Border patrol find evidence of terrorists entering Europe.
“The occupation is deluded if it thinks that the Palestinian people can change its culture and forget its leaders, Martyrs Yasser Arafat, Khalil Al-Wazir (Abu Jihad), Salah Khalaf, and a great number of the fighters who sacrificed their blood for the freedom, independence, and establishment of the independent Palestinian state whose capital is Jerusalem.”
“Salah Khalaf…was the head of the Black September terrorist organization which carried out the kidnapping and murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich.”
The glorification of jihad murderers will continue.
“Palestinian Authority: Terrorism is part of our culture,” Arutz Sheva, October 30, 2016:
The Palestinian Authority refuses to budge following criticism of its decision to name a school after the mastermind of the 1972 Munich Massacre, according to a report by Palestinian Media Watch.
Facing condemnation from Israeli officials, including Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, for naming a school after Salah Khalaf, who was the head of the Black September terrorist organization which carried out the kidnapping and murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich.
PA official and District Governor of Tulkarem, Issam Abu Bakr, responded to the Israeli condemnation by saying that celebrating terrorists and murderers is part of Palestinian Arab culture.
“The occupation is deluded if it thinks that the Palestinian people can change its culture and forget its leaders, Martyrs Yasser Arafat, Khalil Al-Wazir (Abu Jihad), Salah Khalaf, and a great number of the fighters who sacrificed their blood for the freedom, independence, and establishment of the independent Palestinian state whose capital is Jerusalem.”…
Working toward the conquest and Islamization of Myanmar.
“Pakistan terror outfits propping up Rohingya militants in Bangladesh,” by Sahidul Hasan Khokon, India Today, October 30, 2016:
Rohingya militants, who are trained in Pakistan, have become operational in Bangladesh’s hill track area of Cox’s Bazar’s Teknaf and remote areas of Bandarban. Pakistan based militant outfits Lashkar-e-Taiba,Jamatul Mujahideen and Pakistani Taliban have reportedly given full assistance to the Rohingiya militants. The revelation was cited in leading daily of Bangladesh on Sunday based on a report from Myanmar media.
Leading daily Kaler Kantha, citing intelligent officials, said that Rohingya militants got training in Pakistan in 2012. According to the report, their aim was to create sabotage including covert killings in Bangladesh, India and Myanmar. Most of the Rohingya militants were reportedly recruited from the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar area.
A statement from the office of Myanmar’s President Htin Kyaw blamed the little-known ‘Aqa Mul Mujahidin'(AMM) for the terrorist attack in Myanmar’s north-west province of Rakhain on October 9. In the statement he also said that AMM has good relation with Pakistan and some countries of middle east. Htin Kyaw said, few militant outfits from Pakistan are providing financial support and military training inside Myanmar territory.
Militants carried out attacks on three police check-posts on October 9 in Maungdaw town alongside Myanmar-Bangladesh border and killed 9 policemen. Military Headquarter reported that 26 militants were killed in the counter attack of Myanmar Army.
AMM IS A NEW ARMED GROUP
Citing a senior officials of Indian intelligence, who have closely followed the Rohingya armed militancy for decades, the media said that AMM chief Hafiz Tohar was indeed trained in Pakistan. He said, though AMM is a new armed group but it originated from the Harkat-ul-Jihad Islami-Arakan (HUJI-A) which enjoys close relations with the Pakistan Taliban….
Iraq banned alcohol on October 22. Immediately the vigilante Sharia enforcers began to take enforcement upon themselves.
BASRAH — Following a ban on alcohol in Iraq, a Christian citizen in Basrah province in southern Baghdad was murdered late on Tuesday by two unidentified gunmen apparently for selling alcoholic beverages.
A local source said that the two gunmen riding a motorcycle opened fire at the Christian citizen Nizar Elias Musa, in front of his restaurant in al-Watan street in Basra, adding that the victim had a liquor store as well.
The Iraqi parliament passed a law on October 22 which prohibits the import, production and sale of alcoholic beverages. The law however angered many in the country’s Christian community who rely on the business.
The law imposes a fine of up to 25 million Iraqi dinars ($19,000) for anyone violating the law. But it’s yet unclear how strictly the law would be enforced, and it could be struck down by the supreme court.
The Sunni-Shi’ite jihad murders far more people than “Islamophobia” ever has, but the latter has a far more well-heeled propaganda machine, and thus commands far more of the world’s attention.
“Gunmen kill five Shia Muslims in Karachi,” AFP, October 29, 2016:
Paramilitary soldiers gather at the site of firing incident in Karachi, Pakistan. (AP Photo)
Two gunmen on a motorcycle opened fire on a Shia Muslim gathering in Pakistan’s largest city of Karachi late Saturday, killing five people, police and hospital officials said.
The attack occurred in a congested neighbourhood in the city centre where Shia worshippers were congregating for a religious gathering, a senior police official told AFP.
“Two attackers on a motorbike opened indiscriminate fire on the participants coming for the gathering,” Tayyab Muqaddas Haider said.
The attackers fled the scene after the assault, he added.
Five people including a woman were killed in the attack while another six suffered injuries, Zafar Rajput, a senior official in Karachi’s Abbasi Shaheed hospital said….
The Qur’an teaches that Infidel women can be lawfully taken for sexual use (cf. its allowance for a man to take “captives of the right hand,” 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30). The Qur’an says: “O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves of their outer garments. That is more suitable that they will be known and not be abused. And ever is Allah Forgiving and Merciful.” (33:59) The implication there is that if women do not cover themselves adequately with their outer garments, they may be abused, and that such abuse would be justified.
Welcome to the new Germany. There is much, much more of this to come.
“Gang of 17 migrant men in horror sex attack on two women in church square,” by Simon Osborne and Monika Pallenberg, Express, October 30, 2016:
TWO women were sexually assaulted by up to 17 men, thought to be asylum seekers.
The two women, aged 21 and 29, were in a church square in Freiburg, in south west Germany, when the mob struck.
Men described as African in appearance surrounded the pair then groped their breasts and genitals.
And when an innocent passerby tried to help the women, the gang then attacked him.
Police have arrested three Gambian men, two of whom have had their asylum applications rejected.
A police spokesman said: “The men touched the women inappropriately on their stomachs, chests, and genitals.
“Some of the men also tried to kiss the women. An man who wanted to help the women was physically attacked by the group.”
The traumatised victims managed to struggle free from their attackers and raise the alarm.
Police raced to the scene and made three arrests a short while later.
The suspects, aged 17, 19 and 20, are all Gambian nationals who arrived in Germany between November 2015 and February 2016….
The BBC has been accused of acting recklessly after targeting children as young as six with a programme about a schoolboy who takes sex-change drugs. The row is the latest example of the tax-funded broadcaster abusing its position to mess with the minds and bodies of young children.
Parents are angry that the show, available on the CBBC website, features a transgender storyline inappropriate for their children.
And concerned campaigners said it could ‘sow the seeds of confusion’ in young minds. The programme, Just A Girl, depicts an 11-year-old’s struggle to get hormones that stunt puberty, making it easier to have sex-change surgery in the future.
The BBC has been accused of acting recklessly after targeting children as young as six with a programme about a schoolboy who takes sex-change drugs
One mother, writing on the Mumsnet website, said her daughter had become worried after seeing the video. She said her girl, who likes wearing boys’ clothes and playing football, had ‘asked me, anxiously, if that means she was a boy’.
Tory MP Peter Bone said: ‘It beggars belief that the BBC is making this programme freely available to children as young as six. I entirely share the anger of parents who just want to let children be children.
‘It is completely inappropriate for such material to be on the CBBC website and I shall be writing to BBC bosses to demand they take it down as soon as possible.’
Just A Girl is the fictional video diary of a child who calls herself ‘Amy’ and dresses as a girl. It is hosted on the CBBC website, aimed at children aged between six and 12.
In the half-hour programme, Amy – played by an actress – reveals she was born a boy called Ben but has already started using puberty-halting drugs.
Such hypothalamic blockers provoked a furore two years ago when The Mail on Sunday revealed an NHS clinic was willing to give them to children as young as nine.
Critics cited research claiming that most teenagers confused about their gender never go through with surgery, with many realising they are gay. The BBC row comes amid growing controversy over gender issues, fuelled by a number of high-profile cases. In one, a Christian couple were threatened with having their 14-year-old daughter taken away because they oppose her plans to become a boy.
In another, a seven-year-old boy was ordered to be removed from his mother’s care as ‘she was raising him as female’, causing him ‘a great deal of emotional harm’.
In Just A Girl, Amy says: ‘When I was born, Mum said Dad was so pleased that he had a boy to take to the football. But Mum knew I was different. She realised early on that I was born in the wrong body.’
She adds: ‘My Mum supported me when I did a PowerPoint presentation to my class about transitioning and that I wasn’t going to come to school in boys’ clothes any more, but girls’ clothes. I wasn’t Ben, I was Amy.’
Later Amy is shown telling a friend, Josh – a boy who wants to be recognised as a girl – that she is on hormone blockers, saying it took ‘ages’ to get them after ‘loads of tests and talks at the clinic’. ‘Once they realised I was trans for real, [I] got them,’ she says. In another entry, Amy tells viewers she has developed a crush on a boy called Liam, but confides: ‘Liam thinks I’m just a girl, but I’m not. I’m trans. And what’s he going to say if he finds out? Stop being my friend? Why? I’m still me, aren’t I?’
Child psychotherapist Dr Dilys Daws said the programme could confuse children. She said that, while it was natural for youngsters to wonder what it would be like to be the opposite sex, the BBC was irresponsible to feature the ‘extreme’ step of gender change for six-year-olds because they were too young to grapple with such issues.
The programme generated hundreds of comments on Mumsnet from furious parents.
One mother, who said her seven-year-old had watched the show, asked: ‘Am I being unreasonable to think this is an inappropriate topic for a young age group?’
Another replied: ‘Don’t think this is remotely suitable for a seven-year-old. To start suggesting that children can be transgender when they’re far too young to actually have a gender is reckless and damaging. A small boy who is told that he can become a girl may take this as meaning that sex changes are possible, that sometime in the future he’ll wake up with a girl’s body.’
Another user added: ‘I don’t think hormone therapy should be normalised any more than 12-year-olds drinking or doing recreational drugs should be normalised.’
Other critics slammed the BBC. Mr Wells, director of the Family Education Trust, said: ‘The more we promote the idea that a boy can be born into a girl’s body and a girl can be born into a boy’s body, and that drugs and surgery can put things right, the more children will become utterly confused. Respecting and preserving a child’s birth sex should be seen as a child protection issue.’
The people running the BBC should be put in the same place as their favourite American politician!