Pro Islamic State Muslims in The Hague show their intent in this demonstration. Several videos

On Friday, there was a PRO ISIS demonstration in the Hague in the Netherlands:

Saturday there was a demo against them by the Dutch defense League. It was a small turn out and the police seemed to be more active against the Dutch.

Waiting for more better info. Will post as I get it

Attacking TV journalists

skip to 2:45

(This one above was sent to a translator. We shall see if the first few minutes is worth titling soon)

More clips here  and more here. The police you see are not normal police but the Dutch equivalent of SWAT





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9 Replies to “Pro Islamic State Muslims in The Hague show their intent in this demonstration. Several videos”

  1. Important notice!
    Insulting(or blasphemy of) any religion including islam, which is NO religion but an ideology of conquest, is not possible.
    Islam exists only in the MINDS of those who believe in it, islam is nothing more than a system of thoughts. Blasphemy of any thought is impossible.
    Any muslim shouting that any form of criticism is an insult to islam, acts according to the socalled Muslimbrotherhood Project.
    The whole attitude of muslims in the West in general is solely based on continuous intimidation, desinformation and downright LIES about the goal of islam.
    All information about The Project via Frontpage Magazine:

  2. Walking free, the terrorist we can’t deport… because he’s kept his NAME secret for 21 years (dailymail, Aug 9, 2014)

    “An Islamic terrorist has stopped Britain deporting him – by refusing to give his name for 21 years. A judge ruled that the Algerian is a ‘trusted and senior’ member of a violent terrorist group and has helped suspects abroad.

    But his lawyers have used human rights laws to prevent the Government from throwing him out of this country. Officials cannot draw up crucial paperwork guaranteeing his safety without knowing his true identity.

    Meanwhile, taxpayers have been left to pick up the multi-million pound bill for his legal aid and months of NHS hospital care. Astonishingly, the terrorist, known only as B, is free to walk the streets because his bail conditions were ‘relaxed’ to allow him to go swimming and worship at a mosque….”

  3. Anti-Israel tweets cost professor new job at University of Illinois, rep says (CNN, Aug 9, 2014)

    “A pro-Palestinian college professor’s tenure offer at the University of Illinois was allegedly rescinded after he made anti-Israel tweets about the war in Gaza.

    Dr. Steven Salaita’s case “is sort of unprecedented in a way,” said Baher Azmy, the legal director for the Center for Constitutional Rights. The organization’s legal team has advised Salaita as they consider potential legal avenues….”

  4. Ebola outbreak: Ivory Coast bans flight from three states (BBC, Aug 11, 2014)

    “Ivory Coast has banned all passenger flights from three countries hit by Ebola in an attempt to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.

    It is the only country, after Saudi Arabia, to impose such a ban, amid mounting concern about the outbreak which has killed nearly 1,000 people.

    The ban covers Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, which are worst affected by Ebola, Ivorian officials said.

    It excludes Nigeria, where a tenth Ebola case has been confirmed…”

  5. Kosovo police net Iraq and Syria ‘militant suspects’ (BBC, Aug 11, 2014?

    “Forty men suspected of fighting in Iraq and Syria have been arrested by police in Kosovo, in an operation targeting Islamist extremists.

    Up to 200 Kosovo Albanians have travelled to the Middle East to fight and 16 of them have died, reports say.

    Some of those held are suspected of involvement in Islamic State (IS) and Syria’s Nusra Front.

    Several European countries are trying to stop people volunteering for militant groups.

    European Union ambassadors are expected to meet on Tuesday to consider ways of countering the group’s advance in Iraq, AFP news agency reports….”

  6. Potentially super-explosive situation developing in Iraq.

    Iraq’s Nuri al-Maliki digs in as President nominates new Prime Minister (CNN, Aug 11, 2014)

    “Iraqi President Fuad Masum nominated a new Prime Minister on Monday, further complicating the country’s intense power struggle amid a dire humanitarian crisis and a militant threat strong enough to draw U.S. air power back to the fray.

    In a ceremony attended by key members of the main Shiite bloc in Parliament, Masum nominated Haider al-Abadi to succeed a defiant Nuri al-Maliki, who had earlier vowed to hang on to power.

    It wasn’t clear what impact the situation would have on the country, which is already torn by a threat from Islamist militants so brutal that they crucify people and brag about it online.

    But in a sign that al-Maliki wouldn’t go quietly, he later appeared with mostly junior members of his party who announced that they would contest Masum’s decision in court…”

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