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Radicalization in the Name of Religion by Islamic Fascists.

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    Muslim groups demand mandatory retraining of all federal, state, local law enforcement officials who may have learned truth about jihad
    Robert Spencer Aug 27, 2014 at 4:26am CAIR, claiming victim status, FBI, War is deceit, willful ignorance 55 Comments
    [​IMG]They got the FBI and other federal agencies in 2011 to remove all mention of Islam and jihad in connection with terrorism from counter-terror training materials, and to fire counter-terror trainers (including me) who spoke the truth about how Islamic jihadists used the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and make recruits. Now, flush with that victory, they’re moving in for the kill: any law enforcement official who may have heard the truth must be reeducated. Chairman Mao would be dead chuffed, but the fact is that even if Obama accepts and implements this demand, and he probably will, the truth will out: even Hamas-linked CAIR cannot prevent federal, state, and local law enforcement personnel from having open eyes and watching jihad activity in the U.S. and around the world, and drawing the obvious conclusions.

    “Muslim Activists Demand Overhaul of All U.S. Law Enforcement Training,” Judicial Watch, August 26, 2014 (thanks to Pamela Geller):

    Islamic activists that strong-armed the FBI to purge anti-terrorism training material considered “offensive” to Muslims have made their next wave of demands, which include an overhaul in the way all law enforcement officers are trained in the United States.

    The coalition of influential and politically-connected Muslim rights groups is demanding that the Obama administration implement a mandatory retraining program for all federal, state and local law enforcement officials who may have been subjected to materials they deem “biased and discriminatory” against Muslims. There must also be an audit of all federal law enforcement and intelligence gathering training and educational materials to identify and remove information that could exhibit bias against any race, ethnicity, religion or national origin, the groups demand.

    Additionally, the administration must pursue disciplinary action against agents and officials who engage in discriminatory conduct as well as those responsible for the anti-Muslim training materials. Finally, the coalition insists that all federal funding to local and state law enforcement agencies be withheld unless they ban all training materials considered to be biased against race, ethnicity, religion or national origin. In short, these empowered Muslim activists want to dictate how our nation’s law enforcement agencies operate at every level.

    The outrageous demands were made this month in a letter to Lisa O. Monaco, the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism. Among the signatories is the terrorist front organization Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which has repeatedly proven that it wields tremendous power in the Obama administration. Founded in 1994 by three Middle Eastern extremists, CAIR got the FBI to purge anti-terrorism material determined to be offensive to Muslims. Judicial Watch uncovered that scandal last summer and obtained hundreds of pages of FBI documents with details of the arrangement. JW also published a special in-depth report on the subject in December.

    CAIR also got several police departments in President Obama’s home state of Illinois to cancel essential counterterrorism courses over accusations that the instructor was anti-Muslim. The course was called “Islamic Awareness as a Counter-Terrorist Strategy” and departments in Lombard, Elmhurst and Highland Park caved into CAIR’s demands. The group responded with a statement commending officials for their “swift action in addressing the Muslim community’s concerns.” CAIR has wielded its power in a number of other cases during the Obama presidency, including blocking an FBI probe involving the radicalization of young Somali men in the U.S. and pressuring the government to file discrimination lawsuits against employers who don’t accommodate Muslims in the workplace.

    Other signatories include the powerful open borders group Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), Muslim Advocates, the Sikh Coalition, Women in Islam Inc., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), to name a few. The group’s claim that recent administration directives to promote multicultural and diversity sensitivity training in law enforcement aren’t enough because they don’t specifically address anti-Muslim materials.

    “Without executive branch actions, including those we recommend below, trainings that perpetuate gross stereotypes and false information about Islam and Muslims will continue to proliferate at the state and local level,” the letter says. It continues: “The use of anti-Muslim trainers and materials is not only highly offensive, disparaging the faith of millions of Americans, but leads to biased policing that targets individuals and communities based on religion, not evidence of wrongdoing.” This will foster fear and suspicion of Muslims and will lead to an increase in discrimination, bullying, harassment and anti-Muslim violence, the letter asserts.
     
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    Incoming Turkish PM says he will repair damage of last 90 years, but not restore the Ottoman Empire
    Robert Spencer Aug 27, 2014 at 9:19am Turkey 8 Comments
    [​IMG]“The new program does not aim to regress 90 years back but rather seeks to repair the republic, democracy, foreign policy and a model of the economy that has been ‘injured’ for the past 90 years” — that is, essentially for the whole life of the secular Turkish Republic. Ninety years ago was 1924, the year the new secular Turkish Republic abolished the caliphate. Davutoğlu is an ally of outgoing Prime Minister and incoming President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who is known to favor an Islamic state based on Islamic law. So if Davutoğlu doesn’t intend to restore the Ottoman Empire, perhaps he has in mind some new model of caliphate.

    “Davutoğlu sets out with ‘restoration program,’” by Uğur Ergan and Nuray Babacan, Hürriyet Daily News, August 27, 2014 (thanks to Joshua):

    Ahmet Davutoğlu, the sole candidate for the ruling party congress today and likely next prime minister, is set to chart a course of “restoration” in the government’s new program, according a source close to the PM-designate.

    “The era of great restoration” was what Davutoğlu spelled out after being nominated as the candidate by President-elect Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Aug. 21. However, the term does not refer to restoring the Ottoman Empire, the Davutoğlu aide stressed to daily Hürriyet.

    The struggle against the movement of U.S.-based Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, also dubbed by the government and Erdoğan as the “parallel structure,” is another concept to be included in the government program.

    Davutoğlu and his team carried out two studies over the weekend on the eve of the convention in Ankara, with one of them focusing on his inauguration and the other group revising the government’s program.

    Davutoğlu reportedly told allies that he already had a speech in mind and would emphasize that “We are Turkey all together” and that this call would include references to all ethnic roots.

    Separate teams worked on revisions on items to the judiciary, the Constitution and the economy and merged them into one text based on “restoration.”

    “Once it is read out in Parliament, you will find information on the 2023 targets, necessary work to improve Turkey in all fields and the vision for action,” the source said.

    “Seeing all these, you will notice that the comments on ‘returning to the Ottoman Empire, an Islamic state, are all unreal and baseless,” he added.

    The new program does not aim to regress 90 years back but rather seeks to repair the republic, democracy, foreign policy and a model of the economy that has been “injured” for the past 90 years, according to the source.

    However, the party is not considering giving further information before the speech in Parliament. The changes in the government program will not be very large, the source also said.

    Mahir Ünal, a deputy chair of the ruling Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) parliamentary group, said the target of the new government would be a “strong economy, strong defense and strong political will.” Ünal said the era would be called the “New Turkey and Process of Restoration,” with three focuses: The struggle against the parallel structure, the Kurdish peace process and the new Constitution.

    The Gülen movement and the government have been at odds since Dec. 17, 2013, when a graft probe that engulfed Cabinet ministers and their families was launched. This was followed by government’s counter attack against civil servants and officials who were reportedly close to the Gülenists, who it accuses of organizing a “coup attempt” against the government.

    Erdoğan has pledged to continue efforts to find a peaceful solution to the lingering Kurdish issue, as the government has already signaled that the military leaders of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) might be included in the ongoing talks.

    The program is slated to be read out in Parliament on Sept. 1 while the legislature may hold a vote of confidence on Sept. 6.

    Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç clarified his words on the need for ministers to resign before the new prime minister starts shaping his Cabinet.

    Arınç said his Aug. 25 suggestion was about politeness to the incoming prime minister and did not mean that the whole Cabinet had resigned.

    Also rouching on Arınç’s remarks, Justice and Development Party (AKP) spokesperson Hüseyin Çelik said the move was a “requirement.”

    “Membership in the central executive board will automatically end with the election of the new prime minister,” he said.

    The new chairman of the party can choose anyone for these posts as long as the member is from the AKP’s highest decision-making body, the Central Decision and Executive Board, he said.
     
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    Bro, palestine is long standing issue. Country doing there diplomacy for decades on this topic, first attack on Olympic caused by this, many war happened between countries because of this, it become a symbol of resistance everywhere is islamic world. There is a significance of Palestine, you cant compare that with any other issue.
     
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    I dont agree with this... if israel is a zoinist country then pakistan, afgan, bangladesh, myanmar are zoinist countries as well but you dont see hindus blowing them selfs up in a mahjid
     
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    Then its a good sign, that our society didnt radicalized as much. But thats Arab world problem, we only need to comment, there is enough threat of radicalization to ourselves. We dont need to target other religion, but need solution that how can they become inclusive in our whole society.

    You feel bad, about my this statement, but every majority population of a country have some more major responsibilities then any other, you cant blame other religion for that, we need to be more flexible,
     
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    When Hindus targeted xian/Buddhist/jain/Sikh(except 2or3 isolated incidents)............. i think these are also so called OTHER RELIGIONS
    ISLAM is a Can**** /problem if Muslims are close their eyes others must/will force them to open
     
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    Problem? So what are you pesticide, bro, use your words wisely.
     
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    Kerala nursing student death | The Indian Express

    A mainstream media maintains silence, social media uproar over death of Kerala nursing student
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    [​IMG] The nursing college authorities had asked Roy to give an explanation about a complaint that she had allegedly ragged junior students. (Photo source: Rosy Roy group-http://iexp.in/oqV125589)
    Written by Shaju Philip | Thiruvananthapuram | Posted: November 21, 2014 8:32 pm | Updated: November 21, 2014 8:51 pm
    Two weeks after a nursing student allegedly jumped into death from the ninth floor of a private hospital here, social media in Kerala is witnessing an unprecedented outrage demanding justice for the girl.

    Roji Roy, 19, jumped from the tenth floor of Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), a leading private hospital in the Kerala capital on November 6. She was a second year student at the nursing school run by the KIMS.

    On that day, Roy was summoned by the nursing college authorities to the hospital complex to give an explanation about a complaint that she had allegedly ragged junior students.That morning she appeared herself before the inquiry panel, but refuted the allegations.

    As the panel, comprising the hostel warden, college principal and vice-principal wanted her to give her explanation in writing, she went out to prepare the same in the library. Around noon that day, she jumped from the ninth floor of the hospital. A seriously injured Roy was declared dead at 6 pm.

    [​IMG] The family sources said they were pained at the approach of the local newspapers.
    Roy is the elder daughter of George Roy and Sajitha, both differently abled. She has a younger brother. Many leading Malayalam dailies did not even mention KIMS name in their story. They blacked out the victim’s family version. Sources at a prominent TV news channel said they could not run a story on Roy’s family version. “ We ran their story in a single bulletin. There was immense pressure on us not to repeat that news,’’ sources said.

    As the mysterious death was fading into oblivion, a group “Justice of Roji Roy’’ emerged on Facebook. Two weeks on, the group has grown into a community of 46,456 persons . As the protest in the social media gathers momentum, various forms of agitations are being reported from across the world, particularly from the nursing community. On Friday, CPI (M) student wing SFI took out a protest march in Thiruvananthapuram demanding impartial probe into the incident. Nursing students and nurses across the country have observed protest in these days.

    “We are submitting before the social media this girl named Roji Roy, who was abandoned by the media under the duress from the corporate forces. The responsibility to become the voice of the deaf and dumb parents, who want justice for their daughter, rests with each one of you. Let us hope this online agitation would bring in justice for Roji Roy,” says the Facebook page.



    [​IMG] Many leading Malayalam dailies did not even mention KIMS name in their story.
    The home page of the “Justice for Roji Roy says, “this community is against the criminal silence of the media, which should
    have brought out the truth….It is against those forces that put out the right of woman to live.’’

    Hundreds of members in the community had made Roy’s photo as their profile picture. They have urged the members to boycott the Kerala newspaper pages or unlike stories in their online editions. Earlier this week, they observed black day in cyber world. As another means of protest, they ensured that the comments in the Malayalam newspapers’ facebook pages are strictly about Roji Roy, whatever be the subject of news report.

    Roy’s cousin brother Siby Raj said being the daughter of differently able parents, Roy had come through severe hardships in life. “She would not commit suicide. Someone harassed her in a manner forcing her to take the extreme step.’’

    Raj said Roy had telephoned her close relatives to reach the hospital after the management wanted to do so in connection with the ragging complaint. She had called her uncle at 10 am before she appeared before the inquiry panel. What happened in the next two hours is mysterious, he said.

    He said a junior student had complained that Roy had ridiculed her surname. “Why the college authorities took it seriously. We doubt that a written complaint was prepared after the girl jumped from the building. She was summoned by the inquiry panel a before her internal examination, which was cruel,” said Raj.

    He said the girl was almost dead after she fell from the ninth floor of the building at noon. “Her family members who reached the hospital by 2 pm were not even allowed inside the ward she was admitted to. Only at 6 pm, they confirmed the death,” he added.

    KIMS executive director E M Najeeb said the nursing college was bound to act on the ragging complaint as per the supreme court directive. “We never expected that she would jump from the building after going out to prepare the explanation that she did not rag anyone,’’ said Najeeb.

    He said the complainant’s parents wanted the management probe into the incident saying their daughter’s mental condition was bad after ragging. “In such a situation we have to act on a complaint. At the same time, we did not threaten hear about any case. There was no harassment on the part of the management or nursing college. We are ready to face any probe.’’

    The victim’s family sources said none from the hospital or nursing college attended her funeral. Even a few friends who turned up were barred from speaking to the family.

    Najeeb said they kept away from the funeral after police advised to do so. “Since there was a tense situation, our presence would have worsened the scenario. Hence, we kept away.’’

    The family sources said they were pained at the approach of the local newspapers. “One leading daily wrongly gave funeral date even after collecting all details from our house in Kollam. It


     
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    created confusion among relatives, many of them could not attend the funeral,’’ said Siby Raj.

    Thiruvananthapuram deputy police commissioner Ajitha Beegam said a clear picture on the issue would emerge in three or four days. “We are recording the statements of various persons in the hospital and nursing college. At present, there is a case for unnatural death. We are looking into whether anyone abetted her suicide. If there is substance in this regard, the case would be converted into a case for abetting suicide.’’

    The DCP said they have noticed some discrepancies in the statements about the timing of the internal inquiry and complaint about ragging. “Everything is being scrutinized. Right now, I cannot confirm whether there would be a case for abetting suicide. We are also looking into the genuineness of the ragging complaint and whether there was a written complaint before the internal probe panel when the girl was summoned before it.’’
     
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    Nadapuram child abuse: Case booked against Abdurahman Sagafi, Latest News - Mathrubhumi English News Online


    Nadapuram child abuse: Case booked against Abdurahman Sagafi

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    Nadapuram: Police have booked a case against Perode P M Abdurahman Sagafi, general secretary of Parakadavu Sirajulhuda Education Complex and also the school manager in a case where a LKG child was sexually abused at Nadapuram. A case was booked for offending the sentiments of the child's parents in a public forum.

    A case was booked under IPC Act based on a complaint filed by the child's father for making slanderous remarks against them in a public meeting. Abdurahman Sagafi had also backed the accused openly and made offending remarks against the child's parents.

    The Child Welfare Commission had also stated that Abdurahman Sagafi's statement should be taken seriously. The child's father had filed a complaint with the Vadakara Rural SP on Thursday.

    Two persons were arrested on Saturday in connection with the sexual assault. The arrested were Mubasheer (19) of Panoor and Shamsuddin (18) of Thalassery, who were staying in the school hostel for religious studies.

     
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    What is ragged
     
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