1. Clinton’s speech on NORK nuclear deal and Obama’s speech on the Iranian one compared
(I don’t see the problem with muslim cemeteries. In fact the good and fair people of Texas might even consider offering to turn every mosque into a cemetery as a neighborly thing to do)
Muslims say they’re looking for a place to bury their dead but locals in Farmersville say it’s a plot to gain a foothold in their small Texas town and are threatening to stop the plan by using pig parts.
A proposal to bring a Muslim cemetery to the rural town has stoked fears among residents who are vehemently trying to convince community leaders to block the project.
The sentiment reflects an anti-Muslim distrust that has been brewing over the last year in parts of Texas, most notably 25 miles away in Garland – the scene of a deadly May shooting outside a cartoon contest lampooning the Prophet Muhammad.
In contrast, the British media reported Sunday on an upcoming “major speech” by Cameron in which he’ll announce a five-year plan to tackle extremism, pointing to British values as their “strongest weapon” in the fight, according to The Telegraph.
The British newspaper reported:
Muslims who travel to the Middle East for the “glamour” of jihad will become nothing more than “cannon fodder” for terrorists, David Cameron will warn this week.
The “sick and brutal reality” is that young men will be used as suicide bombers, while women who join the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant will face horrific abuse, the Prime Minister will say.
(Anyone see the Stephen Coughlin Red Pill Brief where he talks about the cultural-Marxist, “long mach through the institutions? Cause the Pope kinda looks a little like one of them)
The group is recruiting teens and children using gifts, threats and brainwashing. Boys have been turned into killers and suicide bombers.
An ISIS video issued last week showed a boy beheading a Syrian soldier under an adult militant’s supervision.
Last month, a video showed 25 children unflinchingly shooting 25 captured Syrian soldiers in the head.
In schools and mosques, militants infuse children with extremist doctrine, often turning them against their own parents.
Brainwashed: The group is recruiting teens and children using gifts, threats and brainwashing. Boys have been turned into killers and suicide bombers
(While that should surprise no one in the Islamic State, the video below is from Australia)