1. Projectile Hit SEPTA Train Minutes Before Amtrak Derailment in Philadelphia
A projectile hit a SEPTA train minutes before an Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia Tuesday night, SEPTA spokeswoman Jerri Williams confirmed.
Williams said investigators do not believe the SEPTA incident is related in any way to the derailment.
The projectile hit and busted the engineer’s window on a northbound SEPTA train that was headed to Trenton on tracks that run along the Amtrak rails, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. About 80 passengers were put on buses to continue their trip.
2. CBN: Meet the Nun Who’s Taking on ISIS
As ISIS carries out a genocide against Christians in the Middle East, one brave woman is standing up and risking her life to help the persecuted Church in Iraq and Syria. Sister Hatune Dogan is showing more courage than most Western leaders as she makes regular visits to the region to provide the victims of ISIS with food, clothing, medicine and shelter. At the same time, she sounds the alarm about Islamic jihadist ideology and is calling for Western leaders to step up before its too late.
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3. Egyptian Cleric Khaled Al-Gindi: Atheists Should Not Be Allowed Access to Egyptian Media
(The main point of this man’s argument is the amount of time locals have believed in things, which should make them above denial. Of course even a cursory look at the history of Islam now and at the time of their founder Mohamed, shows that islam as a central dogma takes for itself the compulsory duty to destroy the beliefs of all others even though those beliefs predate islam for thousands of years. Just ask any moderately aware Jewish person or have a look at the destruction of the 100 ft. stone buddhas in Afghanistan for a close up of that)
4. It appears the Daily Mail also felt the story initially posted at Info Wars on planned attacks for London had enough validity to dig into, and they posted a wealth of more information.
They have caused outrage and controversy by using their Twitter accounts to incite terror against the West and convince other extremists to join Islamic State’s murderous regime in Iraq and Syria.
Now Britons Junaid Hussain and Sally Jones – the married jihadists dubbed Mr and Mrs Terror – have escalated their sick activities from their bolthole in Syria by promoting terror attacks on London.
Student-turned-hacker Junaid, who goes by the alias Abu Hussain Al-Britani, is thought to have ‘pushed’ a terrorist profile known as ‘The Last Tweet’ which posted images of a suicide belt crammed with ball-bearings under #LondonAttack on Monday.
The hashtag and images prompted calls to the Metropolitan police after ISIS threatened to blow up part of Covent Garden in the capital within hours.
But no such attack occurred and Scotland Yard said the threat and the inflammatory hashtag ‘was not credible’.
5. Geert Wilders on Sean Hannity:
6. Men claiming to be with the Islamic State kill 43 on a Pakistani Bus
7. Explosions Kill 4 Egyptian Soldiers, 4 Civilians in Sinai
Egyptian security officials say four soldiers died when a bomb they were trying to diffuse exploded in northern Sinai, while a separate explosion killed four civilians.
The officials say two officers were among the dead in the explosion Wednesday near the city of Rafah, which borders the Gaza Strip.
Separately, security officials say an anti-tank mine exploded in a nearby area, killing four Bedouin tribesmen. They blamed the extremist Islamic State-affiliated Ansar Beit al-Maqdis group, saying it had intended to strike soldiers.
8. Brian Lilley compares and contrasts the CBC’s embarrassing hypocrisy of the CBC when it comes to the mohamed cartoon issue.
9. Undercover cop testifies to Jahanzeb Malik’s terrorist intentions
And then there was Jahanzeb Malik, the radical who trained with Al Qaeda in Libya, learned how to use explosives, was his unit commander’s right-hand man and tried to radicalize an undercover police officer by showing him videos of Islamic State beheadings and mass executions.
The former description came from Malik himself at the hearing before the Immigration and Refugee Board, which must decide whether to deport the 33-year-old permanent resident back to Pakistan, in light of government allegations that he wanted to blow up the consulate and other downtown Toronto buildings. […] “He said he was absolutely supportive of the cause, supportive of Al Qaeda,” the officer testified under questioning from government counsel Jessica Lourenco. “He also supported the Islamic State.” […]
“We had conversations about religion every single time we met. Mr. Malik would call me ‘student,’” the officer said, adding that Malik would “explain Islam” to him. He eventually got Malik to rent the house for $600 a month.
Malik said Muslims around the world were under attack, the officer testified, and that there were 80 countries that were against the Islamic State and Muslims. “He said believers were ready to die,” the officer testified.
Thank you M., Buck, Wrath of Khan, and all. Many more in fact and much more to come. Its gonna be a busy day.