News links for Sept. 29 2013 – 2

1. More footage from Peshawar Pakistan car bomb at police station. (The person at 1:22 in this video is a moron. There is no problem anywhere in the world with religious extremism. The problem is with Islam, its dogma and actions stemming from that dogma)

2. Bill Warner: Separating the Kafirs from the Muslims (This, like most of Mr. Warner’s work, really needs to be read by all especially policy makers. This explains things that need to be understood)

Why did they ask the Muslims to leave and keep the Kafirs and start killing them?  Let’s start with the word “terrorists.”  Members of al Shabaab are not terrorists; they are jihadists, or mujahedeen.  That is what they call themselves.

3. Al-Qeada trusted journalist describes the 7 stages planned for global dominance. This article is from 2005 so it is interesting to see if indeed Al-Qaeda and related groups have acted according to this blueprint. Much of it by the way has been detailed by Stephen Coughlin in his various briefs as posted at this site. As the first four steps have already passed their estimated dates for accomplishment, you judge if there is any merit to this plan and if the other stages have predictive value.

4. More links on the Nigerian students shot in their sleep by muslims obeying their religious duty.

4a. BBC

4b. CNN

5. Farsi-speaking Christians Banned from Entering Latin Catholic Church in Tehran

Mohabat News – As of Sunday, August 18, 2013, Iranian security authorities prohibited Farsi-speaking Christians and those who have not been baptized, from attending St. Abraham Latin Catholic Church in Tehran.

6. Iran hacks Navy site as Obama negotiates with Tehran


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4 Replies to “News links for Sept. 29 2013 – 2”

  1. Sectarian tensions flare in Myanmar town

    Tension was high in a northwestern Myanmar town late Sunday after Buddhist mobs torched two homes belonging to Muslims and security forces were placed on high alert.

    Win Myaing, a government spokesman in the restive state of Rakhine, said the trouble started in the coastal town of Thandwe on Saturday after a Buddhist taxi driver told police he had been verbally abused by a Muslim small business owner while trying to park in front of his shop.

    Police took the Muslim man in for questioning. But when he was released soon after, people became angry and started throwing stones at his home.

    Myaing said at least two houses had been burned down by Sunday night. Security forces were trying to restore order.

  2. Assad says Syria will respect U.N. chemical weapons accords: Italian TV

    ROME (Reuters) – Syria will respect United Nations accords on chemical weapons, President Bashar al-Assad told Italian television station RaiNews24 on Sunday.

    “We joined the international agreement against the acquisition and use of chemical weapons even before this resolution was passed,” he said when asked if Syria would comply with Friday’s U.N. resolution.

    The U.N. Security Council adopted a resolution on Friday that demands the eradication of Syria’s chemical weapons but does not threaten automatic punitive action against Assad’s government if it does not comply.

    “The central part of it is based on what we ourselves wanted. So it is not about a resolution, in reality it is our own intention,” he said, according to the Italian translation of his remarks.

    “In 2003, the U.N. Security Council proposed liberating this entire region from these arms and declaring the Middle East a region free of chemical weapons. So it is obvious, we have to respect these conditions, it is part of our history,” he said. “We have to respect all treaties we sign.”

    The U.S.-Russia deal averted punitive U.S. military action against Assad’s government, which Washington blamed for the August 21 sarin nerve gas attack on a Damascus suburb that killed hundreds. The Syrian government and its ally Russia blamed anti-government rebels for the attack.

    Video in English :

  3. A Bin Laden-themed Halloween costume is ‘insulting’, says Sikh community and forces Walmart to remove it from website

    The Sikh Coalition sent a letter on Friday telling the retailer the costume is offensive to 9/11 victims

    The costume resembles the al Qaeda leader, Osama Bin Laden

    According to the Sikhs, this will perpetuate negative stereotypes about turbans and beards

  4. #5 Since there are a large number or reports that people in Iran are leaving Islam and becoming Christian we can expect a lot more attacks on Christianity.

    #6 Expect more cyber attacks, cyber war is a major part of modern war.

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