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Daniel Greenfield: Allahu Akbar is Why Muslims Kill

In Nice, France, the Islamic terrorist who killed 86 people and wounded over 400 by running them over with a truck, shouted, “Allahu Akbar”. In New York, the Islamic terrorist who was trying to imitate him, also shouted, “Allahu Akbar.” The 9/11 hijackers had the same message, “Allahu Akbar”.

“Allahu Akbar” has been present at virtually every major recent Islamic terror attack in the West.

But according to the New York Times, “Allahu Akbar” is an “innocent” and “innocuous” expression. According to one of the Times’ sources, “You see a reallу beautiful woman” and “уou go, ‘Allahu Akbar.’”


Ontario premier says she never received Grassy Narrows mercury report

Ontario’s government has had a report in hand about mercury contamination upstream from the Grassy Narrows First Nation for more than a year, but the premier says she didn’t see it.

Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation Minister David Zimmer said this week the report was received by the government in September 2016. But it apparently never made its way to Premier Kathleen Wynne.

“We are not sure exactly how that information hadn’t made it to my desk, but we’re asking that question,” Wynne said Wednesday. “It is always a concern if we don’t have the information that we need to make good decisions.”


Climate change will determine humanity’s destiny, says Angela Merkel

“Climate change is an issue determining our destiny as mankind – it will determine the wellbeing of all of us,” the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, has told the world’s nations gathered at a climate summit.

The delegates heard a series of strong political messages on Wednesday, urging them to use the final two days of the summit to complete important work on putting the landmark 2015 Paris deal into action. Without this, the world faces a devastating 3C or more of global warming.


Purdue offers wacky LGBTQ study abroad to Paris, Berlin

“Taking a comparative approach, we examine the changing meanings of same-sex sexual desire, acts, and identities,” a description for the course elaborates, noting that students will “uncover and recover how people formed communities around shared sexual and gender identities,” while examining “how those communities developed and survived, often in the face of devastating, often violent, social, legal, and economic oppressions.”


2 men behind controversial Toronto publication face hate-related charges

The editor and publisher of a controversial Toronto publication are facing hate-related charges, one of which had never been laid previously in Ontario.

James Nicholas Sears, 54, and Lawrence (Leroy) St. Germaine, 76, are each charged with two counts of wilful promotion of hatred against an identifiable group, namely Jews and women, Toronto police said Wednesday.


 

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