From theÂ Telegraph, thanks toÂ Esmerelda Weatherwax
A police investigation into fake voters in Tower Hamlets has been widened to include fake candidates after at least two fielded by the borough’s extremist-linked mayor, Lutfur Rahman, in last month’s elections appear to have given false addresses.
What this article doesn’t mention is that the Klintoons have been polishing Gulen’s doorknobs for a long time. What it also doesn’t mention is that Gulen’s filth is widely spread throughout Australia…..
‘Pastor’ Terry Jones is the real terrorist
No Muslim can be a terrorist.Â No religion permits terrorism. Therefore, it is very ugly to put the wordÂ IslamÂ beforeÂ terrorism. You may sayÂ religious terroristÂ but you can’t sayÂ Islamic terrorist.—Â Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan
Terry Jones rally amounts to an act of terrorism:
- Two Qurans Found Burned in Dearborn; ‘Pastor’ Terry Jones Protests Sharia Law Today Â –Â Deadline Detroit
Imam wants new law banning burning of holy books:
Al-Husainy said they helped with legal advice in his plan for a new law making it illegal to burn or desecrate holy books. …Press & GuideÂ (thanks to Mullah, pbuh)
by Hugh Fitzgerald
Al-Jazeera is the propaganda outlet of the nasty little city-state of Qatar, where 200,000 Qataris (they claim, falsely, more) are waited on by wage-slaves (whose wages, as happens all over the Gulf, are often withheld) hand and foot, ruled over by a waddling Emir, son of another waddling Emir, of the Al-Thani family, whose favorite recreation is buying up 17th-and-18th century Parisian residences and putting in elevators and gyms and garages and suchlike, thereby destroying part of French history.
Al-Jazeera took the side of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, thereby earning the enmity of those who came after. And now, in Libya, it appears that Al-Jazeera, or one of its employees, was seen as a possible conduit to the rulers of Qatar, who were being asked to aid the true-blue Believers against a Libyan patriot, General Hafter.
The story,Â here.
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- Â Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: the ambitious and brutal Isis chief
- Â How battle-ready is Isis compared to the Iraqi army and Kurdish peshmerga?
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Michael Goldfarb:Â The city’s delicate social mix was destroyed in 2003 and never really recovered, making it an easy target for armed Isis militants
- Â Iraq veterans: learn to stop worrying about Isis and love life at home already
- Â Ranj Alaaldin:Â Why Iraq should consider separate Sunni and Shia regions
- Â We had to topple Saddam – now let’s go back to Iraq to rescue democracy
- Â I remember Mosul, but Iraq 3.0 is what happens when you exit a war early
- Â Owen Jones:Â We anti-war protesters were right: the Iraq invasion has led to bloody chaos
- Â Bombing Isis won’t solve this profound Iraqi crisis