TORONTO — A Tunisian scientist awaiting trial for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack on a passenger train near Toronto lashed out at the Canadian government in an interview, accusing it of “colonizing” Afghanistan.
In an interview with the National Post, Chiheb Esseghaier did not directly admit he had conspired to derail a Toronto-bound Amtrak train but neither did he deny it, and he said Canada had started a “fire” by sending troops to Afghanistan.
(More accurately, Canada allowed a fire to be started when they allowed muslims to begin colonizing Canada and gave their beachheads and other political activities special status as religious practices)
(Actually they should sign rejecting Islam, its central dogma and all Ikhwan connected organizations. It is also interesting that the Guardian still refers to Geert Wilders as ‘controversial’ even though he would win a majority in Dutch elections today)
Two weeks ago, I received a panicked message from a student enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley.
He wrote: “I’ve been told by one of my professors I will be required, as part of my grade, to start a Twitter account and tweet weekly on Islamophobia. I can’t help but feel this is unethical. This is his agenda not mine.”
The professor conducting this exercise was Hatem Bazian as part of a course titled, “Asian American Studies 132AC: Islamophobia”.
When I asked him to elaborate on his concerns the student wrote: […]
A Saudi cleric is saying burqas will prevent baby girls from rape, giving rise to debate and outrage on the Internet.
A Saudi cleric has called for baby girls to wear burqas to avoid getting raped.
Al Arabiya news reported Sunday that Sheik Abdulla Daoud had said on al-Majd TV mid last-year that wearing the veil will help protect babies. Daoud told al-Majd TV that babies were being molested in Saudi Arabia, citing unnamed medical and security sources.
Following a shooting in a parking lot at Eastern Florida State College, school officials took an unusual step — they are now allowing guns back on campus.
The shooting occurred Thursday, when a student was brutally attacked by two men near his car. The student, Landrick Hamilton, 24, was able to retrieve his firearm from inside his vehicle and shot one of the men in the chest, according to Orlando NBC affiliate WESH.
Thank you Grace, Lina N, EDL Buck, M, Fjordman and all. More to come.