1: Gunman who shot dead NSW police employee was radicalised youth
(Radicalized what? Radicalized vegetarian I guess. They can be real a**holes)
The actions of the 15-year-old gunman who shot dead a New South Wales police civilian employee were an act of terrorism, police say.
The radicalised youth of Iraq-Kurdish background killed the employee as he was leaving police headquarters at Parramatta in Sydney’s west around 4:30pm yesterday.
The offender then fired several more shots at officers as they emerged from the building to respond to the incident.
He was killed when the officers, who are special constables, returned fire.
Commissioner Andrew Scipione said police were a long way from establishing a full picture of the gunman but could confirm he was of Iraqi-Kurdish background and born in Iran.
(All those places are notoriously full of vegetarians. Radical ones are often called ‘vegans’ I believe)
[…] He urged the community to remember the Australian Muslim community would be especially appalled by the crime.
(Oh OK we can tell from this that he definitely wasn’t a muslim whatever kind of radical he was. The Daily Mail at least attempts to tell the truth albeit by inference)
An Asian family who converted to Christianity claim they are being driven out of their home for the second time by Muslim persecutors.
Nissar Hussain, his wife Kubra and their six children said they have suffered an appalling ordeal at the hands of neighbours who regard them as blasphemers.
They claim they are effectively prisoners in their own home after being attacked in the street, having their car windscreens repeatedly smashed and eggs thrown at their windows.
Mr Hussain, 49, has even given up his career as a nurse due to the effect on his health.
Police have been called numerous times to deal with the trouble but are said to be reluctant to treat the problem as a religious hate crime.
(The enormity of this all really does beggar the imagination at times)
4. German minister expresses some frustration at the lack of appreciation and manners from the ‘refugees’
Iraqi Christians fleeing persecution at the hands of ISIS are being turned away at the American border despite having family sponsors – as thousands of Muslims are granted asylum.
At least 27 of the targeted minority, known as Chaldeans, have been held in detention in San Diego since entering through the Mexican border this spring.
Now, after months of waiting, 22 have denied asylum and sent back across the Atlantic to Europe, as another five await a verdict.
In total, America had accepted just 727 fleeing Christians at the start of 2015 – a fraction of the 4,200 Muslims granted asylum – and few since.
BERLIN (AFP) –
German Chancellor Angela Merkel could win this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, the influential Bild newspaper said Friday, as the leader is lauded worldwide for her courage in opening her country’s doors to refugees fleeing war and persecution.
“Chancellor Angela Merkel has a good chance of winning the Nobel Peace Prize,” said the newspaper.
“Reasons: her actions in the Ukraine crisis and the refugee policies,” it added.
A few years ago the Oregonian’s Helen Jung was whining about how the FBI was being mean to the nice Imam and his mosque.
The unexplained actions are aggravating the FBI’s already poor relationship with the mosque and fueling fear and frustration among Muslims that their house of worship appears to be once again in the government’s cross hairs…
In Oregon, Masjed As-Saber stands out for its traditional focus and charismatic imam, who urges worshippers to stay true to the vast library of strict Islamic teachings, down to the conviction that men and women shouldn’t trim their eyebrows.
Billal Kidd Mujahideen and his brother briefly became the most wanted men the UK last week, following a gruesome acid attack on a mother of six. More than a week after Billal’s religious affiliations were exposed, however, the BBC and most of the mainstream media are continuing to report only his Christian name, with no mention of the fact that he appears to be a Muslim convert.
9. Robert Spencer on the IS and life Vs. death
Spain’s High Court has sentenced 11 people from the Spanish exclave of Ceuta to prison terms ranging between 10 and 12 years for recruiting terrorists to fight for the Islamic State (ISIS).
It is the first time a Spanish court has handed down prison sentences against jihadist recruiters operating in Spain.
11. Rape by muslims in Sweden must be some kind of national sport
Thank you Buck, M., Richard, JohnnyU., Kathy, Fausta’s blog, Wrath of Khan, and all. More on the way.