Welcome to Year 2013!
Wherever in the Western world you find large groups of Muslims, you also find a correspondingly large amount of gang rape with Muslims the perpetrators and native white girls the victims.
Reports about “Asian” rape gangs appear almost every day in the British press, yet almost all media outlets and politicians are strangely reluctant to discuss the fact that most of these vile crimes are committed by Muslim immigrants and their descendants.
After the reporting of the Muslim gang rape epidemic in Australia, it fell to Sydney-based Sheik Taj Din al-Hilali, Australia’s senior Muslim cleric, to state what has since become painfully obvious to those who truly understand the sheer horror of Muslim attitudes toward non-Muslim women:
“If you take out uncovered meat and place it outside on the street, or in the garden or in the park, or in the backyard without a cover, and the cats come and eat it… whose fault is it, the cats or the uncovered meat? The uncovered meat is the problem… if she was in her room, in her home, in her hijab, no problem would have occurred.”
Food for Thought by Steven Shamrak
Turkey Lifts Veto on NATO Cooperation with Israel
Turkey, a member of the NATO, has agreed to lift
its veto on non-military cooperation between the alliance and Israel. Ankara
cut ties with the Jewish state in May of 2010, after Israeli naval commandos
boarded the Mavi Marmara flotilla, filled with pro-Palestinian terrorist
is time for
Please Quit, We Can't Wait
Yisrael Beiteinu head Avigdor Lieberman, until recently the Foreign Minister, reacted with joy on Friday as PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas threatened to quit and disband the Palestinian Authority if Israel does not renew talks after January poll. Abbas has refused to negotiate in absence of several Israeli concessions, including a complete freeze on construction east of the 1949 armistice line.
Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal instructed the terror group's sleeper cells in the West Bank to prepare themselves for armed struggle to take control of the West Bank, Judea and Samaria. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu had been warned by Israeli intelligence services of Hamas's possible usurpation of power.
School Security in Israel
Americans could learn a lot from the Jewish state. In Israel threats of terrorist strikes in crowded locations including schools, takes an all-of-the-above approach to safety in the classroom. Fences, metal detectors and armed private guards are part of a strategy overseen by the country’s national police. And the idea of armed teachers in the classroom, which stirred much controversy in the wake of the US attack, has long been in practice in Israel, though a minority carry weapons today. (Armed guards at restaurants, stations, shops, and shops are an ugly reality, imposed on Israel by the ‘peace process’.)
The positive atmosphere that prevailed between Fatah and Hamas following Operation Pillar of Defence and the UN vote in favor of upgrading the Palestinians’ status appeared to have ended on Thursday, as the two rival parties resumed their verbal attacks on each other. The new crisis erupted after Fatah announced the cancellation of celebrations in the Gaza Strip that were scheduled for the end of this month to mark the 48th anniversary of its founding.
The statistics, published by the U.S. Air Force and published by Wired's Danger Room blog, show that there were 333 drone strikes in Afghanistan in 2012 alone, up from 294 in the previous year and 278 in 2010. (As soon as Israel started operation against Hamas in response to over 800 rockets fired from Gaza in 2012 the international bigots exerted pressure on Israel to end it after just 8 days. They are the same Islamic terrorists, different international attitude!)
Quote(s) of the Week:
“A religion is what its followers make it, and Muslims opting for violence have chosen to paint their faith as one that is prone to anger. Frustration with their inability to succeed in the competition between nations also has led some Muslims to seek symbolic victories.” - Husain Haqqani, Pakistan's former ambassador to the US.
The court, in a unanimous vote, ruled as expected and gave the Balad party’s list of candidates a green light, despite MK Hanin Zoabi’s having been on board the Mavi Marmara boat nearly three years ago when its IHH terrorists clubbed and knifed Israeli commandos.
Arab human rights group based in
In Arab-Israeli conflicts since 1950 there have been 51,000 fatalities - include 32,000 deaths due to Arab state attacks and 19,000 due to so-called Palestinian attacks. Arabs make up approximately 35,000 of these dead and Jewish Israelis make up 16,000. Over 50% of all UN resolutions are dedicated to Arab-Israel conflicts, mainly condemning Israel! There have been other conflicts since 1950 with the number of people killed listed below:
40,000,000 Red China, 1949-76
10,000,000 Soviet Bloc: late Stalinism, 1950-53
4,000,000 Ethiopia, 1962-92
3,800,000 Zaire (Congo-Kinshasa): 1967-68; 1977-78; 1992-95; 1998-present
1,900,000 Sudan, 1955-72; 1983-2006 (civil wars, genocides)
1,800,000 Afghanistan: Soviet and Taliban 1980-2001
1,250,000 West Pakistan massacres in East Pakistan (Bangladesh 1971)
1,100,000 Nigeria, 1966-79 (Biafra); 1993-present
1,100,000 Mozambique, 1964-70 (30,000) & after retreat of Portugal 1976-92
1,000,000 Iran-Iraq-War, 1980-88
900,000 Rwanda genocide, 1994
875,000 Algeria: against France 1954-62 (675,000); between Islamists and the government 1991-2006 (200,000)
850,000 Uganda, 1971-79; 1981-85; 1994-present
650,000 Indonesia: Marxists 1965-66 (450,000); East Timor, Papua, Aceh etc, 1969-present (200,000)
580,000 Angola: war against Portugal 1961-72 (80,000) and after Portugal's retreat 1972-2002
500,000 Brazil against its Indians, up to 1999
400,000 Burundi, 1959-present (Tutsi/Hutu)
400,000 Somalia, 1991-present
400,000 North Korea up to 2006 (own people)
300,000 Kurds in Iraq, Iran, Turkey, 1980s-1990s
300,000 Iraq, 1970-2003 (Saddam against minorities)
140,000 Russia against Chechnya, 1994-present
50,000 Tajikistan, 1992-96 (secularists against Islamists)
26,000 India, Kashmir independence, 1989-present
25,000 Jordan vs. Palestinians, 1970-71 (Black September)