Links post 3 for Sept. 1 – 2014

1. Here is an interview I did with Stephen Coughlin about the imposition of World Wide Sharia we did on Dec 1 2012. I thought it might be interesting to look back at this in the light of what has happened since, especially in the past few months with the Islamic State having ben declared and the messages coming from there. After all, a model is only as good as its predictive value. So it might be instructive.

2. Now this would be an excellent way to stop terrorism and Islamic states from their endless corruption of Western civilization. Hopefully something like it will be available to the ordinary joe soon. And what a great excuse to drive to the Sea! Free fuel!

3. The UK set to make another horrifically bad decision as a way of dealing with the problem of Islamic sedition. 

(The right of exit is fundamental to a democracy. People who have not committed a crime must be allowed to leave. Once they have gone to fight a war for a power who has declared war on the UK however, not letting them back in isn’t just allowed, its mandatory)

4. The private school jihadist: As PM unveils new terror crackdown, a Scots girl incites bloody massacre on British streets 

  • Glasgow-born Aqsa Mahmood, 20, was educated at top private school
  • She left university last year to fight in Syria, now married and living there
  • Tweets Islamic State propaganda praising ‘brothers from Woolwich’
  • In June she wrote: ‘If you cannot make it to battlefield, bring it to yourself’
  • Police and security services have confirmed they are aware of Mahmood

5. U.S. military conducts operation in Somalia, Pentagon says

6. Iraq crisis: Acts of inhumanity on unimaginable scale – UN

The UN says it has received reports from Iraq that “reveal acts of inhumanity on an unimaginable scale”.

Deputy Human Rights Commissioner Flavia Pansieri said Islamic State (IS) was believed to have committed systematic and intentional attacks on civilians.

They include targeted killings, forced conversions, slavery, sexual abuse, and the besieging of entire communities.

The UN Human Rights Council has agreed to send an emergency mission to investigate the IS crimes.

Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, Bains, Maria J., and many more who have been sending in links and news. For other readers, many of the most interesting stories are linked in the comments. Its well worth clicking and reading them.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “Links post 3 for Sept. 1 – 2014”

  1. Saudis risk new Muslim division with proposal to move Mohamed’s tomb

    One of Islam’s most revered holy sites – the tomb of the Prophet Mohamed – could be destroyed and his body removed to an anonymous grave under plans which threaten to spark discord across the Muslim world.

    The controversial proposals are part of a consultation document by a leading Saudi academic which has been circulated among the supervisors of al-Masjid al-Nabawi mosque in Medina, where the remains of the Prophet are housed under the Green Dome, visited by millions of pilgrims and venerated as Islam’s second-holiest site. The formal custodian of the mosque is Saudi Arabia’s ageing monarch King Abdullah.

    more on the page :

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/saudis-risk-new-muslim-division-with-proposal-to-move-mohameds-tomb-9705120.html

  2. NYT – Beards in Prison Hold Next Religion Test for Supreme Court

    WASHINGTON — When the Supreme Court comes back from its summer break next month, it will pick up where it left off, returning to the subject of religious freedom. But the court’s focus will shift from corporations to prisoners.

    On the final day of the last term, in June, the justices ruled in the Hobby Lobby case that some corporations could refuse to provide contraception coverage to their workers on religious grounds.

    The new case, to be argued on Oct. 7, the second day of the next term, concerns whether prison officials may prohibit Muslim inmates from growing the beards required by their faiths.

    The juxtaposition of the two cases may color the justices’ analysis in the second one, said Marci A. Hamilton, a law professor at Cardozo Law School.

    “After going out on a limb by providing newfound rights to corporations,” she said, “are they now going to turn around and say that prisoners can’t grow beards?”

    The justices will apply a familiar legal test to decide the case. As in the Hobby Lobby case, they will consider whether the challenged government regulation placed a substantial burden on religious practices. If it did, the government must show that it had a compelling reason for the regulation and no better way to achieve it.

    The new case was brought by an Arkansas inmate, Gregory H. Holt, who is serving a life sentence for burglary and domestic battery. Mr. Holt, also known as Abdul Maalik Muhammad, sought to grow a half-inch beard.

    More than 40 state prison systems allow such beards, which are shorter than a dime. Most allow longer ones. The exceptions, according to Mr. Holt’s brief, are Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia.

    In Arkansas, prison regulations allow “neatly trimmed” mustaches, along with quarter-inch beards for inmates with dermatologic problems. Other kinds of beards are banned.

    more on the page :

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/03/us/beards-in-prison-hold-next-religion-test-for-supreme-court.html?ref=us&_r=0

  3. #2 Bring down the price.

    #5 Note that the only military operation we can conduct is aerial bombardment thanks to Obama gutting our ground and navel forces.

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