September 16, 2016

VIDEOS: Daily top TEN for the Counter Jihad: Woman jailed for being RAPED, ritual Muslim slaughter in Quebec

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

As Islamic violence grows, so also does restriction on information about it. All seemingly to make it more difficult for people in Western countries to make good decisions for themselves and to preserve their cultures. 

1. Police prepare for violence at demonstration against more migrant centers in Bulgaria.

Police in Bulgaria’s capital Sofia has been building checkpoints in Ovcha Kupel district, where one of the refugee centers is situated. Thus, the local Police will try to avoid provocations during the forthcoming protest in front of the migrant center on Friday evening. Citizens will be checked for weapons and other dangerous tools.

Bulgaria has volunteer border patrols of citizens who stop illegals from sneaking in from Turkey, arrest them and Deport them. Please see this Rebel interview with the leader of the patrol.

2. Muslim Africans, often pretending to be Syrian refugees, demand in English that borders be open so they can go to Germany while safely living in Italy.

3. Defector from the Islamic State: "I witnessed the kidnapping and rape of 10 year old girls"

This man attempts to disconnect Islam from the actions of the Islamic State. Here is a short documentary about the Islamic State and whether or not it is adherent to Islamic scripture, history and sharia law.

4. In Moderate Indonesia, two beaches have been closed due to sharia violations.

Several village chiefs in Seunuddon subdistrict of North Aceh in Aceh shut down Bantayan and Ulee Matang beaches in the past week, following reports of visitors violating Islamic sharia law.

Local authorities opened the two beaches last year as sharia-based tourism beaches. However, those who are not muhrim (lawful spouses or close relatives) are forbidden to get in the water together, essentially separating males and females, where only married couples can be together.

"We agreed to close the beaches because holidayers who were not muhrim got together at the beaches," Ule Rubek Timu village chief Asnawi said on Friday as reported by

 5. France: Police dismantle Paris camp of around 1,500 refugees.

Police removed around 1,500 refugees and migrants who were living under the Jaures metro station in the centre of Paris, Friday. Their tent camp was then cleared by local authorities who used a bulldozer in the operation.

6. Islam in Canada. The silence of the lambs.

Sharia Unveiled has a partial translation of the Journal de Montreal story detailing this ritual.

7. Austrian famers also horrified by Eid ritual sheep slaughter.

An Alpine farmer in Styria who agreed to lend a Turkish friend his field for a month to graze sheep was horrified when he discovered they were being ritually sacrificed.

Under Austrian law the killing of sheep has to take place in official slaughterhouses but the sheep in the field in Styria simply had their throats cut and were left to die.

Horrified locals raised the alarm with police, who rushed to the area to stop the massacre and managed to save 52 of the 131 sheep that had been put in the field.

The other 79 had already been slaughtered as part of the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha, also known as the Sacrifice Feast, which is the second of two Muslim holidays celebrated worldwide each year and considered the holier of the two.

8. Palestinian Muslim fighting deportation order for yelling "Allah hu Ackbar" outside a Brooklyn Synagogue, attacks two policemen in New York with a meat cleaver.

  The meat cleaver maniac who hacked an off-duty cop (today in New York) is a Palestinian national busted two months ago while screaming in Arabic outside a Brooklyn synagogue.

Suspect Akram Joudeh was only in New York for Thursday’s Midtown rampage because he was appealing a deportation notice — with a hearing set for Oct. 14, a high-ranking NYPD source told the Daily News.

Cops found two knives inside Joudeh’s car after answering the July report of an erratic man on Shore Parkway in Brooklyn shout “Allahu Akbar!” — or “God is great” in Arabic.

9. London’s Muslim Mayor Appoints ‘Integration’ Deputy Who Worked With Jihadi John Apologists.

London’s first Muslim mayor has appointed a Deputy “Integration” Mayor who has worked with CAGE, an allegedly “extremist” organisation who described Islamic State executioner Jihadi John as a “beautiful man”.

Matthew Ryder (pictured left), whose full title will be “Deputy Mayor of London for Social Integration, Social Mobility and Community Engagement”, was appointed by Mayor Sadiq Khan on the 9th of September.

His career as a barrister has focused on taking on the British police and security services, attacking them for issues ranging from undercover surveillance and allegedly unlawful detention.

10. Moroccan Woman Jailed in Saudi Arabia After Charging “Husband” with Rape

Fez – In a video posted on YouTube, a Moroccan woman who claims she was enticed to Saudi Arabia for sexual slavery, desparately narrates her story of rape, torture, and imprisonment after arriving in Saudi Arabia to work as a domestic servant to provide for her daughter in Morocco.

The video which went viral on social media shows a woman called Lamiae El Moatamed entreating King Mohamed VI of Morocco to intervene in her case and see that she gets justice.

According to the woman, the story started when the alleged rapist with whom she had communicated via social media promised her a job in Saudi Arabia. When she arrived, she claimed she was forced to marry him under the threat of neverbeing able to return to Morocco if she refused him.

El Moatamed describes her revulsion at her husband’s abuse when he invited his friends to the home to have sex with her along with other women.

Her video:

One bonus item for a glimpse into the state of things in France thanks to cultural enrichment by Islam:

11. French teachers given 'alarm bracelets' over terror fears

Could this be the future at all French schools?
For the past week, teachers at 74 kindergartens and primary schools in Aix-en-Provence have been armed with the latest security development - an emergency bracelet.
The bracelet, which can be worn around the neck or wrist, features a large orange button that, when pressed, will raise the alarm at local police stations and throughout the school.  
The bracelet is intended to prompt a quicker response time in case of attack or an intrusion, a move that local authorities believe could prove vital in saving lives among the city's school population of over 9,400 kids and teachers.  



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commented 2016-09-18 01:13:09 -0400
It is regrettable that some who hate cats prefer making apologies for rape culture.
commented 2016-09-18 01:05:51 -0400
I ask again, why does Jay Kelly hate summer and victims of rape?
commented 2016-09-17 23:20:26 -0400
Bill Elder writes: “I thought Victor Laszlo’s ‘Daily Top Ten’ was a summertime amusement.”

Bill, it is far from amusing. Victor Laszlo uses the readership of The Rebel to put forth absurd stories mixed with some fact. Rebel readers are expected to go along with it.

He is a hateful man and claims his own ethnic background justifies it. He thinks the rest of us will just go along with it.

Will you just “go along with it”? You are mature enough to make up your own mind.
commented 2016-09-17 16:51:27 -0400
I thought Victor Laszlo’s “Daily Top Ten” was a summertime amusement

Yeah just like Muzzie rape gangs in Europe are a “summertime amusement”

You’re a apologist for violence
commented 2016-09-17 16:35:13 -0400
Sorry i did not see this story, i posted my comments about this on another thread, i will paste here

Don’t ask me to like these sadistic murderers Trudeau
What is it with Muslims and this lust for blood and pain, as one who does not eat meat because i do not believe in the killing of animals for food this to me is sadistic murder,Of course it is a personal choice and what one believes in is their own choice ( but that does not include this)
The way they acted here in Canada to me is no better than what ISIS does, they just torture animals instead, Religion of peace my A S S religion of torture as far as i am concerned,
I cannot fathom how anyone could ever take a torch to a living animal and hear the cries of pain and feel no compassion,
And my comments after i started to watch the video

I hadn’t watched the video until now, . they are a bunch of bloodthirsty murderers, i cannot fathom what they did in that video, i could only watch the very first bit and had to stop it.
As a compassionate person i just cannot fathom what they did,
I won’t say what i really feel but that has turned me right off Muslims, not that i cared much for them, some i suppose are " moderate" but if this is how " moderate " act then they are no better than ISIS to me, ISIS just does it to humans.
commented 2016-09-17 15:15:18 -0400
Great song, Victor.
In todays world most bands like this would be trumpeting how we are being enriched by the supposed power of diversity. Oh for the days….
commented 2016-09-17 13:29:13 -0400
John Kerry wanted the media to stop covering all the terrorists actions to get it out of the news. More lefty censorship. What will be next. Obama wants to hand over control of the internet to the UN.
commented 2016-09-17 13:28:21 -0400
I think I finally have it figured out.
Jay Kelly is a visiting aliens trying to sort out a new world experience. He talks as though the most obvious of facts and truths are a novelty for him. Like this little gem:
“The Rebel should be careful, though. Some readers will take these snippets as real news items..”

Yup, for the rest of the world it is obvious that these are real news items not staged by actors. Only an alien would have a tough time sorting this out.

Jay, if you need someone to “take me to your leader”, I would be happy to spend some time instructing you as a guest to our planet in the realities of life on earth.
commented 2016-09-17 11:45:40 -0400
commented 2016-09-17 11:36:34 -0400
“Woman jailed for being raped” – well, that ought to teach her. I hope a spell in the cooler will give her the chance to reflect on her crimes. Ah, sharia’h – so progressive, so modern, so fashionable (at least, our “betters” in Western societies seem to think so as they appear quite intent on bringing it into our nations).
commented 2016-09-17 08:46:07 -0400
I think KY Jelly actually works for the mainstream media and the liberals
commented 2016-09-17 05:44:22 -0400
commented 2016-09-17 02:45:28 -0400
Reporting the truth is not hate speech, Jay. It’s called journalism. If you don’t believe the reports Victor Lazlo files, fine. That’s up to you. But they’re either true or they aren’t. If they are true, I think we should know about them. If you don’t believe the reports are true, why don’t you produce some evidence to back up that position? Is it because you don’t have any? It’s obvious you don’t have any empathy or compassion for the families and loved ones of 201,977 people killed by radical Islamists since 9/11, nor for the 283,086 injured by them. Or perhaps you don’t believe those numbers are true either??? I must admit that I depend on other sources to compile those numbers…. sources you could just as easily access. But again, they’re either true or they aren’t. If they are, everyone should know about them; both for self-preservation and to pray for, or at least have compassion for, the victims. Jay Kelly, you are a colossal hypocrite.
commented 2016-09-17 02:45:00 -0400
If only some were not so full of hatred for the alphabet, they’d appreciate Victor’s efforts.
commented 2016-09-17 02:39:57 -0400
Jay Kelly, I ask you again, why do you hate phones?
commented 2016-09-17 01:53:14 -0400
Not all Danes are guilty! That needs to be repeated.

When Stephen Harper introduced the “snitch line” against Danish Canadians and others he did not intend it to be a hatred line. The intention was just that normal Canadians could phone in their complaints against Danish and others who were conducting suspicious activities.

Kellie Leitch was his spokes-person and she did a good job of laying out the law without singling out any ethnicity or religion.

Most Danish Canadians, it bears repeating, are law-abiding citizens.
commented 2016-09-17 01:36:13 -0400
Jay Kelly, I ask you again, why do you hate socks?
commented 2016-09-17 01:31:02 -0400
Such hatred…
commented 2016-09-17 01:27:42 -0400
I believe, Nnaumbua Farrell, in the value of life. The “Katten af Tonden”, carried out at the Danish Cultural Centre, disgusted me. Shooting cats in a barrel is one of the barbaric practices that Stephen Harper vowed to outlaw.

Harper was from Calgary and it was this barbaric practice above all that led him to introduce a law that allowed citizens to phone in to the RCMP and snitch on their neighbor. Many Albertans would have been happy to snitch on their Danish neighbours.

The law was never passed so we are back at this standstill again. Calgarians and Albertans standing face to face wanting to accuse one another of heinous crimes.
commented 2016-09-17 01:20:16 -0400
I only hope some have taken the time to watch the videos and not hate socks.
commented 2016-09-17 01:17:11 -0400
And the letter C?
commented 2016-09-17 01:15:40 -0400
Such hate….

Jay Jelly, I ask you again, why do you hate culture?
commented 2016-09-17 01:12:09 -0400
Nnaumbua Farrell speaks out about the cat-haters of Calgary — the Danish. Last week another help-line was issued for the concerned. Kellie Leitch mentioned her “snitch line” which was intended to allow non-Danish citizens to report on the barbaric cultural practices of drowning cats and exchanging socks.

Many people in Calgary see no threat, but to others the threat of these barbaric Danish cultural practices are obvious.
commented 2016-09-17 01:11:25 -0400
Keep it up Victor the truth need to be told. No matter how much certain idiots deny it.
commented 2016-09-17 01:06:02 -0400
Video # 2 is especially amusing. It’s well known that many Africans came to Europe claiming to be Syrian migrants.
commented 2016-09-17 01:00:45 -0400
Thank you Victor for at least trying to open the eyes of the viciously feline-phobic.