Arrests, demands, murder, riots, all-you-can-take buffet of horror: Links 1 on April 26 – 2015

1. Video from the Italian ministry of the interior on the arrest of a terror suspect the other day.

(To look at the guy in the second half of this video, you would never suspect he had any kind of terrorist leanings)

2. Dagestan: FSB kill 2 Islamic State actors in war like conditions. (I wonder who works at the Tourism bureau in Dagestan. I’m guessing at least one of the Clintons)

3. There appears to be some fairly serious rioting in Baltimore. What makes it interesting is CNN said on air that if people wanted to know about it, go look on the internet. Then they pulled down all their own coverage of it, which was precious little. At least according to various sources in my Twitter feed.

People at the baseball game were not allowed to leave the stadium for some time and an RT reporter was knocked down and had her bag and camera stolen by rioters. More.

4. Nations ned to protect their borders for the same reason people lock their doors.

5. Texas: Muslims murder woman for helping convert their daughter to Christianity

(And this is how sharia works. Not by an act of legislation or  even convention. But muslims just implement it without concern of the costs to the enforcer till people obey it out of fear.)

HOUSTON – Investigators say that an Iranian activist was gunned down by Jordanian immigrants in 2012 because they believed she helped convert their Muslim daughter to Christianity, reports CBS affiliate KHOU.

Gelareh Bagherzadeh, a 30-year-old researcher at MD Anderson, was shot to death outside her parents home in the Galleria area.

Ali Irsan, 57, is charged with capital murder in the case. His wife, Shmou Ali Alrawabdeh, and their 21-year-old son, Nasim, are charged with murder. Irsan is also reportedly accused of killing Coty Beavers, his daughter’s husband, 10 months after Bagherzadeh was shot to death. Coty Beavers was the twin brother of Bagherzadeh’s boyfriend.

(We have been tracking this killing as likely the result of islam in America since the day it happened. Initially, the suspicion was an agent of Iran as she was outspoken against the Iranian regime and its abuse of women. It turns out to be worse. Sharia apostate laws carried out in Texas)

6. UK: Labour would outlaw Islamophobia, says Miliband in an exclusive interview

(Readers of this site won’t need to have the implications of a law that makes criticism of a belief system illegal, explained to them. For others, please see Saudi Arabia and all other Islamic country’s laws on criticism of islam and see Europe in the early middle ages)

A future Labour Government is committed to outlaw the scourge of Islamophobia by changing the law and making it an aggravated crime, according to the Party’s Leader Ed Miliband.

“We are going to make it an aggravated crime. We are going to make sure it is marked on people’s records with the police to make sure they root out Islamophobia as a hate crime,” Miliband told the Editor of The Muslim News, Ahmed J Versi in a wide ranging exclusive interview.

“We are going to change the law on this so we make it absolutely clear of our abhorrence of hate crime and Islamophobia. It will be the first time that the police will record Islamophobic attacks right across the country,” he said.

Labour Party Manifesto pledged to take a “zero-tolerance approach to hate crime” regarding the growth of Islamophobia as well as anti-Semitism. “We will challenge prejudice before it grows, whether in schools, universities or on social media. And we will strengthen the law on disability, homophobic, and transphobic hate crime,” it said.

Despite voting for the new Counter Terrorism Act last month, Labour was also critical of the way the Government has cut funding and narrowed the focus of the controversial Prevent extremism programme, saying that much of the work to “engage Muslim communities has been lost.”

(Here is the second way that sharia takes hold. Opportunistic politicians ready to smash a thousand years of Magna Carta and individual rights for a shot at sitting in Parliament for a few years)

7. This one is a tad complex. Some years ago, the Uruguay government accepted a number of Gitmo detainees. It hasn’t worked out so well so far. In fact they have turned down a number of jobs to the annoyance of the current government, and are demanding that various governments increase their monthly welfare so they can bring their families over to sponge off of the state with them.

Last week they went in front of the US embassy and did the usual public display of prayer-threat when they didn’t get what they wanted right away.

8. Islamic State Seizes Dam, Kills Iraqi General, 127 Soldiers

U.S. officials said intelligence reports suggest the extremists had opened at least one of the dam’s gates, although darkness has hampered efforts to determine how much flooding, if any, resulted.

“It’s unlikely now the Iraqi defense ministry could be able to retake the dam from the group soon,” Faleh al-Issawi, deputy head of the Anbar provincial council, said by telephone.

(This article contains an almost ‘en passant’ reference to the IS deliberately trying to flood out a populated area. It is stunning that no details were given as it speaks to the motives and level of horror that the Islamic State actually operate under)

 

Thank you M., Liberty.Dk., CB Sashenka, Wrath of Khan, Richard, Yucki and many more and much more to come. Hopefully a very important Wilders clip from the Dutch Parliament if we can get it done today.

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7 Replies to “Arrests, demands, murder, riots, all-you-can-take buffet of horror: Links 1 on April 26 – 2015”

    • Obama and the left have been pushing for a race war since before he took office, we are now seeing the beginnings of this war. Look for more riots and many more black on white attacks, beatings and murders.

  1. 6. Read some of those comments very interesting. This is Muslim news for muslims:
    “How frightening that they can and will make a phobia a criminal offence”
    “A phobia is a fear. How can Miliband outlaw fear?”

  2. #7 Several months ago the country or Uruguay declared that they would take no more Middle Eastern Muslim refugees in (in violation of UN dictates) because they don’t comport with their culture. They particularly cited the Gitmo detainees for failure to take jobs and the burden they placed on the gov’t. I laugh in a black humor sort of way that these Gitmo thugs are demanding that their families come to Uruguay and that the gov’t facilitate them…
    Hurrah to Uruguay for stating the obvious!
    I just wonder how much the US paid Uruguay to take the Gitmo thugs in the first place… Obviously not enough!

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