Friday, January 12, 2018


Today's Headlines

Guantánamo enemy combatants claim Trump’s ‘anti-Muslim bias’ fuels their detention

Not jihad slaughter. Not sharia-based savagery. Not the murder of our soldiers and citizens. Anti-Muslim bias, that's what keeps these savages locked up. Thank you, President Trump.

Mother of jihad-terror victim opposes the designation of National Day against Islamophobia in Canada, here’s why

Opposition is growing in Canada against this proposal by the NCCM/CAIR-CAN, a lobby known for its endorsement of several proponents of armed jihad in the past.

H.R. McMaster Rushes to Save Iran Nuclear Deal from Team Trump Destruction

H.R. McMaster, President Donald Trump's national security adviser, is reportedly rushing to keep the Iran nuclear deal in place -- despite the pressures from this White House to crumble it.

Germany: Muslim 18-year-old incited Muslim 12-year-old to plot jihad bombing at Christmas market

An Austrian teenager has been charged on several terror-related counts, including inciting and instructing a 12-year-old German-Iraqi boy to carry out an attack on a Christmas market.

President of the Confederation of Jews in France says “In a few decades, there will be no Jews in France”

“Every day we have people who are hurt, every day we have people who are insulted," Ricard Abitbol, President of The Confederation of Jews in France and Friends of Israel told RT. "We can be hurt by words, but we don’t mind, but when we are hurt by a knife, a gun, you can’t say I don’t mind."

Iran Threatens to Ramp Up Enrichment Beyond Pre-Nuclear Pact Pace

Iran has sent a message to America and President Donald Trump that goes like this: Mess with the nuclear deal, and we'll ramp up enrichment.

Greece Limits Sharia Law After European Court Challenge

Lawmakers in Greece just voted to limit the powers of Islamic-run courts that are located in border areas. In other words: No more sharia.

Norway: “Refugee” Muslim cleric charged with being behind jihad group planning “violent actions on European soil”

The prosecutors claim Rawti Shax built up a network of operative cells “to carry out violent actions on European soil or against Western interests to create fear in the population or put pressure on governments and international organizations,” according to the newspaper.

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