When will the Israelis learn? Shoot. To. Kill.
The 16-year-old Palestinian girl who, along with her 14-year-old cousin, stabbed a 70-year-old Palestinian man in central Jerusalem this week, says she will file a complaint against a policeman for shooting her, Channel 10 reports.
“She asked me to come with her to Jaffa street,” she says of her cousin. “I didn’t plan on hurting anyone, suddenly she took out scissors and scratched someone who was there. I didn’t understand what she was doing. People starting screaming ‘terrorist’ and I was afraid they would attack me, so I took out scissors to protect myself. Suddenly they shot me and I was hit with a chair and I lost consciousness.”
Her 14-year-old cousin was shot dead on the scene.
On Wednesday Nov. 11, students active in the Demilitarize McGill campaign unravelled a banner from the roof of the McLennan-Redpath Library Complex during the Remembrance Day Ceremony held by the Royal Canadian Legion on McGill’s Lower Field.
“Canada kills: Colonialism here, imperialism abroad. End occupation, resist Canada,” read the banner, which failed to completely unfurl, but was widely visible before being removed by McGill security.
Members of a secretive Turkish Islamic movement that is at the center of a congressional ethics committee investigation have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and to her family’s charity, a Daily Caller investigation has found.
The largest donation from a leader of the Gulen movement, which is operated from Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains by a moderate Muslim cleric named Fethullah Gulen, came from Recep Ozkan.
A former president of the Gulen-linked Turkish Cultural Center, Ozkan gave between $500,001 and $1,000,000 to the Clinton Foundation in recent months, the charity’s website shows. He also served as a national finance co-chair last year for a pro-Clinton political action committee called Ready PAC.
According to Portland State University political science professor Birol Yesilada, who has studied the Gulen movement for more than 25 years, Ozkan is the New York liaison for the 74-year-old Gulen, who has lived in the Poconos since 1999 when he went into exile after he was accused of attempting to undermine Turkey’s secular regime in order to institute an Islamic state.