The speech the U.S. Catholic Bishops don’t want you to see (VIDEO)

via: Video: Robert Spencer — the speech the U.S. Catholic Bishops don’t want you to see (IMPROVED AUDIO)

By Robert Spencer

On August 13, 2015, I was the keynote speaker at the annual convocation of the North American Lutheran Church in Dallas, Texas. I spoke about the global Muslim persecution of Christians.

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops sends a representative to the North American Lutheran Church convocation every year. However, this year, when the USCCB found out I was the keynote speaker, they pulled their rep from the Lutheran convocation. Kudos to the North American Lutheran Church for not caving in to this lily-livered fascism and allowing me to speak anyway, rather than canceling me so that the Catholic rep would come. The Lutheran bishop told me that what I had to say was “too important” for that.

Watch this speech and see what the Catholic Bishops of the United States find so objectionable that they can’t even be in the same room while it is being said. Find out what they don’t want you to know.

Related: US Conference of Catholic Bishops wants 100,000 Syrians admitted to US this year

…the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is, as Ann Corcoran points out below, “NOT advocating to save the persecuted Christians of Syria through this program.” Instead, bishops such as Robert McManus, Kevin Farrell and Jaime Soto and others move actively to silence those who speak about the Muslim persecution of Christians and the Islamic doctrines mandating warfare against and the subjugation of Christians. After years of tolerating open dissent from core Church teachings, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops moves like a Stalinist regime to silence and ostracize those who dare whisper a hint of dissent from their new and ironclad dogma that Islam is a religion of peace.

Australia: Muslim immigrant assassinates cop, Prime Minister immediately defends Islam (video)

Dhimmitude follows jihad. via 15-year-old gunman of Iraqi-Kurdish background visited Parramatta Mosque before shooting rampage

THE gunman who shot dead a police staffer was a 15-year-old who had visited Parramatta Mosque on his way to commit murder.

The teenager, a naturalised Australian of Iraqi-Kurdish background who arrived with his family from Iran, had walked to the police headquarters in Charles Street from his home in north Parramatta before opening fire on a civilian police employee.

The victim was identified as Curtis Cheng, a 17-year veteran of the police finance department, Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said today.

Mr Cheng — a father-of-two, of a son and a daughter — was shot in point blank range by the teen as he left work yesterday just after 4.30pm.

Speaking at a press conference today, Mr Scipione said the attack was “politically motivated and therefore linked to terrorism”.

Police are today trying to trackdown the teenage killer’s family who may have left the area.

Witnesses have told The Saturday Telegraph that after shooting dead the civilian employee, the teenager ran up and down in front of police headquarters waving his handgun in the air and shouting: “Allah. Allah.”

It was then that two special constables on security duty ran from the police building and shot the gunman dead.

Police are trying to find out who radicalised the teenager.

He had no identification on him and it is understood to be his brother who rang police and said he thought he knew who the gunman was.

The chairman of Parramatta Mosque, Neil El-Kadomi, said he was contacted by police on Friday night and shown a photograph of the gunman who entered the mosque before the attack.

The Sunni mosque is about 15 minutes walk from the State Crime Command headquarters on Charles Street.

Ban Sunni mosques, ban Muslim immigration.

More via Not Such A Lone Wolf: Sydney Teen Gunman Links To Islamic Extremists

Seven News said Farhad Khalil Mohammad Jabar was at a talk given by Hizb ut-Tahrir at nearby Parramatta Mosque just hours before he donned a black robe and killed finance worker Curtis Cheng outside NSW Police headquarters in Parramatta.

It has also emerged that the shooter’s sister flew out of Australia on a flight bound for the Middle East 24-hours before the terror attack.

According to The Sydney Morning Herald, a spokesman for Hizb ut-Tahrir in Australia, Uthman Badar would not comment on the existence of any links between Farhad and his organisation.

It is also understood Farhad’s sister Shadi went missing on Thursday and flew out of Australia on a Singapore Airlines flight bound for Istanbul and may be attempting to reach Iraq or Syria.

Her family told police she had taken all her belongings.

More on the dhimmi Malcolm Turncoat…err Turnbull, via Aussie Cops Asked Terror Mosque for Permission to Raid It

“NSW Police yesterday executed a warrant at a mosque in Parramatta,” police said in a statement Sunday.

“The warrant was undertaken by arrangement with leadership at the mosque who provided full assistance to police at all times.”

“Yesterday, Prime Minister Turnbull and (NSW) Premier Mike Baird had a long conversation with not only… relevant agencies but also leaders in the Muslim community,” Bishop told the ABC on Sunday.

“We’re certainly reaching out to the leaders of the Muslim community but working with the families at a grassroots local level.

Except the “Muslim leaders” are, as usual, the problem.

More via Jihad Murderer Got His Gun At The Local Mosque

It’s believed the weapon then ended up in the hands of the 15-year-old at the mosque just hours before he killed Curtis Cheng last Friday afternoon outside Police Headquarters.

The terror teen had been a regular member of an Islamic schoolyard prayer meeting being audited by the state government.

THE weapon used by teen terrorist Farhad Jabar was believed to be sourced from a Middle Eastern crime gang and police suspect it was handed to the schoolboy at the Parramatta mosque.

Details about where he got the gun and its original source were established early in the investigation but the Telegraph was asked by police not to release details until after today’s raids.

27,000 deadly attacks by Muslim terrorists since 9/11

In the name of Allah most Merciful. The Religion Of Peace.  Disturbing the peace.



The pace is quickening.

June 2015: 26,000 deadly attacks by Muslim terrorists since 9/11

February 2015: 25,000 deadly attacks by Muslim terrorists since 9/11

October 2014: 24,000 deadly attacks by Muslim terrorists since 9/11

May 2014: 23,000 deadly attacks by Muslim terrorists since 9/11

December 2013: 22,000 deadly attacks by Muslim terrorists since 9/11

June 2013:  21,000 deadly attacks by Islamic terrorists since 9/11 | Creeping Sharia.

December 2012: 20,000+ deadly terror attacks by the ‘Religion of Peace’ since 9/11

June 2012: 19,000+ deadly attacks by Islamic terrorists since 9/11

November 2011: 18,000 deadly terror attacks committed by the ‘Religion of Peace’ since 9/11

“Wake Up!”: Muslim Persecution of Christians, July 2015

via: Raymond Ibrahim

Not only is the Islamic State (IS) persecuting Christians but so are the U.S.-supported “rebel” forces in Syria, which the Obama administration assures are “moderate.” According to a recent National Public Radio (NPR) report, “With backing from U.S. allies, like Turkey and Saudi Arabia, this [U.S. supported] rebel coalition fights both the Syrian regime and the so-called Islamic State, or ISIS. But the coalition has extremists in its own ranks who have mistreated Christians and forced them out of their homes”—just as IS has done.

In response, Mideast Christian leaders have made clear that, far from expecting the West to intervene on their behalf, they merely wish that the West would stop arming, supporting, or even facilitating the Islamic terrorists who are making their lives a living hell. The crisis was spelled out in an article in Christian Today, entitled, “Syrian Christian leader tells West: ‘Stop arming terror groups who are massacring our people.”

According to the Patriarch of Antioch, Moran Mor Ignatius Aphrem II, “If the West wants to do something about the present crisis, the most effective thing would be to support local governments, which need sufficient armies and forces to maintain security and defend respective populations against attacks. State institutions need to be strengthened and stabilized. Instead, what we see is their forced dismemberment being fueled from the outside.”

Another Christian leader had another message to the West. According to Iraqi priest, Fr. Douglas Bazi, once a torture victim who now takes care of thousands of refugees forced to flee Mosul since the Islamic State took over the city last year, the West needs to “Wake up!” During celebrations of St. Peter and St. Paul, the Iraqi priest further reflected that, “We cannot celebrate the feast of two martyrs without remembering the living martyrs of our time.”

These martyrs are not limited to the Middle East. Among the many Christians slaughtered in Nigeria in July was a young girl who was stoned to death for refusing to renounce Christ and convert to Islam. Pastor Mark lost his daughter, Monica, in the Chibok abduction, in which almost 300 predominantly Christian girls were kidnapped at the hands of the Islamic organization, Boko Haram. He was told that his daughter refused to change her religion, so she was buried from the neck down, and then stoned to death.

The rest of July’s roundup of Muslim persecution of Christians around the world includes, but is not limited to, the following accounts, listed by theme.

Muslim Attacks on Christian Churches

Nigeria: Dozens of Christian churches were attacked in the Muslim-majority northern regions, where Boko Haram is headquartered:

  • Thirty-two churches and 300 houses were burnt when Boko Haram jihadis attacked Mussa community in Borno State. Thirteen people were also killed in the jihad.
  • A female Muslim suicide bomber blew herself up in the Redeemed Christian Church of God on Sunday, July 5, in the town of Potiskum. The priest and a woman and her two children were killed. “People were just going to the church when the bomber entered, otherwise the casualty figure would have been higher,” said a Red Cross worker. Earlier it was revealed that some of the nearly 300 Christian girls kidnapped by Boko Haram last year were being beaten, forced to convert to Islam, and indoctrinated into believing that their mission is to “slit the throats of Christians and to carry out suicide attacks.”
  • On Sunday, July 12, explosives planted at a church in Jos went off but there were no casualties; the bomb was detected by the church’s security personnel.
  • In response to a mosque explosion that killed 20 people—part of Boko Haram’s “Ramadan killing spree“—rioting Muslims burned down two churches on July 6 in Jos. According to the report, the mosque attack “has revived historic tensions between members of both faiths in Jos. Christians in Nigeria now not only fear Boko Haram, but also attacks from their Muslim neighbors.”

Iraq: The Islamic state blew up another Christian church under its authority, the Mother of Aid Church, which had stood in central Mosul for thousands of years. The blast also killed four children who were near the church at the time. IS also transformed the St. Joseph Church, an ancient Chaldean church in Mosul, into a mosque. Pictures of St. Joseph show that the dome has been painted black and the church has been stripped of all crosses and Christian symbols and images.

Egypt: Three church related attacks took place: The Fathers Church in eastern Alexandria was attacked on July 21 by unknown assailants who hurled Molotov cocktails and other homemade bombs at the church. No one was injured, although the facade of the church was damaged. Security services discovered a bag with more firebombs on the scene from where the assailants had fled. According to El Watan, the incident created a “state of panic” in the area, especially because the Fathers Church is considered the most important church for the Coptic Catholics of the region.

  • Muslims suspended prayer in a church in the village of Arab Asnabt in Abu Qurqas, Minya, and called for demolishing it in an effort “to prevent Coptic Christians from practicing their religious rites.”
  • Dozens of “incensed” Muslims congregated before the house of a Christian on the accusation that he was trying to use his home as a church. Security services arrived in time to disperse the angry Muslims. Coptic Christians trying to—or merely being accused of—turning their homes into churches in Egypt is not uncommon, and, in accordance with Islamic law, ultimately reflects the difficulties Christians face in building or even renovating existing churches.

Niger: Approximately 70 Christian churches and an orphanage continue facing a lack of resources and difficult conditions in attempts to rebuild them, six months after thousands of Muslims had attacked and destroyed them. The onslaught was in “revenge” for the offending Muhammad cartoons published by the satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo—a secular magazine based in France that also mocks Christianity. “Since these incidents, it is as if life had stopped,” said Baptist pastor Jacques Kangindé. His home was also destroyed during the riots. Recalling the destroyed church, the pastor said: “I felt very bad, such an indescribable feeling when I saw my ripped-up Bible on the ground. For a pastor, it was like my entire life was torn apart. I could not stop shedding tears.”

Muslim Violence and Slaughter of Christians

Nigeria: Boko Haram jihadis shot and killed 29 people in two Christian enclaves of northeast Nigeria. Most people in Dille village ran, but those who could not were gunned down and many homes were set ablaze. Separately, at a busy market in northeastern Damaturu town, a woman suicide bomber blew herself up, killing 15 people and wounding 50. And in Maikadiri village, at least 14 people were killed and 500 cows were slaughtered.

Iraq: Christians kidnapped and held for ransom continue to be slaughtered even after their ransom is paid. The body of Quais Abdul Shaya was returned to his family—after they had paid the demanded ransom of $25,000 USD. Saher Hanna, who worked at the Ministry of the Interior, was also killed after his Islamic abductors received his ransom. Killing Christian hostages, including children, after receiving payment is not limited to the Islamic State and occurs in other Muslim nations such as Egypt.

Libya: Unconfirmed reports, including from the Libyan Herald, say that the Islamic State executed another Egyptian Coptic Christian it had seized. Bekhit Nageh Efrank Ebeid, a 25-year-old laborer, was kidnapped along with two other Christians, Kofi Frimpong Sekyere from Ghana and Ibrahim Adeola from Nigeria.

Egypt: An unknown man attacked a Coptic nun in the Muslim-majority nation. According to Fr. Abdel Quddus, “An unknown person stalked a sister in the diocese of Fashn, Beni Suef, and attacked her last week with a bladed weapon while she was outside her residence. He then hit her head against the wall and fled.” And Wadie Ramses, a Christian who was kidnapped and held for 92 days by Islamic militants in the Sinai desert, managed to escape. During his time in captivity, he was blindfolded and handcuffed, beaten and abused. According to his account, the most terrifying moments came when he would overhear his Muslim kidnappers debating whether to behead the Christian doctor or keep him alive to ensure a ransom. The police, though given many opportunities, never made any effort to rescue him, said the Copt.

“Dhimmitude”: Islamic Contempt, Hostility, and Abuse of Christians

Pakistan: Christian girls continued to be abducted and raped in the Muslim majority nation. A new report indicates that every year 1,000 non-Muslim girls are abducted, raped, forced to convert to Islam or “marry” their abductors. Cases reported in July include:

  • Tarfa Younis, a 12-year- old Christian orphan girl, was sold to a 55-year-old Muslim man who “repeatedly raped” her for over a year; the man’s nephew also abused her. The traumatized girl managed to run away and reach the home of an uncle. According to The Voice, a human rights organization involved in the case, “the practice of raping and forcing Christian girls into marriage continues in Punjab, especially in suburban areas.”
  • Fouzia, a 25-year-old married Christian woman and mother of three children, was abducted on July 23 by Muhammad Nazir, another 55-year-old Muslim man. He forced her to convert to Islam and become his wife. Her family asked Muhammad for her return, but he insisted that she had voluntarily converted and married him—and that if they made any trouble “there would be serious consequences.” According to human rights lawyer Sardar Mushtaq Gill: “Usually episodes like this proceed in the following manner: the family of the victim presents a complaint. The abductor lodges a counter-complaint affirming that the woman made a voluntary decision. In most instances, the victims are minors, young adolescent girls. They suffer sexual violence, forced prostitution, domestic abuse and even sold to human traffickers.” Gill concluded that it is rare for such cases to end with the return of the girls to their original families.

Indonesia: A group of Muslims attacked and disrupted a Christian scout camp that had brought together thousands of young people. The camp had been organized by a Protestant group in Yogyakarta, central Java. The Muslim assailants argued that the Christian group was not authorized to organize any public activity—especially as it was Ramadan and public activities that violate the Islamic nature of the month are forbidden. On the second day of the event, local Muslims stormed the site and brought everything to a halt. As a result of the raid, thousands of Christian participants from around the country were forced to leave the area. According to the Christian camp manager, “organizers said they had official permission [to hold the event], but suddenly scores of radical Muslims arrived ordering everyone to clear off.” Commenting on the expulsion of Christians, Muhammad Fuad, head of the local branch of the Islamic Community Forum, expressed satisfaction that the Christian event was shut down: “It is good because everyone should understand how to behave towards the Muslim community.”[1]

Iraq: The Islamic State issued a call to its members at the University of Mosul to burn all books written by Christians—whether researchers, writers, or academics—that are found in the Central Library at the University of Mosul.

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New Jersey: 17-year-old charged in ISIS threats targeting 9/11 Memorial

Soon they’ll be the majority in New Jersey. via: 17-year-old facing charges in N.J.; suspected in mult. ongoing local cases

On Tuesday, Sept. 22, officials from the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office in Hackensack, N.J. executed a search warrant that resulted in the detention of a juvenile suspect.

New Albany Chief of Police Todd Bailey said a 17-year-old juvenile is suspected to be involved in several ongoing local cases.

According to Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli, the investigation revealed the juvenile was using the internet to send threatening messages towards the President of the United States and the White House. The Juvenile, according to police, also made threatening references to being involved in an attack at the 9/11 memorial, and to having “friends” in ISIS who were planning to attack New York City.

A separate and independent investigation, initiated by the New Albany, Indiana Police Department, identified the juvenile as a suspect in several “swatting” incidents in New Albany. New Albany’s investigation revealed the threats were being made from the suspect’s residence in Hackensack, N.J. “Swatting” is when a person tricks emergency responders into deploying a SWAT team to an unsuspecting person’s home under false means.

The 17-year-old was charged with the following: two counts of juvenile delinquency. The juvenile was subsequently released into the custody of his mother.

Additional charges may follow pending computer forensics of electronic devices that were seized during the execution of a search warrant at the juvenile’s home, Molinelli said.

The results of the New Albany Police Department’s investigation are pending at this time and charges related to crimes committed in that jurisdiction are expected to be filed shortly, according to Molinelli.

Canada: Life in prison for 2 Muslims who plotted to derail US-bound trains

Source: Life in prison for Chiheb Esseghaier, Raed Jaser in Via train terror plot | CTV News

TORONTO — Two men found guilty of terrorism charges after being accused of plotting to derail a passenger train were sentenced to life in prison Wednesday as a Toronto judge found neither of them had expressed remorse for their offences.

Raed Jaser and Chiheb Esseghaier were found guilty in March on a total of eight charges between them.

Justice Michael Code, the Toronto judge who presided over their trial earlier this year, found both men have not renounced their extremists beliefs, have not accepted responsibility for their offences and present questionable prospects for rehabilitation.

“I am satisfied that life imprisonment is the appropriate sentence,” he said, noting that the men would receive some credit for time already spent in custody. Both men aren’t eligible for parole until 2023.

Jaser shook his head, closed his eyes at one point and held his face in one hand after his sentence was delivered.

Esseghaier appeared nonchalant, crossing his arms and leaning back in the prisoner’s box as Code read out his 53-page sentencing decision.

“The life sentence doesn’t have any meaning for me,” the self-represented Esseghaier told Code after his sentence was delivered.

“My overall impressions of Mr. Jaser are that he is intelligent, devious and untrustworthy,” said Code. “He has not yet accepted responsibility for the offences, not yet expressed remorse, not yet renounced his violent and racist beliefs.”

In Esseghaier’s case, a court-appointed lawyer who was ordered to assist the Tunisian national through the legal process had asked Code to postpone sentencing until it could be determined if Esseghaier could be hospitalized and treated for a mental illness.

Code refused and said there was “no causal link” between Esseghaier’s current mental state and his behaviour at the time of the offences.

“The evidence is overwhelming that he was not delusional or psychotic at the time of the offence,” Code said. “It is unprecedented to adjourn a sentencing hearing indefinitely to await treatment.”

Two psychiatrists who assessed Esseghaier’s mental state over the course of his sentencing hearing found that he likely suffers from a mental illness.

But the second psychiatrist found that Esseghaier was still fit to be sentenced for his crimes.

Esseghaier is deeply religious and has consistently maintained his desire to be judged under the Qur’an.

He has often gone on rambling rants in the courtroom and even prayed in the prisoner’s dock, but his mental state only became an issue in the case after the psychiatric assessments — which he vehemently disagreed with.

In one court session, Esseghaier even spat at lawyers and threw a cup of water across a courtroom after the second psychiatrist who assessed him testified that he likely suffers from schizophrenia.

Code said it was “unnecessary to arrive at any firm conclusions regarding Esseghaier’s alleged mental illness.” But he did find that Esseghaier was “completely remorseless.”

The lawyer who assisted Esseghaier said the way in which Code dealt with the evidence of mental illness in the case would be “an issue” if the matter proceeded to an appeal.

During their trial, court heard that an undercover FBI agent gained Jaser and Esseghaier’s trust and surreptitiously recorded their conversations, which made up the bulk of the evidence in the case.

The two were recorded speaking about alleged terror plots they would conduct in retaliation for Canada’s military actions in Muslim countries, including the derailment of a Via Rail train travelling between New York and Toronto.

Minneapolis: 3rd of 8 Muslims who plotted in mosques to join ISIS pleads guilty

via 3rd Twin Cities man pleads guilty in ISIS plot –

A Twin Cities man attended meetings in local mosques, parks and restaurants as he planned to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group, he admitted in court Thursday, saying he wanted to join the violent terrorist group to help his fellow Muslims.

Zacharia Yusuf Abdurahman, 20, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist group — specifically the Islamic State group. He admitted that he and eight other men met 10 to 15 times to talk about routes to Syria and how to finance their trip.

He faces up to 15 years when he is sentenced in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis; that date hasn’t been set.

Abdurahman is the third Twin Cities man to plead guilty in connection with planning travel to Syria. Five others face a February trial.

Authorities have described the men from the local Somali community as friends who recruited and inspired each other. Prosecutors say the men were advised from overseas by Abdi Nur, another Minnesota man who went to Syria in May 2014.

The Minneapolis-St. Paul area is home to the largest concentration of Somali immigrants in the U.S., and the community has been a target for terror recruiters: more than 22 men have left the state since 2007 to join al-Shabab in Somalia, and roughly a dozen people have left to join jihadist groups in Syria.

Abdurahman said Thursday that he began thinking about going to Syria in the spring of 2014 after he saw how the Syrian people were suffering at the hands of the Bashar Assad regime. Abdurahman said he saw videos of elderly parents and kids pleading for help from Muslims, and felt he had an obligation because “it is a worse sin to not listen to their cries,” he said. [These are Obama talking points – anyone who believes this kid wanted to join ISIS to help elderly Syrian parents should be sent to Syria]

He also said he watched English-language jihadist videos on YouTube, Twitter and other social media outlets, and wanted to join the Islamic State group even though he knew it carried out beheadings and burned prisoners. [even though or because?]

Abdurahman said he and some of his co-conspirators took buses to New York last November and tried to travel overseas from there. After they were stopped and returned to Minnesota, he said he tried to obtain a fake passport as a means of going to Mexico, then overseas.

He provided a picture for a passport to one group member, who was actually an FBI informant, and took it back shortly before his arrest because “I thought I was going to get caught,” he said.

Attorneys for many of the defendants have questioned the government’s use of an informant, and community members have claimed the men were entrapped. Abdurahman said he wasn’t entrapped and that there was a plan in motion before the informant got involved.

Ayan Abdurahman said after her son’s hearing that she was “very sad” and that he and others like him are just children.

“He’s very young,” she said, speaking in broken English. “… I asking the American government they have to treat these as children. They make mistake.”

She also said she’s opposed to what her son says he did, and added that the government, Somali community, mosques and parents need to work together to find other options and promote peace.

Ikraan Abdurahman, Zacharia’s sister, asked that people see her brother for who he is, not for how the media portrays him.

“A mistake doesn’t define a person and he’s an excellent, honest and virtuous human being,” she said.

That which is seen and that which is not seen. The repercussions of Bill Clinton’s failed Somali intervention and even worse Somali Muslim importation has been utterly disastrous for Americans. Hillary Clinton will make things even WORSE.



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