‘Everyone hates me’ but Allah: How gay drag queen found peace despite death threats from fellow Muslims as well as Far Right Extremists
When the Tories resorted to their pathetic coalition with the DUP last June, I performed in drag outside Downing Street at the #MayMustGo protest organised by Owen Jones.
I wore a sapphire belly-dancer ensemble to boast my Iraqi-Egyptian roots, was accompanied by my pet pink unicorn hobbyhorse, and sang a parodic cover of Purple Rain that begged Theresa May to just stop immediately.
Makes sense when you remember Allah is Satan.
Stephen Hawking: Earth will become unbearably boiling hot thanks to climate change
Professor Hawking said US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement, has doomed Earth to one day become uninhabitable.
And repeating his warning, the physicist said climate change deniers should look to Venus which is now a boiling planet.
Justice reform consultations ask Canadians to think beyond law and order
The Justice Department is asking Canadians to think beyond their preconceived notions about crimes — and the people who commit them — as the Liberal government readies long-promised reforms to the criminal justice system.
The interactive online consultation includes a survey asking participants to weigh in on a number of stories, such as one about a young single father caught stealing $800 from his employer, resulting in a criminal record that makes it harder for him to find a job.
Do not be concerned. Mohammad will fix this.
Our Kids Are Being Taught They’re Flawed if They’re White
It’s time American parents wake up to the reality of what many of our children are being ‘instructed’ in classrooms from coast to coast.
The American Left has morphed into our newest religion. With frightening similarities to Islam, the religion of the Left “is an authoritarian movement that wants total compliance with its dictates,” says Daniel Greenfield, journalism fellow at the Freedom Center, “with severe punishments for those who disobey.”
Canada’s special forces want to attract women for a job that’s more than kicking down doors
Canada’s special forces hope to recruit more than just a few good women in the coming years, says the commander of the elite force.
Maj-Gen. Mike Rouleau said the special forces, the highly trained military units that hunt terrorists and conduct covert operations, are considering how they can recruit more women.
More than just a nod toward society’s growing demand for gender balance, having more women in the unit would make it more effective, he said.