Links and news for Aug 13 2013 – 1

1. Fla. terrorism suspect, Shelton Thomas Bell, pleads not guilty

(I wonder why they don’t give his Tard name? Cause you know he has one)

2. Gas line explodes in Illinois Aug 13 

The cause of the explosion, which took place 11:30 p.m. CDT Monday, was not immediately determined, and fire crews were waiting until daylight to investigate and repair the line, WHBF-TV, Moline, reported.


3. Toronto Masjid does prison Dawa. (Please take the time to read this one through at BCF)

Here’s a letter from a Muslim prisoner happy to have been converted to the joys of Salafism. Lots more to read here.

4. Copenhagen Police have been secretly investigating controversial preacher Abu Ahmed,

his Quba mosque in Amager and the charitable organisation Hjælp4Syrien. The investigation is centred on allegations that Ahmed and his associates have encouraged people to travel to Syria to take part in the civil war there and that monies collected under the guise of charitable donations are being used to fund terrorism.

5. Newlywed bride, 27, found hanged in Gambia after rowing with her African husband (Mohamed), 29, who discovered he was infertile due to his ‘unhealthy lifestyle’

A bride who joked about her new husband ‘breaking her legs’ was found dead at their home after he found out he was infertile.

Simone Jabakhanji, 27, from Leyland in Lancashire had been rowing with her businessman husband Mohammed, 29, after he was given the devastating news by doctors, an inquest into her death was told.

6. More on the dueling book reviews, this one by Andrew Bostom. 

7. Egyptian schoolgirl, 10, gunned down as she walked home from bible study class

Jessi Boulus died from the single shot to the chest as she made her way through the streets of Cairo on Tuesday.

Her death is yet another example of rising tensions against Christians in the country after supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood started to target Egypt’s Christian minority, holding them partly responsible for his removal.

More from the BBC here

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

4 Replies to “Links and news for Aug 13 2013 – 1”

  1. There’s always a bit of filthy news about the Lala people. Barbarians always make for a good read. I cringe when the do-gooders in my region try to highlight the islamics & “how interesting they are because they’re different”. Sooner or later, an islamic will stab you in the back. Without fail.

  2. #1
    For all the times they shout “racist!” at the slightest criticism of Islam, how many times does it need to be said that Islam is not a race? That guy in the picture, Thomas Bell, is as white as any of the kids I grew up with and I hate him just as much as his brown-skinned brethren. Jihadis are an awful lot like zombies or bodysnatchers and I make no differentiation on which one is more dangerous than the other. The invasion we are experiencing at this time is as wild and wacky as anything ever depicted in science fiction or fantasy – your little brother really could get up one day and chop your head off if he gets converted on the internet. Just honestly say out loud, “There is no God but Allah, and Mohammed is his messenger”, and you’re a Muslim. Bingo! There is no need to join up or get the secret decoder ring – and you don’t need to get specific instructions from al-Qaeda headquarters in order to know that you’re supposed to blow things up and kill infidels…

  3. #7

    Calling Code Pink. Calling Code Pink. Calling any liberal women’s group. Oh wait is is the left … a bunch of lying bastards.

    For a while around 1999 the left criticized the Taliban. It would be too much to expect the left to criticize the killing of young girls or Christians or young Christian girls. They have not done so when it happened in the Aceh province of Indonesia in the 1990s and 2000s. why should they do it now? Maybe when they criticized the Taliban they were not of sound mind. maybe they were under the weather with the flu or something?

  4. Investigating one Muslim at a time, then arresting and prosecuting him, is not the answer.

    Sooner or later we have to apply blanket procedures. This will come about when the “War on Terror” is brought “home”. Its already here, but we have to start waging it, and do so till the enemy has retreated to behind his own lines.

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