When they don’t hate you and us, they hate and persecute each other. The key word in Islam and the Muslims is: hate. If they cannot hate someone or something, they don’t know how to exist. They only gain pleasure from conflict and savagery.
When they don’t hate you and us, they hate and persecute each other. The key word in Islam and the Muslims is: hate. If they cannot hate someone or something, they don’t know how to exist. They only gain pleasure from conflict and savagery.
Of course they supported the Nazi’s. It’s Muslims who induced anti-semitism in Hitler and got him engaged in the holocaust. There is plenty of evidence of this and more and more is coming out.
Greater Manchester Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of Asghar Butt last known to be living in Salford. He was charged with a sex attack on a female and given bail. Butt failed to turn up for his court date and has gone awol. He has committed rape jihad once and poses a threat of doing again.
Name : Asghar Butt
Date of birth : 25/12/1983
Age : 29
Location : N/A
Police in Salford are trying to trace a man who is wanted for failing to appear at court.
Asghar Butt (born 25/12/1983) of Delaunays Road, Salford was due to attend Manchester Crown Court on 24 September 2013 after being charged in connection with a sexual assault, but failed to turn up.
Officers have been trying to find Asghar Butt and are now appealing to the public for anyone with information on his whereabouts to get in touch.
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Two men have been convicted of murdering soldier Lee Rigby in May. His parents Ian and Lyn Rigby told BBC Panorama they do not think Michael Adebolajo or Michael Adebowale should ever be allowed to leave prison.
Drummer Lee Rigby had served in Afghanistan with his regiment, the Fusiliers, who he had joined in 2006 when he was just 19. His unit was based in Cyprus.
Talking to Panorama’s Peter Taylor, Lee’s mother Lyn Rigby said: “I wouldn’t wish anybody to go through the same pain of what they put Lee through, what they put the family through.”
“I don’t think they should be able to come out and walk the streets again.”
Speaking before the verdict…
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Islam has managed to create little else but liars and fraudsters.
This is a sequence showing a “Lebanese mother and son” who were supposedly the targets of an Israeli air raid into Lebanon. The story that accompanies the photos says that the mother would die in her son’s arms. Too bad it is all a lie designed to create anger and indignation and foster hatred towards Israel.
As you will see in the middle picture, the “mother” and “son” proudly show off their fake photo. How many newspapers and news agencies will write about Arab propaganda lies?
Turkey sits on occupied Armenian and Greek territories; Anatolia and Eastern Thrace. On the eve of World War I, there were two million Armenians in the declining Ottoman Empire. By 1922, there were fewer than 400,000. The others — some 1.5 million — were killed in what historians consider a genocide.
Where’s is Turkey’s compensation to Armenian Christians for their brutal, inhumane, genocide of million people and the confiscation of their homes, wealth and belongings? None. They care nothing of it and deny it. Infidel blood is insignificant to Muslims and not worthy to pay attention to.
Meanwhile Turkish officials scream and argue that Israel should compensate them for the killing of 9 Turks on the Mavi Marmara in 2010 heading to jihadi occupied Gaza. Muslims are always playing victims. They have conveniently forgotten that Turkey owes Israel compensation for their invasion of Jewish land. No one has a larger outstanding debt to humanity on earth than Muslims. And they have never paid anyone.
[Photo] A Turkish Muslim official on the payroll of the third to last last Caliph of Islam Mehmet V, holds a slice of bread in order to tease starving Armenian Christian children. The Armenian genocide was one of the worst atrocities of the 20th century in which Islam murdered millions of Christians in cold blood. Islam and Turkey refuse to acknowledge their crime. [h/t Paul via Chris A-W’s Facebook]
Laced sausage poisoning is now exported to Sweden. This kind of method to kill dogs and cats have been used by Muslims in Spain, Britain, Netherlands, France and other parts of Europe. They also fill sausages with nails and spread them over fields and other areas where dog owners walk their pets. Muslims have also been found dosing pets with lighter fluid and lit them on fire.
Britain’s favorite hate preacher and extremist, Anjem Choudary (carefully protected for his “human rights” rather than shot point blank) has admitted that Muslims steal livestock and cattle all across Europe. This cattle is then tortured and beheaded to be ‘halal’ in the same way Muslims commit jihad.
David Cameron’s favorite hate preacher, Anjem’s tweet in October 2012.
Is there anything these satanic savages don’t do to please their god of the underworld? Just unfathomable that they imagine there exist any kind of heaven for them at all.
The most forbidden word in the Swedish press starting with M is of course never mentioned in the article below. And should they arrest the criminals – and we promise the are Muslim – they will deny that this behavior is typical for Muslim and the Islamic “culture” related to the hallucinations of prophet Mohammed.
How to avoid Muslims from poisoning your dogs?
1. Have your dog wear a lose muzzle so it doesn’t pick up unknown items to eat or chew.
2. Install a fully concealed letter basket inside your front door so any poisonous meat through mail slots is not reached by your pets.
3. Install a good quality hidden cam for your front door and any patio/garden area if your neighborhood has experienced incidents of poisoned pets.
4. Start demanding a complete stop on Muslim immigration, Muslim asylum and demand the government to deport Muslims.
6. Stop defending these savages and pretend that only a minority wants you or your pets harm.
7. Inform and educate other people that Muslims across Europe have been responsible for these crimes on animals, so people in the area know who to keep an eye on.
[Bling translate] GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN. Poodle Candy and chihuahua Penni are the latest dog killer’s victims. Both are hovering between life and death after being fed with poisonous sausages that someone tossed into their enclosure.
Veterinarian Jonas Eriksson, at Blue Star animal hospital, struggling to save their lives.
“We don’t know how it will go,” he said.
Since last summer, several dogs have been killed by antifreeze poisoned meat in western Sweden.
Marie Carlberg in Aberdeen has lost four dogs, three of them this year. Now, even her pet dogs Candy and Penni have been poisoned after eating strange meat.
-“You become completely paralysed. There are no words for this. The whole region is in turmoil. We don’t know what to do about this,” she said with a lump in my throat.
When Marie Carlberg discovered small sausage pieces in the dog yard the night before last she understood there was a hurry. She threw herself into the car with their dogs.
-Sausages must have been thrown into our garden. You cannot get into the garden any other way. How much has been [thrown in] from the beginning, or how much the dogs or other animals have eaten, we do not know.
It was fortunate that she reacted immediately. For a dog or cat that consume antifreeze or coolant every hour is vital.
– “If it gets really bad the kidneys give in. We have about eight to twelve hours to intervene after the dogs are poisoned. After that is the prognosis very poor. Cats are even more sensitive,” said Jonas Eriksson, who is Director of intensive care at Blue Star.
Candy and Penni was treated acute with drip on Blue Star yesterday.
-It’s the alcohol in the drip which out-competes the poison in the body.
Black poodle Candy paws around the examination table while Jonas Eriksson examines her. In addition to a hefty nausea she has not been more damaged.
But would the kidneys be damaged it will be too difficult to treat and the only thing that remains is to euthanize the animal.
-Their kidney values have not risen. They can probably survive, but we’ll have to wait and see. even if they survive, there is a risk of it becoming chronic troubles with kidneys, says Jonas Eriksson.
Antifreeze or coolant be taken up quickly by the small dog body. The animals stop eating, wobbling like a drunk and vomits.
Jonas Eriksson stresses that it is important to go to a veterinarian who knows what it’s about and can quickly make an accurate diagnosis.
-Antifreeze is a bit sneaky. You can see when it happens, it’s easy to go for a long time.
Marie Carlberg found scattered sausages and meat pieces along walking paths in their field. Her dogs are now with the muzzle.
Police have not arrested anyone for poison attacks.
Marie Carlberg and her husband Bob are waiting tensely on notice from the veterinary hospital.
-It is unacceptable. I can not imagine at all. There are small puppies we’re talking about. Puppies that we have acquired because they are so wonderful. To know that they are laying in there suffering is unbearable.
Al Qaeda’s scariest and most unpredictable weapon right now? The digital magazine that inspired the Boston Marathon bombers and a growing army of “lone wolf” terrorists around the world. James Bamford investigates the search for the mystery men behind Inspire—and learns that for some, the laptop is mightier than the suicide bomb
Inside Brooklyn’s federal courthouse, a curving cylinder of greenish glass and gray steel, Lawal Babafemi sat silently with his attorney at the defense table as prosecutors got ready to present their case. It was September 27, 2013, a warm Friday in New York, and Babafemi, a 33-year-old Nigerian man with a neatly trimmed goatee, was dressed casually in a blue-and-white-striped polo shirt. It’s safe to say that he was the first magazine employee in the history of publishing to ever face a possible life sentence for trying to recruit writers.
Inspire, the magazine Babafemi allegedly worked for, is not your typical glossy. It’s published by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), and its special issue on “the Blessed Boston Bombings” contained twenty-two pages of glory and praise to Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. “They crossed their own finish line at 2:50 P.M.,” read one article in the English-language digital magazine. “The real worthy winners of the Boston Marathon were the Tsarnaev mujahideen brothers.” The issue hit its emotional crescendo on page 26 with a luminescent photo illustration of Tamerlan the martyr against a vision of heaven, a scarf tied loosely around his neck, designer sunglasses on his face, a pair of doves aloft in the sun-dappled clouds behind him.
“The brothers have been inspired by Inspire,” wrote Yahya Ibrahim, the editor-in-chief. American investigators concurred. After the attack, they searched Dzhokhar’s computer and, according to the indictment, found the first issue of Inspire, published in July 2010. The issue included an article entitled “Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom,” by “the AQ Chef.” “Glue the shrapnel to the inside of the pressurized cooker, then fill in the cooker with the inflammable material,” he wrote. “Place the device in a crowded area. Camouflage the device with something that would not hinder the shrapnel.”
The Tsarnaev brothers, as we now know, were careful and obedient readers. They have also become the poster boys for the new breed of grassroots and “lone wolf” jihadists who are changing the nature of the terrorism we’re fighting. In recent years, as it has become more and more difficult for Al Qaeda’s dwindling leadership to plan and execute the kinds of grand attacks that made it famous, the group has focused on radicalizing would-be terrorists who live in North America and Europe and have no formal ties to known organizations. Just two months ago, on the twelfth anniversary of September 11, Ayman al-Zawahiri, the Egyptian doctor who succeeded Osama bin Laden as the leader of Al Qaeda, released a video in which he praised the Boston bombings and rallied lone wolves in America to carry out similar operations. “These dispersed strikes can be carried out by one brother, or a small number of brothers,” he said. Such tactics, he added, will “bleed America economically by provoking it to continue in its massive expenditure on its security.”
These “brothers” won’t train in the wilds of Yemen; they’ll never scan the sky for drones above the tribal areas of Pakistan. But what they lack in sophistication and experience, they make up for in rage and the will to act. And they take their cues from Inspire. As Peter Neumann, director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation at King’s College London, has said, “In almost all the homegrown cases that we’ve seen over the past three years in Britain and in America, it turned out that Inspire was on the hard drives of these people.”
For years the U.S. intelligence community has wanted to capture and interrogate anyone associated with the magazine. Now, with the arrest of Lawal Babafemi, they may have succeeded. If the charges are true and if he cooperates, Babafemi could offer insight into the magazine, including how it functions, who is involved with it, and whether any Americans are connected to it. Babafemi has pleaded not guilty and is awaiting trial.
According to the prosecution, the defendant went to Yemen in January 2010, six months before the first issue of Inspire was published. In the early days of the magazine, Anwar al-Awlaki, a top leader of AQAP, was a frequent contributor, and the editor was a man named Samir Khan. Both were American-born Muslims who had traveled to Yemen to wage jihad. At Babafemi’s arraignment, the prosecutor said Awlaki arranged for Babafemi to be paid nearly $9,000 “to recruit other English-speaking individuals from Nigeria to train and work on behalf of [AQAP]. He worked with the media branch…to publish Inspire magazine.” He is also accused of receiving weapons training from AQAP in Yemen.
Babafemi worked for the magazine until August 2011, the government says, at which point he returned to Nigeria and was arrested for unknown reasons. A month later, the CIA discovered the whereabouts of his AQAP bosses. On September 30, a drone killed Awlaki and Khan as they were traveling together in remote southern Yemen.
“One of the reasons Awlaki was targeted in particular,” says Greg Markham, a former clandestine CIA officer posted to Yemen, “was because Inspire was so dangerous.”
Markham (a pseudonym to protect his identity) and I were sitting at a corner table in a hotel lobby in a distant foreign city, and he was quietly telling me about the covert war the CIA has been waging against AQAP in Yemen since 2009. For years, until he changed assignments, Markham watched the buildup of the group from the CIA’s station in the heavily protected U.S. embassy in Yemen’s capital of Sana’a. The most active and dangerous Al Qaeda organization on earth, AQAP picked up where Bin Laden left off, with a focus on attacking the U.S. mainland, and President Obama responded with a long and bloody drone campaign that has killed hundreds of suspected militants. At this point, Markham says, the list of AQAP core leaders posing the greatest threat to the U.S. is down to three: the Yemeni emir Nasir al-Wuhayshi, leader of AQAP and onetime personal secretary of Bin Laden; the Saudi Arabian bombmaker Ibrahim al-Asiri, an endlessly inventive tactician who masterminded the failed Christmas Day bombing on a Detroit-bound flight in 2009, among other plots; and Inspire’s current editor, Yahya Ibrahim, whose nationality is unknown.
If the CIA thought wiping out Awlaki and his editor, Samir Khan, would wipe out the magazine, they were quickly disabused of that notion. Stepping in for Khan was Yahya Ibrahim, a man who, to judge from his editorial output, possesses a fertile imagination for the many ways to kill. Seven months after the killing of his colleagues, he published two new issues of Inspire (at the same time) and delivered an explicit message that the deaths of his predecessors would not destroy the magazine. “To the disappointment of our enemies, issue 9 of Inspire magazine is out against all odds,” he wrote. “The Zionists and the crusaders thought that the magazine was gone with the martyrdom of Shaykh Anwar and brother Samir.… As for this blessed magazine, it is here to stay.”
The problem isn’t merely finding Ibrahim; it’s identifying him. “His name is almost certainly a nom de guerre,” says Scott Stewart, a former counterterrorism special agent at the State Department. Now with Stratfor, a global intelligence consultancy, Stewart still follows the magazine and Ibrahim closely. “He’s been with Inspire since the beginning, and he worked very closely with Khan,” Stewart said. “From his writing, some people think he sounds British, but I think it sounds more Americanized English. I believe he has a very similar background to Khan, and I believe he probably lived in the U.S. or Canada, due to word usage. I think he was here and then fled to Yemen, like Khan.”
Because of the tribal nature of Yemeni society, which makes it extremely difficult for intelligence agents to develop contacts, gather information, or even travel to the regions, or “governorates,” where AQAP members hide out, the likeliest way to locate and kill Ibrahim would be for him to make an error—to use a phone or send an e-mail that somehow tips his whereabouts. In November 2012 a similar mistake killed Said Ali al-Shihri, AQAP’s number two official. While in the northern province of Sa’dah, he used a cell phone to make some inquiries. That was all it took. As soon as he turned the phone on, U.S. intelligence detected its signal, and a CIA drone in the area fired a missile at the car in which he was riding, killing Shihri and others. Later, in an AQAP video of the memorial service for Shihri, a spokesman referred to his breach of security procedures: “This enabled the enemy to kill him.”
It’s unlikely that Ibrahim or his colleagues will commit the same breach. “It’s when you’re communicating that you’re most vulnerable,” says Robert Grenier, who has been monitoring AQAP for years, especially while serving as director of the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center from 2004 to 2006. “With Inspire, you can do most of that on a laptop in a remote location, completely unconnected to the Internet. Then it’s just a matter of getting your file on a thumb drive, then getting it to a location where it can be rapidly uploaded onto the Internet, and it’s gone. So if you’re disciplined about it and in as anonymous a fashion as possible—say, from an Internet café—you can do it in a way that provides very little window for U.S. intelligence to strike on a real-time basis.”
Ibrahim exercises great caution in cultivating recruits via Inspire, providing readers a means to communicate secretly with him and others at the magazine (and thus an opportunity to discuss, in greater detail, ways to carry out attacks). The method makes use of an encryption system in which multiple e-mail addresses are listed alongside a public key, a long series of random characters. The addresses are typically on free e-mail providers such as Gmail and Yahoo that, in light of the Edward Snowden affair, appear to have cooperated with the NSA. Apparently aware of this likelihood, Inspire sets out page after page of additional security instructions on top of the key, intended to allow readers to get in touch with the magazine without raising any flags. Readers who fail to observe these protocols—or do so but somehow attract attention anyway—do so at great risk. In two cases—one in England, one in Australia—people have been arrested, tried, and in one instance jailed for having Inspire on their hard drives.
Fortunately I was in America when I downloaded all eleven issues of the magazine, over 600 pages, while researching this article. It’s a reading experience I can’t say I recommend, but it was morbidly fascinating nonetheless. What’s consistent about Inspire from its inception is the effort to be accessible, slick, and visually appealing, with pop graphics and colorful layouts. “It’s the branding of Al Qaeda,” said Markham. “It’s glamorous. And many wannabes don’t speak Arabic. The Boston bombers didn’t speak Arabic.” The magazine is also “aspirational,” to borrow a term from commercial magazine publishing, in that the editors make it clear on almost every page that you, the reader, are very much needed for the cause. “There is a series called ‘Open Source Jihad,’ with articles like ‘Qualities of an Urban Assassin’ and ‘Torching Parked Vehicles,’ ” Markham said. “So if someone said, ‘What do I do?’ it’s right here.”
If it didn’t lead to tragedy, it could almost be parody: Inspire, the magazine for terror enthusiasts. Here, a few pages that reflect its typical mix of incitement to violence (“Get out to your enemy, he is just next door”) and instruction (“Make sure to leave the antenna intact since it is the wireless signal to your remote”). Below, the un-spell-checked cover of the Winter 2012 issue.
As I studied the evolution of the magazine, I noticed a clear shift in tone. Awlaki, a forceful and constant editorial presence in the early issues, comes off as much more of a scholar than a firebrand. Rather than writing about making bombs, he uses reason and history to argue for the underlying ideas behind jihad. According to Markham, the CIA considered him a great danger not because of his violent rhetoric but because of his persuasive message. “That’s why Awlaki was such a threat,” Markham told me. “He could deliver his arguments in such beautiful English.”
If Awlaki was the professor, Samir Khan, the editor-in-chief, was the geek, the digital-magazine expert, with critical experience putting together a similar publication in the basement of his home in North Carolina before moving to Yemen. Thus, he was also the perfect person to design Inspire, on the laptop he always carried with him. On the pages of the magazine, Khan was a thoughtful but accessible voice, his language stripped of the Koranic references and stiff didactic pronouncements common to Awlaki’s prose. He wrote in a colloquial American vernacular, and his articles were also up-to-the-minute and peppered with references to Western media: Fareed Zakaria on CNN, Tony Blair being interviewed on the BBC. “Khan was always very cheeky, very snarky, very sarcastic,” says Stewart, who adds that when Ibrahim took over, that tone disappeared. “Ibrahim doesn’t seem to have it. The magazine is less edgy than it was under Khan. He had a sense of humor that appealed to their target audience.”
Ironically, by assassinating Awlaki and Khan, who had a moderating effect on the magazine, the Obama administration may have helped make Inspire even more incendiary by increasing the influence of Ibrahim, whose writings are anything but moderate. In one particularly gruesome article, Ibrahim suggests making your own “mowing machine, not to mow grass but to mow down the enemies of Allah. You would need a 4WD pickup truck.… Weld on steel blades on the front of the truck. Even a blunter edge would slice through bone very easily. Go for the most crowded locations. Narrower spots are better because it gives less chance for the people to run away.” If that sounds ridiculous, bordering on parody, recall the case of Lee Rigby, the English soldier who was brutally murdered in broad daylight by a pair of lone-wolf jihadists last spring. At about 2:20 p.m. on May 22, on a quiet street in the London district of Woolwich, two British men of Nigerian descent ran Rigby down with their car, then stabbed and hacked him to death with a knife and a cleaver.
Barely a week later, in the same issue that hero-worshipped the Tsarnaevs, Inspire celebrated the Woolwich attack with a two-page spread. On the left-hand page: a stock photo of a serrated butcher knife dripping with what appears to be fake blood. On the right: a screen grab of one of the lone wolves, from a video shot by a bystander moments after the attack. The blood on his hands couldn’t be more real.
···Whether or not the CIA is closing in on Ibrahim and the other remaining leaders of AQAP, the agency has certainly been stepping up the killing. In late July and early August, after several months of relatively little activity, the CIA launched a series of deadly drone attacks, killing at least thirty people in Yemen over a period of fifteen days. In the midst of all this, the Obama administration shut down U.S. diplomatic facilities throughout the Middle East after warning of a serious threat from a group suspected to be AQAP. Was the suspected plot retaliation for the drone killings? Did those killings take out a senior leader? Like much about the secret war in Yemen, there is far more behind the shroud than in front of it.
But now, with one of the alleged recruiters for AQAP and Inspire on U.S. soil and in their custody, federal prosecutors are hoping to finally get a peek at what, and who, is there. Babafemi “trained with Al Qaeda, assisted in its propaganda efforts, and actively recruited others to join its demented cause,” said George Venizelos, the assistant director-in-charge of the FBI’s New York field office, in a statement. “We will continue to work with our international partners to mitigate the global terrorist threat.” But in the age of the Internet, it will take more than an arrest or two to put an end to Inspire—no matter who’s editing it.
And now, almost unmentioned in the media, their holy places are also being desecrated
Just over 30 years ago, I dug the bones and skulls of Armenian genocide victims out of a hillside above the Khabur River in Syria. They were young people – the teeth were not decayed – and they were just a few of the million-and-a-half Armenian Christians slaughtered in the first Holocaust of the 20th century, the deliberate, planned mass destruction of a people by the Ottoman Turks in 1915.
It was difficult to find these bones because the Khabur River – north of the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zour – had changed. So many were the bodies heaped in its flow that the waters moved to the east. The very river had altered its course. But Armenian friends who were with me took the remains and placed them in the crypt of the great Armenian church at Deir ez-Zour, which is dedicated to the memory of those Armenians who were killed – and shame upon the “modern” Turkish state which still denies this Holocaust – in that industrial mass murder.
And now, almost unmentioned in the media, these ghastly killing fields have become the killing fields of a new war. Upon the bones of the dead Armenians, the Syrian conflict is being fought. And the descendants of the Armenian Christian survivors who found sanctuary in the old Syrian lands have been forced to flee again – to Lebanon, to Europe, to America. The very church in which the bones of the murdered Armenians found their supposedly final resting place has been damaged in the new war, although no one knows the culprits.
Yesterday, I called Bishop Armash Nalbandian of Damascus, who told me that while the church at Deir ez-Zour was indeed damaged, the shrine remained untouched. The church itself, he said, was less important than the memory of the Armenian genocide – and it is this memory which might be destroyed. He is right. But the church – not a very beautiful building, I have to say – is nonetheless a witness, a memorial to the Holocaust of Armenians every bit as sacred as the Yad Vashem memorial to the victims of the Jewish Holocaust in Israel. And although the Israeli state, with a shame equal to the Turks, claims that the Armenian genocide was not a genocide, Israelis themselves use the word Shoah – Holocaust – for the Armenian killings.
In Aleppo, an Armenian church has been vandalised by the Free Syrian Army, the “good” rebels fighting Bashar al-Assad’s regime, funded and armed by the Americans as well as the Gulf Sunni Arabs. But in Raqqa, the only regional capital to be totally captured by the opposition in Syria, Salafist fighters trashed the Armenian Catholic Church of the Martyrs and set fire to its furnishings. And – God spare us the thought – many hundreds of Turkish fighters, descendants of the same Turks who tried to destroy the Armenian race in 1915, have now joined the al-Qa’ida-affiliated fighters who attacked the Armenian church. The cross on top of the clock tower was destroyed, to be replaced by the flag of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Nor is that all. On 11 November, when the world honoured the dead of the Great War, which did not give the Armenians the state they deserved, a mortar shell fell outside the Holy Translators Armenian National School in Damascus and two other shells fell on school buses. Hovhannes Atokanian and Vanessa Bedros, both Armenian schoolchildren, died. A day later, a bus load of Armenians travelling from Beirut to Aleppo were robbed at gunpoint. Two days later, Kevork Bogasian was killed by a mortar shell in Aleppo. The Armenian death toll in Syria is a mere 65; but I suppose we might make that 1,500,065. More than a hundred Armenians have been kidnapped. The Armenians, of course, like many other Christians in Syria, do not support the revolution against the Assad regime – although they could hardly be called Assad supporters.
Two years from now, they will commemorate the 100th anniversary of their Holocaust. I have met many survivors, all now dead. But the Turkish state, supporting the present revolution in Syria, will be memorialising its victory at Gallipoli that same year, a heroic battle in which Mustafa Kemal Ataturk saved his country from Allied occupation. Armenians also fought in that battle – in the uniform of the Turkish army, of course – but I will wager as many dollars as you want that they will not be remembered in 2015 by the Turkish state which was so soon to destroy their families.
In a response to the Danish people’s Party, Martin Henriksen, given by justice minister Karen Haekkerup Monday, it appears that Somali nationals are significantly over-represented in Denmark’s crime statistic database (Photo: Capture from Karen Haekkerup’s response).
— The Justice Minister’s response and statistics here (PDF)
By Berit Hartung Tirsdag den 17. december 2013, BT
[Bing translate] Somalis in Denmark are more criminal than Danes and immigrants from other countries. It is being revealed in brand new figures from the Ministry of Justice.
A recent response by the Justice Minister to the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign and Integration Policy shows that the problem of criminals with Somali citizenship is a large and growing problem.
People with Somali citizenship were sentenced in 2012 for violations of criminal law almost ten times more often [1000%] as people with Danish citizenship, which taking into account consist of the largest population group.
For every 1000 Somali nationals charged last year 114 were convicted for violations of the Penal Code. The same figures for Danish citizens is 13 (12.9% of 1000), while 54 out of 1000 citizens from other countries got a conviction.
And that figure is rising, reveal the result from data on the development from 2008 to 2012.
The question to the Minister posed in November were as follows:
-Will the Secretary please advise where high crime is amongst the Somali population in Denmark, both compared to other immigrant groups and in relation to the Danes?
Question was asked at the invitation of DF’eren Martin Henriksen, and he is surprised by the figures.
-It is very aggressive [high]. It is thought-provoking that the figures for Somali nationals are so high. When you look at how large the group of asylum seekers from Somalia are, then it does not bring it especially into a bright future, says Danish people’s Party’s Immigration spokesman, and adds:
-It is showing that it is deeply problematic to have immigration from Somalia. That is what we should be thinking into the immigration policy.
Martin Henriksen makes no bones that it was particularly the so-called Gullestrup-case, where a young Somali raped a 10-year-old girl, which prompted him to ask the question.
Danish people’s Party will use the answer politically. Martin Henriksen is hoping that the answer from the Minister can kick new life into the integration debate and, in the longer term, help to tighten the requirements of immigration into Denmark.
-If you care about, that people should not be exposed to crime, then it is also pertinent to look at whether there are certain population groups, which greatly contribute to crime statistics. And if it is, it is natural to adjust a reduction for that section of immigrants, says Martin Henriksen.
He warns, however, not to discriminate against an entire population. Quite the contrary.
-I believe that a tight immigration policy is good for the well-integrated immigrants regardless of what background they have. So they do not run the risk that people look askance at them because their population is over-represented in crime statistics, reads the argument from Henriksen.
Last weekend a 15-year-old boy with a Somali background was taken into custody in a rape trial at Vollsmose. He is charged with having raped a young woman in Vollsmose in Odense on Friday night.
Sweden’s rape wave has been exported to Denmark. And like the Swedes, the Danes have been kept in the dark about the Trojan Pig in their midst: Muslim immigrants.
The Swedish extreme left-wing media is infamous for pixelating the complexion and hair of foreign criminals and lying about their origin, hiding their identities and names. The media goes out of their way to hide statistics on the horrendous reality of rape and violent crimes in Sweden, a sole contribution by its immigrants and especially Muslim immigrants. Muslim immigrants have made Sweden number 2 in the world. Meaning, the second largest rape nation on earth – after Nigeria.
The socialist libtard government and the media that refuses to educate the public about the realities of Islam and Muslim “culture” are complicit in all these crimes, and by doing nothing to protect the women and children in the country they themselves are criminals.
Hijacked leftist media: Swedish socialist libtard media Aftonbladet published a description of the perpetrator (on the left in a black and white cutout) with the profile of a Swedish man. On the right is the real perpetrator.
Lamin Abdikarim Ali (earlier known as Jassin Abdikarim Mahamud) is probably one of the least suitable immigrants to Sweden. Charged with fraud in 2003, knife assault, theft and rape in 2004, robbery in 2007 its amazing Swedish authorities are not jailed for public endangerment. The man had already participated in the extremely violent gang-rape of two young Swedish women (seen below) after being investigated for another rape in 2011 of a 84-year-old woman, and was released.
Linda and Jenny, two Swedish teenagers in Gothenburg, were heading into town when a group of Somali men were walking on the same side of the street. They chatted to the girls and asked if they could walk along as they were heading in the same direction. The girls, having no authority over the public roads of Sweden, although surprised said it was fine.
When they group passed through a passage leading to a park, heavily concealed by fog, the demeanor of the Muslims suddenly changed and they attacked the girls, pulled them to the ground, kicked and beat them with pipes until they passed out. When they finally came to senses they noticed that the men tried to pull their jeans off, and when they screamed in protest they were met with beatings. The girls were then gang raped.
How can any sane government, media, and ministers protect the identity and safety of anyone committing a crime like this? The Swedish media and government are fully and legally complicit in the crimes committed against the women by immigrants.
BEIJING Mon Dec 16, 2013 4:50am EST
(Reuters) – Chinese police shot and killed 14 people during a riot near the old Silk Road city of Kashgar in which two policemen were also killed, the local government said on Monday, the latest unrest in a region that has a substantial Muslim population.
China has previously called some of the violence in the far western region of Xinjiang the work of Islamist militants plotting holy war.
Describing the incident which happened late on Sunday, Hua Chunying, a spokeswoman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stopped short of directly blaming Islamist militants but said a “violent terror gang” attacked police with explosives.
“It once again showed the true face of violent terror. It should be condemned by all people who love peace and stability,” she told a daily news briefing. “This conspiracy does not enjoy popular support and is doomed to failure.”
The regional government said police were attacked by a mob throwing explosive devices and wielding knives when they went to arrest “criminal suspects” in a village near Kashgar.
The Turkistan Islamic Party claimed responsibility of attacks in 2011 in the same region.
“Police responded decisively,” the government said in a brief statement, adding that two people had been detained and that an investigation had been launched.
The official Xinhua news agency said in an English-language report that “terrorists” were responsible. It did not elaborate.
A police officer reached by Reuters in the county where the incident occurred, called Shufu county in Chinese, said it was “not convenient” to provide any additional information.
In a similar outburst of violence, at least nine civilians and two policemen were killed when a group of people armed with axes and knives attacked a police station also near Kashgar last month, state media has said.
Rights groups and exiles say police often use often heavy-handed tactics against the Muslim Uighur community, which calls Xinjiang home. Violence has broken out previously when groups of Uighurs protest at police stations, they say.
China has stepped up security in Xinjiang after a vehicle ploughed into tourists on the edge of Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in October, killing the three people in the car and two bystanders.
China said the attack was carried out by Islamist militants, and has reacted angrily to suggestions that it was because of frustration and anger over government repression of Muslims in Xinjiang.
Many of Xinjiang’s Turkic-speaking, Muslim people chafe at restrictions on their culture, language and religion, although the government insists it grants them broad freedoms.
Xinjiang has been the scene of numerous incidents of unrest in recent years, which the government often blames on the separatist East Turkestan Islamic Movement, even though many experts and rights groups cast doubt on its existence as a cohesive group.
Many rights groups say China has long overplayed the threat posed to justify its tough controls in energy-rich Xinjiang, which lies strategically on the borders of Central Asia, India and Pakistan.
(Reporting by Ben Blanchard; Additional reporting by Megha Rajagopalan; Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan)