1. City in Nanaimo BC sets out to ban Christians from using public facilities.
(remember, sanctimony remains Canada’s #1 export. And now you know why)
A third British man in a recruitment video for the Islamic militant group, Isis, is from Aberdeen, the BBC has learned.
3. Kurds Fight for Control of Kirkuk: The Battle for Iraq (Dispatch 3)
(As I have stated numerous times in various ways, God should never be called Allah, and its a bad idea to try and conflate the two)
Malaysia’s highest court on Monday dismissed a bid by Christians for the right to use the word “Allah”, ending a years-long legal battle that has escalated religious tensions in the Muslim-majority country.
The divisive case, in which the Catholic Church challenged a government ban on its long-time use of the Arabic word to refer to God, came amid concern from minorities who feel their rights are under threat by rising Islamisation in the Southeast Asian nation.
(Video at BBC is flakey. Trying to do something about that now. Should probably be seen though)
Director of Operations at MSF, Dr Bart Janssens, warned the epidemic would spread to more countries, unless there was a stronger international response.
ISLAMIC fundamentalists in south-western Sydney are wearing propagandist paraphernalia freely available for sale at local markets and online to show their support for jihadi bloodshed.
Thank you Buck, M, Wrath of Khan and all. Been a hell of a day.