Hizballah wants to raise the violence in the middle east by a few notches and more: Links 1 on May 23 – 2015

1. Ottawa’s organizer of the attempted Draw whatever figure you want day, at Parliament hill was interviewed on Sam Sorbo yesterday morning. Results are below:

(Diana West was a guest on the same show right before Alexandra)

2. This appears to be one of those non-existent convoys of Islamic State jihadis in long rows of Toyota Land Rovers and Humvees that the US government asked the media not to show because really it is just the odd Volkswagen hippie van with its lights out that can’t possibly be found in the desert at night cause they turn their lights out. Upload date was the 23rd May 2015

3. Shiia muslims protest in Katif Saudi Arabia.

(Iran from time to time stirs the Shiia pot in the KSA to let the Saudi Royals know that the roughly 15% of Shiia muslims in that part of the world are capable of being problematic for them and that Iran can use them as a lever)

4. Turkish police injured in clashes over Morsi death sentence

At least 11 Turkish police officers were injured in clashes with Islamist demonstrators in the Kurdish-majority southeast who were protesting the death sentence given by an Egyptian court to former president Mohamed Morsi, the provincial governor said Saturday.

The protesters had gathered outside a mosque in the Diyarbakir province following Friday prayers and read out a statement denouncing the verdict, chanting “God is great”, an AFP photographer said.

(The video shows the same calculated propaganda trick of the three fingers and other Ikhwan/Muslim Brotherhood symbols we saw in demos in Ottawa and across the world after Morsi’s arrest. Also no one but no one should translate allah as God for the same reason no one should translate Santa Clause as Beelzebub. The attributes are that different.)

5. BELGRADE – Image showing how killed terrorists in Kumanovo were welcomed in Kosovo, with honors as if they are national heroes, toured the Europe without provoking any reaction, writes “Blic”.

Lifeless bodies of nine Albanian terrorists who were killed in Kumanovo were transported to Pristina, where they were welcomed by a large number of citizens and representatives of KLA with the flags of Albania. The bodies were returned to Kosovo after relatives of the killed terrorists organized a protest in front of the building of the Government of Kosovo demanding from Macedonia to extract the bodies of the killed. KLA association announced that the funeral of killed Albanians will be done with full military honors, after the bodies are autopsied once again in Kosovo.

A formal welcome of the killed terrorist did not cause any reaction of the European Union nor the international community. Image that went all around the world was condemned only by the Macedonian media, reminding that 8 police officers were killed in terrorist attacks, while more than 30 were injured.

6. Pupil sent bullets after Charlie Hebdo Tribute

Teachers and students at a French school rallied Thursday in support of a pupil who received death threats for publishing an edition of the school newspaper in support of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

The student, 17-year-old Louis, published a special edition of the paper in January after Islamists went on a killing spree on the streets of Paris that left 17 people dead and saw the capital gripped with fear for three days.

Two of them stormed the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo killing 12 people, including journalists and police officers, and sparking a global outpouring in support of free speech.

The school paper edition — titled “Je Suis Charlie” (“I am Charlie”) after the slogan that went viral following the attack — included poems, opinion pieces and drawings.

It did not include any of the caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed published by Charlie Hebdo that had angered the Islamists.

“It was a tribute to the 17 victims without discrimination — for Jews, journalists, police officers,” Louis, whose surname was not given, told AFP.

Police have opened an inquiry into the death threats against him, including seven letters in total, two of which contained bullets.

(So not not showing the cartoons made no difference. He is still threatened with death for merely supporting the rights of those who did. I think this tells us all we need to know. Or at least should do. I wonder if a T shirt that read: “We are all Neville Chamberlain” would sell with a CBC, BBC, MSNBC and logos of all the other media too cowardly to show any of the designs offensive to the tards and a big picture of Neville Chamberlain, maybe with the motto, ‘If at first you don’t succeed’. Or perhaps, ‘It didn’t work last time but one never knows’)

7. Everyone has role to play in ‘existential’ Syria battle: Nasrallah

BEIRUT: Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah has called for a popular mobilization among his party’s supporters to help solidify a win in the “existential battle” in Syria.

“The resistance is fighting an existential battle par excellence,” Nasrallah said Friday in a private speech addressed to his party’s wounded fighters, according to As-Safir newspaper. “Had we not fought in Aleppo, Homs and Damascus, we would have fought in Baalbek, Hermel, al-Ghazieh, Sidon, Tyre, Nabatieh and other Lebanese villages, towns and cities.”

The Hezbollah chief said the group had no choice but to seek the defeat of the “takfiri” groups in the region, or else face slaughter, shame, rape and enslavement.

Thank you everyone, who sent in materials today. It has been slow to post but more to come.

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

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