Saudi’s to bulldoze warlord Muhammad’s tomb in Mecca

Originally posted on The Muslim Issue:

Saudis risk new Muslim division with proposal to move Mohamed’s tomb

Second-holiest site in Islam attracts millions of pilgrims each year

Andrew Johnson, UK Independent

One of Islam’s most revered holy sites – the tomb of the Prophet Mohamed – could be destroyed and his body removed to an anonymous grave under plans which threaten to spark discord across the Muslim world.

The controversial proposals are part of a consultation document by a leading Saudi academic which has been circulated among the supervisors of al-Masjid al-Nabawi mosque in Medina, where the remains of the Prophet are housed under the Green Dome, visited by millions of pilgrims and venerated as Islam’s second-holiest site. The formal custodian of the mosque is Saudi Arabia’s ageing monarch King Abdullah.

The plans, brought to light by another Saudi academic who has exposed and criticised the destruction of holy places and artefacts in Mecca – the…

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British BBC Call In Poll Records 95% of Repondents Stating The Multiculturalism Experiment A Failure….

Originally posted on The Last Refuge:

To wit the hard-line moonbat liberal proclaims: If people won’t accept cultural assimilation on their own, the solution is to force the population to live in greater proximity to each other. Watch:

See the pontificating ooze of Marxism from the young moonbat?

Multiculturalism is stated by the audience to be a failed social experiment. Culturally, and carrying inherent contrasts in values, people are just different; and the little borg defender can’t stand the thought of it. So his solution: “force it upon them”.

Yet again proving that multiculturalism carried to its logical conclusion is antithetical to freedom.

It is no wonder why UKIP is on the rise and well positioned to destroy the professional political class in the UK.

Moonbat world looks like this:

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Daily Caller interview by Ginni Thomas

Originally posted on Refugee Resettlement Watch:

I was honored to be interviewed by Ginni Thomas for her “Leaders” series last week.  You can see the 22-minute interview by clicking here. (May take a few seconds to load video, or at least it does on my computer!).

More of Ginni Thomas’s interviews may be found by clicking here:

Here is some of the text introduction:

As Labor Day looms, President Obama’s immigration policy looks to become a war on American workers. Without prioritizing who’s allowed to come to America, former liberal Ann Corcoran says “the American worker loses. The numbers are too high. We can’t assimilate this many people.”

Marylander Ann Corcoran, who says she was “tea party” before the movement existed, has written a daily blog, as a volunteer activist, at Refugee Resettlement Watch for the last seven years to inform and engage citizens.

Refugee Resettlement Watch is a small but growing daily blog…

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Paul Weston:Where are the Politicians on Rotherham’s 1400 Child Rape Victims?


Published on Sep 1, 2014 by Liberty GB:

Where are UKIP, Labour, the Tories and Liberal Democrats on the Muslim grooming gang issue? Liberty GB is the only party talking about this atrocity, and why it happens – Islam, Muhammed and the Quran.

Iraqi forces claim to have broken ISIS siege of Shiite town


Fox News,  August 31, 2014:

Iraqi security forces, along with Shiite militiamen, broke a nearly two-month siege by Islamic State militants on the northern Shiite Turkmen town of Amirli, Iraqi officials said on Sunday.

Army spokesman Lt. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi said the operation started at dawn Sunday and the forces entered the town shortly after midday, The Associated Press reported.

Speaking live on state TV, al-Moussawi said the forces suffered “some casualities,” but did not give a specific number. He said fighting was “still ongoing to clear the surrounding villages.”

Breaking the siege was a “big achievement and an important victory” he said, for all involved: the Iraqi army, elite troops, Kurdish fighters and Shiite militias.

However, U.S. officials would not confirm reports that security forces had broken the siege and Pentagon sources told Fox News to expect more U.S. airstrikes in the Amerli area throughout Sunday.

About 15,000 Shiite Turkmens had been stranded in the farming community, some 105 north of Baghdad. Instead of fleeing in the face of the Islamic State drive across northern Iraq, the Shiite Turkmens have stayed and fortified their town with trenches and armed positions.

Iraqi troops began the push to retake the town from ISIS on Saturday. Its water and electricity have been cut off since June and surrounded by militants since mid-July.

Some residents have said that the Iraqi military’s efforts to fly in food, water and other aid have not been enough amid oppressive heat, lack of electrical power — the town’s power station was destroyed weeks ago — and shelling from the militants.

The U.S. had been watching the area closely in case a slaughter of the Turkmen appeared imminent and air support was needed, said Michael Knights, who studies Iraq and the Persian Gulf as a fellow of The Washington Institute. U.S. airstrikes will hasten the success of the relief effort on the ground, he said.

About half of the town’s population is age 15 and under while many others are elderly, sick or wounded, Knights said.

“They are remarkably vulnerable, and ISIS is determined to kill as many of these people as possible,” Knights said, referring to an acronym for the Islamic State group. “As the Nazis felt about the Jews, so ISIS feels about the Shia Muslims.”

The Turkmen are Iraq’s third largest ethnic group after Arabs and Kurds. They make up about 4 percent of Iraq’s population. Iraqi forces were airlifted into the area on Saturday

“We thank God for this victory over terrorists,” al-Bayati told The Associated Press by phone from the outskirts of Amirli. “The people of Amirli are very happy to see that their ordeal is over and that the terrorists are being defeated by Iraqi forces. It is a great day in our life.”

State TV stopped regular programs and started airing patriotic songs following the victory announcement, praising the country’s security forces. They have been fighting the militants for weeks without achieving significant progress on the ground.

On Saturday, the U.S. conducted airstrikes against the Sunni militants and air-dropped humanitarian aid to residents. Aircraft from Australia, France and Britain joined the U.S. in the aid drop, which came after a request from the Iraqi government.  The U.S. Central Command said another airstrike on Sunday damaged a tank used by Islamic State fighters.

The Pentagon’s press secretary, Rear Adm. John Kirby, said military operations would be limited in scope and duration as needed to address the humanitarian crisis in Amirli and protect the civilians trapped in the town.

The Islamic State extremist group has seized cities, towns and vast tracts of land in northeastern Syria and northern and western Iraq. It views Shiites as apostates and has carried out a number of massacres and beheadings — often posting grisly videos and photos of the atrocities online.

The Associated Press and Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin contributed to this report.

India is experiencing rampant increase in ‘LoveJihad’ (grooming) conversion strategy of young girls to Islam

Originally posted on The Muslim Issue:

LoveJihad is rampant in India with one state alone (Kerala) having at least 4,000 cases of young girls being secretly groomed into conversion and sexual jihad to expand the Islamic state. The process is also well-known in Egypt, where teenage Coptic girls disappear frequently. If the families of the girls — who often have a good idea of the identity of the abductors — attempt to find their daughters or sisters, they are generally met with official indifference and threatened into silence by their Muslim neighbors.

India appears to be faced with the same problem we see in the West with liberal, ignorant cry-babies standing in the way from dealing with this serious problem threatening their country. “Liberal” means ignorant and unaware of any reality. The Trojan Pig is now inside the gates, right in the center of the square, with a belly full of enemies ready to invade and…

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Saudi Arabia looking for U.S. to confront ISIS threat

Originally posted on Cultural Jihad:

Saudi Arabia does not engage and maintain relationships with the west as a friend but as a useful tool to protect their own self-interests.

Saudi king warns West will be jihadists’ next target

Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) (AFP) – King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has warned that the West will be the next target of the jihadists sweeping through Syria and Iraq, unless there is “rapid” action.

“If we ignore them, I am sure they will reach Europe in a month and America in another month,” he said in remarks quoted on Saturday by Asharq al-Awsat daily and Saudi-backed Al-Arabiya television station.

“Terrorism knows no border and its danger could affect several countries outside the Middle East,” said the king who was speaking at a welcoming ceremony on Friday for new ambassadors, including a new envoy from Saudi ally the United States.

The Islamic State (IS) jihadist group has prompted widespread…

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Minnesota Somali refugee believed to be second ‘American’ killed while fighting with ISIS

Originally posted on Refugee Resettlement Watch:

Between the illegal alien “children” (wannabe refugees) invading our southern border and some of the American ISIS fighters turning out to be “refugees” we welcomed to America, the general public sure is getting an education about our Refugee Resettlement and Asylum Program this summer!


Waging demographic Jihad as well as violent Jihad, the 29-year old Somali refugee we raised, reportedly left behind nine children for taxpayers to support. Photo:


This latest news comes as no surprise to us since we have been writing about the recruitment of Somali “youths” for the international Jihad since 2008.  See much of our earliest coverage at this post or type ‘Somali missing youths’ into our search window. [Want to write a book on this?  Most of your research is on the pages of RRW!]

We attended a hearing in Washington in March 2009 at which Senators Joe Lieberman and Susan Collins…

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Iraqi Turkmen Militia claim they captured 3 MİT (Turkish Intel) members among ISIS fighters in Tuz Kh

Originally posted on The Muslim Issue:

How long will it take for the West to understand that the problem behind extremism is Islam itself? When Islam is the problem it is impossible to create a secure environment for citizens in any country while allowing Islam, mosques and religious Muslims to exist in such a society.

Here we now have Turkish intelligence joining ISIS. Turkey, supposedly a strong candidate for EU membership…. What a sick joke this liberal political reasoning (lack thereof) is! Turkey has been facilitating terrorists into Syria for a long time. That alone should speak volumes.

The dreamer: Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan dreaming of becoming the new Ottoman caliph.

Iraqi Turkmen Militia claim they captured 3 MİT (Turkish Intel) members among ISIS fighters in Tuz Kh:

Turkish militant in ISIS.

Evidence Mounting That Turkey Is Behind ISIS Recruitment to Establish an Islamic Caliphate

By Walid Shoebat

Several Middle Eastern…

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Why it was right to refuse James Foley’s ransom

Originally posted on Money Jihad:

ISIS demanded a $132 million ransom a week prior to their beheading of American journalist James Foley. The New York Times reports that the U.S. declined to pay.

Several commentators including David Rohde of Reuters and James Traub of Foreign Policy have taken the opportunity to question the so-called “U.S. and U.K.” policy against paying ransoms.

Actually, refusing to pay ransoms to terrorists isn’t just an idiosyncrasy of American and British policy; it is international law. UN Resolution 1904 forbids the payment of ransoms. Furthermore, an agreement by the G8 in 2013 pledged to refrain from paying ransoms.

The critics of the “U.S.” no-ransom policy omit this information either out of laziness or bias.  True, some European governments pay ransoms under the table, which is very damaging to international security, but that is in violation of international accords and their own publicly stated policies.

Transferring funds of any…

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FBI agents to guard UK airports against jihadi fanatics

Originally posted on Cultural Jihad:

… the big irony is requesting U.S. assistance while the U.S. has not been able to control its own southern border.

EXCLUSIVE: FBI agents to guard UK airports against jihadi fanatics

From: Sunday Express –
By: Caroline Wheeler & Amardeep Bassey, August 24, 2014

DOZENS of FBI agents are to be posted at UK ­airports amid fears that Britain’s anti-terrorism efforts are failing to keep track of jihadi fanatics.

Three US officers from a specialist FBI counter-terror unit are expected to land at Heathrow on Tuesday, with another 10 arriving within the week and dozens more over coming months.

They will monitor suspect passengers as well as ­investigate “terror hot-spots” across Britain in the wake of the beheading of American James Foley in Iraq. Last night, however, critics claimed their arrival was an admission that cuts to police and the UK Border Force had left Britain out of its depth and…

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Muslim pressure over Vermont town bacon ad

Originally posted on Cultural Jihad:

Islamic activists count on this attitude to make inroads towards the goal of reshaping western society to reflect their vision of what it should  be.


by Michelle  Moons, August 23, 2014

Local Winooski, Vermont restaurant Sneakers Bistro has removed a sign that read, “Yield Sneakers Bacon” citing opposition from a Muslim community member and safety concerns.  

The sign was put up as part of a city program that allows businesses to post an advertisement in an area where they have helped maintain city flowerbeds. The sign that read “Yield Sneakers Bacon” was removed after a woman, identifying herself as a Muslim, posted in an online community forum, stating she was personally offended by the sign, according to a WPTZ News report. WPTZ wrote that the woman who complained online called the sign “insensitive to…

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Australian website (Pickering Post) posts what the Australian Left-media doesn’t want you to see

Originally posted on Refugee Resettlement Watch:

A reader from Australia just sent me this website (which we will add to our blogroll) and recommended we read it from time to time.  We will.

I picked this recent post to give you a taste of what is happening Down Under with its ever-expanding Muslim immigrant (refugee!) population.  Our Australian reader is not optimistic about Australia’s long-term survival.  I had just been thinking this morning about a new category for RRW—So, what did they expect? (when admitting Muslim migrants to western democracies).

If you thought you might escape to Australia—forget it!

From ThePickering Post (entitled: How the hell did we let this happen?) by Rennie Carter:

Australia! Land of the free. Land of opportunity. Land of milk and honey. Ask any hardworking Greek or Italian immigrant and they will tell you it is true…

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REPORT: Hillary’s Islamist “Rebels” Now Control Tripoli Airport In Libya

Originally posted on The Last Refuge:

The “rebels” who benefited from Samantha Power, Susan Rice and Hillary Clinton’s R2P intervention in Libya are now in control of the primary international airport in Tripoli.

In essence this means al-Qaeda now has access to internationally capable 747’s.   Um, well, heads’ up.

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Golfing-While-the-World-BurnsLIBYA - Islamist fighters in the Fajr Libya (Libyan Dawn) coalition said on Saturday they have captured Tripoli’s battered international airport after many days of clashes with nationalist militiamen.

The claim followed a setback the previous night when a mystery warplane raided Islamist positions, killing at least 10 fighters, a Fajr Libya spokesman said.

If independent sources confirm the airport has changed hands, it would be a major defeat for the nationalist fighters from Zintan west of Tripoli who have held the airport since the fall of long-time dictator Moamer Kadhafi in 2011.

A statement shown on screen on An-Nabaa television, regarded as close to the Islamists, said:…

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