News links for March 13 2014 – 1

1. Israel retaliates. Twenty nine terror-targets hit by Israeli strikes this evening. 

Palestinian Arab media is reporting now that the IAF are repeatedly slamming Islamic Jihad posts in Rafah, Khan Younis, Deir al – Balah, Beit Lahiya in north Gaza and another target in the center. Hamas’s military wing is also being targeted. No casualties have been reported yet.

2. How the NSA is planning to infest everyone’s computers with spy-ware:

Link 1    link 2

3. Top American commander warns Afghanistan would deteriorate quickly if US completely withdraws

(Funny about that. The paperboy told me the same thing)

4. Kidnapped Barcelona girl found in Amazon forest

  The alleged kidnapper, 35-year-old Grover Morales, faces charges of human trafficking and sexual abuse, Bolivian press are reporting.

He told local television stations he had permission from the girl’s parents to marry her as he was a Muslim convert.

(Just one data-point in millions to prove that objection to islam is ideological and not racist, as anyone can become a monster if they have islam to claim as their personal guiding principles)

5. Malaysian police (badly) photoshop pictures of the two Iranians who used fake passports to board the missing flight. I wonder if it could be to hide their shoes?

6. In the UK, part of multiculturalism means destroying democratic process by vote rigging. At least when it comes to muslim communities.

Thank you Yucki, M, Fjordman and more to come.

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  1. THAILAND – Thai police detain 220 suspected Turkish “refugees” hiding near rubber plantations

    HAT YAI, Thailand – Thai authorities on Thursday detained 220 suspected Turkish migrants hiding in a secluded camp in the deep south and believed to be victims of a trafficking ring.

    Acting on a tip from villagers, immigration police raided the jungle camp located up a mountain behind rubber plantations in southern Songkhla province, said police Col. Chusak Panas-umporn. The group included 78 men, 60 women and 82 children.

    Thailand has long been a transit point and hub for human traffickers, mostly transporting ethnic Rohingya fleeing violence and persecution in neighbouring Myanmar.

    Chusak said the group detained Thursday identified themselves as Turkish Muslims but did not carry any identification documents. Police were seeking a Turkish translator to try to communicate with the group members before pressing charges of illegal entry against them.

    Police suspected the traffickers were planning to move the group to a third country. He said the U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, was helping the immigrants.

    Chusak said it was the first time police had detained a group of this unidentified ethnicity in Songkhla, which is a common crossing point for Rohingya.

    More than 800 beleaguered Rohingya were found in raids in Songkhla in January 2013 after they fled sectarian violence in western Myanmar that has killed hundreds of people and displaced some 100,000 more.

    Thai police arrested several trafficking suspects after those raids, including an influential local politician. Thai media reported at the time that at least two senior military officers were involved in the trafficking network.

  2. Missing Malaysia Airlines jet: Investigation paying ‘special attention’ to Chinese Uighur passenger

    Police investigating the backgrounds of all 239 people aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight are paying “special attention” to a 35 year-old Chinese Uighur man who undertook flight simulation training, according to a report in a leading Malay language newspaper in Kuala Lumpur.

    […]According to the source the man has a PHD from a university in Britain was recently worked as a lecturer at a university in Turkey.

    The source said he undertook flight simulation training in Sweden in around 2006.

    […]Police say they are investigating the possibilities of hijacking or sabotage.

  3. Nuland-Pyatt phone call – Reporters asking questions about that private phone call which was secretly recorded and made public thus exposing what U.S. officials are up to behind closed doors:

  4. When Kit Bond was elected governor of Missouri he was the first Republican since reconstruction, we are now a state that us up for grabs on every election, that means there is hope for Mass.

  5. Given time, the lefts policies always end up destroying the party that follows them, but they also injure and kill a lot of innocent people in their quest to become our masters.

  6. 3. That is kinda what took place after Vietnam. After we pulled out the South Vietnamese army was very strong and held out for two years. The KGB told the North they should throw in the towel basically and agree to terms.

    Until Ted Kennedy stated he wanted to pull funding to South Vietnam just on word the US wasn’t going to supply them anymore broke up the army. Only one division stayed intact which was lead by a good general. After the army disbanded the north moved in.

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