Monthly Archives: January 2016

Omar Khadr’s sister Zaynab detained in Turkey

Zaynab Khadr was under investigation by the RCMP for terror-related offences before she moved to Turkey in 2012.

Of course: NDP MP wants dumbass 16 year olds to be able to vote

The voting age should be raised to 40 🙂

An NDP MP believes 16-year-olds should be given the right to vote, not only to increase engagement, but to ensure politicians are accountable to young people.

Don Davies, who represents the British Columbia riding of Vancouver Kingsway, introduced a private member’s bill in the House of Commons Thursday. Bill C-213 would amend the Canada Elections Act to lower the voting age from 18 to 16 — a change he said would “widen the franchise of this country.”

Join the Jewish Defence League Protest Against Incitement to Violence Against Jews at York University

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Hezbollah Is Recruiting West Bank Palestinians to Kill Israelis

Despite being bogged down in the Syrian civil war, Hezbollah continues to focus on expanding its terrorist infrastructure to multiple fronts in an effort to target Israel. Hezbollah’s entrenchment in the Golan Heights — at Iran’s behest — has been well documented. Now, the Lebanese terrorist organization is trying to set up operations and recruit Palestinians in the West Bank to launch attacks against Israelis.

Karl Marx is the most assigned economist in U.S. college classes

More than 25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the collapse of the Soviet Union and the onset of market economy practices in China, “The Communist Manifesto” still ranks among the top three most frequently assigned texts at American universities.

The Jew hating filth polluting York U, part #835366

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Melbourne man charged with plotting Anzac Day attack using kangaroo and explosives

Two men had discussed using animals and wildlife in an attack, including a suggestion that a “kangaroo could be packed with C4 explosive, painted with the ISIS symbol and set loose on police.”


The spread of global anti-Semitism has roots within the Jewish community

The rise of global anti-Semitism today, exemplified by the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, requires understanding that much of the problem is actually rooted within the Jewish community, which would like to create a distinction between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism. But at the end of the day it must be understood that hatred of Israel can no longer be separated from loathing of Jews, even by Jews themselves.

Khamenei airs Holocaust denial video on international Remembrance Day

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Iran Is World’s Leading Executioner of Children

The Amnesty report documents the execution of at least 73 minors inside Iran over the past ten years, stating that an additional 160 juveniles are lined up for execution on death row.

Videos from pali terrorist’s cell phone

France is commemorating the Holocaust with Iran’s president

A year ago on January 27, 2015, French President François Hollande came to Auschwitz to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the camp’s liberation. This was just three weeks after Jews had been murdered at the Hypercacher kosher market attack in Paris, providing him an opportunity—in the presence of government colleagues and foreign dignitaries—to denounce anti-Semitism and reiterate his determination to fight it.

Hollande was surely sincere in what he said. But this year he will not be going to Auschwitz for the anniversary.

Instead, he will be at the Elysee Palace to welcome the Iranian president.

Airbnb offering accommodations in concentration camp

Only $674 a week!

Private Jewish school wants government funding for snack and meal program


Esther Kin – because people don’t hate Jews enough

Uh, if you can afford to send your kids to private school you can afford to feed them.


Canada to send ‘tough message’ on violence to ally Israel

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Suck barbed devil cock in hell, Dion:

Canada’s new Liberal government said on Monday it was delivering a “tough message” to Israel as a good friend after expressing concern about Israeli-Palestinian violence, Israeli settlements and unilateral Palestinian moves.

The statement came a day after Foreign Minister Stephane Dion was criticized for saying Palestinian initiatives toward statehood in international forums and continued Israeli settlements were unhelpful.

“We’re steadfast allies and good friends, and good friends can occasionally deliver tough messages, but it’s by no means to suggest that we’re somehow retreating from any kind of support of Israel,” said Joe Pickerill, Dion’s spokesman.

Dion on Sunday had issued a statement expressing concern about the  conflict, sparking charges by the Conservative opposition that the Liberal government was being unfairly critical of Israel.

“As a steadfast ally and friend to Israel, Canada calls for all efforts to be made to reduce violence and incitement and to help build the conditions for a return to the negotiating table,” Dion said in the statement on Sunday.

His spokesman, Joe Pickerill, elaborated on Monday by saying that Canada was not trying to create a “faux balance” by equating violence by either side, but felt the need to speak out.

“We’re not necessarily equating the violence by any means on both sides, but there have been issues, and we need to be in a position to point that out,” Pickerill said after more than 100 days of violence between the two sides.

Dion’s statement drew a swift attack from the Conservative Party, which had adopted a resolutely pro-Israel policy while in power, for not laying blame “for recent terrorist rocket and knife attacks with Hamas, a listed terrorist organization in Canada.”

The Conservatives, who lost the October election to the Liberals, said that by omission, the statement “equates such terrorist attacks with Israeli settlement construction. This is unacceptable.”


Muslim millenial attitudes towards religion and religious leadership

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Twin bomb-making terror skanks

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Paul Bronfman withdraws support for York U’s Cinema & Media Arts department

“The upshot is that if that poster is not gone by the end of day today then William F. White is out of York. York is going to lose thousands of dollars of television production equipment used for emerging student filmmakers, access to technical people who do education and student training and student seminars, workshops and open houses at William F. White Center that help them develop the hard skills needed to fill industry infrastructure positions like gaffer or grip: they will no longer be invited. York University will be persona non grata at William F. White international until they take that poster down,” Bronfman emphasized.


Chinese President Calls for East Jerusalem as Capital of Palestinian State

“China supports the peaceful process in the Middle East [and] the establishment of a Palestinian state with its capital being eastern Jerusalem”

Palestinian killed by own bomb in attack on police in East Jerusalem


Saudi Arabia’s highest Islamic cleric bans chess

Saudi Arabia’s highest religious cleric has declared chess “haram”, meaning it is forbidden for Muslims, while claiming the game shows “enmity and hatred”.

Iran bans use of the word ‘wine’ and names of ‘foreign animals’ in books

Mohammad Selgi, the head of book publishing at the ministry of culture and Islamic guidance, said: “When new books are registered with us, our staff first have to read them page by page to make sure whether they require any editorial changes in line with promoting the principles of the Islamic revolution, effectively confronting the Western cultural onslaught and censoring any insult against the prophets.”

Mr Selgi added: “Words like wine and the names of foreign animals and pets, as well as names of certain foreign presidents are also banned under the new restricting regulations.”

Ya’alon: I would prefer Islamic State to Iran in Syria

“Our greatest enemy is the Iranian regime that has declared war on us”.

Left-wing Canadian Zionist groups decry Israeli ‘NGO bill’

The usual kapo suspects and the familiar flaccid CIJA response.


Iranian female journalists at a press conference

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Music video on Fatah-run TV: “Drown them in a sea of blood, Kill them as you wish “

ISIS Followers Plan to Take over Gaza Strip

I’m actually good with this:

A new group calling itself the Palestinian Islamic Army (PIA) has popped up in the Gaza Strip, signaling incontrovertibly the growing influence of the Islamic State (ISIS) among Palestinians.

A thirty-minute video put out by the PIA shows its followers pledging allegiance to ISIS “Caliph” Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, and paints Hamas leaders as “apostates” and “infidels” for failing to implement Islamic sharia law in the Gaza Strip.

Top Jewish leader in Marseille: Better hide your Jewiness

Always a proud moment when Jews choose to hide instead of fight…

Exposed: Radical leftist gets PA to execute Palestinians

“I give them directly to the Palestinian security services,” Nawi was caught on camera saying.

When asked what the PA Security Forces do with the Arab sellers, he responded, “they catch them, and kill them.”

Palestinian Authority sides with Saudis in Iran spat

In an interview Wednesday with the London-based newspaper Asharq al-Awsat, Palestinian ambassador Basem Al-Agha said that his government’s position has been clear from the outset, and that when it came to Saudi sovereignty and security, it stood firmly on the side of Riyadh.

VIDEO: Event in support of an “Islamic State” held at Ontario Mohawk College

The Canadian branch of the global movement of Hizb ut-Tahrir held on Saturday, November 28, 2015, an event at the Mohawk Residence and Conference Centre (245 Fennel Ave. West, Hamilton, Ontario) for discussing the crisis in Syria and in support of the establishment of the Islamic State – the Caliphate.

The keynote speaker was Mazin AbdulAdhim, a Canadian Sunni Muslim of Iraqi descent, who vehemently opposes the Caliphate founded by ISIS in Iraq and Syria and does not accept the authority of its self proclaim Calif Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Rather he advocates for a new Caliphate that will implement the Islamic Law word for word, extend its authority over all the Muslim lands and unite all Muslims in the world under the flag of Islam.

CAN’T MISS: Blood, Milk and Tears: Menstruating, Nursing, and Mourning in Islamic and Jewish Traditions

This 7-week text-study course for Muslim and Jewish women will explore issues of gender and embodiment in Jewish and Islamic texts. The group will also form the basis of an arts collective featuring the art, music, and writings of participants.

‘The only country IS fears is Israel,’ says embedded journalist

“They think they can defeat US and UK ground troops, who they say they have no experience in city guerrilla or terrorist strategies. But they know the Israelis are very tough as far as fighting against guerrillas and terrorists,” he said.

The journalist said the jihadists “told me the Israeli army is the real danger.”

“We can’t defeat them with our current strategy. These people [the IDF] can fight a guerrilla war,” the IS fighters said.

Jew massacre of the day

Ho hum:

Two people were killed and two others seriously wounded in a shooting attack in Tel Aviv just before 3 p.m. Friday. Five others were wounded — three in moderate condition and two with light injuries. Hours later, the killer was still on the loose.

Personality traits and terrorism

Interesting CSIS report.

Toronto 18 terrorist to be released from jail on day parole

One of the terrorists serving jail time for the so-called “Toronto 18” bomb plot was granted day parole and is being released from prison.

Erdogan just compared his coming caliphate rule to Hitler’s Nazi Germany

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who is a strong advocate of a switch to presidential system in his country, has said implementation of a presidential system while keeping the unitary structure of the state is possible, reportedly showing Hitler’s Germany as an example.

Speaking at a press conference following his return to the country after cutting short his trip due to death of pro-government journalist Hasan Karakaya, Erdoğan was asked whether a presidential system can be adopted while keeping the country’s unitary structure. “When we look [at other countries], we see that it is possible. You would see this when you look at Hitler’s Germany and other countries,” he was quoted as saying by T24 news portal.

Erdoğan is the staunchest supporter of the formation of a “Turkish-style” presidential system that he claims will help the country’s development by eliminating “double-headedness” in state governance and thus pave the way for a more effective decision-making system.