News links for Nov 16 2013 – 2

1. More on the Buddhist protest of OIC delegation (viceroy?) visit to Burma

2. Nine pigs heads left at German mosque site. Photos and article in German here. (Will try and get translation)

3. France arrests four suspected Syria jihadists 

(Only four? they must have had a shortage of armored prisoner transport vehicles today)

France arrests four suspected Syria jihadists
© Photo: AFP

French intelligence officers have arrested four men suspected of belonging to a jihadist network sending fighters to Syria to join the rebels battling President Bashar al-Assad’s government, police sources announced on Friday.

4. US offers $10m bounty for Benghazi attackers

The US has been quietly offering as much as $10m (£6.2m) since January for information about the attack on a diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya.

The state department confirmed the reward in a letter to a Republican lawmaker who questioned them about it.

5. Dozens killed in fighting between Libyan authorities and militias

6. “Sharia: What’s Going On?” – competition winner!

The Lawyers’ Secular Society is delighted to announce the winner of its essay competition “Sharia: What’s Going On?”

The winning essay, “Sharia Law: No Place in Europe”, was written by Hellen Parra Florez who is studying for an LLM in Public International and European Law at the University of Manchester. She receives a prize of £300.

(This is well worth the read)

Thank you M, Fjordman, Nicolai Sennels, and many more who have sent in material today.

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8 Replies to “News links for Nov 16 2013 – 2”

  1. #4 The bounty is a farce. It is a PR move for the Obama (DEMOCRAT) administration to say we are taking this seriously.

    If they had taken it seriously the attack would most likely not have happened as it did or when it did.

    Further, the FBI would already have questioned people and/or arrested them. The reporters were able to find the suspect but not the FBI. What does that tell you.

  2. Blue the FBI has no authority anyplace but the US, the Islamic nations always put conditions on letting the FBI in to investigate, conditions that prevent any real investigation, this is why people who live in the real world consider terrorist attacks to be acts of war. Never fall for the lie they are crimes that the police can solve, they are acts of war to destroy Western Civilization.

  3. Only overseas, the FBI is a US police force, it has no jurisdiction outside of the US just as Israeli police have no authority outside of Israel, why people think we should let the FBI handle things that happened in other countries has always puzzled me.

  4. The FBI do in fact operate internationally. In the 911 commission report it is claimed that the FBI arrested the Al-Qaeda bomb maker from the 93 WTC attack on his way to meet Bin Laden in Afghanistan while he was leaving his hotel in Pakistan. The fact is that it was the DSS who did the arrests but the FBI demanded credit for the arrests. (Fred Burton’s book, Ghost)

    In other cases the FBI indeed did to arrests of people wanted for terrorism within the US in foreign countries. I have wondered about it myself actually. I think they have to ask for permission from the country involved first.

  5. Yes they have to get permission from the local authorities, and to remain withing international law the locals have to do the arresting, in fact at times it is getting close to illegal behavior for the US authorities to go along with the locals on the arrest.

    Think about this and realize that no Moslem government that is close to the Brotherhood types will give the US people in their nations, or even question people for the US. In fact most Middle Eastern nations think we are stupid for sending the FBI to any investigation since they know they aren’t going to be able to do anything.The only nations that will help are the European nations and since Obama has been stabbing them in the back not all of them.

    Yucki it comes down to which nation will help and which are going to refuse to help in anyway.

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