News links for Sept. 8 2013 – 3

1. FOX reminds us of the honesty track record of the people who want to convince us to go to war with Syria.

2. Bride, 8, dies of injuries on wedding night in Yemen

Manama: Kuwaitis have called for stringent action against a family in Yemen after their eight-year-old daughter died of internal injuries on the first night of her arranged marriage to a man more than five times her age.

3. German Islamists increasingly going to Syria

A growing number of young Germans are traveling to Syria to aid the opposition, potentially getting radicalized along the way.

(Personally I don’t see the problem with this as long as they don’t come back)

4. “I think the term you are looking for is ‘gobsmacked'” H/T Don L

5. “Is there a Muslim out there on Facebook, who after watching this CNN report still blames the US, Jews & Hindus for the cesspool we Muslim have become? Watch and weep till you can’t weep anymore.” –Tarek Fatah

 

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11 Replies to “News links for Sept. 8 2013 – 3”

  1. #2 Well I guess getting married at 8 is too old. Look at what happened. I guess the intelligent and learned Imans will decree that the marriage age is 3 with women no older than 5 getting married.

    Seriously, Imans say that girls can get married when they can bear the weight of a man, which they say is 8 or 9.

    So did these Imans had a doctorate of medicine?

    Oh wait no they did not, because they think that everything they need to know is contained in the Koran.

    Seriously, I do not think the bridegroom is as culpable as the the Imans that blessed this union or preach that marrying an 8 year old is legal. That is not to say he is not culpable. but the Imans are more established, had more time to think about this and promote this. they are more culpable.

    This did not happen in Saudi Arabia. but in Saudi Arabia they lie about their census figures. Also at the UN countries exert censorship through their nationals to squash health statistics that make their country look bad. No doubt that Yemen and other Muslim countries will bury these statistics.

  2. #1
    I just saw this on Fox. Unfortunately, none of the nicer more educated people will ever see this clip because they don’t watch Fox News, but the judge absolutely spanks Obama so hard he won’t be able to sit down for a week. The thing is, she’s right. Obama is a fucking disgrace, but I’ll bet if you did a poll right now and asked the average American about Obama’s track record on foreign affairs, they would say that he was doing a good job. That is how utterly fooled the American public is by their treacherous media. The poor fools don’t even know they are living in North Korea. They still think America is some bastion of freedom or something. Yeah, right…

  3. Is this supposed to be funny or what? Saudi says. Kerry is jumping.

    Kerry: Saudi Arabia OK with international military strike on Syria (CNN, Sept 8, 2013)
    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/09/08/politics/syria-kerry-meeting/index.htm
    “U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that Saudi Arabia will support military intervention in Syria by the United States and its partners. “They have supported the strike and they support taking action,” Kerry said after a long meeting of Arab League ministers originally called to discuss the Mideast peace initiative. “They believe that it’s very important to do that.”l

  4. 5/ No matter what you say to a Muslim, there’s a good chance that they’ll accuse you of insulting the Fuckwit Mohammed whether you did or not.
    Never to get into an argument with one of these lying goons unless you’re carrying an AK-47 and willing to use it. You’d never argue with a wild animal, you’d either stay out of its way or shoot the cunt. The same goes for Muslims!

  5. Yes, Islam is an evil thing. There will be no bargaining with it and no reconciling with it, because it’s intentions are purely hostile. Islam does not seek a “win-win” solution, it seeks victory for the Muslims and obliteration for the Infidel. Muslims do not consider a “heads I win, tails you lose” solution to be unfair in any way, as long as they are the beneficiaries.

  6. #5

    2 Cases.

    The mother said what they say she said or she did not.

    1. What if she said something against Islam? So what. They treated her like she was subhuman or non human in that they would not accept anything she had touched. That was an insult against her and her religion. They set her off purposefully. Therefore they deserve what they got. or ti was not purposeful at that instant but second nature for them.

    2. It would not be too hard for 2 people to conspire.

    As an aside the worthless village Mullah said that the happiest day of his life was when Mrs. Masih was convicted. You would think the happiest day of someone’s lif is when they save someone not kill them.

  7. Unfortunately it is giong to take a large scale terror/military attack for the vast majority of people to wake up and face reality about Obama, they still think he and the left are honestly trying to protect the US and freedom.

  8. @Wrath0fKhan – working link (as of Nov 7, 2013)

    Kerry: Saudi Arabia OK with international military strike on Syria (CNN, Sept 9, 2013)
    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/09/08/politics/syria-kerry-meeting/
    “U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that Saudi Arabia will support military intervention in Syria by the United States and its partners.

    “They have supported the strike and they support taking action,” Kerry said after a long meeting of Arab League ministers originally called to discuss the Mideast peace initiative. “They believe that it’s very important to do that.”

    Kerry told reporters he had a very good side meeting with Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal, and Saudi Arabia was one of the countries to sign on to a statement condemning the reported use of chemical weapons last month by the Syrian military against rebels.

    Saudi Arabia is a diplomatic heavyweight in the Arab world but hasn’t publicly called for an international military reprisal after the incident.

    With its vast air force and bases, Saudi Arabia could offer a lot of resources to Western militaries.
    But it’s not expected to participate directly in any attack on Syria, because that would be likely to inflame a widespread Arabian Peninsula antipathy against Western military forces intruding into Arab affairs…”

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