Monthly Archives: January 2018

Let’s check in with the vile Islamonazi pigs in Calgary

Rabid monsters

Transgender inmates in federal prison to be housed according to gender identity

What could go wrong?

‘Perverted Guru’ Tariq Ramadan Held by French Police Investigating Rape Allegations

Controversial Swiss-born Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan, a professor of contemporary Islamic studies at the University of Oxford, is being held by French police investigating accusations of rape.
A judicial source confirmed to Reuters that Ramadan was taken into custody on Wednesday. His detention comes in the wake of a preliminary investigation opened last year after two women filed police complaints against him, accusing him of rape.

The main complainant against Ramadan, the grandson of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna, is former Salafist Henda Ayari, 40. She filed a complaint with French authorities in Rouen accusing Ramadan of sexually harassing her, raping her, and issuing death threats towards her.

The feminist activist also revealed that she had written about her experience in a book, but had been too fearful to print Ramadan’s name

McGill University Considers Rejecting Use of Endowment to ‘Advance Social, Political Causes,’ Drawing BDS Protest

The Board of Governors at McGill University in Montreal, Canada is considering advising against the use of its resources “to advance social or political causes,” a move that has faced opposition from students supportive of boycotts against Israel.

In a December 12th meeting, the board considered including the language in the mandate of its Committee to Advise on Matters of Social Responsibility, which informs the board of the social impact of investments in its 1.6 billion CAD endowment. It also discussed a proposal to review the mandate every five years, rather than the current three.

McGill Students in Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR) and Divest McGill warned in The McGill Daily on Monday that such changes “would have effectively destroyed the potential for any divestment campaign in the next five years.”

Divest McGill has sought to pressure the university to withdraw its investments in fossil fuels, while SPHR has called for divestment from companies that “profit from the illegal occupation of the Palestinian territories,” in line with the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel.

Representatives from both campus groups disrupted the meeting to ensure the amendments would not pass.

“We argued that students had a right to know about the proposal, as it has clear political repercussions,” and demanded that the issue be opened to discussion with the broader community, the students recounted. “The Board of Governors refused to agree to do this, and instead postponed a final decision on the amendment until the next meeting on February 15.”

Having failed to secure their desired concession, and viewing the proposal as a threat to the “moral integrity of our University,” the students said they “shut down the meeting in song with a rendition of ‘We Have Got the Power.’”

Robert Walker, national director of the campus advocacy group Hasbara Fellowships Canada, said “bringing in anti-Israel rhetoric — and disrupting meetings when BDS activists don’t like the result — are the actions of a losing cause.”

Marines called customer service for help in the middle of a firefight

Hundreds of ISIS Fighters Heading Back to Belgium, Media Reports Claim

With the Islamic State (ISIS) heading for collapse, Belgium is bracing for the return of hundreds of jihadi fighters deserting the ranks of the Islamic Caliphate in Syria and Iraq. The western European country, which pursued a liberal immigration policy in recent decades, produced the highest number of foreign ISIS fighters per capita of EU countries — up to 700 in total.

FRANCE: 8-year-old Jewish boy wearing a kippa was attacked

 Second assault on Jewish children in the area in three weeks.