1. Via Rail terror trial – The Kooky Koranic Krap the jury never heard
“We also had hate stickers a few months ago,” he says
Foreign Minister Gunnar Bragi Sveinsson said he had already informed current EU president Latvia and the European Commission about the cabinet’s move.
Iceland gave no reason for dropping its bid to join the 28-member bloc.
But after winning the 2013 elections two Eurosceptic parties said the nation already enjoyed most full membership benefits through deals with the EU.
5. Interesting US anti Iran-deal propaganda video
6. Turkey claims that a Canadian CSIS agent was responsible for getting 3 girls across the Turkish border into the Islamic State when in fact it was the Turks.
(Looking for the link on the discovery of the Turk element, but it is in a comment on an earlier post)
7. Japan appears to have stopped taking immigrants and refugees pretty much altogether. This is, for those howling strident anti-American leftists, what xenophobia actually looks like.
(Is the fact that more and more news sites use the word ‘jihad’ instead of more islam-sanitized adjectives a sign of changing policies or editorial slips?)
Another terrorist Perp walk video from Spain…
The Justice and Development (AK) Party’s deputy representative in Brussels, Asiye Bilgin, has said she will file a lawsuit after she was forced to take off her jacket at a secur?ty checkpoint in a French airport.
Bilgin, who wears an Islamic scarf, said on Wednesday she was asked by security personnel at Strasbourg Airport to take off her jacket even though she had told them that she was only wearing a sleeveless shirt underneath.
She said: “I have been living in Europe for 31 years.”
“Although I have faced many types of discrimination, I was never humiliated this much.”
After her first refusal to take off her jacket, a male security officer then loudly asked her to remove it, she said.
Bilgin replied that, as a Muslim woman, she could not take off her jacket in public and requested a private cabin.
She said she told the security officer: “What you are doing is against religious freedom and human rights.”
(No. It isn’t. However blowing up everyone all over the place, making flying an awful experience, constantly interfering with all other peoples and cultures and demanding everyone bends to your every savage whim while not adjusting one iota to anyone else’s beliefs or customs, now that is against freedom and human rights.)
Thank you M., Richard, Yucki, Buck, UK Pete, CB Sashenka and many more who wrote in. More to come. li