“In June this year the head of the British security service, MI5, John Evans, revealed in a speech that in backrooms and cars and on the streets of his country there is no shortage of individuals talking about wanting to mount terrorist attacks,” Mr Irvine today told the Security In Government Conference in Canberra.
Salma Ali Abdallah’s husband, a Muslim cleric, disappeared in the Kenyan city of Mombasa back in April. As fears of further sectarian violence grip the country, her loss adds to a long list of grievances against Kenyan police.
Local media claim its ‘about insults’, which is something traffic wardens are normally used to. In this case I suspect they fear for their safety, which is an insult to law and order, and to the nation of Spain.
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Only male traffic wardens are now active in the mosque area in Palma’s Pere Garau district. Dornier, the company responsible for the concession, made the decision after various incidents occurred. Female employees were insulted by men who were visiting the mosque, the company said.
“According to Egyptian media reports, the purpose of the exercise is to enable Egyptian forces to practice both defensive and offensive tactics.“ Offensive? Will the U.S. be helping Egypt with procedures for invading Israel? With Obama in charge, you never know.
“US, Egypt Conducting Joint Military Exercises,” by David Lev forÂ Israel National News, September 5
Just days after a report that the U.S. was sharply cutting its participation in a military exercise scheduled with Israel, U.S. planes landed in Egypt Tuesday for a joint exercise, the first since the fall of Hosni Mubarak. Code-named “Eagle Arena 2012,” the exercise will include air and naval forays by US and Egyptian planes and boats, over the country, Sinai, and the Red Sea.
The US State Department has quietly ceased cataloging violations of religious freedom in its “Country Reports on Human Rights.” Of course, it’s just a coincidence that this comes at a time when Washington isÂ allyingÂ with radical Islamists in Libya, Syria, and Iraq. As CNSÂ reports:
“The U.S. State Department removed the sections covering religious freedom from the Country Reports on Human Rights that itÂ releasedÂ on May 24, three months past the statutory deadline Congress set for the release of these reports.
“The new human rights reports–purged of the sections that discuss the status of religious freedom in each of the countries covered–are also the human rights reports that include the period that covered the Arab Spring and its aftermath.Â US Foreign Policy vs. Middle Eastern Christianity
It began with rumors of the Muslim Brotherhood’s influence in Jordan and has spread across the Arab world. Syrian refugees,Â particularly those of the young and female variety, are becoming a commodity for Arab men, with many offering to marry those in need.
At the height of its power, it was often said that “the sun never sets on the British Empire.” Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Now one might be tempted to say that the sun never rises on the tiny British isle.
The police took no action against the lawless, violent mobs. Instead, they refused to allow the EDL to hold their meeting, and arrested all of them, after penning them for up to 8 hours with no water, no toilets, no facilities. None of the attackers were arrested (“too dangerous” to arrest them in such a hostile environment). Â Read it all:Â Britain’s “Arab Spring”
EDL – Tommy Robinson sums up the chaotic events in Walthamstow (01-09-2012)
In the wake of last Saturday’s fiasco in Walthamstow, Paul Weston, the Chairman ofÂ British Freedom, has written the following letter to Prime Minister David Cameron. Â Read more Â»
Freedom of Assembly and Freedom of Speech died in Walthamstow on September 1stÂ 2012. This was the date that Britain officially became a Police State.
After weeks of negotiation between the English Defence League and police liaison officers our democratic right to hold a peaceful outdoor meeting was trampled on by Britain’s ruling totalitarian class.
National Police Chief General Timur Pradopo’s proposal to relocate a Shiite community that has sought shelter following an attack in their home village prompted criticism from a senator on Tuesday.
“The idea of relocating a minority group does not bode well for the future of national integration in Indonesia. This proposal could result in blatant marginalization and would be very harmful to the groups involved,” Hajriyanto Thohari, the deputy chairman of the People’s Consultative Assembly, said in a short SMS.