News links for Dec 5 2013 – 2

1. British soldier convicted of murder in Afghanistan named.

‘From being in similar situations, however, my feeling is the only good militant is a dead militant. They have no moral compass, they suppress the Afghan nationals with threats and violence, have a hatred for Britain, our values and if given half an opportunity would wreak terrorist havoc on British soil.’

2. Parents warned after three men are convicted of grooming girls as young as 13 for sex

  • Shakil Munir, Sakib Ahmed and Ateeq Latif convicted of sex offences

  • Taxi driver Munir, 32, sent explicit messages to one victim on Facebook

  • One girl was picked up in her pyjamas and taken to lay-by for sex

  • Ahmed, 19, met girl at under-age disco and said ‘pretend you’re 16’

  • Pal Latif helped Ahmed facilitate sex with young victim

3. Team Obama Changes Course, Appears to Accept China Air Defense Zone

Japan, a vital American ally, has expressed fury over the Chinese move and ordered its commercial airliners not to provide information about their flight paths to the Chinese military. By contrast, the United States made a point of flying a pair of B-52s through it last week, but seems to have accepted that China will keep the zone in place indefinitely. U.S. officials have shifted their focus instead on preventing a potential military clash between Japan and China.

4. Chained up for 40 days in a bare cell: How thousands are ‘cured of evil spirits’ at brutal Afghan shrine (whether they are mentally ill… or just had an argument with their father)

(Really do go over to the link and look at how they treat people even suspected of having a mental illness. Islam is savage and that is all there is to it)

5. Jihadists battle-hardened by the war in Syria are returning to live among us in increasing numbers, warns EU anti-terror chief

The number of fighters travelling back and forth from war-torn country is increasing, stressed guidance prepared by the office of EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Gilles de Kerchove.

Drawn by recruiters who arrange travel and accommodation, these men are learning to fight, being indoctrinated with the tenets of militant Islam, and could pose a potent threat once back home.

Thank you EDL Buck, M, Richard, Fjordman, UK Pete, and all who sent in material. Thanks again.

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8 Replies to “News links for Dec 5 2013 – 2”

  1. “The number of fighters travelling back and forth from war-torn country is increasing”

    I suppose no one considered blocking their return. So I shall have no tears for dead Eurotards who facilitate their own demise as a result.

  2. SAUDI ARABIA – School bus driver rapes 5-year-old Saudi girl

    A Yemeni school bus driver aged over 50 raped a 5-year-old Saudi school girl inside the bus in front of the school in the kingdom.

    Saudi Arabia’s feared religious police arrested the man after catching him red handed when they stormed the bus in Riyadh following a phone call from a woman.

    The ‘Sabq’ newspaper said members of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice smashed their way into the bus and seized the driver after a local woman called them to say there was a suspicious movement inside the bus.

    “The bus had tinted glass and it was parked near the school when the religious police raided the bus. They found the girl without clothes after the driver had assaulted her savagely,” the newspaper said.

    http://www.emirates247.com/crime/region/school-bus-driver-rapes-5-year-old-saudi-girl-2013-12-05-1.530308

  3. 7 killed in car bomb attack on military convoy in Somalia (CNN, Dec 5, 2013)
    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/12/05/world/africa/somalia-violence/index.html
    “A suicide bomber drove a car packed with explosives into a military convoy in the northeastern Somali city of Bosaso on Thursday, killing at least seven people and injuring 37 others, regional health minister Abdullahi Warsame said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack in Bosaso, a port city in Somalia’s semiautonomous Puntland region off the Gulf of Aden. The Islamist militant group Al-Shabaab, which is fighting the government in hopes of turning Somalia into a fundamentalist Islamic state, has carried out similar attacks in the area in the past.”

  4. OBAMA : “NSA reforms will give Americans ‘more confidence’ in surveillance programs”

    President Barack Obama said he will propose new reforms to the National Security Agency aimed at giving Americans “more confidence” in the organization after various leaks revealed numerous wide-ranging government surveillance programs.

    “The NSA actually does a very good job about not engaging in domestic surveillance, not reading people’s emails, not listening to … the contents of their phone calls,” the president said Thursday during an interview with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews.

    “Outside of our borders, the NSA’s more aggressive. It’s not constrained by laws. And part of what we’re trying to do over the next month or so is having done an independent review and brought a whole bunch of folks, civil libertarians and– lawyers and others to examine what’s being done.”

    “I’ll be proposing some self-restraint on the NSA and initiating some reforms that can give people some more confidence.”

    http://nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/12/05/21776882-obama-nsa-reforms-will-give-americans-more-confidence-in-surveillance-programs

    skip to 6min 10 on this video :

  5. “He told colleagues on the patrol from Juliet Company, 42 Commando: ‘Obviously this doesn’t go anywhere fellas. I just broke the Geneva Convention.’…..
    actualy, no he didn’t.
    the geneva convention allows for the execution of armed members of resistance groups or any other non-uniformed and formally constituted comabt units.
    even their aid teams are legit targets.

  6. #1 I feel sorry for the man but once it was made public the Brits had no choice but to prosecute.

    #3 Obama has just reversed 200 years of US foreign policy and has given China a green light to attack other nations in the Orient.

  7. 4. Chaining mentally ill patients isn’t unique to Islamic countries although this shrine is unique. I’ve seen similar images taken in rural China, India and Africa. Poverty and ignorance usually lead to this sort of abuse. Some poor families chain or cage relatives since there is no other way to keep them safe. The worst images I’ve seen are of African children with some form of mental illness or possibly autism staked to the ground with four point restrains so their mothers can go work in the field.

    It’s tragic that psychiatrists can’t somehow take over this ‘shrine’ and actually treat these poor people.

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