1. Indian Islamic Cleric Leads Memorial Prayer for Charlie Hebdo Attackers
2. Al Qaeda Yemen claims responsibility for Paris attack
3. Charlie Hebdo sells out within minutes; more copies scheduled for release
(20 minute video where this appointee is alleged to want to model schools after madrases is here. I have not watched it yet)
5. PJ Media asks: Is the White House a ‘Sleeper Cell’?
(Given the insane statement by Obama yesterday on how they will prevent terror by submitting to islamic sensitivities on what is published and what is not, I would have to say it is, and it has been awakened)
I’m still trying to figure out why Obama — or any high-level U. S. government official other than Eric Holder, who was in Paris but evidently had better things to do — didn’t join the nearly 4 million people who marched throughout France protesting the terror killings at #CharlieHebdo and the Hyper Cacher market. White House press secretary Josh Earnest has admitted the mistake and apologized (perhaps a little wishy-washily, but we’ll give him a pass), informing us that, unfortunately, there just wasn’t enough time to arrange presidential security for the trip.
A French Muslim coffee shop owner has received death threats after displaying a sign reading “Je suis Charlie” outside his London café. Adel Defilaux says a man stormed into his business, The Antishop, in Brick Lane, East London, at 9.30 yesterday morning, demanding he take the sign down.
However, Mr Defilaux remained defiant, at which point the man became aggressive and warned that anyone who supported the French magazine should die.
Mr Defilaux told the London Evening Standard: “He came in very aggressively and he told me to remove the sign. I asked him why and he said his community was offended by it and said if I didn’t remove it something bad was going to happen.
Thank you M., ML., GoV., and many more. More to come.