August 13, 2018

Top 10: Toronto Sun photographer assaulted by “peaceful” Antifa

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

1. Thousands of Muslims in China protest against government's decision to demolish a huge new mosque “they had paid to build”

Thousands of Muslims have been gathering at a mosque in north-west China to protest its planned demolition in a rare public pushback.

A large crowd of Hui people, a Muslim ethnic minority, began congregating at the towering Grand Mosque in the town of Weizhou, Ningxia on Thursday, before the Friday deadline of the demolition.

Construction of the mosque was just completed last year cost one million yuan (£114,000), which was entirely paid by local Hui residents, according to sources.


Chinese Muslim protest halts plan to demolish new mosque


2. Suicide bomber tries to attack a Coptic Christian church in Egypt only to blow himself to pieces when security guards approach

A suicide attack against a Coptic Christian church north of Cairo failed today when the bomber blew himself up when security guards approached him.

The man had been walking among churchgoers, while wearing an explosives belt, and tried to enter the building in the Mostorod district in Qaliubiya province.

But heightened security around the church prevented him from reaching his intended target, state media and security sources said.


Egypt: Police thwart suicide bomber near Coptic Church

Police thwarted suicide attacker outside of Coptic Christian church in Qalyubiyah, a governorate north of Cairo on Saturday.

SOT, Owner of kiosk close to attack site (Arabic): 'My Kiosk is directly opposite to the bridge where the explosion took place, we [my customers and I] were sitting here and suddenly we have heard a loud explosion. We checked out the explosion site and we found a corpse on the ground, then the security men came and collected the remains and limbs of the corpse, then they cordoned off the place, and they dispersed the crowd until the Security Director and the governor arrived.


3. Thousands of conservative Muslims protest Tunisia gender equality report

Thousands of conservative Muslims marched from Tunisia's capital of Tunis to Bardo on Saturday, as part of a protest against a government report on gender equality.

The report by the Commission of Individual Liberties and Equality proposes, among other things, the legalisation of homosexuality and making the sexes equal in inheritance matters.

The commission was put in place a year ago by President Beji Caid Essebsi.

The protest - organised by the National Coordination for the Defence of the Quran - remained largely calm and without incident, despite the high passions felt by Tunisia's religious right over the issues.


4. France: French police hunt driver who rammed mosque

LILLE, France (Reuters) - French police on Sunday searched for a driver who rammed his car through the front doors of a mosque in a suburb of Lille in northern France, a police source said.

No one was injured in the incident which occurred at about midnight. [...]

“The car broke through the doors of the Al Wifaq mosque,” the police source told Reuters.

An official in the local prefecture told regional newspaper Voix Du Nord that the incident did not appear to be “racially” motivated.


5. LEVY: Masked anti-hate demonstrators show no love at Toronto rally

They claimed to be protesting at Nathan Phillips Square on a sizzling Saturday afternoon to “stop the hate” of anti-Islamic groups.

But as it became clear to the unruly, ill-mannered protesters that the target of their anger was not showing up, they turned their hate towards the police and the media, most particularly the Toronto Sun.

The few hundred Antifa-like demonstrators — many wearing red and black bandannas over their faces to hide their identities — had come well-prepared on the first anniversary of the Charlottesville riots to engage in a counter protest against the Calgary-based Worldwide Coalition Against Islam (WCAI) organization.


VIDEO: Toronto Against Racism Rally Not So Peaceful

 

 

6. Bishop calls for burka ban: Pakistani-born Church of England cleric voices support for outlawing veil in public

A senior Church of England bishop last night called for a near-total ban on the wearing of burkas in public.

The former Bishop of Rochester, Michael Nazir-Ali, said burkas and niqabs should be outlawed in a wide range of situations where people interact, including in hospitals, GP surgeries, universities and schools.

The cleric said a ban should also extend to areas where there were legitimate security and safety concerns, such as at airports or while driving a car. However, he said it was acceptable for women to wear face veils at home, while in the street and at prayer.

7. CBC: NCCM Rep. discusses CRA revocation of Ottawa mosque's charitable status

August 10, 2018 | NCCM Executive Director Ihsaan Gardee discussed the CRA's revocation of an Ottawa-area mosque's charitable status.

(Spoiler Alert: The Mosque intends to appeal the CRA’s decision)


8. Paul Sperry calls out “sharia compliant” mugshots of alleged terrorist training camp co-conspirators

 

9. US considering permanent cutbacks at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey

Friction between the United States and Turkey may be scaling back the U.S. footprint at the strategically important Incirlik Air Base in southern Turkey.

The U.S. military has curbed combat operations flying out of Incirlik and permanent cutbacks could be in the works, the Wall Street Journal has reported.

Although the base has been a critical launching pad for the air campaign against the Islamic State, the opposing objectives of the U.S. government and that of Turkish President Recep Erdogan have driven the two NATO allies apart.

Erdogan has focused his efforts away from ISIS’ remaining strongholds and towards the Kurdish enclave in Afrin, Syria, against the wishes of U.S. officials. The enclave houses Kurdish militias that Turkey views as allies of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, a separatist group within Turkey. [...]

While Turkey didn’t impose any formal restrictions on the use of the base, American officials told the Wall Street Journal that flying out of there has become difficult, as the base is constantly held as a leverage point by Turkish authorities.

For example, two American officials said Turkey has at times requested the U.S. suspend operations on the runway, sometimes halting sorties for more than a day, according to the Wall Street Journal.

10. Imam Siraj Wahaj: “Muslims ought to get involved in politics to bring about our collective agenda”

The New York Imam who was “baffled by his sons arrest in New Mexico child abuse case”, speaks at an event in Kansas City in 1990 called “The Call of Islam in America and the Perception of America to it.” (Full video of event can be seen HERE)


A collection of videos including others featuring Imam Siraj Wahaj:

 

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commented 2018-08-13 20:17:31 -0400 · Flag
I like the retarded antifa guy who’s dressed up like an imaginary superhero.
Lmao, I bet I could make that sissy cry without even laying a hand on him.
commented 2018-08-13 19:19:35 -0400 · Flag
Wild Geese three??..Clearly a liberalist globalist goofball…
commented 2018-08-13 19:16:46 -0400
I wonder if trudeau would cut a check(10.5 million) for any Canadian outlaw motorcycle club if they joined to fight against you know who?…
commented 2018-08-13 19:07:31 -0400
It’s true – people at The Rebel were hope hope hoping that the Fredericton shooter was brown and had a Muslim name, so they could scream terrorism, but since he was just a white Canadian guy, the shooting was no longer newsworthy to The Rebel and it’s supporters.
commented 2018-08-13 18:57:52 -0400 · Flag
I wonder if trudeau would cut a check(10.5 million) for any Canadian outlaw motorcycle club if they joined to fight against you know who?…
commented 2018-08-13 16:40:04 -0400
Antifa looks pretty white to me. The tactic of the moment is to really go after the police. So is Tory telling them to stand down? (Fredericton shooter took out two police. Antifa footprint?)

George asks, “could it be that one was Muslim and one was not?”
That fact most definitely was a factor, yes absolutely. Follower of Islam, obviously trained shooter, yep, targeting people in cold blood.Yep. The fact that he was Muslim is part of the story. Of course not all Muslims, but the footprint had many things involved that pointed to radical Islam.

Was the Fredericton shooter in a shoot-out with police? Or did he just start shooting random people? Did he know any of his victims? Nobody is sayin. Who knows, maybe the guy with the ‘white’ name was a convert. Stranger things have happened. But nobody is sayin. Why?
commented 2018-08-13 15:19:08 -0400 · Flag
Ask a Muslim who appreciates living in Canada and isn’t afraid of repercussions from their own community. Ask an ex Muslim. They will tell you what the Danforth was.
commented 2018-08-13 15:15:32 -0400
There was footprint, radical Islamic connections/relatives . Danforth had Islamic soldier for allah, written all over it right from the get go.

Only your opinion, exactly. The Danford shooter is clear.
commented 2018-08-13 14:18:03 -0400
Liza Rosie – There was very little information on the Danforth shooter immediately after the shootings as well,but as soon as his name was released the site went wild with all kinds of speculation, anti-muslim comments, labeling him a terrorist and attempts to tie him to ISIS. He was eventually found to be a mentally disturbed young man with a yet to be determined motive for the killings. I just wondered why there were no comments about the Fredericton shooter when the two cases are quite similar – Innocent people killed, no obvious motive and the investigation is continuing. The only difference I noted was the outrage and quick condemnation of the Danforth shooter and virtually no reference so far on the Fredericton killer. Could it be that one was a muslim and the other one was not? As for your thoughts that it has an antifa footprint, I thought it was more likely a far right, mentally unstable gun nut, but my opinion only.
commented 2018-08-13 14:06:14 -0400
#5. Islam is the new Nazis. Antifa are the Brown Shirts.
commented 2018-08-13 13:50:36 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 35,847 Attacks, 232,401 Killed, 312,181 Injured that we know of
commented 2018-08-13 13:27:41 -0400
GEORGE ZVANITAJS there is no info to cover, past his English sounding name. Why isn’t it being disclosed is a good question. Ask the authorities. I can’t find info anywhere. If you have some source material, post it. All I know is his name and age. The authorities are giving no motive or leads. Off the top, it has more of an Antifa footprint, if I were to speculate.
commented 2018-08-13 13:22:02 -0400 · Flag
I think the footage of the demonstrations in Toronto kind of speak for themselves. ’Don’t believe your lyin eyes’, only works on gullible brainwashed idiots who don’t know fake news from what is right in front of them. Its key to know the difference between objective and subjective. If you can’t do that, you believe anything. The multitude of videos, both in Canada and the U.S clearly show the world who the thugs are. Supporting Antifa is supporting anti Canadian , anti western, global agenda. It is an attack on our sovereignty, they say so themselves. It is all a part of the invasion which must be stopped.

These thugs should be hauled off the streets and thrown in jail. They have no right to violent protests. The police know that. I know why Tory does nothing, he is a snivelling coward, but where is Ford on this anarchy?
commented 2018-08-13 11:44:12 -0400
3. Pull the Temple of death down! Tunisia will be a better place without
it.

4. Lille has a hero in it’s midst. Give the man a medal and buy him car.

5. ‘Toronto against hate’, what about the hate these low life morons
have for fellow Canadians. Their hate would be better directed
toward the hooded bich with the big mouth, shrilling for the Death
Cult.

6. Ban the Burka’s and ban the Berks who wear them.
commented 2018-08-13 09:48:50 -0400
I am waiting for the outrage and full coverage of the tragic events in Fredericton, where four people were shot to death, including two Fredericton police officers. Either I missed it or there has been very little said about this event on The Rebel site. Oh Right! The shooter was a good old Canadian white guy and not an immigrant or Muslim so it hardly deserves the coverage it would have received had the shooter been a foreign born “terrorist”.
commented 2018-08-13 07:36:23 -0400
ANTIFA are the loony leftists’ paid thugs. They wear masks because they are Canada’s #1 domestic terrorists. Soy Boy Trudeau and his thieving LIEBERAL Party won’t declare them terrorists because ANTIFA do the LIEBERALS’ bidding.

#trudeauforprison2018
commented 2018-08-13 03:49:43 -0400 · Flag
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 35,841 Attacks, 232,393 Killed, 312,178 Injured that we know of
commented 2018-08-13 01:56:10 -0400 · Flag
The bottom line being – if you are really proud of your convictions, why the “bleep” would you cover your face in a demonstration in “the land of the free and the home of the brave”??
commented 2018-08-13 01:41:56 -0400
Number 2-this pleases me.
Number 3-anyone think the Liberals will stand up for human rights in this case either??
Number 5-i hope the cops in Toronto who did not do their job realize that Karma comes around and maybe when you are in need of help other people may turn away as well.
Number 9-good let Russia take care of them.
commented 2018-08-13 01:33:37 -0400
Number 1- anyone think the Liberals will stand up for human rights in this case?? LMAO!
commented 2018-08-13 01:32:10 -0400 · Flag
Number 1-the progressives in the west will not say a damn thing against China.
commented 2018-08-13 01:28:51 -0400 · Flag
As a post WWII refugee boy, I grew up in Toronto, went to school in Toronto, and my parents ashes are buried in Toronto… I even have relatives and many childhood friends living in Toronto… But I’ll be damned if I ever go back there again…