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Ms. Minnie Steinman

Dublin, GA.Minnie Francis Steinmann, age 84, passed away Monday, July 30, 2018 at Serenity Place following a brief illness.Minnie was born March 14, 1934 in Hazlehurst, GA. She was the daughter of the late Emory and Ada Francis. Minnie was a loving mother and Granny. She enjoyed her flower garden, bird watching, (especially hummingbirds), and her cat, Tiger.In addition to her parents, Minnie was preceded in death by: -Sons: Jerry Steinmann and…

Dublin, GA.Minnie Francis Steinmann, age 84, passed away Monday, July 30, 2018 at Serenity Place following a brief illness.Minnie was born March 14, 1934 in Hazlehurst, GA. She was…

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Did Hitler have children?

For many years, the record books stated that Adolf Hitler did not have any biological children. He only married his longtime girlfriend the day before he committed suicide, after all, and was likely too involved in his political efforts to bother with being a father. However, recent information has surfaced that alleges that Hitler may have had a ‘secret son’, born to a French teenager who encountered Hitler while he was on leave in the military. According to the memoir written by Jean-Marie Loret, Hitler’s claimed son, they began an affair during this time and his birth was the result of that affair.Loret’s mother, Charlotte Lobjoie, says she had an affair with the man in 1917, when she was only 16 years old to Hitler’s 28 years of age. She didn’t tell her son about his father’s identity until right before she died. According to military documents, cash deliveries were made to Lobjoie during the time when Germany occupied France. They also found paintings with Hitler’s signature in her attic and there was a painting Hitler had done that looks just like the woman claiming to have his son. Lobjoie died in the 1950s, and after Loret learned the possibility of who his father was, he set out for the truth.Loret hired historians, geneticists, and others to help verify the claim that his mother had made. He did have the same blood type as Hitler, as well as similar handwriting. Pictures proved that they also looked eerily similar in many ways. The official record still states that Hitler had no children. Loret died in 1985, in a time when potential DNA testing or other means weren’t even an option. If Hitler was the father of this man, however, he does have a lineage through Loret’s own children.Loret’s attorney has pointed out that his surviving children might be eligible to get royalties from Mein Kampf, if they can be proven to be descendants of Hitler. Of course, no one is in a hurry to admit their relation to Adolf Hitler, a known Nazi and one of the most evil people in 20th century history, as most people see him. Loret wrote a memoir in 1981 called Your Father’s Name was Hitler, which is where he discusses finding out, the affair he was told about, and what his mother said about his father before she died. Facts are still being validated and as of yet, no official record of this relationship has been made.

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Trayvon Martin’s mother recalls opening "Pandora’s box" of …

More than two years before Ferguson, the shooting death of Trayvon Martin was a call to action for many people. The unarmed 17-year-old was shot and killed in 2012 by George Zimmerman, who claimed he was attacked and fired in self-defense.

Now, Trayvon Martin’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin have teamed up with Jay-Z on the new six-part series “Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story.” It chronicles Trayvon’s death and the protest movement that emerged afterward.

Earlier this year, Tracy and Sybrina were honored in New York’s Cathedral of St. John the Divine for their activism. “CBS This Morning” co-anchor Gayle King met Sybrina there.

Sybrina Fulton spoke to Gayle King in New York.

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GAYLE KING: You and Tracy received an award in this church. And I’ve heard you say if it was up to you, none of us would know your name. None of us would know Trayvon’s name. So how have you reconciled that now everybody knows you, everybody knows your story?

SYBRINA FULTON: I chose to live, number one. I chose to move to my next chapter because if my son had died and I had died also, and I was just walking around the Earth not doing anything, then I would be dead too… I was reluctant to, you know, even speak. Even to be the voice of my son, you know, which seems like that’s the natural thing to do, is to speak for Trayvon, who’s not here, but I didn’t want to. I just felt so weak and hopeless and helpless God really had to work on me to strengthen me to get me to speak up for other people. To speak up for my son. To speak up for myself.

Sybrina Fulton can still recall the moment six years ago when she learned that her son was shot and killed by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, who claimed self defense.

FULTON: My son was innocent. My son was the victim. My son didn’t shoot and kill anyone. He didn’t even own a gun. People look at the situation… they get angry with it, but we have to get angry to the point that we’re doing something about it and that’s what I did.

KING: The death of your son, Trayvon Martin, certainly launched a movement. What was it like for you the first time you went anywhere and you saw crowds, thousands of people saying, “I am Trayvon Martin,” or screaming his name? How did you process that?

An undated photo of Trayvon Martin.

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FULTON: Well It was here in New York.

KING:You looked so strong during that time… And I often marveled, “Does she feel as strong as she looks?”

FULTON: I did not. They didn’t see me when I was very emotional. They didn’t see me when I was depressed And so where so many people were telling me how strong I was, I didn’t feel it on the inside. And so I started speaking to myself. I started speaking to God. I started saying to myself, “I am strong.” “I am strong” and then I started to feel like I really was strong.

KING: How do you grieve and recover from the death of a child?

FULTON: I think I had a great deal of support Early on, I started, like, reaching out to other mothers that had kids that were victims of senseless gun violence, and it kind of took the edge off of what I was going through… I had so many people that were positively, like, lifting me up… Even now, through my difficult days, when I have my bad days and you know?

KING: You still have bad days?

FULTON: Absolutely. I’m gonna have bad days the rest of my life. But it feels like something —

KING: What, what does a bad day —

FULTON: It feels like —

KING:You, you’re triggered by a memory or, what is it?

FULTON: It doesn’t really have to be a memory. It doesn’t have to be something that I saw. I could wake up that morning and, and just have a bad feeling because it, it feels like I’m missing something. It feels like something is, is not right with my life. It feels like something is not in order with my life And so I’m not afraid to cry. I’m not afraid to tell people that I cry. That’s just on my rainy day but I know that a better day is coming.

KING: How do you feel about George Zimmerman?

FULTON: I don’t give him a whole lot of time. A whole lot of focus.

KING: Have you forgiven him?

FULTON: I have not. I have not. I know that in my own time, in my own grief and this whole grieving process that I have to forgive. But by the same token, I’m not at that point yet. I’m very honest with that. A lot of people ask me that question, and I’m very open and honest about it. I’m very real with my feelings, and I know I have not forgiven.

Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin’s mother.

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She never could have imagined that her son’s death would have this kind of impact as the catalyst for the Black Lives Matter movement, even Trayvon’s hoodie would become a symbol.

FULTON: I call it Pandora’s box, and it is the box of evidence that was given to me by the Department of Justice. Probably three years after Trayvon was shot and killed. And when I first got the box I said I wasn’t gonna open the box. And of course curiosity bothered me for a while, because the box was in the house. And I, I opened the box and I cried and cried and cried.

KING: What was in the box?

FULTON: In the box is everything that Trayvon had on. His hoodie. His pants. His t-shirt. His socks. His shoes. His cell phone. His money. The drink. The candy. Everything is in the box.

Sybrina says she received a request some years ago to display those items to the public in a museum. At first, she wasn’t ready.

FULTON:I didn’t want anybody to see the things. I didn’t want anybody to touch them. I just was like, “No.” And so this year we’re meeting now, there’s a possibility, a strong possibility, that they may end up in the museum, because I feel like I have grown since that time, even though I gave birth to Trayvon, I just think that he is everybody’s son, and I need to share those things with everybody.

Watch “Rest in Power” Mondays at 10/9c on theParamount Network and BET.

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Former Dutch MP commits suicide — was gang-raped by Muslims who asked her, “Do you respect Allah?”

Dutch councilor, commits suicide after stating she was gang-raped by gang of Muslims

Islam Critic, City councilor & member of Geert Wilders Freedom Party PVV, Willie Dille, took her own life after posting this video on Facebook saying she was gang-raped by Muslims to silence her pic.twitter.com/RUpv6jOoxw

— Amy Mek? (@AmyMek) August 11, 2018

Just another sad, shocking example of the savagery unleashed in the West. Where are the wailing feminists? If Willie Dille had not been a member of the Freedom Party, the party of Geert Wilders, and if she had not been raped by Muslims, there would be an international outcry. But there will be little to no notice of this, as Europe continues on the path to it own suicide.

“Former far-right Dutch MP who promoted ‘dropping a nuclear bomb on Muslims’ kills herself hours after posting a video claiming she was raped by a gang who asked her ‘Do you respect Allah?,’” by Connor Boyd, Mailonline, August 10, 2018:

A Dutch MP has killed herself hours after posting a video on social media claiming she was gang-raped by a group of Muslim men.

Willie Dille, 53, a member of the anti-immigrant Freedom Party, shared the footage on Facebook in which she said she’d been attacked by the group as part of an intimidation campaign.

Dille, who served as an MP from 2010-2012 before returning to her seat on The Hague city council, alleged the rape happened over a year ago.

In the distressing video, Dille said: ‘I just want the world to know the truth. On 15th March 2017 I was kidnapped, raped and abused by a group of Muslims because they wanted to keep my mouth shut in the city council of The Hague.

‘After they were done they said: Do you respect Muhammad, do you respect Allah, do you respect Arnoud?’

The video was removed shortly after it was posted online.

Dille was branded a racist after sharing a video in February 2016 saying a nuclear bomb should be dropped on Muslims.

Her death was confirmed by local Freedom Party leader Karen Gerbrands who said Dille ‘could no longer bear what had happened to her’.

Mayor of The Hague Pauline Krikke said she was shocked when she learned about Dille’s suicide.

A police spokesperson told local media on Thursday afternoon that Dille had approached the police about the alleged attack but never filed a formal complaint….

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France: Muslims murder man for trying to rescue his friends who were being attacked

This is France today. This is the France of Hollande and Macron and the European Union leaders. Daily acts of Islamic terror. Daily silence from the leftist elites, the enemedia, academia and celebrity tools. In the wake of jihad terror come only wails of “islamophobia” accusations, not any resolve or resolution to stop this insanity. This is the new France. If you don’t like it, you’re a racist, bigoted “islamophobe.”

“France: Adrien, 26, murdered by Arabs for rescuing abused friends,” Custodela, August 5, 2018 (thanks to Mark):

Adrien Perez, 26, was stabbed on Sunday morning in Meylan, Grenoble, France.

Three young men were indicted in the case. Two of them, Younes El Habib and Yanis El Habib, two brothers, respectively are suspected with the murder of Adrien and attempted murder on Adrien’s friend, were placed under arrest warrant.

In an interview by the newspaper ’Dauphiné Libéré’, Adrien’s parents evoke the memory of their son for a long time and say they are outraged by this tragedy. ’(…) We can always organize memory marches to try to mobilize opinion, it will serve no purpose….

The police and gendarmes are doing everything they can, but the truth is that the state is afraid of this minority of ultra-violent people who terrorize the majority of the poor people in the neighborhoods,’ said Bruno Perez, Adrien’s father.

‘My son tried to rescue a couple of friends who were being attacked. It was while coming to help them that he was killed. He showed heroism. Neither he nor his friends were obviously armed, while the others had knives.

But how is it possible that people can enter a discotheque while being armed?’ Adrien’s mother, Patricia, wondered, and collapsed. ‘By killing our son, they destroyed our lives,’ added Bruno Perez, who explained that he would never forgive.

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ISIS Jihadi Quietly Released after FBI Intervention Surfaces in Minimum Security Jail

Yet another discovery that puts this once-storied agency in a poor light. There seems to no end to the corruption and perfidy of today’s FBI. The Trump purge of this corrupt, compromised agency is long overdue. Emad Karakrah was “the ringleader of a sophisticated narco-terror operation, and in 2014 he was arrested after leading police on a high-speed chase through Chicago streets with an ISIS flag waving from his car. When police finally captured Karakrah, he told officers his car was rigged with explosives that would detonate if searched.”

And now he has been quietly sent to a minimum security jail, from which he could easily escape. What possible good can come of that? How many lives will Karakrah now destroy?

“ISIS Militant Quietly Released after FBI Intervention Surfaces in Minimum Security Jail – Judicial Watch,” Judicial Watch, August 10, 2018

An ISIS operative jailed in Chicago and mysteriously released after FBI intervention, has surfaced in a minimum security prison about 165 miles south of the Windy City. His name is Emad Karakrah, the ringleader of a sophisticated narco-terror operation, and in 2014 he was arrested after leading police on a high-speed chase through Chicago streets with an ISIS flag waving from his car. When police finally captured Karakrah, he told officers his car was rigged with explosives that would detonate if searched. Bomb disposal units secured the vehicle without incident, but Karakrah’s arrest helped expose a huge narco-terrorist network with roots and financing in El Paso, Texas. Karakrah also lived in New Mexico, the border state where authorities just raided an extremist Muslim compound that trained kids to commit school shootings.

Judicial Watch uncovered Karakrah’s terrorism record and has reported extensively on his extremist activities, including a 2009 plot to bomb talk-show host Oprah Winfrey’s Chicago studios and the iconic Sears Tower. Judicial Watch also produced an investigative documentary about the narco-terrorist cell that Karakrah and other jihadists—including two of the FBI’s most wanted terrorists (Jaber A. Elbaneh and Adnan Gulshair el Shukrijumah)—operated from El Paso. Karakrah was a logistics and transportation operative for militant Islamists in the United States, according to high-level law enforcement sources. He moved people, weapons, explosives, drugs, money, and other materiel to terrorist cells operating in Chicago, Brooklyn, New York and Saddle Brook, New Jersey, among other locations across the U.S. More than a decade ago Karakrah smuggled drugs and weapons for the renowned Juárez drug cartel in Mexico.

At some point, Karakrah reportedly became a confidential informant for the FBI, but went rogue and broke contact with his bureau handlers. This appears to be the reason that the FBI got involved in his state case, which was veiled in secrecy. Legal proceedings against Karakrah in Chicago were delayed at least twice because of FBI “equities,” sources close to the case confirmed. An FBI agent was present during Karakrah’s proceedings in Cook County Court and the agency facilitated his release in 2015, which was kept from the public record. Judicial Watch followed the case closely and verified that Karakrah was no longer in custody of Cook County Jail. The Illinois Department of Corrections subsequently confirmed in writing that Karakrah was not in custody. Judicial Watch’s efforts to independently ascertain Karakrah’s whereabouts were unsuccessful until recently. Karakrah has surfaced at the Lincoln Correctional Center, a minimum security facility in a town of about 14,000 residents. Karakrah’s Illinois Department of Corrections profile lists his “projected discharge date” as July 13, 2020.

The pending release is frightening considering Karakrah’s disturbing history, criminal record and documented ties to some of the world’s most dangerous jihadists. The collaboration between Mexican drug cartels and Islamic terrorists practiced by Karakrah and his cohorts has become a monstrous national security issue for the U.S. Judicial Watch has exposed a number of the enterprises as part of an ongoing investigation into the critical national security threats along the porous southern border. Among the most distressing is that Islamic terrorists joined forces with the Juárez drug cartel years ago and the partnership has resulted in ISIS operating in a region controlled by the cartel, just a few miles from El Paso in a border area known as “Anapra” in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. Other Mexican drug cartels have smuggled nationals of terrorist countries into the U.S. for years, records uncovered by Judicial Watch show….

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VIDEOS and PHOTOS: Soclalist Ocasio-Cortez leads panel “Immigrant Arts & Women’s Empowerment Summit” 2018 at Jewish Heritage Museum

Day 2 of the Immigrant Arts & Women’s Empowerment Summit 2018? at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in lower Manhattan. August 7, 2018. 10:30 am.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was on a panel named The Future is Female: Mobilizing and Organizing Women Through The Arts.”

We are ALL Immigrants was the meme of the day, presented by the Immigrant Arts Coalition. (click picture to enlarge) 

Entertainment unions were on hand as well: Local 802 (Musicians Union) and SAG/AFTRA as well as the Writers Guild. (click picture on right to enlarge/ link to sag -aftra readable version on left)

Barbara D. Underwood, NY State Attorney General,
opened with a very brief speech:

Underwood mentioned DACA Dreamers, Right to Choose, teen immigrants. Then she read lyrics from Rodger & Hammerstein’s “Carefully Taught.” Quoted the Statue of Liberty poem. Shared that, as Attorney General, she is proud of battles fought to help our communities. Stressed that conversations with artists here and abroad, important contributions.

Before the panel began, the chairs in the room went through an embarrassing removal of unused seats. (Obviously attendance was not what they expected).


The loud clanking of the chair removal, the rows of chairs and the panel table rearranged, went on for awhile. Finally, rows of chairs were added down front, closer to the panel. This was the last shuffle before the panel commenced.

The introduction to the panel said this was a panel of six sisters, using arts to mobilize women. (She affectionately shared Puerto Rican sisterhood with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.)

Some quotes from Ruth Messinger, who seemed to be the grand dame of the panel: “Honor those who were originally on this planet. We need to learn to listen. Telling stories. Use the arts to tell their story. Social Change repeats over and over. We’re all by-standers. Can’t afford to be by-standers. Where do you stand? Put yourself forward. Some will disagree with you, but only way change is made. Every person in country is an immigrant. They don’t all know it. Stories lost (through the generations/assimilation) We’re from “here” is a story lost. What will they (can) they teach? 2020 is soon here. VOTE. You must!

The New JDL NY was outside the Museum of Jewish Heritage while this reporter was inside to hear the panel that included the Dem-Socialist flavor of the month, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. This was the best picture I could capture of the JDL.

Do appreciate this link to a twitter picture

 The panel.  The summit. Immigrants In America. The Future. Women. The Arts.

Part 1 video. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was on a panel named: The Future is Female: Mobilizing and Organizing Women Through The Arts”.

Transcribed excerpts from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, “It’s because there’s so much fear over being different in our politics […] and, I think, that what we hadn’t shown is that you can really lean into who you are and not be afraid of being ostracized. Because, I think, people are just kind of craving any sort of unique voice right now. […] yeah, I feel like, really,  often times, especially in political language, there’s always this, this opposite (uh) impulse. Like a consultant will come in and say, “Oh,we have to compensate for everything that you are.” You know (laughter) so if your like a first generation immigrant and they’ll like over-compensate with (like) the super-Americana (like) patriotic, stars and stripes kind a thing. And (uh) and it’s because — and they’re implicitly telling you what they think you’re not, because of who you are. Instead of saying you could be all of those things. You know, you can be a first generation patriot, if, you know, if that’s who you are. Because you can be these things. And we are (in) contradictions. But yeah, sometimes if, if you’re like (um) you know, if you’re a woman they’ll try to kind of put you in like those — big shoulder pads (laughter) and, you know, make you a little more masculine. And it’s like, you don’t have to compensate for who you are. You can just, if anything, you should lead-in more. And, I think, these opportunities, whether they’re intentional or not, once you become a part (like) IN the public eye, it’s an opportunity to kind of lead-in and embrace and grow into more of who you are than trying to apologize or shrink-down or moderate who you are. […] And, that’s what they have done, and said, “Oh, we are morally superior. We are the party of “Family Values”. So, we’re so going to separate children from their parents at the border.”

Aizzah Fatima: “All because they’re brown children. If they were white children they would never do that.” (more chatter – unclear – about brown people)

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez : “Yeah, and so, I think that, um, they have gone so obviously off-track … like … I struggle to think, at this point, of a thing that they are doing right, to be honest (um) that, I think, it’s easier if we can just claim it. But I just think that (um) and I also, I just rejected left/right frame-work cause I just don’t think that’s how people really operate (um) And we just quash things down into this left/right lens cause it’s easier for us. But that’s not how people really work. But, anyway, like, I would say that, on the “left”, there’s been this reluctance to say, “Oh, don’t moralize the issues.” And I push-back on that because, like, we are in a time of right and wrong. We are making, you know, in the ’90’s when we were…. people were talking about tax-breaks and trade-deals where, I would still argue still have some moral basis. But when they try to, kind of (um), actually make it a little bit more abstract, (unclear) you can’t moralize these issues. But the issues today are moral. I think, I think every single (gasp), you know, my right to health care is a moral issue. The idea that we have the largest population of homeless people since the great depression in New York City is, is a moral issue. The fact that there are three empty luxury apartments for every one person experiencing homelessness is a moral issue. The fact that kids are going into (uh) trailers in the back of their schools to get an education because we won’t build schools, is a moral issue. All these things are moral. And (um) I’m not, you know – And that’s the frame by which I access my politics, you know. I don’t, I don’t look at politics as (unclear). My tax cut is going to get me more. I will get, my politics, I look at politics as what is the right thing to do. And how do we get closer to that. So, I think it’s okay to, to embrace  — how you access your politics. And you should embrace (unclear) … And for me, I ask,”Is there a moral framework.” (applause)

Part 2 video. Panelist, progressive Ruth Messinger, chimed in on the issue of MORALITY as she gave support to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,

Transcribed excerpts video 2 begins with Ruth Messinger responding to Ocasio-Cortez,“Equity and inequity are fierce moral issues. (um) And we have (unclear) generalization that has ceded this language to people who claim themselves, proudly, to be “pure of faith”, “people of morality”,  and to connect their faith with their morality. But they are, and I think this is important for the fight we have in front of us, they are actually, in significant numbers (unclear), they are uncomfortable. They’ve been talking about morality for a long time and now they’re supporting a person and a party and candidates in elections who are saying some of the most unbelievably immoral, inequitable and unjust things about brown children; about segregated school systems; about failures of health care. And so this is actually the moment for progressives to reclaim the language and say, “It doesn’t matter, ” as Alexandra just said, “if your morals come from a faith-base or not.” Frankly, if you want to share that faith-base, or not, there are moral issues (um) that, in fact, influence how every single one of us was raised, and taught, whatever language our families use (um). And those moral issues about how we treat people, and how we treat the least well-off people, are the critical issues for this society and this world today; that to be able to claim that you’re speaking the, the language of moral morality with moral authority, with moral courage, is exactly what we need today in our political and our faith-based leaders.”

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: “Yeah. And I do, I do feel it’s really important to under-score that, that we need to take this moment, and we have to, we really do need to claim the moral high-ground, because we have it. And if we don’t claim it, then we’re going to be a part of this lie. If we don’t reclaim this moment right now, in particular, in a moral frame, then our moral — then no one’s claiming the moral frame. Then no one is advocating for what is right in this country. And that is how we engage in a collective slide and, honestly, don’t let them forget it. Don’t let these people forget what they stood by and supported in this moment. They can never claim this moral frame-work ever again; EVER again. Because they stood by as children were ripped from their parents. They stood by as the richest in this country began to enrich themselves at the cost of children’s healthcare and education and housing. They stood by as the childrens’ health insurance program was (claimed) hostage. They stood by. Though all these things. And we cannot …we have to claim it. We have to tell them that this is what they are doing right now so that they know that they can’t forget it. So no one can say that no one told me. We have to be the ones that have that, that have that voice of moral clarity. Because, if we let it slide, (unclear) this country slides.” (applause)

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And the exposés keep rolling on in: “The Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Model Loses in the Midwest.”  If socialism is so popular, why aren’t the socialists winning? [Daniel Greenfield]

One of the handouts in the “gift” bag, compliments of the (very Marxist) Workman’s Circle, represents the rejection of the Trump Presidency from the  labor UNION presence at this summit.

From this summit. It was clear. Very clear. VOTE 2020. ‘Cause the Marxist, Socialist, Progressive machine is committed to making America into a Socialist hell-hole. So VOTE. Your future depends on it.

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TRIPLE MURDER: Spurned Muslim sets fire to 19-year-old Hindu mother, INFANT daughter, grandmother, all BURNED ALIVE

The woman who had been set on fire along with her mother and nine-month-old daughter by Jalaluddin Khan succumbed to her burns at the Nashik civil hospital on Wednesday. Pritee Shendge (20), who had suffered 80% burns, died around 5pm, civil hospital officials said.
.. Times of India

A Muslim set fire to his Hindu girlfriend, her daughter and her grandchild in Nashik, Maharashtra; all three perished. Khan poured kerosene on all three of his victims set them on fire. Surpemacist monster. How dare the kuffar tell him no.

Man, Accused Of Burning Alive 2 Women, Infant, Escapes From Train

A 19-year-old woman, who had received severe injuries when a man set her, her infant daughter and her mother on fire four days ago in Nashik city in Maharashtra, has died, police today said. Her daughter and mother had succumbed to injuries earlier Priti Shendge, who had suffered 80 per cent burns, died at Nashik Civil Hospital last night, police said.

On August 5, Jalaluddin Khan (55), a family acquaintance, allegedly poured kerosene on Priti, her mother Sangita Devre (40) and Priti’s daughter Siddhi (9 months) and set them on fire at their house in Kalika Nagar area here.

Priti Shendge, who had suffered 80 per cent burns, died at Nashik Civil Hospital last night, police said. On August 5, Jalaluddin Khan (55), a family acquaintance, allegedly poured kerosene on Priti, her mother Sangita Devre (40) and Priti’s daughter Siddhi (9 months) and set them on fire at their house in Kalika Nagar area here.

Nashik: City police on Tuesday detained Jalaluddin Khan, who allegedly set two women and a nine-month-old girl on fire on Sunday night.While the nine-month-old child had died on Monday morning, her 38-year-old grandmother Sangita Deore succumbed to burn injuries on Monday night.Medical officers of Nashik civil hospital informed that the third victim Pritee Shendge (20) was in critical condition as she has suffered 80 percent burn injuries.The accused Jalaluddin Khan, hailed from Mathura. He allegedly set ablaze his live-in partner, her daughter Pritee and grand-daughter Siddhi.According to senior police officials, Deore and Jalaluddin had an argument before going to sleep, as Deore wanted him to live somewhere else since her married daughter had come home for an overnight stay.When the trio was sleeping, Jalaluddin allegedly doused the three victims with kerosene and set them on fire around 4 am on Monday.A few days before the incident took place, Sangita Deore had shifted to Kalika Nagar in Panchavati.

The 55-year-old Muslim male escaped from police on the train when he was being brought back by police from Uttar Pradesh, an official said.

Jalaluddin Khan, the accused, escaped from the Zelam Express between Ganj Basoda and Vidisha railway stations in Madhya Pradesh Wednesday night, police said.

Khan had been arrested on Tuesday by a Nashik police team from his village in Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh and was being brought back by train.

Sometime after Ganj Basoda, Khan told Assistant police inspector Deepak Girme and a police constable who were with him that he wanted to use the washroom. Taking advantage of
darkness, he jumped out when the train slowed down, said Madhukar Kad, in-charge of Panchavati police station in Nashik.

The two policemen also jumped out from the moving train but Khan gave them the slip. The policemen suffered minor injuries.

Nashik (Maharashtra): A 19-year-old woman, who had received severe injuries when a man set her, her infant daughter and her mother on fire four days ago in Nashik city in Maharashtra, has died, police said on Thursday.

Hindu Existence:

Muslim man set trio including a baby on fire to die at home in Nashik, arrested from Aligarh.

Muslim man sets afire Hindu lover Sangita, her daughter and her grandchild at Nashik, Maharashtra; all died…. Culprit arrested from Third wife’s house in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh.

Sugam Deshmukh | HENB | Nashik | August 8, 2018:: A man of extreme Jihadi nature, who had set ablaze a 38-year-old woman, with whom he was having an extramarital affair, and her two kin here in Maharashtra, was arrested from Uttar Pradesh, an official said on Wednesday.

In an horrific incident, a 45­ year­ old Muslim man allegedly set ablaze his live­-in-partner, her daughter and nine­ month­ old grand­-daughter at their residence in the Panchavati-Kalika Nagar locality of the city early on Monday. While the baby, Siddhi and Sangita Devre (38) died of burn injuries; her daughter, Pritee Shendge (20), is battling for life at the Nashik Civil Hospital. All of them sustained over 70% burns. Doctors have said Pritee is in a very critical condition.

Jalaluddin Khan (45), had set afire the woman, Sangita Suresh Devre, her married daughter Preeti and infant granddaughter at her home in here on Monday after an argument, Panchavati police station in-charge Madhukar Kad said.

Following the incident, the man, who is married thrice, fled to Aligarh in UP.

The Nashik police managed to trace him and arrested him from Aligarh on Tuesday evening, Kad said.

Sources said, Jalaluddind was arrested from his third wife’s house, where he took a hide at Aligarh. Jalaluddin’s second wife used to stay in Etwa district and his first wife was died three years back in a street accident. Jalaluddin is a father of five sons and three daughters.

The accused has been booked under Sections 302 (murder) and 307 (attempt to murder) of the IPC, he said.

Jalaluddin was having an affair with Sangita for the past one year. They had a heated argument on Sunday, the official said.

He came to her home past midnight on Monday. Devre’s 19-year-old daughter and her granddaughter were also in her home at that time, he said.

Khan poured kerosene on all three, set them afire and fled the scene, the official added. While the child died on the spot, the women died during treatment.

Khaleej Times

A 55-year-old man, accused of burning two women and an infant alive in Nashik escaped from train when he was being brought back by police from Uttar Pradesh, an official said.

Jalaluddin Khan, the accused, escaped from the Zelam Express between Ganj Basoda and Vidisha railway stations in Madhya Pradesh Wednesday night, police said.

Khan had been arrested on Tuesday by a Nashik police team from his village in Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh and was being brought back by train.

Sometime after Ganj Basoda, Khan told Assistant police inspector Deepak Girme and a police constable who were with him that he wanted to use the washroom. Taking advantage of darkness, he jumped out when the train slowed down, said Madhukar Kad, in-charge of Panchavati police station in Nashik

The two policemen also jumped out from the moving train but Khan gave them the slip. The policemen suffered minor injuries.

Nashik police have now sent another team to Uttar Pradesh to track down the accused, he added.

On August 5, Khan, who had an affair with Sangita Devre (40), resident of Kalika Nagar area, had an altercation with her at her house.

In a fit of rage, he allegedly poured kerosene on her, her daughter Priti Shendge (19), and Priti’s nine-month-old daughter and set them on fire.

While the child died on the spot, the women died during treatment.

Times of India:

Third victim of Panchavati burning case dies in hosp

Nashik: The woman who had been set on fire along with her mother and nine-month-old daughter by a man succumbed to her burns at the Nashik civil hospital on Wednesday.

Pritee Shendge (20), who had suffered 80% burns, died around 5pm, civil hospital officials said.While Pritee’s daughter, Siddhi, was died in the incident at their residence at Kalika Nagar in Panchavati in the wee hours of Monday, her mother Sangiti Deora (38) died on Monday night.

The three were allegedly set on fire by Jalaluddin Khan, with whom Deore, who was a widow, was allegedly in a live-in relationship.

Investigating officer Walmik Shardul from Panchavati police station said Jalaluddin was detained by city police in Aligarh on Tuesday evening and that he will soon be brought to Nashik.

According to police, an argument had taken place between Deore and Jalaluddin on Sunday night. While Deore, her daughter and granddaughter were fast asleep, Jalaluddin allegedly set them on fire around 4 am on Monday and fled.

Soon after the incident came to light, residents of Kalika Nagar, where Sangita had shifted only two days back, rushed the trio to the civil hospital.

Pritee’s daughter was declared brought dead after she by doctors at the hospital.

Deore resided in the Nilgari Baug area of Panchavati. A few days before the incident, she had moved to Kalika Nagar. Her daughter Pritee, who stayed in Konark Nagar in Adgaon, had come with her child to spend the night with her mother on Sunday.

 

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Robert Spencer: How the “Palestinians” Were Invented

Note: This is an exclusive excerpt from Robert Spencer’s new book, The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS. All quotes are sourced in the book. 

In 1948, the nascent state of Israel defeated forces from Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Transjordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen that had been determined to destroy it utterly. The jihad against it continued, but it held firm, defeating Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon again in the Six-Day War in 1967, and Egypt and Syria yet again in the 1973 Yom Kippur War. In winning these victories against enormous odds, Israel won the admiration of the free world, leading to the largest-scale and most audacious application in Islamic history of Muhammad’s dictum “War is deceit.”

In order to destroy the impression of the tiny Jewish state’s facing enormous Muslim Arab foes and prevailing, the Soviet KGB (the Soviet Committee for State Security) developed the fiction of an even smaller people, the “Palestinians,” menaced by a well-oiled and ruthless Israeli war machine. In A.D. 134, the Romans had expelled the Jews from Judea after the Bar Kokhba revolt and renamed the region Palestine, a name they plucked from the Bible, the name of the Israelites’ ancient enemies, the Philistines. But never had the name Palestinian referred to anything but a region, not to a people or an ethnicity. In the 1960s, however, the KGB and Hajj Amin al-Husseini’s nephew Yasir Arafat created both these allegedly oppressed people and the instrument of their freedom, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

Ion Mihai Pacepa, who had served as acting chief of Cold War– era Communist Romania’s spy service, later revealed that “the PLO was dreamt up by the KGB, which had a penchant for ‘liberation’ organizations. There was the National Liberation Army of Bolivia, created by the KGB in 1964 with help from Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara…the KGB also created the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, which carried out numerous bombing attacks…. In 1964 the first PLO Council, consisting of 422 Palestinian representatives handpicked by the KGB, approved the Palestinian National Charter—a document that had been drafted in Moscow. The Palestinian National Covenant and the Palestinian Constitution were also born in Moscow, with the help of Ahmed Shuqairy, a KGB influence agent who became the first PLO chairman.”

For Arafat to head up the PLO, he had to be a Palestinian. Pacepa explained that “he was an Egyptian bourgeois turned into a devoted Marxist by KGB foreign intelligence. The KGB had trained him at its Balashikha special-operations school east of Moscow and in the mid- 1960s decided to groom him as the future PLO leader. First, the KGB destroyed the official records of Arafat’s birth in Cairo, and replaced them with fictitious documents saying that he had been born in Jerusalem and was therefore a Palestinian by birth.”

Arafat may have been a Marxist, at least at first, but he and his Soviet handlers made copious use of Islamic anti-Semitism. KGB chief Yuri Andropov noted that “the Islamic world was a waiting petri dish in which we could nurture a virulent strain of America-hatred, grown from the bacterium of Marxist-Leninist thought. Islamic anti-Semitism ran deep…. We had only to keep repeating our themes—that the United States and Israel were ‘fascist, imperial-Zionist countries’ bankrolled by rich Jews. Islam was obsessed with preventing the infidels’ occupation of its territory, and it would be highly receptive to our characterization of the U.S. Congress as a rapacious Zionist body aiming to turn the world into a Jewish fiefdom.”

PLO executive committee member Zahir Muhsein explained the strategy more fully in a 1977 interview with the Dutch newspaper Trouw:

The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct “Palestinian people” to oppose Zionism.

For tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan.

Once the people had been created, their desire for peace could be easily fabricated as well. Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu tutored Arafat in how to play the West like a fiddle. Pacepa recounted: “In March 1978, I secretly brought Arafat to Bucharest for final instructions on how to behave in Washington. ‘You simply have to keep on pretending that you’ll break with terrorism and that you’ll recognize Israel—over, and over, and over,’ Ceausescu told him [Arafat]…. Ceausescu was euphoric over the prospect that both Arafat and he might be able to snag a Nobel Peace Prize with their fake displays of the olive branch…. Ceausescu failed to get his Nobel Peace Prize. But in 1994 Arafat got his—all because he continued to play the role we had given him to perfection. He had transformed his terrorist PLO into a government-in-exile (the Palestinian Authority), always pretending to call a halt to Palestinian terrorism while letting it continue unabated. Two years after signing the Oslo Accords, the number of Israelis killed by Palestinian terrorists had risen by 73 percent.”

This strategy continued to work beautifully, through U.S.-brokered “peace process” after “peace process,” from the 1978 Camp David Accords into the presidency of Barack Obama and beyond, with no end in sight. Western authorities never seem to ponder why so many attempts to achieve a negotiated peace between Israel and the “Palestinians,” whose historical existence everyone by now takes for granted, have all failed. The answer, of course, lies in the Islamic doctrine of jihad. “Drive them out from where they drove you out” is a command that contains no mitigation and accepts none.

Robert Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch and a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. He is author of the New York Times bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) and The Truth About Muhammad. His new book is The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS. Follow him on Twitter here. Like him on Facebook here.

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