Archive for April, 2010
Left/Islamist-sponsored anti-Semitic protest violence in Europe, and in Britain in particular, has gone too far:
A lecture given by Israel’s Deputy Ambassador to Britain Talya Lador-Fresher at the University of Manchester deteriorated Wednesday into violence when pro-Palestinian protesters stormed at the diplomat in an attempted attack.
The protesters were waiting for Lador-Fresher outside the lecture hall, but this did not deter her from entering as planned. Immediately upon her exit, the protesters lunged at the diplomat, prompting security guards to whisk her back into the hall. Following a consultation on the site, it was decided to escort her out of the premises in a police car.
The deputy ambassador was removed from the hall and into the police vehicle. However, this did not block the protesters, who surrounded the car and climbed on the hood, trying to break the windshield. Read the rest of this entry »
Asserting their rights not to be dictated to by a seventh-century supremacist Middle East doctrine:
Not a single MP in the lower house of parliament voted against the ban on clothes or veils that do not allow the wearer to be fully identified, including full-face Muslim dress such as the niqab or burqa. There were two abstentions. Supporters said the law would help fight terrorism and grant rights to Muslim women.
Daniel Bacquelaine, one of the liberal MPs who originally called for the ban, insisted the new law was “aimed at stopping people from not being identified”.
“It’s not about introducing any form of discrimination,” he said. Read the rest of this entry »
The quiet marriage of former Zamfara State governor and Senate Minority Whip, Senator Ahmed Sani Yerima to a 13-year old Egyptian girl has continued to attract condemnation by women in Nigeria
A coalition of women groups yesterday took its protest to the Senate, urging the Senate President, David Mark leadership of the Upper House to suspend him for marrying an underaged girl.
The coalition, led by Dr. Mma Nkwocha, comprised the Medical Women Association of Nigeria (MWAN), Women Rights Advancement and Pro-tection Alternative (WRAPA) and the Global Association of Women Attorneys (GAFA). Read the rest of this entry »
The Jihad in Malmö continues apace. The Jews have largely left – and now the ‘youths’ (EUrabian code for ‘young Muslim hoodlums’) are looking for other targets:
A pre-school in Malmö’s Rosengård district was shut down on Monday morning in the interests of staff safety following an extended period of threats and harassment from a gang of local youths.
Henrik Wolter, a health and safety representative for the Swedish Teachers’ Union, took the decision to close the pre-school with immediate effect following consultation with district leaders.
The 34 children who attend the Herrgården pre-school have been moved temporarily to a school in Käglinge in south-east Malmö, but district chief Eva Ahlgren expects the children to move to a new location in Rosengård on Wednesday. In the longer term, places have been set aside for the children at a pre-school affiliated with Rosengård School, which is currently being extended. Read the rest of this entry »
But this is merely the tip of a very substantial iceberg:
A forger has cost the taxpayer ‘millions’ after producing fake visas and passports for thousands of illegal immigrants that were so good they even fooled the Home Office.
Abdullah Azad, 76, was paid thousands of pounds by immigrants, some of whom were given British citizenship on the back of bogus documents he created.
Some had entered legally on work permits or student visas and innocently believed he would help them stay through official channels. Others knew he was working illegally.
Abdullah Azad forged visas that were so good they even fooled the Home Office, Experts believe many could have claimed benefits on the back of his forgeries. Azad, of Disbury, Manchester, used bogus Home Office stamps, letters and endorsements, as well as college stamps and letters and National Insurance number cards. Read the rest of this entry »