WATCH Martyrdom VIDEO of Jihadi who went on STABBING RAMPAGE yesterday in PARIS

Scroll down for video that the enemedia will never show you. They only work in defense of the ideology. This jihadi sounds like some of the talking heads at CNN and/or writers at the NY Times.

Martyrdom video

This is testimony from the jihadi who went on a stabbing spree in Paris over the weekend. These are his final words. I would relate this back to doctrine, but he does a good job of it for me. (thanks to Bill Warner)


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Telegram Channel Supporting Hamas Military Wing: Wissam Bin Hamid, Commander Of A Libyan Organization Connected To Al-Qaeda, Helped To Arm Hamas

The war on Israel is a key front in the global jihad. Everything else is — “palestinianism,” hatred of zionism, etc. are marketing terms, selling tools, to justify this genocide.

EXCLUSIVE: Telegram Channel Supporting Hamas Military Wing: Wissam Bin Hamid, Commander Of A Libyan Organization Connected To Al-Qaeda, Helped To Arm Hamas

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On April 30, 2018, the family of Wissam Bin Hamid, the military commander of the Benghazi Revolutionaries Shura Council (Majlis Shura Thuwwar Benghazi) announced that he was killed in a drone attack more than a year ago.

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Pro-ISIS Media Outlet Threatens Spanish PM With Beheading

This won’t be reported in the mainstream media. Criticism of Islam’s holy war, jihad, is “islamophobic.”

Pro-ISIS Media Outlet Threatens Spanish PM With Beheading

MEMRI, May 4, 2018:

On May 3, 2018, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) media outlet distributed a poster on its Telegram channel threatening Spain and its prime minister.

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Israel Kills Dozens at Gaza Border as U.S. Embassy Opens …

Palestinian officials demanded international action against Israel and vowed no letup in the demonstrations.

We are asking the world and especially the Arab World to intervene immediately to end the massacre of our people, Mahmoud Abbas, president of the Palestinian Authority, said at a news conference in Ramallah.

The new United States Embassy, he said, is not an embassy but a new outpost in East Jerusalem, which the Palestinians claim.

Mr. Abbas was unusually succinct, speaking for barely eight minutes, saying that protests would go on and that there would be a general strike on Tuesday.

Kuwait, a member of the United Nations Security Council, said it had requested a meeting of the council on Tuesday, in light of the developments on the ground and the killing of innocent civilians.

The Palestinian ambassador to the United Nations, Riyad H. Mansour, said his government might refer the matter to the International Criminal Court for prosecution.

Israel, the occupying power, has abdicated its international responsibility, he told reporters. On the contrary, it is the source of killing.

Mr. Mansour drew a direct link between the protests and the embassy celebrations in Jerusalem.

It is very tragic theyre celebrating an illegal action while Israel is killing civilians, he said. Let them look at what is really happening, in the Gaza Strip.

Turkey declared a three-day national mourning period over the killings and recalled its ambassadors from Israel and the United States for consultations. Turkey has long criticized Israels policies toward the Palestinians and strongly opposed the American Embassy relocation to Jerusalem.

We all know that the blood of Palestinians is on the hands of Israel, Turkeys deputy prime minister, Bekir Bozdag, said in a televised speech. Now the blood of Palestinians is on the hands of the U.S. too.

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Gaza violence: Media ignoring Hamas role in Israel embassy …

Palestinian protesters hurl stones at Israeli troops during a protest on the Gaza Strip’s border with Israel, Monday, May 14, 2018. Thousands of Palestinians are protesting near Gaza’s border with Israel, as Israel prepared for the festive inauguration of a new U.S. Embassy in contested Jerusalem.AP Photo/Khalil Hamra

The media narrative on Monday pointed to a poignant dichotomy unfolding in Israel and Gaza.

On one side were the Israelis, elated that at last, the US government lived up to its 23-year-old promise to move its embassy to Israel’s capital city, Jerusalem. On the other side were Palestinian protesters who ramped up their activities along the Gaza strip and, as a result, were targeted by the Israeli army with increasing intensity.

The headlines were explicit and one-sided in their portrayal of the latter:

Countless other news platforms had similar headlines, which were followed by stories that chastised Israel for its use of deadly force. Many took particular issue with the fact that Palestinian children have been hurt in the melee.

But absent from the commentary that children have unfortunately been among the injured and dead are questions about how they ended up at the border. On that question, it is important to recognize and acknowledge the extent to which Palestinians have glorified violence and martyrdom and the extent to which the terrorist organization Hamas has organized the “protests.”

There isn’t a country in the entire world that would tolerate this kind of activity at its border. There are Israeli towns one mile from Gaza, and flaming kites sent over the border at least one that was emblazoned with a swastika have already set fire to Israeli warehouses and fields.

It’s hardly a secret what these types of actors plan to do should they be allowed across the border. They have thrown not just rocks and flaming kites but Molotov cocktails and attempted to plant a bomb. These individuals are not simply seeking the right to march through the territory they believe is theirs. This is not about a peace-loving cabal looking to hop the fence.

“We are excited to storm and get inside … whatever is possible, to kill, throw stones,” The Washington Post quoted one of the “protesters,” 23-year-old Mohammed Mansoura, as saying.

And the role Hamas as an organization is playing in the violence should not be underrated. The Washington Post reported that organizers of the protest went so far as to tell the people protesting “to burst through the fence,” because “Israeli soldiers were fleeing their positions,” when in reality, they were reinforcing them. Critics of Israel say that they do not care about Palestinian lives, but it is Hamas that continuously endangers them.

It’s likely to get worse on Tuesday on Nakba day, or “the day of the catastrophe” when Palestinians mourn the establishment of the state of Israel and the ways in which their lives changed as a result.

Israel’s Channel 10 has reported that Palestinian sources have indicated that on Tuesday, armed Hamas members will shoot at soldiers and attempt to kidnap one. Should they succeed, much of the media will likely run with the headline: “Israeli soldier has audacity to show up to Nakba day ceremony uninvited.”

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Ben Stiller and Keeping the Faith

The year 2000 was a busy one for actor Ben Stiller.  Starring first in Keeping the Faith, which is the focus of today’s analysis, Stiller went on to take the lead role in Meet the Parents, which I recently reviewed here.  As we saw in my review, Meet the Parents, while ostensibly a comedy, it’s […]

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Capitolo 6 di Insurrezioni culturali: EBREI, NERI, E RAZZA

Questo saggio offre una panoramica della storia delle relazioni tra ebrei e neri nel ventesimo secolo. I dati a disposizione dimostrano molto chiaramente che le organizzazioni ebraiche, come pure un numero elevato di individui ebrei, hanno contribuito enormemente al successo del movimento teso a rafforzare il potere dei neri e modificare la gerarchia razziale degli […]

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Are Milo Yiannopoulos, Tommy Robinson and Sargon of Akkad …

The ‘Day of Freedom’ rally in London on Sunday brought protesters and prominent right-wing commentators and political figures together under the banner of ‘free speech.’ RT takes a look at some of the leading agitators.

Billed as a protest against what organisers see as the subversion of free speech that has infiltrated British society in recent years, the ‘Day for Freedom’ march from speaker’s corner in Hyde Park to Whitehall encompassed groups such as the Football Lads Alliance and the Veterans Against Terrorism alongside social media provocateurs such as Milo Yiannopoulos, Tommy Robinson and Sargon of Akkad.

The day did not pass without controversy over Ali Dawah, a YouTuber and co-founder of the Muslim Youth Movement channel. Dawah was due to speak at the rally but was allegedly blocked from speaking before being attacked by who he described as “Nazi thugs.” Scenes that were captured on camera and tweeted by Dawah.

It begs the question, how is preventing a Muslim from speaking at an event called ‘Day of Freedom’ in keeping with the spirit of promoting free speech? Where is the anger from the main protagonists? Or are Muslims excluded from the free speech debate? Perhaps the question isn’t surprising when you consider the history of some of the day’s main speaker.

The former senior editor for Breitbart, avowed anti-feminist, self-described “cultural libertarian” and alt-right provocateur has been embroiled in many controversies over recent years. He was permanently banned from Twitter in July 2016 for initiating the abuse against Ghostbusters actor Leslie Jones after the film crashed at the box office.

Of Jones, Yiannopoulos tweeted: “If at first you don’t succeed (because your work is terrible), play the victim. EVERYONE GETS HATE MAIL FFS.”

Followed by: “Ghostbusters is doing so badly they’ve deployed @Lesdoggg [Leslie Jones] to play the victim on Twitter. Very sad!” Concluding with, “Barely literate. America needs better schools!” and “rejected by yet another black dude.”

In 2017, Yiannopoulos was accused of supporting child abuse in an internet live stream, claiming that “you can get quite hung up on this child abuse thing” and suggesting that “younger boys” and older men could be a “coming-of-age relationship in which those older men help those younger boys discover who they are.”

His comments resulted in the American Conservative Union rescinding its invitation to have him speak at the group’s annual CPAC conference in 2017.

Despite being openly gay and marrying his long-term boyfriend in Hawaii in 2017, Yiannopoulos wrote an article for Breitbart where he insisted that “gays should pipe down and get back in the closet” because there had been too much “mollycoddling of homosexuals” in today’s society.

In 2016, he told Bloomberg that he didn’t employ gay people because he “didn’t trust them,” and, more recently, he backed Trump’s controversial ban on transgender people serving in the US military, claiming that they are mentally ill.

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Robinson, the former leader and co-founder of the English Defence League, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley Lennon, took to the stage on Sunday to tell protesters that he was going to take Twitter to court for banning him from their social media website. Since his banning, Robinson has taken to beating the free speech drum.

“What I’m going to do, is I’m going to take Twitter to court,” he declared on Sunday. “I won’t get my Twitter account back, but what we’ll be able to prove which needs proving is that ‘facts’ are now seen as ‘hate’, and the government is pushing its agenda with private companies.”

He famously blamed “every single Muslim” for “getting away” with the 7/7 London bombings, and he called Islam a fascist and violent religion in a speech in Tower Hamlets, as reported by the Guardian in 2013. Freedom, exempt for Muslims, in the UK?

In 2010, Robinson was found guilty of using threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour during a football fan brawl in Luton in August 2011. He was given a three-year ban from football and a 12-month community rehabilitation order.

He was widely condemned for launching a tirade against Muslims and the religion of Islam after the Westminster terrorist attack in 2017, claiming that “this is the reality. The reality is these people are waging war on us,” as reported by the Independent.

His attack was seen by many as exploiting a tragedy. “Far-right figures like Tommy Robinson are vile opportunists: using victims of today’s attack to spread their anti-Muslim message,” Maya Goodfellow, a journalist, wrote on Twitter.

Part of the growing alt-right, Sargon of Akkad, whose real name is Carl Benjamin, rose to prominence during Gamergate, an anti-feminist backlash by a section of gamers, from which Benjamin developed a reputation for opposing anti-misogyny movements and writers, garnering himself 800,000 YouTube subscribers in the process.

He controversially tweeted Labour MP Jess Phillips after she wrote in the Huffington Post that, “people talking about raping me isn’t fun, but has become somewhat par for the course”, in which he said he “wouldn’t even rape [her],” which drew criticism from many on Twitter.

The Daily Dot claims that Benjamin does not seem to be a part of the ‘alt-right’ movement himself, but does enjoy attacking alt-right targets like feminism, Islam, Black Lives Matter, and the notion of straight white male privilege.

In a Youtube video, he describes ‘Black Lives Matter’ as “a black supremacist movement that is violent and dangerous and wants to kill police officers.” Is this the kind of rhetoric that empowers black people, or is it the rhetoric of someone that wants to delegitimize the concerns of a movement whose goal is to establish equal rights for black people in the US?

Those are three supposed proponents of ‘free speech,’ yet it’s up for debate as to whether they are genuinely seeking to bring about freedoms for all people no matter their colour, creed, gender or sexuality.

Omar Baggili, RT Journalist

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Twitter Permanently Suspends Conservative Writer Milo …

Twitter has banned one of its most notoriously contentious voices. On Tuesday evening, the microblogging service permanently suspended the account of conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, a day after he incited his followers to bombard Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones with racist and demeaning tweets.

“People should be able to express diverse opinions and beliefs on Twitter,” a company spokesperson said in a statement provided to BuzzFeed News. “But no one deserves to be subjected to targeted abuse online, and our rules prohibit inciting or engaging in the targeted abuse or harassment of others.”

Yiannopoulos, who currently serves as Breitbart’s tech editor, has been hailed as a voice of the new alt-right movement. As such, he has made a living as a provocateur, continually inflaming tensions between progressive branches of the internet focused on identity politics and the fervently anti-PC segment that constantly trolls it. For years, Yiannopoulous has used Twitter not only to voice his controversial opinions, but to direct his legion of followers (388,042 at the time of this writing) toward his opponents. As a result, he’s been temporarily banned from Twitter a number of times for violating its terms of service and stripped of his verified status.

But this week he went too far. According to Twitter, it was Yiannopoulos who led the harassment campaign against Ghostbusters actor Leslie Jones an effort that inspired the SNL cast member to leave Twitter. The barrage of tweets, many of which decried Jones for being black and a woman, were the final straw for Twitter, which is working to try to solve its harassment problem.

According to the company, Yiannopoulos’s permanent suspension isn’t a matter of speech as much as a matter of behavior specifically, a violation of Twitter’s rules regarding the targeted abuse of specific users.

At a party Tuesday night at the GOP convention in Cleveland, Yiannopoulos told BuzzFeed News he had received an email from Twitter in advance of the action, warning him his account was about to be suspended.

“They made a very dumb decision right before I had the eyes of the world media on me. I think they’re going to come to regret it,” he said. “Anyone who believes in free speech was sent a very powerful message today, which is that you’re not welcome on Twitter.”

Asked if he planned to attempt to reinstate his account, Yiannopoulos seemed unsure.

“I don’t know, maybe. I’m going to see what I can do,” he said.

Here’s Twitter’s statement in full:

We know many people believe we have not done enough to curb this type of behavior on Twitter. We agree. We are continuing to invest heavily in improving our tools and enforcement systems to better allow us to identify and take faster action on abuse as it’s happening and prevent repeat offenders. We have been in the process of reviewing our hateful conduct policy to prohibit additional types of abusive behavior and allow more types of reporting, with the goal of reducing the burden on the person being targeted. Well provide more details on those changes in the coming weeks.

BuzzFeed News reporter Rosie Gray contributed to this report.

Charlie Warzel is a senior writer for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York. Warzel reports on and writes about the intersection of tech and culture.

Contact Charlie Warzel at charlie.warzel@buzzfeed.com.

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