Djamila Boutoutaou, a 29-year-old woman of Algerian origin, told a Baghdad court she was “tricked” into moving to ISIS-controlled Iraq by her husband, Mohammed Nassereddine, a former rapper who was killed in the US-led battle to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from ISIS.
She said: “I thought I had married a rapper. It was only when we arrived in Turkey for a week-long ‘holiday’ that I discovered my husband was a jihadist…
“I’m a victim. My husband beat me and locked me up in a cave with my children when I refused to follow him [to Syria].”
“A week after the gassing of Syrian children, Liberal MP Iqra Khalid brought greetings to one of Assad’s worst apologists on behalf of Justin Trudeau. Canada needs an answer why this happened,” Conservative Senator Linda Frum posted to social media, leading a charge that was later echoed by MPs in Question Period.
I wish there would be serious consequences resulting from this latest display of Islamist triumphalism but based on my dealings over the years with Canada’s Muslims and their useful idiot apologists I doubt Khalid or Trudeau will suffer anything more than a fleeting sense of discomfort.
Sadly nothing has changed, in fact it grows worse every year as the Islamists continue their long march and infiltrate our political parties and institutions.
And now we’ve reached the point where our Prime Minister and his handlers call us racists and Islamophobes for pointing out that Islam is a violent supremacist cult incompatible with our nation’s values.
But what else can we expect from a useful idiot who consorts with Mohammedan 5th Columnists?
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A federal judge on Tuesday set an Oct. 29 trial date for Akayed Ullah, the Bangladeshi man accused of attempting an Islamic State-inspired suicide bomb attack on a busy New York City commuter hub in December.
Islamic State militants executed a 12-year-old boy on charges of helping local police in northern Afghanistan, according to a senior Afghan government official who spoke to VOA.
The boy was accused of supplying food and water to an Afghan local police check post in northern Jawzjan province.
“The kid was apparently helping his brother-in-law, who is a member of (the) Afghan local police, fighting against militants in Kota-e-Osti district,” Lutfullah Azizi, Jawzjan province governor, told VOA. “It is not the first time that IS militants are committing atrocities against civilians. They have previously killed women in summary executions.”
An “arms race” between criminal groups in Europe risks making it easier for terrorists to obtain high-powered, military grade firearms, a report has warned.
The survey says long-standing barriers to obtaining firearms have broken down in recent years owing to the emergence of the internet, cross-border smuggling of military-grade assault rifles into the EU, the conversion of large numbers of blank-firing guns and the widespread reactivation of weapons previously rendered unusable to be sold to collectors.
“The increased availability of firearms has contributed to arms races between criminal groups across the EU,” the report, funded by the European commission, said.
Canary Mission’s NEW report, SJP and “Intifada,” sheds light on a shocking trend whereby activists from the campus hate-group Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) actively show support for these periods of violent unrest.
It’s not a “shocking trend”, it’s what Muslims believe.
Three weeks after the beginning of the mass demonstrations along the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel, which are being held as part of the so-called “March of Return,” Hamas is trying to intimidate journalists into covering the events in a way that distorts the truth and reality.
Hamas, one of several Palestinian groups responsible for the anti-Israel demonstrations, does not want the world to see pictures of Palestinians throwing stones, firebombs and explosive devices at Israeli soldiers.
Hamas does not want journalists to use the words “clashes” and “confrontations” when reporting about the demonstrations.
The photo below was tweeted out by Constable Sue Wright of the Ottawa Police Service with the attached comment that said “@AmiraElghawaby speaking about local efforts to encourage reporting hate crimes.” Constable Wright self-identifies as being part of the Ottawa Police Service Outreach and Recruitment section.
This photo raises so many questions, while also calling into question the competency of the Chief of the Ottawa Police Force and the Mayor of Ottawa.
Khalid pushes back against criticism over event with Assad supporter
Liberal MP Iqra Khalid is pushing back against criticism over her decision to introduce a religious leader at an event who reportedly supports Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
“Like any MP, I engage with a diverse array of individuals, stakeholders and groups in my community-many of them I don’t agree with. I recently attended a community event with more than 500 community members and introduced a constituent of mine,” Khalid tweeted Tuesday.