Muslim NHL player threatens to slit the throat of opposing player

Slit the throat, behead, you decide. He also said, “You’re dead!”

via CBC Sports:

A depleted Toronto Maple Leafs forward unit soon could be minus another player.

The NHL’s hockey operations department is taking a look at Nazem Kadri’s throat-slashing gesture towards Mark Giordano after the Flames defenceman dazed Kadri with a hit in the first period of Tuesday night’s 4-3 Calgary win at the Saddledome.

“There was emotion, I couldn’t tell if it was a clean hit or not,” Kadri told reporters. “I was told it was, but it certainly didn’t feel like it. It [the throat slash] is something I don’t really remember doing. I was in and out a little bit.”

“I guess it’s going to be reviewed [by the league], but it was an emotional reaction.”

The 25-year-old Kadri was disciplined for the same gesture while playing for Canada in a game against Switzerland at the 2010 world junior hockey championship.


h/t Jihad Watch who notes:

Read his lips. Nazem Kadri is threatening to murder Mark Giordano. Certainly he was caught up in the heat of the moment and isn’t really going to kill him, but as a Muslim, his cultural frame of reference is interesting. When you grow up hearing “When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks” (Qur’an 47:4) and that sort of thing, even if you’re not all that devout yourself, it’s just possible that it might be in the back of your mind.


A few flashbacks for sports fans below the fold: Continue reading

Canada to build Muslim refugee camps on military bases complete with mosques, Korans, prayer mats

via: Liberals to build refugee camps on Canadian military bases — taxpayers will fund mosques, Korans – The Rebel

The Canadian military has been ordered by Justin Trudeau’s Liberals to draft plans to house more than 6,000 Muslim migrants on a long-term basis at military bases, according to documents obtained exclusively by The Rebel (see below.)

Included in the Department of National Defence budgets are hundreds of thousands of dollars set aside for “religious support,” including the purchase of Muslim Korans, prayer mats and foot-washing towels.

The plans also call for the construction of mosques or “worship centres,” using taxpayers dollars.

The planning documents, in English and French, were released in response to a Rebel “Access to Information” request about religious expenditures by the Department of National Defence.

But the detailed Quebec budget plans also shed light on the sheer scale of the Trudeau government’s plans to set up refugee camp-style accommodations on seven Canadian Forces Bases across Quebec and Ontario.

The budget for Quebec alone totals more than $46 million for the first six months.

For a typical migrant family, that’s a $200,000/year subsidy — not including medicare or welfare.

It’s shocking that Canadian Armed Forces personnel will be ordered to abandon the coalition battle against ISIS and return to Canada to become waiters, chauffeurs and social workers for Muslim migrants, and that Canadian Forces Bases will be turned into squalid refugee camps.

It’s a disgrace that Canadian military personnel have been sent eviction notices to make way for foreign migrants.

But for the DND’s budget to be diverted away from military purposes and towards buying Korans and building mosques for foreign migrants, is especially outrageous.

RELATED: “A national embarrassment: U.S. Senate demands answers about Trudeau’s reckless refugee plan”


More: Canada: PM Trudeau Promises 50,000 Muslim Refugees in 2016!

 

Pelosi Quotes Mohammad at National Prayer Breakfast (Video)

Nancy Pelosi

Source: Pelosi Pushes Islam at National Prayer Breakfast | Truth Revolt

On the heels of President Obama’s visit to a terrorism-linked mosque, where he urged Hollywood to create Muslim characters who aren’t terrorists, declared that Muslims are keeping Americans safe, and reiterated a version of his threat that “the future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi opened the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C. this morning with a quote from “the Prophet Muhammad.”

Referring to passages in the Bible’s Book of John about loving one another, Pelosi went on to make sure the audience gets the message that we’re not just a nation of Judeo-Christian values, but of Judeo-Christian-Muslim values:

“As we hear these words from John 13:15 and 17 we know that this message, this command of love, is not confined to the New Testament,” she said. “The same message stands at the center of the Torah and the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad too.”

Notice how leftists always refer to “the Prophet Muhammad” as if everyone considers him our prophet with a capital P. The left never refers to Jesus as Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Pelosi continued,

“The Torah says, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself. From Muhammad, ‘None of you has faith until he loves for his brother or his neighbor what he loves for himself.’”

This is part-and-parcel of the Christian-hating left’s mission to promote Islam as a religion of peace in the same Abrahamic tradition as Christianity and Judaism.


And if one looks further into the hadith that many Muslims have never even heard of, we find, it’s all about Islam – not love: via Islam Today:

At the forefront of what a Muslim should want for others is for them to be rightly guided. He should desire Islam for all humanity just as he desires it for himself. This should inspire him to call non-Muslims to Islam and to call his fellow Muslims to righteousness and piety.


PS: Truth Revolt linked to Breitbart but curiously Breitbart’s article url is http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/02/04/nancy-pelosi-quotes-prophet-mohammad-at-national-prayer-breakfast/. However they seemed to have removed the word “Prophet” from the title. It’s not only leftists who fall into the Islam trap.

breitbart-prophet

Michigan: Muslim women use Islamic garb to shoplift (video)

h/t IOTWReport & Dee

Jihad: Holy War or Plundering Raids? (video)

Or both. via: Jihad: Holy War or Plundering Raids? Setting the Foundation

Islam Watch’s latest video on Islam. Part 1 in the upcoming series of videos that will portray Prophet Muhammad’s major Jihad activities.

Britain: Muslim no-go zones emerging in Bury Park, Luton (video)

Published on Jan 23, 2016

Bury Park in Luton is an area notorious for Islamic extremists, ISIS fanatics, hate preachers and terrorists.

It is perhaps the worst hotspot in the whole country for Islamists.

In response to the recent imprisonment of an ISIS supporter (who is from Bury Park) Britain First carried out a “Christian Patrol” along the High Street and encountered ferocious hostility from local Muslims.

What followed was a shocking look into the Islamisation of our beloved country.

Our activists were attacked and pelted with eggs. Verbal abuse was rife. Muslims claimed they have “taken over” Luton and the UK. This is the future of Britain.


Whether you like it or not, can anyone disagree that Muslims are taking over?

Islamic State razes ancient Iraq monastery

Muslims wiping out Christian history.

Source: Islamic State razes ancient Iraq monastery

IRBIL, Iraq (AP) — St. Elijah’s has joined a growing list of more than 100 demolished religious and historic sites, including mosques, tombs, shrines and churches in Syria and Iraq. The extremists have defaced or ruined ancient monuments in Nineveh, Palmyra and Hatra. Museums and libraries have been looted, books burned, artwork crushed — or trafficked.

“A big part of tangible history has been destroyed,” said Rev. Manuel Yousif Boji. A Chaldean Catholic pastor in Southfield, Michigan, he remembers attending Mass at St. Elijah’s almost 60 years ago while a seminarian in Mosul.

These persecutions have happened to our church more than once, but we believe in the power of truth, the power of God,” said Boji. He is part of the Detroit area’s Chaldean community, which became the largest outside Iraq after the sectarian bloodshed that followed the U.S. invasion in 2003. Iraq’s Christian population has dropped from 1.3 million then to 300,000 now, church authorities say.

At the Vatican, spokesman Rev. Federico Lombardi noted that since the monastery dates back to the time Christians were united, the place would be a special one for many. He said it was the first news he had had of the destruction.

“Unfortunately, there is this systemic destruction of precious sites, not only cultural, but also religious and spiritual. It’s very sad and dramatic,” Lombardi said.

This month, at the request of AP, satellite imagery firm DigitalGlobe pulled a series of images of the same spot from their archive of pictures taken globally every day.

Imagery analyst Stephen Wood, CEO of Allsource Analysis, reviewed the pictures for AP and identified the date of destruction between Aug. 27 and Sept. 28, 2014. Before it was razed, images show a partially restored, 27,000-square-foot religious building. Although the roof was largely missing, it had 26 distinctive rooms including a sanctuary and chapel. One month later, “the stone walls have been literally pulverized,” said Wood.

“Bulldozers, heavy equipment, sledgehammers, possibly explosives turned those stone walls into this field of gray-white dust,” he said. “There’s nothing to rebuild.”

The monastery, called Dair Mar Elia, is named for the Assyrian Christian monk — St. Elijah — who built it between 582 and 590 A.C. It was a holy site for Iraqi Christians for centuries, part of the Mideast’s Chaldean Catholic community.

In 1743, tragedy struck when as many as 150 monks who refused to convert to Islam were massacred under orders of a Persian general, and the monastery was damaged. For the next two centuries it remained a place of pilgrimage, even after it was incorporated into an Iraqi military training base and later a U.S. base.

Then in 2003 St. Elijah’s shuddered again — this time a wall was smashed by a tank turret blown off in battle. Iraqi troops had already moved in, dumping garbage in the ancient cistern. The U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division took control, with troops painting over ancient murals and scrawling their division’s “Screaming Eagle,” along with “Chad wuz here” and “I love Debbie,” on the walls.

A U.S. military chaplain, recognizing St. Elijah’s significance, kicked the troops out and the Army’s subsequent preservation initiative became a pet project for a series of chaplains who toured thousands of soldiers through the ruin.

“It was a sacred place. We literally bent down physically to enter, an acquiescence to the reality that there was something greater going on inside,” remembered military chaplain Jeffrey Whorton. A Catholic priest who now works at Ft. Bragg, he had to collect himself after viewing the damage. “I don’t know why this is affecting me so much,” he said.

The U.S. military’s efforts drew attention from international media outlets including the AP in 2008. Today those chronicles, from YouTube videos captured on the cell phones of visiting soldiers to AP’s own high resolution, detailed photographs, take on new importance as archives of what was lost.

One piece published in Smithsonian Magazine was written by American journalist James Foley, six years before he was killed by Islamic State militants.

St. Elijah’s was being saved, Foley wrote in 2008, “for future generations of Iraqis who will hopefully soon have the security to appreciate it.”


Foley’s piece here.

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