Geopolitics and Islam. If you can’t adapt and react to change, ask Darwin what happens. Links 4 on Jan. 19 – 2015

It appears more and more likely that the government of Iran murdered the prosecutor in the terrorism case in Argentina. There is great material showing up and I will post all the links that seem good but I am going to be putting my time into the recent flurry of media activity in Quebec about the mosques and schools funding for terror programs. It looks quite interesting. But this case does remind one of that sweet young expat Iranian human rights activist that was murdered in Texas a couple of years ago, who’s death was never satisfactorily explained.

1. Alberto Nisman Death: Judge Seizes Evidence, Initial Autopsy Findings Released

Ariel Lijo, the Argentinian judge who received a 300 page complaint from Special Prosecutor Alberto Nisman alleging the involvement of President Cristina ?Fernández de Kirchner and other senior officials in covering up Iranian culpability for the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires, has ordered immediate measures to protect the evidence gathered by Nisman, who was found dead in suspicious circumstances in his apartment earlier today.

Local newspaper Perfil reported that Lijo ordered the seizure of all documentation referred to in the complaint, as well as a number of disks reportedly containing recordings of wiretaps that were provided to Nisman, and which allegedly include direct communications between Iranian and Argentine officials over the investigation into the AMIA bombing, which Nisman assumed responsibility for in 2006.

2. Did Iran Murder Argentina’s Crusading Prosecutor Alberto Nisman?

3. Fausta’s blog has been tracking Islam in Latin America for years now and his this post on it.

4. Islamic State video of exceptional vulgar mutilated heads and apparently a decapitation. I didn’t watch it that far. Link here for proof they do this. It isn’t recommended watching for anyone who already knows they do.

5. This is a decent watch for those of you who have any concerns about the safety of your various passwords. Its a worthwhile couple of minutes for your personal security.

6. ISIS execute 13 football fans by firing squad for watching Iraq play Jordan on TV in Islamist-controlled Mosul

ISIS militants have executed 13 teenage boys for watching the Asian Cup football match between Iraq and Jordan last week.

The young football fans had been caught watching the game on television in the Iraqi city of Mosul, which is controlled by the Islamic State.

The teenagers were rounded up and publicly executed by a firing squad using machine guns, anti-ISIS activist group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently reports.

Horrifying: ISIS militants rounded up the 13 teenage boys, whose only crime was watching football on television, and executed then by firing squad in Mosul, and Iraqi city under ISIS control (stock image)

Horrifying: ISIS militants rounded up the 13 teenage boys, whose only crime was watching football on television, and executed then by firing squad in Mosul, and Iraqi city under ISIS control (stock image)

‘The bodies remained lying in the open and their parents were unable to withdraw them for fear of murder by terrorist organisation,’ the group writes on their website.

(Is there anything those zany characters of the Islamic State won’t execute a a fellow for and then display their mutilated bodies on the internet and on public sidewalks? Stay tuned right here to find out no doubt tomorrow with the next round of wonton death and torture from, The Religion of Peace

Quebec mosque and school expose

The Quebec expose is quite something. I have heard reports from Montreal that RCMP in uniform appeared to be guarding at least one shopping mall in a fairly enriched area of Montreal already in what our source said was “unprecedented” and that she had never seen RCMP inside the mall before.

There are now many news videos about this which we are working on getting subtitled. Some are in denial actually quoting the mosque-holders and schools claiming that people had put the pamphlets and books in the organizations without their knowledge etc. But many of the videos and articles are busting ICNA and MAC wide open, which is, for those of us who have been following this, long long overdue.

Much more to come on this, hopefully tonight.

Blazing Catfur has this up now 


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25 Replies to “Geopolitics and Islam. If you can’t adapt and react to change, ask Darwin what happens. Links 4 on Jan. 19 – 2015”

  1. Morroccan man killed in ‘Islamophobic’ attack in southern France (ibtimes, Jan 18, 2015)

    “A Muslim man was stabbed 17 times in front of his wife in a suspected Islamophobic attack.

    Mohamed El Makouli, 47, was attacked by a 28-year-old intruder who forced his way into his home in the village of Beaucet, near Avignon in southern France, shouting “I am your god, I am your Islam”, before stabbing him, the National Observatory Against Islamophobia said. Observatory president Abdallah Zekri condemned the attack as “a horrible Islamophobic attack”.

    The attacker returned with another knife and stabbed the father of one again, killing him.

    El Makouli’s 31-year-old wife, Nadia, suffered wounds to her hands during the attack, which occurred in the early hours of Wednesday morning, before fleeing the home with her child to alert police.

    The attacker was found at the scene of the attack in an incoherent state, and has been admitted to a psychiatric hospital in Montfavet, a source close to the investigation told AFP.

    The attacker has reportedly been diagnosed as schizophrenic, and was charged with murder, attempted murder, and possession of drugs.

    Police said they would investigate allegations of Islamophobia when they interviewed him.

    More than 50 Islamophobic incidents have been reported by the Central Council of Muslims in France after attacks by Islamist terrorists in Paris which left 17 dead.

    The source said he did not think it was “a purely Islamophobic act,” although he admitted that the events of the past week could have “stirred up fear and a rise in adrenaline”.

    The attack comes after Khaled Idris Bahray, 20, an Eritrean-born Muslim, was found dead in the early hours of Tuesday in Dresden, the day after a rally in the city by anti-Islam group Pegida.”

  2. Myanmar extremist Buddhist monk Wirathu calls UN envoy ‘a whore’ (ibtimes, Jan 19, 2015)

    “Myanmar’s ultra-nationalist Buddhist monk Wirathu has called the UN’s special rapporteur for human rights in Burma a “whore” during a public address in Yangon.

    The leader of the controversial 969 nationalist movement hit back at Yanghee Lee for an earlier comment in defence of the stateless Rohingya Muslims, who are persecuted in the country’s western Rakhine state.

    In a video made public and translated by the Democratic Voice of Burma, Wirathu calls Yanghee Lee a “bitch” for expressing human rights concerns over the Race Protection Laws.

    The legislation, proposed by Buddhist nationalist groups, includes new regulations on religious conversion, interfaith marriage, population control and monogamy, with critics complaining that it will foster sectarianism and limit women’s freedom in the divided country.

    “We have already made public our Race Protection Law, but without even studying it, this bitch [kaungma in Burmese] keeps on complaining about how it is against human rights!” Wirathu shouted.

    “Can this whore really be from a respectable family background?” he asked to the crowd, which promptly replied “No!”

    “Don’t assume you are a respectable person, just because you have a position in the UN,” the monk continued. “In our country, you are just a whore.You may offer your arse to the kalars [derogatory term for Muslims] but you will never sell off our Rakhine state.””

    • The reaction from Burmese friends, who are staunchly anti-Muslim and entirely share Wirathu’s sentiments about the UN, is that as a monk he oughtn’t to be using such colourful language. The Irrawaddy is allowing comments on the story and most of those are disapproving as well. Wirathu might want to tone it down a bit to avoid estranging fellow Burmese Buddhists, all the more important since both Burma and Bangladesh are high up the jihadi hit list.

      • Which is not to say I didn’t enjoy his remarks myself.

        Southeast Asian Fronts Loom Closer to Jihad

        …AQ leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in a 2013 video message commemorat[ed] the twelfth anniversary of the September 11 attacks. As part of the 72-minute message, he raised the profile of the two lands, stating:

        Before I conclude, I wish to point out two great tragedies in East Asia. The first tragedy is that of the Muslims in Burma, who are being eaten by the brutality of the Buddhists, and before whose suffering the West is silent…

        The second tragedy is that of the Muslims in Bangladesh, where Islam is being clearly fought, and its scholars are killed, imprisoned, and chastised, and thousands of Muslims in the streets are killed, and the atheist government protects those who publicly ridicule the Prophet of Islam…

  3. We are spying on you, and since you know, it follows we are the most transparent. More so; we are introducing massive cultural enrichment, and since you know, it again follows we are the most transparent. And so on…

    UK government ‘most transparent’ in the world (BBC, Jan 20, 2015)

    “The UK government is the most open and transparent in the world, according to global rankings looking at public access to official data.

    But web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee, whose organisation compiled the table, says the country has “a long way to go” before it has a fully open government.

    Eighty-six countries were assessed for how easy their governments make it for state information to be analysed.

    The US and Sweden come second and third in the rankings….”

  4. Really looks like no one likes Muslims down there. Not even the Muslims themselves.

    Australia asylum: Abbott says Manus Island blockade ‘broken’ (BBC, Jan 20, 2015)

    “Australian leader Tony Abbott says an asylum-seeker protest at an offshore detention camp has been “broken”.

    His comments came after guards at the Manus Island camp in Papua New Guinea (PNG) entered a compound where hunger-striking detainees had barricaded themselves in.

    Some asylum seekers were reportedly arrested in the operation, which came amid an intensifying week-long protest.

    But a campaigner says hundreds of asylum seekers remain on hunger strike.

    Australia sends all asylum seekers arriving by boat to camps in PNG and the Pacific territory of Nauru for detention and processing.

    The policy of detaining asylum seekers offshore – intended as a deterrent – has been criticised by rights groups.

    Reports from the centre are hard to verify. The media is not allowed access to the site and statements from officials and refugee advocates cannot be confirmed independently.

    Protests began at the Manus Island camp last week and two days ago reports emerged that some detainees had barricaded themselves into one compound.

    Guards, reportedly wearing riot gear, entered the compound on Monday afternoon.

    “There was a well-organised, well-coordinated protest in some parts of the Manus centre. It amounted to a blockade,” Mr Abbott said.

    “The important thing is that order has been restored,” he added. “The blockade of the compound had been lifted.”

    Australian Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said a “degree of force” was used, but said the situation “didn’t escalate to the point where the police had to present themselves and be in conflict with the people that are in the centre”.

    Ian Rintoul, a spokesman for campaign group Refugee Action Coalition, told the BBC 58 people had been arrested.

    The guards are said to have been searching for alleged detainee ring-leaders, who have been accused by Australian authorities of instigating the protest.

    Several detainees are said to have been taken to a solitary confinement unit at the centre. There were also reports of minor injuries, mainly among the detainees.

    The situation at the other compounds at the camp is not clear. According to Mr Rintoul, hundreds of asylum seekers are still on hunger strike.

    On whether protests continued at the centre, Mr Dutton said: “There will still be some people who refuse to take water or food and will self-harm and we don’t want to see that.”

    Tensions have escalated at the centre since the protest began last Tuesday. Several detainees have reportedly been harming themselves by sewing their lips together and swallowing blades and washing power.

    The health of those on hunger strike has worsened, with accusations that the authorities stopped providing water, as well as food, to some detainees.

    However, the authorities denied this, instead accusing the detainees of preventing the deliveries. Mr Dutton has also accused the asylum seekers of aggressive and disruptive behaviour.

    The detainees are reportedly protesting against a plan to move those of them who have been officially recognised as refugees to Lorengau, the capital of Manus province.

    The detainees are said to be afraid that they will be attacked by local people if they are moved to Lorengau….”

  5. BBC Democracy Day: Europe ‘faces political earthquakes’ (BBC, Jan 20, 2015)

    “Political earthquakes could be in store for Europe in 2015, according to research by the Economist Intelligence Unit for the BBC’s Democracy Day.

    It says the rising appeal of populist parties could see some winning elections and mainstream parties forced into previously unthinkable alliances.

    Europe’s “crisis of democracy” is a gap between elites and voters, EIU says.

    There is “a gaping hole at the heart of European politics where big ideas should be”, it adds.

    Low turnouts at the polls and sharp falls in the membership of traditional parties are key factors in the phenomenon….”

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