News links for Dec. 6 2013 – 2

1. Geert Wilders writes open letter to the Catholic pope.

2. Italy convicts abducted Egypt cleric Abu Omar

An Egyptian cleric abducted in Italy as part of the CIA’s “extraordinary rendition” programme has been convicted of terrorism charges by a Milan court.

Abu Omar, also known as Hassan Mustafa Osama Nasr, was also sentenced in absentia to six years in prison.

In 2003, he was seized while walking down a street in Milan and secretly flown to Egypt for interrogation.

3. Canada: Muslim teenager labeled high terror risk after found with bomb-making material and al-Qaeda literature

KAMLOOPS – A provincial court judge has tightened restrictions on a Kamloops teenager labelled by the RCMP as a high risk to commit targeted acts of violence and terrorism.

The court heard that Mounties searched the 17-year-old boy’s home earlier this year and found documents about bomb making, interrogation and torturing techniques and Canadian links to al-Qaida.

4. Libyan Assembly votes in favor of sharia law

Libya’s national assembly has voted in favor of making sharia law the basis of all legislative decisions in the county, meaning the Islamic legal framework will inform all future banking, criminal and financial cases.

“Islamic law is the source of legislation in Libya,” stated the General National Congress in a statement released shortly after the vote was held. “All state institutions need to comply with this,” it said.   […]

5. Muslim poet under state protection for criticising Islam

Danish police are protecting an 18-year-old Muslim poet who has generated profound anger with a best-selling book condemning Islam and its influence over his parents’ generation of immigrants. Yahya Hassan, of Palestinian extraction, received death threats after he was beaten up in Copenhagen.

Thank you Fjordman, Kitman, UK Pete, EDL Buck and all who sent in material. I am sorry to say that there is much more to come. Wakey Wakey people of the West. Be willing to gamble losing a little now or all of it later. Libya for example, will soon wish they had back Quedaffi.

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

One Reply to “News links for Dec. 6 2013 – 2”

  1. Revealed: How the Nsa Targets Italy

    A special unit operating under cover and protected by diplomatic immunity, assigned to a very sensitive mission: to spy on the communication of the Italian leadership. That is what top secret documents leaked by Edward Snowden and published in Italy exclusively by l’Espresso in collaboration with “la Repubblica” reveal. A file mentions the “Special Collection Service ” (SCS) sites in Rome and in Milan, the very same service which, according to the German weekly “Der Spiegel “, spied on the mobile phone of the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel. “Special Collection Sites”, reads the file published today by l’Espresso, “provide considerable perishable intelligence on leadership communications largely facilitated by site presence within a national capital”.

    […]A country under surveillance.

    NSA’s mass spying activities did not target our leadership and diplomacy alone, but it possibly also targeted millions of Italian citizens. A file on the top secret programme “Boundless Informant” that is labeled “Italy” reveals that between December 10, 2012 and January 9, 2013, the NSA collected the metadata for 45.893.570 telephone calls. Estimates close to this figure had already circulated, but now the actual document indicates the penetration of this monitoring.

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