Links and news, obfuscations and guilt redirects links 4 on Jan. 9 – 2015

1. Watch: Explosions as police storm Paris supermarket

2. Police: Paris female suspect escapes

3. Caller to Lowell Green show today with guest host, Rob Snow

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Call to Lowel Green via Rob Snow Jan 9-2015_01     

(This caller has many similar views to my own!)

4. Abu Hamza jailed for life in US for terror offences

The hook-handed cleric, who only has one eye, was convicted of supporting terror organisations including the taking of Western hostages in Yemen, four of which were killed.

He was also found guilty of sending two followers to Oregon to establish a militant training camp and dispatching an associate to Afghanistan to aid al Qaida and the Taliban against the US.

Hamza also said: “Everyone was happy after 9-11”

5. Father Kills Five Children For Magic Powers

A Pakistani father-of-six is in hiding after allegedly strangling five of his children in the belief that he would gain magic powers.

Ali Nawaz Leghari, 40, killed the two girls and three boys – aged between three and 13 – in a village in the southern Sindh province, some 140 miles north of Karachi.

6. French president Hollande speaks on the three days of attacks and equivocates and covers for Islam

Thank you M., UK Pete, Tundra T. and many more.

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  1. BREITBART UN Secretary-General: French Terror Not ‘Religious War’–Just ‘Criminality’

    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told reporters on Friday in New York that the terror attacks in Paris, in which radical Muslims targeted a Jewish supermarket and a newspaper that had mocked Muhammad, were “criminality” that had nothing to do with religion.

    Signing a condolence book for the victims of the terror attacks, Ban said: “this is not a country, a war against religion or between religions–it is not anything on religion or belief by somebody or some country. This is a purely unacceptable terrorist attack–criminality.”

    Similarly, on Thursday, Ban told reporters at the UN that the terror attacks “should never be seen as a war of religion … for religion … or on religion.” He noted, as evidence, that one of the police killed outside the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris had himself been a Muslim.

    French President François Hollande expressed similar sentiments on Friday, telling the nation: “Those who committed these acts have nothing to do with the Muslim religion.”

    Ban appealed Friday for tolerance and for people to resolve differences through dialogue.

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