Sunday, June 3, 2018

Rape Gangs: A Story Set in Leafy Oxfordshire

In this mailing:
  • Douglas Murray: Rape Gangs: A Story Set in Leafy Oxfordshire
  • Raymond Ibrahim: UN Has Only Recommended Tiny Token Numbers of Syrian Christians for Resettlement in the UK
  • Amir Taheri: The Mullahs and the Tale of a Betrayal

Rape Gangs: A Story Set in Leafy Oxfordshire

by Douglas Murray  •  June 3, 2018 at 5:00 am
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  • What price has been paid, is being paid, or might be paid at some stage, by all those public officials who tacitly or otherwise allowed these modern-day atrocities to go on, doing nothing to stop them?
  • Families of some of the abused girls related that they had tried consistently to raise the alarm over what was happening to their daughters, but that every door of the state was closed in their faces.
  • If Britain is to turn around the disgrace of its culture of 'grooming gangs', it should start by changing the risk-reward ratio between those who identify these monstrous crimes and those who have been shown to have covered them up.
Oxfordshire, England. (Image source: Pixabay)
Since the arrest of Tommy Robinson on May 25, the presence generally -- and incorrectly -- referred to as 'Asian grooming gangs' has been back in the news. This has reignited a debate about whether victims are getting justice and whether perpetrators are encountering it.

UN Has Only Recommended Tiny Token Numbers of Syrian Christians for Resettlement in the UK
Muslim Persecution of Christians, November 2017

by Raymond Ibrahim  •  June 3, 2018 at 4:30 am
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  • Critics accused the United Nations in general and the British government in particular of continuing to discriminate against Christian refugees in favor of Muslim refugees from Syria. Barnabas Fund said it had "finally obtained figures proving that the UN has only recommended tiny token numbers of Syrian Christians ... for resettlement in the UK," whereas the "overwhelming majority of refugees recommended by the UN have been Sunni Muslims who form the majority in Syria. But Christians, and other minorities, have been repeatedly targeted for attack by Islamist groups such as IS... Disturbingly, UK officials tried to prevent the release of this information." - United Nations and the United Kingdom; Barnabas Fund.
  • "After several reports showed that Christians were being systematically persecuted in German asylum homes, the problem has now moved from the homes to the streets..." – Germany; Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart.
  • "Showing repentance will no longer prevent the death penalty from being applied for blasphemy and apostasy..." – Mauritania; News 24.
Pictured: A building burns in the city of Marawi, Philippines on June 15, 2017, as the Philippines military battles Islamist terrorists for control of the city. At least 25 Christians were slaughtered in the city during an Islamist siege last summer, and "Islamic State-inspired gunmen burned the St. Mary's Cathedral." (Image source: Mark Jhomel/Wikimedia Commons)
Muslim Attacks on Christian Churches
Germany: According to a November 11 report in The European, approximately 200 churches have been attacked and desecrated in the Alps and Bavarian regions alone. Large summit crosses atop mountains have also been felled and destroyed by axes and saws. "Young Islamists" are believed to be behind the widespread vandalism.

The Mullahs and the Tale of a Betrayal

by Amir Taheri  •  June 3, 2018 at 4:00 am
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  • The right to enrich uranium is recognized for all nations in the world and thus there is no need to secure permission from an informal group such as the so-called P5+1, which has no legal basis and no authority on any issue. Right now, 34 countries have uranium enrichment programs of various dimensions without the endorsement of the P5+1 posse that Obama assembled.
  • "As the sanctions have not been lifted, all other matters are worthless." – Iran's "Supreme Guide," Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Pictured: Iran's "Supreme Guide," Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (left), meets with President Hassan Rouhani, on June 22, 2016. (Image source:
Until last week I thought that at the time President Obama was selling the American establishment a bill of goods on his cute "Iran nuclear deal", in Tehran President Hassan Rouhani was telling the truth, at least to his boss Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. After all, Rouhani has a doctorate in Islamic Theology from Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland and, as a good Muslim, wouldn't tell anything but the truth.
Obama was telling the Americans that his "historic deal" had blocked all avenues for Iran to develop a nuclear arsenal forever without firing a shot. He even cited a fatwa by the Islamic Republic's "Supreme Guide", Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, forbidding all nuclear weapons. The fact that no one apart Obama himself claimed to have seen the fatwa was neither here nor there. After all, a US president wouldn't tell a fib on so important a matter.


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