The horrors of Islam and their leftist enablers for June 1 2014

1. Pallywood getting ready to create another international incident blaming Israelis for what is in fact, bad acting.

From Dan F who sent the link:

What really bothers me about this fabricated stunt is that Israeli authorities took it seriously and started a joint investigation with the Fakestinians.”

2. Finally a Hollywood Movie Depicts a Terrorist Sleeper Cell in Dearborn… in a Russian Church

Russian Christian terrorists are apparently a major threat to America. Not only did they kidnap the president in Air Force One and try to detonate a nuke in New York in The Peacemaker, but they seem to be showing more in Hollywood movies as villains after the fall of the USSR, than during the Soviet Union when they actually might have tried to do things like that.

3. Another reason to put a bandaid over your webcam

Its easy to do. Get an old fashioned bandaid with sticky ends and a nice clean pad in the middle. Put the pad over the actual camera part of your laptop and then peel it back when you need it. Meanwhile look at the bright side. As far as we know, the NSA isn’t using satellites to monitor your thoughts for subversive thinking so no need for the tin foil hat. Yet.

4. EXCLUSIVE: ‘We are Not Afraid’ Says Mother of Jewish Brothers Brutally Beaten Outside Paris Synagogue

The youngest testified anonymously on BFM TV, saying, “We were trying to walk down the street with our kippot [skullcaps]. Two Maghreb [men] came and beat us. They started by my brother with brass knuckles, scarred him all over the face and beat me.”

5. Obama trades 5 top war criminals in Gitmo to free one ‘American’ who converted to Islam, went AWOL from the US army, and was teaching bomb making skills to the enemy. On top of that, Obama broke US law to do it.

Links:

1. USA Today 2. The Daily Mail 3. Sheik Yermami

 

Thank you ML, M, Yucki, Tundra Tabloids,

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16 Replies to “The horrors of Islam and their leftist enablers for June 1 2014”

  1. New Palestinian Protester Prototype Does Not Bleed When Shot

    Beituniya, May 23 – Analysis of the video footage surrounding the apparent shooting death of a Palestinian youth last week has military experts concluding that the Palestinians have developed a new type of protester, one that emits no blood even when its exterior is pierced.

    If accurate, this assessment reflects a major technological innovation, as until now, the bodies of protesters and rock-throwers have not been known to function without a comprehensive circulatory system.

    Since every Palestinian claim is accepted by large swaths of the media and society as reliable, the operating assumption of the analysts has been that in fact live ammunition was in use at Beituniya. Israeli assertions and evidence that the border police were only using rubber-coated bullets, which do not pierce the skin at the ranges involved, do not adequately explain the outcome, experts say, since such evidence would not portray the IDF as murderous thugs bent on executing teenagers.

    As such, say the analysts, the only reasonable conclusion at the dramatic lack of blood involved in the death of the demonstrator remains that Palestinians have developed a more advanced model of protester. The lack of blood makes it easier for other rock-throwers and demonstrators to offer assistance where the sight of blood might otherwise frighten them.

    http://www.preoccupiedterritory.com/new-palestinian-protester-prototype-does-not-bleed-when-shot/

  2. Spain arrests militant suspects in Melilla (BBC, May 30, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-27633649

    Spain’s interior ministry says it has arrested six men on terror charges in its north African enclave of Melilla. A statement said the men were suspected of trying to recruit fighters for militant groups in Libya and Mali.

    Spain has arrested dozens of suspected militants in its enclaves in Melilla and Ceuta in recent years. The cities lie on the southern Mediterranean coast and are surrounded by Morocco. Earlier this week, about 400 migrants breached the border fence in Melilla.

    The enclave is a major crossing point for those seeking work or asylum in Europe and there have been several attempts to storm the 6m-high (19ft) border fence in recent weeks. Friday’s arrests were carried out by Spanish police in co-ordinated raids. One man detained was described by the interior ministry as the “first Spanish jihadist” to have returned from the conflict in Mali.

    He was also suspected of attending a training camp run by Mali’s Movement for Unity and Jihad in West Africa (Mujao). In March, Spanish and Moroccan police detained seven men whom they accused of running a militant cell spanning both countries….”

  3. Qatar World Cup 2022: Fifa vice-president ‘would support’ re-vote (BBC, June 1, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/27654587

    Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce says he would support a re-vote to find a new host for the Qatar World Cup in 2022 if corruption allegations can be proven. The Sunday Times alleges football officials took a total of £3m in return for support of the Qatari bid.

    Fifa’s chief investigator Michael Garcia is already conducting a long-running inquiry into the allegations. The Qatar 2022 Bid Committee has issued a statement re-iterating that it denies “all allegations of wrong-doing”.

    FA chairman Greg Dyke also said a new vote should take place if it was shown a “corrupt system” had led to Qatar’s win….”

  4. Smugglers ‘kill six Egyptian guards’ near Libya border (BBC, June 1, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-27656259

    “Six Egyptian border guards have been killed in a clash with a group of smugglers in a mountainous region near the Libyan border, the military says. The smugglers attacked the patrol in retaliation for a crackdown, according to the Facebook page of Egyptian military spokesman Ahmed Mohammed Ali.

    Egypt has been trying to prevent Libyan weapons and fighters from reaching Islamist militants in the Sinai. Both countries have been grappling with unrest since the uprisings of 2011.

    Libya’s government has struggled to restrain the heavily armed militia groups that helped drive former president Col Muammar Gaddafi from power. Meanwhile, instability in Egypt has strengthened support for the former military chief, Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, who secured a landslide win in a presidential election last month….”

  5. Iran video ‘supports claims of rigging in 2009 poll’ (BBC, June 1, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-27656268

    “A video has emerged of a speech by an Iranian military commander that appears to back claims that the 2009 elections were rigged against the reformists. The recording, which has been posted on the internet, features Mohammed Ali Ja’fary, the head of the Revolutionary Guards, addressing officials.

    He can be heard saying that a reformist election victory seemed likely – but would be unacceptable to the Guards. The reformists eventually lost the race, prompting huge street protests.

    Hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated in the capital, Tehran, claiming that their votes had been stolen. In the ensuing crackdown, hundreds were killed and thousands jailed.

    The video of the speech was obtained and posted on the internet by Mohammed Nourizad, a well-known dissident in Tehran. He says the tape is shameful evidence that the 2009 election was rigged in favour of the then-President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who was running for his second term…”

  6. ‘Jail my jihadist son’: British Mother’s heartache over Muslim convert son who she would rather was behind bars than fighting for al-Shabaab terror group in Somalia (dailymail, June 1, 2014)
    http://dailym.ai/1oKXyeR

    The mother of a British jihadist who travelled to Somalia to join al-Shabaab said she would rather see him jailed than fighting with the terror group. Sally Evans from High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, says her son Thomas, 24, went to the African country in 2011 after converting to Islam when he was 19.

    She says that her greatest fear is that he will become a suicide bomber so tells the police of his activities in the hope he can be jailed before killing innocent people. The mother of two, says he first joined the religion after splitting from his long-term girlfriend and she hoped it would have brought an end to his depression.

    However, she added that after that he then left the local mosque to instead attend an Islamic prayer centre. He then changed his name to Abdul Hakim, gave up on his previous interests and hobbies and even tried to convert his mother and younger brother to Islam.

    He grew a beard, shaved his head and also started brushing his teeth using a traditional African tooth twig. He even refused to eat from the same pans as his family for fear of eating food contaminated with non-halal products.

    In June 2011 he went to Egypt saying that he was going to the country to study Arabic and has since tried but unsuccessfully to enter Kenya. His mother has heard from him on several occasions with the calls making her pleased that he is still alive but remind her that he is now fighting with a terrorist organisation.

    She has told the police the content of the phone calls in the hope they can stop others from also joining terror groups…”

  7. had the tape on my laptop camera for the past 2 years , I get the odd spam police notice to pay a fine for downloading music or film files sometimes for illegel porn [ which I don`t do ], the notice looks very official and the virus starts your web camera and shows who is using the computer with a real time image in a real player window , so if the spammers can, the government certainly can and do , [ ed uk ]

  8. #5

    http://www.chicagonow.com/uncommon-sense/2014/06/bowe-bergdahl-deserter-pow-shinseki-carney-20150601/

    “It seems young PFC Bergdahl became disenchanted with Army life. As has been said repeatedly by those who know him, by the words he himself put in writing in letters and emails to his family prior to June of 2009, the Army is not the Peace Corp with guns. He felt he wasn’t doing what he intended, so he decided to go off into the mountains to find himself.

    So, he shipped his personal belongings back to his family in Idaho. Then, he simply walked off the base, taking only some water and a knife, leaving behind his rifle and all his gear. He went to at least one nearby village, asking for water and directions to where the Taliban were. Some of those villagers granted his wish. I wonder how long it took him to figure out that the Taliban had as much interest in helping him ‘find himself’ as did the Army.”

  9. Re: 2. Finally a Hollywood Movie Depicts a Terrorist Sleeper Cell in Dearborn… in a Russian Church

    According to Hollywood, for the last 30 years it was Serbians that were committing acts of terrorism against America. So now, we are back to Russians.

    It seems to me that it is the Orthodox Christian theology that is at the root of murderous terrorism by Serbs or Russians. Robert Spencer needs to look at this instead of wasting his time on the koran and the RoP.

    There are indications that Greeks may well become the next superstars of terrorism, followed by the Copts and Ethiopians.

  10. France arrests Syria jihad suspects as Nemmouche held (BBC, June 2, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-27660683

    “Four people have been arrested in the Paris region and southern France, officials say, on suspicion of recruiting militants to fight in Syria. The raids came a day after it emerged a Frenchman was being held by police investigating the murder of three people at the Brussels Jewish Museum.

    Mehdi Nemmouche, 29, was arrested at a station in Marseille on Friday. Prosecutors say he has claimed responsibility for the attack and spent more than a year in Syria. Interior Minister Bernard Cazaneuve told Europe 1 radio on Monday: “There are people who recruit jihadists. There are as I’m speaking arrests being made.”

    “We are acting everywhere. There will be no respite in the fight against terrorists.”

    There is no suggestion of a link between the four arrests on Monday and the detention of Mr Nemmouche during a random check on a coach arriving from Amsterdam in southern France on Friday….”

  11. Trojan Horse fears in Birmingham ‘raised in 2008’ (BBC, June 2, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-birmingham-27660618

    “Fears hardline Muslims were trying to extend their influence in Birmingham schools were relayed to the city council as early as 2008, a former prospective governor has said. Keith Townsend told the BBC the authority was made aware of the issue.

    Ofsted is this week expected to release a series of reports on schools under the spotlight since the unsubstantiated “Trojan Horse” allegations emerged…

    Mr Townsend told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme he had been invited to sit in on about 12 meetings held by governors at a Birmingham school in 2007, with the aim of joining the board. He said: “The governing body was largely Muslim and they were working alongside the head and the leadership team in a normal manner. “Then, two or three new governors were appointed and things started to change. “Many demands were made that were simply impossible to meet and it began to appear like there was some sort of organised attempt to undermine the management of the school.”….”

  12. Corruption allegations rock Qatar’s successful 2022 World Cup bid (CNN/video, June 2, 2014)
    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/06/02/sport/football/football-qatar-world-cup-sunday-times/index.html

    “As new allegations emerged surrounding the FIFA bidding process for the World Cup finals, an American former anti-terrorism lawyer will interview leading figures from Qatar’s bid team in Oman Monday. Those interviews will take place against the backdrop of calls for a new vote on which country should host the 2022 event.

    Qatar has promised laywer Michael Garcia “full cooperation” after soccer’s global governing body was engulfed in new scandal following a British newspaper’s damning investigation into the bidding process for the World Cup finals. The story alleges a Qatari official paid more than $5 million in an attempt to secure support for his country’s successful bid to host the 2022 tournament.

    The Sunday Times alleges that Mohamed bin Hammam made secret payments to soccer officials in the run up to the controversial ballot. Bin Hammam, the former president of the Asian Football Confederation, was a member of FIFA’s powerful 24-person executive committee charged with voting on who hosted the finals at the time of the vote in 2010.

    Despite the country’s small size, a technical report from FIFA calling its bid “high risk” and summer temperatures that can exceed 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit), Qatar shocked the world by winning the right to host the 2022 finals, defeating bids by the United States, Australia, Japan and South Korea.

    FIFA vice-president Jim Boyce has said he would back a re-vote, potentially opening the possibility of the U.S. staging the 2022 tournament….”

  13. Laugh of the week? Pious Muslims engaging in unislamic practices? Look at the good side… They have less than 3000 fighters left. 😉

    Pakistan Taliban splits over ‘un-Islamic’ practices (CNN, June 2, 2014)
    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/06/02/world/asia/pakistan-taliban-split/index.html

    “After months of infighting within the Pakistan Taliban, a major faction of the deadly militant group has apparently had enough. The Mehsud faction has announced it’s parting ways with the central leadership of the group, known formally as the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), over ideological differences.

    The breakaway faction had made attempts to convince the TTP to give up what it said were “un-Islamic” practices, such as attacks in public places, extortion, and kidnappings, and decided to separate from the banned terrorist outfit after these attempts failed, a spokesperson for the newly-formed faction, Azam Tariq, said in a statement released to the media last week.

    It’s the first split since the TTP — a coalition of militant groups — was founded in 2007, seeking to establish its version of sharia law across Pakistan.

    Analysts say the move has major implications for alliances among Islamist groups in the region but there’s no guarantee it will lead to less violence.

    The breakaway faction will be led by Khalid Mehsud — also known as Khan Syed Sajna — a TTP commander based in South Waziristan, near Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan, Tariq said. It’s believed Mehsud will command as many as 2,600 tribesmen, representing around half of the TTP’s forces…”

  14. #5 Not only did he desert (I know is only charged with AWOL) but he also gave aid and comfort to the enemy in time of conflict. Obama will not try him for his very real crimes.

  15. Sorry yesterday was a VA day. He crawled under the fence to get away and left a note saying he was going to help the terrorists. The Army charged him with AWOL since he couldn’t be charged with desertion until it was known if he had kept his dog tags or ID card. According to a lot of reports he taught the terrorists how to make bombs and plant home made land mines. If the reports are true he is guilty of Treason, but that is a difficult case to prove and the wording in the Constitution says the charge can only be made in war time. Congress gave the OK for us going into Afghanistan but didn’t declare war so it is iffy if treason can be charged. However the charge of giving aid and comfort to the enemy in time of conflict (I know this is treason but with a different law the strict Constitutional requirements for treason don’t have to be met.) can be brought any time the military is in action and it carries the same penalty as Treason.

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