Migrant of the Month:Â Who let him in? (Andrew Bolt)
- No aid needed: Taliban Tells Flood Victims to Boycott ‘Infidel’ Western Aid…
- Aid needed: In honor of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadamadan, the US Treasury Department has issued a statement encouraging American Muslims to donate money to terrorism.Â Here’s part of the statement…..
- No aid needed: Lebanese Defense Minister says no to American military aid if weapons can’t be used against Israel
- UNRWA is quite upset about this video. More on that from Elder of ZiyonÂ here.
For several weeks, police have been quietly searching for a serial killer who stabbed poor Black victims in Flint, Michigan, then fled to Leesburg, Virginia, where his sister lives.Â Many family members of the victims were angry that the police did not disclose the White identity of the murderer, saying it was racist.Â But, now, it’s very clear whyÂ they hid his identity and true visual description:Â Â Elias Abuelazam is a Palestinian Arab illegal alien who was here on an expired passport. (Debbie Schlussel)
(ANSAmed) – SYDNEY, AUGUST 11 – The Arab world has launched a ”seduction offensive” in the South Pacific, where most of the region’s 14 archipelago-states traditionally support Israel within the United Nations and other international bodies, hindering the votes of much more populous nations…. (the destruction of Israel, nothing else matters)
Visitors to this Islamic island nation get a sense of religious restrictions even before they arrive. The arrival-departure cards given to arriving airline passengers carry a list of items prohibited under Maldivian laws â€“ including “materials contrary to Islam.” Â (Islamization Watch)
The team of aid workers murdered in Afghanistan were shot down as they tried to flee and hide during an ambush by militants, the sole survivor of the attack has said. (Telegraph UK)
Ramadan begins in Hunter University of Newcastle (Newcastle Herald)
It follows an increase in students from countries such as Saudi Arabia, Malaysia and various Middle Eastern countries on campus.
University of Newcastle Islamic Society vice president Hani Zakaria said it allowed them to explain more about their religion. She said fasting helped Muslims get closer to God and understand the less fortunate.
‘‘It’s really promoting harmony, understanding and mutual respect between everyone,’’ she said. (I have an ‘interfaith bridge’ for sale, any buyers?)