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Interpol: allowing citizens to carry guns in public is most effective way to prevent terror attacks

How long would the jihadis at Charlie HebdoWestgateMumbai – and many other terror attacks to come – be able to continue killing if they were surrounded by armed citizens? Interpol states that the only way to stop such attacks is to allow citizens to carry arms (the only alternative to an armed citizenry is “extraordinary security” surrounding every area where many people meet – train stations, super markets, schools, etc. – which is of course completely unrealistic). If guns are illegal, only violent criminals, fanatic jihadis and our over-worked, understaffed police will have them.
In case you are unsure whether it is a good idea that citizens legally own firearms: Switzerland has very liberal gun lawsand one of the lowest percentages of homicide in the world. Interesting statistics on guns, homicides and firearm related accidents in the US here.
From abcNEWS:
Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble said today the U.S. and the rest of the democratic world is at a security crossroads in the wake of last month’s deadly al-Shabab attack at a shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya – and suggested an answer could be in arming civilians.
In an exclusive interview with ABC News, Noble said there are really only two choices for protecting open societies from attacks like the one on Westgate mall where so-called “soft targets” are hit: either create secure perimeters around the locations or allow civilians to carry their own guns to protect themselves.
“Societies have to think about how they’re going to approach the problem,” Noble said. “One is to say we want an armed citizenry; you can see the reason for that. Another is to say the enclaves are so secure that in order to get into the soft target you’re going to have to pass through extraordinary security.” …
Citing a recent call for al Qaeda “brothers to strike soft targets, to do it in small groups,” Noble said law enforcement is now facing a daunting task.
“How do you protect soft targets? That’s really the challenge. You can’t have armed police forces everywhere,” he told reporters. “It’s Interpol’s view that one way you protect soft targets is you make it more difficult for terrorist to move internationally. So what we’re trying to do is to establish a way for countries … to screen passports, which are a terrorist’s best friend, try to limit terrorists moving from country to country. And also, that we’re able to share more info about suspected terrorists.”
In the interview with ABC News, Noble was more blunt and directed his comments to his home country.
“Ask yourself: If that (Westgate terror attack) was Denver, Col., if that was Texas, would those guys have been able to spend hours, days, shooting people randomly?” Noble said, referring to states with pro-gun traditions. “What I’m saying is it makes police around the world question their views on gun control. It makes citizens question their views on gun control. You have to ask yourself, ‘Is an armed citizenry more necessary now than it was in the past with an evolving threat of terrorism?’ This is something that has to be discussed.'”

Must-watch video: Why Muslim sinners become terrorists

Denmark: Migrant sexually harass 1-year old girl

• Islam and Pedophilia
Translated from JydskeVestkysten:
“The parents of a small one-year girl has reported a man for sexual harassment of their daughter. The girl and her parents were, according to South and Southern Police, inside the 2nd hand shop at Jomfrustien 24, when a strange man took the girl up and, according to the notification started, kissing and almost licking the child in the face. …
The man is described as around 40 years and Middle Eastern-looking, and apparently he did not speak Danish. …
‘- The parents felt hurt. It could have been meant differently (than sexual harassment), but we would certainly like to talk to the man,’ said police chief Erik Lindholdt from South and Southern Police.”

French intelligence chief warns: “France is ‘on the verge of a civil war'”

(Photo above: Patrick Calvar)
Via Daily Mail:
Growing tensions between the ‘extreme Right and the Muslim world’ have pushed France to the ‘verge of a civil war’, the country’s most senior security chief has warned.
Patrick Calvar, head of the General Directorate for Internal Security (DGSI) – France’s equivalent of MI5 – made his claim in the wake of last year’s terrorist attacks on Paris.
A total of 147 people were murdered by terrorists in the capital during atrocities in January and November. …
‘I think we will win against terrorism,’ Mr Calvar said, but predicted the ‘confrontation between the extreme Right and the Muslim world’, adding: ‘We’re on the verge of a civil war. I think this confrontation is going to happen. One or two more attacks and it will take place. It is up to us to anticipate and stop all those groups who would trigger clashes.’”

“They’re getting ready for war”: France on brink of bloody civil conflict, warns politician

Via Express:
“Jonathan Miller, an elected city councilor in southern France, said “the mood is turning nasty” after the country was hit by its third terror attack in 18 months. Mr Miller said: “Normally, it takes quite a bit to excite my neighbors under the languid southern sun, but as one horror has followed another, I am no longer taking for granted that they will put up with this much longer.
“An isolated immigrant population and a strident right-wing political faction in a country awash with guns has created a toxic and explosive mixture. “France, a nation long considered a beacon of liberty and stability, may be on the edge of something resembling a civil war.”
He said members at a local hunting club, who are legally entitled to carry firearms, are preparing for a bloody conflict – with membership quadrupling in recent months.
Mr Miller revealed: “I wish I could say this was just hysterical exaggeration. But the evidence does not support complacency. “The new members are not all motivated by the love of shooting sports. Benoit, a local olive farmer who owns more than a dozen rifles, pistols and shotguns, as well as an AK-47 assault rifle, admitted to me this weekend something much darker. “‘They’re getting ready for a war,’ he said.””

Germany: Prison for criticising migrants on Facebook

Via Breibart:
A German couple were taken to court and sentenced after they created a Facebook group that criticised migrants and the government’s mass migration policy. …
According to the court, the page, which has been taken down, in its first post stated: “The war and economic refugees are flooding our country. They bring terror, fear, sorrow. They rape our women and put our children at risk,” which along with a German flag as the groups profile photo, was enough to bring the couple to court for hate speech. …
The judge in the case was unforgiving in his verdict on the site saying that “the description of the group is a series of generalisations with a clear right-wing background”. After sentencing Peter M. to a nine month suspended prison sentence and his wife to a fine of €1,200 the judge said: “I hope you understand the seriousness of the situation. If you sit in front of me again, you will end up in jail.”
The German Justice Minister Heiko Maas claims that social media sites don’t do enough to combat hate speech online and has threatened sites with further European Union (EU) regulation. …
The task force that the Justice Minister refers to was set up last year in order to combat “hate speech”, which can range from the promotion of Nazi ideology all the way to mere criticism of the German government’s migrant policy.
Mr. Maas and the task force have been largely criticised after it was revealedthat one of the organisations set up to help with the task force was headed by Anette Kahane, a former informant of the notorious east German domestic spy agency, the Stasi.
Via Breibart:
Police in Germany have started carrying out raids in peoples homes in an attempt to prosecute people for inciting “hate speech” on Facebook.
A press release from Germany’s federal police agency confirmed that around 60 homes were searched this week as a result of people posting messages deemed as extreme by the German authorities.
“The action carried out today shows that the authorities are acting firmly against hate on the internet, which has grown considerably in the wake of the refugee situation,” said Holger Münch, head of the BKA, said in the statement.
“Attacks on refugees are often the result of radicalization, which begins on social networks. These words should not poison the social climate,” he continued.

UKs new PM Theresa May: many Britons ‘benefit greatly’ from Sharia Law

(Photo above: May talking with Muslims)
New British Prime Minister Theresa May Recites verse from Quran to prove Islam is religion of Peace - video here.
Via Express:
“There are thought to be around 100 Sharia Law courts operating throughout the UK, dispensing Islamic justice outside the remit of our own legal system.
Judgements handed down by the informal courts have no legal basis, but there are fears their presence means many Muslim women are not getting access to the justice they deserve.
But in a controversial intervention Mrs May yesterday claimed many British Muslims “benefit a great deal” from their existence.”
“Commenting on the French prime minister Manuel Valls’ statement: “If 100,000 Jews leave, France will no longer be French, the French Republic will be judged a failure,” Mrs May said: “It is a sentiment I well understand, one that holds true for Britain.
“Without its Jews, Britain would not be Britain, just as without its Muslims, Britain would not be Britain – without its Sikhs, Hindus, Christians and people of other faiths, Britain would not be Britain,” she added.”

Banned on YouTube: “Sharia and The Muslim Brotherhood’s ‘Civilization Jihad'”

The banned video here.
A “hate speech” policy developed to counter the Islamic State’s murderous propaganda is now being used to silence critics of radical Islamic terror.
On Thursday of last week, this site published a video on its YouTube channel. As of yesterday, YouTube has pulled that video declaring it a violation of its “hate speech” policy. The irony is that the video was appreciated by Muslim reformers such as CounterJihad’s own Shireen Qudosi, who pointed out that to reformers like her it was actually helpful speech.
We spoke with Jim Hanson, Executive Vice President of the Center for Security Policy and the official in charge of the video’s production. “I am stunned,” he said, “that the policy that YouTube developed for the express purpose of fighting Islamic State propaganda is now being used to silence critics of radical jihad.” He pointed out that this means that supporters of groups like the Islamic State (ISIS) have managed to turn YouTube’s own policies against it. “Instead of counteracting radical propaganda online,” Hanson said, “these policies are now being used to silence the very speech that YouTube said it wanted — speech that challenges ISIS.””

Bataclan: First person accounts

Watch the video interview here.
From French Figaro, translated by
“Attacks of November 13: the confessions of the first police officer to be entered in the Bataclan. Before the parliamentary committee, the police commissioner admitted he did not think he would “live through this hell.” Arriving before anyone else, he killed the jihadist Samy Amimour.
“For us, everyone was dead.” Before the parliamentary commission investigating the 2015 attacks, the Police Commissioner who was the very first responder of the Paris Bataclan concert November 13, tells how he shot down one of the jihadists. A chilling story, delivered in camera and anonymously, the transcript of which was released on Tuesday.
The man especially shares the feeling of terror during the first moments of the operation, even outside the room, seeing “the dead people on the ground in front of us.” “I remember seeing two: a man in front of the Bataclan Café and a woman outside the entrance. We (also with his police driver, Ed) were recorded because someone was filming with a mobile phone. We told him to leave. We heard gunfire.” The police commissioner then looked at his partner, saying: “Let’s go.” The two men understood each other in a glance, according to him. “It was enough to understand that we were on the same wavelength, and we were unified, a team.”
A face-to-face with Samy Amimour
Around 9:54 p.m., the two team members enter the Bataclan, without waiting for reinforcements, and without knowing what awaits them inside.” As soon as we started to move forward, Bataclan’s wooden swinging doors opened towards us, and between fifteen and thirty people fled running and screaming in our direction,” he said before the parliamentary committee. “From the moment we started to progress down the hall, the shooting stopped, and when we entered, there was no more shooting, it was silence.” “There, the scene was indescribable — you can imagine. Hundreds of bodies — for us, everyone was dead — were entangled with each other: at the bar, in the pit, sometimes piled on more than one meter [three feet] high,” he says. The man then describes an “icy silence” in this still concert hall that was so festive only a few minutes earlier. The Commissioner then describes the terrible face-to-face that eventually led him to kill one of the jihadists who was about 25 meters [80 feet]  away. “One of the terrorists, whom we later identified as Samy Amimour […] appeared on the scene. He was in front of us and was holding his assault rifle and threatening a young man a few meters from him. I shot four times and my teammate did twice. The man uttered a groan, collapsed and fell to the ground.”
“There were only the two of us, we had no long guns, we did not know where the terrorists were” — Police Commissioner present at the Bataclan
Seconds later, the officer described an explosion “very high”. This was actually Samy Amimour’s explosive belt that went off. Then an exchange of fire took place in the room, before a new pause. The two men ducked. “We were certain we would not get out of that hell alive,” he said. “There were only the two of us, we didn’t have rifles, we didn’t know where the terrorists were. So I decided to go out to see if reinforcements had arrived.”
“The living pretending to be dead”
Once the two policemen left the room, the gunfire resumed “piecemeal” inside. “So we understand that they are executing people. It was not humanly possible […] for us to stay outside. So we’re all back inside (there are now a dozen policemen, Ed). There was still shooting in our direction, but it was really hard to tell where from. I fired back twice.” When they arrive, people still don’t move. “We could tell that even the living were pretending to be dead,” insists the policeman.
The man explains that after a moment, when the shooting stopped, he decided “to go find the victims who were in the pit a few meters from us.” There, they began to move and to show themselves. “We started to implement an evacuation, one by one, not without difficulties: the floor was very slippery, because there was blood and casings everywhere. We had to step over or move the deceased. There were also people that we knew very well were seriously injured, but we had to retrieve them anyway, unable to use normal aid techniques to transport the victims,” says the police Commissioner.”

Bataclan: Victims had eyes gauged out, intestines removed, genitals cut

Warning: The below descriptions are very unpleasant.
Via Fox:
“French lawmakers told Bataclan terrorists tortured, disemboweled victims
A French government committee has heard testimony, suppressed by the French government at the time and not published online until this week, that the killers in the Bataclan tortured their victims on the second floor of the club.
The chief police witness in Parliament said that an investigating officer, tears streaming down his face, rushed out of the Bataclan and vomited in front of him just after seeing the disfigured bodies.
According to this testimony, Wahhabist killers apparently gouged out eyes, castrated victims, and shoved their testicles in their mouths. They may also have disemboweled some poor souls. Women were stabbed in the genitals – and the torture was, victims told police, filmed for Daesh or Islamic State propaganda. For that reason, medics did not release the bodies of torture victims to the families, investigators said.”
Via Fdsouche, translated by
“Mr. B. N., peace keeper. […]
We then left for the Bataclan.
Mr. O. B. When we were at the corner of the passage Saint-Pierre Amelot, while people in the Bataclan suffered horrific things, we have been very lucky.
We went back there, and the owner of the tile shop behind which we were sheltered explained that his shop was an old bank whose windows were shielded.
This protected us – I had a ballistic shield without additional plates. At the corner, we heard people moaning, but we could not go help them because we did not have the proper equipment.
Justice Georges Fenech. For the information of the Commission of Inquiry, Mr P. T., can you tell us how you learned that there had been acts of barbarism within the Bataclan: beheadings, evisceration, enucleation …? (castration)
Mr. T. P. After the police stormed the building, we were with colleagues at the passage Saint-Pierre Amelot when I saw a crying investigator who went out to throw up. He told us what he had seen. I did not know this colleague, but he was so shocked that sharing came naturally.
Alain Marsaud. Acts of torture happened on the second floor?
Mr. T. P. I think so, because I entered at the ground floor where there was no such thing, only people hit by bullets.
Alain Marsaud. To your knowledge, they were undoubtedly three? Is there not a chance for a fourth one to have escaped?
Mr. T. P. It is certain that they were at least three, but they were maybe four. The radio was broadcasting calls to the police emergency number, 17: we heard of three or four people.
Alain Marsaud. Is it impossible a fourth person was able to escape by being among the wounded that were evacuated?
Mr. T. P.  It’s not impossible. That’s why my colleagues have carried out summary pat downs of all victims, even injured, coming out through the main entrance.
Mr. S. L. We were doing a systematic summary pat downs, at least at the plexus, the base of the torso and legs.
Alain Marsaud. A fourth terrorist could have hurt himself or fled among the wounded?
Mr. T. P. Among the injured, I don’t think so.
Alain Marsaud. We only found three weapons of war.
Mr. S. L. This is part of the investigation. For our part, we don’t know anything about it.
Justice Georges Fenech. Gentlemen, thank you very much for delivering this very important testimony. The inquiry commission commands your courage and intervention.
Hearing in camera, of the night BAC officials [Brigade Anti-criminalité= Anti Crime Brigade] from the Val-de-Marne that intervened November 13, 2015: MTP, corporal, MLS, sergeant, MOB, brigadier, MNB, peacekeeper, MAD, peacekeeper, and MPT, peace keeper
Hearing in camera, on the Monday, March 21, 2016
Mr. T. P. Commissioner N entered with his driver. Then we could hear him shooting and there was an explosion. Once the targeted individual is neutralized, the first rounds are being directed at us at the side Saint Pierre Amelot. During the ten minutes that the terrorist is shooting at us, we no longer hear any other shots inside.
Justice Georges Fenech. Because the other is dead.
Mr. T. P. One of them was neutralized. The other is upstairs trying to … I tend to think that as long as I’m being shot at, it does not kill anyone else.
Pierre Lellouche. What do you mean by “trying to …”?
Justice Georges Fenech. I think some things have never been said. I think maybe we could, at this stage, clear things up.
Mr. T. P. Bodies have not been presented to families because there have been people who were beheaded there, people with their throats cut, people who have been eviscerated. There are women who have been stabbed in the genitals.
Justice Georges Fenech. All this was apparently videotaped for ISIS!
Mr. T. P. I think so. That’s what the victims have said.
The Rapporteur. These acts were committed by the two survivors. Do you know if you have hurt the one you were shooting at in St. Pierre Amelot pass?
Mr. T. P. I think so, but I’m not sure. As they blew themselves up, it’s hard to tell if he was wounded in the torso. I think I had hit him, because the shooting stopped, and the door closed. The fact that the Kalashnikov collapses and the doors close seems significant to me. Later, we talked to the civilian who made us signs in the passage Saint-Pierre Amelot: he told us we had hit the shooter and that’s why he had stopped firing.
After this time, the shots we heard inside were only very sporadic.There has been no more rounds fired. In all likelihood, a terrorist or more people were finishing their victims off. Then, I have to confess that I have only made fifteen meters [50 feet] inside the Bataclan behind the BIS. My presence was not necessary, so I left. I had seen enough.
Pierre Lellouche. Where were the people being tortured?
Mr. T. P. Upstairs.
Pierre Lellouche. This happens after the person you hurt went upstairs?
Mr. T. P. I even think that it happened before, but this is only my personal opinion. While we were fighting with a terrorist at the emergency door, another one was doing all these despicable things upstairs.
Pierre Lellouche. The video was sent?
Mr. President Georges Fenech. I understand that videos were sent.
Pierre Lellouche. We can find it out if the victims’ cell phones were recovered. Do we have them?
Mr. T. P. They blew themselves up. There were people decapitated, people with their throats slit, people who were gutted. There were pretend sexual acts on women and stabbing at the genitals. If I’m not mistaken, the eyes of some people have been gouged.
Hearing in camera, of Mr. Michel Cadot, prefect of police in Paris, Christian Sainte, director of the judicial police in Paris, Jacques Méric, director of security near the Paris area, and General Philippe Boutinaud, commander of the brigade of firemen of Paris (BSPP)
Minutes of the hearing in camera of Wednesday, March 23, 2016
The Rapporteur. Have Bataclan terrorists committed beheadings and mutilations? Was the victims’ cause of death other than by shooting or explosion? We are dealing with contradictory information – some of which were provided to us during our hearings – that must be clarified.
Justice Georges Fenech. Indeed, the Committee is troubled by this information which haven’t leaked anywhere. Thus, the father of one of the victims sent me a copy of a letter he sent to the investigating judge, which I quote in summary:
“On the causes of the death of my son A.,I was told, in the forensic institute in Paris, and with reserves given the shock I was in at that moment, that his testicles were cut off and put in his mouth, and that he was disembowelled. When I saw him behind glass, lying on a table, a white shroud covering him up to the neck, a psychologist was with me. The latter said: ‘The only presentable part of your son is his left profile.’ I noticed that he had no right eye. I mentioned it; I was informed that they had gouged his eye and crushed the right side of his face, where there was a very large hematoma that we could all see during the casketing.”
This particular testimony could corroborate the statements made by one of the BAC officials that one of the investigators vomited immediately on leaving the Bataclan after finding one decapitation and several eviscerations. Are you aware of such facts?
Michel Cadot. I had no knowledge of these facts, nor by the Forensic Institute or by the officials in question. It is obviously up to the court to assess the veracity of the investigation. Nevertheless, I realized that at the site of the attack we found no knife or other sharp device that would allow this type of mutilations. It will be easy to verify as part of the investigation. In my case, once again, I have not received any message from the Forensic Institute or the direction of guardianship of the relevant BAC that would suggest it was true [NT that there were mutilations].
Christian Sainte. I cannot jump to the conclusions at this point, given the state of the investigation, but nothing in the present state of my knowledge allows me to think that what has just been read is true. I specify, for the sake of clarity, some of the bodies found at the Bataclan were extremely mutilated by the explosions and weapons, to the point that it was sometimes difficult to reconstruct the dismembered bodies. In other words, injuries described by this father may also have been caused by automatic weapons by explosions or projections of nails and bolts.
Justice Georges Fenech. His testicles were apparently put in his mouth …
Christian Sainte. I do not have that information and if these facts had been established, I think I wouldn’t have missed such information.
Hearing in camera, Mr. François Molins, prosecutor grande instance (TGI) in Paris, Véronique Degermann, Deputy Prosecutor of the Republic to the same TGI, and Ms. Camille Hennetier, Deputy Attorney of the Republic to TGI
Minutes of the hearing in camera of Wednesday, March 30, 2016
The judge. Following the November attacks, barbaric acts were reported to the commission.
François Molins. It’s a rumor. Forensic doctors were clear: there was no act of barbarism, no use of knives. According to a witness, the testicles of a person would have been cut, but no findings have corroborated it.
Mr. Sébastien Pietrasanta, rapporteur. I command your work, Mr. Prosecutor. Your voice is heard and respected by all.
REPORT FILED ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF INQUIRY created as one the means used by the State to fight against terrorism since January 7, 2015 / PART 2: REPORTING OF HEARINGS
Rare testimonies posted online mentioned that heads were cut during the hostage-taking in the concert hall. Two weeks after the attacks, the internet users get angry and demand a government response.
Despite calls from the internet users who ask for a communicate about this rumor, the government remained silent.
“My son, who is a policeman, saw a spectacle of blood and severed heads …”
(…) One can then imagine the anxiety of relatives of the policeman. They will learn later that Marc is close to the room of the Bataclan, where the hostages are being kept. He has to monitor a bar. “I watched television until three in the morning,” continues Jeanine. “And then I just got a message from my son.” Mark only returns to his apartment the next morning. He then calls his mother. “It was reassuring to know that he was in his bed. He was tired. He said he was wearing two bulletproof vests and a helmet, and that it was very heavy. And then he told me that it was not pretty sight. His experience was horrible. He saw blood, severed heads … “An ordeal that started for him again last night, since he was back in service.
(…) Le Progrès
 Testimony of a British survivor: “ISIS men with knives used them to torture their already wounded victims  by slitting their stomachs open, when they lay on the ground.”



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