MUSLIM HUMOR: Lebanese man threatens to behead three terrified little Syrian refugee children

The video shows the three children sobbing as a man standing behind a camera waves a knife and asks: “Whom do we behead first?” “Put your hand here or else I will sever your head,” he tells one of the terrified boys, who are crying throughout the video.

“You, come here … Do you belong to Daesh?” the man says, using an acronym for the full Arabic name of the ISIS Islamic State group, which has recently beheaded two Lebanese soldiers. Adding to the pathos of the incident, the crying children respond by pointing at each other.

The man who staged the sick prank has confessed that he was amused by their weeping and their mother actually loved the video, a police statement said on Saturday. In a surprising twist, the kids’ mother arrived during the last moments of filming and she actually “loved the scene” and asked that the video be sent to her phone.

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EGYPT’S Foreign Minister takes John Kerry to school re: Islamic terrorism

Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri in Cairo on Saturday, September 13, 2014.

Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri in Cairo on Saturday, September 13, 2014.

Egypt tells John Kerry that ISIS brand of Islamofascist terrorism isn’t limited to Syria and Iraq, it’s all over the Middle East and should be dealt with everywhere.

CNS News  During Secretary of State John Kerry’s weekend visit to Cairo, his Egyptian counterpart pushed for the new international focus on countering terrorism to go beyond Syria and Iraq, arguing that the same ideology espoused by the jihadists there is driving other Islamist extremists, including those in Egypt’s neighboring territories.

During his current travels in the Middle East and Europe, Kerry is seeking support for a coalition to tackle the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL), and he said Sunday he has received offers from some countries to take part in the military element of that campaign. But while the administration’s focus has been largely centered on ISIS, Cairo sees the problem as a far broader one.


A spokesman for President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi said that in talks with Kerry the president had “stressed that any international coalition against terrorism must be a comprehensive alliance that is not limited to confront a certain organization or to curb a single terrorist hotbed but must expand to include all the terrorist hotbeds across the Middle East and Africa.”

During a joint press appearance with Kerry, Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri underlined the point, calling for a fight against Islamist terrorists “wherever they may be.” “I support the international efforts to fight terrorism and work on supporting these efforts, and support the necessary measures to put an end to this phenomenon, whether in Iraq, Libya, any part of the Arab world, or in Africa,” he said.

In reply to a question about possible links between ISIS and Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, a terrorist group based in the Sinai peninsula, he said the two organizations were linked through a common ideologically and vision, even if they portray themselves differently. “We definitely monitor these relationships between the various organizations, and in the end, this – ideologically speaking, this organization is linked and these organizations share that common vision,” Shukri said, speaking through a translator.


“And we don’t believe there’s a different – perhaps just in the tactics used by these organizations and the way they depict themselves to the international community,” he continued. “We believe that this extremist, exclusionary ideology is common among all terrorist organizations,” Shukri said, adding that Egypt monitors cooperation between such groups and recognizes that they pose threats across borders between national states.

“They want to eliminate these states so that this extremist ideology will prevail.” Shukri said Egypt believed defeating terrorism was “a collective responsibility.” “There should be agreement between members of the international community to eliminate these phenomena wherever they may be.”

The U.S. and Egypt have also differed over the Muslim Brotherhood, a veteran Islamist organization which the former views as a legitimate political force and the latter as a terrorist group.



Sisi, in his then capacity as military chief, toppled the Islamist organization’s ruling administration in July 2013 and cracked down on its leaders, from former President Mohamed Morsi down.


The Obama and Sisi administrations have not seen eye-to-eye over the turmoil in Libya, where Egyptian and Emirati airstrikes against Islamist militia last month drew a reprimand from Washington.

Egypt, the UAE and others like Saudi Arabia regard the chaos in Libya, where Islamist militias seized control of Tripoli airport on August 23 and are supporting an alternative government, as a major security challenge. 


MALAYSIA (Hillary Clinton’s favorite “moderate” Muslim country) Prime Minister Najib Razak praises ISIS

Prime Minister Najib Razak

Prime Minister Najib Razak

Gee, could it be ISIS that is in possession of that missing Malaysia MH-370 airliner?

AWD News via TROP  The Malaysian prime mister ordered police to suppress voices demanding his Islamist government to abandon supporting ISIS. My party members must emulate the bravery of a Middle Eastern militant group that defeated an Iraqi force outnumbering it nearly 30 to one if we (Malay Islamist party) are to survive, Najib Razak said on Sunday during a formal party dinner in Kuala Lumpur.

The Malaysian prime minister was listing virtues that were needed to allow his party to continue in power, during a dinner to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Malaysian independence.

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“For example, when someone dares to fight to their death, they can even defeat a much bigger team. “As proof — whether we agree or not is another matter — the group ISIS with the strength of just 1,300 people, can defeat an Iraqi army of 30,000 soldiers, until four, five generals with three, four stars run for their lives, jump out the window at night. Why? Because they are afraid of those who are brave,” he told more than 1,000 Malaysian Islamic party members in attendance.


He also stressed the importance of being loyal to god, the party, and friends. Najib said having wisdom and foresight in battles as well as the ability to organize is also crucial in strengthening the party.

The Saudi-backed Islamic State of Iraq in the Syria (ISIS) is a splinter group of al-Qaeda that wants to set up an Islamic caliphate encompassing both Iraq and Syria.

























Islamic State (ISIS) monsters abduct, torture, and rape Christian and other non-Muslim Iraqi women and their children to force them to convert to Islam


Notorious for having beheaded 3 Westerners in less than a month, the savage Muslims of the Islamic State, having annexed huge swathes of territory across Iraq and Syria, have unleashed a bloody and barbaric trail of terror, torturing and murdering people, and the ugliest element being the abduction, torture, forced conversion and rape of women and children.

Zee News  According to a blog posted by the US State Department, “thousands of women and girls abducted from their families and sold in markets”over the last two months”.


The blog paints a sad and painful portrait of Iraqi women, who have been taken from their homes in Iraq and subjected to unspeakable atrocities including rape, torture, forced conversion to Islam, kept as sex slaves, etc. Some of them are reportedly forced to watch their children being thrashed badly and raped by the IS extremists until they convert to Islam.


Citing a plethora of reports, the blog post written by Catherine Russell, goes on to describe the tragic plight of thousands of innocent women, and calls for directing the use of resources and expertise from anti-IS coalition (whose making is in process), to ensure that the women in the captivity of the extremists return safely to their homes.

“Now, as we galvanize an international coalition to work with the newly formed Iraqi government to confront the evil represented by these extremists, we need to ensure ISIL’s horrendous treatment of women and girls is front and center,” reads the blog.


The blog further cites reports of abduction of some 1,500 to 4,000 women and girls, mainly from Iraqi minorities and regrets how even the young ones of age 12 and 13, too, were auctioned to the IS monsters “like cattle”. “Girls as young as 12 or 13 have been forced to marry extremists or sold to the highest bidder — like cattle at an auction”.  

Reportedly, many women have begged to die rather than to bear with the intolerable trauma and brutality meted out to them by the IS men.


There is a sea of “heartbreaking and terrifying” stories of such Iraqi women in IS captivity who prefer to die than to live as Islamic State extremists’ concubines.

Explaining how the “de-humanization of women and girls is central to ISIL’s campaign of terror”, the blog recommends the newly formed Iraqi government and the international coalition being formed to hold discussions on how to ensure the safe return of “those who have been abducted and trafficked.”



One down, one to go! Austrian teenage girl who went to Syria to join ISIS allegedly has been killed

Left is Samra Kesinovic, 16, who is thought to have fled to Syria to join the Islamic State. On the right is 15-year-old Sabina Selimovic who went with her - it is believed one of the girls is now dead

Left is Samra Kesinovic, 16, who is thought to have fled to Syria to join the Islamic State. On the right is 15-year-old Sabina Selimovic who went with her – it is believed one of the girls is now dead

One of the teenage Austrian ‘poster girls’ who had run away to join ISIS in Syria a few weeks ago reportedly has been killed. No doubt after she had been gang-raped by Muslim jihadists several times.

UK Daily Mail  One of two Austrian teenage ‘postergirls’ who flew to Syria in April to join Islamic State ranks is believed to have been killed. Samra Kesinovic, 16, and her friend Sabina Selimovic, 15, vanished from their Vienna homes earlier this year.

Soon afterwards they posted images of themselves branding Kalashnikov rifles, surrounded by armed men – photos which Austrian police feared were acting as militant recruitment posters for young girls. 

Sabina, pictured beside jihadists wielding Kalashnikov rifles, somewhere

Sabina, pictured beside jihadists wielding Kalashnikov rifles

It is not yet known which one of the teenagers has been killed as the death is yet to be officially confirmed by the Austrian government.  Alexander Marakovits, spokesperson for the Interior Ministry, told The Salzburger News: ‘We also have this information and have checked it, but cannot say with absolute certainty that it is true. But the parents have been informed their daughter could be dead.’

Konrad Kogler, Director General for Public Security, also confirmed there were unverified rumours of the death on Sunday evening’s ORF program ‘In the Centre’, The Local reports. The motivations of the two Bosnian girls are unclear but before leaving, they had contact with Chechen Muslim youths, and visited a mosque in Vienna’s second district.

Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic in a photo they posted online

Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic in a photo they posted online

And last week, police expressed concerns that the pair were inspiring their contemporaries after two other teenage girls were caught attempting to flee the country to join IS ranks. Austrian media warned several weeks ago that the girls had become the public face for the call to jihad. The fears appeared to be validated with the Austrian Interior Ministry confirming two other girls from Vienna had attempted to flee to take up the call for holy war.

Little information was given about the latest pair hoping to join Islamic State apart from the fact that one was 16 and the other was 14 and their parents were apparently from Iraq.

Police now want to find out how they became radicalised, and whether anybody had helped them plan their trip to Syria which was apparently set to take place via Turkey – following the same route as the other two girls. The pair were caught when the mother of a third friend who was supposed to be traveling with them became suspicious about the amount of luggage her daughter was packing. 

Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic in another photo they posted online, sometime after they fled Austria

Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic in another photo they posted online, sometime after they fled Austria

It’s not known if they group were in contact with Samra and Selimovic, who – despite the fact they are being hunted by Interpol – have remained missing. However, social media updates posted by the two show them dressed in traditional Muslim clothing and in some instances, standing beside men holding guns.

As many as 130 people from Austria are now believed to be fighting as jihadists abroad. More than half of Austrian’s jihadists originally come from the Caucasus Muslim region and have a valid residence permit in Austria. Meanwhile, two Salafists were intercepted in a German border town on the way to Syria via Austria.

Austrian Interior Ministry spokesman Alexander Marakovits said they were noticing an increasing problem with youngsters wanting to leave the country for the same reason. He said: ‘If we can catch them before they leave we have the chance to work with their parents and other institutions to bring the youngsters out of the sphere of influence that prompted them to act in this way the first place. ‘Once they have left the country, even if they then changed their minds, it is then almost impossible to get them back.’

ISIS women's brigade

ISIS women’s brigade also includes a brothel of kidnapped non-Muslim women who are forced to work as prostitutes for ISIS fighters


Brother of beheaded Brit, David Haines, praises Islam and says the “Muslim faith is not to blame”

David Haines, British aid worker, post-beheading

David Haines, British aid worker, post-beheading

Yet another reason why you should feel not a shred of sympathy for the leftist Muslim-sympathizing family of this leftist bleeding-heart aid worker to Muslims, David Haines, who was beheaded by ISIS. 

Maybe now, ISIS will go after the rest of the family for saying Islam had nothing to do with the actions of the Islamic State.





ALGERIA: Former al-Qaeda members form new splinter ISIS group

A new armed group calling itself the ‘Soldiers of the Caliphate in Algeria’ has split from al-Qaeda’s North African branch and sworn loyalty to the group calling itself the Islamic State (ISIS), fighting in Syria and Iraq.


Al-Jazeera  In a communique released on Sunday, a regional commander of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) said he broke away from the group, accusing it of “deviating from the true path”. Gouri Abdelmalek, nom de guerre Khaled Abu Suleimane, claimed leadership of the splinter group, and was joined by a AQIM commander of an eastern region in Algeria.

“You have in the Islamic Maghreb men if you order them they will obey you,” Suleimane said in reference to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the self-professed “caliph” of the IS group. Algerian officials did not immediately comment on the statement.

The “Soldiers of the Caliphate in Algeria” is the latest group to break with AQIM and side with Baghdadi, after veteran Algerian jihadist, Mokhtar Belmokhtar’s group, “Those who sign in Blood” pledged allegiance to the IS group.


But experts say the announcement will not have a major operational impact on the ground as AQIM has been focused on the Sahel region rather than OPEC member Algeria. “The new group will try hard to make some noise, but it will be very difficult to execute big terrorist actions as Algerian security forces have knocked out most of the armed groups in Algeria,” security analyst Anis Rahmani told the Reuters news agency.

AQIM is a mostly Algerian and Mauritanian group that has been present in northern Mali since 2003, and a source of thousands of young fighters travelling to Syria and Iraq. Tuaregs and Arabs joined AQIM in Mali, and youths from Senegal, Niger, and other countries have also reportedly joined the group’s fight.

Baghdadi, who has declared himself the “leader of Muslims everywhere”, fell out with al-Qaeda in 2013 over his decision to expand into Syria, where his followers carried out beheadings, crucifixions, and mass executions.



MINNESOTASTAN: “WAH WAH WAH…I am a Muslim and I deserve respect”

No, you don’t, especially when you break the law. Here we go again, ANOTHER Muslim playing their favorite game of “Woe is me, I am a victim of Islamophobia.”

Aida Alkadi

Aida Alkadi

Twin Cities Daily Planet  In August 2013, I had a court date that I had missed. I had a $300 ticket for driving with a suspended license for not having insurance. The ticket was almost three years old, and I know driving a car without insurance was wrong. But poverty was something continuous in my life and so insurance was just something I couldn’t afford. (Ah yes, pity me, my welfare check doesn’t go far enough for me to afford a car AND insurance)

I decided to try to negotiate and so I had made arrangements with the court to appear in front of the judge to speak about the price of my ticket. But on the day of my court date my daughter relapsed from Sickle Cell Anemia and was rushed to Fairview Hospital. (Now there’s a creative excuse) I called the court and I was told I had ten days to appear.

What I didn’t know was that Hennepin and Ramsey County had issued a warrant for my arrest for missing the court date. I was scared so I turned myself in. I didn’t think much about it. Maybe they will give me another fine and let me go? It was my first experience so I really never expected that they would treat me so disrespectfully. (After all, I’m a muslim supremacist and deserve more respect than you lowly infidels)

I turned myself in to the Edina Police Department, the closest station to my home in St. Louis Park. They arrested me and I was transferred to the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office for processing. Afterwards they transferred me to the St. Paul Police Department. That’s when things changed.

I was accompanied by three other female inmates when I walked into the lobby of the St. Paul Police Department, but I was the only one the officer concentrated on.  She looked straight at me with so much hate and said, “You need to take that scarf off.” (We are afraid you might have a bomb  under there)  Then she raised her hand to my face and attempted to remove my scarf in front everyone there, including men. (Horrors!, Now I will get a beating from my husband/father/brother when I go home for allowing the filthy kuffar (unbelievers) to see my headbagless head)

In my faith, it is inappropriate to show my hair and figure to men. (Then go live in a country of your faith. You have 56 Muslim hellholes to choose from, sweetie) But I didn’t have time to explain this, just react. I raised my hand to try and stop her and negotiate (In America, we don’t negotiate with potential terrorists). When I did she told me that she was going to put me in isolation.

They told me I was resisting arrest and that raising my hand was a threat and kept demanding I take off my “burka.” I pleaded with them not to take off my hijab in front of the men. “You better take it off,” a male officer told me. “Or we will throw you downstairs where we put people who don’t follow orders.” (Yeah, with all the muslim rapists, bombers, and beheaders)

One of the other female inmates said, “Leave her alone. Let her wear her hijab. Why are you bothering her?” She actually knew the word. I was so proud of that girl. (Proud that she is a good little dhimmi. Or a muslim)

Then the female officer and another male officer dragged me with my hands behind my back to an isolated room, where they made me remove my hijab and my abiya, which covers my figure (Pity the police who had to watch). I felt humiliated. (Islam, the religion of the perpetually outraged and humiliated)

Then I was told I had two options: to stay in isolation and have my scarf, or sit in the lobby where people wait to pay bond without my scarf. They told me it was a hazard, which I could use to hurt myself or others. Why would my scarf be harmful? It didn’t make sense to me. (Ever hear of the al-Qaeda headbag bomb?)

I chose to stay in isolation and spent about two hours in a nasty metal cage with no windows and just an open toilet and heavy graffiti in sight. (Oh, NOES! How dare they treat me like an ordinary prisoner?) Later they processed me and moved me to another isolation room upstairs where I stayed for 23 hours. Another officer grabbed my hijab and took it from me. She threw me a bed sheet and told me to use it instead. (Gotta love an officer with a sense of humor)

What did my scarf have to do with my traffic ticket? Why was I so threatening? I felt like my religion was under arrest. (It IS, only most people don’t realize it yet) Now officers must let women wear their hijab even for mug shots (only in Nashville), but that day in August, that female officer who brought me in had no intention of being fair and just. She was full of rage. It was an awful sight. (Gee, I guess she can’t get those images of ISIS beheadings out of her mind)

During my stay they made me change into an orange jumpsuit (like your pals at Gitmo), and when I left they made me change in front of the other female inmates. They didn’t care how that made me feel. (Why would they? This is jail, not a multiculti whinefest)

Yes, I did have an unpaid ticket for driving with a suspended license. I know that it had consequences, and that driving after my suspension crossed the line. I understood my crime and take ownership. But what I don’t understand is why those St. Paul officers treated me so disrespectfully. I am a Muslim woman who drove a car without insurance, yes, but do I need to be humiliated so badly by someone who should be fair? (Actually, yes!)

Change needs to be made with our officers. (They are not YOUR officers, they are OUR officers. And we know what muslims think about sharia law being superior to “man-made law”) I saw almost no diversity in the staff.  (Oh, Boo Hoo. By “diversity,” you only mean muslims) And there was a clear lack of (Islamic cultural) training and education (happily provided by CAIR). When I told the officer who was processing me in St. Paul that I was born in Ohio, he said, “Really, Ohio? Were you really born in Ohio?” My mother immigrated to the United States back in 1959 from Yemen due to civil war. 

Closed minds don’t serve our community, and being blind to the cultural diversity in our society is a big mistake. We will have clashes because we are not willing to really get to know one another. We need to work to actually understand each other. I was judged by my clothing, and was mistreated and abused. (We DO understand you and we don’t like your kind)

How many lawsuits and how much suffering needs to occur for us to really get our act together? (DING DING DING!, Did she say lawsuit? CAIR litigation jihadists en route as we speak) I hope we can bring change to our community across the board and start living our true potential of being treated like full human beings.

I’m a mother, a public relations student, a documentarian, and even a former ROTC recruit (And lucky for us, you didn’t get any farther). Most importantly, I’m a human being and deserve to be treated like one. (That’s debatable)


ISRAEL: Muslim man threatens to blow up his pregnant Jewish (converted to Islam) wife with a bomb

Hey, you reap what you sow. YOU married a Muslim.


Jewish Press (h/t Liz)  Charges have been filed against a Muslim man (21), originally from the neighborhood of Issawia in Jerusalem, for threatening to blow up his pregnant wife with a bomb. The woman is Jewish and converted to Islam, according to a report on Erev Eilat News. The couple moved to Eilat a year ago.

After getting into a fight in their apartment on Los Angeles Street, the man cursed and threatened his pregnant wife. The woman, fearing for her safety, pulled out a knife to defend herself. The husband took the knife away and hit her in the face. The woman then escaped the apartment and went to stay with a friend.

Her husband found her two days later, and threatened to blow her up with a bomb. He told her she has 24 hours to leave the city, or he’ll make her disappear. The man also sent a threat to his wife’s girlfriend via Facebook, writing what he would do to another man that called his wife, and to “ask his friend what we do to a man that goes near another man’s wife.”


Hey, Obama, now what? ISIS strikes a deal with “moderate” Syrian rebels

As the United States begins to deepen ties with so-called “moderate” Syrian rebels to combat the extremist group ISIS, also known as the Islamic State, a key component of its coalition appears to have struck a non-aggression pact with ISIS.


HUFFPO  According to Agence France-Presse, ISIS and a number of moderate and hard-line rebel groups have agreed not to fight each other so that they can focus on taking down the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad. Other sources say the signatories include a major U.S. ally linked to the Free Syrian Army. Moreover, the leader of the Free Syrian Army said Saturday that the group would not take part in U.S. plans for destroying the Islamic State until it got assurances on toppling Assad.

The deal between ISIS and the moderate Syrian groups casts doubt over President Barack Obama’s freshly announced strategy to arm and train the groups against ISIS.


The AFP report cited information from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a U.K.-based group monitoring the Syrian civil war, which said parties to the agreement “promise not to attack each other because they consider the principal enemy to be the Nussayri regime.” The term Nussayri refers to the Alawite ethnic group that Assad and many of his supporters belong to. AFP said the agreement was signed in a suburb of the Syrian capital, where ISIS has a strong presence.

Charles Lister, a fellow at the Brookings Institution’s Doha Center, cited a report from the anti-regime Orient Net website to suggest on Twitter that the signatories of the ceasefire include a U.S.-backed coalition called the Syrian Revolutionary Front.According to the U.K.-based outlet Middle East Eye, that same Orient Net report says the ceasefire between groups described in the U.S. as “moderate rebels” and the Islamic State was mediated by the al-Nusra Front, al Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria.


As recently as March, the Syrian Revolutionary Front and its leader were described in Foreign Policy as “the West’s best fighting chance against Syria’s Islamist armies.” As of that report, the group controlled 25,000 fighters and its leader had close ties with the Western-friendly Syrian National Coalition.

Its leader initially won Western favor by successfully fighting ISIS in northern Syria. “He proved his mettle in a sense and that’s what endeared him to the Americans,” said Joshua Landis, a prominent Syria expert at the University of Oklahoma. “The Americans are looking for people who can actually fight. That’s been their problem: they’ve gone with people who are moderate but they don’t know to fight. This guy appears to be both moderate and he knows how to fight.”


The Orient Net report on the ceasefire identified the Syrian Revolutionary Front as part of the Free Syrian Army, the loose array of non-jihadist rebel brigades that the U.S. has directly supported since last year. Obama asked Congress to approve $500 million to train and equip “vetted” Syrian rebels this summer. He repeated his request in his address Wednesday about ISIS.

Despite its reputation as a palatable ally, the U.S.-backed Syrian Revolutionary Front has previously said that its chief goal is not to stop the rise of extremists, but to topple Assad. The prospect of a group once supported by the U.S. now sitting down with ISIS raises fundamental questions about U.S. strategy in Syria. Why support Syrians who have a very different, clearly stated goal and who will act as they see fit to achieve it? What assurance does the administration have that fighters it trains and arms in Syria won’t ally with ISIS if it seems like the most effective anti-Assad force?


That turns a conflict that the White House hopes is three-sided — with radical Sunnis, moderate Sunnis and Assad all battling each other — into a sectarian, two-sided war of Sunnis against Assad. Reports already suggest that Syrians who entered the civil war opposing Assad are now turning to ISIS as their best bet for a different kind of government.

“We don’t know who the moderates are,” Landis said. Describing a recent interview in which a Free Syrian Army commander told an Arab outlet that the U.S. wanted to make Syrian rebels “slaves,” he added, “These guys are supposed to be our buddies?”



UK teacher suspended over alleged comment about Muslim student’s headbag

Parents complained to police and Bolton Council following the alleged incident at Sunning Hill Primary School, Daubhill. It is claimed a girl at the school was fidgeting with her headbag and the teacher involved was heard to say: “If she was in my class I would chuck the scarf in the trash bin.”


The Bolton News  The woman is alleged to have made the comments about the traditional female Muslim headbag in earshot of several pupils.

Bolton Council said the teacher had been suspended pending an investigation. Police were also due to speak to parents at the school who had complained last night. One parent, who is also related to the girl involved, said: “She was apparently fidgeting with her headscarf although she says she was just straightening it. “The teacher has then said ‘if she was in my class I would chuck the scarf in the trash bin’.

She said the incident was reported to police and to Margaret Asquith, director of children’s services at Bolton Council. A council spokesman said: “We can confirm that a teacher at Sunning Hill Primary School has been suspended as a neutral act pending an investigation.”

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SYRIA: More beheadings by Islamic jihadists (WARNING: Very graphic)

Allegedly, these beheadings are not by ISIS but other ‘rebel’ groups that include Jabhat al-Nusra Front and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) whom Obama wants to arm and fund with $500 million. As I am unable to confirm exactly who did this, I can only say for certain that it was done by Muslims.


The website that posted these photos claims: The pictures are not from ISIS, but rather are the so-called “seculars and moderates” backed by the West. The people they are beheading are Syrian troops and civilians accused of being Christians and/or Alawites and supporters of the Assad regime.