1. Congress votes to restrict Syrian refugees
(Simultaneously smashing both the notions that Jews are smarter than average and the idea that Jews have a stronger sense of self preservation)
Ten Jewish groups have sent a letter to Congress members on Tuesday urging them not to roll back plans to accept Syrian refugees into the United States.
“To turn our back on refugees would be to betray our nation’s core values,” said the letter, as Congress began considering measures that would put a stop to the Obama administration’s plans to bring in 10,000 Syrian refugees over the next year.
Six girls decided not to commemorate the victims of the Paris massacres. Six pupils at a technical institute in Varese, all Muslim, the children of North-African immigrants, rose from their seats on Sunday afternoon and left the classroom during the minute of silence the school held in homage to those who died in Bataclan, the Stade de France, the Paris bars and all the places frequented by their contemporaries.
4. Many known terror-tards still at large
5. Balkan states begin rejecting economic migrants
‘he wants to go to Germany and study to become a Human Rights activist’
6. Donald Trump suggests a database to track illegals and terrorist threats.
(Here is an excellent example of total moral inversion. The man who pulled the emergency alarm is guilty of an actual crime. He literally did scream fire in a crowded theater that happened to be traveling at 80 miles per hour underground in a tube. That is a crime. But the person who said something offensive to the adherents of an ideology who could on a seconds notice, change to any other belief system, change clothes etc. was arrested for ‘racism’ for saying things that are likely demonstrably true)
Two Muslim women were accosted and verbally assaulted on a Toronto subway train on Wednesday night, the TTC said, and anti-Muslim graffiti was found on a GO Transit train.
TTC spokesman Brad Ross condemned the incident, which he said took place around 6 p.m. Wednesday night at Sherbourne Station.
The TTC has “zero tolerance for these kind of people,” Ross told CBC News.
Two men and a woman boarded a train and proceeded to make racist comments about the two Muslim women, including an implication that they could be terrorists, he said.
The woman who was in the group that made the racial slurs allegedly pushed one of the Muslim women, Ross said.
A witness on the train activated the emergency alarm and the Toronto police officers and TTC special constables responded to the scene. The offenders, however, fled.
Police are investigating and officers took statements from the victims and witness, Ross said.
(While certainly, if true, pushing someone is a real crime, it would be assault, if every-time someone saw or heard anything they found offensive on mass transit they hit the emergency stop, the Friday after-work commute wouldn’t get you home in time for work on Monday. And that is being kind)
Immediately after the attacks, speculation appeared in the media that the murderer was a member of a radical Islamic group, the Wahhabis, but the state Security Minister Dragan Mektic clarified that Omeragic was not a Wahhabi.
“The only thing we knew about the suspect was that his brother-in-law was registered as a radical and was under police detention several times. Anyway, the police discovered in Omeragic’s house certain notes in which he glorified ISIL. Therefore, I believe he was preparing this crime,” Mektic told a press conference in Sarajevo, referring to another acronym for the “Islamic State” terror group. He stressed that the killer was most probably influenced by his radicalized brother-in-law.
Islamic State militants released a video on Thursday threatening the White House with suicide bombings and car blasts and vowing to conduct more attacks on France.
The six-minute video released by Islamic State fighters in Iraq applauds last week’s Paris attacks, according to a translation of the Arabic provided by the Maryland-based SITE Intelligence Group.
The latest threat comes one day after the militant group put out a video showing scenes of New York City, which suggested it was also a target.
Islamic State, which controls a large territory in Syria and Iraq, has claimed responsibility for last Friday’s attacks in Paris in which 129 people were killed.
FBI Director James Comey said on Thursday he was not aware of any credible threat of a “Paris-type attack” in the United States.
(“I shall be made victorious with terror” Bukhari (4.52.220))
(If they are religious muslims, they must therefore be terrorists or wildly supportive of it)
Thank you Oz-Rita, M., ML., Gates of Vienna, Wrath of Khan, and many many more. Still more to come.