(This may explain what happened to that exploding Somali ‘community center‘ in Minneapolis)
A congressional investigation found 72 employees of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) were on a terror watchlist at the same time.
“Back in August, we did an investigation—the inspector general did—of the Department of Homeland Security,” Rep. Stephen Lynch (D- Massachusetts) told Boston public radio “and they had 72 individuals that were on the terrorist watch list that were actually working at the Department of Homeland Security.”
“The [former DHS] director had to resign because of that,” he added.
Similar failures were seen in France, where 57 workers at Charles de Gaulle international airport in Paris were found to be on a terror watchlist. A full review of all 1,000 employees was ordered as a result.
2. ISIS “agressively” recruiting from Minnesota
3. about 5 muslims protest the Islamic State a month after the Paris attack along with a healthy padding of leftist supporters
4. Here is a comment that is worth reading and checking the links. Propane tanks, Christmas lights and cell phones can lead to a uniquely Islamic Christmas.
Paris: Secure-zone clearance has been withdrawn for nearly 70 people working at two Paris airports following the November 13 terror attacks on the French capital, the boss of the airports company said today.
So-called red badges are issued to people employed in the secure zone of Roissy-Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports, working for instance as baggage handlers, aircraft cleaners and suppliers.
Augustin de Romanet, Chief Executive Officer of Aeroports de Paris (ADP), said the prefecture — the representative of the state — which issues the badges had carried out a screening after the attacks on Paris, in which 130 people were killed and 350 injured.
(ANSA) – BRUSSELS, DECEMBER 11 – The European Commission has today addressed a letter of formal notice to Hungary, opening an infringement procedure concerning the recently adopted Hungarian asylum legislation. The EU Commission has found the Hungarian legislation in some instances to be incompatible with EU law.
Firstly, Brussels is concerned that there is no possibility to refer to new facts and circumstances in the context of appeals and that Hungary is not automatically suspending decisions in case of appeals – effectively forcing applicants to leave their territory before the time limit for lodging an appeal expires, or before an appeal has been heard.
Annie Giles-Quinn, from Collyhurst, was enjoying a night out with a friend in the Northern Quarter on Friday.
At the end of the night, she asked the landlord of The Wheatsheaf, on Oak Street, to call a private hire taxi to pick her up.
But when it arrived the driver refused to take her home because of Annie’s guide dog Mr Quinn.
Video footage, captured on Annie’s smartphone, shows the landlord arguing with the taxi driver outside the pub, reports the Manchester Evening News .
(This is a narrative report which forces us to guess as to the motive of the driver for breaking UK law to refuse a service dog for the blind)
8. Leader of an Indian Hindu organization is in jail for suggesting Islam’s founder, the rapist, pedophile, mass murderer and general all around monster, might have been the world’s first homo. Teaching that the mass murders, rapes of children and genocidal actions of Mohamed and his gang of thugs were a good thing however, gets you a job in the local mosque as an imam.
The Times of India had in a report said that Tiwari, who claims to be the working president of Hindu Mahasabha, had called Prophet Muhammad the first homosexual in the world.
Tiwari’s statement had come a day after UP Cabinet minister Azam Khan called RSS members homosexuals.
According to reports, around one lakh Muslims on Friday gathered in Muzaffarnagar, demanding death penalty for Tiwari.
Indian News video of protests set to dramatic music
More protest video here sort of in English
(That they know about or admit to)
Interior Minister Petteri Orpo said on Thursday that the arrest of two Iraqis on suspicion of eleven murders in Iraq shows that Finnish law enforcement is up to the task. Orpo added that according to Finnish intelligence, some 300 asylum seekers in Finland have some link to terrorism.
Thank you Richard, M., Kathy, Gates of Vienna, Pym Purnell, Wrath of Khan and all who took the effort to research and send in materials in the comments. More to come today.