Video by Victor Laszlo, editing by Vlad Tepes
Video by Victor Laszlo, editing by Vlad Tepes
Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.
During Friday prayer in the Al Nusra mosque in Berlin on July 11, Danish imam Abu Bilal Ismail urged listeners to kill Jews, Die Welt reports.
In a Youtube video clip of the sermon to which English subtitles have been added, the imam is filmed saying that all Jews should be killed.
“Count them and kill them to the very last one. Don’t spare a single one of them. Make them suffer terribily,” the subtitles read. He urged God “to destroy the Zionist Jews … to kill every last one of them and not have pity on any of them … Shake the ground under their feet, make them suffer.” He also said Jews “act like sole rulers of the entire world and disseminate corruption.”
Ismail is a regular speaker at the Grimhøj Mosque in Aarhus. He has previously been accused of encouraging young Muslims to travel to Syria and fight in the civil war.
Meanwhile things are getting uglier on the street.
Jonatan Møller Sousa, deputy head of the national zionist organisation revealed some of the threatening Facebook messages he received after he went on TV2 News on Saturday to discuss the Gaza conflict.
“Unfortunately no jews died: We are going to change that in Denmark,” one of them read, while another said: “I hope you and your zionist friends will burn in hell and suffer an even more painful death than all the kids in Gaza that were killed.”
And now a pro-Israel rally was shut down.
10 minutes about living on the Gaza border
When they are not using them as cannon fodder elsewhere.
by Joel B. Pollak 27 Jul 2014, 5:36 AM PDT 637 post a comment
Hamas killed hundreds of children in the construction of its extensive tunnel network, built partly to carry out attacks on children across the Gaza border in Israel. That report–confirmed by Hamas itself–emerged in 2012, not from the Israeli government, but the sympathetic Journal of Palestine Studies, in an article that otherwise celebrated the secret tunnel system as a symbol of Palestinian resistance to the Israeli “siege” of the Gaza Strip.
The article, “Gaza’s Tunnel Phenomenon: The Unintended Dynamics of Israel’s Siege,” was published in the Summer 2012 edition of the Journal by Nicholas Pelham, who writes for the Economist and the New York Review of Books, according to his bio. It is receiving new attention thanks to Myer Freimann of Tablet, an online journal of Jewish affairs, whose post about Hamas’s use of child labor has gone viral in social media.
Pelham wrote that despite the economic success of the tunnels underneath the Egyptian border, which enriched Hamas through a thriving black market as well as arming it with new weapons, there were a few drawbacks. One of these was a “cavalier approach to child labor and tunnel fatalities,” he noted. “During a police patrol that the author was permitted to accompany in December 2011, nothing was done to impede the use of children in the tunnels, where, much as in Victorian coal mines, they are prized for their nimble bodies. At least 160 children have been killed in the tunnels, according to Hamas officials” (emphasis added).
Though some children likely worked voluntarily, the fact that there were public complaints about child deaths, to which Hamas felt compelled to respond at least superficially, is evidence of some amount of coercion. The number of deaths since 2012 has yet to be reported, but almost certainly exceeds the number Pelham reported.
Yeah, he didn’t know how to respond to hate filled bullying.
“Had he brought us all together or did something to maybe rectify the situation it wouldn’t have gotten this out of hand,” Clemente said, according to DNAinfo Chicago. “He kept on shoving it off and pushing it under the carpet and hiding it.”
NOTE: These antisemitic circumstances keep piling on up.
DNAinfo Chicago reports Ogden International School of Chicago principal Joshua VanderJagt asked to be reassigned because “challenges” arose after two students – one 14 years old and one 8 years old – suffered repeated threats by classmates.
The challenges surrounded allegations from Ogden parent Lisa Wolf Clemente that her 14-year-old and 8-year-old sons were bullied at both campuses by classmates for their Jewish heritage.
The Gold Coast resident said her teen son was shown photos of ovens and told to get in during lunch periods, intended as a reference to the Holocaust.
At the Streeterville campus, Wolf Clemente said her 8-year-old was invited to join a team called “Jew Incinerator” on the popular game app Clash of Clans. The team was allegedly created by Ogden eighth-graders.
In a screenshot provided by parents, the team description reads: “We are a friendly group of racists with one goal — put all Jews into an army camp until disposed of. Sieg! Heil!”
After the incidents, the bullies were suspended for two days – one in school and one out of school. They were also barred from “eighth grade graduation ceremonies,” according to the news service.
A petition circulated online calling for VanderJagt to resign or be fired, DNAinfo Chicago reports.
But in true government school fashion, he was merely transferred.
When the allegations surfaced in June, the boys’ mother accused the district of “pushing it under the carpet.”
That’s precisely what VanderJagt’s fellow administrators did.
“VanderJagt had previously said he should have met with Clemente’s son sooner. But the first-time principal at the time defended his actions, saying they were taken with the help of CPS officials to ensure all students’ safety,” reports Fox 32.
Lets go to the video tape!
And the problem with this tweet is?
Published: 26 Jul 2014 10:36 GMT+02:00
“Regarding the Jews’ situation in Europe: The Muslims are continuing where Hitler left off. Only the same treatment Hitler received will change the situation.”
That’s the text of a tweet that Mogens Camre, a former MP and MEP for the Danish People’s Party, wrote on Thursday.
The tweet initially led to head-scratching and indignation on the social media platform, but on Friday it became a matter for the police.
Esbjerg resident Samir Badran filed a police complaint, saying Camre’s words made him feel threatened.
“I found those remarks to be a threat to my security and a direct incitement to commit offences against Muslims living here. They were also generalising and racist, which is why I reported him for a violation of Article 266b, paragraph 136 of the Penal Code,” Badran told BT.
This isn’t the first time Camre has compared Muslims to Nazis. In 2009, he told a Dutch TV channel that modern day Muslims in Denmark were a worse presence than occupying Nazis in World War II.
More here H/T Fjordman
Modern day Orks
Islamist militants have reportedly beheaded dozens of soldiers at a Syrian army base and mounted their heads on poles.
Extremists from the group Islamic State, previously known as ISIS, seized the base in the northern province of Raqqa, leaving more than 85 soldiers dead and 200 more unaccounted for.
The Syrian Human Rights Observatory said at least 50 of the soldiers had been executed – many of them beheaded – as horrifying footage began circulating online which appeared to show the bodies.
Horrifying: Footage circulating online, which has not been independently verified, appears to show several soldiers’ heads impaled on poles at an army base in Raqqa, Syria, after an ambush by Islamic State militants
The Associated Press news agency said the footage appeared genuine and corroborated by other reports
The video, which has not been independently verified, features a voiceover by one of the militants as several decapitated heads are shown mounted on poles on top of a fence.
At least two of the bodies at the Division 17 base were crucified, according to the Associated Press, which said the video appeared to be genuine.
A note from Andy Bostom:
Heads on sticks: Sick ISIS video emerges showing 50 beheaded Syrian soldiers being impaled on poles and held aloft in Raqqa city
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT
Islamic State fighters, formerly called ISIS, have attacked base for two days
Ambush in Raqqa, northern Syria, ended in more than 50 executions
Amateur video footage circulating online shows dozens of headless
From The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism, p. 46. Note how the innocent Jewish “salters” were made to suffer as well!
Moroccan Jews were confined to ghettos in the major cities such as Fez (since the thirteenth century) called mellahs (salty earth), which derives from the fact it was here that they were forced to salt the decapitated heads of executed rebels for public exposition.114d This brutally imposed humiliating practice—which could be enforced even on the Jewish Sabbath—persisted through the late nineteenth century, as described by Eliezer Bashan:
In the 1870s, Jews were forced to salt the decapitated heads of rebels on the Sabbath. For example,
Berber tribes frequently revolted against Sultan Muhammad XVIII. In order to force them to accept
his authority, he would engage in punitive military campaigns. Among the tribes were the Musa, located south of Marrakesh. In 1872, the Sultan succeeded in quelling their revolt and forty-eight of their captives were condemned to death. In October 1872, on the order of the Sultan, they were dispatched to Rabat for beheading. Their decapitated heads were to be exposed on the gates of the town for three days. Since the heads were to be sent to Fez, Jewish ritual slaughterers (Hebrew, shohetim) were forced to salt them and hang them for exposure on the Sabbath. Despite threats by the governor of Rabat, the Jews refused to do so. He then ordered soldiers to enter the homes of those who refused and drag them outside. After they were flogged, the Jews complied and performed the task and the heads of the rebels were exposed in public.114e
A senior Hamas member in charge of advanced weapons development was killed in an IAF airstrike on Friday, security forces announced Sunday.
The target, Ismael Muhammad Sa’ad Akluk, 25, was in a vehicle which was targeted by the IAF, acting on information from the Shin Bet intelligence agency.
The Shin Bet said Akluk had been involved in weapons production centers and weapons research and development for several years, describing him as a key figure in Hamas’s drone and rocket research program.
“This strike represents a blow to the armament program of Hamas’s military wing, particularly to advanced weapons and drones, which are seen as flagship programs that received many resources,” the Shin Bet stated.
But, the Norwegians have already bent over backwards in typical dhimmi fashion to placate the musulmaniacs in their midst!
Published: 26 Jul 2014 16:55 GMT+02:00
Norway has been on high alert since Thursday, when its intelligence service (PST) said it had “recently received information that a group of extremists from Syria may be planning a terrorist attack” in the country.
“Police have requested Avinor (Norway’s state-owned airport operator) to ban flights over central Bergen,” said Gustav Landro, chief of staff at theHordaland county police department.
More here. H/T: Fjordman
Jew hatred manifests itself in the same old places.
It shouldn’t go unnoticed that Muslims in the Netherlands, or elsewhere in Europe and throughout the West, do not have to hide their identity, it’s just the Jews.
The conflict between Israel and Hamas has led to many threats against Dutch Jews. According to a source which deals with the safety of Jewish citizens in south Amsterdam, cars are vandalized with swastikas. Jewish families have removed the mezuzah – a roll of parchment which makes them identifiable as Jews – from their doorposts, in order to avoid becoming targets of violence.
The number of Jews who suffer from anti-Semitism in their environment is in the thousands. Dennis Mok, the chairman of a security company, says that it provides security to 40 Jewish businesses and institutions. He recommends that all those who suffer from anti-Semitism should complain to the police.
Human shields is a Hamas ploy straight out of their Islamonazi handbook.
According to the army, whose inquiry included investigations of the ground forces and video footage of the incident, “one of the mortars fell in the school’s courtyard whilst it was empty of people.”
“In light of the investigation’s findings, we have rejected claims of casualties in the school grounds as they were presented by various elements immediately after the incident took place,” the IDF Spokesman’s Unit announced Sunday morning. “The IDF regrets any harm to citizens who are not involved in the fighting but continually emphasizes that this occurs as a sad result of Hamas’ choice to use civilians as human shields.”
An Israel Defense Forces investigation into the strike on a United Nations-run school in the Gaza Strip has revealed that the courtyard was struck by an Israeli mortar, but was empty of people at the time – thus undermining claims that at least 15 Palestinians were killed in the strike.
According to Palestinian reports, the courtyard of a UNRWA school in the northern Gaza town of Beit Hanoun was hit on Thursday whilst it was full of refugee families, leaving at least 15 dead – mostly women and children. Soon after the incident, the IDF said it was unclear whether Israeli or Hamas shelling caused the strike, since both sides had exchanged fire in the area at the time.
The IDF released the findings of its investigation into the incident on Sunday morning. According to the inquiry, Palestinian militants opened fire from the area of the school, shooting morters and antitank missiles at Israeli forces. In response, the investigation reveals, the IDF decided to return fire with mortars.
Speak it brother.
Simon Elo (PS): There was a time when the Left was a useful fool for Soviet tyranny. Today’s Left is a useful fool for Islamist tyranny . In yesterday’s Ammulehti (The Morning paper, yellow news edition) 07/26/2014:
” A politically embarrassing situation has been taken by the (German) Left movement Linke, in which according to party leadership, youth members have organized ” purely anti-Semitic ” demonstrations. Police prevented in Essen, left-wing young people’s intentions to strike against old synagogues and other Jewish facilities. The last synagogues burned were by the Nazis in 1938.”.
But this is totally irrelevant, as a good TT source (DG) just recently told me:
“clan leaders aligned with Hamas are just as much ‘leaders’. Terrorist groups depend on clan support. You have different forms and tiers of leadership. It’s not a simple model. Hamas isn’t the Pentagon.
Just like in Iraq and elsewhere in the M.E. where clans and tribes rule with an iron fist, so to in Gaza and in P.A. controlled areas. Nothing happens without their say so, that includes terrorist regimes, they are one in the same though they go by different tribe names and allegiances. You have to stop thinking in Western terms and realize that you’re dealing with a completely different set of organizational entities and way of life.
NOTE: It’s one major reason why Hamas and Fatah will never ever let go of their internal and eternal feud, they have the backing of completely different clans and tribes. What we saw in Libya just a few years ago, was a complete break down of tribal alliances which eventually led to the downfall, rape and murder of Gaddafi. As the influential clans go, so does the greater population.
When the bodies of three Israeli teenagers, kidnapped in the West Bank, were found late last month, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did not mince words. “Hamas is responsible, and Hamas will pay,” he said, initiating a campaign that eventually escalated into the present conflict in the region.
But now, officials admit the kidnappings were not Hamas’s handiwork after all.
BuzzFeed reporter Sheera Frenkel was among the first to suggest that it was unlikely that Hamas was behind the deaths of Gilad Shaar, Naftali Frenkel, and Eyal Yifrach. Citing Palestinian sources and experts in the field, Frenkel reported that kidnapping three Israeli teens would be afoolish move for Hamas. International experts told her it was likely the work of a local group, acting without concern for the repercussions:
[Gershon Baskin] pointed out that Hamas has earlier this month signed an agreement to form a unity government with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, bridging, for the first time in seven years, the Palestinian leadership in the West Bank and Gaza.
“They will lose their reconciliation agreement with Abbas if they do take responsibility for [the kidnappings],” Baskin added.
Disproportionate response? I hope so!
Let it be so devastating that not one Islamonazi will be left upon another.
H/T: Doris Wise Montrose
“Conflicts are won by striking back so disproportionately that the enemy’s military forces are devastated and, more importantly, its will to fight is crushed so thoroughly that the threat is extinguished.”
Mark Tapson, a Hollywood-based writer and screenwriter, is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. He focuses on the politics of popular culture.
As the Israeli-Hamas conflict rages, a familiar pattern asserts itself: Israel bends over backward to demonstrate her moral innocence to the world, and the world heaps condemnation on her anyway. Israel always feels compelled to restrain her military superiority because victory in that arena means losing the battle in the arena of public opinion despite extraordinary efforts. It’s worth questioning whether the moral victory Israel is striving for accomplishes anything except to perpetuate the hostilities and ensure more Israeli deaths at the hands of Arab terrorists.
Forced to defend herself, but under the microscope of worldwide scrutiny, Israel has gone to extreme lengths to avoid civilian deaths. Business Insider calculated that Israel has taken such unprecedented measures that she is “raising the standards of what can be expected in warfare.” The IDF issues warnings to civilians prior to neighborhood incursions. Israeli doctors treat wounded Gazans. Israel agrees to a ceasefire only to have Hamas break it. In one instance, Israel even spared the lives of fourteen Hamas operatives in order not to incur civilian casualties. And yet she is still decried for a “disproportionate response” against the craven Hamas, who hide behind women and children, store weapons in hospitals, and happily press their own citizens into martyrdom to wage a very effective propaganda war.
“Disproportionate response” is a completely idiotic complaint that has never before been raised in wartime except to punish Israel, itself surrounded by a massively disproportionate Arab population. No one ever won a war by countering an aggressor with carefully measured, tit-for-tat responses. Conflicts are won by striking back so disproportionately that the enemy’s military forces are devastated and, more importantly, its will to fight is crushed so thoroughly that the threat is extinguished.
Terrorist rabble off the streets.
These Jew haters (supposedly just a political march against Israeli policies) can’t control their hatred, so it inevitably ends in violence, many times directed squarely at the Jews
Last weekend’s pro-Gaza demonstration was also banned and ended in clashes between protesters and police, while another banned rally in nearby Sarcelles also ended in violence, including attacks on Jewish businesses.
Paris police have banned a Paris Gaza solidarity demonstration for the second time. Organisers claim the decision to stop Saturday’s march is political.
Following Prime Minister Manuel Valls’s declaration that the rally might be banned on Wednesday, Paris police announced on Friday afternoon that it could not go ahead because it judged security plans inadequate, organisers said.
They have appealed against the ban, claiming that the route and security provisions had been drawn up with the police.
“This is a political decision, not a police decision,” declared one of the organisers, Youssef Boussoumah.
The march was to have gone from the capital’s Place de la Républiqe to Place de la Nation, the most commonly used route for Paris demonstrations.
After thousands of rockets from Hamas in gaziliastan, I think MK Danon is on to something.
Once again, the Israel Defense Forces have been forced to enter the Gaza Strip to fight for the safety of our citizens. We understand the risks of the current ground operation. Despite the fact that it cost me my position as deputy defense minister, I was willing to pay this personal price and vocally advocate for this operation. It was clear to me that the alternative of leaving Hamas’s rocket operation and terror tunnels intact would have been disastrous for the safety and security of all Israelis.
In addition to our fight with Hamas, it is high time to reassess our relationship with the Palestinian Authority (PA). While we have no desire to control the daily lives of the Arab residents of Judea and Samaria — the historical name for the West Bank — the fact is that we can no longer continue to withdraw our security forces and rely on the PA to ensure the safety of Israelis. Numerous events throughout our region, from Israel to Iraq, have proven time and again that when Western forces withdraw and rely on local despots, militias, or even puppet regimes, the forces of Islamic fanaticism quickly fill the void — and put us all at risk.
Hamas is not a lone organization acting in a vacuum. It is a fellow traveler with extreme forces throughout the Middle East working to overthrow Western-allied governments and replace them with an Islamic caliphate operating under sharia law. Over the past few years, Western diplomats’ high hopes for the popular uprisings of the Arab Spring proved short-lived. Leaders who on the surface appeared Western-oriented turned out to be either frontmen for Islamic extremists or weak leaders who could not hold onto power in this harsh region.
The current situation in Iraq is the latest example of this phenomenon. Our American friends meant well: They defeated an evil dictator with a history of horrid human rights abuses, a proven record of using weapons of mass destruction, and a record of threatening regional stability. In the aftermath of the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, the United States invested billions of dollars in rebuilding Iraq’s infrastructure and paid an unfathomably high price in terms of American soldiers killed and wounded while attempting to rid the country of Islamist terrorists.
Lurch being Lurch
Yes ladies and gentlemen, this is in fact the most hostile U.S. government towards it’s ally Israel that has ever been. There have been runners up in the past, but this one takes the cake by far. Whether it’s placating Islamonazis of the Hamas or Fatah, Obama has got their (read= not Israeli nor US) best interests at heart.
What a disgrace.
This is absolutely incredible (or, sadly, maybe not). Let me quote Ha’aretz diplomatic writer Barak Ravid, anything but a right-winger:
The draft [cease fire agreement] Kerry passed to Israel on Friday shocked the cabinet ministers not only because it was the opposite of what Kerry told them less than 24 hours earlier, but mostly because it might as well have been penned by Khaled Meshal. It was everything Hamas could have hoped for.
The document recognized Hamas’ position in the Gaza Strip, promised the organization billions in donation funds and demanded no dismantling of rockets, tunnels or other heavy weaponry at Hamas’ disposal. The document placed Israel and Hamas on the same level, as if the first is not a primary U.S. ally and as if the second isn’t a terror group which overtook part of the Palestinian Authority in a military coup and fired thousands of rockets at Israel. …
The secretary of state’s draft empowered the most radical and problematic elements in the region – Qatar, Turkey, and Hamas – and was a slap on the face to the rapidly forming camp of Egypt, Israel, the Palestinian Authority, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, who have many shared interests. What Kerry’s draft spells for the internal Palestinian political arena is even direr: It crowns Hamas and issues Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas with a death warrant.
This is so upside-down that it defies parody. The biggest war criminals on the planet launch an unprovoked attack against Israel’s civilian population, fire hundreds of rockets from behind the skirts of their own civilians and prepare a mass-casualty terrorist attackthat would rival anything al-Qaeda has been able to pull off. They are stopped only by Israel’s virtually miraculous technology and actually miraculous good luck.
The 58% are blinded, easily fooled Finns.
With public subsidized reporting at YLE, and the average fake news media uninterested in asking the big questions, like, if democratic despotism is such a good thing on the EU level, what about on the domestic front as well?”
The European Commission’s regular survey series, Eurobarometer, finds that 58 percent of Finns believe that their opinions on world affairs are being heard in the EU.
On the whole EU scale, believers now number at 42 percent of the Union’s population, a big rise from last year’s 29 percent. The figures are the highest on record since the Eurobarometer started polling consumer trust among EU residents.
Additionally, 65 percent of Europeans now claim to consider themselves citizens of the EU – up from 59 percent last year. Also, for the first time since the current seven-year recession began, EU citizens polled strongly that they believe the economic situation will improve over the next 12 months.
A total of 32,689 people from EU member and candidate states were interviewed for the Eurobarometer study in May and June.
YLE (state funded propaganda sling machine)