The inauguration of Donald Trump signals the end of the most hostile presidency in the history of American-Israeli relations, and yet many liberal Jews are sad to see Barack Obama leave office. Despite his poor treatment of Israel and suspected collusion with the anti-Semitic United Nations, his progressive acolytes are reluctant to acknowledge the damage his Mideast policies have caused and the ripple effect they may have for the Trump administration.
The Canada Border Services Agency confirmed Subbiah, who arrived in Canada in 1980, “is under an enforceable deportation order.”
It is a fate that Subbiah has long sought to avoid, once claiming through an immigration lawyer that he was Jewish and would be persecuted in the strict Muslim country where the convicted can be caned or executed.
German police arrested a 21-year-old man accused of “planning a serious crime targeting the state,” they announced on Sunday.
Authorities have alleged the suspect was linked to an Austrian teenager who was arrested in Vienna on Friday. He was alleged to have been planning a terrorist attack.
Police suspect he was linked to radical Islamist groups. The Austrian teenager, of Albanian heritage, had stayed in Neuss as a guest of the 21-year-old and discussed attacks against the German armed forces, a spokesman for the prosecutor’s office in Düsseldorf said.
A man who shot someone outside a speech at the University of Washington (UW) by conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos said his victim was a “white supremacist,” and police let the shooter go, even as the victim is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.
In what appears to be a case of mistaken identity by the “anti-racism” vigilante, the shooting victim later turned out to be a supporter of Bernie Sanders.
“Trump is ignorant,” Marzouq tweeted. “(Trump) didn’t know the fate of those who waged the crusade war. We as a Muslim nation might lose a battle, but we won the war eventually and taught the whole world the sublimity of its message.”
Forty-two years ago, I met a woman agent from Hollywood. She was a sweet, diminutive woman originally from Boston. She was a militant leftist, and teased me good naturedly but sometimes bitterly about my work for Nixon. We worked together for decades. She retired and moved to San Diego but I still talked to her on the phone a few times per week.
She was always solicitous about the health of my family members and I was about hers. Hundreds of times we talked of old times and of mental and physical illnesses around us. She did not like Trump. In fact, she was terrified of Trump, but I never could understand why. I told her over and over that I thought Trump had no chance of winning.
President Trump, when it comes to radical Islam, don’t ‘build that wall!’
Say this much for Washington: The Swamp knows how to do pageantry. Beginning on Thursday afternoon at Arlington National Cemetery, the solemn and joyful rituals of a presidential inauguration overwhelmed the clown show — on Capitol Hill, where brickbats aimed at Trump’s cabinet nominees left marks mainly on the Democrats who hurled them, and on the streets, where the radical Left’s tantrums couldn’t even sour the mood, much less spark the revolution.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway dismissed the Women’s March on Washington on Sunday, saying she “didn’t see the point” of holding a polarizing demonstration while the country is trying to unite behind a new president.
“We certainly respect people’s First Amendment rights,” Ms. Conway said on ABC’s “This Week.” “But I frankly didn’t see the point. I mean, you have a day after he’s uplifting and unifying, and you have folks here being on a diatribe where I think they could have requested a dialogue. Nobody called me and said, ‘Hey, could we have a dialogue?’”
She criticized the protest for purporting to speak for millions of ordinary Americans by featuring out-of-touch celebrities like Madonna.
It’s no longer a kooky theory proposed by marginal psychologists
The number of autistic kids is skyrocketing. The number of transgender kids is skyrocketing. Is there a link?
Yes, said a controversial Canadian expert on transgender issues on a BBC documentary earlier this month. Kenneth Zucker is a distinguished figure in the field of the psychology of sexual behaviour. He is the editor of the Archives of Sexual Behaviour and a professor at the University of Toronto.
In 2015 he was summarily dismissed as Head of the Gender Identity Service at Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) over his views on whether homosexual and transgender identities are fixed and immutable.
President Trump is expected to announce the move of the U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on Monday. Israeli news outlets first began reporting the rumors after Trump participated in a phone conference on Sunday with Israeli Prime Minister, but the White House confirmed they were in the “first steps” of relocating the embassy.