Links and news June 24 2013 -1


1. It seems the Sunnis in Egypt are also gearing up for the classic sectarian war as well as the genocidal ones against non-muslims.

Ahram.Org: Eyewitnesses say that Salafist sheikhs in Giza village led a mob attack on Shia families, accusing them of being infidels and spreading debauchery, leaving four dead and scores injured.

CAUTION: This appears to be the actual video of it. This is fairly harsh. And one might be hard pressed to find a better definition for ‘savages’ than what takes place here.

2. Birmingham minister arrested in prostitution sweep pleads guilty to disorderly conduct

FirefoxScreenSnapz0473. The Daily Mail story on, ‘The Bomb the imam took home for the weekend, then called the police on Sunday’

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6 Replies to “Links and news June 24 2013 -1”

  1. They kill the Shia, they kill the Copts. tourists don’t come. They are pure. Yet they don’t prosper. What excuse will they have then? A butterfly flapping its’ wings on the other side of the world?

    They could overrun Israel and America and still they would not prosper. Literally all they would have left to blame is a butterfly flapping its’ wings.

  2. “Birmingham minister arrested in prostitution sweep” he did nothing more than Minister Dr. Martin Luther King did with his prostitutes.

    If you want to get someone to be proud of themselves without ever lifting a finger to earn it… do as they say, not what they do.

  3. Lebanon – 16 soldiers killed in clashes with Sunni radicals

    SIDON, Lebanon (AFP) – Sixteen soldiers have been killed in clashes with supporters of a radical Sunni cleric in southern Lebanon, the army said Monday, in violence tied to rising sectarian tensions fanned by the Syria conflict.

    The fighting began on Sunday on the outskirts of the city of Sidon and intensified on Monday, residents and local media said.

    The security cabinet, including Lebanon’s army chief, pledged the military would fight until it “finishes with” Salafist Sheikh Ahmad al-Assir.

    A source close to Assir said at least five of his supporters had also been killed.

    Two Islamist groups in the Ain al-Helweh Palestinian refugee camp — Jund al-Sham and Fatah al-Islam — joined the fighting, firing at an army post on the edge of the camp, a security source told AFP.

    Assir’s brother said the cleric and his supporters were inside Abra’s Bilal Bin Rabah mosque, where Assir preaches, with the National News Agency saying the army was “metres” (yards) away.

    “There has been a decision taken to finish us off, but we’re resisting up until now,” Amjad al-Assir told AFP by phone.

    “Sheikh Assir will stay in the mosque until the last drop of blood.”

    Video -Sunni cleric Ahmad al Assir :

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