2. A Chris Hitchens moment on islam
Incident comes amid growing military tensions with neighbouring Russia, months after Sweden mounts unsuccessful hunt for suspected Russian submarine in its waters
Finland has fired warning shots at a suspected foreign submarine off the coast of Helsinki in the early hours of Tuesday morning, amid growing military tensions with neighbouring Russia.
Carl Haglund, Finland’s defence minister, did not say whether Russia was involved, but the incident was reminiscent of a Swedish hunt for a foreign submarine in its waters last October that many thought to be Russian.
Mr Haglund told Finnish media that the target has likely left the area, adding that Finland has rarely used such warning charges.
(At this point, when you see a headline like this or anything to do with rape of children, you pretty much just do a word search for Moha)
Lib Dem Mohammed Bashir won the Woking Borough Council seat in Surrey by 16 votes in May 2012 but a judge ruled there had been corrupt and illegal practices.
Charges were brought after police investigated allegations that postal votes were fraudulently submitted.
The Conservatives won a subsequent by-election, held in September 2013.
Shaukat Ali, 56, Parveen Akhtar, 48, Shamraiz Ali, 28, Sobia Ali Akhtar, 23, and Abid Hussain, 40, all from New Haw, Surrey, will be sentenced on 9 June at Reading Crown Court.
“Crude, risible pretenses about their ostensible support for the “bedrock principle” of free speech—a uniquely Western ideal—notwithstanding, the effort by Congressmen Ellison and Carson is designed to enforce antithetical Sharia-based restrictions on rational criticism of Islamic dogma, and the obvious effects of that dogmatism.”
Representatives Keith Ellison and Andre Carson doth takiya too much. In a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry, and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, the good Congressmen seek to ban Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders entry to the U.S. Mr. Wilders is slated to appear for a series of American events, beginning Wednesday, April 29, 2015, on Capitol Hill.
Malik Z. Shabazz, the Washington-based lawyer who helped plan protests that began peacefully but ended in violence Saturday in Baltimore, is helping to organize another, even larger rally for this Saturday, he announced Tuesday.
Shabazz said the “massive national rally” would address “the burn behind the burn” — the anger over social disparities and injustice that he suggested led to Monday night’s unrest. […] Shabazz, 48, and Nation of Islam members helped plan last Saturday’s march. Shabazz was heard saying, “Shut it down,” just before violence broke out.
7. ‘Protestors’ throw trash can of burning materials at police. (Presumably as part of a ritual to bring back their colleague from the dead)
Thank you ML., M., Andrew Bostom, Richard, Oz-Rita and all. More to come today pretty much for sure.