News links for Oct. 5 2013 – 1

1. Muslim group behind Kenya mall jihad mass murders uses Qur’an and Hadith to justify their actions

2. British Education: Creeping Sharia

Many Muslim groups…have been marketing themselves as “inter-faith” schools in an effort to qualify for [free school] government funding. More then 80 free schools — at least a dozen of which are catering specifically to Muslim students — are currently operating in Britain and another 200 are in the planning stage.

3. Meanwhile, at a subway station near the centre of Paris, the police try to do their job. But what happens when people who hold the law in contempt outnumber people who believe in a cooperative civilization? (Oz-rita may provide details in the comments)

4. Three intellectuals discuss Syria and fluid dynamics on middle eastern TV. (short clip)

5. ASYLUM-SEEKERS have asked doctors for breast enlargements, IVF treatment and botox, according to the former director of medical health services for Australia’s offshore asylum processing network.


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14 Replies to “News links for Oct. 5 2013 – 1”

  1. #3:

    This video needs no translation, it’s pretty self-explanatory. The Gare du Nord, one of the main Railway Stations of Paris is pretty close to the centre of the city; it has become a very frightening place. The very least you can expect, should you go there is to have pick-pockets relieving you of valuables you might have on you. I got lost there recently and was absolutely terrified.

    In this video, the railway police were arresting someone (the majority of blacks in Paris are muslim by the way) for either theft or fare invasion, and that’s how this ‘ethnic group’ react – because, in France they call the shots. The Minister of Justice, Christine Taubira (the most objectionable creature ever) hates the French and France, (she was not born in France) and would without any doubt be on the side of the law-braking vermin. Appointing this woman to the powerful position of Minister of Justice, simply because she is from the former colonies, she is black, she is of extreme Left, and has a tree on her shoulder rather than a chip, was a criminal act against the French people, in my not-so-humble opinion!

    Resistance Republicaine, a brave French counter-jihad blog posted this with comments here:

    Partial translation of their comments:

    “…Hoodlums against Railway police at the Gare du Nord , Paris France.

    Scenes like this one (in the video) multiply, everywhere, and this is frightening. When will a government who deserves to be in power, finally take the measures necessary to stop them imposing “their law” of violence, intimidation and their group strength.

    I think of the police who live in this hell, every day. They have not signed up for that. “

  2. Paris is now a dump.Brussels is like north Africa. Munich in places is not German. London is not London. ( check out the Edgeware rd.)The beaches of Spain are harassed with Africans.Majorca was remarkably clear but I don’t know how long it will be till the churches are told to take down the paintings of James II conquering the Moore’s.Watch the segregation of major events in Britain. Football matches are watched by whites as is the proms. The cricket has more Pakistanis watching it than Brits when the Pakistan team is in town.Where is the intergration that the politicians say exists in London during the queens jubilee. The people watching it were 99% white when london is only 45% native.
    I am beginning to think I am one of only a few people who can see this fragmentation of western culture.

  3. Kenya’s military spokesman names attackers

    NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — A military spokesman on Saturday confirmed the names of the four fighters implicated in the attack on the upscale Westgate Mall in Kenya’s capital last month, an assault that turned into a four-day-long siege, killing at least 67 people.

    Major Emmanuel Chirchir said the attackers were Abu Baara al-Sudani, Omar Nabhan, Khattab al-Kene and Umayr, names that were first broadcast by a local Kenyan television station. “I confirm those are the names of the terrorist,” he said, in an email message sent to The Associated Press.

    The identities of the men come as a private television station in Nairobi obtained and broadcast the CCTV footage from the Nairobi mall. The footage shows no more than four attackers. They are seen calmly walking through a storeroom inside the complex, holding machine guns. One of the men’s pant legs appears to be stained with blood, though he is not limping, and it is unclear if the blood is his, or that of his victims’.

    The footage contradicts earlier government statements which indicated that between 10 to 15 attackers were involved in the Sept. 21 attack

  4. Libyan gunmen kill 15 soldiers (BBC, Oct 5, 2013)
    “Gunmen have attacked a military checkpoint south-east of the Libyan capital Tripoli killing 15 soldiers, the authorities say.

    A military official said the attack was near Bani Walid, a stronghold in 2011 of supporters of former leader, Muammar Gaddafi.

    Several more soldiers were injured in the incident.

    It is not clear who carried out the attack, but the government has struggled to control armed groups…”

  5. Morocco teens held for kissing photo on Facebook (BBC, Oct 5, 2013)
    “A Moroccan teenage boy and girl have been arrested for posting an online photograph of themselves kissing.

    The couple – aged 14 and 15 – had their picture taken by a friend outside their school in the north-eastern town of Nador and posted it on Facebook.

    They were held for violating public decency after a local newspaper printed the photo. The couple are due appear before a juvenile court next week.

    A campaign to post a million copycat photos was later launched in protest.”

  6. Christian nun, Mother Agnes Mariam, who heads the convent of St. Jacob in the Damascus countryside, has collected evidence of fabrication based on the 13 videos that the US administration used to blame the chemical attacks in Eastern Ghouta on August 21, 2013 on the Syrian government. This evidence is discussed with al-Jadeed TV in Lebanon, as it relates to the unusually large number of parentless and unknown children that were victims of the attack in conjunction with the shifting of locations where the suffocating children were filmed within a short period of time.

  7. It’s really easy to learn practical, contemporary Arabic just watching TV. This method of modern language acquisition, known simply as “Aural :: Oral” – listen :: repeat – is vastly convoluted by Noam Chomsky in disquisitions on “generative” or “transformational” grammar.

    It just so happens we can use our new lexicon to describe the Professor himself:
    Scum… son of scum… born of Israeli semen… boy’s boy…

  8. U.S. Says Navy SEALs Stage Raid on Somali Militants

    NAIROBI, Kenya — A Navy SEAL team targeted a senior leader of the Shabab militant group in a raid on his seaside villa in the Somali town of Baraawe on Saturday, American officials said, in response to a deadly attack on a Nairobi shopping mall for which the group had claimed responsibility.

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  9. TRIPOLI – LIBYA _ Man Sought in ’98 Attacks on Embassies Is Seized

    CAIRO — A man suspected of being a leader of Al Qaeda and having a role in planning the bombings of the United States Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998 was seized from the streets of Tripoli on Saturday by a team of armed men, officials familiar with the situation said.

    The suspect, born Nazih Abd al Hamid al-Ruqhay and known by his nom de guerre Abu Anas el-Liby, has been high on the list of the United States government’s most-wanted fugitives since at least 2000, when a New York court indicted him for his part in planning the embassy attacks. The F.B.I. had offered a bounty of up to $5 million for information leading to his capture.

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  10. Iraq celebrates yet another Blow Up A Shia Day!

    Iraq violence: Attack kills dozens of Shia pilgrims (BBC, Oct 5, 2013)
    “An attack on Shia pilgrims in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, has left at least 51 people dead and more than 100 injured, an interior ministry official says. The attack in Adhamiyah district came as pilgrims walked to a Shia shrine and followed a day of violence elsewhere. In the mainly Shia town of Balad a suicide bomber killed at least 12 people in a cafe, while in Mosul gunmen shot dead two journalists….”

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