1. LONDON REGENT’S PARK April 19 2014 1,000 MUSLIMS vs 50 BRITAIN FIRST!
2. LONDON REGENT’S PARK – EDL vs CHOUDARY
3. Britain First – Muslims Call For Jihad in London After 1st Blood Moon
4. Short and stunningly understated explanation of Boko Haram, yet still more honest than one would expect from the BBC
(Of course, if you read the actual article its a little different. It seems closer to people of the region no longer respecting the governments because while local indigenous Dutch people may wait years and years for a home to become available, muslim immigrants get them within weeks of arriving. This tends to make a people lawless quickly)
(Dunno how rebranding tards is new but it is to the Germans I guess)
The attacks have all been claimed by Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, a shadowy militant group based in the Sinai Peninsula that has emerged as one of the biggest terrorist threats to the country in decades.
“When you look at the training, the weapons and the technology they have, it’s much more sophisticated now than ever before,” said Ihab Youssef, a former police officer who served more than 20 years in the Ministry of Interior and founded Risk Free Egypt, a Risk management firm in Cairo. “From my point of view, we still have a lot to see. It’s not going to end soon.”
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has visited a historic Christian town recently retaken by his regime forces. During the Easter visit to Maaloula, Assad met with a Christian priest.
As Pope Francis called for the two sides of the Syrian civil war to “boldly negotiate” peace in the three-year conflict, Assad made a rare public appearance in the town of Maaloula, a historic Christian town known as one of the world’s oldest Christian settlements.
The town was recently held by rebels that oppose Assad’s regime, but Syrian army forces – backed by soldiers from Lebanon’s Hezbollah movement – recaptured it earlier this week.
Thank you M, Fjordman, Wrath of Khan and all who sent in material. It is much appreciated. More to come. Actually I am waiting on a couple of translations that may be quite interesting. Thanks to all who are working on them as well.
Thank you M, Wrath of Khan, Fjordman,