“They weren’t violent kids. They weren’t no street gang boys…”

“They have been misguided by horrible people, they were manipulated and brainwashed.”

Ya don’t say!

British nursery teacher’s two sons ‘flee to fight for Islamic State in Syria’
Mother Rana Begum says she has renounced Thahirul and Khayerul after they apparently left their home in Kentish Town and travelled to the Middle East… (Mirror UK)
Belgian soldiers patrol in the historic Grand Place in Brussels on Monday. Photo: AP
Brussels lockdown: State of emergency has created ‘Islamic regime’ in Brussels, says city’s mayor

Belgians find out that life under Islam is no life at all:

“This is to say that if schools are closed, if we banned the cultivation, if we banned the practice of commerce, if we [do not allow] people to live, to have fun, to relax. If it prohibits all, under what system do we live?” … by Hardeep Matharu

More on life under the Islamic State (and the mayor’s ‘hysterisation’) at Independent thanks to Mullah, pbuh

Sixteen people were detained in raids in Brussels and Charleroi on Sunday evening. A sum of €26,000 was seized during one of the searches. All other items seized during house searches were being examined, the prosecutors said.

The bad guys are winning in Germany! ….and the Europeans think labelling tomatoes will fight this?

The same people who are scared to label Muslims as terrorists have the courage to label tomatoes from Israel.

Germany: Salafists on the rapid increase
Salafist fundamentalist Islam is rising strongly in Germany, according to German security services.
Muhammad misunderstands the misunderstanders of Islam

Muhammad Rashid said he blames the reaction on misunderstanding and said there’s nothing in Islam that justifies what’s been happening in Europe–Fredericton Islamic group saddened by backlash in Canada

Actual Headline at Washington Post: Want to stop Islamic terrorism? Be nicer to Muslims.  

As David Burge (Iowahawk) has said, “We don’t have enemies, just friends who haven’t beheaded us yet.” —click here for the WaPo story. 
Is it possible for Syrian refugees to be fully vetted?

Those fool-proof vetting systems we all share are nothing short of brilliant.


Russia threatens Turkey with “serious consequences”

Andrew Bolt

Tensions are high:

RUSSIA has told Turkey to prepare for “serious consequences” for shooting down its jet. But Barack Obama says Turkey was within its rights to fire.

Speaking at a meeting with Jordanian King Abdullah II in Sochi, a tense-looking Mr Putin branded the shooting down of the aircraft a “stab in the back” by “accomplices of terrorists…

The fighter jet was shot down Tuesday on the Syrian border by two Turkish F-16s warplanes…. Ankara claimed it had violated Turkish airspace 10 times within a five-minute period…

Syrian opposition sources said one pilot was dead and another missing. Mr Putin has said that a Russian solider was killed while searching for the missing pilots….

“Our plane was shot down over the territory of Syria by an air-to-air missile from a Turkish F-16 jet. It fell in Syrian territory four kilometres from the border with Turkey,” Mr Putin said.

“Our pilots and our plane did not in any way threaten Turkey.”…

Mr Obama said Turkey “has a right to defend its territory and its airspace.”

He said Russia is operating very close to the Turkish border as it goes after moderate opposition groups that are supported by Turkey and a wide range of countries.

The president says that if Russia would instead concentrate its airstrikes on the Islamic State group, then mistakes would be “less likely to occur.”…

Turkey and Russia have long been at loggerheads over the Syrian conflict, with Ankara seeking the overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad while Moscow does everything to keep him in power.


A radar track released by the Turkish military purports to show the downed Russian Su-24 fighter passing over Turkish territory before it was shot down.

The track contradicts an earlier statement from the Russian Defence ministry, saying: “During all flight time, the plane was flying only within the borders of Syrian territory. Objective monitoring data shows it.”

However, even if the radar image is genuine, it shows a flight track that would put the plane over Turkish territory for only a few seconds.


It gets worse:

A Russian rescue helicopter has been shot down by Syrian rebels while searching for pilots missing after Turkey downed a Russian jet.

The helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing in a government-held area in Syria’s Latakia province.

A Syrian insurgent group, which uses U.S. Tow missiles, said its fighters hit the helicopter with an anti-tank missile.


There are conflicting reports about whether the Russian pilots are dead or alive.

Dead, says the local Turkmen commander:

One thought on ““They weren’t violent kids. They weren’t no street gang boys…””

  1. Mother Rana Begum says she has renounced Thahirul and Khayerul after they apparently left their home in Kentish Town and travelled to the Middle East

    Lets hope Russian pilots get lucky.

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