Links and news for Aug 27 2013 – 4

1.Destroyers Syria: U.S. warships stationed off coast (Video)

(H/T CB Sashenka)

2. Hezbollah moves into south Lebanon villages (Feb 2 2013)

Analysis: Terror group storing rockets in private homes it sold to poor Shiite families at bargain prices

3. Iranian Authorities Arrest Three Christians in Karaj

Security authorities arrested three Christians, two of whom are Farsi-speaking, in an arbitrary move without mentioning any charges for their arrest. The unreasonable arrest of these Christian men and an increase in condemnation of Christians by the Iranian judicial authorities all point to a deteriorating situation for the Iranian Christian community.

4. Germany’s new anti-euro AfD party causes political stir

Its openly anti-euro message has prompted a debate in the governing Christian Democrat (CDU) party, for example – is silence the best policy or should the party’s pro-Deutschmark message be addressed head-on?

5. BBC News uses ‘Iraq photo to illustrate Syrian massacre

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4 Replies to “Links and news for Aug 27 2013 – 4”

  1. Too little, too late. Even the motive may be a “scapegoatishly” dubious one…

    Tunisia declares Ansar al-Sharia a terrorist group (BBC, Aug 27, 2013)
    “Tunisia has designated the hardline Salafist Ansar al-Sharia movement a “terrorist group”, blaming it for the killing of two secular politicians.

    PM Ali Larayedh said he had proof it was behind the killings of Chokri Belaid and Mohamed Brahmi, which plunged Tunisia into political turmoil.

    “Anyone belonging to it must face judicial consequences,” he added.

    The group, which emerged after the 2011 revolution, seeks the implementation of Islamic Sharia law across Tunisia….”

  2. Missed out one “yesterday?” No problem! There is always another bloody day over in Iraq…

    Baghdad hit by new wave of deadly bomb attacks (BBC, Aug 28, 2013)
    “A series of co-ordinated bombings in the Iraqi capital Baghdad has killed at least 44 people and wounded dozens more, police and medical sources say.

    The bombs targeted mainly Shia neighbourhoods during the rush hour.

    Several blasts in the northern district of Kadhimiya killed at least five people and wounded many others, according to reports.

    Violence has increased in Iraq in recent months amid heightened tensions between Sunni and Shia Muslims.

    The deadliest explosion on Wednesday was reported to be in Jisr Diyala in south-eastern Baghdad, where a car bomb killed at least seven people. A northern suburb or Sadr City was also attacked.

    Sunnis say they are being marginalised by Prime Minister Nouri Maliki’s Shia-led government…”

  3. Sadr City is Shia. So unless it was a false flag operation (which is not needed since Al Qaeda cannot refrain from messing with Shia for any great length of time), then Sadr is getting paid for messing with the U.S.

    Ayatollah Sadr, the Iranian stooge, had his militia harass U.S. troops driving up the body count. This certainly help the left in the U.S. to elect a leftist president and pell mell leave Iraq in great haste. And with the U.S. military went the stability that Iraq had.

    Before the U.S. attacked there was peace also. the Sunni had peace and the Kurds and the Shia had the peace of the mass grave. So leftards are right. There was peace in Iraq before, we toppled Sadam Hussein.

    I saw multiple people get awards exhuming the bodies of Shia victims of Sadam so the Shia in southern Iraq could give their dead relatives a proper Muslim burial. these were victims of the 1991 uprising.

    Now tards like Samantha Powers can talk about protecting people and give it a name like R2P. But when Bush I pushed Sadam out of Kuwait the left was all over him (Especially the Lion of the Senate, Teddy Kennedy).

    There is no R2P when there is a Republican president. In that instance the whole reason for existing of the Democrat party establishment is to break the Republican party if they try.

    Case in Point Vietnam.

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