News links for Sept 20 2013 – 1

1. Scores dead in Nigeria after Boko Haram ‘ambush’ in Borno

At least 87 people have been killed in an attack by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria’s north-eastern Borno state, according to local officials.

Disguised in military uniforms, the militants set up checkpoints outside the town of Benisheik and shot dead those trying to flee, witnesses said.

2. Hoisting Flag in Mosque Angers Uighur Muslims 

XINJIANG – Adding more pressures on Uighur Muslims, Chinese authorities have placed China’s flag at the head of a mosque in western China, a move denounced by activists as an attempt to get unwavering allegiance to Beijing ahead of their faith. More links here and here

3. Chaffetz: Unacceptable Al Jazeera Got Benghazi Report Before Congress

At a Thursday House Oversight and Government Reform hearing on Benghazi, Chaffetz asked Mark Sullivan, the chairman of the Independent Panel of Best Practices, how lawmakers in Congress could have learned about the report on Al Jazeera.

4. US-Russia Deal Silent on Syria’s Germ Warfare Capabilities

(CNSNews.com) – The Obama administration says it is concerned about the Assad regime’s biological weapon capabilities, but they are not covered by the chemical weapons framework agreement negotiated by the U.S. and Russia in Geneva.

5. Syria: Army ends Maaloula standoff at opposition-held monastery

Here they say that they were killed by Hezbollah – but dont’s say where exactly

Thank you Wrath of Khan, M, Richard and all who sent in material.

About Eeyore

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

16 Replies to “News links for Sept 20 2013 – 1”

  1. Very good! I dont think Assad is a saint, neither do I think his regime is the future for Syria, BUT the sunni-jihadist killers should never be allowed to win and take over the country. The western support for them is a crime against humanity!

  2. Take another look at the young Christian girls in the first video. They are relaxed, as well as charming – young girls we can recognize. That is what a culture does. The little boy is relaxed and happy.

    I wonder if they would be so relaxed and happy, if the Jihadis we are still supporting, had taken over Maaloula. For a start, they would be lying on the street with their throats slit. Of course , it goes without saying, that this would be nothing to do with Islam.

  3. Re: 2. Hoisting Flag in Mosque Angers Uighur Muslims

    1. Activists – on closer examination are simply Muslims pretending to be secular human rights activists.

    2. Uighurs demand that they are given more protection, and Beijing improve their economic position.

    From which I gather, Muslims everywhere demand special rights for Muslims. They are poor, as they are indolent.

    The problem remains Beijing and for everyone else, that as Muslims are given special rights, and government gives them more money and economic privileges, all it does is to make them even more fanatic and obstinate.

  4. #2 China is preparing for pogroms.

    They are counting numbers. So they gave signals they are changing their birth control policy.

    They are provoking the Uighurs. Unlike the ethnic majority, China has not limited family size of then Uighurs. China has made sure that ethnic Uighurs and Hui had beef and not pork for along long time. There was a small Muslim Khanate within the borders of China (NE part of Xinjiang). It was dissolved during the Warlord period. It was a point of pride. Trouble started afterwards. Well more trouble. Looking at Xinjiang in the 1920s and 1930s one needs a very, very, large scorecard.

    P.S. The Soviet Union did use poison gas bombs during the Invasion of Xinjiang. but the left still lives the good ole USSR.

    As Obama dithers more & weakens the U.S. i expect the ruling clique to take more action in Xinjiang.

  5. #5 Yes, it looks like a fort. But actually it is a barrel and those inside are fish. The high walls and gate are to keep out small riots or thieves until police can come. They are not meant to use the place as a fort. There is no parapet. A wall without a parapet is more akin to a barrel. In warfare you need to dance. You cannot dance in a barrel.

    So these jihadis made their stand in a barrel and Darwin ruled.

  6. Yemen experiencing applied jihad. Again? More like an applied jihad continuum.

    Militants attack military, police installations, kill 26 in south Yemen (CNN, Sept, 20, 2013)
    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/09/20/world/meast/yemen-police-killed/index.html
    “Militants killed 18 soldiers and eight police officers in south Yemen Friday morning, security officials said. The attacks targeted installations in Shabwa province on Friday morning, the officials said. They said the attackers used car bombs and heavy artillery. There was no immediate claim of responsibility but officials at the Defense Ministry and in Shabwa said think al Qaeda was behind the…”

  7. Haram turds calling again! This time directly from the capital city! (So it seems.)

    Nigeria’s ‘Boko Haram’: Abuja sees security forces targeted (BBC, Sept 20, 2013)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-24178048
    “A cell of suspected Islamist militants has opened fire on security forces in Nigeria’s capital Abuja, say officials.

    The clash occurred at about 03:00 local time after a tip off about the location of a suspected Boko Haram weapons cache, Nigeria’s spy agency said.

    The State Security Service did not give any details about casualties. A witness told the BBC he saw nine bodies.

    Boko Haram is most active in north-eastern Nigeria, where a state of emergency was imposed in May.

    If confirmed, it would be the first time Boko Haram has staged an attack in Abuja this year…”

  8. Good things come in threes? I dont know. Maybe bad things come in threes. After Yemen and Nigeria, jihadi slaughter is being reported from Afghanistan one more time.

    Afghanistan militants kill 18 police in Badakhshan (BBC, Sept 20, 2013)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-24177870
    “At least 18 Afghan police officers have been killed and 13 wounded in a Taliban ambush in northern Badakhshan province, the interior ministry says.

    The police were in Wardooj district and on their way back to the provincial capital after an anti-insurgent operation when they came under attack.

    Although the mountainous north-east is relatively peaceful, Wardooj district has become increasingly volatile…”

  9. Explosion Hits Sunni Mosque in Iraq, Killing 18

    Two bombs hidden inside air conditioners exploded Friday in a Sunni mosque packed with worshippers north of Baghdad, killing at least 18 people in the latest in a string of attacks on the sect’s holy sites in Iraq.

    Friday’s attack took place on the outskirts of the city of Samarra. The deputy head of the municipal council there, Mizhar Fleih, said bombs were placed inside two of the Musaab Bin Omair mosque’s wall-mounted air-conditioning units. In addition to the 18 killed, the explosions also wounded 21 people, he said.

    http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/explosion-hits-sunni-mosque-iraq-killing-18-20317732

  10. Egypt returns $2 billion to Qatar in sign of growing tensions

    Relations between both Arab states Egypt and Qatar are souring in the wake of crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood

    Qatar condemned last month’s attack by Egyptian security forces on Muslim Brotherhood supporters camps in Cairo in which hundreds were killed and has asked for the release of jailed Muslim Brotherhood leaders. At least 2,000 Islamist activists, mostly from the Brotherhood, have been arrested in the past two months.

    Egypt called Qatar’s pro-Morsi comments clear interference in its affairs. Local media accused Qatar of seeking to take over Egypt’s historic regional leadership role.

    Egyptian authorities have closed the Cairo offices of Qatar’s Al Jazeera news channel, accusing it of siding with Morsi, and two Al Jazeera journalists have been detained for over a month.

    http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/3/12/82072/Business/Economy/Egypt-returns–billion-to-Qatar-in-sign-of-growing.aspx

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