Ramadan Bombathon 2017 – Day 10

You could call the holiday, “Ramabombathan”. Here’s the tale of death and destruction leveled in the name of Allah during the “Religion of Peace’s” Holiest month of Ramadan.

Read this from – TheReligionOfPeace.com.

Are all religions really the same? Is “Islamophobia” a bigger problem than Islamic terror? Is it really even a “phobia”… or is Islam genuinely different?  Let’s find out. Let’s keep score during Islam’s holiest month. (June 4th) Note : Islamic terrorists killed people in 17 countries during the first 9 days of Ramadan 2017.

Date Country City Killed Injured Description
2017.06.05 Iraq Baghdad 1 4 A 10-year-old boy is disassembled by an ‘insurgent’ mortar fired into his family home.
2017.06.05 Australia Melbourne 1 1 An ISIS-inspired gunman kills a man and takes a woman hostage.
2017.06.04 Pakistan Quaidabad 1 0 A barber is shot to death in his shop by sectarian Jihadis.
2017.06.04 Iraq Zanjili 32 24 A wave of suicide bombers produces thirty-two dead Iraqis.
2017.06.04 Pakistan Talibul Moula 1 0 An 18-year-old girl is shot to death by her father for ‘having an affair.’
2017.06.04 Pakistan Spini 2 0 Two Hazara religious minorities are gunned down for their faith.
2017.06.04 Afghanistan Kandahar 6 1 Two religious men join the police and then gun down six colleagues in cold blood.
2017.06.03 India Lower Munda 2 4 Hizb-ul-Mujahideen members ambush and killed two local security personnel.
2017.06.03 Iraq Zanjili 43 0 Forty-three civilians are massacred by the Islamic State as they attempt to flee the caliphate.
2017.06.03 England London 7 48 Three Muslims shouting “this is for Allah,” plow into pedestrians on London Bridge, then proceed to a market, stabbing people until seven others are dead.

For the rest of the carnage, click here.

 

 

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‘Dream On’ Bleeding Heart Libs

For all of you ‘bleeding heart’ liberals cheering the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals staying President Donald Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration, take a trip back to the Boston Marathon Bombing remembrance with Steven Tyler and Aerosmith’s inspiring version of ‘Dream On’.  Personally, I love the arraignment, but really don’t want to relive the reason for it’s production.

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Tic-Toc: Ninth Circuit, Washington State, Democratic Party, Et Al. – You Own Every Terrorist Incident…

…. Murder, Rape, Immigration Law Violation, Car Accident, Crime, and Wasted Tax Payer Resource that stems from the results of this crazy opinion.

Read the Ninth Circuit Opinion here.

 

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If Only Donald Trump Grew Peanuts

Not that we would want President Donald Trump to be anything like the president that peanut grower,  Jimmy Carter was, but President Trump sure could use the same level of support for his attempts to protect the United States from Radical Islamic Terrorism that President Jimmy got.

From Aljazeera (I know, but I don’t make the news), “this is not the first time that the US has banned immigrants from its shores. Over the past 200 years, successive American presidents have placed restrictions on the immigration of certain groups.”

Here are six occasions when laws have been passed to restrict some people from entering the country.

Read moreIf Only Donald Trump Grew Peanuts

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Hunting Edward Snowden

According to TheNational, a “Secret US flight flew over Scottish airspace to capture Snowden“.  I think they missed the part about the little “NSA Search Marbles” that were dropped during the over flight.

THE UK GOVERNMENT is facing demands to reveal the details of a secret flight through Scottish airspace which was at the centre of a plot to capture whistleblower Edward Snowden.

The plane, which passed above the Outer Hebrides, the Highlands and Aberdeenshire, was dispatched from the American east coast on June 24 2013, the day after Snowden left Hong Kong for Moscow. The craft was used in controversial US ‘rendition’ missions.

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Reports by Scottish journalist Duncan Campbell claim the flight, travelling well above the standard aviation height at 45,000 feet and without a filed flight plan, was part of a mission to capture Snowden following his release of documents revealing mass surveillance by US and UK secret services.

That the flight passed over Scotland, airspace regulated by the UK, has raised questions over UK complicity in a covert mission to arrest Snowden and whether any police, aviation or political authorities in Scotland were made aware of the flight path.

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