Expat: Erdogan’s ‘New Turkey’ demands head coverings, segregation of girls and boys, ritual prayers.
Turkey – the strong ally of the EU socialist left that many left wingers want to see as a full fledged EU Member with full open borders into the EU, has a new Ayatollah in Prime Minister Erdogan turning Turkey into another Iran: a totalitarian Islamic state.
The signs are already there.
Charlie Carlo Sciammas is a California school teacher of Turkish and Egyptian ancestry, who moved with his family to Turkey. His family suffered (the usual) persecution of non-Muslims in their day and were forced to emigrate. Sciammas discovers that his parents nightmare is returning to the so called ‘secular’ Turkey, which the EU wants within its fold:
I am living my dream of returning to the streets where I was born and my parents came of age. Our family’s yearlong pilgrimage to my homelands in Istanbul and Cairo ricochets before my eyes. My partner took an 8,000-mile leap…
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Originally posted on Struggle for Hindu Existence:
‘Kiss of Love’ Crusaders roughed up by RSS and Hindu Sena men in Delhi. ‘Kiss of Love’ programme is designed to revival of ‘Love Jihad’ by suppressed SIMI and Ultra Leftist elements.
Upananda Brahmachari | HENB | New Delhi | 8 Nov 2014:: Perhaps for the aggravation of ague or due to some effect of global warming, the ‘Kiss Crusaders’ in India find this autumn very authentic to launch their ‘Kiss Of Love’ programme as a national agenda. The frenzy ‘Kiss Crusaders’ have been convinced somehow that ‘locking the lip’ with strawberry flavour or ‘wet and suck’ method in roads and over the camera can lessen the risk of Ebola!
Some wanton boys and girls of rich people with insane mentality and vulgar attitude have came to the road with…
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Originally posted on Bharata Bharati:
A study of the masterminds behind the Godhra riots
In May this year, the people of India chose their Prime Minister. Over twelve years, several inquiry commissions — the Tewatia Committee (2010), the Nanavati Commission (2008), the Special Investigation Team (2011) under the Supreme Court — cleared Narendra Modi of all charges of having masterminded or, at least, encouraged the Godhra riots.
Still, his detractors — politicians and ideology-driven activists in India, the US and Europe — have continued to label him “merchant of death”, “butcher”, “Nazi”, “fascist”, “murderer”, etc. Let us examine the facts and see whether they can point to the riot’s real mastermind.
On 27 February 2002, when a coach of Hindu pilgrims returning from Ayodhya went up in flames at Godhra railway station, a Congress member of the Godhra municipality, Haji Balal, led a mob and stopped the fire-fighting vehicle on…
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Originally posted on Vicky Nanjappa:
The Indian Mujahideen is a divided house today. Riyaz Bhatkal who was one of the co-founders of the outfit finds himself isolated and the current bandwagon is being headed by Sultan Ahmed Armar. Riyaz who initially wanted the Indian Mujahideen to side with the Al-Qaeda was dumped by other members of the IM as they felt he was just playing along with the ISI which ran nothing but its own agenda.
There are ample chat transcripts to show how the rest of the Indian Mujahideen headed by Armar broke away from Riyaz Bhatkal and dumped his plan of joining the Al-Qaeda. Armar felt that Riyaz was only suggesting an Al-Qaeda tie up because he was asked to do so by the ISI which wanted to ensure that it loses no control over a large number of terror outfits making a clamour for the ISIS and heading towards Afghansitan.
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Originally posted on Lal Salaam: A Blog by Vinay Lal:
Five decades after his death, Jawaharlal Nehru still generates passions among Indians who are animated by questions over the country’s future. Writing from my perch in Los Angeles, I do not, for example, see anything remotely resembling the buzz about Nehru in American discussions about John F. Kennedy, another immensely charismatic leader of a democracy who was assassinated just months before Nehru passed away in 1964. We could say, of course, that Nehru was a titan among men, and that unlike Kennedy, who occupied the American presidency for less than three years, Nehru held sway as independent India’s first Prime Minister for seventeen years. If Amartya Sen is to be believed, it is the argumentative Indian in every Indian that keeps Nehru visible to the Indian public, loathed and perhaps admired in equal measure.
To a great many of his detractors, Nehru is easily pigeonholed as a somewhat effete, Oxbridge-educated…
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Jerusalem in Photos from 1862: No mosques, no Palestinians – only ghost towns of massacred Christian areas
Originally posted on Palestine-Israel Conflict:
A new photographic exhibition in London follows the journey taken by England’s Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) in 1862, as he undertook a four month tour around the Middle East.
In the exhibition we find more photographs from Jerusalem in 1862, when the so called “palestinians” allegedly were already 1 million in population on land they profess to have lost to “Jewish occupation” a few decades later. The only problem with this argument is that, as with all photographs up to the second decade of 1900′s, there are rarely any Muslims or mosques to be found on any photographs. There are more remains of the massacres and destruction Muslims caused from invasions on Christians, than any living signs of Muslims themselves. In comparison, other towns with a living Muslim population documented in photographs during the mid and late 1800′s always feature a lot of mosques.
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Originally posted on Bharata Bharati:
“Most educated citizens have known that the prestigious Swiss magazine called the Swiss Illustrierte had announced in 1991 the names, the photographs, the account numbers and the concealed loot in their accounts of 14 international crooks amongst whom the late, then recently killed, Prime Minister of India was one. Did this produce any response in India? I know of none.”- Ram Jethmalani
This piece is being written to help the SIT investigations into black money, and it is my right and duty as the petitioner who has obtained from the Hon’ble Supreme Court the historic judgment of July 2011 to neutralise all efforts, intentional or just the product of ignorance and inefficiency, calculated to make a mockery of the judgment and let dacoits have the last laugh. I normally do not quote other newspapers in my piece, but for the sake of convenience I am borrowing the following facts from…
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