GOOD NEWS! ISIS press officer who said jihadists would ‘raise the flag of Allah over the White House’ reported dead in Syrian Army airstrike

The spokesman for ISIS who brazenly declared that jihadists would ‘raise the flag of Allah in the White House’ has been killed by a Syrian airstrike, according to a message posted on social media. A pro-Isis Twitter account said of the gun-toting PR representative: ‘This brother Abu Moussa was martyred during missile clashes at the Taqba airbase.’ His death has not yet been officially confirmed.


UK Daily Mail  Mosa recently granted a journalist access to Isis fighters and even took him to the frontline in Syria, where he astonishingly broke off an interview to take pot shots at government soldiers.

In a video for Vice magazine, he said: ‘I say to America that the Islamic Caliphate has been established and we will not stop. Don’t be cowards and attack us with drones. ‘Instead send your soldiers, the ones we humiliated in Iraq. We will humiliate them everywhere, God willing. And we will raise the flag of Allah in the White House.’ 


The news follows the revelation that at least one in four of the estimated 2,000 foreigners fighting for ISIS in Syria and Iraq is British – and half of those are already back in the UK. Serious questions have been raised as to whether enough is being done to stem the flow of fighters after the Government revealed it has only seized 23 passports this year to prevent them travelling to the war zone.

The Government says there are around 500 British among the fighters while a further 250 are thought to have already returned to the UK where the police and security services are attempting to watch them.

That means there are now almost three times as many British Muslims fighting for Islamic State than there are serving in the UK military, an MP has claimed. The murder of James Foley apparently by ‘John’ – one of a gang of British jihadis known as ‘The Beatles’ – has raised fears the killing fields of Syria and Iraq are dominated by extremist Britons.




EXCELLENT! Just like American Banks, HSBC in London is closing terror-linked Muslim accounts

imagesAround 300 worshippers from notoriously radical Finsbury Park Mosque staged a protest outside HSBC this afternoon in anger at the bank’s decision to close their account.

Islington Gazette  The demonstrators chanted “HSBC shame on you” and held placards outside the Seven Sisters Road branch at around 2.30pm. The action came after the St Thomas’s Road mosque received a letter in July telling them their account would be shut – they say without any reason. (Banks are not required to provide a reason)


Khalid Oumar, secretary of the mosque’s board of trustees, said: “The protest went to plan and it was good to see people out there. At the end we delivered a petition with 1000 signatures to the bank’s senior manager.

“To be honest, it’s no longer about keeping the account. They sent us a second letter, which is worse than the first because it seeks our sympathy and understanding, telling us their decisions was not based on religion or race (That’s right, it’s based on your terrorism ties). But as we shouted at outside the bank ‘give us a reason’. 


“They still haven’t told us why they closed the account, so we can’t learn from it, or even amend it. This is no way to deal with us and the main victims are the people who use the centre, because we’re a registered charity.”

Inspector Paul Standing, who was in charge of policing the demonstration, said: “They were very compliant and good natured. “We’d like to thank them for the way they organised and stewarded everything, it was peaceful and without incident. It was perfect from our point of view.”

A spokesman for the bank said they did not discuss individual customers but their decisions were never based on race or religion.









UK: Sainsbury’s store strips kosher food from its shelves over fear of attacks by anti-Israel Jew-haters

images-1A Sainsbury’s branch emptied its kosher food shelf after the manager feared anti-Israeli protesters outside would attack it, the supermarket giant has said. Meats, cheeses and sauces were removed from a Sainsbury’s Local branch in Holborn, central London, as it was picketed by demonstrators who were calling on the grocer to boycott Israeli goods.

UK Daily Mail  The incident yesterday afternoon happened on the same day anti-Israeli activists ‘wreaked havoc’ at a Birmingham branch of Tesco when a demonstration got out of hand. Actor Colin Appleby took a photo of the empty shelf, prompting uproar online as hundreds condemned the grocer for appearing to succumb to the demands of the protesters.

Sainsbury's store shelf emptied of Kosher products

Sainsbury’s store shelf emptied of Kosher products

People also pointed out that many of the goods were not from Israel and instead came from nations including Britain and Poland. Mr Appleby wrote that a staff member defended the decision by stating: ‘We support Free Gaza’. When he then pointed out the distinction between Israeli and kosher goods, staff ‘walked away’, he wrote.

The move yesterday sparked online accusations of anti-Semitism by the grocer – despite the Sainsbury family’s well-documented Jewish ancestry dating back as far as the 19th century.  Sainsbury’s insisted the decision was taken in case protesters hurled food from the shelves, which would then have to be thrown away.

But Facebook user Gavin Platman made a formal complaint about the incident, which happened half a mile from the company’s headquarters at London’s Holborn Circus. He wrote to Sainsbury’s: ‘I presume you are aware that Kosher food is produced in countries other than Israel? You are therefore not making a political statement against Israel but instead are targeting a group based on race – i.e. Jews.

As a Jew I find this deeply offensive. Naturally I am against the death of innocent children in Gaza so why are you persecuting me by denying me the right to buy Kosher food? ‘I presume you are also removing Halal food in protest against the Islamic State slaughtering Yazidis. Clearly not – therefore you have blurred the line between political statement and hate crime.’

Former Tory MP Louise Mensch also waded into the row, writing on Twitter: 

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Pro-Palestinian protesters in Britain have long urged supporters to boycott Israeli goods, though not kosher goods, to send a message to Israel over its blockade of Gaza. The incident yesterday happened on the same day as demonstrators ‘wreaked havoc’ in a Tesco store after a protest against its stocking of Israeli food got out of hand. Protesters accused of hurling produce and attacking police at the supermarket in Hodge Hill, Birmingham, are being hunted by officers.


It is understood similar protests at Israeli military action in Gaza have taken place outside Tesco stores in Rochdale and Sale in Greater Manchester, Blackburn and Luton. A march involving 1,500 people in Cardiff last month led to criticism of the police after footage emerged of violence erupting.  Tesco sells fruit, peppers, potatoes and herbs from Israel, along with branded goods. A spokesman said: ‘We do this in line with the Government position on trade with Israel, and we mark all products clearly with the country of origin, so customers can make informed choices about what to buy.’

Mr Appleby returned to the branch this evening and found the kosher food shelf had been fully reinstated, adding: ‘Sainsbury’s assure me the staff member has been suitably chastised.’  The firm admitted the kosher food was removed but challenged Mr Appleby’s version of events. 

A Sainsbury’s spokesman told MailOnline there was ‘no evidence’ that a staff member had made the ‘Free Gaza’ comment and instead the decision was taken to stop protesters damaging the food. The spokesman added: ‘It was the manager’s decision there and then – not company policy at all. We are a non-political organisation and we’re not coming down on either side of the argument. 





UK: Moviegoers turned away from Birmingham cinema because they were NOT Muslim

PAY-Star-CityFurious cinemagoers say they were turned away from a busy Vue complex because they weren’t Muslim. Leon Jennings, 22, had been visiting Birmingham’s Star City entertainment complex with two other friends. But as he tried to enter the Vue Cinema on the site, which includes dozens of bars and licenced restaurants, he said he was turned away by a burly security guard.

UK Mirror (h/t Geoff M)  Asked why, shocked Leon says he was told by staff the films showing were only for couples and families celebrating the end of Islamic festival Eid. Vue Cinemas have apologized and promised an investigation.


Leon says he and and his two pals were forced to turn around and go home – because “they did not look like they celebrated Eid” and were left feeling embarrassed and discriminated against for being white.

As we drove in the bloke on the gate said to us ‘not tonight guys, it’s couples and families only’.’ We thought he was  joking and went and parked up.  We tried to get into the cinema and the security guy stopped us from going in. He said we couldn’t go in because it was ‘only couples and families celebrating Eid.’

I tried to point out that there were loads of groups lads who were Muslim being allowed in but that made no difference. He said to us we didn’t look like we were celebrating Eid. He was making assumptions about my religion and banning me based on my skin colour. 


A Facebook page set up to call for a boycott of Star City has already gained over 800 likes on the social network. Other web-users reported similar experiences on Wednesday – which marked the end of Ramadan, where Muslims fast for a month. Emma Noakes wrote on Facebook: “My friends family have just been refused entry at VUE cinema as they are not Muslim this is a shocking disgrace. If the shoe was on the other foot there would be uproar. Can you imagine banning all Muslims to star city because it’s Christmas.


LONDONISTAN TIMES rejects renowned Nazi-hunter and Nobel Prize winner Elie Weisel’s advertisement condemning Hamas

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, founder of This World: The Values Network, has been running an ad campaign featuring Elie Wiesel opposing Hamas’ use of child sacrifice. This ad has appeared in the New York TimesNew York ObserverWashington Post and the Wall Street Journal without a hitch.

UNTIL TODAY. The London Times refused to run it…because it would be offensive to Muslim terrorists.


Observer A representative of The Times wrote, “In brief, [The Times] [feels] that the opinion being expressed is too strong and too forcefully made and will cause concern amongst a significant number of Times readers.”

Rabbi Shmuley, who was named London Times Preacher of the Year in 2000, said, “At a time when Israel is fighting for its very existence against the genocidal terrorists of Hamas, the British media, already infamously skewed against Israel, refuses a paid ad that every major American outlet – including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Times sister publication The Wall Street Journal  – was proud to run as a full page ad.”

The rabbi’s This World advertisement calls upon world leaders and “true Muslims” to “condemn Hamas’ use of children as human shields.” The advertisement was co-written by Elie Weisel and Rabbi Shmuley.

“Elie Wiesel is one of the most respected human beings alive, a Nobel Peace Laureate, and is the living face of the [H]olocaust. No greater expert on genocide exists in the whole world. His call for the end of child sacrifice by Hamas who use children as human shields and a stop to their genocidal charter which calls for the murder of Jews everywhere could only offend the sensibilities of the most die-hard anti-Israel haters and anti-Semites,” Rabbi Shmuley stated.”I am shocked that The Times would engage in censorship of the worst kind to cater to such bigotry.”



EXCELLENT! Britain’s first Muslim cabinet member resigns over UK’s Gaza policy

Now, hopefully the rest of the Muslims in Parliament will resign, as well. Britain’s first Muslim cabinet member has resigned from her position as a minister in the foreign office, saying she could no longer support the government’s policy on the conflict between Israel and Hamas.


Irish Times (h/t Edmund L)  Sayeeda Warsi, a baroness who sits in the upper house of parliament, branded the government’s policy on Gaza “morally indefensible” and detrimental to Britain’s national interest. Ms Warsi informed prime minister David Cameron that she could no longer support the Government’s stance on the issue.


Chancellor George Osborne immediately hit back, saying her decision was “unnecessary” and insisting that ministers were committed to working to secure peace in the region.

“This a disappointing and frankly unnecessary decision,” he said. “The British Government is working with others in the world to bring peace to Gaza and we do now have a tentative ceasefire which we all hope will hold.”

In her resignation letter, Ms Warsi said: “My view has been that our policy in relation to the Middle East peace process generally, but more recently our approach and language during the current crisis in Gaza, is morally indefensible, is not in Britain’s national interest and will have a long-term detrimental impact on our reputation internationally and domestically.”


The departure is a heavy blow to the prime minister – both because of the way that it highlights divisions within the Tory ranks over Middle East policy and because it marks the loss of a woman minister at a time when he has been trying to promote more women in Government. A Downing Street spokesman said: “The prime minister regrets that Baroness Warsi has decided to stand down and is grateful for the excellent work that she has done, both as a minister and in opposition.

“Our policy has always been consistently clear – the situation in Gaza is intolerable and we’ve urged both sides to agree to an immediate and unconditional ceasefire.”

London mayor Boris Johnson paid tribute to Ms Warsi, saying he hoped she would make a return to the government soon, while he condemned the Israeli action as “disproportionate” – a word Mr Cameron and foreign secretary Philip Hammond have consistently avoided.

“I can’t for the life of me see how this can be a sensible strategy,” he said during a LBC radio phone-in. “I think it is disproportionate, I think it is ugly and it is tragic and I don’t think it will do Israel any good in the long run.”

We haven’t forgotten Warsi’s repeated penchant for inflating the numbers of dead Palestinians.






UK: Sharia-compliant Tesco stores ban Israeli products

Tesco, the UK’s largest sharia-compliant food retailer, has strongly rejected claims that the Gaza crisis is forcing it to stop selling Israeli produce and products, saying that in the case of Israeli dates packaged under its own label it had decided to stop selling them in September “for commercial reasons.”


JPost  According to the grocery chain, the dates are grown in Israel but packaged in the West Bank. “It is clearly marked as “West Bank (Israeli settlement produce)” so customers are fully aware of what they are buying,” a spokesman told The Jerusalem Post. “As part of our regular review of our range, we will not be selling this product for much longer.”

The spokesman said that in line with the recent request from the British government on “origin of food” labeling, the dates have to be marked and sold as such, and as Tesco customers have been asking for such information, the company has to supply it.


halal-e13693304276401Nevertheless, he emphasized that the decision had nothing to do with Gaza and that any report to the contrary was “erroneous.” “Like all major UK retailers we sell some products that are sourced from Israel,” he said. “We do this in line with the government position on trade with Israel, and we mark all products clearly with the country of origin so customers can make informed choices about what to buy.”

The spokesman said Tesco had “no plans to change our sourcing arrangements, which are in line with other retailers and in accordance with the Government’s position.” Explaining the background to its decision, Tesco confirmed it had received questions from customers about products from Israel or the West Bank.

1622866_831806823516471_8630834423428001301_n“To make sure we answered their questions with the most accurate and up to date information, we contacted suppliers to double-check our own information, particularly for branded products,” the chain said.

As to whether just the suppliers of kosher products had been approached or whether the company had sought similar information from other suppliers, the spokesman told the Postthat while it had not asked all its suppliers, many had been requested to indicate the country of origin of their products.

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2013’s figures for the Tesco chain of 2,500 stores showed a £3.3 billion profit. 

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UK Prime Minister David Cameron: “This Ramadan, Muslims have shown what Islam is all about”




GOTCHA! BBC reporter caught pimping for Hamas


Red faces at the BBC after reporter tweets ‘heartbreaking photo of child hurt by Israeli rocket’ which is actually a girl in Syria.

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UK Daily Mail  A BBC war reporter made a shocking blunder by tweeting a photograph of an injured child from Syria but indicating she was from Gaza. Gaza correspondent Jon Donnison added ‘Heartbreaking’ to the front of a message he retweeted from a Palestinian ‘journalist and social activist’ named Hazem Balousha. Balousha had posted a picture of a young girl lying on a hospital bed with bloodied clothes, along with the words ‘Pain in #Gaza.’


Donnison’s tweet went out to his 7,971 followers on the social networking site and he was soon hit with a barrage of outraged responses highlighting the mistake. The website highlighted the error and wrote: ‘Up to now, it may have been possible to put down Jon Donnison’s frequently problematic reporting to a lack of knowledge and understanding of the region.

‘However, his decision to promote deliberate misinformation – either knowingly or as a result of a complete failure to check facts – indicates that he is not merely naive.  ‘Donnison has rendered himself no longer fit for the purpose of accurate and impartial reporting from the Middle East in accordance with the BBC’s legal obligations.’




UK Deputy Prime Minister says Israeli strikes on Gaza are “deliberately disproportionate”

Deputy PM Nick Clegg has accused Israel of “collective punishment” against the Palestinians and says, “Israel has proved its point. It’s time to stop.” 

What can you expect from a schmuck who has called  Israeli settlement construction is “vandalism.”

NICK CLEGG with PA leader Mahmoud Abbas: Clegg has said that he considers Israeli settlement construction to be “vandalism.”

Haaretz  The U.K.’s Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said Thursday that Israeli airstrikes in Gaza in response to Hamas rocket fire is “deliberately disproportionate.’” Speaking on his weekly phone-in to radio station LBC, the Liberal Democrats leader accused Israel of “collective punishment” against the Palestinians, The Guardian reported.

“I have to say though I really do think now the Israeli response appears to be deliberately disproportionate. It is amounting now to a disproportionate form of collective punishment. It is leading to a humanitarian crisis in Gaza, which is just unacceptable,” Clegg said.

He added that Israel has the right to defend itself, but that Jerusalem has made its point.

“I really would now call on the Israeli government to stop. They have proved their point. Israeli of course retains the right to react. But you cannot see the humanitarian suffering in Gaza now and the very great number of deaths in Gaza without concluding that there is not much more going to be served in Israel’s own interests … to see this festering humanitarian crisis get worse. It incubates the next generation of violent extremists who want to do harm to Israel,” he said.

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UK: Sharia-compliant Tesco belatedly apologizes after Muslim checkout worker refused to sell customer ham and wine because it was Ramadan


A Muslim cashier at a Tesco store refused to serve a customer buying ham and wine because he said it was Ramadan. The cashier told Julie Cottle he would not touch the items as they are forbidden by Islam and said she should use the self-service tills instead.

UK Daily Mail (h/t Michael & Paris)  When Miss Cottle, 43, from Neasden, north-west London, complained to the manager, he backed the worker’s right to refuse to serve her because it was the holy month of Ramadan and he was fasting. But Tesco has now apologized for Monday’s incident and said the worker had been ‘spoken to.’ (Why wasn’t he fired?)


Miss Cottle, a mother of three, said she went to a Tesco Express to get two packets of ham for her children’s lunches. She also had three bottles of white wine among her shopping.

Miss Cottle said her treatment left her furious. ‘He pointed at the ham and wine in my basket and said “I can’t serve you that because I’m fasting”,’ she said. ‘When I told him he should be serving customers not turning them away he still refused, telling me to go to the self-service. ‘I know he has his beliefs – I’m a Christian myself – but he should be able to do his job properly. I’m disgusted. If he is refusing to do his job he shouldn’t be there.’


‘I started shouting and he went to the back of the shop. I asked to see the manager. He was a temporary manager and he said I had to use the self-service. ‘I was furious so when I got home I rang Tesco customer service to complain. ‘All they said was “that does not sound right but if it is ok with the manager that’s ok”.’

During Ramadan Muslims go without food and drink between dawn and dusk. The devout also refrain from smoking, swearing, arguing, listening to music and having sex to demonstrate their faith. Following the yearly ritual is considered as one of the Five Pillars of Islam. (Who the hell cares?)





UK: ‘Dhimmi’ Archbishop of Canterbury says there is too much hysteria over Islamization and Muslim radicalization in Britain

The Archbishop of Canterbury has warned against developing a “culture of fear” towards Muslims in Britain and said the proportion of Muslims in Britain who are radicalized remained “extraordinarily small.”


Asian Image  The Most Rev Justin Welby said there was a danger of a “national culture of fear” over the issue. “Clearly there is an issue with people going to Syria and coming back highly radicalised. There is a problem with radicalization,” he said.

“But the proportion of Muslims who are radicalized is extraordinarily small and I’m just edgy about developing a national culture of fear because I don’t think that gets us anywhere and I think we’re in danger of slipping into a very fearful culture in which we see everyone against us and us against everyone and we’re constantly trying to defend ourselves.”

He added: “We’ve been becoming too hysterical about this subject for some considerable period and it is a worry because we have huge differences with Islam as Christians, but that is absolutely no reason for hostility. Quite the reverse.” (Idiot!)