Friday, April 01, 2016

Not All Muslims, It's Radical Islam That's The Problem!


Rise of Radical Islam and Right Wing in Europe
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Rise of Radical Islam in Russia "The Danger Grows"  
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Crazy radical muslims in the u.k. kick them out.  
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'If we lose Europe to Radical Islam, we will Lose' - Major Threats to the Western World  
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Before It’s Too Late: Islamic Violence In America
In days to come, America is absolutely destined to see Islamic violence that I believe will make the Belgian airport incident look like a walk in the park
By  Dave Merrick -- Bio and Archives 
April 8, 2016
Obama’s most recent breathtaking whopper, “Republican base has been fed this notion that Islam is inherently violent,” is now plastered all over the Internet like a “BRIDGE IS OUT” sign. Yet any unified protest to this lie is only voiced by a shrinking, relative few who have bothered to do their homework. Barry has once again, just as he has with global warming and other bottomless issues, lied and used his place of influence to shut down the argument for the selfish expediting of his own pet agendas.
Thomas Jefferson’s dream to see an educated, informed Republic be able to make solid decisions in its own governance based upon the FACTS is now, less than three centuries later, practically decimated. He would be sick if he could see how our president is so abusing his trust, and so powerfully deceiving the electorate. Obama has amply demonstrated that, even with the first amendment still up and running, his opposition can advertise the truth as loud as we like while he so egregiously lies like a rug - because, effectively, nobody’s listening.
Anyone who knows anything about Islam knows that “violent Islam” is hidden – in plain sight – packed right in the Koran amongst the verses that appear to speak of peace. It was a liberal-press emboldened Osama bin Laden who fearlessly declared to fellow Muslims and the world, “Some of you have been lax in one duty, which is to unite your ranks.” And he went on to clarify, “Beware of division … Muslims are waiting for you to gather under a single banner to champion righteousness. Be keen to oblige with this duty!” According to bin Laden, his exhortation was only, “what Allah and his prophet (Mohammed) have said.” And Osama himself admitted that it was only after he had taken the time to “discover the deeper things” of the Quran that he became a “real Muslim” (jihadding as a world-class murderer and destroyer).
Knowing all this, today’s lib politicians remain undaunted and skilled past masters at lying to the public. They shamelessly appeal to the airhead mentality that constitutes most of today’s intellectually lazy public. Professional politicians in general lean on the fact that the swelling, brainless mass of 21st century American voters gets most of its news and political punditry from Comedy Central. But even an idiot might at least ask, “If Islam is pushing to dominate the rest of the world, why WOULDN’T it, here in the U.S.?”
The current liberal hayride is easily attributable to the unfathomable ignorance of most of its constituency. As I have stated before, Barack’s strongest card is simply his street savvy that doesn’t waste time with fact or calling attention to the lost lessons of history that only confuse or depress his audience. Certainly, the true cost of liberty is to be ever vigilant. But our current leader is using his power to build a sedative for a flock of lambs who fully believe “pragmatism” and “racism” are synonymous and equally to be shunned.
The consensus today is that our liberties came packed with the real estate we stole from Native Americans. It’s exactly that kind of naivete/stupidity that will sit still in the face of a moronic sales pitch that compares hundreds of thousands of jihad-infected Iranians and terrorist plants to the legitimately “dream chasing” European and Mediterranean immigrants of a hundred years ago.
Today’s liberals don’t allow enough light on the subject to give people time to recall or discover that the immigrants of that time hadn’t been indoctrinated, FROM BIRTH, to the idea that America is actually “The Great Satan.” Nor are we to take to heart that the Judeo-Christian Bible from which we drew our liberty and laws is not similarly recognized as authoritative by this influx of open-handed Muslims. And so these new “dream chasers” feel no compunction to obey any law other than their own inbred sharia (which is now sprouting like cancer in the eastern hemisphere).
In a four-year-old interview, Sharia4Belgium’s recently imprisoned leader, Abu Imran, smiled confidently as he stressed that sharia and Islam are the same. “Only the words are different, and democracy is the opposite of sharia/Islam.” So even the anti-Islamic WARNING 80 years earlier from Winston Churchill is now ultra-corroborated on our own shores since 9-11 (does anyone remember?), and now, most recently, with the Brussels airport bombing. And the most powerful American who has twice sworn to protect us and our Constitution isn’t just looking the other way – he is aiding and abetting the progress of Islam’s injection into our limping and borderless nation.
In days to come, America is absolutely destined to see Islamic violence that I believe will make the Belgian airport incident look like a walk in the park. When those days happen (what history has commonly defined as “too late”) we will then, FINALLY, see our ISLAMIC SYMPATHIZING leader – WHO KNEW BETTER – as the plant he will have then been proven to be. In the meantime, those of us who are quite frantically begging for caution are dismissed as racist paranoids.
Brussels attacks: Police strike halts Brussels airport reopening
BBC News
01 April 2016
Test have been carried out at Zaventem under tight security
Plans to partially reopen Brussels airport on Friday evening have been halted amid a strike by airport police over security concerns.
The Zaventem facility has been closed since a twin suicide bomb attack on the departures hall on 22 March.
The SLFP police union told the BBC that security measures put in place for the reopening were insufficient.
So-called Islamic State (IS) said it carried out bombings of the airport and metro system that killed 32 people.
Who were the victims?
Did blunders hamper inquiry?
Links between Brussels and Paris attacks
Molenbeek's gangster jihadists
Vincent Gilles, the president of the SLFP, the largest police union in Belgium, said: "We are on strike because of what happened on 22 March - we cannot continue as if this day has not happened.
"The police feel the security measures put in place by the airport company are insufficient for those who work and use the airport."
He says metal detectors, body scanners and x-ray machines should be set up to screen people before they are allowed into terminals.
The authorities have so far rejected this, arguing that such checks would create new queues outside the buildings, leading to fresh security risks.
Departure terminal following the March 22, 2016 bombing at Zaventem
AirportImage copyright Reuters
The departure area was badly damaged in the bombing
In an earlier statement, the airport's operators had said a partial reopening would be possible on Friday evening, after a temporary check-in system had been tested and made ready.
However, it said the departures area, which was severely damaged by the bomb attacks, would only operate at 20% of normal capacity, receiving only 800 departing passengers per hour.
The operator said on Friday this could not now go ahead because of the strike. Belgian media said the government was still considering the possibility of a reopening.
Defence Minister Steven Vandeput said: "We must find a balance between economic needs and security needs."
Criminal backgrounds
The airport operator's chief executive, Arnaud Feist, said earlier this week that the airport would take months to reopen fully.
CCTV shows suspects in Brussels airport attack on March 22, 2016Image copyright Reuters
Police are still searching for the suspect on the right
In an earlier open letter to authorities published by Belgian broadcaster VRT (in Dutch), police had said they had sent "strong daily signals regarding the overall security at the airport".
They also alleged that too many airport employees had criminal backgrounds.
Police are still searching for the third man who took part in the airport attacks. The man, pictured on CCTV wearing a hat, was said to have fled the scene without detonating his explosive device.
The two airport bombers who died have been named as Najim Laachraoui and Ibrahim el-Bakraoui.
Bakraoui's brother, Khalid el-Bakraoui, blew himself up at Maelbeek metro station.
Police later found a computer in which Ibrahim el-Bakraoui left a final message.
The BBC has learned that the same computer contained plans and photos of Prime Minister Charles Michel's office and home.
Also on Friday, an Italian court approved the extradition of Djamal Eddine Ouali, an Algerian national accused of forging identity documents for those involved in the Brussels bombings and in the Paris attacks that killed 130 people in November.
Mr Ouali, 40, was arrested last weekend in the southern Italian city of Salerno. The court said he would be sent to Belgium within 10 says. His lawyer said he would appeal.

Hollande backtracks on revoking citizenship of dual-national terrorists  
Published on Mar 30, 2016
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10,000 millionaires abandon France over Islam fears
Progressives, who inexplicably still seek to coddle the worst humanity has to offer
By  Robert Laurie -- Bio and Archives
March 31, 2016
As we’ve argued before; when a country fails to solve its problems, those who are capable of leaving will do so. There’s no reason for a person of reasonable wealth to stay in a nation that’s making his or her life miserable. That’s not rocket science; it’s just simple economics.
So, when you look at a nation like France, you might assume that the ugly trifecta of high taxation, high cost of living, and radical Islam is incentivizing the departure of the financially stable.  ...And you’d be right - if you placed the emphasis on radical Islam.
A new report indicates that thousands of wealthy people have decided to abandon France in the wake of the Paris attacks.  As reported by IBT, The study was “compiled by New World Wealth, an agency that gives information on the global wealth sector.”
So, just how bad is it?
According to the report, Millionaire migration in 2015, France topped the list of countries with maximum millionaire outflows as it lost 10,000 millionaires, or 3% of its millionaire population. Among the cities that saw maximum millionaire outflow, Paris, was at the top – losing about 6% of its millionaire population or 7,000 millionaires in 2015 to the UK, the US, Canada, Australia and Israel.
“The large outflow of millionaires from France is notable – France is being heavily impacted by rising religious tensions between Christians and Muslims, especially in urban areas. We expect that millionaire migration away from France will accelerate over the next decade as these tensions escalate,” the report warns.
Like I said above, this probably isn’t solely about terrorism but, for a lot of these people, radical Islam is likely the straw that broke the camel’s back. The countries to which they’re fleeing tend to confirm they’ve had their fill of Islamic fascists.  If that’s the case, what about the rest of Europe?
The report warns that other European countries, including the UK, Belgium, Germany and Sweden “where religious tensions are starting to emerge”, will also see similar trends.
Progressives, who inexplicably still seek to coddle the worst humanity has to offer, will no doubt argue that Islam plays no part in the exodus. They’ll probably portray this as a symptom of extreme greed and avarice. Then they’ll say this is a paltry number of people. However, it’s pretty clear.  Many of those who have the means to do so are leaving. The more Europe kow-tows to its enemies, the more it allows itself to be subjugated by their hateful ideology, the more this trend will continue and accelerate.
Brussels attacks: Molenbeek's gangster jihadists
BBC News
24 March 2016
In the poor inner-city areas of Brussels, deprivation, petty crime and radicalisation appear to have gone hand in hand. The BBC's Secunder Kermani has been finding out how drinking, smoking cannabis and fighting - combined with resentment towards white Belgian society for its perceived discrimination against Arabs - prepared some young men for a role as fighters in Syria, and terrorists in Europe.
Molenbeek is a place full of contradictions.
It's just a few minutes away from the heart of the European Union, but this densely populated district of Brussels has 40% youth unemployment.
It's been in the spotlight ever since the Paris attacks in November when it was revealed that the ringleader, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, and three of the other attackers grew up in Molenbeek.
Salah Abdeslam was arrested on 18 March
They include Salah Abdeslam - who was arrested after a four-month manhunt back in his home neighbourhood.
How did he manage to stay hidden for so long? And why have so many young people from Molenbeek ended up as jihadists?
Most people in Molenbeek are rather sick of journalists - they resent the way they are portrayed in the media as a "jihadist capital of Europe". But one phrase you often hear when foreign journalists attempt a vox pop is that "terrorism has nothing to do with Islam".
Certainly, many of those who joined IS from the area did not come from particularly religious backgrounds.
Salah Abdeslam and his elder brother Brahim - who blew himself up in the Paris attacks - used to run a cafe in Molenbeek that sold alcohol and was closed down for drug offences. One friend of the brothers who used to hang out there told me he would regularly see Brahim Abdeslam "watching IS videos, with a joint in one hand, and a beer in another". He said Brahim would spout off radical statements but that no-one took him seriously.
Another friend showed me a video from a Brussels nightclub of the two Abdeslam brothers on a night out with girls, drinking and dancing - this was February 2015, just months before they started to plan the attacks in Paris.
The network that the Abdeslam brothers had around them - based as much on personal loyalty, disenchantment and petty crime as radical ideology would be key in helping Salah escape after the Paris attacks. The network was not just in Molenbeek but stretched across the so-called "croissant pauvre" (poor crescent) of Brussels - a semi-circle of deprived inner-city neighbourhoods including Schaerbeek, where Salah had a safe house, and Laeken, where some of those who helped hide him grew up.
While making a documentary for Panorama, I read the transcript of the interrogation of two of Salah Abdeslam's friends, whom he called on the night of the Paris attacks asking for help.
Hamza Attou and Mohammed Amri tell police Abdeslam said he had had a car accident and needed to be picked up. Attou claims that once they arrived Abdeslam threatened "to blow up the car if we didn't take him to Brussels".
But Amri then goes on to describe how the three men drive around Paris for about "the time it took to smoke a joint" before attempting the journey back. According to Attou, they try to drive along smaller, quieter roads - but end up lost and back on the motorway. Then they smoke a further three joints on the drive back to Brussels - they are stopped at three separate police checkpoints but allowed to pass.
At one, according to Attou, a police officer "asked Amri whether he had drunk. Amri said, 'Yes'… The police officer told Amri it wasn't good to have drunk, but that wasn't their priority today."
Back in Brussels Abdeslam changed his clothes and his appearance. According to Attou, he went to a barber's where he "got himself shaved, trimmed his hair and shaved a line on his eyebrow".
He then called another friend and told him to drop him off in another neighbourhood. These three friends were all arrested a few hours later. According to another of the circle, "they are all in jail for nothing - just because they helped Salah without thinking".
Abdeslam would remain on the run for the next four months before being arrested. It may be hard to imagine anyone agreeing to help someone involved in an atrocity like the Paris attacks - but it seems Abdeslam was able to draw upon both a network of IS supporters, and also a small network of people who were not necessarily extremists, but who felt a sense of personal loyalty to him - and a mistrust of the Belgian state.
There is certainly a sense of disaffection among many in Molenbeek. I spent an evening on a street corner talking to one young Muslim man who had been accused of attempting to travel to Syria.
He alternated between fixing me with an intense stare, and refusing to make any eye contact - exuding an air of slight volatility. Initially when I told him I wanted to understand why someone would commit an attack like the one in Paris - he told me I should travel to Raqqa, and ask people there. For him Western air strikes against IS were the answer.
But then he changed his mind. It was the fault of domestic conditions. He railed against the Belgian government - against white Belgians, who hated those of Arab descent, he said. And he would repeat "there is no democracy here" - a feeling that you can't express any view dissenting from the mainstream without being labelled extreme.
Many other young people I spoke to, who had no connection with extremism whatsoever, also had grievances about the way Muslims are treated. Some described how having a Molenbeek address made getting a job harder, and girls who wore the hijab complained of laws banning the headscarf in many places of work.
Sheikh Bassam Ayachi used to be considered a leading radical preacher in Molenbeek. The Syrian-born cleric, now 70 years old, arrived in the area in the 1990s. Some accuse him of sowing the seeds of radical Islam in Molenbeek - but he unequivocally condemns events like the Paris attacks.
When the Syrian conflict began, he travelled back to his homeland. Now allied to mainstream Islamist rebels, he's a staunch opponent of both the Assad regime and IS. So much so that the group tried to assassinate him, planting a bomb in his car. The attack cost him an arm but he survived.
Over Skype I asked him why he thought so many young people from his old neighbourhood in Molenbeek were joining IS - a group he believes "sully the name of Islam, and sully the name of the Syrian revolution".
He put it down to the lack of action against the Assad regime on the one hand, and domestic factors on the other.
"The young people from Molenbeek feel frustrated because they were marginalised by the Belgian government. They have never tried to give them work, education, social help in order to get them integrated into society," he said.
"Some of them were delinquents, selling hashish and so on. Over time they ended up in prison. In prison they found that returning to religion was something amazing: 'We can forget about any of the stupid things we did in our lives.' So they turned to religion but with hatred in them against Western society."
That sense of a need to atone for past sins is perhaps one reason why so many of those from Molenbeek who ended up with IS had criminal backgrounds.
Brahim Abdeslam - Salah's older brother - died after he set off his suicide belt in Paris café
Although, as one friend of the Abdeslam brothers tells me, "It can't be that, we've all had problems with the police, we don't all end up like that." He's at a loss to explain the cause of their radicalisation - clinging rather forlornly to an idea that perhaps they did it for money, and didn't realise what they were getting into.
Or perhaps the reason for the crossover between crime and jihad is the macho glamour associated with both. A former friend of one of the leading figures in the Paris attacks described him to me as "someone who always liked a fight".
But many of these young men didn't stumble into the jihadist world completely unaided. For the early years of the Syrian conflict, according to community leaders, it was normal to see "recruiters", barred from operating in mosques, talking to groups of followers on the streets, in cafes or in private study circles.
One of the most successful of them was a man called Khalid Zerkani - now in jail in Belgium. His entourage included Abdelhamid Abaaoud, plus another of the Paris attackers, and a man currently in prison in Morocco for alleged links to the Paris cell.
One-hundred-and-thirty people were killed and hundreds wounded in the Paris attacks
According to court files he wouldn't only preach to would-be jihadists, but would put them in touch with smugglers in Turkey who would transport them into Syria, and he would dole out stolen gifts to them - earning himself the nickname of "Papa Noel" - Santa Claus.
One of the young men in his circle of influence was Yoni Mayne - who ended up travelling to Syria alongside Abdelhamid Abaaoud. His mother blames Zerkani for his radicalisation. "He has destroyed the life of my son, who was 23. He has also destroyed my life. I will not forgive him."
She saw her son change after meeting Zerkani: "He used to wear brands only - Gucci, Dior, Versace... He left everything behind, even perfume, he left everything. He would wear robes only, like a Saudi."
In 2013, Yoni left for Syria. He returned, but his mother was terrified he would leave again, "I told the police he intended to leave because the phone kept ringing, even when he was asleep, to harass him. I got in touch with the police once again and I told them that he intended to leave. They said that he would not leave, that they would do something."
But the police didn't do anything. Yoni left for Syria in early 2014 and was killed a few months later.
When he and many of the others first left Brussels for Syria the conflict was far simpler. They may have had fundamentalist interpretations of religion but their primary intention was to stop the abuses being perpetrated by the Assad regime.
But most gravitated towards IS, and their radicalisation, and desensitisation to violence would have only continued.
There are people trying to solve the issues in Brussels. At the BBA gym - many of whose members come from Molenbeek - there's a mix of colours, races and religions. One former gym member did end up going to Syria and being killed. Another is currently in jail in Turkey, accused of links to the Paris attacks.
Club president Mohamed Maalem says his biggest task is to give young people a sense of self-esteem. Many who are third or fourth generation immigrants struggle with their identity, he says. "They go to Morocco they're told they're Belgian. Here they're told they're Moroccans. They don't feel at home anywhere - so they're forever trying to find out who they are."
One of the trainers at the club argues that the key cause of radicalisation in Molenbeek is a sense, rightly or wrongly, of not having a future.
"Radicalisation doesn't start with a religious ideal," he says. "The guys I know [who went to Syria] they have no ideology, they have no big ideas... They are going because they are leaving something. They are fed up with this society."
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