Links and news – 3 For May 28 2013

1. Something about the syntax of the graffiti here makes me suspect that it was not a ‘far right wing extremist’ who painted this stuff. Also they rarely have stuff on their heads.

Graffiti at US mosque

2. Muslims once again cave to tard-fear in terms of what will be allowed to be said and written within an Australian university.

3. Canada won’t help arm Syrian rebels: Baird

4. A senior Israeli defense official warned on Tuesday that Russia’s plan to send sophisticated anti-aircraft weapons systems to Syria’s President Bashar Assad was a “threat” and signaled Israel could take some form of unspecified action in response.

5. Why do I think there is more to this story?

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8 Replies to “Links and news – 3 For May 28 2013”

  1. Calif teen misses trip, 5 friends die in crash.

    “”I [Tamer] was supposed to be with them in the car, that’s why there were three girls,” Mosallam said, explaining that he was to have been the third boy for a three-way double date. “They came to my house but my dad wouldn’t let me go out because I was studying for a test.”. .. “Friends said Alyahyan, the driver, was obsessed with his Infiniti sedan, given to him by his older brother, and spent hours working on it and driving it around with his best friend, Al Hamawendi.

    “Abdul loved cars. He took care of his car as if it was a human being,” said Ibrahim Razzak, a junior.

    The two boys were inseparable and were part of a larger group of about 10 close friends who were either first- or second-generation immigrants from various Middle Eastern countries, said Zach Darwish, an 18-year-old senior at University High who was also close friends with the two boys. The teens all spoke Arabic together when they hung out, which was constantly, he said.

    Alyahyan came to Irvine from Saudi Arabia about three years ago, said Mohamad Abdul Razzak, a 16-year-old junior and close friend who also arrived in the U.S. last year from Lebanon.

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    “The driver,17 year old Abdul Alyahyan, was the only one attending a different school, University High. He’d recently gotten a license….but it’s listed as a temporary one. The provisional license he should have been driving with, would have forbidden him to drive with passengers under 20, until he’d been driving a year,or turned 18. . . “. . .”Newport Beach Police say the car ran off an Orange County street, hit a tree and split into two pieces. The Infiniti sedan veered off Jamboree Road at about 5:20 p.m. Monday and hit the tree, splitting in half then catching fire. Four people were ejected from the car and died immediately. A fifth was partially ejected and was later declared dead at a hospital. “

  2. Femen topless protest in Tunis is first in Arab world

    THREE young European women with topless protest group Femen have been arrested after baring their breasts in Tunis, a first in the Arab world that sparked scuffles outside the Tunisian capital’s main courthouse.

    Standing on a wall in front of the railings outside the courthouse, the women, two French and the other German, shouted: “Free Amina,” in support of a young Tunisian woman detained while protesting against hardline Islamists and awaiting trial today.

    “Breast Feed Revolution” read graffiti on the women, who wore only jean micro shorts and black shoes.

    The police swiftly arrested them and took them inside the building, before a crowd of journalists.

  3. 1 Dead, 4 Hurt in Anti-Muslim Violence in Myanmar

    Hundreds of Buddhist men on motorcycles, screaming and waving iron rods and sticks, roamed the streets of a town in northeastern Myanmar on Wednesday in a new wave of violence targeting Muslims. At least one person died and four others were injured, state television said.

    A mosque, a Muslim school and other buildings were burned in the two days of rioting. Many Muslims stayed locked inside their homes and shops remained shuttered in Lashio town, near the border with China, the latest region to fall prey to the country’s spreading religious violence.

    The flare-up in Lashio reinforced doubts that President Thein Sein’s government can or will act to contain the violence and crack down on racial and religious intolerance.

    The rioting was sparked Tuesday by reports that a Muslim man had splashed gasoline on a Buddhist woman and set her on fire. The man was arrested and the woman was hospitalized with bad burns.

    Mobs took revenge by burning down the mosque and other buildings on Tuesday, but caused no reported casualties. Calm appeared to return as troops were deployed on the streets and authorities banned gatherings of more than five people and imposed an overnight curfew.

  4. Somalian drug gang linked to Scottish murder of imam’s son

    Police believed six Birmingham men travelled to Edinburgh to kill man charged with drug dealing

    A Somalian drug gang from Birmingham have been linked to the execution-style murder of an imam’s son in Scotland.

    Police believe up to six men travelled to Edinburgh to target Mohammed Omar Abdi, 25, who was facing drug dealing charges after being caught with crack cocaine earlier this month.

    Mr Abid, whose father Omar Abdi is a part-time volunteer imam at Edinburgh’s Central Mosque, was found seriously injured in Edinburgh following reports of a car crash, shortly after 1am on Sunday. He died later in hospital.

    Lothian and Borders Police are hunting for at least six black men, who reportedly spoke with English accents, in connection with the death of Mr Abdi.

    A Somali gangland insider in Birmingham told the Mail that Mohammed was targeted after being charged with drug dealing. His father is now believed to be in hiding in the city.

  5. In regards to #5. It just looks like a tragic accident to me. I don’t think there’s anything about it that has anything to do with the interests of this site.

  6. Truthiocity: after more research you are correct. I think it was a teenager with too much testosterone and money and not enough tempered judgement. I have had these suspicions before and been right frequently though. The fact that 2 sisters were killed and all the muslim names etc. But in this case it is a tragic accident and I have nothing but sympathy for the victims and their families.

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