(UK) The latest poll by ICM in the UK reveals some disturbing facets regards the mindset of Muslims living in the UK.Based on research carried on more than 3,000 people found that:
Friday, December 2, 2016
Thursday, December 1, 2016
Germany:Syrian teen who screamed she was thrown off a tram for wearing a HIjab, caught out as a liar.
(Berlin) On Tuesday a 14 year old Syrian teen made a complaint to the police that she was thrown off a tram in Berlin because the driver objected to her headcovering by airing his 'Islamophoiba' over the tram tannoy system that he wasn't going to move off with her on board. As this is the West where Muslims can only be seen as victims this was quickly picked up by the Media:
The Berlin Transport Company (BVG), which promotes itself as young, hip and liberal, told Tagesspiegel it was looking into the incident. Examination of the relevant CCTV footage would last until Thursday, Well its Thursday (well it was when I typed this out) and here is what the company has to say. That after reviewing video footage, they believe that the driver asked her to leave the tram because she was eating a Döner kebab, something which is against their regulations, the Berliner Morgenpost reports.
“On the video you can see that two girls get onto the tram and then open a Döner kebab, each while the driver apparently announces that they can’t do that,”
I wonder if this youth will have the book thrown at her for lying, because if their had been no video, the driver certainly would have and given more ammo to the ethical latte brigade that Non-Muslims can only be racist. (And I'm some with Brownskin and a Muslim name saying that)
Mind you, the Turkish Pocket Dictator Erdogan...
... has now stated that he sent his troops into Syria in which to topple Assad. Which is strange as he is currently purging the Turkish military of anybody whose face doesn't fit. Moscow has asked the Nazi fan to explain himself:
"It is a very serious statement and one which differs from previous ones and with our understanding of the situation. We hope that our Turkish partners will provide us with some kind of explanation about this."
Prime Minister Abadi announced on November 23 that the Iraqi Army and police would recapture Tel Afar, a primarily Turkmen village west of Mosul and former Al Qaeda hot spot. Shi’a militias, including Iranian-backed proxies, had designated Tel Afar as its initial line of effort, raising international concerns that the militias, many of which are charged with human rights violations, may raise sectarian tensions in the area. PM Abadi’s designation of the ISF to retake Tel Afar relegates the Iraqi Shi’a militias to recapture remaining ISIS-held terrain in western Ninewa, including Baaj, Qayrawan, and Qahtaniya. The move will likely satisfy regional actors such as Turkey, which threatened undefined intervention on October 30 if the militias moved into Tel Afar. Instead, the militia units operating around the Tel Afar airbase moved west along the Sinjar highway, making contact with Peshmerga forces operating in eastern Sinjar District. Simultaneously, militia units advanced from Ain al-Jahush westward to Tel Abtah, from where they will approach Baaj from the south. The 15th Iraqi Army Division will take point for the operation into Tel Afar, where the Shi’a militias would have likely struggled to handle the dense urban terrain without taking on significant casualties.
Operations in Mosul remain concentrated in eastern neighbourhoods as ISF units look to breach the city in other areas. To the south-east of Mosul, the Iraqi Army has nearly completed operations in the Ninewa Plains, positioning additional units to join efforts to clear ISIS. North and south of the city, Iraqi Army and Federal Police units have not yet moved to breach the city limits, respectively. Inside the city, the ISF reported that they gained control of three northern neighbourhoods since November 22, but the ISF has failed to advance in southern neighbourhoods. ISIS continues to use the significant civilian population as a primary line of defence, including attacking from positions within refugee flows, which is slowing the ISF’s advance inside the city.
The Counter Terrorism Service (CTS), operating in eastern Mosul, called for a change in tactic for managing the remaining civilians in eastern Mosul. Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi urged civilians to stay in their homes as the ISF breached Mosul’s city limits in early November, forcing the CTS and Iraqi Army to adopt measures to reduce the risk of civilian casualties. The CTS now is asking for the Iraqi Government to encourage civilians to leave the area, which would allow the CTS to be more aggressive in anti-ISIS operations, including its use of airstrikes. The mass exodus of an estimated 1.5 million civilians from Mosul may overwhelm humanitarian efforts, however, allowing ISIS to take refuge in the refugee flow.
The Iraqi Council of Representatives (CoR) passed a law on November 26 that solidifies the Popular Mobilization, the majority of which are Shi’a militias with a history of sectarian violence, as a permanent security institution in Iraq. The Popular Mobilization Act, passed primarily through the efforts of Shi’a and Kurdish parties, grants qualified Popular Mobilization Units the same rights and financial benefits as members of the Iraqi Security Forces (ISF). Sunni political leaders and parties, however, rejected the law as a serious blow against national reconciliation efforts and called for its reversal. The law’s current language does not address the structure of this new security institution or clarify which Popular Mobilization units, which includes several Sunni units, would be inducted into it. As it stands, the CoR will need to pass successive laws or amendments regarding the Popular Mobilization’s structure, raising a concern that the Shi’a parties’ dominance in the CoR will sway the structure to favor Shi’a militias. The law could benefit Sunnis if it legitimizes the use of local Sunni militias and tribal forces as security forces in majority Sunni provinces, thereby acting as an alternative to the National Guard Law, a key piece of legislation which Sunnis sought as reconciliation efforts but Shi’a parties blocked. National Alliance chairman Ammar al-Hakim and Sadrist Trend leader Muqtada al-Sadr both called for the form of the Popular Mobilization to be non-partisan and inclusive, but sectarian Iranian proxy militias, who already dominate both the PMUs’ leadership and the CoR, are positioned to benefit from the law the most. A legitimized Popular Mobilization will result in a sectarian security force funded by the Iraqi government but responsive to Iranian advisers, which will further alienate Sunnis from the Iraqi Government.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
I've been chewing on for a while now, is that there is a cohort of working-class white voters that voted for me in sizable numbers, but that we've had trouble getting to vote for Democrats in midterm elections. In this election, [they] turned out in huge numbers for Trump. And I think that part of it has to do with our inability, our failure, to reach those voters effectively. Part of it is Fox News in every bar and restaurant in big chunks of the country.
What is it with liberals and their ability to scream 'foul play' when something doesn't go their way?
The Nagrota base, which is home to 1,000 officers and their families, is one of four command centres in Jammu and Kashmir.
Last time Islamic terrorists sneaked across the border from which to attack India, Pakistan was bitch slapped big order by its much bigger neighbour. Yet the death wish ingrained into Islamic DNA has seen yet another terrorist attack carried out by Pakistani sponsored elements. Now, the thing is, both sides are nuclear armed nations, and how long before Pakistan decides to up the ante? Naturally, its Chinese puppet master would be most pleased.