Another example of the laughable concept of “moderate Islam” was seen in a horrific series of attacks this week in Indonesia.
Home to the largest Muslim population in the world, Indonesia is widely considered a “moderate” Muslim-majority nation. But as with much of the Muslim world these days, radicalism in on the rise.
The province of Aceh in Indonesia became the first in the nation to have officially introduced Sharia law — strict adherence to Islamic law.
So what did they do after adopting Koranic law? Within days, they decided that every Christian church in the province needed to be “licensed” under Sharia, and were thus illegal, as the BBC reported.
So did they petition to government to fine them for this non-existent crime? Of course not. The savages decided to burn the Churches to the ground…
2. Poles marching against stuff. There is a flag which seems to show the Jewish star along with the American flag in a rather negative way. Perhaps a Polish speaker can enlighten us as to the nature of this demonstration.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker provoked outrage earlier this year with proposals for a Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP).
European People’s Party (EPP) president Joseph Daul has now admitted the European Parliament will try to push through plans that would go far beyond what even Mr Juncker had intended.
Under the latest proposals, a common European-wide army would become a force capable of taking on missions of “higher intensity” and even replace national guards at EU borders.
Bureaucrats in Brussels are trying to capitalise on concerns over “Russian aggression” and the migrant crisis to push through the long-held ambitions for a European army.
Whereas Mr Junker’s original vision was for a force capable of dealing with ‘post-conflict peace-keeping’, the European Parliament is now preparing to discuss an aggressive common military force.
Mr Daul admitted: “We are going to move towards an EU army much faster than people believe.
(And woe betide any Euro nation that won’t go along with the narrative, or break Brussels’ laws when Brussels want them, or like Hungary, obey Brussels’ laws when they want them broken. A European army will be essentially Janissaries. A kind of army of locals used to attack their own people on behalf of a remote power.)
5. Austria: Border with Hungary blocked by right-wing, anti-immigrat group
(This Austrian group appears to have borrowed heavily from the French group, ‘Generation Identitaire’ even to the T shirt one man has, and the signs. The French group seem to be a great group and is often being mislabeled and harassed by govt. and authorities. They could be more accurately described as the New French Resistance except they do no violence or vandalism that I am aware of. whereas the original French Resistance did a great deal)
6. French resistance meets french police:
7. This is the largest mass suicide since Jonestown
8. Germany: Huge protest as Berliners fume against Turkish govt over Ankara bombings
(Berliners? Even JFK wouldn’t say that)
In the face of heavy Russian airstrikes, a number of ISIS militants have reportedly fled to Turkey from Syria by shaving off their beards and dressing as women to pass unnoticed.
Mounds of shaved facial hair have been discovered in Aleppo, Syria, along with discarded packets of Syrian razors.
A photo on Twitter posted by Iraqi journalist Hala Jaber shows huge piles of hair. The journalist tweeted that the ISIS fighters shaved off their beards so they could escape clean shaven to Turkey.
10. Czech Republic: Leftists descend on anti-Islam demo in Prague
(Political demonstrations have become Europe’s new continental sport)
Thank you Nash Montana, M., Pym Purnell, Xanthippa, Buck, and all who sent in materials. Its chaos today so apologies if I missed anyone.