Links and news for July 26 2013 – 2

1. With little argument, House limits U.S. military involvement in Syria, Egypt

2. Canada: Feds threatening to revoke charity status of Islamic Society of North America over concerns that it sent money to jihad terrorists. (Please note that it was a central figure of ISNA that was at the White House dinner in a video posted below)

3. As Western forces prepare to leave Afghanistan, women kill themselves rather than return to Taliban like control.

4. Mark Steyn: The Huma Unmentionables.  (Remember when a major government scandal was some guy tapping his foot in a public bathroom? And that was fodder for months. And now…)

5. Public park in LA shut down due to a squirrel contaminated with The Plague (This cannot possibly have anything to do with this old Al-Qaeda bust can it? Good thing a routine check for plague infested squirrels caught it!)

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

7 Replies to “Links and news for July 26 2013 – 2”

  1. #1 I hope the Senate will follow up on this.

    #2 Don’t just threaten, follow through.

    #3 The libs should learn from this, they won’t but they should.

    #4 If Hillary succeeds in her quest for the Presidency Huma will go to work for her in the White House.

    #5 I doubt if they are connected, the plague is endemic to the Southwest United States.

  2. Bubonic and other types of plague can be found in other American rodents, like groundhogs and prairie dogs. Occasional ‘outbreaks’ have been limited to infecting single individuals in the past. Nothing unusual. Way too early for conspiracy theories.

  3. Why conspiracy theories… Its Ramadan/Bombathon. Its Islamic revivalism… There is nothing new under the sun here. 😉

    Egypt judge orders Morsy jailed; rival rallies leave 5 dead, 72 injured (CNN, July 26, 2013)
    “Deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy has been ordered jailed for 15 days over accusations of collaborating with Hamas to get himself and other Muslim Brotherhood members released from prison in 2011 and of attacking police stations, Egyptian media reported Friday.

    The news came as large anti-Morsy and pro-Morsy protests were carried out across Egypt with sometimes deadly results. At least five people were killed and 72 injured in clashes in the port city of Alexandria, the state-run Middle East News Agency reported, citing security sources…”

  4. When one bombing a day is not enough… Bombathon delivers the magic!

    Pakistan violence: Deadly bombings in Parachinar market (BBC, July 26, 2013)
    At least 39 people have been killed after two bombs exploded in a market in northern Pakistan, reports say.

    The explosions took place in Parachinar, the main town of the Kurram tribal region, near the Afghan border.

    The two blasts occurred close to two different mosques in the town, according to Reuters news agency.

    More than 100 people have been injured. The area was thronged with evening shoppers, buying food for the breaking of the Ramadan fast…”

  5. #3 “Mazar-e-Sharif Suicides: Poisonous Freedom for Afghan Women”

    From 1998 to 2001 many feminist groups had the temerity to criticize the Taliban’s treatment of women. I have not heard anything since then.

    I guess it is all about having a fashionable cause to show you care. After 2001 it was more chic to criticize Bush, Cheney and going to war than to Taliban treatment of women.

    Bunch of freaking progressive hypocrites

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