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    • I take it the ragheaded ones did it themselves? Give a Muslim firewood and he will be warm for a day. Set a Muslim on fire and he will be warm for the rest of his life.

    • This Gospel of Blackbird was altered later to make it look like Muslims were victims of bigotry. But in 1945 a fragment of an earlier Coptic text was discovered:
      “Give a Muslim firewood and he will beat his own house down,
      Give him knowledge of the Light and he will burn down all around.”

  1. DIALY MAIL – Bloodbath in Paris: strong>150 are killed after jihadists take hostages at rock concert and Kalashnikov-wielding terrorist opens fire in restaurant. Two suicide bombers detonate near football stadium. 1,500 troops deployed as borders shut

    More than 150 people were killed and several wounded in a series of terror attacks in the heart of Paris last night
    Up to 118 were massacred in the Bataclan concert hall where terrorists were holding hundreds of people hostage
    The terrorists shouted ‘Allah Akbar’ and ‘this is for Syria’ as they burst in and opened fire, eyewitnesses have said
    Police raided the theatre at around midnight, killed the three extremists inside and freed the remaining hostages
    French President Francois Hollande declared a state of emergency for whole country and shut all of its borders

    • Well now there’s a man after my own heart. “Eliminate them. Destroy them”. Right on, Dr. Ben. Right f###ing on!

      I do believe the Jihadis are going to be in a lot of trouble if the good doctor becomes the next President of the United States.

      And isn’t it ironic that Hillary, the other main candidate for president, is totally soft on Islam and even has a Muslim Brotherhood princess as a chief-of-staff, who has full access to all the same state secrets that her boss can see. I wonder which one the jihadists will be rooting for? I hope the doctor’s security detail is very, very good…

  2. I find myself with little pity for France. Stupid people with leftard hubris reap what they sow. If they want to survive they must remove Islam from France. It is that harsh and simple.

    • We all have relatives and friends who are just like the people of France. Some will wake up once jolted from their sleep by reality. Others WILL NOT wake up even as they are forced to kneel before being executed. They will rationalize the motives of their executor. Such is the depth of their brainwashing.

    • I live in France and my kids have been educated in France, do you have any idea of the amount of indoctrination that the kids go through at school, its immense and something that Americans are only just seeing themselves.

      To break out of that is really difficult, for example during the 80’s and 90’s the anti-Israel BBC propaganda in the UK even affected me a bit whereas I started to see Israel as too eager to go to war, it was only in 1997 when I decided to look at Islam to understand their hate that I broke out of that. By 1999 I knew enough to see that the fault lay with the Muslims based on the supremacist ideology of Islam.

      Just think it through a bit, yeah I see your point that sheep are sheep and all that, but still they are people and I will grieve for them in spite of the fact that many of them would incorrectly call me a racist Nazi fascist pig.

      It is possible to defeat Islam, but it requires treating Islam as the insane ideology that it is, expose it to full open critical debate and define anyone that follows it devoutly as likely to be a nutter who rejects the humanity of others, in other words they are Xenophobic and correctly define Islam as the religion of Xenophobia, also deport the Salafists and very devout and be strong in this.

      Its gone too far for there not to be mass casualties but it is possible to win.

    • I know what you mean, but we’ve just elected-by-landslide a guy whose first move was to pull our F-18s out of the anti-ISIS coalition while at the same time opening the immigration door to endless thousands of hate-bearded Sunni Arab males chanting “Allahu Akbar” in unison. Anything you want to say about France goes double for Canada now that we’ve chosen a dim-witted, politically correct, Marxist drama teacher as our leader. Canada is now officially a nation of weenies. Ta-da!!!

    • Thank-you, Rita, for being on top of this one as you always are when it counts.

      My internet is spotty these days, but I’m delighted to see you here and at GoV, slugging the bad guys with deft mastery of your weapons of choice: skill, insight, and murderous humor.

  3. FRANCE – 5 dead as French high-speed train derails & catches fire near Strasbourg

    Five people have been killed as a train derailed and caught fire in Eckwersheim near Strasbourg in France. Rescue teams are working at the site.

    A high-speed TGV train derailed in Eckwersheim in the Bas-Rhin department of Alsace in northeastern France mid-afternoon on Saturday.

    Local officials told AFP that five people died in the accident, which was apparently caused by “excessive speed.”

    Local media reports there are injured, but the numbers aren’t clear yet. Several people have been airlifted from the scene on a helicopter, RTL reports.

    There has been no official confirmation on the casualties.

    The SNCF state service has confirmed that the accident occurred, but didn’t provide further details, according to the paper.

    The accident happened on a new high-speed line between Paris and Strasbourg, which hadn’t been used before.

    The train derailed while on a bridge and the cars fell into the Marne-Rhine canal, according to witness reports. Photos from the scene show smoke coming from the carriages.

  4. The Bavarian State Office of Criminal Investigations spokesperson, Ludwig Waldinger, announced in Munich, Saturday, that the Bavarian police had stopped a vehicle carrying firearms, explosives and hand grenades, near the German-Austrian border, during a random security check on November 5.

    Germany: Paris links investigated after car packed with weapons stopped by border police

    • BREITBART – German Police Intercepted Car With Eight AK-47s, Grenades, TNT, Paris Programmed Into Satnav

      German police are scrambling to discover whether they inadvertently prevented another Islamist from joining the Paris massacre, after they arrested a man driving with a significant cache of weapons heading to Paris.

      The arrest took place on Thursday the 5th, when during a routine inspection police investigated a car driven by a 51-year-old Montenegrin man as he drove west on the A8 road, shortly after crossing the border from Austria. When officers found two handguns and a grenade under the bonnet of the car, the search intensified, and they soon discovered a significant hidden arsenal.

      Also secreted about the car behind panels were eight Kalashnikov assault rifles with ammunition, several handguns, two hand grenades, and 200 grams of TNT, reports Bayerischer Rundfunk.

      The car wasn’t only being driven west. Bavarian interior minister Joachim Herrmann has confirmed that based on “the data of the man’s [GPS] navigation system, and his cell phone there is strong evidence that the man wanted to go to France”. German media have reported he specifically had Paris programmed into his sat-nav.

      The Bavarian prime minister Horst Seehofer confirmed German security services believe the arrested individual may have been related to the terror cell who killed over 120 across Paris on Friday evening.[…]

  5. Assailant in Paris attacks had Syrian passport and passed through Greek island of Leros: Greece official

    A Greek official says one of the assailants in Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris whose Syrian passport was found at the scene crossed into the European Union through the Greek island of Leros in October.

    Citizen Protection Minister Nikos Toskas, in charge of police forces, has released the following statement: “On the case of the Syrian passport found at the scene of the terrorist attack.

    “We announce that the passport holder had passed from Leros on Oct. 3. where he was identified based on EU rules… We do not know if the passport was checked by other countries through which the holder likely passed.

    “We will continue the painstaking and persistent effort to ensure the security of our country and Europe under difficult circumstances, insisting on complete identification of those arriving.”

    Earlier today, two French police officials say that authorities have identified one of the suicide bombers who targeted Paris in deadly attacks as a young Frenchman flagged in the past for links with an Islamic extremist activity.

    The officials said the man was among attackers who blew himself up after a rampage and hostage-taking in a Paris concert hall.

    Earlier, police officials said at least one suicide bombers who targeted another site, France’s national stadium, was found to have a Syrian passport.

    None of the attackers has been publicly identified.

    The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to be publicly named.

    • Paris attacks: Belgian police raid Brussels neighbourhood in connection with terror massacre

      Belgian TV news reported an arrest has been made in the suburb of Molenbeek and a picture posted on Twitter showed a man being handcuffed as he lies face down on a wall

      Belgian police have raided a Brussels neighbourhood in connection with today’s atrocity in Paris, it has been reported.

      Belgian TV news reported an arrest has been made in the suburb of Molenbeek and a picture posted on Twitter showed a man being handcuffed by what appear to be plain clothes officers as he lies face down on a wall.

      The mayor of Molenbeek, Françoise Schepmans says she can nor deny nor confirm that there is indeed a link between the attacks in Paris, reports RTBF .

      Its website quoted a source close to the operations as saying there had been “between two and three searches, linked to the Paris attacks” and that one man had been arrested.

      A Molenbeek parking ticket was also allegedly found in a car the terrorists.

      Earlier it was reported that one of the cars used by the terrorists carried a Belgian number plate, reports French newspaper Le Monde.

      A witness said he saw two black cars, and one carried a Belgian number plate.

      A passenger on the front seat was described as looking very young.

      “I would say he was 18 or 20 years old”, said the young woman.

    • AMSTERDAM – Air France flight GROUNDED at Amsterdam airport after social media threat to blow up the plane

      Flight from Schiphol Airport to Charles de Gaulle was evacuated
      All passengers removed and plane searched by sniffer dogs
      Emergency response came after @jihadijohn8 sent threats over Twitter
      He wrote: ‘Forget #Russia? Wait for what will happen on flight AF1741’

  6. Paris Attacks: Iranian President Rouhani Cancels Trip to France

    The state-run IRNA news agency quoted Rouhani as saying Saturday that Iran “itself has been a victim of the scourge of terrorism” and the fight against terrorism must go on. It did not elaborate why he canceled the visit, but authorities said the trip would be rescheduled.

    Hossein Jaber Ansari, a Foreign Ministry spokesman, also was quoted by IRNA as saying: “Those terrorist groups that committed the Paris crimes do not believe in ethical principles and they are not loyal to any type of divine religions — including Islam.”

  7. Poland won’t accept refugees after Paris attacks: Incoming minister

    Poland will not take in refugees under a hotly contested EU programme to distribute them among member states because of the Paris attacks, the country’s incoming European affairs minister said on Saturday.

    “The European Council’s decisions, which we criticised, on the relocation of refugees and immigrants to all EU countries are part of European law,” Konrad Szymanski wrote on right-leaning website

    But “after the tragic events of Paris we do not see the political possibility of respecting them,” he said.

    Szymanski is to take the European affairs portfolio in conservative Prime Minister-designate Beata Szydlo new government.

    Her eurosceptic Law and Justice (PiS) party won the October 25 election on a platform that included refusing migrants entry into Poland.

    Under the EU relocation plan, 160,000 refugees registered in frontline states Greece and Italy are to be relocated around the 28-member bloc. Many eastern European countries have staunchly resisted taking a share of the burden.

  8. Merkel Calls For “Tolerance” Towards Migrants After Paris Massacre

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel responded to the Paris massacre by calling for “tolerance” towards migrants and respect for “the right of everyone to seek his fortune and live,” as her policy of allowing in hundreds of thousands of refugees came under fresh scrutiny.

    “We believe in the right of everyone to seek his fortune and live, to the respect for the other and tolerance,” said Merkel. “We know that our free life is stronger than any terrorist. Let’s give the terrorists the answer by living our values confidently. And as we affirm these values throughout Europe. Now more than ever.”

    Just last month, top security experts warned Merkel that the middle class in Germany is becoming “radicalized” in response to the migrant influx and that domestic unrest may occur as a result.

    The warning was “circulated among high-ranking security officials in the federal government,” according to the report.

    With Poland already announcing that it will refuse to take in any more refugees after the bloody attacks in Paris, Merkel’s open border policy, already under fierce criticism, is likely to face intense opposition given ISIS’ vow to smuggle in jihadists amidst the waves of migrants.

    Meanwhile, Front National leader Marine Le Pen struck a far different tone to Merkel, calling on France to tighten its borders.

    “France must determine who its friends are and who its enemies are. France’s enemies are those who maintain links with Islamism. Once and for all, France must recapture control of its borders,” said Le Pen.

    “Islamist fundamentalism must be destroyed, radical mosques must be closed and radicals clerics must be expelled. French terrorists must be stripped of their citizenship and banned from this country.”

    • Don’t link Paris attacks to migrant influx: German interior minister

      Germany’s interior minister on Saturday made a plea against linking the terror attacks in Paris to the record influx of asylum seekers into Europe.

      “I would like to make this urgent plea to avoid drawing such swift links to the situation surrounding refugees,” Thomas de Maiziere said, after a crisis cabinet meeting on Friday night’s attacks

    • Germany: Avoid mixing issues of terror with resposibility to refugees – Interior Minister

      The German Minister of Internal Affairs Thomas de Maiziere urged people not to draw conclusions linking the terror attacks in Paris to the refugee crisis, from Berlin, Saturday. He stated “we have a shocking amount of attacks on asylum seekers,” and stated his belief that the two issues cannot be conflated nor associated.
      De Maiziere also addressed the possible detention of potential Paris attackers at the Austrian border. Bavarian police had stopped a vehicle carrying firearms, explosives and hand grenades, during a random security check on November 5, which was confirmed on Saturday. The minister told reporters that the vehicles SatNav had an address in Paris stored and that links are being investigated.

  9. Saudi Arabia to continue support Syrian rebels if Assad does not leave

    VIENNA (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said on Saturday that his country would continue to support Syrian rebels if President Bashar al-Assad could not be removed through a political process.

    “We will support the Syrian people,” Adel al-Jubeir told journalists on the sidelines of international Syria peace talks in Vienna.

    “We will support the political process that will result in (Assad) leaving, or we will continue to support the Syrian opposition in order to remove him by force.”

    Paris attacks a ‘violation of all religions’: Saudi FM

    Vienna (AFP) – The “heinous” Paris attacks are a violation of all religions and underline the need to intensify efforts against “terrorism”, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said Saturday as he arrived in Vienna for talks on ending Syria’s civil war.

    “I wanted to express our condolences to the government and people of France for the heinous terrorist attacks that took place yesterday which are in violation and contravention of all ethics, morals and religions,” Adel al-Jubeir told reporters in Vienna.

    “The kingdom of Saudi Arabia has long called for more intensified international efforts to combat the scourge of terrorism in all its forms and shapes,” he said.

    The talks in Vienna involving some 20 countries and international organisations — but no Syrian representatives — are aimed at working out a roadmap to end the country’s bloody civil war after almost five years of combat.

    But there are deep divisions, notably between Iran and Russia on one side and Western and Arab nations on the other, on the future of President Bashar al-Assad and which opposition groups to back.

    Witnesses said that the gunmen who killed at least 120 people in the attacks late Friday in Paris shouted “Allahu akbar” (“Allah is the greatest”) and blamed France’s military intervention in Syria against Islamic State (IS) extremists.

  10. WSJ – Paris Attacks: Suicide Bomber Wearing an Explosive Vest Was Blocked From Entering Stade de France Soccer Venue

    At least one suicide bomber had a ticket to the France-Germany soccer game, but his explosive vest was found during a security check at the gate

    PARIS—At least one of the attackers outside France’s national soccer stadium had a ticket to the game and attempted to enter the 80,000-person venue, according to a Stade de France security guard who was on duty and French police.

    The guard—who asked to be identified only by his first name, Zouheir—said the attacker was discovered wearing an explosives vest when he was frisked at the entrance to the stadium about 15 minutes into the game. France was playing an exhibition against Germany inside.

    While attempting to back away from security, Zouheir said, the attacker detonated the vest. Zouheir, who was stationed by the players’ tunnel, said he was briefed on the sequence by the security frisking team at the gate.

    A police officer confirmed the sequence, adding that police suspect the attacker aimed to detonate his vest inside the stadium in order to provoke a deadly stampede.

    Around three minutes later, a second person also blew himself up outside the stadium. A third suicide attacker detonated explosives at a nearby McDonald’s, police said. One civilian died in the attacks, police said.

    The account sheds light on why the suicide attacks on Stade de France failed to cause the carnage that occurred at the Bataclan concert hall and restaurants across Paris. More than 120 people died in the string of attacks Friday.

    The blasts occurred during the first half of the game, sowing confusion throughout the stadium. At least two blasts were heard clearly inside the stadium, witnesses said, and on the television broadcast. Loud blasts aren’t uncommon at soccer matches on the European continent where fans sometimes set off firecrackers.

  11. Mass grave of ‘Yazidi women executed by ISIS’ found in Iraq

    A mass grave believed to hold the remains of dozens of Yazidi women executed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group was found Saturday in northern Iraq, officials said.

    The grave, which has not yet been excavated, is located on the edge of the town of Sinjar, which was captured from ISIS this week in an operation led by Kurdish security forces and backed by U.S.-led air strikes.

    The area is infamous for a brutal ISIS campaign of massacres, enslavement and rape against Yazidis, a minority group whose faith the jihadists consider heretical.

    The grave contains the bodies of some 78 women aged between 40 to around 80, according to younger women who had been enslaved by ISIS, witnessed the executions and later escaped, said Miyasir Hajji, a Sinjar council member.

    “It seems the (ISIS) terrorist members only wanted young girls to enslave,” Hajji said, a reference to jihadists using women as sex slaves who can be bought and sold.

    Mahma Khalil, the local official responsible for the Sinjar area, confirmed that the grave had been found, and said it is believed to contain some 80 victims.

    ISIS overran Sinjar in August last year, forcing thousands of Yazidis to flee to a mountain overlooking the town, where they were trapped by the jihadists.

    The United Nations has described the attack on the Yazidis as a possible genocide.

    Aiding the Yazidis was one of Washington’s main justifications for starting its air campaign against the jihadists last year.

  12. DAILY MAIL – French police are chasing ‘four heavily armed people’ in a Citroen that forced its way through a motorway toll road heading for Paris

    Police currently in pursuit of Citroen containing ‘four heavily armed men’
    Car reportedly stormed through motorway toll road and is heading to Paris
    The country remains on high alert after a string of terror attacks last night

    Police are reportedly chasing a car containing four ‘heavily armed men’ who stormed through a motorway toll road as they headed towards Paris.

    French police are said to be in pursuit of a Citroën Berlingo after it forced its way through a toll on the A10 in the Ablis area of Yvelines in north-west France at lunchtime today.

    The town is approximately 40 miles from the centre of Paris and the incident comes as police remain on high alert following a string of deadly terror attacks across the French capital last night.

    Police have also confirmed they are currently hunting a black Seat vehicle, registered abroad, which is ‘wanted in connection with the attacks’.

  13. France must ‘annihilate’ Islamist radicals, far-right leader Le Pen says

    PARIS (Reuters) – France must “annihilate” Islamist radicals and regain control of its borders, the far-right National Front party leader Marine Le Pen said on Saturday after deadly attacks in the French capital.

    “Urgent action is needed,” Le Pen told reporters the day after 127 people were killed in assaults on cafes, a concert hall and a soccer stadium.

    “Islamist fundamentalism must be annihilated, France must ban Islamist organizations, close radical mosques and expel foreigners who preach hatred in our country as well as illegal migrants who have nothing to do here,” she said.

    Islamic State claimed responsibility on Saturday for a coordinated assault by gunmen and bombers at locations across Paris, which President Francois Hollande said amounted to an act of war against France.

    Polls have been suggesting that Le Pen, known for her strong speeches against immigration, is likely to win regional elections in northern France in December. Surveys also see her making it to the second round of the presidential election in 2017, although not winning the run-off.

    Europe is facing a chaotic flow of migrants, many of them from predominantly Muslim countries, seeking peace and prosperity in Europe. Close to a million people have entered the bloc over the past few months, threatening Europe’s unity as its leaders argue about how to handle the crisis.

    “It is absolutely necessary that France regains control of its borders,” she said.

  14. BREITBART – Hungary’s Orban: Migrant Invasion Is European Left, American Democrat Plot To Import Left-Wing Voters

    The migrant invasion to Europe from the Middle East and Africa may be part of a left-wing plot to pack the continent with sympathetic voters, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has told Swiss magazine die Weltwoche. He also said that the British make better allies because they apply more “common sense” but argued that whether or not we are a Christian nation and continent is rarely discussed by Prime Minister David Cameron and the broader political right in Britain.

    Orban, who was the first European leader to erect a strong and almost impenetrable border fence, has previously hit out at pro migrant invasion individuals and ideologues including Hungarian-American businessman George Soros, whose Open Society Foundations provide funding to almost every pro-migration activist and talking head in the English-speaking world.

    Now, Mr. Orban has ramped up his rhetoric, insisting that there is a “master plan” by left-wing activists on both sides of the Atlantic, specifically pointing to “radical American Democrats” for their involvement, and the fact that Western, Judeo-Christian culture is being ignored in the whole debate.

    “Nobody has raised the question whether this is about our very existence, our cultural identity, our way of life.

    “I do not know with certainty what is really happening, and I don’t want to accuse anyone, but the suspicion is that all this is no accident. I’m not brave enough to speak in public with confidence about it. But one can not help to imagine that behind it a kind of master plan.

    He was asked who was behind the “master plan”, to which he replied: “My personal impression is that the elite of Europe, when it comes to questions of a spiritual nature, debate only shallow and secondary topics.

    “That’s the most difficult question. For this purpose, we need to identify some left wing political writing that has been published in recent years and addressed the future of the European Union and a potential European superstate.

    “I read these articles and essays, and it occurs to me that some authors called for a diminishing role of the nation state… The European Left and radical American Democrats have concocted a theory for this new world.

    He said the elite, or ruling classes are only concerned with “[c]ute things like human rights, progress, peace, openness, tolerance… We are not talking about freedom, we are not talking about Christianity, we do not talk about the nation and we are not talking about the pride.”

    “They see migration as an opportunity. The left-wing European intelligentsia was theoretically prepared. Now we are dealing with simplicity and power politics: All evidence and experience suggest that the overwhelming majority of these migrants will choose the political left once they are naturalised. So there are future voters left imported into Europe.

    His comments are backed up, at least with Britain’s experience with mass migration, with the fact that more immigrants than not vote for the Labour Party, or other left wing parties.

    And he spoke of how anti-mass migration voices are ignored and belittled.

    “The culture of debate, free exchange of views, of free speech is no longer necessarily part of the debate among us political leaders. Unfortunately, it is more and more rare in the public arena – that is in the media, in public opinion. Perhaps this is an effect of the migrant crisis: A free and honest exchange of views is becoming a smaller part of the culture of the European political elite. Everything is regulated, disciplined, and the orientation of each top politician corresponds to his political camp.

    “The left side is in this respect in Europe is much more skilful than the [right]… Due to political correctness, the EU has turned into a kind of royal court, where everyone has to behave properly, this migration is an urgent challenge for us.

    And the issue of voter apathy, or how European voters feel downtrodden by the quality of their leaders, arose:

    “The European citizen is convinced that its leaders are not effective. But the migration crisis has produced a new impression. It has nothing to do with efficiency, but with democracy. Now it comes to the question: Who the hell decided that policy? Because when it comes to existential questions such as our identity or to protect against terrorists, you must discuss it with the citizens, and we should discuss it with them.”

    Asked about his solutions, he responded: “If the Greeks comply with the Schengen rules, we would have no problem. If the Greeks can not, we have to get them to do that.”

    Mr. Orban’s government very recently announced that it would be sending a 300-strong border patrol force to Greece, presumably because he believes the Greeks will not abide by their obligations to secure Europe’s borders.

    He added, when asked if Greece should close its borders: “Yes, but the problem is that the Greeks do not want to do. For me it’s a great mystery why we accept this behaviour of the Greeks. Why do we not tell them: ‘Watch out, you are an EU member. We have helped you in your crisis, perhaps it wasn’t perfect, but we had the best intentions. You have a clear obligation, as far as you can. You have signed a contract called Schengen. Please do your job!’”

    And Mr. Orban was asked if he’s the only European politician that is willing to speak the way he does about the crisis, and why. He replied:

    “I know several European leaders, the privately share my views. But they have speak differently in public… It’s not a lack of courage, not hypocrisy, and not intellectual weakness. It is simply because that Europe is dominated by the left. When debating values, you need strong backing. Not many politicians have the strong voter support as I do.”

    And he repeated that the left dominates institutions across Europe: “…viewed from an intellectual point of view, the political right is still not as competitive as the left. We aren’t represented in the media, not strongly represented in the think tanks, universities and schools, i.e. where future generations are educated. This battle has been lost from our parents.”

    During the interview, Mr. Orban said the British have more “common sense” than others on the issue of immigration. But he reflected on the fact that British political leaders, especially those in the conservative movement, “do not discuss whether we are Christian or not…”

    He said he suspected German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s hands were tied by her governing coalition with the centre-left Social Democrats.

    European Union countries are deeply split over how to respond to the sudden and massive influx.

    Slovenia began erecting a razor wire fence along parts of its border with Croatia on Wednesday, and Sweden ostensibly closed its borders on Thursday, November 13th.

    Orban has said Hungary does not want Muslims in large numbers, and that migrants are coming to Europe not to flee danger but rather because they want “a German or perhaps a Swedish life”.

  15. Italy: ‘Islamic terrorism’ decried at anti-immigration CasaPound rally

    Hundreds of people attended a CasaPound rally in central Rome on Saturday, calling for their government to strengthen its fight against ‘Islamic terrorism’ and an end to grants and welfare for illegal immigrants.

  16. Phyllis Chessler:
    Now, I am going to say something cold-hearted, something that I began thinking about as the people were being murdered in Paris.

    If I were in charge of Israeli intelligence I would not share it with any European country until or unless the EU rescinds its vote on labelling/boycotting goods from Judea and Samaria; until and unless it directed its media to tell the truth about Israel instead of defaming it; until or unless the EU puts Palestinian terrorists on trial for the murder most foul of Israeli civilians.

    Europe is on fire
    Europe has hoisted itself on its own petard.

  17. DAILY MAIL : Jihadis sneaked into Europe as fake Syrian refugees: Killer’s passport was used by ‘migrant’ who arrived in Greece just weeks ago

    French police revealed a Syrian passport was found on a bomber’s body who registered as a refugee in Greece
    Authorities believe at least two of the terror cell traveled from Syria, through Turkey and into Greece since summer
    A second passport, from Egypt, was found on the body of another bomber who took part in the Paris terror attack

    PICS – Paris today :

  18. Paris attacks: Migrants fleeing from Syria say ‘This is not Islam’

    Syrian refugees in Serbia have condemned the attacks in Paris, saying the motives of gunmen and suicide bombers does not represent real Islam.

    Syrian refugees waiting to be registered at a migrant centre in the Serbian town of Presevo on the Macedonian border condemned the attacks in Paris, saying the assailants were not representative of Islam.

    “They need to show to people that this (here) is Islam. This is not Islam, they are not Islam and they don’t know God, never, believe me,” said Bushar, a refugee from the war-torn Syrian town of Aleppo. “We’ve seen the war in Syria before, and terrorists, different stupid people who do that, and even in Paris, or Syria, or America, or Germany, anywhere, they are not allowed to do that. God didn’t say in Islam to kill people. That’s not Islam, not our Islam.”

    Mohd Zahed, who fled from Aleppo with his wife and two children, hopes that his family will not have problems settling in Europe because of the attack in Paris.

    “I’m with my wife, my daughter, my son and the sister of my wife. We are not afraid because we are not doing this one [Paris attack], because Muslim people don’t do this one. Those who do this one are terrorists, and we are not. If we were terrorists we wouldn’t come this way. We would ‘jump’ by airplane or by ship, but we are coming this way because we are not like them,” he argued.[…]

  19. BREITBART – WATCH: Migrants Dislike Food, Demand TVs, Threaten To Go Back To Syria
    In a performance of ingratitude so staggering it should almost be satire, a group of newly arrived migrants in the Netherlands have declared their accommodation so poor they want to go back to Syria.

    Clearly used to appearing in front of a television camera, a glamorous, well-coiffured and made up Syrian migrant launches into a tirade against the generosity of Western European states. Gesturing to the modern accommodation building behind her, the clearly middle-class Syrian complains in perfect English: “This is not a life when you get inside to a room without a TV. Just a bed, there is no fridge, no lockers, no privacy”.

    Telling the television crew why the group of 15 had walked out on their free accommodation and food, the woman said: “we’re going to stay outside because we don’t want to eat this food, and we don’t want to stay in the room. We’re running away from our country because of the situation, and now we live in a jail.

    “Maybe we should go back to our country… I think it’s fair enough”.

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