News links for Nov 19 2013 – 3

1. Update on the suspicious package, now said to be an incendiary device, detonated on a Toronto street this morning.

(The comments for the article at Sun are quite excellent)

1. Edward Davidson · Top Commenter

Well done, officers. Long as you’re sure you weren’t interfering with a traditional muslim festive delivery for Islam’s Religion of Peace ….

2. Terry Bare · Top Commenter · Victoria, British ColumbiaEdward Davidson,

Would detonating this package be classified as culturally insensitive?

2. Norwegian army goes on vegetarian diet 

(As part of its war on Global Warming)

3. Black supremacist calling for mass murder of whites still employed by Homeland Security

   The DHS placed Ayo Kimathi on administrative leave back in August after the Southern Poverty Law Center linked the federal employee of four years to War on the Horizon, a website that claims to be “preparing Black people worldwide for an unavoidable, inevitable clash with the white race.” Now according to a report published on Tuesday this week by Alex Seitz-Wald for the National Journal, the DHS has done little to officially relieve Kimathi of his duties even after being explicitly tied to the website and identified as the administrator who uses the pseudonym “the Irritated Genie.”

4. Al Qaeda offshoot claims Beirut bombings

(Gotta love the Predator Vs. Alien attacks)

5.PA Hands Out Generous Payments to Released Palestinian Prisoners

A veteran Palestinian terrorist, Issa Abed Raboo, who was convicted in 1984 of killing two Israelis near Bethlehem, received a $60,000 bonus and the PA also volunteered to pay for his wedding.

Thank you Fjordman and all who sent in material.


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10 Replies to “News links for Nov 19 2013 – 3”

  1. #2 Warriors eat meat.

    I have to conclude that Norwegian soldiers are not warriors.

    The word soldiers and salary are derived from the same root word. SALT. Maybe being a soldier is more of a 9 to 5 5 position at a company. When there is a hostile takeover they negotiate a severance package or employment with the new boss and tell their erstwhile former employers, the Norwegian people “So sorry, but these people offer a better package.”

    I see them rather more like mercenaries of the Great Mercenary companies that fought for city states in Renaissance Italy. At times these companies would not fight for their employers. The Captains would get together and make a behinds the scenes agreement and one side would win after an “All Star Wrastling” type fight.

  2. Italy: Month’s jail requested for Daniela Santanchè over anti-burqa protest

    Milan, 19 Nov. (AKI) – Prosecutors in the northern Italian city of Milan have asked a court to give conservative lawmaker Daniela Santanche a one-month jail term and a 100-euro fine for holding an unauthorised protest against the Islamic burqa in 2009.

    The prosecutors also ordered Egyptian Ahmed El Badry to pay a 2,000 euro fine for punching Santanche in the chest during the demonstration on 20 September 2009 at the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.

    Santanche, a staunch supporter of ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi, organised the protest against the head-to-toe burqa worn by observant Muslim women, which she called ”a portable prison”.

    Santanche told the court she and her bodyguards attended the prayer meeting on the last day of Ramadan to “verify with my own eyes whether or not Muslim women were respecting Italian law, which says you can’t walk around in public with your face covered”.

    She is due to be sentenced on 2 December.

    VIDEO – Daniela Santanchè on Italian Tv confronting a Muslim on Mohamed’s pedophilia ( 2009 )

  3. Pakistan bomb: Seven Taliban killed in North Waziristan (BBC, Nov 19, 2013)
    “At least seven Pakistani Taliban militants have been killed in a suicide attack in a tribal area near the Afghan border, intelligence officials say. A local Taliban commander, Qari Saifuddin, was among those reported killed in the car bombing in North Waziristan, a militant stronghold. It is unclear who was behind the attack near the town of Mir Ali. Correspondents say the blast comes amid rifts in the Pakistani Taliban and other militant groups in the area…”

  4. Didnt die yesterday? Well, there is always another day…

    Iraq violence: Baghdad struck by deadly bomb blasts (BBC, Nov 20, 2013)
    “At least 24 people have been killed and dozens wounded in a series of bomb attacks in mostly Shia areas of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, officials say. The deadliest attack was in the central Sadriya district, where a car bomb was detonated at an crowded market. Bombs exploded at around the same time on busy streets in the Shaab, Tobchi, Karrada, Azamiya and Amil areas. Sectarian violence has surged across the country…”

  5. Morsy and his legacy. Culturally enriching Sinai ever since…

    Egyptian troops die in Sinai attack (BBC, Nov 20, 2013)
    “Ten people have been killed and dozens more wounded in a car bomb attack on Egyptian soldiers near the North Sinai city of el-Arish.

    Al-Masri al-Youm newspaper said a convoy of buses carrying infantry soldiers was hit by a roadside bomb as it moved through the Kharouba area.

    The death toll was likely to rise, a security source said.

    Attacks on security forces in the Sinai have increased since Islamist President Mohammed Morsi was ousted in July…”

  6. #3 Did any one really expect Obama to fire a man that wants a race war? Obama wants all of the internal uproar and unrest he can get.

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