“Because I am a Muslim”: Media cover-up in Germany as Afghan smashes up church, by Diversity Macht Frei.
It happened a week ago, but the police kept quiet about the incident and the church management did not file a complaint, it has only just come out: last Friday a 19-year-old Afghan stormed into the Versöhnungskirche [Church of Reconciliation] at around 7.20 pm in an open community evening in the Eilbek district of Hamburg.
He threw chairs and benches around, kicked over a Bible stand, splintered the glass and threw hymn books onto the ground. According to an eye-witness, the church-goes present were very afraid and let him continue his destruction. No wonder, he was wearing swirling Islamic dress, which might have hidden a suicide belt.
The Muslim did not speak during his destructive rage and also had no connections to Salafists, therefore the State Protection department of the state criminal prosecution agency assumes there was no “Islamist” motive.
…Eyewitness Peter H, who sent PI the photo of the Afghan attacker, reports that he asked the Muslim in front of the church why he had done it as he ended his affray. The Afghan then screamed the answer: “Because I am a Muslim!”
hat-tip Stephen Neil
California to proclaim August “Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month”, by Robert Spencer.
This is being done at the behest of Hamas-linked CAIR. … CAIR officials have repeatedly refused to denounce Hamas and Hizballah as terrorist groups. Several former CAIR officials have been convicted of various crimes related to jihad terror. CAIR’s cofounder and longtime Board chairman (Omar Ahmad), as well as its chief spokesman (Ibrahim Hooper), have made Islamic supremacist statements.
Meanwhile, when do the families of the victims of jihad get their moment in the sun? When is Victims of Jihad Appreciation and Awareness Month?
And will there be special celebrations of Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month in San Bernardino?
Difficult to believe that the California Democrats could be so insensitive and dopey.
hat-tip Stephen Neil
Nice Attack Remembrance March Banned Due To Islamist Threat, by Liam Deacon.
A remembrance march for victims of the Islamic State truck attack in Nice, France has been banned because of continuing safety concerns and stretched security services. …
More than 10,000 people indicated on Facebook that they would attend the “white march” to remember the 84 who died and the dozens still in hospital.
Christine WIlliamson comments:
Jihadist enemies of Western freedoms and democracy remain smug and emboldened. Following the slaughter in Nice, France when 31-year-old Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel mowed through a crowd going zigzag with his truck to kill as many possible while shouting “Allahu akbar”, a remembrance march for the 84 people he murdered and the dozens he wounded — many of whom are still in the hospital — was banned because of safety concerns.
hat-tip Stephen Neil
Reports Turkish troops have sealed off Incirlik US/NATO nuclear air base, by Jamie Seidel.
TURKISH citizens and police have ‘surrounded’ the Incirlik air base it operates with the United States — and where a large stockpile of NATO nuclear weapons is held — ahead of a visit by a senior US official tomorrow.
Reports out of Turkey suggest all entrances to the air base have been blocked by heavy vehicles and police sent to secure its peremiter.
The unusual night-time move sparked rumours of a second coup attempt on Turkish social media, with concerned citizens rushing to the air base to join the blockade.
The move comes less than a week after a top US Army general was accused by Turkish media of ‘leading’ the uprising against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan earlier this month.
But Turkish Minister for European Affairs has since reportedly sought to reassure local media, stating the mission was just a “safety inspection”.
German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck is famously supposed to have said “Never Believe Anything Until It Is Officially Denied.” That safety inspection statement smacks of official denial.