Allah is having a two-for-one special.
(ABNA) – Recently, one of the ISIL muftis in Sudan, with distorting the narrations of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), has tried to induce young Sudanese to join terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria.
To encourage his audience he distributed Hoor Al-ayn (heavenly women) among them and said: “Whoever to be killed at the hands of the heretics will receive 72 virgin Hoor Al-ayn in janat (heaven) and they can intercede for 70 members of their families on the Day of Judgment.
He continued: “But, whoever to be killed at the hands of Americans will receive 144 virgin Hoor Al-ayn in janat and they are able to intercede for 140 members of their families.
It was not enough for him, so he falsely added another narrative and said: “Our prophet allowed us to kill children and women of infidels”!
Locals are cooperating with law enforcement and are not cowering in place. Update to earlier post.
Via Morning Call
State police said Eric Frein, accused of killing one trooper and injuring another, had planned the rampage “extensively for months, maybe years,” and authorities have every indication that he is somewhere in a densely wooded area in northern Monroe County where the search has intensified this weekend.
Authorities have found several abandoned items including an AK-47-style rifle and magazines in recent days.
“There’s no doubt we are pushing him hard,” Lt. Col. George Bivens, deputy commissioner of operations, said during a news conference underway now. “He is losing items.”[...]
He said the search is primarily focused on the Monroe and Pike County border, close to where Frein lived with his parents in Barrett Township. He said there has been no exchange of gunfire so far.
Bivens said authorities have received hundreds of helpful tips over the last nine days and urged hunters who have trail cameras to review the video and report anything suspicious over the last few months. Authorities believe Frein hid items in the woods he knows so well. He also asked people to report any bunkers and shelters they know about.
He suggested that, with archery season nearing, that bowhunters stay out of the woods where authorities are searching, and that residents use caution when moving about.
Today is the “People’s Climate March”, supposedly going off in 1000+ locations all over the world to bring the world’s attention to the dangers of Climate Change.
As we reported yesterday, they are assembling in 6 main groups in NYC, some with fun names like “The Science is Settled”, “We Have The Solutions” and We Know Who Is Responsible”(let me spoil it for you, rush to the ending-the capitalists did it!). Some of the groups marching? SEIU, CAIR and Democratic Socialists. Sounds like scientists, right?
— Kay (@kmcnulty) September 21, 2014
We’ll be trying to cover it throughout the day and post fun things for your enjoyment.
Traditional leftist dreck, next four pics via Oliver D’Arcy at The Blaze:
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) September 21, 2014
This guy is selling a socialist newspaper to climate march attendees for $1.00. pic.twitter.com/1ALuxRy5wY
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) September 21, 2014
Hypocrites on parade…
— C (@chelsea_elisa) September 21, 2014
This one may take the prize:
— Phineas Fahrquar (@irishspy) September 21, 2014
— Kay (@kmcnulty) September 21, 2014
See more below the fold.
Which coincidentally happens to be Iran’s official policy.
NEW YORK — Destroying the Islamic State will require Israel leaving Palestine, Iran’s deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi said on Friday.
Speaking before the United Nations Security Council at a meeting on the crisis in Iraq, Araghchi said that Israel’s actions in Gaza can “only be called genocide,” and said that such actions were a rallying cry for Islamic State.
The group’s demise must thus be tied to “an end to the Israeli occupation of Arab lands,” he said.
US Secretary of State John Kerry chaired the four-hour meeting, and was present for the Iranian minister’s comments.
Araghchi said that his government was in agreement with Western powers on the insidious nature of Islamic State, an extremist organization seeking a caliphate through Iraq and the Levant: “we couldn’t agree more that ISIL [Islamic State] is neither Islamic, nor a state,” he said.
Hack opportunist would be better description.
Matt Yglesias at Vox reports on an interesting development out of an all-female panel of Democratic luminaries on Thursday: Hillary Clinton kept using feminism to frame her arguments, particularly when talking about the concerns of working class women. [...]
But, as Yglesias writes, this distinction between “social” issues and “economic” issues is a false one, always has been. Reproductive rights, for instance, are inseparable from economic considerations. Same goes, perhaps obviously, for pay equality. Clinton’s remarks suggest that the Democrats are moving towards a more holistic understanding of feminism, seeing that it is more than just a handful of “women’s issues” (with a side dose of corporate leaders extolling us to lean in) and instead using a feminist “take” on nearly all issues, like workers’ rights and the minimum wage.
To be clear, Clinton is not re-inventing the definition of feminism. Feminist academics have been on this for a long time, wedding feminism to race and class. But Clinton’s remarks show how Democrats are beginning to move that sort of thinking out of women’s studies seminars and turning it into a potent political strategy, reinforcing the notion that the traditional liberal agenda is particularly important to women.
US Ambassador To UN Samantha Power Says U.S. Has Support Of 40 Countries In ISIS Fight, But Refuses To Name Them
Such ridiculous liars.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations said Sunday that the American-led effort to destroy the terror group Islamic State has support from more than 40 countries, but declined to name them or the extent of their support.
“It’s up to the individual country,” Ambassador Samantha Power told ABC’s “This Week.”
France last week joined the United States in airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Iraq, and Saudi Arabia has offered to help train moderate anti-Islamic State group fighters.
However, what remains unclear is whether Turkey and such Arab States as Egypt and Qatar will join in the airstrikes, also pending in Syria, or send combat troops in join Iraqi forces in the fight against Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL.
Obama Budget Chief: If You Don’t Believe In Global Warming “You’re A Member Of The Flat Earth Society”…
You know what else is “settled science?” . . . libs are pompous assh*les.
Via CNS News:
Shawn Donovan (sic), director of the Office of Management and Budget, said on Friday that if you don’t believe in climate change and support federal spending to fight it, you believe the earth is flat.
“The failure to invest in climate solutions and climate preparedness doesn’t get you membership in a fiscal conservatives caucus,” Donovan said at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. “It makes you a member of the Flat Earth Society.”
Donovan, who formerly ran the Department of Housing and Urban Development under President Barack Obama, is now in charge of the arm of the executive branch that oversees the federal budget and a range of other executive branch functions, including oversight of federal regulations and congressional legislation.
Via Daily Caller:
The man who jumped the White House railing Sept. 19 deserves the right to live in President Barack Obama’s home, just as the president is allowing hundreds of thousands of border-jumping Central Americans to live in Americans’ homeland, says a new tongue-in-cheek petition posted at the White House website.
“We urge President Obama to immediately and publicly recognize that Mr. Omar J. Gonzalez, an oppressed migrant, was merely looking for a better life when he entered the White House after going over the classist, divisive and needless fence,” says the petition, which was authored by D.A. King, founder of the Georgia-based Dustin Inman Society, which advocates for actual enforcement of immigration law.
An oldie but goodie.
OKLAHOMA CITY – The “Oklahoma Muslims Against ISIS Rally” in Oklahoma City was well-attended and largely well-received by passing motorists on Friday afternoon, as local Muslims and their allies held signs saying everything from “ISLAM IS PEACE” to “MUSLIMS (heart) OKC.”
But the majority of signs held by the pro-peace crowd at Northwest Expressway and Pennsylvania Avenue by Penn Square Mall, were to drive the point home that terrorist group ISIS is not a representation of Islam, as some held the sign saying “ISIS DOES NOT REPRESENT ME!”
The rally was largely led by CAIR-OK and their executive director Adam Soltani and Imam Imad Enchassi. Both have spoken out against Republican legislator John Bennett of Sallisaw, who recently made very bigoted and inflammatory remarks against Muslim Americans and has since refused to back down or apologize for his hurtful, hateful statements.
They thought he was trying to warn other people they wanted to shoot. Poor little Antonio had no gang ties, but that didn’t matter.
Gang members in Chicago’s South Side shot a 9-year-old boy out walking in his neighborhood last month because they thought he was trying to warn rival gangbangers about their whereabouts, police said.
The four men — Jabari Williams, 22, Michael D. Baker, Paris Denard and Derrick Allmon, all 19 — were out looking to shoot rival gangsters on Aug. 20 when they encountered 9-year-old Antonio Smith Jr. in a yard near his Grand Crossing home, police said, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Allmon, who was armed and stalking two rivals, thought the boy was yelling out to warn his targets when he cut down the boy in a hail of bullets and left him lying next to a concrete slab in the back of a stranger’s yard on E. 71 St., police said.
Police found the third-grader’s bloodied body a short time later and rushed him to a local children’s hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
After a monthlong investigation, cops caught up to the killer and his accomplices last week.
Desmond Tutu continues to milk his role in the anti-apartheid for all its worth.
Via Raw Story:
Desmond Tutu, the Nobel peace prize winner and activist, has called for an international campaign to boycott mining companies, oil corporations and other businesses involved in the trade of fossil fuels. Writing exclusively in the Observer prior to this week’s UN climate summit in New York, Tutu says the same approach that was taken by the 1980s anti-apartheid campaign, of which he was a leader, should now be adopted in the battle to halt global warming.
“The most devastating effects of climate change – deadly storms, heat waves, droughts, rising food prices and the advent of climate refugees – are being visited on the world’s poor,” he states. “Those who have no involvement in creating the problem are the most affected, while those with the capacity to arrest the slide dither. Africans, who emit far less carbon than the people of any other continent, will pay the steepest price. It is a deep injustice.”
In his Observer article, Tutu urges world leaders including President Barack Obama to take a strong lead in setting up carbon emission curbs. However, he also proposes the launching of a populist campaign that would mirror the anti-apartheid campaigns, which argued that firms which conducted business with apartheid South Africa were aiding and abetting an immoral system. The businesses were targeted and their goods were boycotted.
Now Tutu wants to repeat this process for global warming. “Nobody should profit from the rising temperatures, seas and human suffering caused by the burning of fossil fuels,” he states. “We can boycott events, sports teams and media programming sponsored by fossil fuel companies; demand that their advertisements carry health warnings; organise car-free days and other platforms to build broader societal awareness.”
College Student Forced To Remove American Flag From Balcony Because ‘Foreign People Could Find It Offensive’
A San Diego State University sophomore was forced to remove an American flag from his balcony after apartment managers said foreigners could find the display offensive.
Brad Smith, who had just moved into the Boulevard 63 apartment complex in San Diego last month, told ABC 10 News that he received a written notice to remove the flag a few days ago.
“We were then told that it was for political reasons and that the flag could offend foreign people that live here, foreign exchange students,” Smith said. “I’ve had friends and family fight to defend that flag.”
While Smith’s lease agreement with the apartment’s management does have a clause that says “no signs or other personal property may be kept outside the premises,” attorney Christian Curry told ABC. that the clause comes close to infringing on First Amendment rights.
“Clearly, they want to keep it clean and that’s something they want to accomplish,” Curry said. “It’s a compelling reason, but it’s hardly a reason that’s going to overcome your free speech.”
Management initially told ABC that anyone who hangs a flag would be asked to take it down; however, it looks like the management capitulated after the media highlighted the story. An associate of the owners of the apartment complex told ABC there was a “misunderstanding,” and that the flag would be allowed to fly.
Just wanted to give an update to this case,since we were all sort of left hanging on Friday after reports of shots fired. They apparently thought they had him cornered then, but no such luck.
Via NY Post:
Pennsylvania police locked down a neighborhood and fanned out with heavy rifles to corner a cop-hating sharpshooter accused of killing a state trooper in the Poconos, sources said.
Cops shut down roads and told residents to stay in their homes as the manhunt for Eric Matthew Frein, 31, intensified in Barrett Township on Saturday.
“They would not let us turn around to go a quarter-mile back to our house . . . I’m hoping that sooner or later [Frein] just says, ‘I give up. You win,’ ” said Canadensis resident Richard Barry, who couldn’t get to work due to the roadblock.
Frein, a self-styled survivalist, is charged with gunning down Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounding Trooper Alex Douglass during a shift change at a Pennsylvania State Police barracks Sept. 12.
FBI agents wearing tactical gear rushed to the scene on Saturday morning after dozens of police in bulletproof vests surrounded the home of Frein’s parents, where he was believed to be hiding.
Two shots were fired at around 6:40 p.m. on Friday, a Monroe County 911 dispatcher said, but no injuries were reported, and no further details released.
About 20 people who couldn’t get back to their houses found refuge at nearby firehouse and were allowed to return to their homes on Saturday morning.“Due to the violent nature of his crimes, extreme precautionary measures are being taken,” she said.
Absolute gold, Elly Maye! Of course, there are many other reasons. My suggestion? Make it a video series…
HT: Anne Lieberman
How’s that whole agreement working out?
Syria, which had claimed to have destroyed all of its chemical weapons production facilities, has revealed a previously undeclared research and development facility and a ricin-producing laboratory.
Reuters reports that, according to diplomatic sources, Syria detailed three new facilities to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) as part of an ongoing review of the government’s chemical arsenal.
The new disclosures lend support to accusations in recent months from some Western governments that Syria had not been upfront in its previous declarations regarding dismantling of its chemical weapons facilities.
The government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad agreed last year to eliminate its entire chemical weapons program after a sarin attack on Aug. 21, 2013 killed hundreds of people in Ghouta, a neighborhood in Damascus. Syria has never declared it had any sarin, and blamed the attack on rebels.
Under the agreement between Damascus, Washington, and Moscow, reached under the threat of U.S. military action, the OPCW oversaw the destruction of 1,300 tons of chemical weapons that Syria declared to the Hague-based body.