Where are the protests? Or is killing Muslims only a crime when Jews do it?
HAMAS shot some 20 Palestinians on Monday nightÂ for protesting against Hamas for the massive destruction inflicted on their neighbourhood in Shejaia by the IDF in the past weeks, Channel 10 reported on Tuesday. Over the past few days, Hamas has executed more than 30 civilians from various parts of the Gaza Strip which it suspected of collaborating with Israel, unidentified Palestinian security sources told the Palestine Press News Agency.
About that wicked Israeli “blockade” of Gaza that protesters demand be lifted:Â
Customs officials at southern Israel’s Ashdod port discovered hundreds of ball-bearings and cement mixers in a Turkish shipment of “humanitarian aid” to Gaza on WednesdayÂ , raising fears the cargo could have been used by Hamas to support its ongoing war against Israel, according to Channel Two. While both items have civilian uses, both have played a central role building Hamas’s rocket arsenal and its vast network of “terror tunnels” into Israel. Terrorists in Gaza regularly use ball-bearings to maximize the lethality of locally-made, short-range Qassam rockets.
Wouldn’t it make more sense to cancel their passports once they’re safely in the Middle East?
Remind me again why it’s terrible to argue that mass immigration from the Middle East makes us less safe:
Jihadi Abdul Nacer Benbrika Lived in Australia Illegally for 19 Years,Â Â on Welfare
Benbrika got himself a following of headbangers, plotted jihad and got busted:
Algerian-born Abdul Nacer Benbrika, who led a terror cell planning to bomb the MCG on Grand Final day, is believed to still hold a strong influence over young extremists in Victoria, despite being held in the high-security unit at Barwon Prison.
Several devotees in Melbourne’s northern suburbs of Preston, Brunswick and ÂCoburg have praised BenÂbrika as their spiritual leader online. They labelled the cult figure a “king” and a “martyr” on several Facebook pages…
Last week, the Herald Sun revealed two of Benbrika’s followers â€” the Raad brothers, Ahmed and Ezzit â€” who had been released from jail, had close ties to Adam Dahman, 18, of Northcote, who detonated a suicide bomb in Iraq on July