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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Toilet Paper Jihad


Talk about living in the stone age. I guess they used their hands to wipe their ass all the time. 

Why Do Camels Weep?

Why do Camels Weep?

Muslims are savages who enjoy watching anything suffer. Their born to hate and torture. Sick fucks don't belong on this earth.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

96 Y.O. WOMAN ASSASSINATED BY MUSLIM ASYLUM SEEKER IN AMSTERDAM



No more savages allowed to migrate to any civilized country. Make this the law. Send them all back to hell.

UK: Muslim mayor rigged elections, charged foes with “Islamophobia”

UK: Muslim mayor rigged elections, charged foes with “Islamophobia”

Lutfur RahmanLutfur Rahman may be looking for work now; I suggest he become the poster child for what is wrong with contemporary Britain. Today Islamic supremacists like Rahman — and, at the other end of the spectrum, the participants in Muslim rape gangs — are able to get away with almost everything, because those who should be stopping them are desperately afraid of charges of “racism” and “Islamophobia.” They’re more afraid of those charges than they are of the destruction and damage that these Islamic supremacists leave in their wake. It is good that Lutfur Rahman has been barred from standing for office again, but unless there is a massive change in the British political culture, and this cowardice and appeasement set aside, there will be many more Lutfur Rahmans.
“Lutfur Rahman played the Islamophobia card to silence his critics. And too many on the left fell for it,” by James Bloodworth, Independent, April 23, 2015:
Lutfur Rahman was “more Labour than many in Labour”. He was a “democratic success story” whose opponents were engaged in an “Islamophobic campaign of lies”.
I challenge you to come up with a selection of sillier statements about the soon-to-be-former-Mayor of Tower Hamlets.
An election court today found that Rahman had “driven a coach and horses” through local authority law and “engaged in corrupt and illegal practices” to win elections. According to the Court, which ruled on a case brought against the Mayor for ballot-rigging, intimidation and racism in the electoral campaign of 2014, rather than being a “democratic success story”, Rahman trashed the electoral process in a “ruthless and dishonest manner”. To make matters worse the Mayor silenced critics using spurious accusations of Islamophobia and racism.
Those of us who have lived in Lutfur Rahman’s Tower Hamlets in recent years had a fair idea that something wasn’t right. An atmosphere of menace and intimidation prevailed at council meetings and a cult of personality was thrown up around Rahman himself, with posters carrying the Mayor’s face (and little else) increasingly ubiquitous in the borough. Extremist preachers were invited to speak in council chambers and council grants were directed away from secular organisations in favour of groups which mainly served the Bangladeshi and Muslim communities.
As for fighting elections, political arguments were replaced with well-orchestrated smear campaigns; the accusation of racism was reduced from a grave and serious charge to a tactic used to get Rahman elected. Labour mayoral candidate John Biggs was publicly branded a racist for having the temerity to accuse Rahman of the things he has today been found guilty of. Meanwhile, Rahman’s Labour rival Helal Abbas was falsely branded a “wife beater” in a mysterious newspaper which appeared on the doorsteps of every property in Tower Hamlets in 2010.
The story of Lutfur Rahman might be a parable for our times. Despite standing for election on a divisive communalist ticket and being backed by the far-right Islamist Forum of Europe (IFE), support on the far-left for Britain’s first Muslim Mayor was remarkably strong. Some even claimed that Lutfur Rahman was a socialist, despite his support base being made up of George Galloway’s Respect party, wealthy local restaurateurs and the IFE. Hardly the Socialist International, is it?
What many residents of Tower Hamlets strongly suspected was today confirmed in the election court. The Court ruled that the mayoral election of 2014 was void and t
Yet one can already hear the predictable accusations of an establishment “stitch up” coming from defenders of Rahman on the left. Many purveyors of ostensibly left-wing politics appear willing to ignore the toxicity engulfing Rahman simply because he professes to be a devout Muslim
hat Rahman was banned from standing for office again.


Monday, April 20, 2015

The inhuman killing of stray dogs in Shiraz (Iran) by Acid Injection

Mark Levin: We have an Islamo-Nazi problem inside this country » The Right Scoop -

Mark Levin: We have an Islamo-Nazi problem inside this country » The Right Scoop -
Mark Levin opened his show tonight warning that there will be more terror attacks in this country if we don’t deal with the urgent Islamo-Nazi problem that has been made evident via the Somali community in Minnesota. He plays audio of officials from a press conference in Minnesota today where they blatantly say we have a terror-recruiting problem in the Somali community and it’s not just one person doing it.
Levin ties this into the current issue of illegal immigration and points out that our weak politicians aren’t doing anything about it,

Russian troops kill leader of Islamic Caucasus Emirate | The Long War Journal

Russian troops kill leader of Islamic Caucasus Emirate | The Long War Journal
A photograph of Ali Abu Muhammad al Dagestani after his death, published on Vilayat Dagestan’s Arabic Twitter feed.
Russian security forces killed Ali Abu Muhammad al Dagestani, the emir of the al Qaeda-affiliated Islamic Caucasus Emirate, during a special operations raid in the Russian Republic of Dagestan today. Since taking command of the Islamic Caucasus Emirate (ICE) in 2014, Dagestani has supported al Qaeda and opposed the establishment of the rival Islamic State.
Dagestani was killed by Russian troops after he and other jihadists were surrounded in a home in the town of Buynaksk, according to VDagestan, the official media branch of Vilayat Dagestan, an ICE “province.” VDagestan’s Arabic Twitter feed posted a photograph of the slain emir. Later, the photograph and a report of his death was posted on VDagestan’s official Arabic website. According to the website, Shamil Bulakhani, a “brother” and the emir of Dagestan’s Ontsokol district was also killed.
A spokesman for Russia’s National Anti-terrorist Committee confirmed to TASS that “a number of leaders of an international terrorist organization” were trapped in a home in Buynaksk, and “two of them were neutralized” after a clash. The Russian media has not reported that Dagestani was killed.
Vilayat Dagestan’s announcement of Dagestani’s death should come as no surprise, as the group remained loyal to al Qaeda even after some senior leaders defected to the Islamic State. Vilayat Dagestan has been embroiled in a controversy since Rustam Asilderov, the group’s former emir, and other ICE members defected to the Islamic State in December 2014. Vilayat Dagestan’s propaganda arm remained loyal to al Qaeda while the defectors were denounced by Dagestani, who named Said Arakanskiy as the new leader for Dagestan. Arakanskiy also denounces the Islamic State. [See LWJ reports, Dagestani jihadist swears allegiance to Islamic State, invoking backlash, and New jihadist leader in Dagestan denounces Islamic State defectors.]
Dagestani’s death is a blow to ICE and al Qaeda. He was recognized by al Qaeda as being a loyal leader who has been trained in their version of sharia, or Islamic Law. Sharia scholars are important to al Qaeda as they provide religious justification for al Qaeda’s activities, operations, and alliances with other jihadist and Muslim groups. Two other senior al Qaeda sharia officials, Ibrahim al Rubaish and Harith bin Ghazi al Nadhari, have been killed in a US drone strike in Yemen this year.
The Islamic Caucasus Emirate has not announced Dagestani’s successor, but a possible candidate is Muhammad Abu Usman, ICE’s chief sharia judge in Dagestan. Abu Usman is prominently featured on VDagestan’s website. In addition to serving as the top sharia official for Dagestan, he has also denounced Asilderov’s defection to the Islamic State, a clear indication he is loyal to al Qaeda.
Openly loyal to al Qaeda
Dagestani, whose real name is Aliaskhab Kebekov, assumed command of ICE after his predecessor,Doku Umarov, was killed by Russian forces in late 2013 or early 2014. Dagestani’s allegiance to al Qaeda became obvious after the rivalry between Ayman al Zawahiri’s organization and the Islamic State, ruled by Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, flared up last year. Al Qaeda and the Islamic State have sparred over control of the global jihad, and this has spilled over to the Caucasus region.
The US State Department listed Dagestani as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist just last month. In its designation, State said that Dagestani “issued a video statement proclaiming the Caucasus Emirate’s ‘structural subordination’ to al Qaeda and noted his group’s readiness to execute orders and instructions from al Qaeda’s leaders.” [See LWJ report, State Department adds Islamic Caucasus Emirate leader to terrorist list.]
In late June, Dagestani released a video in which he discussed the efficacy of suicide bombings and the necessity of avoiding civilian casualties. He referred to Ayman al Zawahiri as “our leader” in the video and noted that Zawahiri has “urged rebels to avoid places where civilians gather.”
The ICE emir was likely referencing the jihadist guidelines issued by al Qaeda under Zawahiri’s direction. Al Qaeda is attempting to limit the jihadists’ creation of civilian casualties in the Muslim majority world as it tries to build a broader base of popular support.
The State Department reports that in December 2014, Dagestani “praised the killing of 14 Chechen law enforcement officers by militants who claimed allegiance to him and the Caucasus Emirate.” That operation was consistent with Zawahiri’s guidelines, as the jihadists targeted security officers. But other attacks may violate the directive. In 2013, Foggy Bottom notes, “Caucasus regional police sources reported that Dagestani ordered the killing of Sheikh Said-Afandi Chirkeyskiy, a prominent moderate religious leader in the Republic of Dagestan, also in the North Caucasus region of Russia, who was ideologically opposed to the Caucasus Emirate.” It is unknown what ideological justifications Dagestani offered for the assassination, assuming that he ordered it.
Still, Dagestani did not hide his fealty to Zawahiri.
In September 2014, Dagestani released another video addressing Zawahiri and other leading jihadist ideologues as the “scholars of the ummah,” or international community of Muslims. All of the other scholars addressed by the ICE head in the video back al Qaeda in its rivalry with the Islamic State. The other scholars included: Abu Muhammad al Maqdisi, Hani al Sibai, Tariq Abd al Halim, and Abu Qatada al Filistini, all of whom have criticized Baghdadi.
Dagestani referred to the “scholars” collectively as “our valued brothers, the loved ones, the delights of our eye.” It is likely that he addressed them in these glowing terms as a reply, of sorts, to the Islamic State and its supporters, who have been accused of slandering the veteran jihadist ideologues for not supporting the Islamic State.
“We rely on you in our jihad and follow you as our paragon,” Dagestani said, addressing the jihadist leaders. “Therefore, do not forget us in your provision of advice and guidance whenever this is feasible and possible for you.”
In late September and early October of last year, Dagestani played a leading role in promoting a jihadist truce initiative in Syria. He joined other al Qaeda ideologues in issuing “An Initiative and Call for a Ceasefire Between Factions in Syria.” The proposed truce aimed to take advantage of the America-led bombing campaign in Syria to promote a ceasefire between the Islamic State and its foes. The Islamic State did not formally agree to such a deal.
Al Qaeda rallies around Dagestani
Dagestani’s importance to al Qaeda became evident after the defection of Vilayat Dagestn’s emir in December 2014. Top sharia officials in al Qaeda rallied around Dagestani.
In January, sharia officials from al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and the Al Nusrah Front, as well as other al Qaeda-linked jihadists, issued a joint statement denouncing the men who had broken their oaths of allegiance to Dagestani. The al Qaeda ideologues argued that the Islamic State’s self-declared “caliphate” was illegitimate, because it lacked the proper theological credentials. The statement’s authors also endorsed Dagestani as head of ICE, writing that his appointment to that position was a “blessing.”
In early March, AQAP again came to Dagestani’s aid. The group released a video calling on Muslims to provide financial and other assistance to the Caucasus jihadists. The video featured a review of the history of jihad in the Caucasus, as well as footage of al Qaeda leaders.
One of the AQAP officials featured in the video is Harith bin Ghazi al Nadhari, who was killed in a US drone strike in late January. Nadhari was also one of the signatories on the statement that denounced the ICE defectors and endorsed Dagestani as the group’s leader.
After Nadhari’s death was announced, both the Vilayat Dagestan and Ansar al Din, which is a coalition formed by the Jaish al-Muhajireen wal Ansar, which is comprised primarily of fighters from the Caucasus, and other groups in Syria, issued eulogies honoring him.

Controversial British journalist Katie Hopkins under fire for saying: “Rescue boats? I’d use gunships to stop (illegal alien Muslim) migrants” | BARE NAKED ISLAM

Controversial British journalist Katie Hopkins under fire for saying: “Rescue boats? I’d use gunships to stop (illegal alien Muslim) migrants” | BARE NAKED ISLAM
I fully agree, better to sink a few boats before they get here then allow these savages here who eventually will want you to submit to their evil ideology.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

duet qen-hoxhë në krujë / dog & imam duet


Muslims torturing dogs with their filthy prayers.

DAVID CAMERON EXPOSED ON ISLAM

50 Million Muslims In Europe, 80% Are Beggars and Criminals Living on We...

Islamic State (ISIS) slaughters and beheads 30 Ethiopian Christians in Libya (WARNING: Extremely graphic) | BARE NAKED ISLAM

Islamic State (ISIS) slaughters and beheads 30 Ethiopian Christians in Libya (WARNING: Extremely graphic) | BARE NAKED ISLAM

Shoebat  A new video just discovered reveals ISIS taking thirty innocent Ethiopian Christians in Libya, and beheading 15 of them and shooting the other 15 execution style. In the video the ISIS terrorist affirms that they will continue killing Christians until “polytheism” is destroyed, that is, until the belief in the Trinity is destroyed. 

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The video allegedly shows two groups of captives, one held by a subsidiary of the Islamic State in eastern Libya called Barka Province and the other held by a subsidiary in Southern Province Fazzan call.

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A masked man wielding a gun says that Christians must convert to Islam or pay a special tax as prescribed by the Quran. The video then alternates between images of captives in the south who shot dead and others in the east to the beheading on a beach.

Eventually America becomes one big Mogadishu | Creeping Sharia

Eventually America becomes one big Mogadishu | Creeping Sharia

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Video: Combat vet finds mosque on Texas border after reports of ISIS terror camp | Creeping Sharia

Video: Combat vet finds mosque on Texas border after reports of ISIS terror camp | Creeping Sharia


Video: Combat vet finds mosque on Texas border after reports of ISIS terror camp

The FBI has huddled with Mexican authorities in Ciudad Juarez to develop a “press strategy” in response to reports of an ISIS presence just across the border in Mexico, according to a Washington watchdog.
 Judicial Watch, which has a long history of exposing government misbehavior, has released a new report claiming ISIS activities near America’s southern border.
 “A high-level intelligence source, who must remain anonymous for safety reasons, confirmed that the meeting was convened specifically to address a press strategy to deny Judicial Watch’s accurate reporting and identify who is providing information to JW,” the watchdog now says.
 Federal officials, meanwhile, are denying the Judicial Watch report.
 But the organization says it has been told “FBI supervisory personnel met with Mexican army officers and Mexican federal police officials.”
 “The FBI liaison officers regularly assigned to Mexico were not present at the meeting and conspicuously absent were representatives from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). It’s not clear why DHS did not participate,” Judicial Watch said.
 “Publicly, U.S. and Mexico have denied that Islamic terrorists are operating in the southern border region,” the organization continued, “but the rapid deployment of FBI brass in the aftermath of JW’s report seems to indicate otherwise.
Infowars is the only outlet trying to do the obvious: go to the border and find out:

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Texas Sheriff Warns Fox of ISIS Threat Quran Found at Mexican Border

German Anti-Islamization Movement Seeks Comeback

German Anti-Islamization Movement Seeks Comeback
"Look at all the countries where Islam is dominant. Look at Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan. Non-Muslims, Christians, Jews, women, gays and apostates are treated there as inferior. They are being humiliated, persecuted, and even murdered. That is exactly what we are fighting against." — Geert Wilders.
"We have enough of the political correctness. We have enough of the Islamization of our societies. We stand for freedom, for the truth. Because we think that without freedom, life is not worth living. Freedom and human rights -- that is what we stand for." — Geert Wilders.
"Every day, we hear the same mantra that Islam is a religion of peace. After every atrocity committed in the name of Islam, Barack Obama, David Cameron, Angela Merkel and my own Prime Minister rush to the television cameras to declare that these acts have noting to do with Islam. How stupid do they think we are?" — Geert Wilders.
"Dear friends, German patriots, look at Israel, learn from Israel. Israel is an island in a sea of Islamic barbarism. Israel is a beacon of freedom and prosperity in a region of Islamic darkness. Israel refuses to be overrun by the jihadists. So should we." — Geert Wilders.
 It seems clear that ordinary Germans, including those with legitimate concerns about the spread of Islam in their country, are reluctant to identify publicly with PEGIDA, even if they privately support the cause.
Dutch politician Geert Wilders addressed a rally of the German grassroots anti-Islamization movement known as PEGIDA in the eastern city of Dresden on April 13.
PEGIDA organizers were hoping that Wilders's appearance would inject new life into the group after a recent leadership split cast doubt on its future.
Despite excellent weather, however, only 10,000 people showed up for the event, far fewer than the 30,000 attendees that PEGIDA had been expecting.
Wilders told the crowd gathered in Dresden that there is "nothing wrong with being proud German patriots. There is nothing wrong with wanting Germany to remain free and democratic. There is nothing wrong with preserving our own Judeo-Christian civilization. That is our duty." He added:
"Most of the politicians, media, churches and academics are looking away from the threat of Islamization. They are afraid. But you are not.
"We hate no one. We fight for our freedom and hence we object to totalitarian Islam, but we do not hate Muslims. Neither do we hate our political opponents who are protesting here in Dresden against us. I am happy that we in Germany and the Netherlands are allowed to demonstrate against each other. Without violence. Without hatred."
 The rest of Wilders's speech was directed far more at German politicians than at the anti-Islamization activists. He said:
"I say to the Prime Minister of Saxony, who felt he needed to warn against me: We are, indeed, those who are fighting against discrimination and hatred.
"Look at all the countries where Islam is dominant. Look at Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan. Non-Muslims, Christians, Jews, women, gays and apostates are treated there as inferior. They are being humiliated, persecuted, and even murdered. That is exactly what we are fighting against.
"And it is a disgrace, Mr Prime Minister, that we do not find you on our side. It is a disgrace, Mr Prime Minister, that you do not warn against that.
"We have enough of the political correctness. We have enough of the Islamization of our societies. We stand for freedom, for the truth. Because we think that without freedom, life is not worth living. Freedom and human rights -- that is what we stand for.
"Frau Merkel says Islam belongs to Germany. I ask you: Is she right? She is not right! Frau Merkel, the majority of your people say that Islam does not belong to Germany!
 "Frau Merkel, the Netherlands, Germany, the other nations in the West, are not Islamic countries. We do not want a Monokultur, but we want our own Judeo-Christian culture to remain the Leitkultur [guiding culture] in our land. We want to remain what we are. We want to remain who we are!
"While most politicians sing the praise of Islam, we worry about the future of our country. We worry because we have read the Koran. In verse 9:29 it states that it is okay to fight Jews and Christians. In verse 4:89 it instructs Muslims to kill anyone who leaves Islam.
"We worry because recent academic research revealed that 45% of the Muslims in Germany believe Islamic religious rules are more important than secular German laws. We worry because 73% of the Muslims in my country say that Dutch Muslims who fight in Syria are heroes. 73%!
"We worry because in the past months, we have seen thousands of homegrown youths leave our countries to join the Islamic State. We worry because we have seen how many of these jihadists have returned to Europe, and most of them have not been imprisoned. They currently roam our streets like ticking time bombs.
"We cannot afford to do nothing. We have to do something...
"Every day, we hear the same mantra that Islam is a religion of peace. After every atrocity committed in the name of Islam, Barack Obama, David Cameron, Angela Merkel and my own Prime Minister rush to the television cameras to declare that these acts have noting to do with Islam. How stupid do they think we are?
"Most of our politicians look away. But we will not be silent. Because we are the people -- the people that refuse to be enslaved!

"Dear friends, German patriots, look at Israel, learn from Israel. Israel is an island in a sea of Islamic barbarism. Israel is a beacon of freedom and prosperity in a region of Islamic darkness. Israel refuses to be overrun by the jihadists. So should we."
PEGIDA organizers had promised that Wilders would be followed to the podium by an "international lineup" of anti-Islamization experts, but that promise was left unfulfilled.
PEGIDA -- named after the German abbreviation for "Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West" -- has been organizing "evening strolls" (Abendspaziergang) through downtown Dresden on Monday evenings since October 2014 to protest against runaway immigration and the Islamization of Germany.
Around 500 people gathered at the first PEGIDA event held on October 20, 2014, to complain about Germany's lenient asylum policies. From that point on, the number of protesters increased exponentially from week to week, with more than 25,000 people attending a rally on January 12, just days after Islamic terrorists murdered 17 people in Paris.
Attendance fell sharply, however, after the German tabloid BILD published a photograph on January 21 of PEGIDA founder Lutz Bachmann sporting an Adolf Hitler-style haircut and moustache. The newspaper also reported on Facebook posts in which Bachmann referred to asylum seekers as "trash"and "filth."
PEGIDA's detractors in the German media jumped on the revelations, which they said proved that the movement is fundamentally racist.
Bachmann stepped down as PEGIDA leader immediately after the photograph was published. "I am sorry that I have damaged the interests of our movement," he said. "I sincerely apologize to anyone who has felt attacked by my online postings. They were comments made without serious reflection, which I would no longer express today."
Less than one week later, however, PEGIDA effectively imploded when the group's spokeswoman, Kathrin Oertel, and four other leaders announced they also were leaving the group to form their own movement, Direct Democracy for Europe (Direkte Demokratie für Europa). They said that from now on, their focus would be to seek ways to increase voter participation rather than to protest the Islamization of Germany.
Direct Democracy's first rally was held in Dresden on February 8, but only 500 people attended, far fewer than the 5,000 that Oertel had expected; Oertel shuttered her group on March 11.
Meanwhile, in late February it emerged that Bachmann had been reinstated as one of three directors of PEGIDA. Since then, the group has invited well-known Islam critics -- including René Stadtkewitz, a German center-right politician who founded the German Freedom Party (Die Freiheit) -- to speak at PEGIDA rallies. But attendance numbers have not recovered to those seen during the group's pre-scandal heyday.
Only 2,900 people showed up at a Dresden rally held on March 30, while 7,100 attended a rally held on April 6, when PEGIDA announced that it would be fielding Tatjana Festerling, a former politician with the euroskeptic Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, as a candidate to run for mayor of Dresden in elections set for June 7.
Festerling was ousted from the AfD after she spoke out in favor of the "Hooligans versus Salafists" protest movement, which saw thousands of German football hooligans gather in the western city of Cologne in October 2014 to protest the spread of radical Islam in the country.
In announcing Festerling's candidacy, Bachmann said that this election was a "historic chance," one that would "set the direction for future elections across Germany and the rest of Europe." Festerling's performance in the mayoral elections for Dresden, which has 400,000 registered voters, will be viewed as an indicator of how large PEGIDA's following really is.
Meanwhile, PEGIDA offshoots have emerged across Germany, including: Bavaria (BAGIDA), Berlin (BAERGIDA), Cologne (KöGIDA), Hamburg (HAGIDA), Kassel (KAGIDA), Leipzig (LEGIDA), Rostock (ROGIDA), Südthüringen (SüGIDA) and Würzburg (WüGIDA).
With varying degrees of success, PEGIDA has also branched out into other European countries, including Austria, Belgium, Britain, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Norway, Poland, Spain and Sweden.
At the same time, a branch of PEGIDA has sprung up in Australia. More than 20,000 peopleattended "Reclaim Australia" rallies held in 16 different cities across the country on April 4 to protest the spread of Sharia law and Islamic extremism.
Still, the lackluster turnout for Wilders's speech in Dresden represents a significant blow for PEGIDA's efforts to rebuild itself as a meaningful protest movement in Germany.
In a March 30 interview with the Austrian newsmagazine Profil, Wilders said that PEGIDA-founder Lutz Bachmnan's decision to dress up like Adolf Hitler was "very stupid of him." Wilders added: "But, we all make mistakes."
That may be true, but the German academic, political and media establishment has been engaged in a no-holds-barred campaign aimed at portraying PEGIDA as right wing extremist group. Ralf Jäger, the Interior Minister of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, recentlyreferred to the leaders of PEGIDA as "neo-Nazis in pinstripes," while Markus Ulbig, the Interior Minister of the German state of Saxony, characterized them as "rat catchers" (Rattenfänger).
It seems clear that ordinary Germans, including those with legitimate concerns about the spread of Islam in their country, are reluctant to identify publicly with PEGIDA, even if they privately support the cause.
While it may be too soon to write PEGIDA off as a failure, the group is unlikely to build the influence necessary to force meaningful change in German policy-making.
Soeren Kern is a Senior Fellow at the New York-based Gatestone Institute. He is also Senior Fellow for European Politics at the Madrid-based Grupo de Estudios Estratégicos / Strategic Studies Group. Follow him on Facebook and on Twitter.

Monday, April 13, 2015

UK: 8-month-old puppy banned from Cameron’s presence as security risk

UK: 8-month-old puppy banned from Cameron’s presence as security risk
Just days before Pamela Geller and I were banned from entering Britain, the British government admitted Saudi Sheikh Mohammed al-Arefe. Al-Arefe has said: “Devotion to jihad for the sake of Allah, and the desire to shed blood, to smash skulls, and to sever limbs for the sake of Allah and in defense of His religion, is, undoubtedly, an honor for the believer. Allah said that if a man fights the infidels, the infidels will be unable to prepare to fight.”
So British authorities appear to be right on top of the threat from counter-jihad activists and puppies, but jihad terrorists? Give them free reign! Give them the key to the city!
“He’s a terrier not a terrorist! Eight-month-old puppy Silver banned from getting close to Cameron over security fear,” by John Stevens, the Daily Mail, April 12, 2015:
I suspect he banned the terrier because Muslims hate dogs.

It is Sunday morning: Will US Catholic Bishops choose conscience or cash? « Refugee Resettlement Watch

It is Sunday morning: Will US Catholic Bishops choose conscience or cash? « Refugee Resettlement Watch

French Spiderman scales Dubai tower | The Times of Israel

French Spiderman scales Dubai tower | The Times of Israel
This guy must have nerves of steel. I'd be jumping down after only a few feet up.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Muslim population in England and Wales nearly doubles in 10 years | World news | The Guardian

Muslim population in England and Wales nearly doubles in 10 years | World news | The Guardian
The Muslim population of England and Wales is growing faster than the overall population, with a higher proportion of children and a lower ratio of elderly people, according to an analysis of official data.
One in three Muslims is under 15, compared with fewer than one in five overall. There are also fewer elderly Muslims, with 4% aged over 65, compared with 16% of the overall population.
In 2011, 2.71 million Muslims lived in England and Wales, compared with 1.55 million in 2001. There were also 77,000 Muslims in Scotland and 3,800 in Northern Ireland.
The Muslim Council of Britain’s (MCB) study of data from the 2011 census found that Muslims are still a small minority of the overall population – one in 20. This contrasts with popular perceptions held by Britons, who overstate the proportion of Muslims in the country by a factor of four, according to a recent survey by Ipsos Mori.
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From Sanremo to Roubaix, Degenkolb makes history - VeloNews.com

From Sanremo to Roubaix, Degenkolb makes history - VeloNews.com
John Degenkolb (Giant-Alpecin) spent much of 2014 rueing his second place at that year's Paris-Roubaix. In 2015, he moved up to the top step on the podium, earning himself a cobblestone trophy. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com
ROUBAIX, France (VN) — John Degenkolb (Giant-Shimano) spent the winter reliving last year’s Paris-Roubaix. His 2014 second-place haunted him as he trained at altitude and spent evenings watching the highlight reel over and over to see how he might have come out on top.
A year later, he found the answer: attack and make the race unfold on his terms.
On a windy, fast Roubaix on Sunday, it was Degenkolb who was on the move. And the new-found aggression and confidence paid off with a historic Milano-Sanremo-Roubaix double, just the third time in cycling history that the same rider has won both monuments in one season.
“I watched [the video] of Roubaix many times, and thought about what I could have done better. If I would have waited today, probably my result would have not been much better than last year,” Degenkolb said. “I attacked with 10km to go. I felt, ‘This is the moment.’ I felt like I had something left in the tank. It was all or nothing.”
In 2014, the 26-year-old German followed wheels, and was out-gunned when Quick-Step had three riders in a 10-man group, and Degenkolb could only watch as Niki Terpstra powered to victory. He salvaged the day by winning the reduced bunch sprint for second, but being so close only made him want more.
Flash forward one year, and Degenkolb was determined to forge his own destiny on a Sunday that featured Bradley Wiggins’ final race in a Sky jersey. In conditions that were similar to 2014, with a brisk tailwind and dusty cobbles that served up a high-speed race, all the major moves packed into the final hour of racing. Degenkolb was set on not seeing a replay of archrival’s Etixx-Quick-Step’s domination.

Read more at http://velonews.competitor.com/2015/04/news/from-sanremo-to-roubaix-degenkolb-makes-history_366317#HthtSJXwW212Q0Va.99


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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

To Obama: The Victims are Christians and Jews | Gingrich Productions

To Obama: The Victims are Christians and Jews | Gingrich Productions
Gingrich Productions
April 8, 2015
Newt Gingrich
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President Obama has a strange pattern of citing Christians for violence and intolerance on the one hand but refusing to identify them as the targets of Islamist supremacists on the other.
In fact, in his remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast the President stretched back more than 800 years to declare that “during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ.”
This was a remarkably one-sided history of a long series of wars between Christians and Muslims in which atrocities were common on both sides. The President may not know that Saladin had more than 200 knights beheaded on July 4, 1187, or that in 1680 Turks cut off the heads of 813 Christians in Otranto, Italy (a group Pope Francis declared saints for their willingness to die for Christ). There were atrocities on both sides of these wars. Yet President Obama only found the violence perpetrated by Christians worth mentioning.
Referring to more recent history, this is how President Obama chose to describe an Islamic supremacist murdering Jews in France earlier this year “violent, vicious zealots who…randomly shoot a bunch of folks in a deli in Paris.”
The dishonesty of this statement is breathtaking. There was nothing random about the attack. It was deliberate. The attacker didn’t “randomly shoot a bunch of folks in a deli in Paris”. The attacker himself said in the media that he went out to kill Jews. The “folks” in the President’s language were Jews. The “zealots” were Muslim supremacists.
Why does President Obama find it impossible to say “a Muslim supremacist deliberately killed a group of Jews in a religiously inspired attack”?
President Obama was similarly abstract when commenting on the beheading of Egyptian Christians by ISIS in a televised act of religious hatred. He issued a statement saying it was a “despicable and cowardly murder of 21 Egyptian citizens in Libya.” He described it as “the wanton killing of innocents.”
Once again President Obama hides from what truly motivated the killing. ISIS wasn’t randomly killing Egyptians. ISIS was killing Christians. The victims weren’t, as the President asserted, just “innocents”. The victims were guilty of being Christian.
Finally, consider the recent killing of Christians in Kenya. When radical Islamist terrorists killed more than 140 people at Garissa University College, the Associated Press reported, “The attackers separated Christian students from Muslim ones and massacred the Christians.”
How did the Obama Administration describe this religiously motivated massacre? The President’s statement referred only to “innocent men and women…brazenly and brutally massacred.”
Once again he failed to identify the religion of the dead or the religion of their killers–in both cases the factor that explained the events.
Sarah Kaplan of the Washington Post captured this refusal to describe Christian and Jewish victims in a remarkable recent article, “Has the world ‘looked the other way’ while Christians are killed?”
She reports:
David Curry, president of the nonprofit Open Doors USA, which advocates for persecuted Christians worldwide, believes so.
“We see a continued pattern in many of these regions of violence and persecution against Christians,” he said in a phone interview. “But the West and Western governments, including the U.S., when they conflict-map these issues, they refuse to address the fact that Christians are being targeted.”
According to Open Doors, 2014 saw a huge increase in violence against Christians. Researchers for the group found that 4,344 Christians were killed for faith-related reasons between Dec. 1, 2013 and Nov. 30, 2014 — more than twice the number killed during the same period the previous year. Curry says those numbers are a low estimate, as the group only counts incidents in which the victim can be identified by name and an exact cause has been attributed.
In its annual “World Watch” report, which ranks the 50 countries where persecution of Christians is most severe, the group said the past year “will go down in history for having the highest level of global persecution of Christians in the modern era” and suggested that “the worst is yet to come.”
Kaplan went on to quote Pope Francis over Easter weekend:
“Our brothers and our sisters … are persecuted, exiled, slain, beheaded, solely for being Christian,” he said, his expression tense, his cadence slow but deliberate. Speaking from a window of the Apostolic Palace, the Pope said that there have been more “martyrs” for Christianity in recent years than in the early centuries of the faith.
“I hope that the international community doesn’t stand mute and inert before such unacceptable crimes, which constitute a worrisome erosion of the most elementary human rights. I truly hope that the international community doesn’t look the other way.”
The persecution of Christians is a theme that ran through most of the pope’s speeches this weekend. At a Good Friday procession, he decried the world’s “complicit silence” while members of his faith are killed. On Sunday, he devoted his Easter address to a grim accounting of global conflicts where Christians and others have been killed.
I was moved to write this lengthy newsletter by Cardinal Wuerl’s Easter Sunday homily at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception (where Callista sings in the choir).
The Cardinal enjoined: “Today we must raise our voices on behalf of suffering Christians around the world, victims of terrorist/extremist attacks simply because they dare to say Christ is risen….”
He went on: “Pope Francis, in his Easter message…asked all of us not to remain silent…in the face of this terrible plague –violence on our Christian brothers and sisters and all others suffering religious persecution.”
His plea inspired me to ask you to join in speaking out and telling the truth.
If enough of us insist on identifying the religious victims of this war against Christians and Jews, perhaps the President will have the courage to join us in telling the whole truth.
Once we confront the truth, we can begin designing strategies to defeat the Islamist supremacists who would force us to submit or die.