Obama: “Every day when I wake up, and I think about young girls in Nigeria”
Me too.Â Every day when I wake up, Â I think about young girls….
IranÂ condemnsÂ … what?
By Umid Niayesh – Trend:
Iran’s vice presidency for Women and Family Affairs issued a statement in which it condemned the violation committed by the group and its extreme viewpoints, IRNA news agency reported on May 10.
“The similar acts will boost the islamophobia and are set up to smear Islam,” the statement reads. …
More smearing of the evil religion atÂ TrendÂ thanks to Mullah, pbuh
No doubt a few of those kidnapped were Muslim, but they will not be sold as sex slaves, merely toldÂ to stop going to school. Chibok was a largely Christian town, in a Muslim area. And it is Christians and those Muslims-who-are-not-Muslims (assorted local emirs) — see the remarks of Abubakar Shekau, and of a defector from Boko Haram, now a Christian, posted at NER the other day — who are the targets of Boko Haram. And Boko Haram is not the only Muslim group operating in Nigeria, and the army, mainly Muslim-officered, is not eager to take them on, and some army members no doubt harbor mixed feelings about going to war against fellow Muslims.
HereÂ is Robin Harris on the Western media, carefully refusing to discuss the religion of the kidnapped girls, or most of them, and of other victims of Boko Haram.
UN official asks if 1 million Syrians must die before world acts
That’s the UN for you. My questions to the UN: why should we act? In whose interest? Is it not better to let the Arabs sort it out among themselves? Or would you rather have the UN distribute another million belligerent Arabs in the infidel world?
Hamas Loves Falk
Take a good look, here, fromÂ MEMRI TVÂ
Who is more frightening, who is more unhinged? Is it these people, or the non-Muslims who quite unncessarily allowed such people, by the millions, into their own safe and secure, because non-Muslim, lands, and even now seem unable to recognize what folly they have committed? (Thanks to Hugh Fitzgerald.)
Al-Jazeera TV (Qatar), Channel 1 (Iran), IRINN TV (Iran), Al-Aqsa TV (Hamas/Gaza), The Internet, Al-Tahrir TV (Egypt), Al-Wataniya TV (Tunisia), 7 Stars TV (Jordan) – May 3-9, 2014 – 03:57
Magdi Allam is an Italian member of the European Parliament who wasÂ one of the featured speakers at the 2012 conference in Brussels. The video below shows Mr. Allam explaining his opposition to yet another EP resolution against “racism” in Europe.
Many thanks to Paro for the translation, and toÂ Vlad TepesÂ for the subtitling: