Page 1 of 15 12311 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 149

Thread: Happy Ramadan (Attacks) thread

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Slave Region 10
    Posts
    72,167

    Default Happy Ramadan (Attacks) thread

    Waitress Assaulted on French Riviera for ‘Serving Alcohol’ On First Day of Holy Month of Ramadan
    A waitress in a cafe in central Nice has filed a police complaint after she was allegedly assaulted by two men because she refused to “stop serving alcohol” on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan.The waitress, a French 30-year-old of Tunisian origin, said she was serving drinks at Monday lunch on the terrace of the Vitis Café on Nice’s rue Lamartine, near the rue d’Anglais, when two men started haranguing her, insulting the young woman because she was serving alcoholic beverages to customers.
    “I was all alone in the bar when two passers-by suddenly appeared. They pointed to the bottles of alcohol behind the bar, then one of them told me in Arabic: ‘You should be ashamed of yourself serving alcohol in the Ramadan period.’
    The waitress said one of the two men then shouted: “If I was God, I would have hung you.”
    Unfazed by his threatening behaviour, the waitress shot back: “You’re not God to judge me.”
    The men launched into a tirade, calling her a “dirty whore” and left the cafe in a hurry. A few seconds later, however, the venue’s CCTV footage reportedly shows the two men turn round abruptly and one of them rush towards her and violently slap the waitress in the face, knocking her to the floor.
    “The whole scene was recorded by the security cameras that I transferred to the police,” said the bar’s owner, Nacim…

    Hat tip: Steen [Return to headlines]

    At Least Three Killed, Eight Wounded in Shooting at Food and Retail Center in Central Tel Aviv
    At least three people were killed and five people were wounded in a shooting at Sarona Market, an upscale food and retail center in central Tel Aviv, in a suspected terror attack.
    One of the wounded in serious condition and six are in various medial conditions. At least seven of the wounded, many of whom are in serious condition, have been evacuated to the nearby Ichilov Hospital.
    According to initial reports, at least armed man opened fire at passersby near the Benedict restaurant. The shooter then reportedly opened fire at the nearby Ha’arbaa Street.
    Several casualties are being treated at the scene. At least one shooter is currently hospitalized at Ichilov in moderate condition. Police forces are investigating the possibility that there was a second shooter.
    Streets in the area have been closed and the public has been asked to stay away from the scene.


    Developing: Three Killed in Central Tel Aviv Shooting; 2 Terrorists Neutralized
    Police confirmed that two attackers were arrested and one was shot.
    At least three people were killed and multiple others wounded in a suspected terrorist shooting Wednesday night in central Tel Aviv’s popular Sarona complex.
    Police confirmed that two attackers were arrested and one was shot. Footage from the scene showed an armed civilian firing shots at one of the suspected perpetrators.
    According to unconfirmed reports by police sources, two assailants had dressed up as ultra-Orthodox Jews.
    At least eight wounded people were evacuated to the nearby Ichilov Medical Center. The hospital later pronounced the deaths of three people, and said one other causality was in life-threatening condition while four others were in serious condition.
    An eyewitness named Ofer told Army Radio that a flock of people fled the area during the incident and chaos ensued.
    A large contingency of police officers were in the area distancing bystanders from the scene. Police forces were searching to rule out the possibility of additional perpetrators or explosives…


    ‘Nine Wounded’ In Tel Aviv Shooting
    Nine people have been wounded in a shooting at a shopping centre in Tel Aviv, Israeli police say.
    At least one person is reported to be in a critical condition.
    The attack took place at Sarona Market, an upmarket area of the city close to Israel’s defence ministry and main army headquarters.
    There are few confirmed details at the moment, but Israeli media are reporting two gunmen carried out the attack, one of whom has been shot.

    Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]

    Palestinian Gunmen Kill Four in Tel Aviv, Assailants Held: Police
    Two Palestinian gunmen killed four people at a popular shopping and restaurant area in Tel Aviv on Wednesday in an attack that sent diners, some clutching small children, running for their lives just outside Israel’s Defence Ministry.
    Both gunmen, identified by police as Palestinians from a village near the city of Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, were apprehended, and one was wounded.
    Security footage showed the two, dressed in suits and ties and posing as customers at a restaurant, suddenly pull out automatic weapons and open fire, shooting one man point blank, as other diners fled.
    Police said the assailants killed four people in the 9:30 p.m. (1830 GMT) assault and that six were wounded.
    The attack, as families were enjoying a balmy evening out at the trendy Sarona complex, was one of the most serious in the country’s business and entertainment capital since a wave of Palestinian violence erupted eight months ago.
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, returning from a visit to Moscow, rushed directly to the Defence Ministry to assess the situation with senior ministers and security chiefs. He toured the scene later and described the attack as “cold-blooded murder.”…
    CNN on Tel Aviv jihad attack: “Information about motive wasn’t immediately available”

    June 9, 2016 12:11 am By Robert Spencer 54 Comments
    CNN would have reported in December 1941 that a group of Japanese men in airplanes dropped bombs on Pearl Harbor, but information about a motive wasn’t immediately available. CNN doesn’t want to acknowledge that there is a jihad among “Palestinians” who are constantly exhorted in the “Palestinian” media to do violence to Israeli civilians.


    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Posts
    9,682

    Default

    In honor of Ramadan, Bracket has started a new story......

    Part one

    https://westernrifleshooters.wordpre...st-piss-koran/


    Part two

    https://westernrifleshooters.wordpre...oran-part-two/



    It's being serialized so well have to wait for the rest of the story....
    "Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. ...those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience."
    C.S. Lewis



  3. #3
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Slave Region 10
    Posts
    72,167

    Default

    Hugh Fitzgerald: You Don’t Have To Be Muslim To Love Ramadan

    June 8, 20163:48 pm By Hugh Fitzgerald 48 Comments

    Why is it that Western politicians, including Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and David Cameron, think they must send out messages of such heartfelt solidarity to the world’s Muslims on Ramadan? Of course they send out messages as well for Diwali (Hindus and Buddhists), Passover (Jews), Christmas and Easter (Christians), but not with the suggestion that this or that religious holiday is somehow meant to include all of us as well-wishers, when some of us only wish to be counted out, or – equally disturbing – to sing the praises of a religious observance that is insufficiently understood.
    Why does Ramadan appear to get special treatment? And why do these politicians presume to speak for us, as when Hillary Clinton sends a brief message that starts “As we begin Ramadan,” with that “we” implicating non-Muslims in what is, after all, a religious observance for Muslims only. That “we” is properly a “they.” Why did she not write, more accurately because less inclusively: “As Ramadan begins, I wish all Muslims….”or “As Ramadan begins for Muslims, I wish them…,” thus being polite, but no longer implying that “we” all share in Ramadan?
    David Cameron offered an especially treacly and “inclusive” Ramadan greeting this year, and the very first sentence of his message to Muslims everywhere insists on implicating all of us in what should only be their epithet:
    It’s the holy month of Ramadan…
    Why did Cameron have to say that Ramadan is “holy” to non-Muslims? Why could he not have said “It’s Ramadan, that month holy to Muslims,” or “It’s the month of Ramadan, holy to Muslims”?
    – a time when mosques open their doors, community centers welcome in their neighbors, and even churches and synagogues offer up their spaces as Muslims break their fasts – and people of all faiths and none are often asked to join.” (But these open-to-all iftars are not just for simple breaking-bread fellowship, but occasions for propagandizing, or even proselytizing, for Islam, as those who have attended these affairs well know.)
    Coventry Cathedral is holding its own multi-faith iftar. In Manchester, they’re combining an iftar with England’s European Championships appearance. And homeless shelters up and down the country are holding ‘Iftars with the Homeless’.
    Of course, fasting is what comes to mind when we think of Ramadan.
    Not all Muslims agree; what comes to mind for some of them, when they think of Ramadan, is that it’s the perfect time to conduct Jihad: “The month of Ramadan in the life of the Prophet (pbuh) and the righteous ancestors was a month of forthcoming. The greatest battles during the lifetime of the Prophet (pbuh) occurred in this blessed month, the month of jihad, zeal, and enthusiasm.” For more on Ramadan as the month of Jihad, see here.
    It’s part of the month that really puts Muslims’ faith to the test, especially during these long, warm days. But there is much more to it. There is all the energy and money people donate to those who are less fortunate, and all the extra time spent in prayer and contemplation.
    Cameron ought to know, but may not, that Muslim charity is directed only toward fellow Muslims; he ought to have said “all the energy and money Muslims devote to less fortunate fellow Muslims” — which changes the sense considerably.
    Uppermost in all our minds…
    “All our minds”? Are we all Muslims now?
    …this Ramadan are those whose lives have been torn apart by the twin evils of Assad and Daesh,…
    Are these equivalent evils — the Alawite aligned with Shi’a Muslim Iran and hereditary despot, Assad, and the Sunni Muslim fanatics of Daesh (the Islamic State)? Or are the latter far more dangerous to non-Muslims than the former?
    …all those families spending this holy month…
    The epithet is again imposed on non-Muslims for whom Ramadan is not “holy.” Why?
    …in refugee camps, mourning loved ones, yearning to go back to school or to work…
    News of the scandal of the “Syrian refugees,” so many of whom are not from Syria, but assorted Muslims from as far away as Pakistan and Afghanistan, many of them seeking “refuge” in those European countries offering the most generous benefits, where they need not trouble themselves to seek work, has apparently not reached 10 Downing Street. Just consider the demonstration of the Muslim migrants’ “yearning for work” in Sweden where, last year, out of 162,000 “refugees” who arrived, exactly 464 are now employed. Some yearning.
    …wondering whether they’ll ever return home again.
    And how many of those Muslim “refugees” have given any sign, over the last decade, of wanting to return home from Europe?
    Our thoughts, whatever our backgrounds or beliefs, are with them.
    Again Cameron presumes to speak for all of us: “Our thoughts.” Notice, too, the casual feelgood dismissal of differences – “whatever our backgrounds or beliefs” — which no Muslim would endorse.
    And we must continue to support the people of Syria and the region, as we work towards a lasting political solution. Because that’s who we are as a country. We won’t walk on by again.
    So this Ramadan, let’s renew our resolve to help those victims. Let’s continue to come together for iftars and community events. Let’s celebrate the proud, multi-racial, multi-faith democracy we live in.
    Cameron attributes to Ramadan a significance for non-Muslims that it does not as yet possess: it’s because it’s Ramadan that, he suggests, we renew, we continue, we celebrate. That is, all of us, in first-person-plural harmony. He might have written more to the real point: “Both Muslims and non-Muslims should renew their resolve to fight fanaticism and to ensure that minorities everywhere are safe.” Not a sentiment to which Muslims could openly object, even if they know to whom – themselves — it is really being addressed. And the distinction between Muslim and non-Muslim is usefully maintained.
    To everyone in Britain and around the world, Ramadan Mubarak.
    Ramadan Mubarak “to everyone,” not just Muslims? Are we all Muslims now? And greetings not only in Britain but “around the world”? Why not at least limit greetings, if greetings there must be: “To Muslims in Britain, Ramadan Mubarak”?
    Muslims would not have taken kindly to having Cameron presume to speak for them by having them appear to share in his Christmas or Easter or Passover or Diwali greetings, and he has been careful not to do so. Muslims are taught not to acknowledge the religious observances of others. But he does presume to speak for all non-Muslims in his specious sharing of the observance of Ramadan.
    As for his “proud, multi-racial, multi-faith democracy,” this is a pollyannish figment of Cameron’s imaginative multicultural boosterism. Not everyone in Britain has forgotten the Muslim terrorist attacks on the buses and Underground, the butchering of Fusilier Rigby, and the sex-grooming gangs up and down the land, all contributing to a justified and growing anxiety over the Muslim presence in the country.
    Barack Obama has issued his own equally fulsome Ramadan greetings:
    For many…
    Should this not be “For many Muslims…”?
    …this month is an opportunity to focus on reflection and spiritual growth, forgiveness, patience and resilience, compassion for those less fortunate, and unity across communities.
    To repeat yet again: “compassion” — i.e., charity — “for those less fortunate” is, in Islam, limited to fellow Muslims; Muslims are not supposed to give alms (zakat) to non-Muslims. This is often overlooked, because many non-Muslims are unaware of it, and even if they do know about the rules for Muslim “charity,” it seems churlish for non-Muslims to mention them (“Muslims are supposed to aid only other Muslims”), and Obama does nothing to set things straight. He might, however, simply have omitted that misleading phrase about “compassion for those less fortunate,” or he might have praised Muslims for “making a special effort during Ramadan to support less fortunate members of their own community,” which is less stark than “Muslims offering support for less fortunate Muslims.”
    As for Ramadan being the perfect time to “focus on…unity across communities,” Obama presumably means a “unity” of Muslims with other faith groups. But Muslims are taught to regard themselves as the “best of peoples,” and non-Muslims as the “vilest of creatures” for whom all manner of punishments await. What “unity” could there possibly be between the “best of peoples” and the “vilest of creatures”?
    Obama also remarks on the history of Muslims in America: “There are those whose heritage can be traced back to the very beginning of our nation, as well as those who have only just arrived.” This fits in with incessant Muslim attempts at backdating their presence in America, to insert themselves into the historical narrative much earlier, as a means of legitimizing their presence, and then pushing that “Islam has always been part of America” nonsense. This campaign reached its absurd zenith when State’s Phyllis McIntosh issued a report in 2004 entitled “Islamic Influence Runs Deep in American Culture.” In this report, she found a non-existent Muslim in Columbus’s crew: “Islamic influences may date back to the very beginning of American history. It is likely that Christopher Columbus, who discovered America in 1492, charted his way across the Atlantic Ocean with the help of an Arab navigator” (flatly untrue). “May date back” and “It is likely that” are weasel words designed to protect from criticism a claim that is made up entirely out of whole cloth. Then there is the other dubious claim — made with very slight supporting evidence — that, among the African slaves brought to America were some who had been Muslims in Africa. But even were that to have been true, a handful of Muslim slaves, living in an overwhelmingly Christian environment, outside a Muslim community, without either mosques or the texts necessary to help perpetuate the faith, would have had their Islam extinguished by the next generation.
    In fact, a scarcely discernible, and very tiny, Muslim presence came very late to America. The first community of Muslims to have founded a mosque in the United States did so in a building borrowed for that purpose, in 1929; the first building erected as a mosque dates to 1935. Obama ought to have left out claims that Muslims arrived “at the very beginning of our nation,” rather than transmit what is a staple of Muslim propaganda. Or he might have written, with studied vagueness: “While many American Muslims have only just arrived, others can trace their heritage to earlier periods of our history.”
    Then there is Obama’s parting remark about wishing “to honor the contributions of Muslims in America and across the world.” I have no idea what impressive contributions he has in mind, but along with others “in America and across the world,” I await with bated breath President Obama’s detailed list of Muslim Achievers.
    To sum up:
    Despite their extravagant expressions of solidarity with, and admiration for, Muslims on the occasion of Ramadan, nowhere in their remarks do either Cameron or Obama demonstrate real understanding of Islam. They should be – are they? — aware that Muslims are forbidden to reciprocate, that is, to offer similar greetings to non-Muslims on the occasion of any non-Muslim religious holiday – e.g., Christmas, Easter, Passover, Diwali. Some Muslims become incensed even at the non-religious observances of non-Muslims; campaigns by clerics to convince Muslims not to participate in such innocuous holidays as Valentine’s Day, or Thanksgiving, are not unknown. That being the case, there should be even less felt need or sense of obligation for non-Muslims to offer up such fulsome praise for this Muslim religious observance; a few sentences would have been quite enough.
    In their choice of words, both Cameron and Obama make it appear that Muslim charity is extended to non-Muslims, but the only sanctioned object of Muslim alms-giving (zakat), during Ramadan (as at all other times), is fellow Muslims. And neither one explains why, during this month which – Obama informs us – “is an opportunity to focus on reflection and spiritual growth, forgiveness, patience and resilience,” Muslim violence does not recede, but surges.
    One hopes that other commentators — freer to speak the truth than do our leaders, or those “taking a leadership role” — will continue to correct the record, dialing back on this insensate Infidel enthusiasm for Ramadan, both silly and sinister, before it becomes “not just for Muslims anymore.”
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



  4. #4
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Slave Region 10
    Posts
    72,167

    Default

    ISIS orders American lone wolf jihadis to slaughter 8,000 citizens by releasing 'kill list' which includes the names of several Hollywood celebs


    • The United Cyber Caliphate released the list on social media app Telegram
    • Telegram has shut down many ISIS-linked accounts, but more just pop up
    • The 'kill list' includes 1,445 people in California, many in Silicon Valley

    By Chris Summers For Mailonline
    Published: 02:52 EST, 9 June 2016 | Updated: 07:22 EST, 9 June 2016


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz4B6BymcLZ
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

    The ISIS-aligned United Cyber Caliphate has distributed a new 'kill list' which contains the names of 7,858 Americans.
    The group, using the Russia-based app Telegram gave the names, addresses, and email addresses of 8,318 people in total, making it one of the longest kill lists ISIS have ever put out.
    They urged their supporters to 'kill them strongly to take revenge for Muslims'.

    • SHARE PICTURE


    Copy link to paste in your message





    +2


    Despite Telegram shutting down 78 ISIS related accounts in the aftermath of the Paris attacks, recruiters are still using the app to groom youngsters and spread ISIS propaganda

    RELATED ARTICLES







    Share this article

    Share
    53 shares



    Vocativ reported that the kill list - published in English and Arabic - included the names of 1,445 people with addresses in California, believed to include many famous figures in Silicon Valley and Hollywood.
    The list also has 643 names and addresses in Florida, 341 in Washington D.C., 333 in Texas, 331 in Illinois, and 290 in New York.
    While most of those targeted were American, there were 312 'targets' in Canada, 69 in Australia and 39 in the U.K.
    The other targets were in countries as varied as Israel, France, Indonesia, New Zealand and Jamaica.
    Telegram said it shut down 78 ISIS related accounts in the aftermath of last year's Paris attacks, but jihadist recruiters are still using the app to groom youngsters and spread ISIS propaganda.

    The list appeared on the app Telegram, one of the main applications ISIS uses to disseminate propaganda

    In a statement released to Business Insider back in November, Telegram said: 'We were disturbed to learn that Telegram's public channels were being used by ISIS to spread their propaganda.
    'As a result, this week alone we blocked 78 ISIS-related channels across 12 languages.'
    But despite blocking the channels, many more are still active on the app.
    'Lone wolves' often target individuals or locations based on ISIS propaganda but as yet there is no evidence that anyone has been targeted as a result of a post on Telegram.



    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz4B6BouRI7
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



  5. #5
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Slave Region 10
    Posts
    72,167

    Default

    “Another Ramadan is upon us. As Muslims struggle to increase their devotion to Allah, expect more mass murder.”
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



  6. #6
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Slave Region 10
    Posts
    72,167

    Default

    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



  7. #7
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    Providence, R.I.
    Posts
    2,836

    Default

    Get a load of this. Kind of made me laugh:

    Refugee camp in Dusseldorf is burned down by migrants 'who were furious they had not received a wake-up for Ramadan breakfast'

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...breakfast.html
    Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium.
    I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery.

    I think you understood what you thought I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard was not what I meant.

    “Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death in judgement.”
    Gandalf the Grey

    My Disqus channel:

    https://disqus.com/by/PierreBezukhov1812/

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Slave Region 10
    Posts
    72,167

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Bezukhov View Post
    Get a load of this. Kind of made me laugh:

    Refugee camp in Dusseldorf is burned down by migrants 'who were furious they had not received a wake-up for Ramadan breakfast'

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...breakfast.html
    I could have sworn I posted this...Good Catch!
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



  9. #9
    Join Date
    Aug 2014
    Posts
    1,579

    Default

    Related?
    Staten Island churches being bombarded with Molotov cocktails:
    http://pix11.com/2016/06/09/second-c...within-a-week/

  10. #10
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Slave Region 10
    Posts
    72,167

    Default

    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •