News links for Dec 7 2013 – 1

1. The scars of Akhtara

2. 450,000 Christians Flee From Muslim Attacks in the Central African Republic

Nov 27 2013: The United Nations is demanding immediate support for the Central African Republic (CAR) during a very difficult period. Apparently over 450,000 people have fled their homes after the Muslim dominated Seleka took power and began persecuting Christians irrespective of the alleged government of national unity during the transitional period. Not surprisingly, Christians are trying to protect themselves against Muslim forces within Seleka which are clearly out of control. Therefore, bloodletting is sowing the seeds of distrust and clearly the international community needs to do something before the crisis reaches a point of no return.

3. Cousin of honour killing victim who helped dispose of her body in a suitcase is jailed for eight years… and says he’s proud of what he’s done

As he was sentenced to eight years in prison, Amin told Southwark Crown Court he did not regret his actions.

Iraq-born Banaz was murdered by members of her family because she walked out of an arranged marriage and fell in love with another man.

4. 6 detained in Mexico theft of radioactive material

(This is very interesting)

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Six people tested for possible radiation exposure have been released from hospital but remain under detention as suspects in the theft of a truck carrying highly radioactive cobalt-60, officials said Friday. […] The cobalt-60 it was carrying was from obsolete radiation therapy equipment. […] The atomic energy agency said the cobalt has an activity of 3,000 curies, or Category 1, meaning “it would probably be fatal to be close to this amount of unshielded radioactive material for a period in the range of a few minutes to an hour.”

5. Vicious rapist we can’t deport – because of his right to family life… even though he has no wife or children 

They said he had been here so long, it would breach his right to a private and family life to force him to return to Somalia.

Thank you UK Pete, Richard, Fjordman, EDL Buck and all who sent in material for this post. Apologies to anyone I may have lost track of.

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12 Replies to “News links for Dec 7 2013 – 1”

  1. Trinity College Of Toronto Awards Aga Khan Honorary Degree!

    Aga Khan was granted honorary Canadiancitizenship in 2009. His activities in Canada include the establishment of the Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat in Ottawa; the Global Centre for Pluralism in Ottawa; the Ismaili Centre in Vancouver; and a major cultural complex currently under development in Toronto that includes the Aga Khan Museum, the Ismaili Centre, and a landscaped park.

    The degree was awarded at a special convocation presided over by Trinity College’s Chancellor, the Hon. William C.Graham. Chancellor Graham noted,“Trinity College in the University of Toronto is conferring the degree of Doctor of Sacred Letters on Prince Karim Aga Khan in recognition of his contribution to peace, security and the well being of millions of people throughout the world. His encouragement of pluralism and dialogue among all races and religions and the global institutional framework he has established in many troubled areas of the world to further these goals and provide education and health services through the Aga Khan Development Network is an inspiration to us all. He has enriched our country by establishing major institutions in Canada such as the Global Centre for Pluralism in Ottawa and the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. Based in one of the most diverse cities in the world, Trinity College is proud to be home to students reflecting that diversity in nationality, ethnicity, and culture. Trinity College is also home to a r enowned International Relations Program, an undergraduate degree program that brings historical, political and economic perspectives to the relationships between nations in today’s global environment.

    This honorary degree, granted to His Highness the Aga Khan, in the presence of the Archbishop of Toronto, symbolizes the importance of interfaith dialogue that is a cornerstone of our faiths.

    http://thelinkpaper.ca/?p=34346

  2. OTTAWA JANUARY 2012 – His Highness the Aga Khan receives honorary doctorate from the University of Ottawa

    Ottawa, Canada, 13/01/2012 – His Highness the Aga Khan was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Ottawa for his service to humanity. The degree was confered at a special convocation presided over by Chancellor Huguette Labelle, as well as University President Allan Rock.

    Since Allah had inspired the Prophet with the science of Quran and the Islamic principles, Muslims considered that the Prophet is the one who has the knowledge all sciences. They were worried because there was no enough time to learn from his knowledge. So, he told them:

    “I am the city of knowledge, and Ali is its gate and the one who wants to enter this city must pass through its gate.”

    That is due to the fact that Ali lived with the Prophet , learned all his knowledge and was the only companion who was able to answer all questions concerning all issues. He was the authority whom all the companions used to refer to, while he did not have to ask anyone about any issue.

  3. OTTAWA – DEC 2013 – The Royal Architecture Institute of Canada honours His Highness the Aga Khan with 2013 Gold Medal

    2013-11-19

    The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) has announced His Highness the Aga Khan as the 2013 recipient of the RAIC Gold Medal—its highest honour.

    The selection of His Highness marks the first time in more than 30 years that a non-architect has been chosen to receive the Gold Medal, and recognizes the Aga Khan’s extraordinary achievements in using architecture as an instrument to further peaceful and sustainable community development around the world.

    The RAIC Gold Medal was established to recognize “a person of science or letters related to architecture and the arts” and these terms aptly describe a man who has dedicated his life to the betterment of society, His Highness the Aga Khan.

    His Highness became the 49th Imam (spiritual leader) of the Shia Imami Ismaili Muslims on July 11, 1957 at the age of 20, succeeding his grandfather, Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah Aga Khan.

    http://www.canadianarchitect.com/news/raic-honours-his-highness-the-aga-khan-with-2013-gold-medal/1002724332/?&er=NA

    video – OTTAWA Nov 2013 – HH the Aga Khan speech upon receiving RAIC Gold Medal

  4. It is interesting, most of they knew enough to avoid being exposed so why did they steal the material, did some terrorist group want to buy the material for a dirty bomb?

    As you said a dirty bomb is a terror weapon that plays on the incorrect info about nuclear material, weapons and radioactivity that has been put forward by the leftist media.

  5. EU countries offered €6,000 per head to take in [ Muslim ] refugees

    BRUSSELS – The European Commission is proposing to pay EU countries €6,000 for each UN-registered refugee which they agree to resettle.

    The idea, announced by the European Commission on Wednesday (4 December), is part of a package designed to stop people dying on sea crossings and being exploited by human traffickers.

    It is aimed at the Syria crisis. Over 2 million Syrians are registered refugees, many of them living in overcrowded camps in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.

    The EU resettled 5,000 of them last year.

    It also gave some form of asylum to 90 percent of the 20,000 or so Syrians who made their own way to Europe.

    By comparison, the US resettled 50,000.

    EU home affairs commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom told press: “This is the single most efficient short-term measures that member states can do to help and to avoid for these very vulnerable people to take the dangerous route over the Mediterranean.”

    http://euobserver.com/justice/122351

  6. #1/

    The scares of Akhtara are just a few of the millions of scars that the evil death cult of Islam has left on countless people. This is the disease that spineless traitors have now brought into our countries.
    I notice also that Akhtar’s young daughters, but mere children, are nicely covered-up in their slaves rags. Just as well too – we don’t want some over-sexed mullah getting too excited, would we?

  7. #1 What is wrong with the behavior exhibited by the man? This is what humanity will become under Islam.

    And if we ever meet a spacefaring species, they will be justified in wiping humanity out of existence if we all become Muslims

  8. #1 the problem with this crime is that Afghanistan has no acid control. They need laws banning or regulating acid. Just ask ex-Mayor Bloomberg.

  9. Re: Vicious rapist we can’t deport – because of his right to family life… even though he has no wife or children

    A nation is a closed experiment on the nature of the people who inhabit that nation.

    The state that Somalia is in, gives a good indicator what Somalis are like. It is unfortunate they are what they are, and I have sympathy for them. But was it really a national need to import millions of them to the West?

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