(Obama will get a deal with Iran even if he has to give Iran the bombs himself!)
My four-year-old son’s throat was slit, says one man, and when I went to look for him I found a snake swallowing a baby. I am caring for this child, explains a woman, because yesterday her mother went searching for medicine and was hacked to death with Kalashnikovs. We were bound and thrown to the crocodiles, explain a group of young men, but a few of us managed to swim to safety.
This is the world of horrors that the Central African Republic (CAR) has become. Thousands of people are dying at the hands of soldiers and militia gangs or from untreated diseases such as malaria. Boys and girls as young as eight are press ganged into fighting between Christians and Muslims. There are reports of beheadings and public execution-style killings. Villages are razed to the ground.
(Just another muslim on kafir rape story from the UK. Its the new normal!)
(Immigrants killing police for trying to enforce French law, burning massive amounts of cars, creating hundreds of no-go-zones where French law and sovereignty cannot be applied, how is France not in a civil war now and for several years? The only rational answer is that because the other side of the war is in fact from foreign nations it is really an invasion not a civil war but in slow motion.)
Egyptian Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim claimed Saturday that Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood was behind past major attacks targeting police personnel in the country. Ibrahim gave names of several alleged perpetrators identified and arrested by security forces following the attacks, amid increased pressure on speeding up investigations into ongoing security breaches.
calling the Obama administration’s “rush” to embrace Tehran as “incomprehensible.”
“We are not going to sit idly by and receive a threat there and not think seriously how we can best defend our country and our region,” Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, who is the Saudi ambassador to the UK and King Abdullah’s nephew, told British newspaper The Times.
“Let’s just leave it there, all options are available,”
Thank you everyone as always, for the vigilant eye