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  • Are 'Moderate' Muslims Really Moderate? Meet The Suave Mohammed-Part 2

    03/17/2012 7:54:52 AM PDT · by IbJensen · 26 replies
    Right Side News ^ | March 17, 2012 | Eliana Benador
    Taqqiya, in Islam, is a doctrine of pious fraud or religious dissimulation... whereby Muslims may under certain circumstances openly deceive infidels by feigning friendship or goodwill provided their heart remains true to Islam.” As I am about to set to write the second article, the first thing that hits my mind is... “Little Red Riding Hood...” The sweet story of how a bad wolf disguised under innocent appearance, gets close to a naive little girl, Little Red Riding Hood, who tells him where she’s going, i.e., to visit grandma. The wolf gets to poor grandma first, eats her and disguises...
  • Politicians Intervene to Halt Deportation for Mexican Student

    04/28/2011 7:06:33 AM PDT · by IbJensen · 5 replies
    CNS News ^ | 4/27/2011 | Michael Melia
    Hartford, Conn. (AP) - A Mexican college student who won allies in Connecticut's governor and two U.S. senators as he fought a deportation order will be allowed to stay in the country for now, Sen. Richard Blumenthal said Tuesday. -snip- "With the three of them, I guess they had enough power and enough momentum to be an advocate for me," Cardoso said. "I feel really privileged and honored that they assisted me." Blumenthal said the Department of Homeland Security called his office to say Cardoso had been granted a stay of removal. -snip- Cardoso, 23, has lived in the United...
  • ALERT: "They've Cut A Deal With Three Of Our Guys" [Byron York]

    02/06/2009 10:23:52 AM PST · by Blue Turtle · 237 replies · 8,090+ views
    Just got off the phone with an influential Republican senator. I asked how things stood with the stimulus, and he answered instantly, "They've cut a deal with three of our guys. They're delaying us from offering amendments. I suspect that as soon as they've got it written, they will offer it as an amendment, vote on it, and that will be it." He didn't have details on what the deal might be, but most Republicans seem to suspect it will involve relatively small cuts — and very little change in the price tag of the bill from the House version...
  • Border Security: Accept No Substitutes

    06/01/2007 7:52:35 AM PDT · by GFritsch · 29 replies · 539+ views
    New Media Journal ^ | June 1, 2007 | Chris Adamo
    Heartland America breathed a premature sigh of relief when the Senate’s ill conceived "immigration reform" (read: amnesty for illegals) bill was not ramrodded through the legislative process as quickly as its proponents originally intended. Yet the most dangerous time for America is still ahead. Various amendments are being considered in an effort to make it sufficiently palatable to one opposing group or another, the long-term goal being that they might ultimately give it their support, or at least mute their opposition to it. But beneath any veneer, the bill’s actual objective of amnesty remains intact. Sadly, a requisite level of...
  • New policy keeps detention center busy

    03/31/2006 10:07:59 PM PST · by txroadkill · 8 replies · 1,216+ views
    The Dallas Morning News ^ | Friday, March 31, 2006 | DAVID McLEMORE
    As more non-Mexicans cross border, agency changes release rules PEARSALL, Texas – Except for the 10-foot-high security fence topped with barbed wire and the concrete barriers at the front door, the institutional gray complex in a former farm field along Interstate 35 could pass for a new high school. It's not. To immigration officials, South Texas Detention Center is simply a part of the nation's effort to efficiently detain illegal immigrants pending deportation. To critics, it's a prison by another name and an example of increasing erosion of civil rights for immigrants. At the heart of the debate is the...
  • Germany to Deport Hundreds of Islamists - Magazine

    01/22/2005 9:36:14 AM PST · by knighthawk · 73 replies · 1,426+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | January 22 2005 | Reuters
    BERLIN (Reuters) - German officials are drawing up lists of hundreds of Islamic militants to be deported from the country under a new law making expulsions easier, the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel said on Saturday. Der Spiegel said authorities were already using their powers under an immigration law introduced this month in conducting an operation dubbed "Aktion Kehraus" ("Action Sweep Out"). The Interior Ministry declined to comment on the report beyond saying that deportations were a matter for Germany's 16 federal states. Under new rules, potential deportees will not be able to use normal legal channels to challenge an...