More direction indicators. Links 4 on March 24 – 2015

1. Gaza Professor of Koran: When Fish Fight Other Fish, It’s Because of the Jews

2. Calgary Police Double Standards? ‘Heil Hitler’ vs ‘White Power’

3. ISIS Member Who Claims To Be En Route From UK To Syria: British Preacher Anjem Choudary Is An Informer

the only one who could have betrayed them was Choudary, Omar Al-Hussein said.

(This would explain a great deal. Choudary gets protection from the state because they think he is an informer when really he just hands them a few turds now and again that he figures are no real benefit to the Islamic State anyway. Win win for Anjem)

4. Gaza Islamic Lecturer Tahani Abu Jaza (or the ghost of Christmas yet to come): Islam Defends the Rights of Women

5. MEMRI article on Iranian anti-American naval strategy and arguably of increased recent threats

6. Concerning the plane crash, Adam asks:

Whats weird about that crash is that its just small bits of debris. With that much devastation, Id at least expect to see some sort of an impact mark with fan-out of the debris from there. After all, it was probably going about 450 MPH when it hit. Looks kind of like it was already destroyed before it ever hit the ground.

7. Students at Canadian University Vote in Favor of BDS

The student union at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, has voted in support of the global Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, the CBC reported on Tuesday.

(How many votes did the CBC cast?)

Thank you Yucki, M., Adam, CB Sashenka and all.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

21 Replies to “More direction indicators. Links 4 on March 24 – 2015”

    • Something decent still happening in Afghanistan, presumably not for much longer.

      The Honorary Afghan: Nancy Hatch Dupree

      ‘The goal of the new foundation is to raise awareness and broaden knowledge about the history and culture of the people of Afghanistan and to support the research efforts of the Centre which houses thirty eight thousand documents including unique books and films related to Afghanistan’s history.’

      That fire will toast more than a marshmallow.

  1. China executes three over Kunming station attack (BBC, March 24, 2015)

    “Three men convicted of involvement in the Kunming knife attack have been executed, a court in China says.

    Iskandar Ehet, Turgun Tohtunyaz and Hasayn Muhammad were convicted in September of murder and terrorism offences.

    The attack at Kunming station in March 2014, left 31 people dead and more than 140 injured. It caused shock across China.

    Beijing blamed it on Muslim extremists from Xinjiang, next to Central Asia….”

  2. Boko Haram crisis: ‘About 500’ Nigeria children missing (BBC, March 25, 2015)

    “About 500 children aged 11 and under are missing from a Nigerian town recaptured from militants, a former resident of Damasak has told the BBC.

    A trader in the north-eastern town told Reuters news agency that Boko Haram fighters took the children with them when they fled.

    Troops from Niger and Chad seized Damasak earlier in March, ending months of control by the Islamist militants.

    A regional force has recently been helping Nigeria take on the insurgents.

    The senator representing the north of Borno state, Maina Maaji Lawan, told the BBC’s Nigeria correspondent, Will Ross, the case in Damasak was typical and many hundreds of children are missing….”

  3. Saudi Arabia moves military equipment to border with Yemen (guardian, March 25, 2015)

    “Saudi Arabia is moving heavy military equipment including artillery to areas near its border with Yemen, US officials have said, raising the risk that the Middle East’s top oil power will be drawn into the worsening conflict.

    The buildup follows an advance by Iranian-backed Houthi Shia militants who took control of the capital Sana’a in September and seized the central city of Taiz at the weekend as they move closer to the new southern base of the US-backed president, Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

    The armour and artillery being moved by Saudi Arabia could be used for offensive or defensive purposes, two US government sources said, while two other US officials said the buildup appeared to be defensive.

    One US government source described the size of the Saudi buildup on Yemen’s border as “significant” and said the Saudis could be preparing air strikes to defend Hadi if the Houthis attack his refuge in the southern seaport of Aden.

    Another US official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Washington had acquired intelligence about the Saudi buildup – but there was no immediate word on the location of or size of the force deployed….”

  4. @ 5 – That game has been played a lot and if the nation the people are informing to know they are a double agent they can learn a lot from the false information.

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