Links and news for June 25 2013 – 1

1. UN notes ‘concrete suspicions’ that Syrian rebels used chemical weapons

2. Leftists and muslims in Canada make video to try and cause suspicion, non-cooperation and resentment of security services and the Harper Government. (H/T Shab)

3. NDP and Union-linked groups aid the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism 

4. Syrian rebel commander: “Islam must be the single source of authority of the state”

5. Bill Mahar on islam

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7 Replies to “Links and news for June 25 2013 – 1”

  1. “Leftists and muslims in Canada make video”

    In the 2 or 3 years before 911, feminists were all over the Taliban over their treatment of women. Now the left is on Islam like stink on ____. They hate their native culture above all else. they are neurotic.

  2. Femen protesters throw themselves on Tunisia motorcade ahead of EU visit

    BRUSSELS – Bare-breasted members of the feminist group Femen targeted the motorcade of Tunisian Prime Minister Ali Larayedh to protest the jailing of group members in Tunis.

    As the Tunisian motorcade left following a visit to European Union headquarters on Tuesday, two women climbed atop a diplomatic car and two others chanted slogans.

    Security officials dragged the women off the car, and all four ran away from the scene.

    Early this month, a Tunisian court sentenced three Femen activists who staged a topless protest to four months and a day in prison.

    http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Femen+protesters+throw+themselves+Tunisia+motorcade+ahead/8574794/story.html

    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x118vbr_les-femen-se-jettent-sur-la-voiture-du-premier-ministre-tunisien-en-visite-a-bruxelles_news?search_algo=2#.Ucm3bsWAzAM

  3. Vatican mourns killing of monk, latest victim of Syrian bloodshed

    […]the monk was killed June 23 last during a raid on the Franciscan monastery of St Anthony of Padua in Ghassanieh, a predominantly Christian village in the district of Jisr al-Shughur in the province of Idlib, near the border with Turkey.

    […]the village had been under attack from Islamist rebels for the past few weeks, forcing the majority of the population to flee.

    […]the monastery of St. Anthony was the only safe area and that at the time of the attack gave shelter to Fr. Fran?ois, some Franciscan friars, four sisters and ten Christians. When Fr. Fran?ois tried to oppose resistance to defend the nuns and other people, the guerrillas shot him, killing him.

    http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2013/06/25/vatican_mourns_killing_of_monk,_latest_victim_of_syrian_bloodshed/en1-704677

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