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Posted 5/5/2014 11:02 AM


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bpop wrote: "The lack of any visible response from Muslim countries to the Nigerian situation says a lot, I think."

Islam is as PRIMITIVE a belief as exists in the modern world today, bpop, but everybody's afraid to say anything negative about that religion because they will demand your death simply for drawing a stick figure of the prophet Muhammed!

What OTHER world religion STILL openly practices and/or condones SLAVERY?

This story you mention represents Islam at its finest...

Nigeria group threatens to sell kidnapped girls

LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Nigeria's Islamic extremist leader is threatening to sell the nearly 300 teenage schoolgirls abducted from a school in the remote northeast three weeks ago, in a new videotape received Monday.

Abubakar Shekau for the first time also claimed responsibility for the April 15 mass abduction.

He threatened to attack more schools and abduct more girls.

"I abducted your girls," said the leader of Boko Haram, which means "Western education is sinful."

He described the girls as "slaves" and said "By Allah, I will sell them in the marketplace." The hour-long video starts with fighters lofting automatic rifles and shooting in the air as they chant "Allahu Akbar!" or "God is great."

It was unclear if the video was made before or after reports emerged last week that some of the girls have been forced to marry their abductors — who paid a nominal bride price of $12 — and that others have been carried into neighboring Cameroon and Chad. Those reports could not be verified.

In the video, Shekau also says the students "will remain slaves with us." That appears a reference to the ancient jihadi custom of enslaving women captured in a holy war, who then can be used as sex slaves.

"They are slaves and I will sell them because I have the market to sell them," he said, speaking in the Hausa language of northern Nigeria.

The video was reviewed by The Associated Press and both the face and the voice of the leader of Boko Haram were recognizable.

Shekau brushed off warnings that the abductions could be an international crime, saying in English, as if to reach his accusers in the international community: "What do you know about human rights? You're just claiming human rights (abuses), but you don't know what it is."

An intermediary who has said Boko Haram is ready to negotiate ransoms for the girls also said two of the girls have died of snakebite and about 20 are ill. He said Christians among the girls have been forced to convert to Islam. The man, an Islamic scholar, spoke on condition of anonymity because his position is sensitive.

Nigeria's police have said more than 300 girls were abducted. Of that number, 276 remain in captivity and 53 escaped.

The mass abduction and the military's failure to rescue the girls and young women has roused national outrage with protests in major cities. Protesters accused President Goodluck Jonathan of being insensitive to the girl's plight.

First lady Patience Jonathan fueled anger Monday when a leader of a protest march said she ordered the arrests of two protest leaders, expressed doubts there was any kidnapping and accused the protest leaders of belonging to Boko Haram.

It was unclear what authority Mrs. Jonathan would have to give such orders, since there is no office of first lady in the Nigerian constitution.

Ayo Adewuyi, spokesman for the first lady, said he was unaware of any arrests. "The first lady did not order the arrest of anybody, and I'm sure of that," he told the AP..

But Saratu Angus Ndirpaya of Chibok town said State Security Service agents drove her and protest leader Naomi Mutah Nyadar to a police station Monday after an all-night meeting at the presidential villa in Abuja, the capital. She said police immediately released her but that Nyadar remains in detention.

Monday afternoon, police said she had been returned home. A statement denied she was detained, saying she was "invited ... (to) an interactive and fact-finding interview."

Ndirpaya said Mrs. Jonathan accused them of fabricating the abductions. "She told so many lies, that we just wanted the government of Nigeria to have a bad name, that we did not want to support her husband's rule," she said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press.

She said other women at the meeting, allies of Mrs. Jonathan including officials of the government and the ruling party, cheered and chanted "yes, yes," when Mrs. Jonathan accused them of belonging to Boko Haram. "They said we are Boko Haram, and that Mrs. Nyadar is a member of Boko Haram." She said Nyadar and herself do not have daughters among those abducted, but are supporting the mothers of kidnapped daughters.

Mrs. Jonathan said the women "had no right to protest," especially Nyadar, whom she identified as the deputy director of the National Directorate of Employment. Jonathan said Nyadar should resign her government post, Ndirpaya said.

In a report on the meeting, Daily Trust newspaper quoted Mrs. Jonathan as ordering all Nigerian women to stop protesting, and threatening "should anything happen to them during protests, they should blame themselves."

On Sunday night, Jonathan said his administration is doing everything possible. On Friday he created a presidential committee to go to the affected Borno state to work with the community on a strategy to get the girls free.

Heavily armed gunmen believed to Boko Haram raided a Cameroonian police unit near the Nigerian border early Monday, killing an officer on duty and freeing one of their detained comrades, authorities there said.


The fewer Muslims living in (or near) the United States the better!
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Posted 5/7/2014 12:24 PM
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This the clearest recounting of the events leading to the kidnapping that I have read. It certainly would seem that local law enforcement was in bed with the terrorists. No wonder the government of Nigeria tried to just make this horrific event just go away.

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/comment/2014/05/the-troubled-search-for-nigerias-stolen-girls.html

The US, UK, France, and China seem to be willing to do what it takes to find these bastards. All have now pledged human assets and military equipment to the task at hand. There appears to be more than the girls of this event involved, as the terrorists have been kidnapping girls as hostages and sex slaves for well over a year, according to stories I have read. In addition to rescuing as many as possible and tracking down others who have been sold into slavery elsewhere in Africa, Europe and Asia, these animals need to be exterminated to the last man. No arrests, no trials. Death on the ground. The rest of the world needs to send a lesson to these groups who terrorize the weak and the helpless. And the Nigerians need to rise up and clean house-these elected officials are beyond corrupt if they are colluding with terrorists and allowing their own women and children to be kidnapped, abused, and slaughtered.

This looks like it may be the worst terror strike on innocent civilians since 9/11. The world needs to respond. The fact that it happened in Africa and the Nigerians were more interested in a cover up than in justice for the victims delayed any response. There is no excuse now. We all must mobilize and deal with this whether Nigeria is willing or not.
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Posted 5/12/2014 6:19 AM
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CNN has managed to get a cameraman and two reporters into Chibon, the site of the mass abduction of the school girls. First and perhaps foremost, not a single Nigerian (or any other nationality) soldier or policeman is onsite as of today (where are the helicopters, armored vehicles, and special forces operators that we were told have been on the ground there since the kidnapping?). The remaining citizens have formed a militia armed with homemade bows and sharpened sticks dipped into poison as weapons to protect the remaining women and children. The children who escaped have still not been interviewed by any "rescuers". The local people gave the location of the terrorist encampment which was only a few miles from the town where the girls were kept for 11 days. The government did not nothing for those 11 days. The camp has since been moved. They also interviewed at least one victim who escaped who gave a pretty detailed description of the events the night of the kidnapping, and who seemed like someone who could provide some pretty detailed info on the vehicles used in the raid.

The world has been lied to by the Nigerians every step along the way here. They were more concerned about their economic summit than about these girls or the subsequent abductions and slaughters.

By the way, the so-called "lamestream" media again impresses. Courageous journalists, who were told that they could not get there and who were refused any protection by the Nigerians out of fear for their lives, put boots on the ground where the story really is and get the truth of the situation. I admire their personal courage in going, their unrelenting pursuit of the story, and their fearless reporting while unprotected from the terrorists.

It is past time for the Nigerians to get off their asses and start doing something. If CNN can get people to the site, then so can the Nigerian military.
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Posted 5/12/2014 9:01 AM


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Africa (especially those parts of Africa with sizeable Islamic population) remains an EXTREMELY dangerous continent!

As for why we STILL need a thorough-investigation of the 9-11-12 Benghazi attacks, check out the screwy explanation offered by one media pundit regarding what exactly happened there:

Eleanor Clift: Ambassador killed in Benghazi attack wasn’t murdered-murdered, or something

One has to hope that this represents the nadir of suck-up spin from the media on behalf of the Obama administration regarding the Benghazi probe, but we’re just at the beginning of the select-committee process … so I’m pessimistic about the prospects. On the other hand, it’s difficult to imagine a dumber argument than the one presented by Eleanor Clift this weekend on The McLaughlin Group. Clift argued that Ambassador Chris Stevens wasn’t actually murdered in Benghazi, but merely died of smoke inhalation during an “opportunistic” terrorist attack on the consulate in Benghazi — and then blamed the YouTube video, resurrecting talking points that even the White House disavowed two weeks after their attempt to float them (via Gateway Pundit and Real Clear Politics):

ELEANOR CLIFT: I would like to point out Ambassador Stevens was not murdered. He died of smoke inhalation in the safe room in that CIA installation.

SUSAN FERRECHIO: I don’t think that’s a fact, Eleanor.

CLIFT: I think that is a fact.

FERRECHIO: I’ve heard a drastically different story from people who are also in the know about that. So, I don’t think it is...

PAT BUCHANAN: It was a terrorist attack, Eleanor. He was murdered in a terrorist attack.

Even if Stevens did die of smoke inhalation, that didn’t come from a wastebasket with a stray cigarette. The smoke originated from the building burning around him, because terrorists set fire to it during a terrorist attack. It’s sheer idiocy to argue that deaths in the attack were somehow just coincidences. Even in US civil law, deaths that take place during the commission of felonies are charged as murder, and usually first-degree murder in most jurisdictions, regardless of whether the deaths were intentional or not.

And attacking buildings with mortars and automatic weapons makes it a wee bit difficult to argue that any deaths were somehow accidental or just a coincidental medical condition. Or, for that matter, “opportunistic.”

It’s moments like these that prove the need for a comprehensive investigation into Benghazi. If media figures like Clift are still babbling out long-debunked talking points on national television, then the House needs to eliminate any more confusion or ambiguities in a decisive and authoritative manner.


If this administration and our U.S. State Department had been open & honest about what happened from the very beginning, Benghazi would have LONG AGO disappeared as an issue --- but instead we've got THIS kind of idiocy still being bantered about!
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Here is the Clift clip:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWMxColSa68

I think it is safe to say, Anon, that her comments are not reflective of anyone's opinion but her own. She is a "media figure" the way Oliver North is a media figure-so far on the extreme that only these kinds of weird outbursts get her any attention.

There are plenty of people besides Fox News anchors who think a thoughtful, comprehensive Benghazi probe would be useful. It is just that very few think the House can conduct one. Sort of like letting the Nigerians investigate the kidnappings of children in their country by terrorists. They want to be heroes, they just don't know how to do it.
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bpop wrote: "There are plenty of people besides Fox News anchors who think a thoughtful, comprehensive Benghazi probe would be useful. It is just that very few think the House can conduct one. Sort of like letting the Nigerians investigate the kidnappings of children in their country by terrorists. They want to be heroes, they just don't know how to do it."

I view Benghazi as a "self-inflicted wound" that the Obama administration did to itself. Should House Democrats BOYCOTT the upcoming investigation in the hopes to somehow de-legitimize it, I believe they'll only make it WORSE for their party's credibility.

The Benghazi probe didn't have to come to this

Many Democrats have a hard time understanding why Republicans want to keep investigating the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya.

Some see the GOP trying to score partisan points for this November's midterms. Others see a plot to undermine Hillary Clinton's 2016 prospects. Still others see Republican psychosis, the Benghazi variant of Obama Derangement Syndrome.

In fact, the Benghazi controversy, rather than being an all-out political war, is a limited conflict in which some parts of the administration have cooperated with Congress while others haven't.

Republican sources on Capitol Hill say that in general, the Pentagon's cooperation has been a model of how to deal with such an investigation, while the State Department and White House have been models of what not to do.

If the rest of the administration had followed the military's example, the Benghazi controversy would likely be over by now.

The probe started with three questions. One, was the U.S. adequately prepared for possible trouble abroad on the anniversary of Sept. 11?

Two, did the government do everything it could to try to rescue the Americans who were under attack for seven and a half hours?

And three, did the Obama administration tell the straight story about what happened?


Responsibility for answering the first and third questions fell heavily on the State Department and the White House.

In general, their response has been incomplete, unreliable, confrontational, and deeply frustrating for investigators trying to piece together the Benghazi puzzle.

But responsibility for answering the second question, about the immediate response to the attack, fell mostly to the Pentagon. And that has been an entirely different story.

The military side of the investigation was done mostly by the House Armed Services Committee. The interim report from majority Republicans on the committee, released in February, found that the military response to Benghazi was severely hampered because every significant U.S. military asset was out of position to respond on Sept. 11.

Nevertheless, the committee concluded the Pentagon did everything it could with what it had on that ugly night.

"The regional and global force posture assumed by the military on Sept. 11, 2012, limited the response," committee Republicans wrote.

Given that, the investigators said, "members have not yet discerned any response alternatives that could have likely changed the outcome of the Benghazi attack."

Interviewing sources up and down the chain of command, Republicans went over all the military options that were activated or considered to aid the Americans under attack: two FAST platoons of Marines in Spain; a group called the Commander's In-Extremis Force, in Croatia; a special operations unit based in the U.S.; a fighter jet flyover; an armed drone; and more.

The GOP lawmakers came away satisfied that they saw everything; for example, when they asked whether AC-130 gunships could have been used, the Pentagon provided the location of every single AC-130 in the U.S. fleet at that time.

Another example was the possibility of a flyover. Even with other U.S. forces out of place, many lawmakers wondered whether American fighter jets could have buzzed the scene at Benghazi, possibly distracting and scattering the terrorists.

Air Force officials carefully walked the committee through every option that was available, and the factors -- capacity for refueling, overflight permissions, nighttime guidance, the prevalence of shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles in Libya, and more -- that went into the decision not to scramble the jets.

After much thought and investigation, committee Republicans concluded a flyover "would probably have been ineffective" and that the Pentagon's decision "makes sense."

In the end, Republicans had few, if any, complaints about the military's cooperation. "They were very responsive," says a GOP committee aide.

"There wasn't a witness we weren't allowed to talk to. There was never an inappropriate delay in providing the documents we wanted to see. Their response was, as far as we're concerned, timely and complete."

What a contrast to the rest of the Obama administration. First, there was the attempt to blame the attack on outrage over an anti-Muslim Internet video -- a claim that was quickly discounted by everyone who has investigated the matter.

Then the State Department conducted an internal review that seemed designed, in part, to build a firewall around then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Then the administration failed to make available a single witness who was actually on the ground in Benghazi the night of the attack.

And recently, of course, Republican complaints that the administration has withheld documents were dramatically confirmed by revelations of emails the administration failed to produce to Congress.

The administration's stance long ago exhausted whatever patience existed among Hill Republicans. Members are "really tired of getting jerked around," another aide said recently. That's a succinct explanation for the creation of the new select committee.

But it didn't have to be that way. The rest of the administration could have cooperated like the Defense Department. If it had, Washington would be talking about something else now. Instead, the fight goes on.


If Richard Nixon had responded to the Watergate break-in like this... well, that's pretty much EXACTLY what he did!
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Posted 5/28/2014 2:09 AM


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a more modified approach is and will be needed by any new US government THAT BUILDS upon what the George W and existing Obama have been doing on religious terror.

As people are very well aware Tony Blair recently made comments of the real way forward in our 200 year plus battle in eradicating fundamentalist idilogy, before it destroys the world.

Firstly, after the recent Libya embassy killings without question all US staff in all countires can't take any political situations less serious cause as we are all aware people with serious mental health issues are the ones we should be concerned off.

America has been lucky with ex boxer Mr M Ali group, The Nation of Islam that they haven't gone fanatical since their beginnings in the 50s n 60s.
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Another example of religious terror and Islam self destructing by people with mental and sociological problems wanting to take charge. . It's also why Sudan is now two counties.

David Cameron condemns Meriam Ibrahim death sentence in Sudan

Meriam Yehya Ibrahim Ishag says that as she was brought up a Christian, she had not committed apostasy
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David Cameron has urged the Sudanese government to lift the "barbaric" death sentence given to a mother accused of leaving Islam to marry a Christian man.

The PM said he was "absolutely appalled" by the treatment of Meriam Yehya Ibrahim Ishag in Sudan, who gave birth in her cell on Wednesday.

Ms Ibrahim, whose father was Muslim, is sentenced to hang for abandoning her religious faith.

UK leaders Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband also condemned the sentence.

Mr Cameron said the treatment of Ms Ibrahim had "no place in today's world" and said the UK would "continue to press the government of Sudan to act".

"Religious freedom is an absolute, fundamental human right.

"I urge the government of Sudan to overturn the sentence and immediately provide appropriate support and medical care for her and her children," he said.


As Andrew Harding reports, Dani Wani visited his wife in prison
Even though Ms Ibrahim, 27, was brought up as an Orthodox Christian by her mother, a court in Sudan ruled earlier this month that she was Muslim because it was her father's faith.

She has refused to renounce the faith and has been sentenced to death by hanging for apostasy.

'Utterly appalling'
Her Christian marriage, in 2011, has also been annulled and she has been sentenced to 100 lashes for adultery because her marriage was not valid under Islamic law.

Sudan has a majority Muslim population and Islamic law has been in force there since the 1980s.

Deputy prime minister Mr Clegg called the sentence "abhorrent" and said it was a "flagrant breach of international human rights".

"This case is a grave violation of the basic right and freedom to practise one's religion," he said.

Labour leader Mr Miliband said the incarceration of Ms Ibrahim was "utterly appalling and an abhorrent abuse of her human rights".

"Nobody should be persecuted because of the religion they practice or the person they fall in love with.

"I cannot imagine the suffering - both physical and emotional - that Meriam, her husband and their two young children must be going through," he said.

Former UK prime minister Tony Blair has also described the case as a "brutal and sickening distortion of faith".


Ms Ibrahim will be allowed to nurse her daughter for up to two years before the sentence is carried out
The human rights organisation Amnesty International meanwhile has launched a petition calling for the Sudanese government to release Ms Ibrahim.

Her husband, Daniel Wani, who is a US citizen, told the BBC he was hopeful an appeal against the sentence would be successful.

Mr Wani said he had seen his new daughter in prison on Wednesday - saying that mother and baby were both doing well.

However, he said he was most concerned about his 20-month-old son, who has been living with his mother in prison since February.

"His attitude has changed a lot," Mr Wani said of his son.

"He used to be a happy boy. When I went there, he just looked at me. No smile," he said.

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With the latest isas assult in Iraq I will just watch with interest as Islam either self destructs or if it's true believers will take back what it originally was.
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Quote: With the latest isas assult in Iraq I will just watch with interest as Islam either self destructs or if it's true believers will take back what it originally was.

Yes the question is does the Islamic terrorist as you so aptly describe with mental and sociological problems of enormous size and scope get taken to task by the Marine from Idaho flown thousands of miles after being trained and equipped by Uncle Sugar or does the native born with boots already " on the ground " rise up in sufficient numbers to say enough is enough....

this President who if anyone cares to recall did not overthrow the Iraqi gubment with the pipe dream sales pitch of democracy installation as if it's as simple as installing a two car garage to a region that hears the word democracy and looks baffled , this President has correctly assessed the situation as not being solved by having more Marines getting blown up by a band of sociological misfits who know one thing and one thing only, and that's how to kill and destroy for the guy who provides them with cigarette money and an AK-47.

And I hate to burst anyones bubble about " air power " but the news footage of refugees getting blown into the next century by an errant drone strike or tomahawk missle delivered from a battle ship hundreds of miles away is just waiting to be breathlessly delivered from our friends at fux network and the blokes at BBC.

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