OTTAWA (AFP) –
Canada’s new prime minister vowed to make good on campaign promises to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by the beginning of next year and bring home fighter jets battling the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria.
In his first interview since taking office on Wednesday, Justin Trudeau told the Radio-Canada network: “The goal is still to have 25,000 Syrian refugees in Canada before January 1.”
Several government ministries have been mobilized to achieve this goal in such a short time, Trudeau said, adding the federal government would have to work closely with Canada’s provinces and municipalities.
The refugees must be given ways to support their families once they reach Canada so they can benefit their community and the country as a whole, just like the “waves of immigrants and refugees that did so earlier,” Trudeau said.
ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Friday said Pakistan has suspended readmission agreements with western countries, except the United Kingdom, because of “blatant misuse”, reported Radio Pakistan.
Addressing a news conference in Islamabad, the minister claimed most countries have been deporting illegal Pakistani citizens “without verification”, whereas under readmission agreements Pakistanis travelling illegally to any western country have to be deported after proper verification.
He added that at least 90,000 people were sent back to Pakistan during the last year.
Nisar also shed some light on another “dangerous trend” that had emerged over the last several months, under which Pakistanis travelling abroad without documents are deported on charges of terrorism without proper verification.
4. German government propaganda. (Take an anti-emetic before clicking play)
5. Bibi talks straight with the BBC
6. Anyone see the video yesterday of Jamie Glazov interviewing Stephen Coughlin?
Remember the last Question Glazov asked?
In what may be a seminal moment in the fight against radical Islam, presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has introduced legislation to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a Foreign Terrorist Organization. The impressively-detailed bill identifies three Brotherhood entities in the U.S. including the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
The Muslim Brotherhood is not currently banned in the U.S. because it is not listed as a Foreign Terrorist Organization. Remarkably, its Palestinian wing—Hamas—is designated, but the group a whole is allowed to operate in the U.S. You can read my thorough rebuttal of the Brotherhood’s purported “non-violence” policy here.
7. Zsolt Bayer, Hungarian author, journalist, publicist, is one of the founders of Fidesz, the current ruling political party of Hungary of which Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is the leader and founder. Fidesz was founded as a youthful underground anti-communist movement in the 1980s, and has grown into a well-respected and powerful conservative political force that hold unparalleled support in Hungary.
Zsolt Bayer and Viktor Orbán have been close friends for 30 years, and in mid-September 2015, a liberal left-wing George Soros-funded magazine ‘Magyar Narancs,’ unveiled a tasteless and ignorant cover with Viktor Orbán wearing a Hitler mustache made out of barbed wire. (More at YT channel)
8. Richard Dawkins on Bill Mahar one on one.
(That is the fist time I have seen a union take a position that was in the interests of the general public for a very long time. Chances are though, that it will just make it more exciting for a teenager to do so, as such a dull establishment org. advises against it. And going by how unions traditionally act the past 5 decades, that may have been the intention)
A German teaching union has warned young girls to stay away from migrants, especially “attractive Muslim men,” or else they face being sexually assaulted.
According to the Mitteldeutsche Zeitung, an article in the Journal of the Philologists’ Association of Saxony-Anhalt said that an “immigrant invasion is spilling over in Germany” and advised teachers to warn their female students of the risk of being molested by migrants.
It added that girls should resist the temptation to indulge in a “superficial sexual adventure with the often attractive Muslim men.”
It claimed that while these migrants are often “young, strong, mostly Muslim,” they are also “often uneducated” and enter the country “under dubious pretences.”
Even innocent conversations with them, the article adds, could lead to sexual assault
Thank you Del, M., Wrath of Khan, Buck, CB Sashenka, JL., BayouCoyote, Buck, Wrath of Khan, and all. More do come.