A leisure centre in Calais has banned migrants from the ‘Jungle’ camp from using the swimming pool after female swimmers complained men had performed ‘obscene acts’ in front of them.
Mayor of Calais Natacha Bouchart made the decision to turn away the UK-bound asylum seekers from the Iceo leisure centre, saying she was inundated with complaints.
The men had come from the camp, where there is little access to toilets and showers, and Mrs Bouchard added they were also creating a potential health hazard.
Mayor of Calais Natacha Bouchart has banned migrants from the ‘jungle’ camp from using the Iceo leisure centre, pictured, after complaints men had been performing ‘obscene acts’
She also told how women using the pool, which also has a sauna, said there had been incidents of bad and obscene behaviour.
(Links to that site often do not work and bring you to the front page instead. If thats the case, please search for this word string to get to the article: Turkey gives the cold shoulder to US proposal to seal Syria border)
Prime Minister Ahmet Davuto?lu has underlined the difficulties and potential complications of a move by Turkey to close the border with Syria, as a report revealed Ankara’s anger over U.S. leadership’s insistence on using Turkish ground forces on the border to accomplish this goal.
“Keeping the entire border with Syria [closed] may come on the agenda as a project but then what will you do about transiting refugees? We have a moral responsibility along this 911-kilometer-long border and it is accepting refugees. We have a strategic responsibility and it is ensuring security of the border. Not having terrorists transition and any negative developments on the Turkey-Syria border are in Turkey’s interest. We have paid the highest price for Daesh’s terrorist activities,” Davuto?lu said on Dec. 3 in response to a question on border security, using the Arabic acronym Daesh to refer to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
“There is nothing more difficult than protecting a border on the other side of which there is no political authority. There is no functioning state system or counterpart administration on the other side. At the moment, around 98 kilometers of our border seem under Daesh control. In the past months we had given orders to build physical barriers on the entire border and these physical barriers are being built. Control is maintained through signal systems but beyond that we are conducting all kinds of works to eradicate Daesh from these 98 kilometers,” Davuto?lu said at a press conference ahead of his departure for an official visit to Baku.
“The characteristic of Russia’s operations [in Syria], which are not against Daesh, is one of the factors which obstructs the eradication of Daesh from our borders,” he added.
(all this to say that Turkey will continue to support the Islamic State)
4. Police: More than 2,000 ammo rounds in suspect’s home
(This video is uncharacteristically informative and should be seen)
(I believe the Turkish leader, being true to form, is adopting another tactic borrowed from 5 year olds. This one is commonly known as, “I know you are but what am I”)
Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a televised speech today: ‘We have the proof in our hands. We will reveal it to the world.’
Ankara’s accusation comes after Russia accused Erdogan’s family of involvement in the trade with ISIS – part of a black market enterprise which adds millions of dollars to the terrorists’ coffers.
6. Idomeni episodes between immigrants (Idomeni?)
Rock throwing and so on. The upload date is today, Dec. 3 2015
7. San Bernardino suspect in touch with international terrorist group members and was ‘radicalized’.(I think ‘radicalized’ means he was bitten by a radioactive muslim) Caution: Link causes problems for me in Firefox. It is a solid Californian news organization but the page is full of code and crashed my browser once already.
8. Co-worker Patrick Baccari says Syed Farook was gone for about a month in the spring. When he came back word got around Farook had been married, and the woman he described as a pharmacist joined him shortly afterward. The couple had a baby later this year.
(This was of course, the logical response predictable from the start. Points of origin would not allow their own people to return. And why would they. Each of them is a cash cow for the state sending in incalculably large sums of foreign capital to their home countries taken from welfare roles etc. They are infinitely more valuable as agents of the home state to the West than they could ever be at home)
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan refused on Thursday to allow 30 migrants deported from Greece to disembark from a plane at the Benazir International Airport, Islamabad, the interior ministry said, a week after high-level talks with the European Union to settle a dispute over forced repatriations.
“On the orders of Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, the FIA has not allowed these illegally deported people and the aircraft crew to leave the plane,” the ministry said in a statement, referring to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).
French authorities announced Wednesday they shut down three mosques for an alleged “pattern of radicalization,” but terrorism analysts said such tactics are unlikely to be repeated in the USA.
Though a few small European mosques have been taken over by radicals — and it has happened in the USA — that’s not the trend anymore, said Evan Kohlmann, an analyst at the New York-based threat intelligence firm Flashpoint.
“Anyone in this country that gets the least reputation for being a known radicalizer is immediately investigated by the FBI,” Kohlmann said. “People with connections to extremists are investigated and removed from their positions.”
The French raid was conducted under the terms of a prolonged state of emergency instituted after the terrorist attacks Nov. 13 in Paris that left 130 people dead. Islamic State extremists claimed responsibility for the attacks.
(At this point it bears mentioning that two academic and rigorously conducted studies of US mosques have been done, one by the FBI and one by David Yerushlami and both of them concluded that over 80% of US mosques preach violent or kinetic jihad)
Thank you M., Buck, Malca, Dan F., and all who vigilantly send in links of importance for penetrating the narrative.