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  • Muslims Want British Government to Ban Franklin Graham

    09/17/2018 9:09:47 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 26 replies
    Townhall ^ | 09/17/2018 | Todd Starnes
    The Muslim Council of Britain is calling on the British government to ban renowned evangelist Franklin Graham because they allege his views on Islam and same-sex marriage violate the nation's hate speech laws. Graham, the president of Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, is scheduled to lead a series of religious gatherings beginning Sept. 21. "In the past the government has banned individuals whom they claim are 'not conducive to the public good.' Mr. Graham's remarks are on record and clearly demonstrate a hatred for Muslims and other minorities," the organization said in a statement. One government leader...
  • Poll: Forty Percent of British Jews Would Consider Leaving if Corbyn Became Prime Minister

    09/06/2018 4:49:31 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 37 replies ^ | September 6, 2018 | Cortney O'Brien
    The UK Labour Party has been charged with spewing anti-Semitic sentiments in recent years. In a 2013 speech at the Palestinian Return Center in London, for instance, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the following: Where, then, lies the grievance with Corbyn? At that meeting on Sunday, Jewish Labourites were not opposing the party leader for championing the Palestinians. They were opposing him for, to take one example, his 2013 attack on a group of “Zionists” he’d encountered, where he tackled them not on their arguments but on ethnic grounds, noting that despite “having lived in this country for a very...
  • Roman mega-villa bigger than the Taj Mahal is found in Oxfordshire packed with trophies including..

    08/27/2018 7:54:51 AM PDT · by bitt · 76 replies ^ | 8/24/2018 | Phoebe Weston
    FULL TITLE: Roman mega-villa bigger than the Taj Mahal is found in Oxfordshire packed with trophies including coins and boar tusks alongside the sarcophagus of a woman The historic Roman structure is the second largest ever discovered in the UK The foundations measure 85m by 85m (278ft x 278ft) and date back to 99 AD It lies beneath a crop in a field near Broughton Castle near Banbury, Oxfordshire The land is owned by the third cousin of actor Ralph Fiennes Archaeologists discovered a sarcophagus inside the villa with the skeletal remains of an unknown woman
  • After the bitcoin boom: hard lessons for cryptocurrency investors (Many are broke)

    08/25/2018 8:28:15 AM PDT · by NRx · 38 replies
    CNBC ^ | 08-20-2018 | Nathaniel Popper and Su-Hyun Lee
    SAN FRANCISCO Pete Roberts of Nottingham, England, was one of the many risk-takers who threw their savings into cryptocurrencies when prices were going through the roof last winter. Now, eight months later, the $23,000 he invested in several digital tokens is worth about $4,000, and he is clearheaded about what happened. "I got too caught up in the fear of missing out and trying to make a quick buck," he said this week. "The losses have pretty much left me financially ruined." Mr. Roberts, 28, has a lot of company. After the latest round of big price drops, many...
  • Exclusive: Omarosa's secret romance with 'corrupt' politician with his own White House!

    08/17/2018 1:20:50 AM PDT · by blueplum · 13 replies
    The Daily Mail ^ | 16 Aug 2018 | Ben Ashford
    Omarosa Manigault-Newman had a 'six-month fling' with the scandal-mired leader on a tiny Caribbean nation who was ousted from power and put on trial for corruption over claims he stole $16 million from public coffers, can reveal. [snip] . They spent time on the island where he later built an $8 million mansion, nicknamed the 'White House,' which he is now accused of funding through graft...
  • Bruce Ohr Texts, Emails Reveal Steeles Deep Ties to Obama DOJ, FBI

    08/16/2018 5:57:12 PM PDT · by Sleeping Freeper · 87 replies
    https/ ^ | 8/16/18 | Sara Carter
    A trove of emails and handwritten notes from Department of Justice official Bruce Ohr exposes the continuous contact and communication between the DOJ attorney and anti-Trump dossier author Christopher Steele, according to notes and documents obtained by The emails and notes were written between 2016 and 2017. SNIP... In June 2017, Steele tells Ohr, We are frustrated with how long this reengagement with the Bureau and Mueller is taking. Anything you can do to accelerate the process would be much appreciated. There are some new, perishable, operational opportunities which we do not want to miss out on. In October...
  • Drunk and irritable wasps are going on stinging rampages

    08/16/2018 4:09:16 PM PDT · by aomagrat · 20 replies
    Fox News ^ | August 9th 2018 | Fox News
    This gives new meaning to the term bar fight. So-called "lager lout" wasps are attacking Britain after getting drunk drinking fermented fruit and leftover pub-garden cider, stinging anyone and everyone they can find, the Daily Mail reports. The angry insects are getting into the booze since their normal diet, which consists of flies and sugar-spit that is produced from the queen's larvae, is scarce. The change in diet is said to happen every year but this year has been especially worse, due in large part to the unusually cold winter Britain experienced, letting the wasps build larger than normal nests....
  • Salih Khater named as Parliament terror attack suspect - this is what we know about him

    08/15/2018 1:36:05 AM PDT · by BeadCounter · 31 replies
    Birmingham Mail via MSN ^ | 15 August 2018 | James Rodger
    <p>The terror suspect arrested by police after a car crashed into cyclists and pedestrians outside Parliament has been named as Salih Khater.</p> <p>Three people were injured in the crash, which happened at 7:40am in the height of rush hour in Westminster.</p>
  • Rolling Stone: Most of the Earth will be uninhabitable by 2100 due to climate change

    08/10/2018 2:23:07 PM PDT · by Simon Green · 78 replies
    Rolling Stone ^ | 08/09/18 | Jeff Goodall
    And in Lovelocks view, the Earths self-regulating system is seriously out of whack, thanks largely to our 150-year fossil fuel binge. You could quite seriously look at climate change as a response of the system intended to get rid of an irritating species: us humans, Lovelock told me in 2007 when I visited him at his house in Devon, England, for a profile in Rolling Stone. Or at least cut them back to size. By 2020, droughts and other extreme weather will be commonplace. By 2040, the Sahara will be moving into Europe, and Berlin will be as hot as...
  • High Court Recognises Shariah Law in Divorce Case in UK Legal First

    08/08/2018 6:31:07 PM PDT · by marshmallow · 13 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 8/2/18 | Victoria Friedman
    In a legal first, a British High Court judge has recognised a shariah marriage when ruling on a divorce petition of a Muslim woman, likely setting a precedent on the acceptance of Islamic marriages and divorces in the UK. Mr Justice Williams ruled that an estranged Muslim couples Islamic marriage does fall under the scope of the 1973 Matrimonial Causes Act and that they could, therefore, divorce despite the couple never having had a legal civil ceremony, reports The Guardian. Nasreen Akhter and Mohammed Shabaz Khan, both of Pakistani heritage, had married in an Islamic nikah ceremony conducted by...
  • Mum's agonising wait after cancelled dates follow failed abortion (MEGA BARF)

    08/07/2018 5:12:22 PM PDT · by Morgana · 9 replies ^ | August 7, 2018 | Laura Elvin
    Ms Buckman tried to book an abortion when she was seven weeks pregnant and waited two weeks - but the medical procedure failed and the next two appointments did not go ahead due to lack of staff. The mother-of-two's last booked procedure was cancelled just hours before it was due and she must now wait two more weeks for an appointment - a two-hour drive from her Kent home. Ms Buckman, now 15 weeks pregnant, is angry at the treatment she received at Marie Stopes UK, which carries out abortions for the NHS. Most abortions in England, Wales and Scotland...
  • Thousands attend funerals of four men who died in police pursuit

    08/05/2018 9:10:57 PM PDT · by robowombat · 39 replies
    ITV ^ | Aug 4, 2018
    'The whole of Bradford has been rocked': Thousands attend funerals of four men who died in police pursuit Thousands of people have attended the funerals of four young men who died when their car collided with a tree while being pursued by the police. Murtza Chaudhry and Arbaaz Hussain, both 21, Zeeshan Khalid, 20, and Tayyab Siddique, 22, died when the BMW they were travelling in crashed on Toller Lane in Bradford on Thursday. All four were remembered by crowds of people in a park in the city on Saturday afternoon. Four hearses carried coffins of the dead. Four hearses...
  • The First 1000 Days of Life are vital, says Select Committee (ENGLAND)

    08/01/2018 1:28:07 PM PDT · by Morgana · 4 replies ^ | August 1, 2018 | SPUC
    SPUC welcomes the acknowledgement of human life present from the moment of conception. The House of Commons, Health and Social Care Committees most recent inquiry, "The first 1000 days of life", has been warmly welcomed by SPUC. The inquiry launched this month aims to explore the early years of development. Specifically, it will examine a childs life from conception until 2 years of age, seeking to discover the factors affecting mental and physical growth. Life from conception In their announcement, the Select Committee said: "The early years of a childs life, from conception to age 2, is vital to their...
  • No Christians in UKs Syrian refugee intake

    07/31/2018 3:24:20 PM PDT · by bkopto · 12 replies
    The Times UK ^ | 7/29/2018 | nicholas hellen
    Not a single Christian was among the 1,112 Syrian refugees resettled in the UK in the first three months of this year, the Home Office has admitted. It agreed only to resettle Muslims and rejected the four Christians recommended by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), despite past US declarations that Isis was committing genocide against them. The disclosure was obtained by the Barnabas Fund, a charity that supports persecuted Christians, under freedom of information laws after a protracted tussle with the Home Office.
  • Supreme Court rules that doctors can remove food and fluids from brain-damaged...(ENGLAND!)

    07/30/2018 7:37:30 PM PDT · by Morgana · 24 replies
    Christian Medical Comment ^ | July 30, 2018 | Dr. Peter Saunders
    FULL TITLE: Supreme Court rules that doctors can remove food and fluids from brain-damaged patients without going to court (ENGLAND) My Radio Four Today programme interview on this case is here. Five Live here. Should doctors be able to withdraw food and fluids from severely brain-damaged people who are not imminently dying? And if so, in what circumstances? The answer to these questions has changed significantly today because of a decision by the Supreme Court. Patients with permanent vegetative state (PVS) and minimally conscious state (MCS) can now be effectively starved and dehydrated to death if the medical staff and...
  • Tommy Robinson Update: High Court Appeal Will Be Decided This Week

    07/29/2018 8:02:13 PM PDT · by Spiridon · 9 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 7/29/2018 | Nextrush
    Ezra Levant of "The Rebel" media reported on Friday that the High Court decision of Tommy Robinson's appeal will be released by the three-judge panel this week (Tuesday July 31st or Wednesday August 1st). Robinson was arrested May 25th in Leeds, England outside of an industrial scale child sex abuse trial involving Muslim defendants (27 men and two women accused). He was livestreaming when police arrested him accusing him of breaching the peace. Within hours and with only a court appointed attorney in the court room (his legal counsel could not get there on such short notice) Robinson was sentence...
  • Heartbroken Mom Describes How Her Daughter Died After Aborting Her Grandchild

    07/26/2018 8:29:50 AM PDT · by Morgana · 9 replies
    LIFE NEWS ^ | July 26, 2018 | Micaiah Bilger
    A devastated British mother and grandmother recently lost both her daughter and unborn grandchild to cancer and abortion. Laura Kirwan told the Mirror that her daughter, Charlotte Smith, 23, of Blackpool, England, died unexpectedly of sepsis this spring after overcoming a battle with cancer. A year earlier, Kirwans unborn grandchild also died after Smiths doctors encouraged her to have an abortion so she could begin cancer treatments, according to the report. Charlotte lost her baby and endured all of that treatment for nothing, Kirwan said. Now all I have are the good memories and a picture of a grandchild Ill...
  • FIFA Warns Networks to Stop Focusing on Women in World Cup Stands

    07/13/2018 9:19:19 AM PDT · by Kid Shelleen · 161 replies
    Real Clear Life ^ | 07/12/2018 | staff
    The head of diversity at FIFA has warned the soccer organizations broadcasting partners to stop zooming in on hot women in the crowd at World Cup matches. Speaking before yesterdays match between Croatia and England about FIFAs anti-discrimination program in Russia, diversity boss Federico Addiechi said eliminating those type of shots is part of the natural evolution of broadcasts.
  • Snapchat Queen had boyfriend killed, posted video of him dying

    07/24/2018 1:58:34 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 35 replies
    NY Post ^ | July 24, 2018 | 4:21pm | John Shammas, The Sun
    A Snapchat queen who had her boyfriend killed and uploaded footage of him bleeding to death onto the social media app is facing years behind bars. Fatima Khan posted the video of dying 18-year-old Khalid Safi with the caption Thats what happens when you #### with me. The 21-year-old office worker, nicknamed The Snapchat Queen by her own lawyer, was addicted to the app and loved showing off to her friends online. Before Safis death, Fatima posted stories bragging about her luxury vacation in Qatar while ignoring his messages. She also branded him a lowlife before recruiting 19-year-old Raza Khan,...
  • Pro-life stall thrown out of country show

    07/23/2018 11:53:29 AM PDT · by Morgana · 9 replies ^ | July 23, 2018 | Society for the Protecton of Unborn Children
    The next phase to shut down the pro-life movement in this country (London, England) Life is considering legal action after the charity's exhibits at the Lambeth Country show were removed. Life had applied in January to have a charity stall at the show, and their exhibits focused on scientific images of life in the womb and promoting their counselling services. They say that "on Saturday we had a successful day with many positive responses. However as the evening progressed, a few people became aggressively vocal about our stall and challenged us on our prolife position." Against council's "values" Their press...