The Head Of Sharia Law in Saudi Ordered All Christian Churches Demolished!

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 6.29.57 PM

Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah, the dictator of the country’s sharia law, has ordered the Saudi government to demolish all of the Christian churches.

According to the report:

Saudi Arabia’s top Muslim cleric called on Tuesday for the destruction of all churches in the Arabian Peninsula after legislators in the Gulf state of Kuwait moved to pass laws banning the construction of religious sites associated with Christianity.

Speaking to a delegation in Kuwait, Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah, who serves as the grand mufti of Saudi Arabia, said the destruction of churches was absolutely necessary as it is required by Islamic law.

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 6.33.32 PM

Abdullah, is considered the highest official of religious law in the Sunni Muslim kingdom. He also serves as the head of the Supreme

Council of Ulema (Islamic scholars) and of the Standing Committee for Scientific Research.

Last month, Osama Al-Munawer, a Kuwaiti member of parliament, announced plans to submit a law calling for the removal of all churches in the country, according to the Arabian Businesses news site. Al-Munawer later clarified that the law would only apply to new churches, old churches would be tolerated.

This is how they tolerate us…destroying our churches and killing our missionaries. Obama, did you hear that?

Canada: Three Muslims charged with sexual assault of 14-year-old girl *(THESE MUSLIM SAVAGES ARE EVERYWHERE, SITTING NEXT TO YOUR CHILDREN ON A BUS, IN STORES, YOU NAME IT. WAKE UP AMERICA!)*

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 11.24.04 AM

I have predicted that these Muslim “grooming gangs” would not be limited to Britain, and now here is one in Canada. Not a day goes by in the UK, where islamization is much further along, that these monstrous news stories emerge of sexploitation of non-Muslims by Islamic supremacists. The Brits have 20 years on us, but Obama is working hard to catch up. Expect a lot more of these cases to start popping up in North America — for example, the conviction in Tenneseee a few years ago of three Muslim men:

A Tennessee federal jury split its verdict Friday against nine people accused of operating a sex trafficking ring across three states run mostly by Somali refugee gang members, convicting three men and acquitting six. (FOX)

They won’t be acquitting them for long. Juries in the US have no idea what they are dealing with. The sharia is an ideology that asserts that Muslims are superior to non-Muslims. They think that non-Muslim teenage girls are worthless and can be abused without a second thought. That is the sharia.

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 11.28.04 AM

“Three men charged with sexual assault of 14-year-old Calgary girl,” by Melissa Ramsay, Global News, March 23, 2015 (thanks to Creeping):

CALGARY – Police have charged three men with the sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl last year.

Investigators say the assaults occurred while the victim was spending time with the suspects at a southwest home on May 14th, 2014.

It’s alleged the 14-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by each of the men at separate times.

The allegations were brought forward to police in August of 2014, at which point officers launched an investigation to determine who the offenders were.

Police have charged 22-year-old Abas Ahmed Ibrahim (also known as Maxboy or Moe), 21-year-old Omar Kromah (also known as Nef) and 24-year-old Zakariya Mohamed Abdow (also known as Slickthug or Slimthug) with sexual assault, sexual interference with a child under 16 and invitation to sexual touching.

Investigators are asking anyone who has information about this case to call police.

Anyone who has had sexual contact with the three men is urged to contact a doctor and seek testing for sexually transmitted infections.

- See more at:

Crimea Ready to Deploy Nuclear Weapons Systems on Russian President’s Order

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 11.11.12 AM

Crimean head Sergei Aksenov said that Crimea will welcome the deployment of nuclear weapons in the republic if Russian President Vladimir Putin deems it necessary.

SIMFEROPOL (Sputnik) Crimea will welcome the deployment of nuclear weapons in the republic if Russian President Vladimir Putin deems it necessary, Crimean head Sergei Aksenov told Sputnik.

“If there is such an order from the supreme commander, we would support it,” Aksenov said.

On Wednesday, the chair of Russian State Duma Defense Committee, Vladimir Komoyedov, said that needed, Russia was ready to place nuclear weapons in Crimea.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov dismissed on Wednesday speculations by US billionaire Donald Trump and the Western media of “nuclear rhetoric” in Putin’s remarks in a documentary on Crimea’s reunification with Russia that was aired last week. The media claimed that Putin had said in the documentary that Russia was ready to put its nuclear forces on alert to protect Crimea and the Crimeans against potential aggression.


Kremlin Dismisses Claims of ‘Nuclear Rhetoric’ in Putin’s Crimea Remarks

Crimea rejoined Russia in March 2014, after 96 percent of the peninsula’s population voted in favor of a reunification deal.

In a speech following the referendum, Russian President Putin pointed out that it was held in full compliance with democratic procedure and international rule of law.

The West has refused to recognize the results of the vote, labeling Crimea’s secession an “annexation,” and have introduced several rounds of economic sanctions against Moscow.

Read more:

Reported concessions could kill Iran deal in Washington

Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 10.56.14 AM


Negotiations with Iran over limiting its nuclear program appeared close to agreement Thursday, but the reported outlines of a possible deal contained concessions by international negotiators expected to make it politically unpalatable in Washington.

The Associated Press reported that the United States is considering letting Iran run several hundred centrifuges used to enrich uranium at Fordow, a heavily fortified underground site near the Shiite holy city of Qom that Iran kept secret from international inspectors until it disclosed the facility in 2009. In exchange, Iran would reduce the number of centrifuges it operates elsewhere and would use those at Fordow to enrich elements other than uranium.

The United States and its partners in the P5+1 group — Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China — had wanted the facility shut down.

Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal reported that the U.S. and its negotiating partners at the talks which resumed Friday in Lausanne, Switzerland, are scaling back demands that Iran come clean on its past nuclear research, which included attempts to develop a nuclear weapon, to overcome Tehran’s refusal to do so.

Both moves could make any deal unable to achieve its main goal of preventing Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, according to experts, who say those and other concessions, particularly any walkback of demands that Iran come clean on past weapons work, will make verification impossible.

“It is going to require a very intrusive verification system, and it’s unclear whether that can be accomplished,” David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security, who has been advising the Obama administration on the issue, told a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee Tuesday.

Any concession that weakens the ability to verify that Iran’s nuclear program is solely peaceful would make an agreement dead on arrival in Congress, which is already likely to vote to force Obama to submit the deal to lawmakers for approval.

House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, tweeted out a link to the AP report with the comment “Not a good deal.”

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is set to vote April 14 on legislation that would require congressional approval of a deal and tie the relief from U.S. sanctions demanded by Iran to that process. Supporters expect it to pass soon after by a majority large enough to overcome Obama’s expected veto.

“If today’s news report from Lausanne is true, we are not inching closer to Iran’s negotiating position, but leaping toward it with both feet,” said Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, the panel’s ranking Democrat. “My fear is that we are no longer guided by the principle that ‘no deal is better than a bad deal,’ but instead we are negotiating ‘any deal for a deal’s sake.'”

In the House, 367 lawmakers — 77 more than a veto-proof majority — signed a March 20 letter to Obama saying that their willingness to lift U.S. sanctions depends on them being convinced that an agreement prevents Iran from developing a nuclear weapon.

“Members of Congress have made it clear that Iran’s past bomb work must be disclosed if a deal is to have any credibility.” said House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce, R-Calif.

Libya, Syria, Yemen: Sectarian conflict threatens entire Middle East

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.20.11 PM

A coalition of 10 Sunni Arab states is on a military offensive against Shiite Houthi militants in Yemen, recently proclaimed by America’s president as a brilliant example of war on terror, but now catapulting the Middle East into the inferno of battle.

Saudi Arabia has initiated an international military operation in Yemen that many experts are already calling a proxy war against Iran, since Houthi fighters are believed to have strategic backup from Tehran.

The internal Yemeni conflict has the potential to transform into a military standoff based on religious background between the Sunni monarchies of the Persian Gulf on one side and Shiites of the region supported by Iran on the other.

READ MORE: Saudi Arabia bombs Yemen, launches coalition op against Houthi rebels

US President Barack Obama has authorized “logistical and intelligence support.”

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.22.37 PM

The coalition is bombing a country that used to have heavy American presence for years, since Washington used to station a fleet of assault UAVs in Yemen, waging drone warfare against militants of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.23.51 PM

“This strategy of taking out terrorists who threaten us, while supporting partners on the frontlines, is one that we have successfully pursued in Yemen and Somalia for years,” said Obama as recently as September 10, 2014.

This longstanding fruitful cooperation between Sanaa and Washington has had a bitter ending, as Houthi fighters captured Yemen’s major cities and are offering a reward for US-backed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, while the US were forced to evacuate its embassy from Yemen along with diplomatic missions of other western countries in early February.

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.24.49 PM

Yemen’s territory has become increasingly fragmented, with Sunni militant groups operating in the south of the country and AQAP becoming active again.

The base with deployed US killer drones remained operable until last week, when it was abandoned like all other US installations in the country.

READ MORE: US evacuates ‘special forces’ in Yemen as rebels seize third largest city

The developments in Yemen have drawn attention to Obama’s policy of dealing with terrorism hot-beds around the world from Republican Senators John Mc Cain and Lindsey Graham.

They rebuked the Obama administration over Yemen’s descent into a regional proxy war threatening to engulf the Middle East, calling it “another tragic case of leading from behind.”

READ MORE: Yemen rebels gained access to secret US files – report

Yemen now in many ways resembles Libya, disintegrating after foreign intervention, or Syria, devastated by years of civil war, as fighter jets of the Saudi Arabia-led coalition are pouncing Yemeni military installations and infrastructure facilities.

The meltdown in Yemen is causing embarrassment in Washington, editor of the Pan-African News Wire, Abayomi Azikiwe, told RT.

“It is a very dangerous situation. What it represents is a total collapse of the US foreign policy in Yemen,” Azikiwe said, stressing that it was “clearly miscalculation” on the part of the Obama administration, which underestimated power of Houthi groups.

“It is clearly a failure of the US foreign policy in Yemen,” he said.

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.27.15 PM

The US withdrawal from Yemen has revealed a massive property lost, as the US government is believed to have lost track of about $500 million worth of military aid provided to Yemen in recent years, beginning in 2007.

Officials acknowledge that they’re unable to account for more than a million rounds of ammunition, 160 Humvees (HMMWV) vehicles, 200 M-4 assault rifles and 250 body armor suits – and this is far from being the full inventory of lost property.

The US has no intention of stabilizing other nations, retired US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski told RT.

“What the US government is focused on is putting arms out there and creating bias for those arms. The US taxpayer subsidizes foreign weapon sales. So we’re always out there, our government is always out there looking for places to market our weapons,” Kwiatkowski said. US foreign policy is aimed at creating markets for the US weaponry and is good at it, not at solving crises, promoting good governments etc.

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.28.16 PM

“That’s not our expertise. We don’t spend time and money on that. We spend time and money on creating consumers for our weapons,” she said.

Meantime Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Sudan, Pakistan, Morocco, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain are bombing Yemeni territory using mostly US-made weapons and hardware, with a proclaimed objective to prevent President Hadi from losing power.

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.29.09 PM

“We will do whatever it takes in order to protect the legitimate government of Yemen from falling,” Saudi Arabia’s ambassador in Washington, Adel al-Jubeir, told a news conference while announcing the operation.

After the Iran’s advances in Iraq – which borders Saudi Arabia to the north – the kingdom is worried that Yemen, on its southern frontier, is going to become a proxy for Iran as well.

“In the absence of the Americans, who have temporarily quit the field, the Saudi’s will think they have no choice but to go in pretty hard. We are going to see redesign of the region,” President of the Australia Institute of International Affairs John McCarthy told Reuters.

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.30.18 PM

The key to the unwinding military conflict is going to be reaction of Iran, which has its finger in many ongoing conflicts in the Middle East.

If Tehran decides to play big, oil exports from the region – crucial to the world economy – could fall victim to the regional conflict. That in turn will threaten energy supplies of many countries, particularly China, Japan and South Korea.

READ MORE: Oil surges 6% on Saudi airstrikes in Yemen

US proposes to let Iran operate fortified nuclear site – reports *(ONCE AGAIN, OBAMA HELPING HIS MUSLIM BROTHERS.)*

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.08.24 PM

Washington is considering letting Iran operate hundreds of centrifuges at a formerly secret bunker, in exchange for limiting research at other sites, US officials taking part in the nuclear talks in Geneva told AP.

Instead of uranium, any centrifuges permitted at the Fordo facility would work on isotopes used in medicine, science or industry, the officials said. In return, Iran would scale back the number of centrifuges it currently operates at the Natanz facility, and accept inspections and other restrictions

According to AP, the total number of centrifuges currently operating at Natanz is 10,000. If the leaked proposal is accepted, the combined number of centrifuges at both sites would be under 6,500. The formerly secret site at Fordo, which Iran revealed in 2009, is controversial because it is dug into a mountainside and fortified against air attacks.

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.10.45 PM

Officials, who spoke to AP on condition of anonymity, said the goal since the beginning of the talks was to have the Fordo facility converted “so it’s not being used to enrich uranium.”

All of the proposed options are designed to keep Iran at least a year away from producing a nuclear weapon for the 10-year duration of the agreement, the officials said.

Meanwhile, the White House has said that the US expects “tangible commitments” from Iran, but refused to confirm the agreement would be in writing.

Led by US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, the negotiators are trying to reach a preliminary agreement before the end of March. Deadline for the final agreement is June 30.

Tehran disclosed the existence of the Fordo Fuel Enrichment Plant, unfinished at the time, to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in September 2009. Iran said the purpose of the facility was the production of uranium enriched up to five percent of U-235, the isotope capable of sustaining a fission reaction. According to the Iranian disclosure, the facility was being built to operate approximately 3,000 centrifuges in 16 cascades. It is dug into the mountainside near the Shia holy city of Qom, 78 miles (125 km) southwest of Tehran.

The extensive facility at Natanz, whose existence was revealed in 2002, is in the Isfahan province, 204 miles (328 km) southeast of Tehran. It is reportedly eight meters (approx. 26 feet) underground and extends over 100,000 square meters, with a capacity of 19,000 centrifuges.

We will continue 20 percent enrichment at Fordo and Natanz to meet our needs,” Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Director Fereydoun Abbasi told the Tehran Times in January 2013, a year after one of the Natanz scientists was killed in a car bombing that Iran blamed on Israel.

The US, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany – known as the “P5+1” – are trying to reach an agreement with Iran to restrict the country’s nuclear program in return for lifting the economic blockade imposed by the UN.

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.12.36 PM

The Obama administration has come under criticism by the Republican-led Congress over the Iran talks. Earlier this month, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu was invited to address Congress without White House approval, and blasted the talks in his speech. Days later, 47 Republican senators sent a letter informing Iran that any deal would be invalid without their approval. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has likewise come under criticism by political opponents who do not trust the US to honor any agreement.

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 6.13.34 PM

Blair aide: ‘We screwed up on immigration – 13,000 migrants became ONE MILLION’ *(JUST LIKE WE DID IN THE UNITED STATES AND NOW WE HAVE MEXICO LIVING HERE.)*


ONE of the biggest mass immigrations in the history of the British Isles was solely down to a Blair government cock-up, a senior aide to the former prime minister has conceded.

Tony Blair

Tony Blair has defended the immigration policies he pursued during his ten years in office

Tony Blair simply failed to comprehend the significance of new EU rules which dramatically expanded the number of people who could settle in the UK, his ex-advisor claimed.

The former Prime Minister presided over some of the biggest influxes of immigrants in British history after the EU was expanded to include a further eight eastern European countries in 2004.

The Blair government assured voters the number of new arrivals from eastern Europe would be around 13,000.

However, the figure rapidly topped ONE MILLION as Poles and other workers from eastern Europe were wooed by higher wages and improved job prospects.

Sir Stephen Wall, the former-PM’s chief adviser on Europe, has spoken out, claiming the last administration followed poor advice.

Singling out ‘Polish plumbers’, he accused Mr Blair of playing “politics” with the immigration system.

More than one million eastern European migrants have travelled to the UK since 2004

We simply didn’t take account properly of the pull factor of England for people with skills

Sir Stephen Wall, a former chief adviser on Europe

Britain’s ambassador to the European Union in the 1990s claimed the last Labour government was focused on maintaining influence in eastern Europe rather than protecting the UK’s borders.

The top diplomat said: “We simply didn’t take account properly of the pull factor of England for people with skills who could probably find a bigger market [in the UK] for their skills – you know, the Polish plumber.

“The primary argument was the political one – this was the right thing to do, we attached a lot of importance to them as democratic countries and keeping our position as the number one friend of eastern and central Europeans.”

Speaking last week, Mr Blair defended the immigration policies he pursued during his ten years in office.

He said: “I don’t agree it was a mistake.

“All we did was bring forward what would have happened anyway.

“In 2004 the economy was booming and we had a requirement for skilled workers from abroad.

“Supposing you put all those people from Eastern Europe back out of Britain again, would we be a stronger, better country?

“The answer is no.”

Last night, a leading migration watchdog questioned the lack of forward-thinking during the Blair years.

“It is astonishing that nobody properly considered the impact of the wage differential between Britain and a huge country like Poland,” Lord Green of Deddington, chairman of the Migration Watch campaign group, told the Mail.

“We said at the time the forecast of 13,000-a-year was almost worthless. In fact, it was completely worthless.”

It also emerged that former Cabinet minister John Denham, who served under Mr Blair, wrote to chancellor Gordon Brown and home secretary Charles Clarke to warn the influx of new workers was having a significant impact on wages and the health service.

However, research by UCL published last year found European immigrants to the UK had paid more in taxes than they received in benefits.

Economists at the London university claimed European immigrants who arrived in the UK since 2000 have contributed more than £20bn to UK public finances between 2001 and 2011.

  • Don’t miss the latest top stories