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#2891 Post by jwilkerson » Mon Sep 02, 2019 9:33 am

I don't care of homo-ism is officially illegal ... but I do think aberrant, unhealthy behavior should be discouraged.

I don't think homos should be thrown off buildings just for being homos ... but I don't think they should be encouraged by painting the house formerly known as the "white house" ... and turning it into the "rainbow shack" ... and other similar encouragements.

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I prefer the previous "don't ask, don't tell" idea.

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And it wasn't so long ago when homo-ism was illegal in the gangland formerly known as ooosah ... in the army I was in, there were two questions they asked you when you were getting your induction physical that were immediate rule outs:

01 - Do you smoke pot ? (this one is still a federali felony)
02 - Are you a homo ?

Any answer other than a negative answer and you were out the door immediately.

When, I went on the first date with my wife ... the first (personal) question she asked me was "Are you a homo?"

So, I don't think the mores of society really change that quickly ... I suspect I'm not the only person who doesn't welcome the coming of the rainbow shack and other similar shifts.
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#2892 Post by Anthropoid » Mon Sep 02, 2019 11:19 am

Don't ask/don't tell seemed pretty wise!

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#2893 Post by chijohnaok » Tue Sep 10, 2019 2:08 pm

https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/274871 ... illingsley
STILL NO TRIAL FOR “WINDSOR MAN” HABIBULLAH AHMADI

Nearly two years after brutal murder of Anne Widholm.

September 10, 2019 Lloyd Billingsley

On September 12, 2018 in Windsor, Ontario, three teens attacked high-school student Jayden Trudell, punching the 14-year-old from behind, throwing him to the ground head first, and continuing the beating when he was down and unconscious. In what his mother described as a “barbaric” attack, Trudell sustained a skull fracture, a brain bleed and a broken bone.

The teen survived and in August of 2019, less than one year later, Ontario Court Justice Micheline Rawlins sentenced one attacker to five months, another to three months, and the third was discharged with conditions. The case bears stark contrast to another Windsor attack that did claim the victim’s life. This suspect has been in custody nearly two years but the murder case has yet to reach trial.

On Sunday October 8, 2017, Anne Widholm took a morning stroll on Windsor’s Ganatchio Trail. The 75-year-old grandmother and Sunday school teacher was picking up litter when, as police charge, Habibullah Ahmadi, 21, attacked the woman and left her unconscious and near death.

“In my 12 years in Windsor, this is the most severe beating I’ve seen,” neurosurgeon Dr. Balraj Jhawar told the Windsor Star. Dr. Jhawar detailed multiple brain hemorrhages, fractured vertebrae and “the worst skull fractures” he had seen in more than a decade. “This is among the most brutal things I’ve seen in my career,” Dr. Jhawar explained. “Her eyes were so bruised, they were swollen shut.”

Police said the attack appeared to be “random,” but Dr. Jhawar found that judgment “totally unacceptable.” The attack was not just another assault but “maybe representing a new, dark side of Windsor that we can’t let propagate.”

Habibullah Ahmadi, 21, made no statement and any information about his motive failed to emerge. In a departure from standard practice with violent criminals, police did not release the suspect’s booking photo.

Ahmadi was described as a “Windsor man” who also calls himself “Daniel” but locals did not learn how long he had lived in Windsor and what family members, if any, had to say about him. Not a single news story detailed where Habibullah Ahmadi went to school or where he worked. No fellow students or work colleagues went on record about the accused.


Widholm remained in critical condition and Habibullah Ahmadi made a court appearance on October 23, 2017, more than two weeks after the attack. The initial charge of aggravated assault had been changed to attempted murder. Attorney Patricia Brown represented Ahmad and Justice of the Peace Salma Jafar denied bail.

In late July of 2018, CTV news said AM800 News, CKLW, has learned that a date for Habibullah’s trial would be set sometime in January 2019, though no official court or police document was cited. The CTV piece came headlined, “Windsor man going to trial for alleged Ganatchio Trail attack” and cited “an alleged vicious attack of an elderly woman.”



Ann Widholm never emerged from the coma and passed away on December 15, 2018, at Windsor Regional Hospital. The charges against Habibullah Ahmadi, originally assault, then attempted murder, were now upgraded to second-degree murder. No trial took place in January of 2019 and no new information emerged about Habibullah Ahmadi.

Local and national feminists did not protest the murder as an example of violence against women or toxic masculinity. Likewise, if anybody thought the attack a hate crime, they did not speak up. Windsor mayor Drew Dilkens tweeted that Widholm “exemplified the can-do Windsor spirit and my most sincere condolences go out to her family for their loss.” It was as though the victim had died peacefully, and of natural causes.

Former Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynn, a crusader against bullying, never offered a statement on the case. Current Premier Doug Ford of the Progressive Conservative Party did not issue a comment. News reports turn up no proclamations on the attack from Lisa Gretzky, a New Democratic Party MPP for Windsor, or from the NDP provincial leader Andrea Horwath.

Last year, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau championed an 11-year-old Toronto girl who claimed a man twice cut her hijab, which turned out to be a hoax. Trudeau had nothing to say about the attack on Anne Widholm, which was not a hoax. Her most vocal advocate has been Dr. Jhawar, who described the victim as “a super good person.”

As the second anniversary of the attack approached, attorney Patricia Brown’s office told this writer they had no trial date and could not comment. Police and local reporters are likewise silent, but some realities are evident.

Jayden Trudell, 14, survived a vicious attack and in less than one year, relatives of Jayden Trudell saw due process, a trial, and punishment of the perpetrators. Anne Widholm, 75, suffered the worst attack Dr. Jhofar had ever seen but did not survive. This was murder but nearly one year after the victim’s death, and two years after the attack, Habibullah Ahmadi has not faced trial and nobody involved in the case will say a word about him.

The authorities in Windsor protect the public from the truth about murder suspects such as Habibullah Ahmadi. This secrecy and obstructionism overrides concern for victims of violent crime in general and murder victims such as Anne Widholm in particular. All told, the case suggests a two-track, separate-but-unequal judicial system is already the reality in Ontario.
I wonder if the perp has been locked up this whole time or was he freed while awaiting trial?
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#2894 Post by chijohnaok » Tue Sep 10, 2019 2:44 pm

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/268570
Israeli students assaulted by ‘Arabic speakers’ in Warsaw

Israeli law students spending a semester in Warsaw beaten to the point of losing consciousness in apparent anti-Semitic attack.

Marcy Oster, JTA, 08/09/19 20:44
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Israeli students spending a semester in Warsaw were attacked as they left a nightclub in the city.

Two of the students required hospitalization after the early Saturday morning attack.

The details of the attack were posted on Facebook by Barak Kashpizky, the twin brother of one of the injured Israelis.

Yotam Kashpizky, who lost consciousness during the attack, suffered a broken nose and a broken eye-socket, according to his brother.

The assailants, described as “Arabic speakers,” asked the group as they left a Warsaw nightclub if they were Israeli. When the students answered that they were, the assailants assaulted them, reportedly shouting “f**k Israel” and “Free Gaza.”

Yotam Kashpizky told Channel 13 on Sunday that the assailants were from Qatar. He said that security guards from the club and bystanders watched the attack but did not move to stop the attackers or help the Israeli students.

Barak Kashpizky also criticized Israel’s Foreign Ministry and the Israeli consul in Warsaw for leaving the students to file a police report on their own.

The Foreign Ministry disagreed with this account, telling Channel 13 news that the ministry had been monitoring developments since the initial report of the attack at 8 a.m. on Saturday. The ministry said that the consul in Warsaw offered his assistance and made himself available to the students.

The ministry said it is working to determine what further steps to take.

“History is repeating itself in Warsaw, Poland, as Poles stand by and watch, while people who ‘are not from our nation’ are beating Jews until they lose consciousnesses,” Barak Kashpizky wrote on Facebook, where he posted photos of his brother’s bloodied face. “Today it is my twin brother, tomorrow it is your relatives.”
So, the article said that the attackers were "“Arabic speakers”.

Now I realize that does not definitively mean that they were Muslim.

I suppose that there is a chance that they were Lebanese Christians....maybe?
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#2895 Post by chijohnaok » Tue Sep 10, 2019 2:59 pm

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#2896 Post by jwilkerson » Wed Sep 11, 2019 7:41 am

Did some people do something bad ? I forget ??
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#2897 Post by jwilkerson » Sat Sep 14, 2019 8:34 am

... A Dutch man charged with the attempted manslaughter of a Jewish father and son claims he forgot why he stabbed them ...
Name of said "Dutchman" ???
... Taha Ewis Bakri Abdel Ghani ...
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/268865
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#2898 Post by chijohnaok » Sat Oct 12, 2019 2:15 pm


https://www.memri.org/tv/uk-cleric-usam ... transcript

September 1, 2019 Clip No. 7521

U.K. Cleric Abu Usamah At-Thahabi: I Support Chopping Off Hands of Thieves, But Only in the Muslim World, Not Here


U.S.-born Sheikh Abu Usamah At-Thahabi, the Imam of Al-Rahma Mosque in L iverpool, U.K., said in a video that was uploaded to the Green Lane Masjid YouTube channel on September 1, 2019 that he believes in the Islamic punishment of chopping off the hand of a thief and of cauterizing the wound in boiling oil, and he said that he believes that this punishment is an effective deterrent. Sheikh At-Thahabi emphasized that such punishments should be carried out in the Muslim world and not in the West, and he said that punishments in the West are even worse. Sheikh At-Thahabi went on to say that there is no room for "flexibility" in Islam with regard to homosexuals, lesbians, and transgender people, and he added that Muslims cannot break the law and harm these people.
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Sheikh Abu Usamah At-Thahabi: This man, during the time of [Caliph] Omar, he stole something – they caught him and he stole enough to get his hand chopped off. They got ready and set up the program to chop his hand off. [The] hand is going to go. They chop your hand off, and in order to stop the blood, they put your hand in boiling oil, so that it will stop. Terrible! Obviously, we are not going to do that here. We are going to do that in the Muslim world. That's what they used to do in the Muslim world, and in some places they still do it. And I believe in that. And I believe that it is a deterrent, as well. And I won't bite my tongue for anyone about "Oh, look how barbaric that is." Because if we were to start to talk about… The way they do punishment here in the West is worse.

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Allah created you a boy. You are a boy, you are a boy, you are a boy, you are a man. Then the person comes and says: "Well, I think Allah made a mistake. So I want to change up this situation." Yo, man, there ain't no flexibility in that. I am African-American and I don't want anybody to be racist towards me. I am a Muslim and I don't want anybody to be racist towards me. Okay, what about the homosexual? What about the lesbian? What about the transvestite? What about this one and that one? Shouldn't I, as a Muslim who is African-American, and people are prejudiced towards me and I don't like that… Shouldn't I look at it the same way?

[…]

Don't you, as a Muslim, start coming with that stuff. There is no room for flexibility in that. The flexibility in this is… Listen, we are not going to harm anybody. We are not going to break the law with anybody. But does that mean that I'm going to say that what you are doing is okay?

This would not be the first time that this Iman has made controversial statements:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Usamah
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#2899 Post by chijohnaok » Fri Nov 15, 2019 11:17 am

An update on the ongoing saga of Hoda Muthana (ISIS bride who wants to return to the United States):

https://nypost.com/2019/11/14/judge-rul ... s-citizen/
Judge rules ‘ISIS bride’ Hoda Muthana is not a US citizen

By Lia EustachewichNovember 14, 2019 | 2:29pm | Updated

“ISIS bride” Hoda Muthana is not a US citizen — and America is under no obligation to let her back into the country, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

Judge Reggie Walton found there was enough evidence to prove Muthana — the US-born mom who fled her home in Alabama to join the terror group in Syria in 2014 but has been begging to come back to the US — was born while her father was a Yemeni diplomat, BuzzFeed News reported.


The judge said Muthana’s father, Ahmed Ali Muthana, can’t provide financial support to either her or her 2-year-old son, Adam, who was born in ISIS territory, without facing potential charges of providing material support to terrorism.

Christina Jump, one of the lawyers representing the Muthana family, confirmed the judge’s ruling in a statement obtained by The Post.

“While we are disappointed with and disagree with the Court’s ruling today, this is not the end of our client’s legal options. We will wait to read the Court’s written opinion, and will evaluate our available options at that time,” Jump said.

Ahmed claimed in a lawsuit against the Trump administration that he surrendered his diplomatic status on June 2, 1994, months before his daughter was born in Hackensack, New Jersey. Her family said Hoda also had a legitimate passport when she left the US to join ISIS.

The Obama administration initially determined she was not a citizen and notified her family that it was revoking her passport in January 2016.

Babies born in the US are typically granted citizenship, but those born to foreign diplomatic officers are exceptions, under the Immigration and Nationality Act.

In previous interviews, Hoda, 25, has claimed she’s a “changed” woman who no longer holds the same ideology as ISIS followers.

“I hope America doesn’t think I’m a threat to them and I hope they can accept me,” she said in February, speaking from a refugee camp in northern Syria.

She’s also claimed that she was “brainwashed” by ISIS.

After joining ISIS at the age of 19, Hoda — who has been married to at least two ISIS fighters who died, one of whom was the father of her only child — called for attacks on Americans.

“Americans wake up. … Go on drive-bys and spill all of their blood. … Veterans, patriots,” she wrote in one 2015 tweet.

Hoda’s highly publicized about-face begging to return to the US prompted Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to issue a statement in February saying she wouldn’t be let back in the country.

“Ms. Hoda Muthana is not a U.S. citizen and will not be admitted into the United States. She does not have any legal basis, no valid U.S. passport, no right to a passport, nor any visa to travel to the United States. We continue to strongly advise all U.S. citizens not to travel to Syria,” he said in the statement.

President Trump also weighed in on the diplomatic debacle.

“I have instructed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and he fully agrees, not to allow Hoda Muthana back into the Country!” he wrote.

Jump’s statement noted that the judge’s ruling was only “based on his interpretation of when diplomatic immunity ends.”

“The Court did not base its ruling on a tweet by the President, or by any supposed proclamation made by any official,” she said. “United States citizenship cannot be revoked by tweet or any other form of social media, and today’s ruling does not change that.”
She got a double whammy:
1) a judge ruled against her claim that she was a US citizen.
2) her father (in the US.....and presumably any other family member in the US) is prohibited from sending any money to her (since she is deemed a terrorost).

Glad to hear about this judge's decision.
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#2900 Post by jack t ripper » Fri Nov 15, 2019 11:25 am

It is the will of Allah! :lol:
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