Wednesday, August 27, 2014 

Documentary, The Price of Honor, set to open September 7

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported that a new documentary about the honor murder committed by Yaser Abdel Said against his two daughters Amina and Sarah in 2008, will be screened on September 7 in Dallas.

On a related note, Opposing Views says there's been word the Islamisogynist may be in New York:
Six years ago, Yaser Abdel Said, now 57, made headlines after he killed his two teenage daughters. Investigators concluded the murders were honor killings that Said doled out because his daughters were dating non-Muslim boys.

Said was never arrested – or even found – after the murders, and the FBI believes he may have fled to Egypt. The case hasn’t received much public attention in recent years until now, as a documentary on the killings is set to be released. The film, "The Price of Honor," intends to educate the public on both Said’s murders and honor killings in general.

[...] The FBI believes Said may be in New York or Egypt. Private investigator Bill Warner, who was hired by the girls’ family after the murders, thinks he could be in New York City working as a taxi driver.

“It’s all he knows and I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if he’s there working as a taxi driver,” investigator Bill Warner told Fox News in May. “He could blend in at a metropolis like New York.”
That's because there's ways to get around the system, enabling them to work illegally. If that monster's there, anyone who identifies him should contact the authorities immediately.

I encourage all to find and view this documentary, and hope it'll be screened without fear.

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Tuesday, August 26, 2014 

Lakewood native missing after Jerusalem hiking trip

Another student - this one from New Jersey's Lakewood neighborhood - has gone missing, leading to more fears you can guess:
Israeli police said Tuesday they are searching for a young New Jersey religious student who disappeared during a hike in a forest outside Jerusalem last week.

Aaron Sofer, 23, of Lakewood, N.J., has been missing since Friday, when he went on a hike with a friend in the Jerusalem Forest, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said.

Rosenfeld said police have launched an extensive search for Sofer, an ultra-Orthodox student at a yeshiva, a Jewish religious school. Sofer's parents have flown to Israel.

Shlomo Sofer, Aaron's cousin, criticized the search response and called on the Israeli military to get involved. He told FoxNews.com roughly 500 people took part in searches of the Beit Zayit area of the woods on Tuesday. [...]

"This is a young, American student who came to Israel to spend a year or two here," he said. "And there's no reason to assume he has committed suicide or has done anything silly or immature. We feel they should be taking further measures in terms of investigating a possible abduction."
The fears of kidnapping are very legitimate in these tense times, so they better continue to act serious about this. It's bad enough the reaction to the kidnapping of the 3 yeshiva students 2 months ago was awful. They should not make the same mistake here.

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Monday, August 25, 2014 

Rockets fired anew from Lebanon

Rocket fire from Lebanon - most likely a product of the Hezbollah - was fired at Israel again for the first time in several years:
Two rockets were fired into Israel by Lebanese militants, prompting rocket sirens in towns along the border late Monday, including in the cities of Kiryat Shmona and Metula.

Following the rocket attack, reports stated that one rocket had fallen in an open area and that the IDF was retaliating at the rocket launching source.

According to the English-language Daily Star, the rockets were launched in the vicinity of Jarmaq, not far from the Litani River in southern Lebanon. Witnesses reported dozens of shells landing on the river's banks near Jarmaq and Ayshieh. Lebanese authorities are reportedly searching for the perpetrators of the rocket fire.

Earlier in the evening, central Israel and the Shfela region came under fire. Sirens could be heard in Rishon Lezion, Savyon, Bat Yam, Holon, Ramle and other Tel Aviv suburbs.

The Iron Dome intercepted one rocket over the region.
So now we've got missile danger coming from two sides or more. This is terrible.

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Indian woman victim of "love jihad"

A professional markswoman in India was abused by a Muslim husband in what's now being called "love jihad":
The news of national shooter Tara Sahdev’s husband unleashing dogs on her has sent shock chills across the nation. The reason behind this heinous act has been her decision of not agreeing for the religion conversion as demanded by her husband. Jharkhand born Tara Sahdev has alleged that her husband Ranjit Kumar Kohli had been pressurizing to convert her religion to Islam and when she denied doing anything of that sort, she was subjected to physical assaults on various occasions – including dogs being unleashed on her and also keeping her without food for days.

In her claims, Tara Sahdev accused Ranjit Kumar Kohli of marrying her under pretext of wrong identity and that he was a Muslim man named Rakibul Hasan. The national shooter said that she was wooed by Ranjit who used to come and watch her practice on the shooting grounds. The two came close and got married on July 7 in a grand affair that was attended by several big names, including politicians. But the nightmare began from the first night itself when Ranjit Kumar Kohli alias Rakibul Hasan called 20-25 Hajis and forced Tara to convert to Islam. And when she refused, she was brutally assaulted and left to be bitten by dogs. Rakibul also tried to physical force himself upon her.

Tara Sahdev had registered the complaint and gave her statement against her husband in front of DSP Deepak Kumar. She had also decided to report her turmoil to State National Commission for Women’s chief, Mahua Manjhi and BJP leader Ajay Nath Shahdev.
Here's more on India TV:
According to Tara, Rakibul kept her under confinement for one month and forced her to convert into Islam.

Tara alleged that Rakibul made her starve and even changed her name to Sara, to which she protested strongly.

“He did not let me meet anybody. He threatened to beat me and even said that he will shoot me if I refuse to convert into Islam… he assaulted me very badly. I was forced to speak ‘qubool hai’ three times and also to say I am not a Hindu as I have changed my religion. I was even bitten by dogs,”
she said.

Tara said that Rakibul also forced her to get physical with him.

“He tortured me mentally and had sex with me on a gunpoint,”
she said.

[...] She further said that Ranjit did not disclose that he was a Muslim and instead faked his identity.
It may or may not be surprising a Muslim would keep dogs around, no matter how much Islam regards canines as filthy. As this horror story hints, a Muslim might keep dogs around just for using to target innocent people. The savage who commited this spousal abuse while concealing his true background should be locked in a dungeon for eternity.

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Sunday, August 24, 2014 

UK Muslim strategist admits their responsibility for "jihad generation", or does he?

The UK Independent tells of a local Muslim activist who's supposedly admitting his community's guilt in raising a modern jihad generation:
British society, its political class and community leaders must share the blame for the "jihad generation" of young men and women joining the Islamic State terrorist organisation, a former senior Muslim Army officer says today.

Afzal Amin, who was chairman of the Armed Forces Muslim Association, a conflict strategist and a military adviser on winning "hearts and minds" in Afghanistan, says young Muslims in inner-city Britain have been left disenfranchised by politics and let down by imams and other community leaders.
Seriously? If they were really disappointed, they wouldn't have listened to them in the first place.
Establishing the counter-narrative should not be left to "self-appointed Muslim community leaders" who have "failed and are failing in every aspect of the evolution of the British Muslim communities from foreign-born and raised immigrants to becoming native Brits". The former army captain added: "Almost all the mosques I know and know of have foreign imams who cannot even communicate with young people, let alone convince them of anything. Mosques almost everywhere are seen as out of touch and failing in their duty to guide young people.

"We must not be afraid to ask the difficult questions and to thoroughly cleanse our ghettoised communities from feeling so distant from the ideals of what it means to live in a free society where you can choose to practise faith or not to, where you can live alongside every faith and none, where your rights are protected under law and you are an equal citizen. These are noble values, yet in Muslim communities I have almost never heard these being discussed with young people in inner-city areas."

Mr Amin questioned why, despite being the single largest employer of imams in the UK, the prison system does not rehabilitate extremists sufficiently.
Hasn't it dawned upon him? They don't rehabilitate, they indoctrinate, all in synch with the Koran's beliefs. What we have here is either a taqqiya master, or just somebody throughly naive about the belief system he sticks with. People like him will not get the Muslim community to turn around, not in the UK, not anywhere.

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Saturday, August 23, 2014 

4-year old murdered by mortar rocket from Gaza

The Hamas attacks have claimed the life of a young innocent:
A four-year-old Israeli boy was killed by a mortar shell fired from the Gaza Strip on Friday afternoon. The boy, named late Friday as Daniel Tragerman, was at home with his parents and siblings at Kibbutz Nahal Oz in the Sha’ar Hanegev Region, close to the border with Gaza, when the attack took place.

An Israeli army spokesperson said the fatal shell was fired from near a school used as a shelter for Palestinian refugees. Earlier Israeli officials had said it was fired from an UNRWA school — an assertion the IDF later corrected.

Sirens wailed only very shortly before the mortar shell struck outside the Tragerman family home at the kibbutz, and his parents — Doron and Gila — were unable to get their son Daniel into their protected room in time. He was killed by shrapnel from the explosion that smashed into the house.

Daniel is the first Israeli child to die in the current Israel-Hamas conflict. His death brought the Israeli death toll since Operation Protective Edge began on July 8 to 68.

He was critically wounded, and later died of his wounds.

Several cars and buildings sustained damage from the fire following the explosion of the mortar shell.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Hamas would pay a “heavy price” for the killing. In a phone call to local Sha’ar Hanegev council head Alon Shuster, Netanyahu said the IDF and Shin Bet would intensify their operations against Hamas and other Gaza terror groups until sustained calm was guaranteed for Israel.
Absolutely repulsive, and the government/army is going to have to get a lot more serious if they want to prove they can put a genuine stop to Hamas and their barbarism. The kid's parents wanted him to be able to grow up normally, and now, tragedy has struck instead.

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Friday, August 22, 2014 

Miracle for a kindergarten

A kindergarten in Ashkelon was nearly struck by a missile, and thankfully, it missed:
A salvo of rockets landed close to a packed Israeli kindergarten in the south on Friday, breaking the calm after a relatively quiet night.

A five-rocket salvo saw the Iron Dome intercept two rockets over Ashkelon. Three rockets struck the western Negev; one of them landed just 12 meters (roughly feet) from a packed kindergarten. Luckily, all children and staff are safe; the building was protected from rocket fire and all of the occupants were in safe areas.
But if the Hamas isn't defeated for good, the danger will still loom, and next time may not be so lucky. That's why the government is going to have to start taking serious considerations.

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Thursday, August 21, 2014 

Hamas admits they kidnapped and murdered the 3 yeshiva students

Now, after all the rocket fire they last caused, they're willing to admit it:
A senior Hamas leader has said the group carried out the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teens in the West Bank in June -- the first time anyone from the Islamic militant group has said it was behind an attack that helped spark the current war in the Gaza Strip.

Saleh Arouri told a conference in Turkey on Wednesday that Hamas's military wing, the al-Qassam Brigades, carried out what he described as a "heroic operation" with the broader goal of sparking a new Palestinian uprising.

"It was an operation by your brothers from the al-Qassam Brigades," he said, saying Hamas hoped to exchange the youths for Palestinian prisoners held by Israel.

Hamas has repeatedly praised the kidnappings, but Arouri, the group's exiled West Bank leader, is the first member to claim responsibility. Israel has accused Hamas of orchestrating the kidnappings and identified two operatives as the chief suspects. The two men remain on the loose.

Arouri's admission shows "Hamas has no qualms whatsoever about targeting innocent civilians," said Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev.
If the Israeli government maintains any further "negotiations" with Hamas at this point, it will only be an insult to the memory of the students and many other victims of jihad. For now, the government and army have done something positive, by wiping out 3 Hamas leaders after the last rocket attack. But they've still got a lot more improvements to make, and that includes obliteration of the entire Hamas infrastructure.

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