1. In many ways, Nazis are far more ethical and rational and even humanitarian than contemporary islam, as manifested by the Islamic State certainly. Does this mean Naziism are not a manifestation of unimaginable evil? No it does not mean that. But many who fought for the Nazis showed an ethic that seems absent from what we see today in the Islamic State and elsewhere that Islam is the dominant set of cultural norms.
A suicide bomber, yesterday, sneaked into a mosque along Ali Kotoko Road, near Monday Market in Maiduguri, Borno State capital, leaving 26 dead and 28 critically injured, security sources assisting in the evacuation of victims said.
The incident took place at about 3:45pm when Muslim faithful gathered to perform their afternoon prayer.
Unconfirmed sources, however, revealed that apart from the mosque explosion, another blast rocked some area of the Monday Market with fewer casualty figure.
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The video (below), caught on a mobile phone before being uploaded to Facebook, depicted a violent scuffle between two warring sides of the Bangladeshi Community. Facebook users familiar with the situation claimed the row broke out due to ongoing tensions over who runs the centre, which has served as a hub of political activity for the local Labour Party as well as national Labour figures.
Local police were caught in the middle of the violence. The video shows chairs being hurled across the room, with police officers being tugged back and forth between those attempting to fight. At one point, a policeman is shown to punch one man in the face as he tries to wrestle his truncheon from him.
The former Deputy Children’s Commissioner for England has warned that child sex abuse in the UK is so widespread that there is ‘not enough land’ to build all the prisons needed to incarcerate offenders.
Sue Berelowitz, who has been under fire after she received a six-figure payoff and was then promptly rehired as a £1,000 a-day consultant, made the claim while speaking at the Hay Literary Festival yesterday.
Mrs Berelowitz, who is currently chairing the government’s inquiry into child sex abuse said the public will be ‘shocked by the sheer scale of the problem’ when she releases her report in November.
She said that if the Crown Prosecution Service were to prosecute every paedophile there would not be enough land to build the prisons needed.
Speaking to Jon Snow with Camila Batmanghelidjh and Helena Kennedy during a talk on child sex abuse last night, she blamed the prevalence of pornography for the growth of an increasingly sexualised society.
(It has truly become open season on children in the UK. I suspect multiple reasons. I can suggest a way to solve the land problem however. Add some bars on the windows and doors to a number of mosques in the UK and post guards and they can solve several problems at once)
Thank you Carpe Diem, M., Wrath of Khan, antikythera and many more.