Lord Tebbit has challenged the founder of an anti-Islamophobia monitoring group to prove the group adheres to far-right principles, and says calling the group “right-wing” is an attempt to smear mainstream conservatives.
A train ran over a group of Hindu pilgrims at a crowded station in eastern India early Monday, killing at least 37 people. A mob infuriated by the deaths beat the driver severely and set fire to coaches, officials said.
3. Adam Gadahn, al Qaeda’s U.S.-born spokesman, calls for attacks on U.S. diplomats Another article on the same subject here at The Blaze
(As I have said before. This is one of the strangest trials in world history where the prosecution is going to try and prove by any means possible that the perp is innocent of the crime and if guilty, not by his own reasoning. Sort of a legal, ‘clay-pot’ logical fallacy, while the defense will try and prove that the accused indeed did do it and for exactly the reasons he said at the time and steadily since and for which there is an abundance of evidence. Welcome to the end of reason)