News links for Nov 22 2013 – 3

1. Cairo in flames by protestors

Egypt: Cairo lit up by flames of protest

Hundreds of demonstrators flooded the streets of central Cairo on Friday, with sporadic clashes breaking out between groups of supporters of the deposed Muslim Brotherhood government and police forces, who deployed tear gas and live rounds breaking up the demonstrations. An unknown number of arrests were made, and one ten-year-old boy was reported killed during the conflict.

As darkness fell, protesters struck back, torching one of the city’s public trains and continuing to congregate around the Nasr City district. Today’s demonstration was held to commemorate up to 500 protesters killed during the break up of R?bi’a al-Adawiyya sit-in.

2. Cold Warriors and Conterjihadists gather in New York

(From Nov 21 but great to see the Blaze start to call it what it is as needs be)

3. Money from Vienna allegedly sent to finance Islamic extremist fighters training centres in Bosnia

The paper claims the money to finance this training has in recent months arrived from Vienna, the capital of Austria.

The same source insists that Islamic militants were trained in central villages of Gornja Maoca, Gornja Dubnica and Osve.

Not going into details, Glas Srpske insists that the money was donated by Turkish origin Foundation for Human Rights, Freedom and Humanitarian Aid.

4. Golden Dawn threatens anti-mosque rallies following construction contract

Golden Dawn has pledged to organize mass protests against the construction of a mosque in central Athens after the tender for the project was awarded earlier this week.

5. ‘Paris shooter’ Dekhar was already infamous in France       

           Abdelhakim Dekhar, the gunman behind the series of shootings that terrorised Paris this week, is the same man who helped a young couple go on a “Bonnie and Clyde” style shooting spree in 1994.

6. The Resurgence of European Patriotism

(By Geert Wilders. Well worth the read.)

7. Hero Pakistani doc who helped get Bin Laden hit with dubious murder charge

Shakil Afridi, the hero Pakistani doctor who helped the CIA pinpoint Osama bin Laden’s compound ahead of the Navy SEAL raid that killed the Al Qaeda leader, has been charged with murder – for trying to save a little boy stricken with appendicitis six years ago, according to his attorney.

More here at the NY Post

8. Buddhists Destroy Arakan’s Last Mosque 

ARAKAN – A group of Buddhist mobs have attacked the last standing mosque in Arakan’s Kyauk Phyu city, damaging the worshipping house severely and destroying its minaret.

“Yesterday evening, we heard about some people attempting to destroy the mosque and this morning, I went to look at it and saw that some damage had been done,” Htun Naing of the Kyaukphyu Public Network told the Democratic Voice of Burma on Tuesday, November 19.

9. Britain is Europe’s fastest growing country as population rises by 400,000 in just ONE year… and more than a third of the rise is down to immigration

(And I bet most of the other two thirds of the rise is from immigrants from every year before the one cited)

10. More Cairo in flames vids.


 

Thank you M, Fjordman, Taffy in Canada,

About Eeyore

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

4 Replies to “News links for Nov 22 2013 – 3”

  1. Yemeni lawmaker killed, UN envoy reportedly fired upon in separate attacks (CNN, Nov 23, 2013)
    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/11/22/world/meast/yemen-lawmaker-shot/index.html
    “A member of Yemen’s parliament was shot dead by armed gunmen in Sanaa Friday, three senior Interior Ministry officials told CNN.

    “Abdul Karim Jedban was on his way home when he was shot by gunmen on a motorcycle,” a senior official said on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue.

    The officials said in a separate incident but in the same area of Sanaa, a United Nations convoy was shot at, although the U.N. envoy who was traveling to his hotel was not injured.

    But according to state news agency SABA, an official source at the office of U.N. envoy Jamal Benomar denied that the convoy came under fire, saying reports of such an incident were unfounded.

    The killing of Jedban, who represents the pro-Shiite Houthis in the National Dialogue Conference (NDC), is a major blow to the country’s transitional period and international efforts seeking political progress in Yemen…”

  2. Egypt expels Turkish ambassador (BBC, Nov 23, 2013)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-25066115
    “Egypt has told the Turkish ambassador to leave the country and downgraded relations between the two countries.

    It follows remarks by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan that Cairo deemed “provocative”.

    Egypt’s foreign ministry said relations with Ankara would be lowered to charge d’affaires, blaming Turkey’s continued “interference” in its internal affairs.

    Turkey has been a vocal critic of the military overthrow of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in July …

    Responding to Cairo’s decision to expel ambassador Huseyin Avni Botsali, Turkey also announced the downgrading of ties to the level of charge d’affaires.

    The foreign ministry also barred Egypt’s ambassador to Turkey, declaring him “persona non grata”.

    The latest deterioration in relations comes a day after Mr Erdogan called for the release of Mr Morsi…”

  3. #2 Remember the Cold Warriors eventually won their war, a fact the left can’t forgive.

    #4 Watch Greece closely, they are leading the way in Europe in resisting the Moslems, unfortunately they are also leading the way back into fascism. We all have to work to ensure that as our nations start to resist the Moslem conquest we don’t turn fascist or authoritarian.

    #6 Geert Wilders is a very smart man who has a way with words, history will list him along side Churchill as national leaders who saved their nations. Now if we could just find someone like him for each of the other Western nations.

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