1. President of Iran visits Russia on official summit in Ufa
(He appears to be recovering from some sort of serious head trauma)
A woman was arrested on the Canary island of Lanzarote on Tuesday on charges of attempting to recruit young girls and preparing them for travel to parts of the world under Islamic State control.
The suspect, a Spanish national who converted to Islam and has only been identified as S.C.C., was in direct contact with members of the Islamic State in Syria and the Levant.
This woman “encouraged” the minors to travel to these locations, helped them to plan their trip and taught them the security measures to adopt in order to avoid detection during transit, according to the Interior Ministry.
(Not content to wait till they are killed and get all the sky virgins they want for eternity, muslims try and trick living women into going and slaving for jihadis now while they still draw breath. Oddly, no one sees the hypocrisy in that)
3. UKIP MEP on Islamic Terror
A BBC documentary has substituted the word “Israelis” for “Jews” in its translation of interviews with Palestinians, its maker has admitted.
Lyse Doucet has stood by the decision to translate “yahud” as “Israeli” in subtitles on her hour-long documentary Children of the Gaza War, which airs on BBC Two tonight.
The correct translation for “yahud” from Arabic to English is “Jew”.
The BBC’s chief international correspondent said that Gazan translators had advised her that Palestinian children interviewed on the programme who refer to “the Jews” actually meant Israelis.
(No it doesn’t. One only has to read articles 2 and 7 of the Hamas charter to know what they mean. This was pure deception by the BBC to preserve a narrative most likely, or a ferociously badly researched decision. When they say “Jews” they mean Jews and nothing else)
6. Obama and another Freudian slip
(It goes well with this one, doesn’t it?)
VIENNA—Iranian President Hassan Rouhani urged the entire country to “shout its hatred for the Zionists” and back Palestinian efforts to seize territory from Israel, according to comments made Wednesday in celebration of Quds Day, which marks the last Friday in Ramadan and has historically been used to tout Palestinian violence against the Jewish state.
As Iranian and Western negotiators in Vienna meet around the clock in a bid to strike a final nuclear accord, the Iranian president expressed his support for the Palestinian cause and urged the Islamic Republic to unite in its hatred of Israel.
“People will tell the world on the Quds Day that the Muslim nations will never forget Palestine and occupation of this territory,” Rouhani was quoted as saying on state-run television by the Fars News Agency.
“I would say that basically global warming is a non-problem,” Giaever, who won the Nobel for physics in 1973, told an audience at the Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting earlier this month.
Giaever ridiculed Obama for stating that “no challenge poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change.” The physicist called it a “ridiculous statement” and that Obama “gets bad advice” when it comes to global warming.
“I say this to Obama: Excuse me, Mr. President, but you’re wrong. Dead wrong,” Giaever said. […]
But by 2011, Giaever left the American Physical Society because it officially stated that “the evidence is incontrovertible … [g]lobal warming is occurring.” The Society also pushed for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
“Global warming really has become a new religion,” Giaever said. “Because you cannot discuss it. It’s not proper. It is like the Catholic Church.”
Giaever argued that there’s been no global warming for the last 17 years or so (based on satellite records), weather hasn’t gotten more extreme and that global temperature has only slightly risen — and that’s based on data being “fiddled” with by scientists, he said.
9. Here is the FOX video from the other day about Asia Bibi and her imminent execution for drinking from a well for muslims, fitting in with the Islamic concept of ‘Najis’
10. Muslim in France attacks restaurant for serving food and having music during ramadan. In France. France.
More to come soon.