With thanks to Mullah & Vlad Tepes
Two hundred violent African savages rampage on St Kilda beach in Melbourne, Australia
In December 2018, the Center for Immigration Studies dispatched Senior National Security Fellow Todd Bensman to Panama and Costa Rica to investigate President Donald Trump’s widely ridiculed assertions that suspected terrorists had been apprehended among Middle East migrants through Latin America. Panama is a geographic chokepoint, or bottleneck, through which migrants from countries of the Middle East, who are moving out of South America, must push on their way to the U.S. border.
The following article is based on Bensman’s on-the-ground research over two weeks. His video reports, photos, and writings from the trip can be found here.
Egyptian Cleric Samir Hashish: No Death Penalty for Muslim Who Kills Non-Muslim; Blood of Muslims More Important (MEMRI TV)
Undercover Mosque Footage From Germany Shows Hate-Preaching is Widespread
Cleveland: Mustards “under siege”, “community has been decimated, imam deported”
Oh vey, the grievance theatre is thick and rich in this one:
For These Muslim-Americans, the ‘Siege’ Has Not Lifted
At a Teatime for Peace gathering, a program of the Cleveland chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, people of various faiths talk about their religion openly to help overcome differences and dispel myths.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — In this city of immigrants, as one Moroccan-American called his hometown, the Muslim community keeps a low profile amid the Islamophobia that has reared its head in the United States in recent times. As one of the largest Muslim communities in the country, including a large Palestinian component, the repercussions against Muslims here began right after the attacks of 9/11 and have persisted since.“Here in Cleveland, the community has been decimated, people deported, an imam was deported,” said M. Isam Zaiem, a Syrian-American who has been living in Cleveland since 1974 and a founder of the Cleveland and northern Ohio chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or Cair, a national group based in Washington. (CAIR is in fact a front for Hamas.)