The group previously had a request to march through Edinburgh rejected by the City of Edinburgh Council. But the Edinburgh Sheriff Court granted it permission to gather on Regent Road on Saturday.
STV (Erroneously named) Unite Against Fascism group of left wing fascists, in Edinburgh have said the city’s residents will be “rightly outraged” by the decision. (Only the muslims and the left wing dhimmis)
Luke Henderson from the group said: “This is not about freedom of speech; this is about vile racists bringing a message of hate into Edinburgh. (What race is Islam?) They want to divide communities and spread fear and violence. Edinburgh is one city of many cultures and in this town there is overwhelming opposition to racism and organised racists and fascists.” (Then you should be marching with the SDL who are protesting the biggest racists and fascists on earth – Muslims)
Following the decision, a spokesman for the SDL said: “We have legitimate concerns about extremist interpretations of Islam and cultural applications of Islam including issues such as forced marriages and honour violence. We have the right to communicate our concerns to our fellow citizens and make them aware of our concerns in the capital of Scotland this Saturday.
Fascists and Muslims always unite against patriots. Here, an earlier SDL demonstration against Islam in Glasgow.
A group of Muslims was detained Wednesday at Orlando Sanford International Airport, apparently because of a panic over an Islamic cleanliness ritual, which requires Muslims to wash their hands, arms, face, feet and all their body orifices several times with water.
Orlando Sentinel The captain of Allegiant flight No.625 from Allentown Pa., radioed ahead and asked airport police to meet the plane when it landed about 8:30p.m., said Larry Dale, airport director and commander of its 11-member police force.
Members of the group were lingering in the lavatory and asked for a cup, arousing suspicion, Dale said. An FBI agent was interviewing three men late Wednesday, but it appeared that the travelers were detained because of a religious custom dictating cleanliness and that they would be released.
“In today’s world, we’d rather be cautious,” Dale said.
About half a dozen people and one child were traveling from Pennsylvania to Central Florida for a volleyball and badminton tournament, Dale said.
At least two of the women wore headbags, a witness said.
A report released Thursday says an Allegiant dispatcher requested that police respond “in reference to Middle Eastern passengers.”
Muhammad Musri, president of the Islamic Society of Central Florida, said devout Muslims customarily clean their private parts with water after using the restroom, and that is likely what members of the group were doing.
“They [the airplane crew] didn’t understand it, probably,” Musri said. “If you didn’t know the reason, you’d say, ‘Why do you need the cup? Why are you taking it with you into the bathroom?’”
“I’m glad they didn’t have to divert the plane to another airport,” Musri said.
Frequently in a bathroom in a Muslim household, the toilet paper will have these massive fingerprint marks that have soaked through the entire roll of toilet paper. Some of you might not even question why those marks are there, especially if those finger marks have dried out.
The reality is, after you’re done washing and wiping your butt, you now most certainly need to finish the job off with some toilet paper since your butt is dripping wet. In this situation, your hand is also dripping wet. Unfortunately, some people make the unwise decision of using their wet hand to get some toilet paper.
This roll of toilet paper is now tainted by a hand that has freshly wiped poop. This essentially creates a quasi-”second hand toilet paper” situation (similar to butt deflected water on the floor), where the toilet paper you are using has specs of someone else’s poop on it.
Something else we can thank Muslims for:
The FAA has ordered all airlines to disable emergency oxygen masks in airplane bathrooms, for fear that terrorists may use the oxygen to ignite a fire. This means that every time you go to the bathroom on a flight from now on, you’ll be risking your life if the plane decompresses.
‘Waaycist’ pink graffiti including a swastika, the letters KKK, and the word “stink” have been found painted in the driveway of a Somali Muslim in Minnesota. And terror-linked CAIR wants it designated as a ‘hate crime.’
Post Bulletin The Minnesota branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations called Wednesday for an FBI investigation into an apparent bias crime at the Rochester home of a Somali family.
A swastika, the letters KKK and the word “stink” were painted early Sunday morning on the driveway of Osman Sheik’s home on Somersby Court Northwest.
Fahma Mohamed, Sheik’s daughter, said her family doesn’t “understand where this is coming from,” because they are very open about their culture with the community. (BINGO!) Mohamed says many neighbors have brought over flowers and expressed their regret. (Ah yes, it’s almost as if there were a death in the family) It took about three hours to power-wash the graffiti away.
In a press release issued Wednesday, CAIR-MN Executive Director Lori Saroya called on state and federal authorities to assist in bringing the perpetrators to justice. “Minnesotans of all faiths must speak out against the hatred and intolerance that leads to this type of disturbing incident,” Saroya said.
CAIR-MN also asked the FBI to investigate a similar crime that occurred last May at a house about two blocks away. That house was also tagged with the symbols, prompting the family to invest in security measures like video cameras. The Rochester Police Department is investigating Sunday’s crime, but has no leads at this time, Lt. Dan Muyres said. (That’s because you haven’t checked out the local mosque members)
“TEL AVIV IS.“ A complaint leveled against the Guardian over Israel’s capital city was decided in favor of the British newspaper.
(And they wonder why newspapers are going out of business)
JTA In correcting a photo caption that had referred to Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, the newspaper wrote that “The caption on a photograph featuring passengers on a tram in Jerusalem observing a two-minute silence for Yom HaShoah, a day of remembrance for the 6 million Jews who died in the Holocaust, wrongly referred to the city as the Israeli capital. The Guardian style guide states: ‘Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel; Tel Aviv is.’ “
The watchdog group HonestReporting submitted an official complaint with the United Kingdom Press Complaints Commission saying that Israel has identified its capital as Jerusalem.
In its decision issued Sunday, the Press Complaints Commission said that “While it is correct to say that Israel classes Jerusalem as her capital city, this is not recognized by many countries and those nations enjoying diplomatic relations with Israel have their embassies in Tel Aviv. As such, the Commission was of the view that the newspaper was entitled to refer to Tel Aviv as the capital of Israel. There was no breach of the Code in this instance.”
Clause 1 of the commission’s official code states that newspapers “must take care not to publish inaccurate, misleading or distorted information,” and the terms of Clause 1(ii) state that “a significant inaccuracy, misleading statement or distortion once recognized must be corrected promptly and with due prominence.”
“We believe that this flawed ruling has the potential to further delegitimize Jerusalem’s status as Israel’s capital, giving the British media a carte blanche to follow The Guardian’s lead,” HonestReporting said in a statement on its website.
SWITZERLAND: Federal Court says an anti-Islam group has the right to give out leaflets from an information booth if it wants – and the local authorities must protect them.
The Local Fribourg Council banned the group – The Movement Against the Islamization of Switzerland – from setting up an information booth Place Georges-Python during the anti-minaret campaign in 2009.
It said it refused to give permission because of a fear that violence and unrest would break out as a result, provoking a legal challenge.
The Federal Court upheld the group’s complaint that the authorities had impinged on its freedom of expression as well as on freedom of information, newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung reported.
The court said the local authorities should instead have taken additional measures to safeguard against such an event.
In particular, the court said that the authorities could have drafted more police in to safeguard the site.
Although public law does grant local authorities powers to ban demonstrations from public spaces, the court confirmed that they may not do so simply because they disapprove of the ideas being communicated.
MUST SEE VIDEO in case you missed it the first time. Stunning anti-Islam speech by Swiss MP Oskar Freysinger