1. Muslim terrorist in Paris accidentally shoots himself on way to blow up churches but after killing woman in area called, “Jewish Village”
The U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations, a coalition of groups linked to the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood, defended Turkey ahead of Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day on Friday (April 24).
The Virginia-based Dar al-Hijrah mosque is going a step further and promoting a rally on that day to thank the Turkish government for its support of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The coalition published a statement on Monday, April 20, opposing any recognition of the genocide of Armenian Christians in 1915 by the Ottoman Turks. The USCMO claims that there hasn’t been a “proper investigation of these events by independent historians” and that the holiday risks alienating the Islamist government of Turkey.
(We have posted a number of articles saying this, some from Islamic State insiders and some claiming the number of Jihadis in Europe now is in the tens of thousands. But when the NATO chief says it, the alarms ring a little louder)
“There is no sign whatsoever that this flow of people is going to stop. “IS is using this to infiltrate further terrorist operatives into Europe.” “This is going to be a very, very big question to deal with for the refugee agencies.
“But we will need to be on our guard. “Migration is certainly one thing IS finds attractive.”
4. Anti Islamic State protest turns violent on the streets of Addis Abba
(Turn volume down for this one)
5. A reader has found a tasfir, (Authoritative and legal interpretation of koranic passage that can be used to create islamic law) which pretty much shows that making peace is a form of making mischief on the land, which is an offense that can bring the death penalty. I checked it with a scholar of sharia who confided this interpretation.
7. New video by Eric Allen Bell:
8. Interview with senior Islamic State member
Thank you Grace, Richard, Maria J., M., Eric Allen Bell, Wrath of Khan, and all who left thoughtful comments and important news links. More to come.