(One wonders how much longer Sweden will be able to act against these kinds of characters)
The Swedish authorities have filed criminal charges against a Syrian man who is suspected of having participated in the mass killing of captured Syrian soldiers in 2012.
The police arrested the man, Haisam Omar Sakhanh, on Friday, in the town of Karlskoga, Sweden, and charged him with a crime against international law.
In September 2013, The New York Times revealed the mass killings, publishing a video showing Syrian rebels killing seven captured soldiers, in Idlib Province in northwestern Syria. A former rebel, who was repulsed by the atrocities, provided a video of the killings to The Times.
2. Canadian Imam makes his ambitions for Jerusalem clear as a bell
3. How interesting is it that the same comedian in Germany who is facing jail time for insulting Erdogan with that great poem, also insulted the hell out of Poland and its leaders but no charges, suits or issues at all.
A new propaganda video by ISIS shows teenagers smiling like freaks as they line up to kill captured prisoners in front of a crowd of captive locals in Iraq.
The teenagers emerged from the crowd when the ISIS jihadis asked for volunteers to brutally execute the prisoners.
“An Al-Qaeda terrorist convicted of plotting attacks against US targets in Europe received about €78,000 in compensation, as he claimed his human rights were violated by his extradition to the US.” Europe is in full appeasement and surrender mode. Why didn’t they just make Nizar Trabelsi Prime Minister?
“The revelation is another blow to German Chancellor Merkel’s attempts to assuage fears over the deal struck with Turkey which will see refugees returned to the country after arriving in Europe.” If that deal is rescinded, it will mean more Muslim migrants in Europe.
In Afghanistan and elsewhere in the Islamic world, this kind of behavior is broadly tolerated. Women are so devalued, men look to other men and boys for sexual pleasure. Also, the Qur’an promises not just virgins to the blessed, but boys like “scattered pearls”:
“Those are the ones brought near in the Gardens of Pleasure, a company of the former peoples and a few of the later peoples, on thrones woven, reclining on them, facing each other. There will circulate among them young boys made eternal with vessels, pitchers and a cup from a flowing spring.” — Qur’an 56:11-18
(If one games out this scenario, it becomes clear that few alternatives remain that might be effective other than a seriously kinetic response from the Buddhists in Bangladesh. If this is treated as a criminal justice situation, as we idiotically do in the West, its a matter of a short amount of time till there are no Buddhists in Bangladesh and only Islam will be tolerated publicly. Yes, maybe a few muslims will be in jail for a while but they will have achieved their strategic goal of a Buddha-rhine country with few or no casualties.
When war is waged upon you, surrender or fight back. Anything else is inefficient.)
While no one immediately claimed responsibility for the killing, it follows a slew of murders in recent years of members of religious minority groups, foreigners, atheist bloggers and secular publishers in Bangladesh by suspected Islamist radicals. The killings have come amid growing concern that religious extremism is gaining ground in the Muslim-majority nation of 160 million.
(What a dishonest headline. There is no ‘right’ to join a voluntary organization and then force it to change its rules and customs to suit you. History, if there is any rational history after this era, should refer to us as ‘the age of Peter Pan’ where what you can imagine trumps what is, especially if what is actually works)
(No need to worry for the UN Security Council’s peace. When it comes to Islamic horror, the alarm is actually the winner of last year’s Euro-song contest at low volume and the snooze button is the size of a football field and remains active for several months at a time)
The UN Security Council has said it is alarmed by ties between Nigeria’s Boko Haram Islamist militants and the Islamic State (IS) group.
In a statement, it said Boko Haram – which pledged allegiance to IS in 2015 – continued to “undermine the peace and stability” in West and Central Africa.
Meanwhile, a senior US official said there were reports of Boko Haram fighters joining IS in Libya.
Nigeria is to host a summit on Saturday on fighting Boko Haram.
President Muhammadu Buhari will welcome counterparts from Benin, Cameroon, Chad and Niger for the gathering in Abuja, along with French President Francois Hollande, UK Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
An Iranian pastor once sentenced to death for renouncing Islam and converting to Christianity has been rearrested, according to a global Christian advocacy group.
Youcef Nadarkhani, 38, was arrested Friday by Iranian authorities along with his wife, Tina Pasandide Nadarkhani, and three members of their house church.
Nadarkhani and his wife faced interrogation for several hours before being released later in the day. The status of the other detainees was not immediately clear, according to a report by Christian Solidarity Worldwide.
In October 2009, Nadarkhani was first arrested and found guilty of apostasy by a lower court in Gilan, a province in Rasht.
(So Canada is going to reopen the embassy of a nation that actually has death for apostasy laws in effect. We should nail the buildings shut and throw the Saudis out with it)
Thank you Maria J., Richard, Wrath of Khan, Egri Nok, Johnny U.,
Interesting article and video here which may make one suspect that the New York Times doesn’t like Hillary Clinton. Even so, it does paint a grim picture of her involvement in Libya, seeming to exculpate Obama for any guilt in that disaster.
Hey and what ever happened to Michael Coren?