Leftism, Islam and antisemitism. All the pieces fall together: Links 3 for Oct. 15 – 2015

1. UK Special Envoy to Yemen Alan Duncan Claims US Controlled by Jewish Bankers

2. My father was a Hamas leader. I was an Israeli spy

Channel4 documentary

3. The New Jihadi Plan to Capture Baghdad

4. CNN: Al Qaeda resurgent in Yemen amid political turmoil

CNN) — The latest “Worldwide Caution” issued by the U.S. State Department last week made for grim reading, telling of “an increased likelihood of reprisal attacks against U.S., Western and coalition partner interests throughout the world, especially in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and Asia.”

5. Police chief warns of more Rotherham-style abuse cases
Generic shot of a girl leaning against a wallNorfolk’s police chief says there could be tens of thousands of UK child victims each year

More child sexual exploitation scandals like the one that happened in Rotherham will be uncovered in the coming months, a police chief has said.

Norfolk Chief Constable Simon Bailey told the Guardian that child sex crimes had “for too long been hidden”.

He also said teachers and doctors should do more to spot signs of abuse.

At least 1,400 children were sexually exploited in Rotherham from 1997 to 2013, mainly by gangs of men of Pakistani heritage.

6. Newest Islamic State Threat Video. (Better watch it fast YT is out to delete!)

Thank you Wrath of Khan, UK Pete, M., and all. I am quite certain there is more to come.

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17 Replies to “Leftism, Islam and antisemitism. All the pieces fall together: Links 3 for Oct. 15 – 2015”

  1. NEW ISIS VIDEO – American ISIS Fighter Threatens to Chop off Heads of American, French Soldiers; Put Flag of Islam on White House

    In its most recent video message, ISIS has warned President Barack Obama that the group will chop off the heads of every American, French or any other soldier from any country, who steps into Iraq.

    The latest video released by the ISIS titled ‘Wait, We are also Waiting’ features Islamic State militants from the US, France and Germany. In the course of the 9.14 minute video, each ISIS militant takes turn to warn the US, France and Germany against coming to Iraq and Syria.

    The video was posted on YouTube by the ISIS media cell, but was removed later. (View Archieved ISIS Video – Wait, We are also waiting ) ( link on the page )

    The militants claim that they were speaking from Dabiq, a Syrian town which as per Islamic mythology will be the final battle ground during the apocalypse.

    Speaking first, the Islamic State fighter from the US says: “We are waiting for you in Dabiq, We are waiting for you in Iraq. Bring a coalition of unbelievers, the puppet apostates, they can’t help you the least.”

    “We take their weaponry as booties and these people will die,” he says. “I know this, You can’t come into Sham, You can’t come into Iraq and take it.”

    The ISIS fighter then goes on to threaten American and says that the group will eventually put the Black flag of Islam on White House.

    Commenting on the US-coalition bombings, he adds, “The bombs that you drop on us will not divert from our plans, it only strengthens us.”

    Speaking after him, an ISIS fighter from France calls the French President Francois Hollande a ‘swine.’

    “We know you have spent and lost millions on destroying Islam. But a time is coming, when Allah will put a new respect in your heart, but before that a great defeat will befall you,” the ISIS fighter from France says in the video.

    He is then followed by an ISIS fighter from Germany, who dares America, Germany, Australia, the Dutch or anyone to come and fight the group in Iraq. “Come, we have been waiting for you for 1,400 years,” he says.

    The German ISIS fighter then goes on to call US President Barack Obama and German chancellor Angela Merkel ‘filthy liars.’

    He concludes by calling on all Muslims from France, Germany and Switzerland to come to Dabiq to join forces to fight for the final battle to establish an Islamic Kingdom.


  2. #6

    To anybody who doesn’t really believe that there is such a thing as “brainwashing”, I say watch this video. Did you see that German guy, white as Andy of Mayberry, just lost in his Islamic rapture as he chants, “come home…come home…” – like he thinks his home is in the middle of the Arabian Desert? That could be your next door neighbor if Islam is allowed to spread in the West. Be afraid, folks. What are you going to do if they start converting people by the thousands in places like Ferguson Missouri or Detroit Michigan?

    • Air France Flight Grounded in Madrid Over Suspected Ebola Virus Case

      Passenger on the Flight Showed Symptoms of Ebola, Including Shaking, an Official Said

      MADRID—An Air France aircraft flying from Paris was grounded at its Madrid destination Thursday over concerns that one of the passengers showed potential symptoms of Ebola.

      Officials for the French airline, the Spanish government and the Madrid airport said the passenger had fallen ill during the flight and would be tested for the virus.

      The person in question on Air France flight 1300—with 156 passengers on board, as well as two pilots and five crew members—showed symptoms of Ebola, including shaking, said a spokeswoman for Air France in Madrid.

      It wasn’t clear what, if any, other symptoms the passenger showed. And those passengers were likely to be given the go ahead to disembark Thursday afternoon Madrid time, the spokeswoman said.

      Spain’s state-owned broadcaster RTVE said the passenger was of Nigerian origin and had started the journey in Lagos.

      The aircraft, an Airbus A321, left Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport at 0735 GMT and arrived in Madrid Barajas airport at 0940 GMT, the spokeswoman said.


  3. Attacks in Baghdad kill at least 38 people

    BAGHDAD (AP) — Militants unleashed a wave of attacks on Thursday targeting Shiite areas in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, killing at least 38 people and wounding dozens, officials said.

    The deadliest attack took place when two parked car-bombs exploded simultaneously in a commercial area in the northern Dolaie neighborhood, killing 14 civilians and wounding 34 others, a police officer said.

    In the eastern neighborhood of Talibiyah, a suicide bomber rammed his explosives-laden car into a police check point, killing at least 12 people, another police officer said. The dead in that attack included seven policemen and five civilians, he added. At least 28 other people were wounded.

    Six other civilians were killed and 16 wounded in another car bomb explosion on a commercial street in the northern Hurriyah district, police said.

    And in the northern Shula neighborhood, six civilians were killed and 18 wounded when mortar rounds rained down on a residential area, police added.

    Medical officials confirmed the causality figures. All officials spoke on condition of anonymity as they were not authorized to release information to the media.

    The heavily guarded capital has been under nearly daily attacks by Sunni militants who have overrun vast areas in western and northern Iraq (as well as neighboring Syria) since early this year. The Islamic State group, an al-Qaida breakaway group, and other Sunni militant groups have vowed to destabilize and eventually take over Baghdad.

    Thursday’s explosions have brought the death toll from attacks since Sunday to at least 150 people, mostly in Baghdad, according to an Associated Press tally. No group has taken credit for Thursday’s attacks.


  4. Pakistan court upholds Asia Bibi death sentence

    A Pakistani court has upheld the death penalty for a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy in 2010.

    Asia Bibi was found guilty of making derogatory comments about the Prophet Muhammad during an argument with a Muslim woman.

    The Lahore High Court rejected her appeal against the sentence passed by a lower court. Her lawyers have vowed to take the case to the Supreme Court.

    Ms Bibi’s sentence in 2010 sparked global condemnation.

    Two prominent politicians – Punjab governor Salman Taseer and minorities minister Shahbaz Bhatti – were both murdered the following year for calling for reforms to blasphemy laws in the wake of her trial.

    Ms Bibi consistently denied the allegations against her, saying they stemmed from an argument with a group of women over a pot of water.

    Blasphemy is a highly sensitive issue in Pakistan. Critics argue that blasphemy laws are frequently misused to settle personal scores and that members of minority groups are often unfairly targeted.

    Since the 1990s, scores of Christians have been convicted for desecrating the Koran or for blasphemy.

    While most of them have been sentenced to death by the lower courts, many sentences have been overturned due to lack of evidence.

    Muslims constitute a majority of those prosecuted, followed by minority Ahmadis.


  5. Oklahoma [ Muslim ] woman asked to sign a petition telling Muslims to “go home”

    A metro woman says fear about her religion led to an unusual encounter this week.

    The Muslim woman says a woman asked her to sign a petition asking that all Muslims “go home.”

    The run-in took place this week outside a gas station in Del City.

    “Muslims are a peaceful people,” said Deb Beneta. “I wish people would see us as humans and not this mythical Muslim monster.”

    Unfortunately for Deb, fear of the religion may be near an all-time high.

    ISIS, the group of Islamic extremists known for beheading Western hostages in the name of Islam, and a brutal attack at Vaughan Foods has many people on edge about the religion.

    “Being Muslim doesn’t mean you’re from another country. I am an American,” said Beneta.

    This week, Deb says a woman approached her and asked her to sign a strange petition.

    “She said, ‘It’s to send Muslims back to where they came from.’ I said, ‘I am a Muslim, but I’m an American, so where do you plan to send me?” said Beneta.

    The petition in question only had a couple of signatures, so Deb doesn’t think the petitioner was part of a larger effort.

    Deb simply wishes people would be better educated about the realities of Islam. 🙂 🙂 🙂

    “It just offended me that someone would say I don’t belong here,” said Beneta. “I think some of the most dangerous people are non-educated people who have been stimulated by hate or fear.”

    Deb says she did offer to sign the petition, but after she said she was Muslim, the unnamed petitioner left without further confrontation.

    video on the page


  6. Yousef (Son of Hamas) clearly stated the nuanced view of the conflict and his sense of morality is very much apparent, unlike the hostile and ignorant Channel 4 propagandist who has no ability to understand anything but the talking points of the terrorists.

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