News links for Oct 31 2013 – 1

1. Hit-And-Run Revenge Driver Jailed For 20 Years

  Aqab Hussain was convicted of four counts of attempted murder by a jury at Manchester Crown Court at an earlier hearing.

CCTV footage captured the 21-year-old ploughing down the men after “horseplay” over a baseball cap led to a fight outside a club in Manchester city centre. (CCTV video at link)

2. Taliban hung the limbs of our friends from trees, says Marine accused of killing captive

Three Royal Marines accused of executing a wounded prisoner in Afghanistan had been sickened by the Taliban hanging limbs of maimed comrades in trees as trophies, a court martial heard.

Tensions had built up before the killing after insurgents paraded the body parts of close colleagues blown up by improvised explosive devices.

3. Salafists ‘killed in rocket attack on Yemen mosque’

At least four people have been killed and several others wounded in an attack on a mosque in a Salafist-controlled town in northern Yemen, reports say.

4. I’m the first London Mayor of ‘Muslim extraction’, Boris Johnson boasts as he pleads for Arab investment in the capital

5. Douglas Murray: Are we losing the war for the soul of Islam?

6. A draft constitution for the islamic state to be formed in muslim areas around the world should be understood by any people still unsure of the nature of islam in their midst.

Article 62 on Jihad is interesting.

Jihad is a compulsory duty (farD) on all Muslims. Military training is therefore compulsory. Thus, every male Muslim, fifteen years and over, is obliged to undergo military training in readiness for jihad. Conscription, however, is farD kifaayah.

Copy paste this link to see the entire constitution:

7. Celine Dion endorsees Quebec’s new charter of values. (It is very rare and also very brave for celebrities to take on positions which are unfashionable)


Thanks UK Pete, Wrath of Khan, Softly Bob, and all who sent links in.

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3 Replies to “News links for Oct 31 2013 – 1”

  1. Two U.S. commandos fought in Benghazi rescue, privately honored for valor

    Masked from public view, two of the U.S. military’s elite special operations commandos have been awarded medals for bravery for a mission that further undercuts the Obama administration’s original story about the Benghazi tragedy.

    For months, administration officials have claimed no special operations forces were dispatched from outside Libya to Benghazi during the Sept. 11, 2012, al Qaeda terrorist attacks on the U.S. diplomatic mission and CIA annex because none was within range.

    […]sources directly familiar with the attack tell The Washington Times that b>a unit of eight special operators — mostly Delta Force and Green Beret members — were in Tripoli the night of the attack, on a counterterrorism mission that involved capturing weapons and wanted terrorists from the streets and helping train Libyan forces.

    […]The revelation that some special operations forces did make it to Benghazi the night of the attack is the latest to undermine a carefully crafted story line put out by the president and his aides in the weeks leading into the 2012 election. The administration has since acknowledged that parts of that story line were misleading.

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