VENICE TERROR: Trio of Muslims from KOSOVO arrested over jihad plot to bomb famous Rialto Bridge

As I have said for years, Bill Clinton backed the wrong side in the Balkans. The attacks against me for standing with the Serbs were merciless. For years, I warned that we were paving the way for an Islamic state in the heart of Europe, and now they have it.

The American people deserve an explanation as to why we chose to aid the Islamic jihad in Kosovo. Instead, they are fed more lies, more taqiyya, in the efforts of dhimmi Western leaders to declare Kosovo an independent state, an Islamic state in the heart of Europe.

And the millions of Muslim migrants in the current hijrah will just increase their army.

“VENICE TERROR: Trio arrested over plot to bomb famous Rialto Bridge,” by Katie Mansfield, Express, March 30, 2017:

ITALIAN police have arrested three people in connection with a plot to blow up the historic Rialto Bridge in Venice, Italy.

Three people from Kosovo, who are said to be Islamic State (ISIS) sympathisers, were arrested on suspicion of operating a jihadist cell that had discussed the Rialto Bridge attack.

Venice’s chief prosecutor Adelchi D’Ippolito said the suspects had celebrated the Westminster attack in London which saw Khalid Masood kill four people and injure up to 50 others on March 22.

Police said a minor from Kosovo was also was detained during a series of overnight raids to prevent him from interfering with the probe.

The prosecutor said up to three other Kosovans were also under investigation over their ties to those arrested.

Mr D’Ippolito revealed one of the suspects had said “Considering how many infidels there are in Venice, we could get to heaven right away by putting a bomb on the Rialto bridge”.

The chief prosecutor said police had been monitoring the group since last year.

Officers tapped their phones, bugged their apartments and followed their online communications.

Mr D’Ippolito branded the findings “disturbing and worrying”.

He added the group had expressed an unconditional support for ISIS.

All suspects lived in the historic centre of Venice and had papers allowing them to live legally in Italy….

H/T Pamela Geller
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Useful idiot Alicia Keyes dons bosomy burka sparking outrage, “glamorizing the veil”

Hollywood stars and entertainment blockheads continue to flout their stupidity and useful idiocy.

The burka is iconic of gender apartheid, misogyny, oppression and subjugation. What next, Alicia, swastika epaulets in the name of diversity and enlightenment?

Pop music star Alicia Keys may have gone a leg too far in attempting to celebrate “diversity.”
In a recently-deleted Sunday evening tweet, Keys stirred outrage with a photograph depicting her in a tight-fitting niqab, an orthodox Muslim piece of attire meant to be loosely worn.
Keys also flashed her leg in the photo, a defiance of Islamic dress codes which often leads to brutal penalties in some Muslim populations.

“Our strength is in our differences / Our power is in our diversity / We are so beautiful / All of us / When we see each other / We see ourselves…” Keys’ tweet said.

Many commenters immediately informed her the tweet was out of line, with some accusing her of “glamorizing the veil.”

Malak Al Shehri, the woman mentioned in one of the above tweets, was arrested last year and sentenced to lashings in Saudi Arabia after sharing photos of herself on social media openly defying dress code.

Others pointed out that when zoomed in, it appeared the burqa was photoshopped onto a previous photo.

The ill-advised tweet was deleted Wednesday with no explanation offered.

Ali Al Sharji, the “conceptual artist” behind the photo, retweeted posts which perceived the controversy as a sign that his art was “making people think” and therefore was successful.

In comments to the website Stepfeed, Al Sharji said he wanted to portray an “out of the ordinary” Arab woman.

“My image was [meant] to portray the freedom an Arab woman has to pursue [for] a passion that is out of the ordinary,” Sharji said.

“I feature Arab women as symbols in many of my art pieces to revolutionize the traditional thinking of women not being able to follow their dreams.”

Niqabs differ slightly from burqas in that the outfit has a slit for a woman’s eyes.

H/T Pamela Geller
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Mom Posts Pic Of Toddler, Viewers Horrified By What’s Lurking Behind Her

Written by Alisha Rich for Mad World News

A mother decided to take several photos of her two-year-old daughter to have some cute memories to look back on. However, after snapping one incredible shot, the mother was left horrified by what was spotted lurking behind the toddler, and it will surely send shivers down your spine. […]

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BPCA helps Pakistan’s last openly Jewish man to remove decades old discriminatory practice in Pakistan

One of Pakistan’s oldest discriminatory practices has been terminated thanks to Fishel Benkhald Pakistan’s last openly declaring Jew – with a little help from Wilson Chowdhry, Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association.

Fishel Benkhald approached Mr Chowdhry about a year ago after he was having difficulties with altering his recorded faith within his Identity documents.

Fishel Benkhald as he now names himself is a man who was born of a Jewish mother and Muslim father. Fishel (chosen Yiddish name) was born Faisal Benkald in Karachi in 1987 and is the fourth of five children.

Fishel’s fondest memories are of his mother cooking fresh Challah (unleavened bread) every Friday, or reciting blessings over Shabbat Candles as she ushered in the Sabbath.

At a young age he found himself at odds with his siblings feeling more passion for his Jewish heritage then they ever exhibited by them. His mother always prepared Kosher food for him whilst she was alive as the two of them retained their Jewish identity.

His father was an engineer and often worked abroad in Africa enabling Fishel to experience a freedom to practice and learn Judaism in a manner that would have been limited in Pakistan. Sadly for Fishel his parents died when he was only 13 and he was forced to live with his more staunchly Islamic uncle.

Fishel now finds himself estranged from two of his siblings and the other two have rejected their Jewish heritage.

He began a campaign for his name to be altered on the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) about two years ago and called for them change his official religious status from Muslim to Jew.  An initial application was declined sometime near November 2015

Mr Chowdhry at the time reported the matter during evidence hearing sessions led by the All Parliamentary Party Group for International Religious Freedom (APPGIRF), at the UK Houses of Parliament (click here).  

However, although the issue of Mr Benkhald’s ID card was mentioned in the final report no further action or support was provided by the APPGIRF.

Fishel Benkhald had  been advised that it would be impossible for him to change his faith on his ID cards.  However he reapplied for the change late in 2016.  However, due to an unexplained delay without response he again approached Wilson Chowdhry for some assistance.

Mr Chowdhry organised a meeting with the First Minister at the Pakistani High Commission in London on 10th January 2017 and raised concerns about both Fishels ID card and a UK Citizen’s NICOP application.  The First Minister was pleasant and willing to help and sought further details of Fishel’s application tracking number.

After a few email exchanges it was agreed that The First Minister would raise a concern with the Interior Ministry about Fischel’s applications. He recognized that no law or guideline existed preventing the change in faith on identity documents and explained that the decisions were being made by senior executives at the NADRA department.

One week Later Fishel emailed Mr Chowdhry explaining that his application had been taken up to Interior Ministry level.  We immediately knew this was good news as the First Minister at the High Commissioner, informed us that some progress was being made. Even then to make sure of a good result the First Minister told us he would again raise the issue via the High Commissioner at a higher level.

Yesterday we received confirmation from Fishel Benkhald that he has been given the green light for his ID card, though it has not yet been produced for him. This will make Fishel the first registered Jewish Citizen in Pakistan for decades.   

Fishel is all that remains of a small but thriving Jewish Community that once had their own synagogue, graveyard and many businesses in Karachi, that once numbered an estimated 3000 people. Fishel’s mother told him that his maternal grandparents traveled to Pakistan from Iraq with a large number of Bene Muslim migrants.

The majority of the Jews in Karachi left for India and Israel in 1948 when a synagogue in the middle of the city became a centrepoint for demonstrations and violence during Israel’s, war for independence. Those who remained changed their names to more Muslim ones for their protection. So Fishel’s dilemma in reality is not one in isolation. In fact during the general elections in 2013, it was reported in dawn newspapers that 809 adult Jews were enrolled as voters. The number of Jewish women voters was 427 against 382 men in the community (click here).

By 2017, according to the Election Commission of Pakistan around 900 Jews were registered as voters in the country (click here).Despite the figures until now no passport holder in Pakistan is recognized as being of the Jewish faith. Pakistan’s highly discriminatory practice of labeling of citizens in this manner has often been blamed for the easy targeting and duress applied to minorities.

In 1988 despite international condemnation the Jewish synagogue was torn down for the building of a shopping mall, ignoring calls for it to be preserved as a heritage legacy. The contractors saved thousands of pounds when many extremists demolished the building by hand so intense was their hatred for anything Jewish. Fishel has been calling for the Jewish graveyard to be cleaned and preserved for heritage and now spends most of his time outside of Pakistan, working like his father did as an engineer. He hopes one day to create more empathy for Pakistan’s Jewish community and heritage.

Fishel, said:

“I am pleased with this result which comes just before the Jewish celebration of the Passover, when the Torah tells us Jews escaped from Egypt.  It feels like shackles have been removed from me and I feel a great sense of liberty now.

“I failed in a campaign to save the Synagogue in Karachi but I do not think the previous government had any passion for this.

“I hope the current government who have emancipated me through their decsions will be more inclined to preserving an important part of Pakistan’s wonderful and vibrant history.”

Wilson Chowdhry, Chowdhry Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association, said:

“I am ever so pleased for Fishel who has campaigned hard and alone for most of the time.  Seeking the freedoms that we enjoy in the west in the oppressive climate of Pakistan.

“The incumbent Government are proving to be more willing to assist minorities then any in Pakistan’s history. Only recently they also helped BPCA with a project to bring clean, fresh water to some of Pakistan’s most deprived Christian communities (click here).

“This change in mindset will benefit Pakistan greatly as it will help build stronger more enriched communities, who can work together to develop a wonderful nation.

“Moreover the inclusion of minorities in the advancement of Pakistan, will prove their value to the nation which will help eradicate the division and schism that has caused an increase in violence and fear.”

This is not the first time Mr Chowdhry has helped removed a discriminatory practice regarding passports.  In 2010 Mr Chowdhry received an award from the British Sikh Council, after he successfully spearheaded a campaign to remove a discriminatory practice that prevented Sikhs obtaining a 24 hour passport in the UK. Read more (click here)

In the Same year he also won a London Peace Award form then Mayor of London Boris Johnson (click here).

British Pakistani Christian Association provide their advocacy work for free, to help them continue their valuable work you can donate by (clicking here)

H/T Pamela Geller
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BPCA helps Pakistan’s last openly Jewish man to remove decades old discriminatory practice in Pakistan

One of Pakistan’s oldest discriminatory practices has been terminated thanks to Fishel Benkhald Pakistan’s last openly declaring Jew – with a little help from Wilson Chowdhry, Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association.

Fishel Benkhald approached Mr Chowdhry about a year ago after he was having difficulties with altering his recorded faith within his Identity documents.

Fishel Benkhald as he now names himself is a man who was born of a Jewish mother and Muslim father. Fishel (chosen Yiddish name) was born Faisal Benkald in Karachi in 1987 and is the fourth of five children.

Fishel’s fondest memories are of his mother cooking fresh Challah (unleavened bread) every Friday, or reciting blessings over Shabbat Candles as she ushered in the Sabbath.

At a young age he found himself at odds with his siblings feeling more passion for his Jewish heritage then they ever exhibited by them. His mother always prepared Kosher food for him whilst she was alive as the two of them retained their Jewish identity.

His father was an engineer and often worked abroad in Africa enabling Fishel to experience a freedom to practice and learn Judaism in a manner that would have been limited in Pakistan. Sadly for Fishel his parents died when he was only 13 and he was forced to live with his more staunchly Islamic uncle.

Fishel now finds himself estranged from two of his siblings and the other two have rejected their Jewish heritage.

He began a campaign for his name to be altered on the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) about two years ago and called for them change his official religious status from Muslim to Jew.  An initial application was declined sometime near November 2015

Mr Chowdhry at the time reported the matter during evidence hearing sessions led by the All Parliamentary Party Group for International Religious Freedom (APPGIRF), at the UK Houses of Parliament (click here).  

However, although the issue of Mr Benkhald’s ID card was mentioned in the final report no further action or support was provided by the APPGIRF.

Fishel Benkhald had  been advised that it would be impossible for him to change his faith on his ID cards.  However he reapplied for the change late in 2016.  However, due to an unexplained delay without response he again approached Wilson Chowdhry for some assistance.

Mr Chowdhry organised a meeting with the First Minister at the Pakistani High Commission in London on 10th January 2017 and raised concerns about both Fishels ID card and a UK Citizen’s NICOP application.  The First Minister was pleasant and willing to help and sought further details of Fishel’s application tracking number.

After a few email exchanges it was agreed that The First Minister would raise a concern with the Interior Ministry about Fischel’s applications. He recognized that no law or guideline existed preventing the change in faith on identity documents and explained that the decisions were being made by senior executives at the NADRA department.

One week Later Fishel emailed Mr Chowdhry explaining that his application had been taken up to Interior Ministry level.  We immediately knew this was good news as the First Minister at the High Commissioner, informed us that some progress was being made. Even then to make sure of a good result the First Minister told us he would again raise the issue via the High Commissioner at a higher level.

Yesterday we received confirmation from Fishel Benkhald that he has been given the green light for his ID card, though it has not yet been produced for him. This will make Fishel the first registered Jewish Citizen in Pakistan for decades.   

Fishel is all that remains of a small but thriving Jewish Community that once had their own synagogue, graveyard and many businesses in Karachi, that once numbered an estimated 3000 people. Fishel’s mother told him that his maternal grandparents traveled to Pakistan from Iraq with a large number of Bene Muslim migrants.

The majority of the Jews in Karachi left for India and Israel in 1948 when a synagogue in the middle of the city became a centrepoint for demonstrations and violence during Israel’s, war for independence. Those who remained changed their names to more Muslim ones for their protection. So Fishel’s dilemma in reality is not one in isolation. In fact during the general elections in 2013, it was reported in dawn newspapers that 809 adult Jews were enrolled as voters. The number of Jewish women voters was 427 against 382 men in the community (click here).

By 2017, according to the Election Commission of Pakistan around 900 Jews were registered as voters in the country (click here).Despite the figures until now no passport holder in Pakistan is recognized as being of the Jewish faith. Pakistan’s highly discriminatory practice of labeling of citizens in this manner has often been blamed for the easy targeting and duress applied to minorities.

In 1988 despite international condemnation the Jewish synagogue was torn down for the building of a shopping mall, ignoring calls for it to be preserved as a heritage legacy. The contractors saved thousands of pounds when many extremists demolished the building by hand so intense was their hatred for anything Jewish. Fishel has been calling for the Jewish graveyard to be cleaned and preserved for heritage and now spends most of his time outside of Pakistan, working like his father did as an engineer. He hopes one day to create more empathy for Pakistan’s Jewish community and heritage.

Fishel, said:

“I am pleased with this result which comes just before the Jewish celebration of the Passover, when the Torah tells us Jews escaped from Egypt.  It feels like shackles have been removed from me and I feel a great sense of liberty now.

“I failed in a campaign to save the Synagogue in Karachi but I do not think the previous government had any passion for this.

“I hope the current government who have emancipated me through their decsions will be more inclined to preserving an important part of Pakistan’s wonderful and vibrant history.”

Wilson Chowdhry, Chowdhry Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association, said:

“I am ever so pleased for Fishel who has campaigned hard and alone for most of the time.  Seeking the freedoms that we enjoy in the west in the oppressive climate of Pakistan.

“The incumbent Government are proving to be more willing to assist minorities then any in Pakistan’s history. Only recently they also helped BPCA with a project to bring clean, fresh water to some of Pakistan’s most deprived Christian communities (click here).

“This change in mindset will benefit Pakistan greatly as it will help build stronger more enriched communities, who can work together to develop a wonderful nation.

“Moreover the inclusion of minorities in the advancement of Pakistan, will prove their value to the nation which will help eradicate the division and schism that has caused an increase in violence and fear.”

This is not the first time Mr Chowdhry has helped removed a discriminatory practice regarding passports.  In 2010 Mr Chowdhry received an award from the British Sikh Council, after he successfully spearheaded a campaign to remove a discriminatory practice that prevented Sikhs obtaining a 24 hour passport in the UK. Read more (click here)

In the Same year he also won a London Peace Award form then Mayor of London Boris Johnson (click here).

H/T Pamela Geller
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VIDEO: Students sign petition to ban Trump supporting professors

The millennials are indeed a generation lost. They mirror the intolerance and hate of the young fascists in the lead up to World War II.

Student Cabot Phillips to campus to see how students’ professed love of diversity didn’t extend to ideological diversity.

Cabot went undercover, posing as a student with the fictitious group ‘American Students for Diversity.’ He asked students if they’d be willing to sign a petition urging the school to ban the hiring of any professor who had voted for Donald Trump.

Over the course of an entire afternoon of filming, just one student who stopped to talk with Cabot would decline to sign.

  • Only one student declined to sign the petition.
  • At one point, faculty member stopped to sign the petition offered words of encouragement.
Campus Reform: While many students and administrators often refer to their love of diversity, how do they feel about a diversity of opinion amongst their professors?To find out, I went undercover at American University, posing as a student with the fictitious group “American Students for Diversity.” Armed with a clipboard, I asked students if they would be willing to sign my petition to urge the school to ban the hiring of any professor who had voted for Donald Trump in November.

Throughout the day it became clear that the overwhelming majority of students on campus had no interest in hearing from any professor holding political beliefs different from their own. Student after student eagerly signed the petition; one said having a professor who voted for Trump would “really inhibit people from going to class.”

 

At one point, faculty member stopped to sign the petition and offer me words of encouragement.

Another student signed the petition adding, “[America] is not really a democracy any more so we can’t really play by the normal rules anymore.”

Over the course of an entire afternoon of filming, just one student who stopped to talk with me would decline to sign.

H/T Pamela Geller
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UK: Muslim politician says British volunteers in IDF should be prosecuted

The left is relentless. It wants to criminalize all dissent, all stands for freedom. Devout Muslims want to destroy Israel. The two come together in Sayeeda Warsi.

“Baroness Warsi: British volunteers in IDF should be prosecuted,” Times of Israel, March 29, 2017 (thanks to Lookmann):

The woman who was once the most prominent Muslim politician in Britain, Baroness Warsi, was back in the headlines today with an interview in which she called for British volunteers for the Israeli army to be treated as foreign fighters and prosecuted on their return to the UK.

Lady Warsi, who resigned from the government as Foreign Office minister during the Gaza War in 2014, saying its policy on Gaza was “morally indefensible”, has now published a book, “The Enemy Within”, which was launched on Wednesday night.

The one-time chairman of the Conservative Party gave an interview to Middle East Eye (MEE) to launch the book, in which she said that there were two different narratives, relating to Muslims who went to fight for non-state groups and militant organisations, and British citizens who volunteered to fight for Israel.

She complained of a “loophole designed to protect Israel” and said that “the only reason we allow the loophole to exist is because of the IDF, because we are not brave enough to say, if you hold British citizenship, you make a choice. You fight for our state only. That has to go out strong [sic].”

Those who went out to fight for groups, Lady Warsi claimed, were prosecuted on their return. She felt the same should apply to those who fought for state armies such as Israel’s.

Public debate, she believed, focused “exclusively on demanding loyalty from British Muslims, the same rule should apply to all. Let’s shut down this loophole. If you don’t fight for Britain, you do not fight.”

But MEE was unable to come up with anything more specific than that “dozens of British citizens are currently volunteered to the IDF through its Mahal program”. A spokesperson for Mahal told MEE that the exact number was a “state secret” and referred inquiries to the Ministry of Defence.

Jonathan Arkush, president of the Board of Deputies, said “Sayeeda Warsi lost all touch with reality when she walked out of government over her Gaza issues, and into well-earned obscurity. If she is really suggesting that a Briton who volunteers for the French Foreign Legion or serves in the armed forces of an close ally is a traitor, then no-one can treat her seriously.”

Lady Warsi also told MEE that she believed Israel had committed war crimes in Gaza in 2014 when she was part of David Cameron’s coalition government.She said: “I fundamentally believe that our policy towards Israel is flawed. If you go back to statements that [then-Foreign Secretary] William Hague made, at the time of the recognition of Palestine as a state, the government said not now, maybe in six months’ time.

“Now we are four or five years forward. What’s changed? The settlements are still being built. There is no formal recognition [of Palestine], the peace process is no further forward. The reality on the ground is changing.”

Theresa May, she said, had shown a “real lack of moral courage and leadership” by failing to attend the Paris peace conference in January and blocking the EU from adopting its closing statement.

Lady Warsi said: “When you have colleagues who stand up in parliament and deny the right of Palestine to exist, as Rob Halfon [Conservative MP for Harlow] did when he said that Palestinians can live in Jordan, that’s denying Palestinians a right to exist. All sorts of legitimate opposition to current Israeli government policy are now being seen as illegitimate.”…

H/T Pamela Geller
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