1. Bomb factory busted in Andalus. (Andalus is the Islamic term for the part of Spain once ruled by Muslims, and therefore belongs to Muslims in perpetuity, under sharia law)
KUWAIT: Security forces raided a house in Andalus yesterday, where a citizen was arrested with a large cache of weapons, grenades and explosives. The man, suspected to be affiliated with the so-called Islamic State group, was identified by his initials N. H. He works for the army’s explosives department at the ministry of defense. [...]
...resembled an “explosives and weapons factory”, according to security sources. Further investigations are in progress.
This story dedicated to all who say the mass importation of Muslims, and the application of hiring on the basis of minority status over merit, will not result in the application of sharia-like principles over Western liberal law.
As reported by CIJ News, Musleh Khan was born in Medina, Saudi Arabia but raised in Toronto. He obtained a BA in Islamic Law from the Islamic University in Madinah in Saudi Arabia.
The chaplain not only helps Muslim police officers but also serves as a community chaplain. “If they ever are confused about certain behaviors or rhetoric thrown out on behalf of Islam, I’d like for them to have someone authentic, that has studied the religion and can say, ‘Hey, I can explain this to you’,” Khan says. [...]
“Even some scholars went as far as saying that even if it doesn’t feel right, or you’re just not in that emotional relationship you know it’s not the right manner, you’re not feeling that at that particular time, still try to make it happen, still try to force yourself even if you have to do that.
“Why? Because this is crucial and even scientists, even doctors, even psychologists, all of them, have proven that this here, this intimacy with your spouse is a crucial, crucial ingredient for a successful marriage."
An interesting statement from a high ranking police official.
This video seems to from the article above:
On a similar topic, an imam, Bilal Philips in 2011, operating in Canada as well, explains how the age of consent should be nine years old for women:
He uses the patently false argument that puberty happens for girls at nine years old. In fact, the farther back in history you go, the older girls were when puberty began. Better nutrition, evolution and hormones seem to have made puberty start younger for women today.
It might also make an interesting contrast for how many Canadian women reacted when one Toronto police official suggested that women may want to try dressing less suggestively to avoid rape.
I think we can be certain that the same voices will be silent on this case.
CIJ News has a worthy look at the consequences of informing people of the truth of Islamic teachings. Those who put flyers out there revealing the teachings of Mr. Philips and others, will be charged with a hate crime as well as crimes relating to the pornographic content of the material.
Philips will not be charged with these crimes.
3. Migrants at the Stalingrad station in Paris trash the general area:
Police are trying to clean up the area and are being met with resistance from the illegal migrants.
This promises to be very interesting if the authorities actually comply in full. At this link there is audio of tiny fragments of some calls but they do not contain any actual information.
On Monday, the judge ruled that the audio from all calls made by or to the gunman be released immediately.
The judge will first listen to the remaining 232 calls before ruling on those.
RIYADH — The Iran-backed Houthi militias and their allies launched their ballistic missile toward the holy city of Makkah late Thursday from a mosque in the Yemeni city of Saada, according to the Arab Coalition spokesman Brig. Gen. Ahmed Assiri.
“These people know no religion and have no morals. They are using mosques, schools, and hospitals for their criminal acts,” Assiri, who is also an adviser at the Saudi Minister of Defense office, told an Arabic daily.
No one seemed that upset about it when Muslims used hospitals, schools and mosques to store massive amounts of WMDs and small to medium armaments in Lebanon to attack Israel, however.
Only when the missiles were pointed at Mecca in the KSA did it suddenly matter how they were stored and hidden.
Haris Stanikzai from Afghanistan came to the UK to live with his uncle and initially claimed he was 16 but then told Home Office officials his date of birth which aged him as 17.
However it has now been revealed that social media accounts linked to the individual purport to show that he's a 22-year-old student.
According to reports his Linkedin account appeared to display he had been an accounting and finance student at Jahan University in Kabul.
One might have thought an accounting student would be better at math.
Full English translation at this site. Excerpt below:
[...] It is now clear what the reason was. A family had for several days been unable to make contact with the woman and had therefore gone to the police.
Police found the three bodies in a freezer in their apartment on Reberbanen in Aabenraa.
The woman’s husband, who also is the father of the children, was not in the apartment. He is therefore wanted by the police.
8. 550 Islamic terror strikes on UK planned and weak border security is to blame.
A TERRIFYING 550 Islamic terror attacks on homeland targets in Britain are being planned RIGHT NOW, a high level report to Government says.
Ever-vigilant police have stopped 10 major attacks, which would have led to mass casualties, in the last two years.
But gaps in Britain’s border security, and relentless determination on the part of twisted Islamists to kill innocent people, mean authorities know a serious Islamic terror attack will succeed at some point.
A LONDON imam who tried to sue the BBC for calling him "extremist" lost his libel claim after a judge said he had promoted hate speech and religious violence.
Shakeel Begg, chief imam at Lewisham, had his libel claim thrown by the High Court yesterday, where it was concluded that the broadcaster was within its rights to call the preacher an extremist.
Mr Justice Haddon-Cave said the imam was a "Jekyll and Hyde character" who promoted dangerous messages and extremist views to Muslim audiences.
He said: "On occasions when it has suited him...he has shed the cloak of respectability and revealed the horns of extremism."
Now this is convoluted. In fact, the broadcaster is wrong for calling a Muslim preacher who preaches Islam as it is written in all its scripture, and with the way Islam is practiced in Muslim countries today and for the last 1400 years, an extremist.
He would in fact be simply a Muslim preacher in the most traditional way.
Canadian Muslim moderates such as Tarek Fatah, who would see the religion reformed into something new and miscible with Western liberalism would be at the fringes and therefore could be called an extremist.
Experts warn that welcoming more immigrants, refugees must come with enhanced support services.
The new levels will seek to offset projected demographic challenges in Canada, including an aging population and growing labour gaps. In 2016, the target was to permit 300,000 newcomers to the country.
The government's economic growth advisory council has recommended ramping up immigration levels to 450,000 people a year over the next five years, with a focus on skilled, highly educated and business-oriented people. McCallum has suggested that target may be overly ambitious, but said the government will "substantially" raise the number.
Yes, that makes more sense than reducing the restrictive regulations that make it so difficult for Canadians to have families, and protect and preserve our own culture, legal system and way of life.
Speaking of immigration, here is a bonus item. TWO HUNDRED illegal migrants enter Spain by jumping the fence.