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    • Chattanooga shooter worked at Perry Nuclear Power Plant

      CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — The man who opened fire at two military facilities in Chattanooga, killing four Marines and injuring three others, is Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez.

      WKYC has confirmed that he worked and lived for a time in Northeast Ohio.

      FirstEnergy confirmed to WKYC’s Investigator Tom Meyer that he also worked at Perry Nuclear Power Plant from May 20 to May 30 of 2013.

      FirstEnergy said he left because he didn’t meet the minimum requirements to remain employed. He worked as a electrical engineer right outside the nuclear reactor, which they say he did not have access.

      Ashley Castillo, a manager at Medra, a marketing company in Independence, said he did work for the company.

      Lake County Sheriff’s Office confirmed he received a traffic ticket in 2013.

      A man with the same name is listed to a former address at Pine Ridge Apartment Complex on Par Lane in Willoughby Hills. WKYC’s Tom Meyer obtained court records that indicate he was evicted from the apartments in December of 2013.

      Investigators were on the scene at the same complex Thursday night.

      The apartment complex responded to whether he lived there with the following statement:

      With regard to your inquiry, Goldberg Companies, Inc. and Pine Ridge Apartments are fully cooperating with authorities to provide any information pertinent to the ongoing investigations. At this time we are unable to confirm the suspect was a former resident of Pine Ridge Apartments. […]

      • FOX NEWS – Huffington Post won’t cover Trump as politics, Donald fires back at ‘blog’

        Donald Trump fired back Friday after The Huffington Post announced they would no longer cover his 2016 presidential run as a political story, calling the liberal news site a “glorified blog.”

        The website announced its editorial decision earlier in the day, with a blaring homepage headline that read: “YOU’RE FIRED! From Our Political Reporting.”

        HuffPost editors said in a brief coverage note that Trump’s candidacy would not be part of their politics coverage going forward, and, “Instead, we will cover his campaign as part of our Entertainment section.”

        They explained: “Our reason is simple: Trump’s campaign is a sideshow. We won’t take the bait. If you are interested in what The Donald has to say, you’ll find it next to our stories on the Kardashians and The Bachelorette.”

        Trump’s campaign hit back in a written statement, touting his poll numbers and mocking the HuffPost website.

        “If you read previously written Tweets, Mr. Trump has never been a fan of Arianna Huffington or the money-losing Huffington Post,” the campaign said. “The only clown show in this scenario is the Huffington Post pretending to be a legitimate news source. Mr. Trump is not focused on being covered by a glorified blog.”

        The site’s provocative editorial call quickly came under fire from both sides of the political spectrum, not just the Trump campaign.[…]
        Business Insider – Donald Trump just took his feud with the Huffington Post to the next level


        Ann Coulter: I hope Donald Trump is serious

  1. ISIS film a CHILD carrying out a beheading for the first time: ‘Cub of the Caliphate’ is the first seen executing a prisoner by decapitation as the terror group increasingly use boys to kill

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  2. Saudi arrests 431 ISIS-linked suspects

    Saudi Arabia arrested 431 people as part of a crackdown on a cluster of cells linked to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militant group, the kingdom’s Ministry of Interior (MOI) said.

    Authorities also thwarted seven mosque attacks that had been planned by the suspects in the capital Riyadh as well as the Eastern Province, MOI Spokesman Gen. Mansour Al Turki said in a press conference carried by Al Arabiya News Channel.

    Among the arrested were Saudi nationals and suspects from nine other nationalities, he said adding that the cluster of cells was divided by tasks and target, he told reporters.

    In one cell, made of five members, their task was to prep suicide bombers while another five-member cell had the mission to manufacture explosive belts.

    Of the 431 arrested, 190 made up the four cells suspected to behind the Al-Qadeeh and Al-Unoud mosques’ bombings which claimed the lives of dozens of worshippers in May.

    ISIS claimed responsibility for the May explosion at a mosque in al-Qadeeh village east of the kingdom during Friday prayers, which killed 20 people. The bombing in al-Qadeeh in Qatif province also targeted Shiites to stir sectarian strife in the country.

    In late May, another Shiite mosque called al-Anoud was also targeted when four people were killed in the Eastern Province’s capital Dammam.

    Also, 97 others suspected to be behind al-Dalwa incident were among those detained. In late 2014, gunmen killed eight people in the Shiite village of Dalwa, in the Ahsa region of the Eastern Province, at the end of the Shiite holiday of Ashura.

    The ministry, meanwhile, said it found an arms workshop in the home of Ali Mohammed Al-Ateeq, one of the suspects arrested.

    ISIS controls swathes of neighboring Iraq and Syria, and has claimed widespread abuses including the beheading of foreign hostages.

    Saudi Arabia and its Gulf neighbors last year joined a U.S.-led military coalition bombing ISIS in Syria, raising concerns about possible retaliation in the kingdom.

  3. IRAQ – Islamic State detonates massive car bomb in Khan Bani Saad, north of Bagdhad on Eid ul-Fitr feast day

    RESCUERS in the Iraqi town of Khan Bani Saad were searching collapsed buildings for bodies on Saturday after a car bomb ripped through a busy market, killing at least 120 people.

    The suicide attack by the Islamic State group was one of the deadliest since it took over swathes of Iraq last year and came as the country marked Eid ul-Fitr, the Muslim feast that ends the fasting month of Ramadan.

    Residents recounted scenes of horror in the aftermath of the attack, in which officials said at least 15 children were killed.

    Muthanna Saadoun, a municipal employee whose work is to drive a street sweeper, used his truck to help put out the fires that the huge blast caused in the market area.

    “People were burning in their cars because no ambulances or fire engines were able to reach them,” the 25-year-old said.

    IS said the suicide attacker had three tonnes of explosives in his vehicle. The crater the explosion left in the main street of the town’s central Khan neighbourhood was about five metres wide and two deep.

    “The toll so far is 90 martyrs and 120 wounded, and we have between 17 and 20 missing,” Abbas Hadi Saleh, the top official in Khan Bani Saad, told AFP.

    The number of dead was later revised to 120, with 130 wounded.

  4. DOJ Attorney William Killian Threatened Americans for Speaking Out Against Islam – Now Leads Chattanooga Jihad Investigation

    DOJ Attorney William Killian Threatened Americans for Speaking Out Against Islam – Now Leads Chattanooga Jihad Investigation

    The fix is in, Obama and company are depending on the LSM to keep this info from getting out to most people.

  5. European Union – Fit for an emperor, EU diplomats plan £2 million dinner service

    Crystal whisky glasses, silver candelabras and fine china decorated with gold EU flags to form glittering dinner service for Brussels’ ascendant diplomatic corps

    European Union diplomats plan to dine in imperial style, by ordering a glittering dinner service that could cost as much as £2 million.

    The European External Action Service, the EU’s foreign office, will buy a “sparkling” array of crystal glassware, silver cutlery and fine china to host banquets and dinner parties for visiting dignitaries, the Daily Telegraph has learnt.

    The tableware – to cater for up to 3,360 officials and guests at the EEAS’ Brussels headquarters and 140 embassies around the world – will come embellished with the Flag of Europe, engraved on the drinking glasses and painted in gold on the “top quality” crockery.

    There are also plans to buy hundreds of silver ice buckets, drinks trays and candelabras and thousands of glasses for whisky, brandy and champagne.

    The dinner service, which stands to be larger and nearly ten times the cost of one recently purchased for the White House, marks the coming of age of the EEAS as a fully-fledged diplomatic corps.

    Created by the 2009 Lisbon Treaty, it is headed by High Representative Federica Mogherini, a former Young Communist who became the Italian Foreign Minister. The service has a staff of 3,400, a budget of 793 million euros (£550 million) and outposts covering the Seychelles, Australia, Canada and Kazakhstan.

    It is running more than a dozen military and civil missions worldwide, disburses hundreds of millions of pounds in EU aid, and was at the heart of nuclear diplomacy with Iran. It is now preparing a major military offensive against people traffickers in Libya – known as EUNAVFOR Med – and it is increasingly highly regarded by Washington.

    […]The fine dining comes as other arms of the EU instruct member states, including Britain, to cut their public deficits.

    “If we need further confirmation of the pretentions and aspirations to grandeur of this organisation, this dinner service is it. It is absolutely appalling,” said Geoffrey Van Orden, a Conservative MEP and retired British Army Brigadier.

    […]“This is just a blatant provocation to the Greek people,” said Giorgious Lougiakis, a taxi driver in Athens. Vat on foods including beef, breakfast cereal and cooking oil jumps from 13 per cent to 23 per cent on Monday, under the terms of EU bailout plans.

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    Mogherini on Press TV

  6. Czechs feared kidnapped in Lebanon (BBC, July 18, 2015)

    “Five Czech nationals and their Lebanese driver are missing in Lebanon, the Czech foreign ministry says.

    Their empty car with documents and money was found in the Kefraya region in the eastern Bekaa Valley on Friday.

    A security operation is now under way amid fears the group was kidnapped. Czech officials are not releasing their names for security reasons.

    In 2011, seven Estonian cyclists were abducted at gunpoint in the Bekaa Valley and released four month later.

    “At this moment we can confirm we are missing five Czech citizens together with one Lebanese citizen,” Czech Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Michaela Lagronova was quoted as saying by Reuters news agency.

    “A huge security operation is going on now in Lebanon. We are of course in close contact with Lebanese security forces and also with the government,” she added.

    Some areas of the Bekaa Valley, east of the capital Beirut, are notorious for lawlessness and drug trafficking.”

  7. EGYPT – 39 militants killed in north, central Sinai: Egyptian military

    The Egyptian military said it had killed a total of 39 militants in raids in two cities in the Sinai Peninsula on Saturday.

    Official spokesman Brigadier General Mohamed Samir said in an official statement that the Egyptian army had raided Sheikh Zuwaid’s southern district of Lafetat and Rafah’s southern district of Masaid, killing 14 militants.

    Another 25 militants were killed in Om Shaihan village and in the district of East Al-Batour in central Sinai, Samir said in a separate statement.

    The spokesman released two videos showing two “bomb-laden vehicles” as they were blown up by the military.

    He also announced the arrest of four alleged militants who he said were responsible for planting improvised explosive devices in locations in North Sinai.

    Raids by the Egyptian military against Islamist militants have increased after coordinated attacks on 1 and 2 July by Islamic State affiliated group Sinai Province (formerly known as Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis) left at least 21 soldiers dead in Sheikh Zuweid and Rafah.,-central-Sinai-Egyptian.aspx

    Three soldiers killed, four injured in militant attack in North Sinai – Egypt army

    Three Egyptian army soldiers were killed and four injured in a militant attack by terrorists on Saturday evening against a security checkpoint south of the town of Sheikh Zueid in North Sinai, a military spokesman said.

    Spokesman Mohamed Samir said on his official Facebook page that the army had been engaging the militants in battle in three different areas south of the town. He said that the army destroyed two vehicles and killed a number of militants in the Al-Hamadein area near Al-Zawarae, south of Sheikh Zuweid.

    The Islamic State’s Egypt affiliate, Sinai Province, has claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement carried on a social media website.

    Earlier in the evening, state news agency MENA had reported that five soldiers were killed and seven injured in a militant attack against Abu Refae security checkpoint south of Sheikh Zuweid.

    Security sources had told MENA that “terrorists” attacked the checkpoint with live ammunition and bombs.

    On 1 July, Islamic State group militants launched multiple attacks against army and security forces in and around Sheikh Zuweid, leaving 21 soldiers dead.

    In the past two weeks, the Egyptian army, which regained control over the town on the same day after fierce battles, has been carrying out intense strikes against militant hideouts which reportedly left more than 200 militants dead.,-four-injured-in-mil.aspx

  8. DAILY MAIL – DAVID CAMERON – Morality can help us beat extremists: We must tackle their hateful ideology with OUR values, Prime Minister to say in tomorrow’s speech

    The Prime Minister is right to recognise the need to defeat the ideas of Islamist extremism, as well as its organisations and its military formations.

    For too long many in the West have assumed an automatic superiority over the Islamists, based on little more than power and wealth.

    As Winston Churchill long ago pointed out, had European Christian civilization not been ‘sheltered in the strong arms of science’, it might well have been defeated by the courage and militancy of its great rival.

    In his speech to be delivered tomorrow, Mr Cameron will say: ‘Any strategy to defeat extremism must confront, head-on, the extreme ideology that underpins it.’

    He will say we should not just warn possible recruits to IS of the miserable fate that awaits them. He also urges that we should ‘contrast their bigotry, aggression and theocracy with our values’.

    This is all quite right, and his list of the things we stand for is a good one. But perhaps he – and we – need to go further.

    The last few decades have been a time of affluence and growth, but rather weak on idealism and morality.

    It may well be that the battle to overcome the evil and morbid cult of our enemies provides us, as a nation and a people, with the opportunity to rediscover the fellow-feeling and unselfishness which brought us safely through the last great peril which faced this country.

    It is very rare to see a total and unreserved climbdown from any government body. The Crown Prosecution Service deserves praise for recognising how wrong it and the police were to treat a Mail on Sunday reporter as a suspect after he had exposed serious wrongdoing.

    The speed and completeness of its retreat are an example and a warning to all other public bodies tempted to use such methods against legitimate media investigations.

    They are also a reminder that the independent power of the free press to challenge official misdeeds is essential to restrain officialdom.

    Liberty does not just exist, like air and water. It has to be nurtured and protected and guarded, every minute of the day, every day of the year.

    How we used to snigger at the Victorians and their elaborate codes of courtship and etiquette, their prissy, coy evasions and long engagements.

    But, having swept away the old conventions of romantic love and liberated sex from marriage, we have found our new freedoms are not quite what we expected.

    Mixed with copious quantities of alcohol, they have left many people feeling used, and – more seriously still – have led to an explosion of rape charges, as sexual partners angrily deny that they ever gave consent, or equally angrily claim that consent was given.

    Perhaps it was inevitable in the age of the smartphone that we are now reaching for an electronic solution.

    On the face of it, the idea of recording consent through a mobile phone app is cold, cynical and rather sad.

    However, where morals and manners fail, rules and surveillance must fill the gap. But, as we bleep our way into bed, let us at least stop jeering at the quaint customs of our forebears. They may have known something we don’t.

    ANJEM CHOUDARY – Eid Khutbah 1st shawwal 1436 (17th July 2015) « If you look at the kuffar their all days of celebration are drinking, fornicating, lying, dancing, singing…. »

    • “DAILY MAIL – DAVID CAMERON – Morality can help us beat extremists: We must tackle their hateful ideology with OUR values, Prime Minister to say in [A script-writers’ thinktank solution for the bloody obvious] tomorrow’s speech”

      Like Obama, Cameron is not made of the moral fibre he will say his pill-popping single-parented citizens ought to have. Both ‘leaders’ are pussy-whipped. And as such, have summonded the demon of Muhammad to rise and freely feed. They both admit ideologically that they solely function on “Hope and Change” as enablers. Whereas Islam functions on ” Faith and perminance” as leaders. Who’s the Daddy? Who will then be made tosubmit to the other because they are halfway there?

      A taken-over Muhammadan Nazi America will have no capitalist free-economy democracy left to save them. Israel is simply too small.

      Western politicians openly lie, and when challenged will say that at the time they were not minded, that no one was guarding the integrity store.

      Muslim leaders, the new Conservatives, stand and fall by their word of honor.

      Which culture therefore will endure?

      And the ‘rapes’ of up to a million British fourteen year old school girls, is because they were taught their body is their own pleasure-reward, that contraceptives were safe, that parents would not see the doctor’s recommendation that they had an abortion on Tuesday. Socialism is the date-rape drug for Muslims who can plow a kuffar without qualm.

      The Collectivists have deployed laws that remove fathers, redefine what a family is, and indoctrinated children to be pacifists. A homosexual male openly sends his sperm to lesbians who want babies for themselves. And the politicians who engineered this nilhism straight from their hearts have like gods become Creators in their own eyes.

      When humanity is interchangeable and disposible, being a slave of an Allah looks like sanctuary.

      A politically Diversified, mistrusted and surveillanced people totally unable to defend themselves inside and out, with no core values. No wonder the demoralized draw perminent ink upon themselves as the last voice of despair crying for meaning: “I woz here”.

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