ROBERT Mugabe has been removed from power and placed under house arrest with his family in what has been described as a “bloodless transition” as the military continues to deny reports of a coup.
The move comes after the Zimbabwe army seized power overnight with gunshots and explosions heard in the capital.
President Robert Mugabe, 93, is allegedly now preparing to step down, a few hours after the Zimbabwean military took over power, a leading South African news website has reported.
Jane Morley, Zimbabwe Analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit said: “The situation in Zimbabwe remains highly fluid following the military takeover on November 14th.
“There are suggestions that the incumbent, Robert Mugabe, will resign, after which an interim government will take over, and elections held.
Related: UN appointed Mugabe as something or other for tourism. The UN never met a tyrant, mass murderer or terrorist they didn’t fawn over.
(This will be difficult for Canadians to understand, as we feel the way to treat returning jihadis is to give them literally millions of dollars, and high political office.)
In a pioneering case, a 25-year-old jihadist who left Denmark to fight for Daesh (ISIS/ISIL) has been stripped of his Danish citizenship. This marks the first time a person born and raised in Denmark has had their national passport revoked.
Denmark’s Supreme Court sentenced Enes Ciftci to six years’ imprisonment, deprivation of citizenship and expulsion from the Nordic country for joining Daesh and financing terrorism economically, Danish Radio reported.
The man fought alongside his fellow Islamists in Syria and was first sentenced to seven years in prison by the District Court. However, the sentence was changed by the Court of Appeal, which also denied the jihadist his Danish citizenship. Nevertheless, the sentence was upheld by the Supreme Court.
A council in Britain is taking action to crack down on “Islamophobia” in response to some parents refusing to send their children on mosque visits arranged by schools.
After it emerged that some pupils were being prevented from going on school trips to mosques by their families, Staffordshire’s Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education (SACRE) produced a document claiming mosque visits are vital in preparing children for life in “diverse” Britain.
While families have the right to remove their children from school trips, SACRE said it was a “serious matter” that pupils have been withdrawn from mosque visits. Some parents have cited concerns over cost and safety in their requests, while others deplored a “political agenda” behind the activities, according to the Stoke Sentinel.
(Strongly recommend clicking through to read the whole article. The question is asked if muslim students must go prey at other temples of other religions, but it is NOT answered. There is more. Clearly the public schools in GB are on a clear and swept path to Islamification. It isn’t subtle or even deniable anymore.)
4. Tommy Robinson on Stephan M.
5. Sandra Solomon speaks to the koran as hate literature
B Upendran | HENB | New Delhi | Nov 14, 2017:: An alarming audio clip in Malayalam, allegedly originating from the Islamic State, has surfaced on messaging application Telegram calling for war on India, specifically mentioning terror attacks on the Kumbh Mela and Thrissur pooram, which see huge footfall annually.
The voice in the 10-minute video is said to be of Rashid Abdullah, the alleged leader of the IS module in Kasaragod who had left the country to join IS in Afghanistan. The audio clip quotes Quran and claims that it is the 50th such clip from Daulatul Islam. Rashid deliberately invoked a call to kill the Kafirs of India, i.e. all the Indian Hindu, Christian, Buddhist, Jain, Sikh and other non-Muslims.
Thank you Wrath of Khan, M., Gates of Vienna, Kathy, MissPiggy, Xanthippa and many more. As always, the comments at the Reader’s links post is highly informative. Please check it when you can.
One other thing:
I was trying to find a comment by Yucki and gave up as its not as easy to search comments as I had hoped. So this is, in essence, meant to be a reply to a comment by Yucki, but may be of wider interest, especially to anyone who has a Mac, and who recently updated to High Sierra.
Yucki had made a comment that her work had been stolen from her local machine and mysteriously moved up to iCloud, which she neither authorized nor signed up to.
I assumed that she had not sufficiently avoided the numerous attempts Apple makes to get the user to use Icloud and left a box checked accidentally.
One of our team upgraded to High Sierra several days ago and had no problems.
Until last night just as Apple help line had closed.
All of a sudden, a document which represented hours and hours of work, was not in the location they always are saved to. In fact, despite the constant saves of the document to the usual folder, it was not on their machine at all.
they had to do a global search for it and lo! it was on Icloud although they had specifically and conscientiously unchecked it and made sure that it was not an option. This is DAYS after High Sierra was installed, so it cannot have been a function of the option at upgrade.
they managed to download the file and turn off all options and sign out of it. But it most certainly happened that they were signed into iCloud without knowledge or consent and it started to actually move documents there, not copy, but MOVE them. Something which is actually a 2 step process if one wants to move things to one’s own backup drive. Copy, then delete.
So if this was Yucki’s experience, and it was certainly our colleague’s, please all be warned. Your computer is not your computer once you have High Sierra on it. It seems that it can take your data, put it on Apple servers, and delete it from your machine.
While its reasonably safe from hackers as its encrypted on their servers, this is hardly the issue. Calling Apple and detailing the event should this happen to you may prompt them to look into it and maybe fix it, but do not expect them to admit this is happening. You won’t get satisfaction.