Islamic terrorism

Plot to Bomb Amsterdam Synagogue, Latest Evidence of Unsafe Environment for Jews

It has been revealed that there was a plot to blow up a synagogue in Amsterdam.

A plot to bomb an Amsterdam synagogue, planned by a Muslim terrorist cell based in the Netherlands — revealed on Thursday in leaked intelligence documents obtained by the Dutch daily De Telegraaf — is simply the latest evidence of the “very unsafe environment for Jews in the country,” a political activist told The Algemeiner.

Awi Cohen, a board member of Likud Netherlands — the Dutch arm of the Israeli Prime Minister’s party, with the self-described mission of speaking out for Jewish rights internationally — was responding to the Dutch Criminal Intelligence Agency (TFI) dossier, which describes a “James Bond-like plan” to attack a Jewish house of worship and a bank, discovered when a regular visitor to the Arrayan Mosque in northern Amsterdam was identified as a member of the group devising the strikes.   Read more »

Is Sting the biggest f*ckwit known to man?

Islamic terrorists screaming “Allahu akbar” murdered 89 people in the Bataclan theater last November.

Now Sting, reopening the place, sings “Inshallah,” calling it “a magnificent word.”

Almost exactly one year to the night that ISIS-affiliated terrorists attacked the Bataclan, killing 89 people, Sting reopened the Parisian concert hall that he first played decades ago during the early days of the Police.

The singer, who asked for a moment of silence in fluent French, told the crowd, “In re-opening the Bataclan, we have two important tasks to reconcile. First, to remember and honor those who lost their lives in the attack a year ago, and second to celebrate the life and the music that this historic theater represents. In doing so we hope to respect the memory as well as the life-affirming spirit of those who fell. We shall not forget them.”

The venue’s VIP area was reserved for survivors and the families of those who were killed there on Nov. 13, 2015.   Read more »

No surprise that it wasn’t Billy-bob the red neck from Arkansas, it was Ahmed the still alive terrorist

Gee, what a surprise:

The New York Police Department says it is looking for a 28-year-old man for questioning in the New York City bombing.

The NYPD tweeted Monday morning (US time) that authorities were seeking Ahmad Khan Rahami.

He is a naturalised citizen from Afghanistan.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says he could be armed and dangerous.

An explosion in Manhattan on Saturday injured 29 people.   Read more »

Terrorism…coming to a country nearby real soon

We should be concerned. If only politicians treated terrorism as seriously as climate change.

The Islamic State has issued a vicious and detailed call to “lone wolf” followers to stab, shoot, poison and run over Australians at iconic attractions including Bondi Beach and the MCG.

The latest exhortation from the terrorist group follows the death in Syria of convicted Australian terrorist Ezzit Raad, who was jailed in connection with the 2005 plot to blow up the MCG and features as the latest jihadist poster boy in a new magazine.

In its first edition of Rumiyah published overnight, the terrorist group calls for lone wolf attacks in Australia in a manner of detail not seen before in the group’s publications.

“Light the ground beneath them aflame and scorch them with terror,” it states, painting the attacks as the way to avenge the death of Raad.

“Kill them on the streets of Brunswick, Broadmeadows, Bankstown, and Bondi. Kill them at the MCG, the SCG, the Opera House, and even in their backyards.

“Stab them, shoot them, poison them, and run them down with your vehicles. Kill them wherever you find them until the hollowness of their arrogance is filled with terror and they find themselves on their knees with their backs broken under the weight of regret for having waged a war against the believers, and by Allah’s will, and then through your sacrifices, this Ummah will be victorious.”

Many experts and government officials have warned that as IS loses territory in Iraq and Syria, it will lash out globally through attacks on western countries.

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Germany’s government is in denial but its actions speak louder than words

The German government will not admit that they are at war with Islamic terrorism and face civil war between their native German population and the millions of Muslim migrants that continue to pour unchecked into their country. Unlike traditional war they do not know how to declare war on the enemy when the enemy is already part of their population. Traditional war is nice and tidy. That country over there is the threat and our guys will fight them. Germany is in the terrible position of not knowing which German citizens are loyal to Germany and which are not. Not all Muslims are terrorists but for every single Muslim terrorist, there is a family and a community that chose to help them or to look the other way and not alert the authorities.

Despite the denial that Germany is at war, the below article contains several references to war which I have highlighted in bold. They avoid using the word war just as the MSM call terrorists lone wolves or mentally unstable. In the article, war is instead referred to as an attack or a catastrophe and they avoid saying army or soldiers preferring the terms, security forces, and special unit.

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They are desperate for a motive, any motive except jihad

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The terrorist attack at the gay Pulse nightclub in Orlando should be out of the news by now since yet another terrorist attack has happened in France. The media though, like a dog with a bone, are desperate to find a motive for the slaughter; any motive just as long as it is not jihad.  The latest ridiculous suggestion will have you scratching your head. Desperate to ignore the facts, they are suggesting his steroid use may have had something to do with it.

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The New York Times are dancing on the head of a pin about terrorism in France

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First, let’s look at the facts:

  • It was not a man named Bruce who, in an act of terrorism, mowed down women and children at a family celebration in France. It was a man named Mohamed.
  • It was not the first ISIS-inspired terrorist attack in France nor will it be the last.
  • All the terrorist attacks in France this decade have been committed by radicalised Muslim jihadis. Every single one.
  •  France is not the only European country to experience a terrorist attack committed by a radicalised Muslim jihadi.

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Dopey “journalist” cuddles up to a terrorist’s family

So he’s tried to go join ISIL, he’s threatened a Muslim leader who was assaulted, he’s held a knife to the neck of a motorist and he’s threatened a security guard.

Now a journalist and his family are trying to convince us this man should not go to prison.

The father of Imran Patel, the 26-year-old Aucklander convicted for distributing extremist videos, tells Yasmine Ryan he fears that jail risks turning a silly boy into a serious threat.

When Imran Patel shouted, “Tell John Key to stop being a slave to America, and to get out of Iraq. Allahu akbar!” after being sentenced last Thursday, the courtroom fell silent. It was a frightening moment, but also a tragic one. This was, without a doubt, a defining moment in his life’s trajectory.

For his distraught parents, it might well be the moment they lost their son, in both a physical and a spiritual sense. “That’s what you get!” his father shouted to the courtroom, shaking his head as he and his wife walked out in frustration.

They had been hoping for a sentence of home detention, he says, to allow leaders of the Muslim community to try to talk to Imran. Other members of the community confirmed that there is wide concern in the community for Imran Patel’s hardline, potentially dangerous, views.

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NZDF committed for another 18 months. That’s a lot of “training” then

Good, we need to stay on mission and continue training Iraqi troops so they can go put the bad wogs from Daesh in deep holes in the ground.

Kiwi troops will be extending their mission in Iraq by 18 months and will also be leaving their base for another on occasion, the Defence Minister has announced.

Prime Minister John Key, Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee and Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully made the announcement at the post-Cabinet news conference on Monday afternoon.

Among the changes, it was announced a small number of around six or eight at a time will travel “for short periods” to Besmaya — another secure training location 52km southeast of the existing joint New Zealand-Australia base.

“At Besmaya our troops will ensure a smooth handover of the Iraqi soldiers they’ve been training at Taji to other coalition trainers, who will be teaching them to use heavy weapons,” Mr Brownlee says.   Read more »

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Sorry John but you are wrong

John Key has blamed Orlando’s killings on a lack of gun control. He’s completely and utterly wrong and buying into the lies being promulgated by Hillary Clinton about FBI watch lists.

Prime Minister John Key says the United States should be asking itself tough questions about gun control after the Orlando shootings rather than leaping into anti-Muslim rhetoric.

Mr Key said he hoped anti-Muslim comments such as those by presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump would not escalate the situation.

“This is the time for the United States to ask itself difficult questions about why there are so many attacks of this nature using weapons.

That’s been a longstanding debate about gun control and the proliferation of guns in the United States, and you certainly wouldn’t want to turn it into an issue about people’s religion or ethnic beliefs.”

Mr Key was not surprised Mr Trump had made comments about Islamic radicalism, saying it had been a big part of Mr Trump’s campaign.

“I don’t think any of us should be very surprised he’s beating that drum today.”

Mr Trump has been criticised for saying he did not want congratulations for being proved right in predicting there would be more such attacks and called for a ban on travel to the US by people from any country that had been implicated in previous attacks on the US.

Mr Key said it was not for him to critique the campaigns.

“This is the biggest attack we’ve seen for some period of time [but] there has been an ongoing series of people mis-using weapons and of these kind of attacks in the United States.”

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