Reader’s links, January 7, 2018

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128 Replies to “Reader’s links, January 7, 2018”

    • Healthy women capable of living longer and (perhaps) bearing robust children.

      Now there’s a felonious notion!!!

      Who are these criticizing shites and why isn’t there sufficient public censure to make these ambulatory wads of Politically Correct excrement crawl back into the slimy holes that they came from?!?

  1. The Kerala government has issued an order against Peace International School for allegedly propagating communal content. The Chief Minister’s Office issued an order to the Director of Public Instructions (DPI) asking the latter to take necessary actions to shut down the institution.

    “In order to prevent Muslims from joining IS activities, it is highly necessary to stop the operations of such institutions,” read the letter.

  2. ‘We’re sick of feeling ­unsafe’: Melbourne family to FLEE to Brisbane after being targeted by African crime wave in repetitive break-ins and car thefts
    Family in Melbourne is moving to Queensland to escape the African crime wave
    Beaton family-of-five is fleeing the state after being victims of repetitive crime
    They have experienced multiple burglaries and car break-ins in the past year
    ‘We’re just sick of feeling ­unsafe,’ mother Danielle Beaton told The Australian

    • I call BS on this Muslim woman.

      Please, Babs. Not “BS”, but “Accessory Before the Fact to Mass Murder”, carrying an appropriate life-sentence-without-parole, no reduced time for good behavior, or any possibility of early release. Permanent solitary confinement would be the least that this sack of shite deserves.

      Remember, besides a loss of 49 people killed and 53 others wounded during the Orlando “Pulse” massacre, there was that niggling matter of some $5.5 million in hospital bills (generously) waived by area hospitals.

      How many elderly or critically ill patients will be underserved due to this unexpected absorption of critical resources?

      May this treacherous Islamic broodmare never-again see the light of day.

  3. Syria: 23 dead in explosion at jihadist base

    At least 23 people, including seven civilians, killed in car bomb at a base for Asian jihadists in Idlib.

    At least 23 people, including seven civilians, were killed on Sunday in an explosion at a base for Asian jihadists in northwestern Syria’s Idlib city, AFP reports.

    Extremist groups fighting in Syria count thousands of Asians among their ranks, including many from central Asian states and members of the Muslim Uighur ethnic minority of China’s Xinjiang province.

    “A large explosion on Sunday evening hit the base of the Ajnad al-Qawqaz faction in Idlib,” said Rami Abdel Rahman, head of the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. He added that most of the non-civilian casualties were fighters from the group.

    He did not specify the cause of the blast, but activists on social media said a car bomb was responsible.

    Dozens of people were wounded, particularly fighters, according to Abdel Rahman who said the base was “almost completely destroyed” and that nearby buildings were damaged.

    The Ajnad al-Qawqaz group includes hundreds of Caucasian fighters and is battling alongside the Fateh al-Sham Front to repel a Syrian regime advance in the southeast of Idlib province, noted AFP.

    Fateh al-Sham used to be known as the Al-Nusra Front, the Syrian affiliate of Al-Qaeda, before cutting ties with Al-Qaeda.

    The area of Idlib has seen intense clashes following a regime offensive aimed at seizing a strategically vital highway between Damascus and second city Aleppo.

    The Observatory, which relies on a network of activists across Syria, said regime forces had seized more than 60 villages in the area since December 25.

    An alliance dominated by Fateh al-Sham now controls much of Idlib province where there are regular car bombings, often blamed on disputes between armed factions.

    Some residents blame the Islamic State (ISIS) group for such attacks, although the group has no open presence in the province.

    ISIS and Fateh al-Sham are rival groups. Abu Mohammad al-Golani, the head of Fateh al-Sham, in the past described ISIS’s self-proclaimed caliphate in parts of Syria and Iraq as “illegitimate”.


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