Not the Onion.
Not the Onion.
The man who plans to open a mosque on Route 101 in Keene says he will fight the city on the grounds of freedom of religion if they attempt to stop the opening with what he sees as arbitrary city zoning and permitting regulations.
Will Coley, the future mosque’s imam and caretaker, says his Masjid al Latiff and Interfaith Community Center, or MALIC Center, was to open on Saturday, but he ran into a city permitting hitch last week.
“It could ostensibly delay the opening of our center by up to two months, six weeks,” Coley said Monday. “And I’m now arguing that it is causing an undue hardship to our community.”
When Glamour magazine named pro-sharia, pro-terror antisemite Linda Sarsour one of the magazine’s ‘women of the year,’ it was a turning point for the left, a point of no return. Glamour and Vogue and Bazaar, long time standard bearers of fashion and beauty, have all but submitted. Like the Muslim mother holding down her young daughter for the ritual cut (female genital mutilation), the icons of beauty are now telling women subjugation, gender apartheid, creed apartheid, honor violence, arranged (forced) marriage (Sarsour’s marriage was arranged), Jew hatred is the new radical chic. The era where good is evil and evil is good – ugly is now beautiful.
If they didn’t allow the hijabi to work on the line they would have been sued and wrongly called Islamophobic. Now, rather than banning the hijab and other head coverings near this type of machinery, the government will further burden employers and fine them.
Quebec protects its Muslim citizens against this danger.
YouTube has finally taken a step toward blocking jihadist recruitment videos from being shown. The company blocked most of the 70,000 videos posted by Anwar al-Alwaki, the leading English-speaking jihadist recruiter on the site.
Did I mention that al-Awlaki has been dead for seven years, after being killed in a drone strike in Yemen?
We learn from the law. What’s acceptable, what’s not. That’s why courts are open to the public; that’s why court cases are published.
And this is Canadian justice in 2017.
Canadians don’t choose to give our money to CBC. It gets taken through our tax dollars whether we like it or not. That makes CBC a government service, and government services are supposed to be applied in a neutral, non-partisan way.
Unfortunately, we all know that CBC is often used by the far-left to push their politically correct agenda, and attempt to shape the opinions of Canadians to a specific set of elitist and globalist ideas, instead of reflect the true views of the Canadian people.
Without Islam, the United States would not exist.
That’s right: without Islam, the United States as we know it would not exist.
No, Reza Aslan has not knocked me over the head with a rock and taken over the writing of Jihad Watch, using my name. It’s absolutely true: if it weren’t for Islam and Muslims, the United States would not exist today.
Every lawyer gets emails from the Law Society: reminders to file reports, pay fees, or use assistance programs to cut back on the booze. But a recent message almost made me choke on my sandwich. “New obligations for 2017” was its subject line, “Actions you need to take.” All lawyers, it said, must prepare and submit a personal “Statement of Principles” attesting that we value and promote equality, diversity and inclusion. According to the advisory, “The intention of the statement of principles is to demonstrate a personal valuing of equality, diversity, and inclusion with respect to the employment of others, or in professional dealings with other licensees or any other person.”
Trigger warning: “Build a wall.”
Those three words have ignited a firestorm at Cornell University. An apology has been demanded, several issued, and demanded yet again. Sanctions have been sought. The administration even issued a condemnation, claiming the words were part of “a continued pattern of the marginalization of many members of the Cornell community.” Vice President for Student and Campus Life Ryan Lombardi put it this way: “I strongly condemn behavior that is antithetical to our proud history of inclusion.”
Spoiler: Plot Twist!
Start-up accelerator Y Combinator plans to roll out its initial cash handout trial to thousands of people across two U.S. states.
Its President Sam Altman has been one of many top Silicon Valley bosses to get behind the idea of basic income – the idea that all citizens should be paid a regular sum of money regardless of their employment status.
The speculation about a potential gubernatorial bid increased after several prominent Democrats in Ohio politics said in May that they had discussed with Springer the possibility of him launching a bid for governor as a Democrat.
It might even be the greatest thing since Ghostbusters 2016.
Lena Dunham as Piggy?
Di biggest storm wey United States of America never see for 13 years don land for Texas.
Dis Hurricane Harvey don scatter plenty houses and tori say e even don kill five people.
Hurricane Matthew wey bin happen for 2016 kill plenty people and scatter house join wen e happen.
Harvey and Mattew na human being name, so how hurricane dey take get dia name sef? In short, why dem dey give hurricane name at all?