News links for Oct. 25 2013 – 1

1. Canadian Muslims Protest ‘Honor Killing’ Label as Racist.

Actually I am sort of with them on this issue. I also think ‘honour killing’ is the wrong term. It would be more accurate to say, ‘Islamicly sanctioned killing of a woman or a child’ as sharia law states quite clearly in Reliance of the traveller that a muslim has the right to murder a child or a grandchild if they dishonour Islam in some way. Remember what the Shafia father said? “She has dishonoured Islam” etc. etc. ad-nauseum.

2.‘Muslim Brotherhood – Get out of Australia’ protest report

Last Saturday’s ‘Muslim Brotherhood – Get out of Australia’ rally was a great success with a large crowd congregating at Abel Reserve, Revesby calling on the federal government to ban the primitive and barbaric Muslim Brotherhood in Australia.

3. Iran gives Christians 80 lashes for communion wine as UN blasts human rights record

Four Iranian Christians were reportedly sentenced to 80 lashes for drinking wine for communion, a shocking punishment meted out even as a new United Nations report blasted the Islamic republic for its systematic persecution of non-Muslims.

4.  Nigel Farage on EU determining British immigration

5. ‘Islam-leaning UK politicians openly forecast complete takeover of British politics’ – ex-EDL leader Tommy Robinson

Thank you Snaphanen, Fjordman, M, and all!

About Eeyore

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

17 Replies to “News links for Oct. 25 2013 – 1”

  1. Car bomb kills at least 20 at mosque near Damascus

    The car exploded while the terrorists were packing it with explosives near the Osama Bin Zeid mosque. Terrorists and civilians were killed, Syria’s state news agency reported

    The town is under rebel control, but troops loyal to the regime of President Bashar al-Assad were positioned right outside it, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

    “At least three of the dead were children,” said Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman.

    State news agency SANA also reported the blast, and blamed “terrorists,” the term the Assad regime uses for forces fighting to oust it.

    “The car exploded while the terrorists were packing it with explosives near the Osama Bin Zeid mosque. Terrorists and civilians were killed,” said the agency.

    http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/2/8/84760/World/Region/UPDATECar-bomb-kills-at-least–at-mosque-near-Dama.aspx

  2. Nigerian army ‘kills dozens’ of Boko Haram suspects (BBC, Oct 25, 2013)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-24672632
    “The Nigerian army says it has killed 74 suspected Boko Haram militants in a raid in north-eastern Borno state.

    The raid involved “ground and aerial assault” and “led to the destruction of the identified terrorist camps,” said army spokesman Lt Mohammed Dole.

    North-eastern Nigeria is the focus of an insurgency waged by Boko Haram in its bid to create an Islamic state.

    The area has been placed under a state of emergency as the army tries to crush the group…”

  3. 11 hostages seized at German fast-food restaurant (NBC, Oct 25, 2013)
    http://nbcnews.to/1aJIItj
    “Eleven people were held hostage for about 14 hours in a fast-food restaurant before the suspect, who is also the manager of the establishment, was captured early Friday, police said.

    The 36-year-old man barricaded himself in an eatery in Freiburg, Germany, on Thursday night. He was armed and had cans of flammable liquids and threatened to blow himself up, police said.

    The people holed-up inside with him were family members and acquaintances, according to police. They included children … A Freiburg police spokesman said the suspect, a father of five, was of Kurdish origin and had a criminal record. He first immigrated to Germany in 1996.

    According to a news release, the man was well known to local police for previous violations, including possession of weapons and explosives, blackmail and physical brutality. He was arrested in 2011 and 2012, both times for possession of a sharp weapon, police said, adding that the man was currently wanted by authorities over narcotics violations.

    Authorities said the man had missed a court date last week and likely feared the consequences…”

  4. 5/ “It has to be interpretation, because you know what took place during the Crusades in Middle Ages wasn’t propagated in Bible either, so it has to be (combing lock back behind ear) a question of interpreting things the right way. But anyways –”

    Good grief, that gets old. Sophie&Co should spend a year in a burka.

    Anders Breivik, neo-Nazi, fascism fascism fascism. Tommy found a way through the minefield. Many facts at his fingertips.

    He should begin insisting on “Thomas.” They all get away with that condescending use of the diminutive. “Tommy – Tommy –”

  5. Hard to insist on the formal ‘Thomas’ when it isnt your real name, and Tommy Robinson was a famous football hooligan who would have scoffed at being called Thomas I would wager.

    Maybe he should insist on Stephen as his name is actually Stephen Lennon. Mr. Lennon would work as well.

  6. Speak slowly, Tommy!!

    He needs a speech coach to be effective on video. Dialect is part of it — but that’s cute, that’s Tommy. But there’s more to it. Breathe occasionally, stop machine-gun delivery, ennunciate, etc.

    Can you say something to someone, Eeyore?

  7. Tommy is playing the game. Deep down I do not think he means every word he is saying. It is for the purpose of netting Joe public at large. Unless there is a dramatic stop to immigration within the next three years and the banning of foreign money funding the mosques,this ain’t gonna end well.
    Keep fit and be prepared to stand and fight or to have an exit plan.

  8. P.s. I will be voting UKIP but Farage needs to get some bigger balls and start talking more on third world immigration. While the prospect of Romanian and Bulgarian immigration is not a red herring, it distracts from the real issue most people are bothered about and that is immigration from tnorth Africa and the middle east.

  9. 5. The crusades comment from that announcer was pathetically ignorant but over all that interview was very well done. Tommy is getting his message out very well now I think

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