Sunday, January 31, 2016

The Hijrah - EU leaders are complicit

'No link' between migrant crisis and wave of New Year sex attacks by Arab and North African men on women in Cologne, say EU leaders 
There is 'no link' between the migrant crisis and the wave of sex attacks in Cologne during New Year celebrations, EU officials believe.

The European Commission wants to remove 'false associations' between the increasing number of some criminal acts and the arrival of migrants, documents show.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

200 Jews Evicted From Hebron

Cave of the Patriarchs
200 Jews Evicted From Hebron - Breaking Israel News
"“In Hebron there is absolutely no possibility for Jews to develop the community due to racist reasons,” said the Hebron spokesperson in response to Ya’alon. “Then when Jews succeed in buying a home, they throw them out like dogs. Unfortunately, that’s the bitter truth.”"

Some day:


17 “But Jerusalem will become a refuge for those who escape;
    it will be a holy place.
And the people of Israel will come back
    to reclaim their inheritance.
18 The people of Israel will be a raging fire,
    and Edom a field of dry stubble.
The descendants of Joseph will be a flame
    roaring across the field, devouring everything.
There will be no survivors in Edom.
    I, the Lord, have spoken!

19 “Then my people living in the Negev
    will occupy the mountains of Edom.
Those living in the foothills of Judah
    will possess the Philistine plains
    and take over the fields of Ephraim and Samaria.
And the people of Benjamin
    will occupy the land of Gilead.
20 The exiles of Israel will return to their land
    and occupy the Phoenician coast as far north as Zarephath.
The captives from Jerusalem exiled in the north
    will return home and resettle the towns of the Negev.
21 Those who have been rescued will go up to Mount Zion in Jerusalem
    to rule over the mountains of Edom.
And the Lord himself will be king!”

Friday, January 15, 2016

Hungarian Paper Slams Merkel: ‘No Bastards On Earth More Abominable Than Liberal Pigs Digging Europe’s Grave’ - Breitbart

Hungarian Paper Slams Merkel: ‘No Bastards On Earth More Abominable Than Liberal Pigs Digging Europe’s Grave’
East European political leaders and their media allies have attacked ‘politically correct’ Germans in the wake of the New Year’s Eve migrant sex assaults in Cologne and other cities, labelling the assailants “nothing but hyenas”.

Monday, January 11, 2016

Angela Merkel says Germany has lost control of the refugee crisis amid public anger over Cologne sex attacks | National Post


Angela Merkel says Germany has lost control of the refugee crisis amid public anger over Cologne sex attacks
"Germany has lost control?" More like Merkel gave over control to the Islamists!

Calgary bouncer recounts early morning shooting at downtown nightclub | Calgary Herald

Calgary bouncer recounts early morning shooting at downtown nightclub | Calgary Herald: "Police have charged both Mohamed Elmi, 31, and Mohamed Salad, 29, with attempted murder in relation to the shooting."

Calgary shooting carried out by Mohamed and Mohamed. I wonder if this shooting will be pursued as a hate crime, or does Muslim on 'infidel' violence not count?

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Only Ten Percent of Migrant Influx Has Reached Us So Far, Says German Minister

Only Ten Percent of Migrant Influx Has Reached Us So Far, Says German Minister:
Gerd Müller said only 10 per cent of Syrian and Iraqi migrants have reached Europe so far and “eight to ten million are still on the way”, with even more to come from Africa.

Thursday, January 07, 2016

Suspects in Cologne sex attacks 'claimed to be Syrian refugees' - Telegraph

Merkel has lost her mind!

Suspects in Cologne sex attacks 'claimed to be Syrian refugees' - Telegraph
"Leaked police report claims senior police officers feared fatalities and that one of those involved in attacks told officers: “I am Syrian. You have to treat me kindly. Mrs Merkel invited me"

The outbreak of violence was also far more serious than previously thought, and at one point senior police officers feared “there could have been fatalities”."

Hmmm, who knew taking in 1.1 million sexually suppressed driven, Muslim men in Germany would turn out like this? Ans. everybody but the politicians. I think our politicians have completely lost their minds. My advice: buy a gun if you still can because the government will not protect you.

Wednesday, January 06, 2016

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi threatens Israel

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi threatens Israel
"He also threatened ISIS attacks in Israel, saying the terror network would attempt to establish a stronghold there as well.

"And soon, soon with God's permission, you will hear the footsteps of the mujahedeen".
"We are getting closer to you day by day", said the message."

ISIL's goal in the Levant is to get rid of Israel. You knew ISIL is connected to the end of days somehow, right? Allah hates Israel. The only God has other plans - to defeat Satan/Allah. 2016 should continue to get more interesting. Keep looking up!

Monday, January 04, 2016

Iran Deal Backers Embarrassed By Obama Admin’s Sanctions Blunder

Administration: Still working ‘through remaining issues’
Hassan Rouhani
Hassan Rouhani / AP
A last minute delay last week in the implementation of new Iran sanctions has some prominent congressional backers of the nuclear deal accusing the Obama administration of capitulating to Iranian demands, according to sources both on and off Capitol Hill.
Senior Obama administration officials at the White House’s National Security Council told Congress Wednesday morning that new sanctions were coming as a result of Iran’s repeated ballistic missile tests, which violate current United Nations Security Council Resolutions prohibiting such activity.
However, the administration quietly walked back its announcement, telling lawmakers that the sanctions would be indefinitely delayed.
The move sparked a fierce backlash among prominent congressional leaders who have served as chief advocates for the administration’s efforts to ink a nuclear deal with Iran.
Sources who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon about the delay claim that the administration has repeatedly allowed Iran to dictate the terms of the deal out of fear that the Islamic Republic will ditch the deal before it is officially implemented later this month.
Iranian leaders have made clear that any new U.S. sanctions will force it to walk away from the nuclear agreement. In the wake of the new sanctions debate, Iranian military leaders announced over the weekend they are working to increase the strength and destructive power of the country’s arsenal.
The White House’s initial message to Congress on Wednesday morning offered tough rhetoric chastising Iran’s ballistic missile program and its recent test firings.
“Iran’s ballistic missile program poses a significant threat to regional and global security, and it will continue to be subject to international sanctions,” Adam Szubin, the Treasury Department’s acting under secretary for terrorism and financial intelligence, said in an embargoed statement that was forwarded to congressional offices that morning and viewed by the Free Beacon.
“We have consistently made clear that the United States will vigorously press sanctions against Iranian activities outside of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action—including those related to Iran’s support for terrorism, regional destabilization, human rights abuses, and ballistic missile program,” Szubin maintained in the statement, which was later scrapped.
Hours after that initial communication was sent to the Hill, the administration nixed the announcement, saying in a subsequent communication that the new sanctions—which were to hit 11 entities and individuals known to be enabling Iran’s missile program—would be indefinitely delayed.
Lawmakers who just that morning had applauded the new sanctions were not pleased.
Rep. Steny Hoyer (D., Md.), a leading supporter of the Iran deal, blasted the move, expressing disappointment with the administration’s efforts to appease Iran.
“I am disappointed that the Administration has delayed punitive action in response to Iran’s recent ballistic missile tests,” Hoyer said in a statement. “We are always in a sensitive moment in our dealings with Iran, and there is never a perfect time to undertake such actions. But Iran must know with certainty that violating U.N. Security Council resolutions, both inside and outside the scope of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), will be met with serious consequences.”
Sen. Chris Coons (D., Del.), another leading deal supporter who initially praised the new sanctions, also expressed dismay at the administration’s move to delay the effort.
“I believe in the power of vigorous enforcement that pushes back on Iran’s bad behavior,” Coonstold the Wall Street Journal. “If we don’t do that, we invite Iran to cheat.”
When asked to address the issue on Sunday, a senior Obama administration official told the Free Beacon that there are still “remaining issues” that need to be addressed before new sanctions are announced.
“As we’ve said, we’ve been looking for some time‎ at options for additional actions related to Iran’s ballistic missile program based on our continued concerns about its activities, including the October 10th launch,” the senior official explained, reiterating the White House’s commitment to sanctions.
“We are considering various aspects related to additional designations, as well as evolving diplomatic work that is consistent with our national security interests,” the official said. “As always, we keep Congress informed about issues related to Iran sanctions, and will continue to do so as we work through remaining issues.”
A State Department spokesman echoed this stance, telling the Free Beacon that it continues to explore ways to increase sanctions on Iran’s ballistic missile program.
Sanctions expert Mark Dubowitz, executive director of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, told the Free Beacon that the administration might reconsider new sanctions once it strikes a “side deal” with Iran.
“I would expect that the administration will return to these sanctions after cutting some kind of side deal with the Iranians offering even more unilateral concessions,” Dubowitz said.
Critics of the move remain skeptical.
“To push back against Iran’s repeated missile and human rights provocations, Congress should pass the Menendez-Kirk bill to immediately renew a critical Iran sanctions law that expires this year,” said Sen. Mark Kirk (R., Ill.), an opponent of the Iran nuclear deal.
One consultant who has worked with Congress on issues pertaining to the nuclear deal told theFree Beacon that the administration fears Iran’s threats to break the deal.
“First the Obama administration strong-armed congressional Democrats into approving a politically toxic nuclear deal, under the pretense that at least the White House would fight Iranian aggression in other ways,” the source said, explaining that lawmakers who have defended the deal were made to look foolish by the sanctions delay.
“People like Coons and Hoyer went home and told constituents that they’d at least make sure Iranian terrorism and missile work was punished,” the source said. “Now the Obama team has deprived them of even that fig leaf. They’re going to have to defend total capitulation to their constituents.”
Meanwhile, Iran announced on Friday that it is working to significantly boost “the destruction power and precision” of its missiles, according to comments carried in the country’s state-controlled press.
Iran President Hassan Rouhani instructed the country’s military leaders to strengthen the missile program following rumors that the United States was contemplating new sanctions.
“Following [on] the president’s letter, we held numerous meetings with the executive officials, commanders, and officials in the missile sector and decided work out appropriate plans as soon as possible to enhance the defensive power and capability as well as the effective deterrence power of our missiles contrary to the will of the hegemonic system which seeks to restrict the Islamic Republic militarily,” Hossein Dehqan, Iran’s defense minister, said.

Sunday, January 03, 2016

Muslims "Have Nothing Whatsoever to do with Terrorism" - Israel News

Muslims "Have Nothing Whatsoever to do with Terrorism" - Israel News
As Muslim jihadis, mobs and regimes terrorized Christians and others throughout the world of Islam, in the West, institutions — from governments to grade schools — empowered and praised Islam, often at the expense of Christians.

Saturday, January 02, 2016

Radical Islam is calling the shots

The general's comments came after reports that the US had planned -- but later shelved -- to unveil a fresh round of sanctions following two recent missile tests by the Islamic republic.

Ok, so I guess those sanctions are off the table again. I guess they threatened Obama's precious surrender/nuclear deal.

Friday, January 01, 2016

Rpt: U.S. Preparing New Sanctions On Iran After Rocket Test - America's ...

Iran is making a mockery of Obama's nuclear deal. Essentially there is no deal and Israel is on its own defending against a nuclear-capable Iran. Incidentally Iran is already on Israel's border with allies Russia and Syria and its Hizb'allah proxy. This is End of Days stuff happening right now!