Category Archives: Middle East

Yet another reason to boot the UN

BREITBART: United Nations Elects Saudi Arabia to Women’s Rights Commission

by Joel B. Pollak – 23 Apr 2017

http://www.breitbart.com/jerusalem/2017/04/23/united-nations-elects-saudi-arabia-womens-rights-commission/


Yes, your eyes do not deceive you. This sick perversion of justice is happening right in your face. 

This is mad. It is insane and suicidal. 

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Islamist Threat In Your Face

WND EXCLUSIVE: GUN-WAVING ‘ANGRY MUSLIM’ ARRESTED FOR TERRORISTIC THREATS

South Dakota files charges 12 days after livestreamed Facebook video at Christian conference

by LEO HOHMANN 04/22/2017 at 11:45 PM

After a week of growing controversy and public pressure, authorities in South Dakota on Friday arrested a Muslim man who livestreamed a Facebook video in which he made threats against Christians while showing off an arsenal of weapons.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2017/04/gun-waving-angry-muslim-arrested-for-terroristic-threats/#DPio5fL4SMBGIttY.99


So let’s get this straight.

This happened in Sioux Falls, SD!!! Not Dearbornistan Michigan! And everybody is okay with this?A muslim walks into a Christian conference with murderous intent, is blocked, then threatens American Christians in a Facebook video, and the police can’t find anything to charge him with?!!! Who are these police? Did they move here from England or Germany?

Finally a week later, after calls for his resignation, the police chief decides to act? He must be an Obama/Clinton voter.

How long will it be before we see scenes like this Yazidi woman for sale for $10 America?


AND THAT’S THE NEWS FROM ASSBAKISTAN

…where all the women wear trash bags, all the goats are good looking, and all the children are more murderous than average.

The result of radical islam

Seen on Facebook, this is one of the most heartbreaking pictures I have ever seen. This woman could be any one of my friends and relatives. Please keep her in your prayers, as well as all the people in the path of islamic murderers.

Translation
Black banner: “there is no God but Allah, Muhammad is Allah’s messenger ”
White sign on her left: “Yazidi Woman $10”

Where are all the feminists??? Linda sarsour? Ashley Judd? Maddona? Scarlett Johansson??? No-one??? Yeah, didn’t think so #StopIslamization


If you think ISIS is cool, think again.

Trump admin negotiates release of Egyptian-American aid worker from Cairo jail

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Hijazi meets with Trump

The demorat-controlled media has been largely silent about this. The release of these aid workers is a very good thing. Yet it wasn’t accomplished by their savior, Obama, so it shall not be mentioned.

From Fox News: The Egyptian American charity worker who was sent to prison for three years in Cairo met with President Trump Friday at the White House. “We are very happy to have her back home,” Trump said. “Thank you very much.”

The White House has been working for weeks with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to secure the release of Aya Hijazi, 30, as well as her husband Mohamed Hassanein and four other humanitarian workers.

Wade McMullen, managing attorney at the Robert F Kennedy Human Rights organization which has been advocating on Hijazi’s behalf, told National Public Radio that Sisi’s visit to Washington came during “a short window of time before the final verdict” in Hijazi’s case.

McMullen said during the trip, “senior administration officials were engaging with Egyptian officials on Aya’s case.”

Hijazi became the face of Egypt’s crackdown in 2014, She had her husband were sentenced to prison on May 1,2014 on child abuse and trafficking charges that have been widely criticized and dismissed by multiple human rights workers and U.S. officials as false.

Hijazi is a graduate of George Mason University and grew up in northern Virginia. There was virtually no evidence brought against her, her husband or the four humanitarian workers.

DCG

Insane: 16% of French with favorable view of ISIS

As the French prepare to vote for a new President this weekend, the country is the throes of another Islamic terrorist attack.

On the night of April 20, 2017, two French policemen were shot dead and others wounded on Paris’ famed Champs-Élysées boulevard. The assailant, 39-year-old French national Abu Yousif al-Belgiki, was shot dead by police. The Islamic State or ISIS quickly claimed responsibility for the shooting. (Reuters)

France has lived under a state of emergency since 2015 and has suffered a spate of Islamist militant attacks mostly perpetrated by young Muslim males who grew up in France and Belgium.

Despite that, there is no assurance that French nationalist Marine Le Pen will win the upcoming presidential election. Among the reasons is the fact that, incredibly, a 2014 survey of Europeans’ opinion of ISIS found that the French viewed ISIS more favorably than Brits or Germans. As many as 16% of the French had a positive view of ISIS — those radical Muslims who torture and behead people.

The survey was conducted by ICM for Russian news agency Rossiya Segodnya. ICM interviewed 3,007 respondents in Britain (1,000), France (1,006) and Germany (1,001) by telephone, July 11-21, 2014. Here are the poll’s findings:

France:

  • 16% of all French citizens had a positive opinion of ISIS.
  • 27% of ages 18-24 viewed ISIS favorably.

Britain:

  • 7% of all Brits had a positive opinion of ISIS.
  • 4% of  ages 18-24, 6% of ages 24-35, and 11% of ages 35-44 viewed ISIS favorably.

Germany:

  • 3% to 4% of all age groups had a positive opinion of ISIS.

In 2017, France has an estimated population of nearly 67 million, with at least 5-6 million Muslims. Though historically Roman Catholic, France has become de-Christianized. A study by political scientist Pierre Bréchon in 2009 concluded that the proportion of Catholics had fallen to 42% of the population, while the number of atheists and agnostics had risen to 50%. According to a survey in January 2007, only 5% of the French population attended church regularly; among those who identified as Catholic, only 10% attended church services regularly. (Wikipedia)

The onslaught of Muslim “refugees” and “migrants” have transformed parts of Paris into a dump.

H/t FOTM‘s Ken R. for the pics.

~Eowyn

AP translates Fresno shooter’s ‘Allahu Akbar’ to ‘God is great’

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Change the language all you want, AP. Doesn’t change the facts.

From Fox News: The Fresno shooting suspect accused of killing three people on Tuesday shouted “Allahu Akbar” when he was taken into custody by law enforcement, according to Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer – but the Associated Press made an editorial decision to print the translation of his words from Arabic to English: “God is great.”

The Associated Press tweeted on Tuesday afternoon with their translation, despite almost all other news outlets reporting what suspect Kori Ali Muhammad actually said. Their tweet:

Fresno police say suspect in triple slaying told them he hates white people, shouted “God is great” before killings. https://t.co/rrSOzfEXaB — The Associated Press (@AP) April 18, 2017

The AP responded to Fox News’ request for comment, and said they had deleted the tweet and replaced it with a new one.

The AP acknowledged in their article that Muhammad shouted “God is great” in Arabic. The AP story reads:

Dyer has said Muhammad shouted “God is great!” in Arabic while being arrested and had posted on social media that he dislikes white people. All three victims in Tuesday’s killings were white men, and Muhammad is black.”

The AP is taking heat on Twitter from news outlets, pundits and journalists for the editorializing, with some slamming the AP for downplaying the shooter’s Islamic ties.

DCG

Is Italy still Italy if the inhabitants are black Muslim migrants from Africa?

In the ongoing migrant invasion of Europe — an invasion that is welcomed by the governments of western Europe — the village of Sant’Alessio in Calabria, southern Italy is a microcosm.

See if you can spot the propaganda in the following “report” by Fanny Carrier of AFP (via France24), April 16, 2017:

In the foothills of the Aspromonte mountains in southern Italy, the silence of a once-dying village is broken by the laughter of a small group of refugees.

Tiny Sant’Alessio has been welcoming families and vulnerable migrants here for three years in a project which not only provides humanitarian assistance but brings with it invaluable economic and social benefits.

Over the years the village has dwindled to only 330 inhabitants, many of them elderly. The steep cobbled streets are deserted and most windows are shuttered, residents having left over the years for better work opportunities in Turin, Milan or as far away as Australia.

In an attempt to reverse the trend, however, since 2014 the council has been renting eight of these empty flats to house up to 35 migrants at a time as part of the national SPRAR network (Protection System for Asylum Seekers and Refugees).

Everything is done to help the newcomers get back on their feet, from Italian lessons to legal, medical and psychological assistance, vocational training and social activities such as gardening, cooking and dancing classes.

The village is currently home to an Iraqi Kurdish family, a Gambian couple with a baby and young people from Ghana, Nigeria, Mali and Senegal.

There is a special project for the most vulnerable, including HIV-positive people, diabetics, victims of prostitution networks, a deaf and dumb couple, and a young woman whose toddler son was shot dead in Libya and husband is feared drowned.

“Our mission is both humane and humanitarian, that’s the most important thing,” said Stefano Calabro, a 43-year-old police officer who has been mayor of Sant’Alessio since 2009.

“But there is a significant economic benefit too.”

The state allocates up to 45 euros (47 dollars) a day for each migrant, most of which goes to the organisers to cover costs.

The project has created full or part-time jobs in Sant’Alessio for 16 people including seven locals — from social workers to Italian teachers and cultural mediators.

And it has prevented the closure of the village’s basic services — a bar, small supermarket, doctor’s surgery and pharmacy.

With funds to spend on services, the council has been able to open a small gym open to all residents and upkeep a lush sports field overlooking the valley, where migrants regularly challenge the team from a nearby drug rehabilitation centre.

After six months to a year here, some of the refugees managed to find work in the region, others headed elsewhere.

Ghanaian Salifu, 23, decided to stay on and has been living off odd jobs like helping with manual work in the fields.

Sant’Alessio may not offer bright lights or much in the way of career opportunities, but a cheerful Salifu says “we’re not going anywhere”.

After months in Sicily’s notorious, overcrowded Mineo camp, just small things like quick doctor appointments here seem a luxury.

Sitting in the sunshine and watching the world go by from his front garden, 89-year old Antonio Sacca — who spent 54 years working in a Turin factory before returning home — says he likes his new neighbours.

“They behave well. They live independent lives but often lend a helping hand,” he said.

Bar owner and widow Celestina Borrello, 73, whose son left years ago to find work in Belgium, says “the village was emptying, so if there’s a little movement now, it’s a good thing”.

“We know what it means to leave our land,” she adds.

The project has been such a success that Coopisa, the association behind it, is opening others in four villages nearby.

And there is another benefit: those that join the SPRAR network and take in small numbers of refugees are guaranteed not to have to host an emergency reception centre, such as the one in the nearby ski-town of Gambarie, where 120 migrants are massed in a hotel.

With just 26,000 places available, the network is only a small part of Italy’s reception system, which hosts more than 176,000 people.

While most are housed in large groups, often angering or frustrating local communities, this dusty village is seen as a quiet triumph.

Sant’Alessio has been our prototype,” said Coopisa head Luigi De Filippis, who points out there is scope for the project to go across Italy and beyond.

There are vast areas affected by the same depopulation in northern Italy and elsewhere in Europe.

Here are some facts on Italy and migrants from a June 20, 2015 article by Nicholas Farrell in The Telegraph:

  • In 2013, Italy’s unelected left-wing government decriminalized illegal immigration, which means that none of the boat people are arrested once on dry land, but are taken to ‘Centri di accoglienza’ (welcome centers).
  • In the welcome centers, the “refugees” are given free board and lodging plus mobile phones, €3 a day in pocket money, and lessons — if they can be bothered — in such things as ice-cream-making or driving a car and Italian. Their presence in these welcome centers is voluntary and they are free to come and go, though not to work. Each “migrant” costs those Italians who do pay tax €35 a day (nearly €13,000 a year). Although the “migrants” are supposed to have their photographs and fingerprints taken, many refuse and the Italian police do not insist.
  • In 2014, the Italian navy “saved” about 194,700 migrants:
    • The majority of whom were Muslims.
    • “Hardly any” migrants were actual refugees, i.e., from war-torn countries such as Syria or Iraq.
    • 70% of the migrants were from sub-Saharan Africa: Nigeria, Mali, Gambia, and Senegal.
    • Most were young single men.

So what’s the reason for the Italian and other European governments’ welcoming of these Muslim invaders?

Like other countries of western Europe, Italy’s population is aging and shrinking, with a population growth rate in 2016 of an estimated 0.23%, which is less than the replacement rate.

That anemic 0.23% population growth rate is a computation based on:

  • A surplus (or deficit) of births over deaths
  • The balance of migrants entering and leaving a country.

In other words, even with migrants, Italy’s population barely grew at all in 2016. We can only imagine what its births to deaths ratio must have been.

In 2014, Italy’s birth rate of 509,000 births was the lowest in 150 years, since the modern Italian state was formed in 1861. That prompted Health Minister Beatrice Lorenzin to say: “We are very close to the threshold of non-renewal where the people dying are not replaced by new-borns. That means we are a dying country.” (The Guardian)

Abortion partially accounts for Italy’s low birth rate. In 2014, nominally Catholic Italy had 97,647 abortions — an abortion rate of 16.25%, i.e., 16.25% of pregnancies ended in abortion. (Johnson’s Archive)

So if anyone is committing white genocide in Italy, it’s the Italians themselves.

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~Eowyn