We seem to be back in action with a working machine that has access to what we need to operate here at Vlad Tepes. I did notice one interesting thing though on the way to deal with the problem. A woman on the bus was reading a self help book, apparently on how to deal with muslim children. Also yesterday I built a large post with a lot of important material and hit the move to trash button instead of publish. It may take a while to catch up.
You can see the bag of stones at the top right of the photo
2. Code Pink and Hizb’allah. Protesting Israel together like the totalitarian psychos they are. The difference being, only one of them is self aware enough to know that they are such while one of them think they are fighting for liberal values.
5. The first plane load of Iranian goods arrives in Yemen.
6. Adil Charkaoui busted by Quebec media as a Bin Laden supporter
The Islamic Society of Boston (ISB), whose Cambridge mosque the Boston Marathon bombers attended during their increasing radicalization, was in large part established with money from Saudi Arabian elites. Indeed, former Saudi Minister of Petroleum Zaki Yamani gave the keynote speech at the celebration marking the transfer of public City of Boston land to the ISB for less than 10% of its market value to build the ISBCC mega-mosque. Now, for the first time, Americans for Peace and Tolerance is making publicly available the names of wealthy Saudi and Gulf sources who together paid for over $8.6 million of the ISBCC mega-mosque’s $15.6 million price tag.
The Saudi donation records were recovered from the Islamic Society of Boston’s direct bank records, which were turned over to APT under court order during the ISB’s failed attempt to sue its critics for libel. A listing of donor names, donation dates, and dollar amounts, as well as the raw financial records in pdf form are included in this release. There are multiple questionable Saudi and Gulf sources among these documents. We welcome the public’s help in crowdsourcing the ongoing investigation into the backgrounds of the listed individuals.
Iran has rejected as “excessive and illogical” a demand by US President Barack Obama that it freeze sensitive nuclear activity for at least 10 years.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif was quoted saying Mr Obama spoke in “unacceptable and threatening” terms.
Mr Zarif said talks on Iran’s nuclear programme, which are nearing a critical 31 March deadline, would continue.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to urge the US Congress on Tuesday to oppose a deal.
Fierce clashes are taking place around the Iraqi city of Tikrit, as soldiers and militiamen attack Islamic State positions in the centre, officials say.
Battles were reported in the suburb of al-Dour, the western al-Zuhur district, the northern area of Qadisiya, and near the Teaching Hospital in the south.
But the government advance has been slowed by roadside bombs planted by IS.
The parents, citing their Islamic beliefs and love for the girl, fought in court to keep her on machines despite the advice of doctors. Two Alberta courts eventually ruled the girl should be allowed to die and the Supreme Court declined to intervene.
An autopsy showed M died of head trauma and starvation.
Steil told court the mother’s concern was only for her son. “She often told us she missed her boy and asked when she could see him. She asked whether he missed her and if he asked about her.”
The boy never did, Steil said. The mother didn’t inquire about her surviving daughter.
“At some point, S will face the knowledge that her parents provided for her brother, but did not do the same for her and her sister,” Steil said.
In June, the father of the twins was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
The Algerian couple married in 2007 and moved to Canada a year later.
To protect the identity of their surviving children, neither of the parents can be named.
Thank you M., Don C., Wrath of Khan, Richard and many more. Still playing Catch-up. Much more to come.