Links and news July 5 2013 – 1

1. Turkey’s Islamist Gov’t Rejects Egypt Coup

The government of Turkey has rejected the recent coup in Egypt, describing the ouster of the democratically-elected Muslim Brotherhood regime of Mohamed Morsi as “unacceptable, no matter what the reasons,” the Associate Press reports. Turkey, which is governed by an Islamist party under Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has seen several similar coups in the past, when the military forced out Islamist governments.

2. Angry Tards. Egyptian religious muslims confront soldiers in Egypt. (Pictures are priceless)

3. Ikhwan (Muslim Brotherhood) spreading rumour that the new Egyptian President is Jewish. Actually they claim, “A 7th day adventist which is a type of Jew”

Must be the zebibas. All the brains leaking out of them.

4. French and British just as horrifically invasive as the US in terms of violating privacy of own citizens.

5. Chapati maker smack down. No names given of the arrested.

6. Extraordinary story of a 10 year old and home invaders and gun play

H/T EDL Buck, Richard, Dan Friedman and more. Thank you.

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8 Replies to “Links and news July 5 2013 – 1”

  1. #1 I hope Turkey’s military is watching Egypt and getting ideas.

    #4 This one is easy to believe all of the Western Governments are turning into soft tyrannies.

    #6 I don’t know that family but I sure wish we had a lot more like them, of course we may and the legacy media is not reporting on them.

  2. 3/ What I love about Zebibas is that they are so distinguishable in the cross-hairs of a sniper’s rifle. Zebibas are nature’s bullseyes.
    The good thing is that even if you miss, you’ll probably still get a clear brain shot through an eye or straight in the bridge of the nose.
    More Muslim freaks should have Zebibas. It makes them stand out. Zebibas turn Muzloids from predator into prey. Culling these retards is a service to society!

  3. Islamists fight back in Egypt

    Civilians battle each other and troops; death toll rises

    CAIRO — Enraged Islamists pushed back Friday against the toppling of President Mohammed Morsi when tens of thousands of his supporters took to the streets, vowing to win his reinstatement and fought Morsi opponents in violence that killed at least 30 people and drove the divided nation toward an increasingly dangerous showdown.

    In a battle on a bridge over the Nile River in Cairo, gunfire rang out and flames leaped from a burning car as the rival sides threw volleys of stones and fireworks at each other. Military armored vehicles raced across the bridge in a counterattack on Morsi’s supporters.

    The clashes accelerated after the supreme leader of Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood defiantly proclaimed that his followers would not give up street action until the return of the country’s first freely elected president, swept out of power days earlier by the military. Morsi opponents called out the public to defend against the Brotherhood, deepening the battle lines.

    Troops opened fire on peaceful pro-Morsi protesters. Islamists threw one Morsi opponent off a roof.

    “God make Morsi victorious and bring him back to the palace,” Brotherhood chief Mohammed Badie proclaimed before cheering supporters at a Cairo mosque in his first appearance since the overthrow. “We are his soldiers; we defend him with our lives.”

    more on the page :

    video – Cairo – battle on the bridge :

  4. Femen stages topless protest against Turkey PM

    A feminist activist from the radical group Femen staged a topless protest at an Istanbul airport Friday to denounce Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s religious conservatism.

    Wearing only mini-shorts and high heels, she performed her stunt inside Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen airport, on the Asian side of the bi-continental city.

    The woman, with the words “Air Dictator” painted in red on her chest, brandished a banner representing a plane ticket that read “Erdogan, from: Istanbul to: Kabul”.

    Police arrested her after the brief protest.

    Femen said in a statement it “urges the people of Turkey, like Egyptians, to overthrow Erdogan’s Islamist regime and force Erdogan to relocate to a country close to him in spirit (such as) Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan.”

    The group also urged the “lovely Turkish people” to press on with the unprecedented anti-Erdogan protest movement that developed last month on Istanbul’s Taksim square.

    The nationwide protests left four people dead and scores wounded.

    The perceived islamisation of Turkish society during Erdogan’s 10-year-old rule was one of the demonstrators’ main grievances.

  5. IRAQ – 92-year-old Iraqi weds woman seven decades junior

    A 92-year-old Iraqi farmer married a woman 70 years his junior in a village north of Baghdad, he said Friday, voicing happiness at getting hitched alongside two teenage grandchildren who also tied the knot.

    Musali Mohammed al-Mujamaie married 22-year-old Muna Mukhlif al-Juburi on Thursday evening, three years after the death of his first wife of 58 years, with whom he raised 16 children in his home village of Gubban, which lies just south of the central Iraqi city of Samarra.

    “I am so happy to get married with my grandsons,” Mujamaie told AFP after the ceremony.

    “I feel like a 20-year-old!”

    Mujamaie said the marriage of his two grandsons, aged 16 and 17, was repeatedly delayed while his own wedding was being arranged, so that the three could tie the knot on the same day.

    The wedding carried on for four hours, with musical and dance performances and celebratory gunfire, and was attended by local tribal and religious leaders.

    pic on the page :

  6. “Ikhwan (Muslim Brotherhood) spreading rumour that the new Egyptian President is Jewish. Actually they claim, “A 7th day adventist which is a type of Jew”

    That’s not accurate but it’s not entirely inaccurate, either. Since 7DAs legalistically believe (according to their foundress) that anyone who worships on Sunday has accepted accepted the mark of the beast, and that consistent sabbath observance is crucial to salvation, it is fair and accurate to call them Judaized gentiles.

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