Britain should consider banning Muslim girls and young women from wearing veils in schools and public places, a Home Office minister has said.Â Jeremy Browne, a Liberal Democrat, said there needs to be a national debate about whether the state should step in to protect young women from having the veil “imposed” on them.–SHARE Â»
Tough like Yorkshire pudding:
Â Birmingham Metropolitan College had a clear principle that no face coverings were to be worn. No balaclavas, no motorbike crash helmets, no ski masks, no niqabs or burkas.
And this new term Dr Dame Christine was keen to enforce it for, ooh, all of 36 hours. Until she was threatened with a 1000 strong islamic demo outside the college.—SHARE Â»
U.S.: No killer psycho left behind:
Tingles mental illness:
Foreign fighters step up crimes in Syria -U.N.
Some brigades entirely made up of foreigners – U.N.
* “Extreme elements” have their own agenda – inspector
*Â SyriaÂ government denies bombing hospitals
By Stephanie Nebehay
GENEVA, Sept 16 (Reuters) – Hardline Syrian rebels and foreign fighters invoking jihad, or holy war, have stepped up killings, executions and other abuses in the north since July, U.N. human rights investigators said on Monday.
SYRIA… it ain’t necessarily so
- I was told as a child to believe nothing of what I read and only half of what I see. It now appears the sensible course is to believe nothing of either. Larry Pickering4 days agoÂ
byÂ Peter MartinoÂ Â â€¢Â September 16, 2013
Belgian children aged 6 to 12 are being instilled with a hatred for Jews that is so deep, that one day “Never Again” might indeed become “Over Again,” and with the same victims as before: the Jews.
Shockingly, in Belgium, history lessons about Nazism and the Holocaust are currently being used to infuse children with hatred against Israel.
The Belgian Ministry of Education funds an organization, theÂ Special Committee for Remembrance EducationÂ (BCH), which provides teachers with ready-made templates for their history lessons. In its September issue,Â Joods Actueel, the largest Jewish magazine in Belgium, describes this educational material as “perverted.” The so-called Remembrance Education, the magazine writes, “has degenerated into an instrument to infect youngsters with hatred of Israel and anti-Semitism.”
One of the materials used is the cartoon “Never Again, Over Again.” It equates the treatment of the Palestinians by the Israelis today with the treatment of the Jews by the Nazis in the 1930s and 40s.