudice before it grows, whether in schools, universities or on social media. And we will strengthen the law on disability, homophobic, and transphobic hate crime,” it said.

Despite voting for the new Counter Terrorism Act last month, Labour was also critical of the way the Government has cut funding and narrowed the focus of the controversial Prevent extremism programme, saying that much of the work to “engage Muslim communities has been lost.”

(Here is the second way that sharia takes hold. Opportunistic politicians ready to smash a thousand years of Magna Carta and individual rights for a shot at sitting in Parliament for a few years)

7. This one is a tad complex. Some years ago, the Uruguay government accepted a number of Gitmo detainees. It hasn’t worked out so well so far. In fact they have turned down a number of jobs to the annoyance of the current government, and are demanding that various governments increase their monthly welfare so they can bring their families over to sponge off of the state with them.

Last week they went in front of the US embassy and did the usual public display of prayer-threat when they didn’t get what they wanted right away.

8. Islamic State Seizes Dam, Kills Iraqi General, 127 Soldiers

U.S. officials said intelligence reports suggest the extremists had opened at least one of the dam’s gates, although darkness has hampered efforts to determine how much flooding, if any, resulted.

“It’s unlikely now the Iraqi defense ministry could be able to retake the dam from the group soon,” Faleh al-Issawi, deputy head of the Anbar provincial council, said by telephone.

(This article contains an almost ‘en passant’ reference to the IS deliberately trying to flood out a populated area. It is stunning that no details were given as it speaks to the motives and level of horror that the Islamic State actually operate under)

 

Thank you M., Liberty.Dk., CB Sashenka, Wrath of Khan, Richard, Yucki and many more and much more to come. Hopefully a very important Wilders clip from the Dutch Parliament if we can get it done today.

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Reader’s links for April 26 – 2015

This post has all its contents in the comments. For the newest freshest videos and news stories of interest to the Counter-Jihad and the Geopolitics of Islam, please click comments and add to, or read what is posted there.

Some will be integrated into the day’s posts and others not. But this way we can keep a great news flow going without interfering with the conversations about the issues under the various essays and news items in the posts that will be presented throughout the day.

Thank you all for your informative and important contributions.

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Geopolitics of Islamic State, expanding rapidly, attacks Saudi in small way and Jordanian border in larger one. Links 3 on April 25 – 2015

1. Very odd video of British police with dogs and horses policing a Reclaim England march. Its impossible to tell from the video what actually took place but typically its the ‘Antifa’ and far left groups that start real trouble and get arrested. Can’t say in this case. Comments are discouraging though.

2. Port city of Aden in Yemen experiences Saudi air strikes and ongoing intense street gunfights.

3. Three Islamic State car bombs hit Iraq-Jordan border crossing, four dead

(Reuters) – Three suicide car bombs exploded at a border crossing between Iraq and Jordan on Saturday, killing four soldiers, a witness and an Iraqi border police source said, in an attack claimed shortly afterwards by Islamic State.

The Islamic State militant group claimed responsibility for the attack in a video, saying it had targeted a government complex, control point for the border crossing, and army patrol, according to monitoring group SITE.

4. UN: Myanmar Stability at Risk If Rohingya Issue Not Solved

(I agree with the UN. Just not their solution)

5. Saudi police murder suspect ‘was acting for Islamic State’

Officials said Mohammed Abdulrahman Abu Niyan, a Saudi citizen, confessed to the murders which took place in the capital, Riyadh, earlier this month.

He received instructions, cash and weapons from IS elements in Syria, the interior ministry said in a statement.

Saudi Arabia is keenly aware that it is a key IS target, correspondents report.

6. ‘Al-Shabab’ abducts and kills Kenyan chief near Mandera

(Islam is turning the whole world into a Middle Ages theme park except with real disease and weapons)

Suspected al-Shabab militants have abducted and killed a traditional chief in northern Kenya, a local elder says.

Chief Muktar Otieno was seized early on Thursday morning on the road to Mandera town, close to the border between Kenya and Somalia.

Assistant chief Abdinoor Dakane told the BBC that Mr Otieno was tied to a tree and shot dead by the militants, after locals failed to pay a ransom.

7. Syria -Muslim terrorists move into Jisr

Thank you M., Richard Don C. and all.

 

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At what point will enough of us accept reality to take rational action? Links 2 on April 25 – 2015

1. Iranian ships turn away from Yemen

(The US navy has that affect on most actors)

2. Montreal school struggles to explain why its students join ISIS

Just months after five students at Montreal’s Collège de Maisonneuveleft Canada to join the Islamic State in Syria, a young couple, El Mahdi Jamali and Sabrine Djaermane, who attended the same school, were arrested last Tuesday for what police allege were plans to commit terrorist acts. Since the arrest, school officials have met with terrorism and extremism experts to help analyze if the school itself had been a breeding ground for extremists. Some locals familiar with the school have pointed fingers at Adil Charkaoui, an Islamic leader in Montreal who rents the school’s facilities for a weekend Muslim youth group, and was once probed by federal agents as a suspected al-Qaeda sleeper agent.

3. When you see muslims this happy, it probably means a large pile of dead, wounded and suffering as well as those who lost the bounty of their life’s work.

4. Free Gaza from Hamas demo in Germany

5. Thousands in Germany commemorate Armenian Genocide centennial.

Video: Germany: Thousands of German Turks decry Armenian ‘genocide’ allegations

6. Erdogan not pleased at all about it

(He prefers the term, Massacre)

7. Today’s dose of Islamic state threats, horror and inhumanity. But it seems to be a more general threat directed at all non-muslims in the world. CAUTION: Harsh brutality, murder, and Satanic level zeal to slaughter generally speaking decent people.

Video title: “We will not rest until every single Muslim is freed from the Tawaghit, al-Quds, al-Andalus are returned and we conquer Rome”

8.Yemeni politician Abd Al-Qader Salam, Secretary-General of the Nasserist Democratic Party in Yemen, said in an interview with Hizbullah’s Al-Manar TV that unless Saudis stopped their airstrikes in Yemen, there will be attacks in Riyadh, Mecca, and Medina. He boasted that the Yemeni people can only “flourish and develop” in a state of war.

Thank you Wrath of Khan, M., Yucki, Richard, and a host of others. A busy news day today, more in severity and scale perhaps than in volume.

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The lines begin to sharpen. More of the West begins to resolve the real ‘root causes’ of Islamic terrorism. Koran. Links 1 on April 25 – 2015

A few days ago, I posted a notice about a volcano which erupted inn Chile. I mentioned, somewhat sarcastically, that it likely released more CO2 than all of humanity since the industrial revolution. Under that post a few people wrote kindly worded admonitions and corrections to that highly exaggerated statement.

Yes, this side of the debate does not have the luxury of these kinds of statements, it is true. While I personally do not believe that humanity is affecting the climate in the manner that the IPCC, a UN body which had as its foundational rules that only man-made CO2 could be considered as a cause of climate change and no natural factors were even allowed to be considered, if we are to argue against deliberate deceptions, exaggerations, and altered data for good science and bad, then we have to be meticulous. Thank you for posting the corrections.

 

1. Islam is Nazism with a God. Eric Allen Bell

2. Iran takes the classic Jew-hate blood libel mainstream

3. Turkish press release on the official reaction to Germany’s declaration on the Armenian genocide recognizing its Genocidal intent.

4. Hundreds of thousands gather to remember the Australian war dead of WW1 

5. Boko Haram renames itself Islamic State in West Africa

(It would be interesting to know the total square milage now of the Islamic State as a whole, including the Boko Haram territory, in comparison to nations or states we are more familiar with. Also the total population)

6. Video of Islamic State capabilities impresses military experts

(If there is one thing the US is good at, its training militaries)

7. CNN moves another inch and a quarter closer to the unmentionable truths

(CNN)Several of the world’s worst terrorist groups, like ISIS and Al-Shabaab, aim to create societies governed by strict, distorted versions of Sharia law.

(Neither the article or video explains what a non-distorted sharia law is, or how the Islamic State etc. are distorting it. But they are at least madding admissions that was anathema to them a year or more ago)

8. Somalia’s al-Shabab kills man for ‘insulting prophet’

Crowds watched as the man was shot by a firing squad in the southern town of Jamame in the Lower Juba region.

A BBC Somali service repoter says al-Shabab have previously killed people accused of spying or apostasy.

Last month al-Shabab carried out an attack on Garissa College in neighbouring Kenya, killing 148 people.

The Islamist group controls large swathes of rural Somalia.

Thank you Eric Allen Bell, M., Carpe Diem, Wrath of Khan, Richard, Yucki, and all. More to come shortly.

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Reader’s links for April 25 – 2015

This post has all its contents in the comments. For the newest freshest videos and news stories of interest to the Counter-Jihad and the Geopolitics of Islam, please click comments and add to, or read what is posted there.

Some will be integrated into the day’s posts and others not. But this way we can keep a great news flow going without interfering with the conversations about the issues under the various essays and news items in the posts that will be presented throughout the day.

Thank you all for your informative and important contributions.

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Armenian Genocide anniversary post as well as more Islamic warping of our own cultural and ethical norms: Links 2 on April 24 – 2015

1. Remembering the Armenian Genocide at GoV

2. Anjem Choudary does his welfare recipients walk in the streets of London chanting anti-democratic noise through quite a loud PA system

3. JISR Syria jihadis

(There is a great deal more video showing jihadi movements and activities and heavy weapons including tanks and humvees on what I assume to be the frontiers of the Islamic State under today’s Reader Links post in the comments)

4. CAIR Florida sues Domino’s Pizza for something or other

5. Hamas holds heavily armed military style parade through Gaza

6. Muslims now threaten to wage attacks against Americans etc. in the Philippines. This would be after no less than two ‘peace treaties’ have been signed by muslim groups like MILF with the Philippine government.

(Hint to the Islamic State in the Philippines: Next time you make a jihad video, don’t do it in a bird sanctuary)

7. Italian police launch ‘vast’ anti-terrorism operation against al Qaeda-inspired group

8. Sam Sorbo hosts Andrew Bostom who speaks to the Armenian Genocide and its Islamic motives,

Thank you M., GoV., Andrew Bostom, Ox AO, Don C., and many many more. It needs to be stated from time to time that many interesting links, geopolitical updates as well as great oped pieces that do not make it to the main posts are in the daily links stub post as well as when related to what is posted, under these posts. People wishing to get more information should look there as well.

Thank you all again for your contributions.

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Another plot to kill the Pope foiled, European Islands in danger, Germany recognizes Armenian Genocide: Links 1 on April 24- 2015

1. Italy terror cell that plotted to bomb Vatican smashed, prosecutors say

A terror cell that plotted to bomb the Vatican and included Osama bin Laden’s bodyguards among its members has been smashed by Italian counter-terror police, prosecutors have said.

Following a six-year investigation that began with a probe into illegal immigration, police launched raids across Italy and Sardinia on Friday, targeting 18 people suspected of links with al-Qaida.

An as yet unspecified number were arrested, including a spiritual leader of the small Muslim community on Sardinia, but others are believed to have fled the country.

Among those arrested or being sought were men suspected of involvement in the October 2009 bombing of the Meena Bazaar in Peshawar, which left more than 100 dead and over 200 people injured.

2. Pamela Geller’s full speech at Brooklyn College

3. German President Gauck labels Ottoman massacre of Armenians ‘genocide’

German President Joachim Gauck has described the 1915 slaughter of Armenians by Ottoman Turks as “genocide.” The comments, which are likely to infuriate Ankara, come as Berlin prepares to reclassify the killings.

(Magnificent and very brave of Germany given the number of non-integrated muslim Turks there)

4. German scholarship program creates (accidental) embarrassment for Israelis when they group winners by region.

5. Who was Adam Yahiye Gadahn

(As he converted in 1995 before 911, one might get the impression that Islam has always been this way and was not transformed by the actions of Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda etc.)

6. Islamic Call to Prayer London England, April 21 – 2015

(This may be a great time for patriots to play some loud Rolling Stones through a decent PA system)

7. Alberta judge grants Omar Khadr bail pending appeal

An Alberta judge ordered convicted al-Qaeda terrorist Omar Khadr released on bail Friday morning, giving him his first taste of freedom since he was 15, when the United States military captured him in Afghanistan and then incarcerated him in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

But Mr. Khadr will have to wait for a hearing on May 5 that will decide his conditions of release. The Crown could still appeal the release order.

The Toronto-born Khadr, 28, is currently in prison in Innisfail, Alta.

(Much info at link including a couple of videos)

8. Admiral Warns: Potential for Islamist Raids on European Islands

The security situation in the Mediterranean will continue to deteriorate to the point where we can expect Islamist raids on European islands, a recently retired Royal Navy Admiral has told Breitbart London.

HMS BULWARK

Rear Admiral Chris Parry CBE, the straight-talking former Director General of the Ministry of Defence Development, Concepts, and Doctrine Centre, the government body tasked with foreseeing future strategic threats, made the comments in an interview this week as European nations gathered to discuss the sudden migrant crisis gripping the Mediterranean.

(If I had a home on Lampedusa and didn’t see the Italian Navy handy I think I would be listing it for sale about now)

Thank you Andrew Bostom, M., Don C., Carpe Diem, GoV., and all who sent in materials and links. Looks like its going to be a busy weekend. More to come shortly.

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Reader’s links for April 24 – 2015

This post has all its contents in the comments. For the newest freshest videos and news stories of interest to the Counter-Jihad and the Geopolitics of Islam, please click comments and add to, or read what is posted there.

Some will be integrated into the day’s posts and others not. But this way we can keep a great news flow going without interfering with the conversations about the issues under the various essays and news items in the posts that will be presented throughout the day.

Thank you all for your informative and important contributions.

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Tower Hamlets mayor ejected from office, Taliban and IS declare jihad. Triple play! links 3 on April 23 – 2015

1. Former deputy’s son dead in AKP election bureau attack in southeastern Turkey

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2. The Classic Blood Libel Against Jews Goes Mainstream in Iran

A recent article on a high-profile political website shows how even the most primitive anti-Semitic slurs and conspiracy theories have found their way into all levels of Iranian discourse.

On April 18, the prominent Iranian website Alef published an article whose title roughly translates to “Who Are Human History’s Most Bloodthirsty People?” The long, detailed essay, complete with footnotes, pictures, and video clips, accuses Jews of killing non-Jews to use their blood for ritual purposes.

Alef is owned and supervised by Ahmad Tavakkoli, a member of Iran’s parliament who formerly served as minister of labor and social affairs and president of the parliamentary research center. A prominent conservative figure who received his PhD in economics from Nottingham University in Britain, Tavakkoli is also cousin to the Larijani bothers — Mohammad Javad Larijani, head of the human rights council in the judiciary, Sadeq Larijani, chief of the judiciary, and Ali Larijani, speaker of the parliament. Soon after the article appeared in Alef, other hardliner websites such as Mashregh News (mashreghnews.ir) republished it.

3. Rape ‘victim’, 20, who took her own life days after ‘being kidnapped and attacked by a man she thought was a taxi driver’ gives evidence from beyond the grave

An alleged rape victim who took her own life is giving evidence from beyond the grave over allegations she was kidnapped and attacked by a man she thought was a taxi driver.

Masood Mansouri, 33, from Saltney, Flintshire, is accused of kidnapping, sexual assaulting and raping the 20-year-old after allegedly pretending to be a taxi driver when the woman was trying to hail a cab.

Today, the jury was shown a video-taped interview which the woman gave to police two days after the alleged incident. Five days later, the woman took a fatal overdose, the court heard.

4. Telegraph link on Tower Hamlets election fraud verdict. 

5. Short excerpt from a Pamela Geller speech in an American university. Houston, we have a problem. Brooklyn and Dearborn as well I suspect.

6. This article about abuse of a woman by a muslim in Arizona needs to get its terms straight. This was not an ‘arranged marriage’. This was a forced marriage which makes it not a marriage at all by any rational definition that a Western person would understand. We would see it more like buying a cow.

Mohamed S. Abdullahi, 30, faces sexual assault, assault and kidnapping charges. He is being held without bond.

Police noted in the court documents that the victim is Abdullahi’s wife via Muslim custom. Police did not release her age, but Sgt. Trent Crump said she is a young adult.

Police said the victim’s parents married her to Abdullahi in November without her knowledge. She learned of the marriage in December and fled the state but returned two weeks later to finish high school.

The victim’s family members reportedly took her to Abdullahi’s residence against her will on Monday. Police said Abdullahi punched, bit and strangled her before sexually assaulting her.

“I just heard someone screaming and crying and there were these guys carrying a woman and like dragging her onto the sidewalk,” said neighbor Trina Childs.

7. More on the muslim in France who shot himself after killing a woman on the way to blow up some churches.

8. Taliban and Islamic State Declare Jihad on Each Other

According to reports from Afghanistan’s Khaama Press and Pakistan’s Mashaal Radio, the Taliban and Islamic State (ISIS) have declared jihad on each other, furthering an already acrimonious relationship between the two groups.

Nabi Jan Mullahkhil, police chief of Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province, an opium-producing region along the Pakistan border, revealed in an interview that he received documents showing that both groups made the declaration.

This news comes after a brutal terrorist attack on Saturday in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, which killed at least 35 people and wounded over 100 others. The Taliban castigated the incident, with the group’s spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid stating, “It was an evil act. We strongly condemn it.”

Thank you M., Yucki, Wrath of Khan, Don C. GoV., and all. More to come.

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Democracy has a victory in Tower Hamlets. Possibly. Links 1 on April 23 – 2015

1. Anger after white people and men are banned from ‘anti-racism’ rally at British university by its own student union DIVERSITY OFFICER

Students have hit out after white people were banned from an event supposed to be against racism.

Those studying at Goldsmiths University in south London were invited to the student union event to call on academics to ‘diversify the curriculum’.

But many were left shocked when an organiser told white people and men ‘not to come’, as it was only open to black minority ethnic (BME) women. 

The University’s student union Welfare and Diversity Officer, Bahar Mustafa wrote on Facebook: ‘Invite loads of BME Women and non-binary people!!

‘Also, if you’ve been invited and you’re a man and/or white PLEASE DON’T COME just cos (sic) i invited a bunch of people and hope you will be responsible enough to respect this is a BME Women and non-binary event only.’

(And the cloak of ‘anti-racism’ slips a little more, revealing what it truly is)

2. CBC Reporter Compares ISIS Terrorists to Foreign Recruits of Israeli Forces

Comparing ISIS’ recruitment from abroad, with a democratic country’s obligation to protect its citizenry from threats by internationally-designated terror groups is beyond the pale.

Israel faces the scourge of radical Islam on all its borders and requires a conscripted army, and welcomes the support of foreign recruits, in its battle against Islamic extremists and those who pledge to wipe Israel from the map.

ISIS subjugates and persecutes its people, beheads infidels and seeks an Islamic caliphate and world domination. Individuals from abroad who elect to join Israel’s army do so to protect the Jewish state from threats like ISIS, Hamas, and Iran. They volunteer to put their lives on the line (and on hold) and leave their families behind. Many of these “Lone Soldiers” are from Canada. In fact, 3% of Israel’s overseas soldiers are Canadians. Their efforts are entirely praiseworthy, are heroic, and are worthy of our admiration.

3. 1700 new graduate jihadis in Syria

4. Blackburn boy, 14, charged over Australia terrorism ‘plot’

The boy is accused of inciting another person to carry out an attack at an Anzac Day event with the aim of killing or seriously injuring people.

He is also accused of inciting another person to behead someone in Australia.

Anzac Day is commemorated on 25 April in memory of Australian and New Zealand soldiers who have died in war.

The boy, who has not been named for legal reasons, is believed to be the youngest person to be charged with terrorism offences in the UK to date, according to BBC home affairs correspondent Daniel Sandford

5. Gaza Fires Rocket at Israel

The IDF has confirmed that at least one terrorist rocket was fired from Gaza at southern Israel Thursday. There have been no reports of injuries or damage.

The Color Red sirens went off in and around Sderot. Residents reported hearing explosions.

6. British man accused of wanting to travel to Syria has passport seized in raid

A British Muslim says he has been “left stateless” after police seized his passport over claims he wanted to travel to Syria.

The man, who has been asked to be known as Abu Haleema, was woken yesterday morning by anti-terror police raiding his London home.

The officers told the man they were searching for “articles relating to terrorism” and seized his passport.

He was not arrested but was left with a letter from the Home Office detailing their suspicions.

(And here he is on Youtube)

7. Tower Hamlets election fraud mayor Lutfur Rahman removed from office

(Video at site is both good and revealing. A segment of which is below)

An Election Commissioner concluded Tower Hamlets mayor Lutfur Rahman breached election rules and must vacate his post immediately.

Four voters alleged he used “corrupt and illegal practices” in last year’s election, which must now be re-run.

Mr Rahman, who denied any wrong-doing, has been banned from standing again.

At the special High Court hearing, Election Commissioner Richard Mawrey also ordered Mr Rahman to pay £250,000 in costs.

(When this election took place, this site had a number of videos and articles detailing some of the tactics he used from religious intimidation to full on physical intimidation)

Thank you M., Richard, Yucki, Don C. Wrath of Khan, and all who did research and made comments as well as left news tips. more to come shortly.

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A few articles from last night: posted April 23 – 2015

A few of us have been working most of the evening on translating a new session of the Dutch Parliament with Geert Wilders on the immigrant crisis in Europe right now. Its very good and quite dynamic. A couple of young Dutch parliamentarians puff themselves up with sanctimonious outrage and sling mud at Geert and act as if they represented the Libyan illegals and hold their actual constituents in contempt. Someone really needs to drop a dozen muslim refugees off at their actual homes and be told they will live off of their host’s fat government salaries instead of the working poor who usually end up with both the bill and the permanently changed neighborhoods.

I am hoping to get this finished and posted tomorrow. Its very good. And a great deal of work already and it isn’t even finished yet.

Meanwhile, here is a tribute to the Turkish Foreign Minister:

1. Five dead muslims in Arizona after a standoff with police

Police believed the shooting deaths late on Thursday stemmed from a dispute about a family business.

The three male victims were brothers from Morocco and the fourth victim was their mother. The final victim was the wife of one of the men, police said.

Four other people fled the home during the standoff, police said.

Police used a megaphone to try to communicate with the occupants of the home, addressing the family in Arabic.

The Arizona Republic reported that one neighbour said the family owned a transportation service, but another referred to them as “invisible” until Thursday

2. Here is an interesting looking organization.

3. Groomed to be a sex slave and branded a racist for bringing my sex abusers to justice: One woman reveals her horrific ordeal in a tell-all book

By Lara Mcdonnell For Daily Mail

Two of my abusers had already threatened to kill me. Even in the court, I feared no one could stop these depraved men, all in their 30s, from leaping out to attack me as I gave evidence against them. The court guide assured me I would be safe, but nothing was going to allay my fears entirely.

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Mohammed’s defence was laughable: he claimed I’d forced him to take drugs and have sex with me. His barrister, a woman, implied I was a racist because all the defendants were Muslim. Of the men in the dock, my evidence directly related to five. One was convicted of two counts of sexual activity with a child (not me). The others were found guilty of rape, child prostitution and other serious charges.

I was in court to see the judge pass life sentences on Mohammed Karrar, 38; Bassam Karrar, 33; Akhtar Dogar, 32; and Anjum Dogar, 31. The judge told Mohammed he would have to serve a minimum of 20 years. Because the defendants were Muslim, the case had opened sensitive issues about race and religion. My view is clear: they behaved that way because of differences in how they viewed women.

(This article is worth reading in its entirety)

Thank you M., Maria J., and all.

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