Archive for February, 2011
The weekend’s here – so here’s weekly run-down of the Islamist war porn that Google/YouTube allows to proliferate (and profits from), on the world’s number one video sharing site. Time for Google/YouTube Hall of Shame – Week 11:
While committing enormous resources to ensure that they don’t get sued for copyright infringement from Big Media and the Porn industry, Google/YouTube seems more than happy to allow often appallingly-violent video clips to be able to make their way direct from some of the world’s most wanted Muslim terrorists (including luminaries from such esteemed organisations as Hamas, al-Qaeda, the Taliban, Lashkar-e-Taiba) – direct to your childrens’ bedrooms. Read the rest of this entry »
Tell us something we didn’t know.
The government’s counterterrorism watchdog believes Britain’s universities are reluctant to deal with radicalisation on campus and says a report by vice-chancellors that rejects demands to ban controversial speakers is “weak”.
Lord Carlile, who is in charge of overseeing the government’s counterterrorism strategy, Prevent, urges ministers to develop a “new narrative” for combating extremism, supporting moderate Muslim theologians against al-Qaeda. “You have to meet like with like,” he says.
He is scathing about the conclusion reached by Universities UK, representing 133 universities – and says their report contains a “glaring omission”. He told the Guardian: “[There] is a total failure to deal with how to identify and handle individuals who might be suspected of radicalising or being radicalised whilst within the university.” Read the rest of this entry »
… and this was Police advice from Muslim North Sudan, illustrating precisely why the largely Christian and traditionalist South voted by an amazingly slim margin of 99.57% to separate from it:
A Christian widow in north Sudan is agonizing over the kidnapping of her daughter eight months ago by suspected Islamic extremists in Khartoum.
“Since my daughter was kidnapped, I have been living in a state of fear and terror,” said Ikhlas Anglo, 35, a mother of two daughters.
She said her 15-year-old daughter, Hiba Abdelfadil Anglo, went missing while returning from the Ministry of Education in Khartoum on June 27, 2010. Hiba, a member of Sudan Presbyterian Evangelical Church in Khartoum, had gone to the education ministry office to obtain her transcripts for entry to secondary school. Read the rest of this entry »
An armchair video Shaheed is off to Her Majesty’s Prison Paradise – and all the more incentive to support and help Undhimmi/Smackdown Corps/MyPetJawa campaign to get the terrorists off YouTube:
A ‘YouTube terrorist’ who put Islamic extremist videos online is jailed for five years.
Videos included images of Osama bin Laden, bodies of children and a coalition Jeep being blown up
Police say conviction is one of the first for spreading terrorist publications via the internet
A law student dubbed the ‘YouTube terrorist’ who posted Islamic propaganda on the internet after becoming radicalised was jailed for five years today. Read the rest of this entry »
No Terrorist Like an Old Terrorist:
Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Bashir on Thursday denied leading an Al-Qaeda-style group that was plotting attacks and assassinations in Indonesia, as his trial resumed amid tight security.
But he said that Muslims carrying out weapons training did so as a divinely-ordered “act of worship” so as to “defend Islam”.
The preacher, who is revered by Islamists around the region, is accused of leading a militant group that was discovered last year training recruits in Aceh province to wage jihad or holy war.
Police jostled with about 200 of the 72-year-old’s supporters who tried to enter the court as he arrived under tight guard amid shouts of “Allahu akbar” (God is greatest). Read the rest of this entry »