Malmö was the canary in the coal mine warning of European Islamist anti-Semitism

The canary has died.


Man Rescuing Bunny From Wildfire Reveals Whites’ Hatred for Blacks

On Wednesday, December 6th, during the raging Thomas Fire in California, Caleb Wadnan rescued a scared rabbit in an amazing viral video. The clip of Wadnan risking harm to save the frightened and screaming bunny moved the world. But to Damon Young, a columnist for, Wadnan’s kind deed was a glaring symbol of white American racism.

Young’s article, written for the ironically-named digital magazine Very Smart Brothas, is titled “The Video of the Man Saving the Rabbit from the Fire Captures Everything Wrong with Whiteness in 30 Seconds.” In it, he contends that Wadnan’s act of bravery proves that whites care more for animals than for black people.

The supreme folly of Israel’s offer to share Jerusalem reverberates today

Jerusalem is a red line. It will never be divided. There will be no peace unless Israel, the only entity that can guarantee free access to adherents of all religions, controls the city. Dividing or sharing Jerusalem is impossible, it is absurd, and it is antithetical to peace. If the Palestinians insist that for some reason Jerusalem is a prerequisite for them to have a state, then they will never have a state

Israel foils Hamas kidnapping plot planned for Hanukkah

Israeli security services arrested three members of an alleged Hamas terrorist cell in the northern West Bank suspected of planning to kidnap an Israeli citizen during the Hanukkah festival, the Shin Bet security service announced Wednesday.

The three Palestinian suspects were arrested in late October, following a weeks-long investigation during which the Shin Bet, Israel Defense Forces and Israel Police uncovered the kidnapping plot. Details of the case were kept secret under a gag order, which was removed on Wednesday as the findings were handed over to state prosecutors to begin preparing indictments.

Today in the longest occupation in the history of the world. Like, Ever.

An ancient seven-branched menorah inscribed on a large slab of basalt originally used as a door at a Jewish cemetery between the 2nd and 4th centuries CE has been unearthed from a mosque dating to the Muslim period at an archeological site in Tiberias.

LinkedIn hosted jihadist lectures

The researcher who made the discovery, earlier this month, said there had been no obvious way to flag the problem to the technology company, and ultimately relied on the Times newspaper to bring it to Microsoft’s attention.
“Platforms must ensure that sufficient, effective reporting mechanisms are in place,” Mubaraz Ahmed told the BBC.

Canadians to stay in the dark about who owns country’s companies

In Canada, secrecy around corporate ownership makes it possible to register a corporation, open a bank account, and send and receive money overseas all without disclosing one’s name — the same kind of secrecy offered by traditional tax havens.