Friday, 26 May 2017

Tommy Robinson Laments Absence of Trump-Style Travel Ban as UK Government Treason Becomes Apparent.

  1. O you who believe! When you go to war in Allah's way, make investigation, & do not say to any one who offers you peace: "You are not a believer. Do you seek goods of this world's life!" But with Allah there are abundant gains; you too were such before, then Allah conferred a benefit on you; therefore make investigation; surely Allah is aware of what you do.
  2. Not equal are those believers who sit (at home) & receive no hurt, & those who strive & fight in the cause of Allah with their goods & their lives. Allah hath granted a grade higher to those who strive & fight with their goods & persons than to those who sit (at home). Unto all (in Faith) Hath Allah promised good: But those who strive & fight Hath He distinguished above those who sit (at home) by a special reward:

So Allah instructs his rabid & backward followers, effectively telling them to infiltrate other people's countries in order to violently take over, sura four of his god awful Koran. I know what you're thinking: "If only our politicians knew this before letting any of these backward savages into the country!"

Well, of course they knew, the entire multicultural project is to destabilise Western society until the government has an excuse to put troops on the streets, which Theresa May's government has now down. This is merely touched upon in this report from i24NEWS today:

UK should've implemented Trump's travel ban, former EDL leader tells i24NEWS
Former EDL leader Tommy Robinson accuses the British government of abandoning its citizens

Had the UK long ago implemented a travel ban on Muslim-majority countries similar to the one proposed by US President Donald Trump, the children who lost their lives on Monday in the Manchester Arena bombing would still be alive, former English Defense League leader told i24NEWS Thursday.

Salman Abedi, a British-born university dropout with Libyan jihadi links, was named by British authorities the day after he detonated a bomb packed with nuts and screws at a concert by US pop star Ariana Grande, killing 22 people and maiming dozens more.

"They are killing our children while our political leaders are laying candles," a visibly emotional Tommy Robinson charged, accusing the British government of abandoning its citizens by failing to tackle Islamic extremism head on.

"This man was on a terror watch list, identified as a threat to our country," Robinson, the UK bureau chief of the right-wing TheRebel.media website, continued. "3000 of these men are being watched 24 hours a day seven days a week while we're waiting for them to kills us.

"Earlier on Thursday Libyan authorities detained the suicide bomber's father as well as his brother and police in Britain also carried out new arrests and raids.

"These are the enemy, they're foreign combatants of war and they're walking our streets and cuing up next to me in the bank," Robinson further added.

"I'm watching my town implode," he said of Luton, "I watched it decay by core fundamental Islam."

Abedi was known to British intelligence services, interior minister Amber Rudd said this week, without giving further details.

The English Defense League, a homegrown British group that protested against Islamic extremism, held a number of protests throughout 2013, which often ended in clashes with anti-fascist demonstrators.

Robinson quit in October that year, saying he could no longer keep "extremist elements" in the group at bay. He has repeatedly denied allegations of anti-Semitism and visited Israel last year.In 2016 he launched the UK branch of the far-right Pegida movement.

Trump's controversial travel ban was dealt a fresh blow on Thursday when a US federal appeals court upheld a lower court's decision to block the measure, which targeted travelers from six Muslim majority countries.

The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals said it "remained unconvinced" that the part of the measure naming the specific countries -- Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen -- had "more to do with national security than it does with effectuating the president's promised Muslim ban."

Rapejihad in Stratford, Serial Rapist Gaoled for Nine Years.

  1. Narrated Anas: Amongst the captives was Safiya. First she was given to Dihya Al-Kalbi & then to the Prophet.
  2. Narrated Abu Said Al-Khudri: that while he was sitting with Allah's Apostle he said, "O Allah's Apostle! We get female captives as our share of booty, & we are interested in their prices, what is your opinion about coitus interruptus?" The Prophet said, "Do you really do that? It is better for you not to do it. No soul that which Allah has destined to exist, but will surely come into existence.

So says the most trusted compilation of ahadith in Islamic scripture, Sahih Bukhari, volume three, book 34. It cannot have escaped the notice of those of us in our society who permit themselves to observe the heinous behaviour & attitudes of Muslim men towards Western women, that they are considerably more prone to inflicting their sexual urges upon Western women regardless of consent.

Rape & sexual assault, in other words, are typical behaviours exhibited by our newly arrived cultural enrichers. We see from the above drivel that passes for scripture that the progenitor of the death cult of Islam was, himself, a habitual rapist who batted not so much as an eyelid at the news that his followers were raping female captives.

Because this animal is held in the Muslim mind as an absolute paragon of virtue, we inevitably will see hoards of them imitating his repulsive behaviour. This is why Muslims account for a far greater number of convicted sex criminals in Western countries than mere numbers would suggest.

Whether in gangs or under their own recognisance, priapic Muslim men have now become a plague upon the female half of our society, so entitled are they to help themselves to the bodies of nature English women. The latest specimen of this creature to come to our attention is one Mohammed Farah, who is clearly not as nimble as his namesake, & who features in this report from the Barking & Dagenham Post today (hat-tip to Paul Golding‏ @GoldingBF):

One-legged Barking rapist jailed for raping girl, 15, in Stratford
A one-legged 38-year-old man who raped a 15-year-old girl and threatened to kill her has been jailed for nine years.

A one-legged 38-year-old man who raped a 15-year-old girl and threatened to kill her has been jailed for nine years.

Mohammed Farah of Hurstbourne Gardens, Barking, was also given a 10-year Sexual Offences Prevention Order after being sentenced at Southwark Crown Court on Friday, May 26, after he lured the teenager to Torrens Square in Stratford on Sunday, October 2, 2016.

After drinking beer with the girl, he touched her and she told him to stop.

Farah
Farah stopped and told her not to run away as he'd lost one leg in a motorbike accident.

After convincing her to stay, he raped her and threatened to kill her if she told anyone.

But on Monday, October 17, last year police attended an address in Waltham Forest where the girl reported the rape, describing her attacker as "Mo Farah" and telling them he only had one leg.

After being arrested at his home in Barking, Farah denied raping the girl and said he'd never even met her.

But CCTV cameras captured him walking with his victim to Torrens Square.

After being charged with rape of a female under 16 years of age, he was found guilty at Southwark Crown Court on Tuesday, April 4.

Det Const Sarah Towe of the Met's Sexual Offences Exploitation and Child Abuse Command (SOECA) said Farah was a deceitful, dangerous rapist who also raped a 17-year-old in May 2010.

"Farah is a dangerous individual who preyed on an extremely vulnerable girl and used his disability to gain her trust," she said. "Believing she was safe in his company, the girl went with Farah to a secluded area where he then raped her.

Southwark Crown Court, where Farah was sentenced to nine years.

"Farah denied all involvement in this case until CCTV was produced which disproved his original defence. Even faced with this evidence, he continued maintain his innocence, but a jury was able to come to a unanimous verdict. This investigation was a real team effort by the SOECA unit and I am pleased that a dangerous rapist is now behind bars."

Farah was sentenced to six years in jail in September 2011 after raping a girl in Barking Park after he'd been drinking with friends.

Islamic State Massacres Christians in Philippines.

"Fight & kill the disbelievers wherever you find them, take them captive, harass them, lie in wait & ambush them using every stratagem of war." So Allah tells his murderous believers, in the most important verse in his entire repulsive Koran, the 'Verse of the Sword', number 9:5.

We should not be surprised then that, across the world, this is precisely what Muslims do whenever & wherever they feel able. As our attention was taken up with the slaughter of the innocents in Manchester, the Philippines has also been suffering from Islamic devotion, as reported by MailOnline yesterday (hat-tip to The Religion Of Peace):

Christians ‘are tied together and shot dead by ISIS militants’ as US-trained special forces battle to retake besieged Philippines city from rampaging jihadis

  • ISIS-linked militants forced civilians off their truck at checkpoint in Marawi City
  • They shot them after the group were identified as Christian, local media claimed
  • Fighting between Islamists and soldiers erupted in the city of Marawi on Tuesday
  • It was sparked by a raid on the house of Isnilon Hapilon, the Filipino head of ISIS
  • President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law on the bottom half of the island

ISIS-linked militants reportedly captured nine Christians, tied their hands together and shot them dead in a city in the Philippines.

The Maute group forced the civilians off their truck at a roadside checkpoint in Marawi City on Wednesday and murdered them after they were identified as Christian, local media reported.

Harrowing images show the group lying dead face-down in the grass, amid reports that villagers are afraid to move the bodies because terrorists are still in the area.

Duterte
One policeman was similarly caught at a checkpoint set up by the militants and beheaded on Wednesday, President Rodrigo Duterte said.

It comes as 100 US-trained special forces aboard helicopters and armoured tanks battled to retake the besieged southern city from rampaging jihadis.

Soldiers were seen crouched behind armoured vehicles and walls around lunchtime on Thursday, firing volleys of gunshots towards elevated positions occupied by Maute rebels. Smoke could also be seen on the horizon.

Five soldiers and one policemen died in the clashes, while 13 gunmen were killed, according to the military.

'We're confronting maybe 30 to 40 remaining from the local terrorist group,' said Jo-Ar Herrera, a spokesman for the military's First Infantry Regiment.

'The military is conducting precise, surgical operations to flush them out ... The situation is very fluid and movements are dynamic because we wanted to out-step and out-manoeuvre them,' he said.

An initial rampage by the gunmen, who have pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group, through the mainly Muslim city of Marawi on Tuesday prompted President Duterte to impose martial law across the southern third of the Philippines.

Authorities said ending the crisis was proving extremely hard because the militants were holed up in residential buildings, had planted improvised bombs in the streets and had taken Catholic hostages.

'People are afraid. They do not want to open establishments. Offices are closed. We do not want people to be used as human shields,' Marawi mayor Majul Usman Gandamra said.

Two military helicopters flew above Marawi and armoured tanks churned through its streets as automatic rifle firing could be heard on Thursday, according to an AFP photographer in the city. Marawi has about 200,000 residents but many of them have fled because of the fighting.

It is located in Lanao del Sur province, a stronghold of the Maute, a fierce, but little-known group that has been a tricky opponent for the military.

There are only between 50 and 100 gunmen, according to various military officials. The militants are also holding between 12 and 15 Catholic hostages abducted from a church, according to the local bishop, Edwin Dela Pena.

Its activities are a source of concern for Mindanao native Duterte, who is familiar with separatist unrest but alarmed by the prospect of Islamic State's radical ideology spreading in the Philippines.

Hundreds of civilians, including children, were sheltering in a military camp in Marawi City on Thursday. The Maute had taken more than a dozen Christians hostage and set free 107 prisoners from two jails since Tuesday.

Bishops and cardinals had pleaded with the Maute rebels, who they said were using Christians and a priest as human shields. The status of the captives was unknown.

The fighting erupted on Tuesday after security forces raided a house where they believed Isnilon Hapilon, a leader of the infamous Abu Sayyaf kidnap-for-ransom gang and Philippine head of IS, was hiding.

The United States regards Hapilon as one of the world's most dangerous terrorists, offering a bounty of $5 million for his capture. However the raid went spectacularly wrong as dozens of gunmen emerged to repel the security forces, then went on a rampage across the city while flying black IS flags.

They also set fire to many buildings, including a church and a university.

A police chief has been beheaded and 21 people killed when more than 100 ISIS-linked militants stormed a city in the Philippines. Members of the Maute Islamist group overran Marawi on Mindanao island leading to hours of pitched gun battles in the streets.

'The chief of police in Malabang on his way home, going back he was stopped by a checkpoint manned by terrorists and I think they decapitated them right then and there,' Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said.

Terrorists also attacked the Cathedral of Our Lady Help and abducted church staff including Father Chito Suganob and worshipers.

'They have threatened to kill the hostages if the government forces unleashed against them are not recalled,' Filipino Archbishop Socrates Villegas said in a statement. National military spokesman Colonel Edgard Arevalo said 13 government soldiers were killed along with 13 militants.

President Duterte, who declared martial law in parts of Mindanao after militants clashed with soldiers in Marawi yesterday, said he may extend it to other parts of the country if extremists seek sanctuary elsewhere.

'We are in state of emergency,' he told reporters in Manila after a state visit to Moscow, adding he would deal with militants 'harshly'.

Chilling photos on social media purported to show Maute gunmen planting an ISIS-style black and white flag on top of a building in the middle of the city.

'At the time of his capture, Father Chito was in the performance of his ministry as a priest,' Archbishop Villegas said.

'He was not a combatant. He was not bearing arms. He was a threat to none. His capture and that of his companions violates every norm of civilised conflict.'

But Marawi Mayor Majul Usman Gandamra has refused to confirm reports the terror group took hostages and insisted that the local government has the situation under control.

In a telephone interview with national broadcaster ANC, Gandamra said he was working with the military to bring peace and order to the city.

Police and military spokesmen were not immediately available to comment on Villegas's report of the hostage taking.

The fighting in Marawi erupted yesterday when security forces raided a house they believed Isnilon Hapilon, leader of the infamous Abu Sayyaf kidnap gang and Philippine head of ISIS, was hiding.

The United States regards Hapilon as one of the world's most dangerous terrorists, offering a bounty of $6 million for his capture.

More than 100 gunmen responded to the raid by burning buildings and conducting other diversionary tactics, according to Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana.

Security analysts say Hapilon has been trying to unite Filipino militant groups that have professed allegiance to IS.

These include the Maute group, named after two brothers who lead it and which is based near Marawi.

Duterte had repeatedly said the growing influence of Islamic State was one of the nation's top security concerns, and martial law was necessary to stop it.

However Islamist militancy is not new to the southern Philippines, where a decades-long Muslim separatist insurgency claimed more than 120,000 lives.

Muslim rebels orchestrated a siege in the southern city of Zamboanga in 2013 that left more than 200 people dead.

But the government of then-president Benigno Aquino did not declare martial law.

Aquino also said he had considered imposing martial law just before standing down last year in Sulu, island strongholds of the Abu Sayyaf in the far south of Mindanao.

But Aquino said he decided against it partly because military rule could spark resentment among local people.

Thursday, 25 May 2017

Was Manchester Arena Picked for Jihad in Furtherance of White Genocide?

"Though God promised that one of two columns (would fall to you), you desired the one that was not armed. But God wished to confirm the truth by His words, & wipe the unbelievers out to the last." So Allah the pitiful pagan rock idol tells his murderous fanatics, in verse 8:7 of the most egregious & egregiously written compendium of codswallop ever expectorated onto paper, the Koran. "Wipe the unbelievers out to the last." Another translation reads "Cut then off at the root" but you get the general idea of population annihilation.

And, indeed, that is what we see over the entire course of Islam's miserable existence, from the extirpation of Jewish tribes from the Arabian Peninsular during Mohammed's life & shortly after, through the Armenian & Assyrian Genocides a century ago to the Yezidi genocide today in Iraq & its Christian counterpart in Iraq, Syria & Nigeria.

Now it is the turn of native white Europeans, with the added bonus of their own governments' help in their extermination. Were one to take a long-term view of the disappearance of a people, one would deplete the reproductive potential of the female half, ensuring fewer people from the next generation available to resist.

This is partly what the mass rape across England of English schoolgirls by lecherous Pakistanis is about, aside from the obvious incentive of getting one's jollies. It could also be a factor in Salman Abedi's selection of a pop concert attended by teenage girls as a target for his suicide bomb. Look at the more noticeable demographic among the victims in this piece from MSN yesterday & decide for yourself:

Who are the victims of the Manchester terror attack?

Some of the victims among the 22 who were killed in the attack on the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester have been named.

Among them are parents who were coming to greet their children after the concert and take them safely home, as well as excited youngsters attending their first ever concert.

The youngest victim was eight years old.

Here is all we know on the victims of the atrocity

Wendy Fawell

Wendy Fawell
A 50-year-old mother has been confirmed dead by her friends and family after Monday's terror attack in Manchester.

Friends and family of Wendy Fawell had been desperately searching and waiting for news of the missing woman, who has been described as "a beautiful woman".

On Thursday afternoon, her family confirmed she had died.

Family and friends lit candles for Wendy Fawell, praying for her safe return.

Her son, Adam Fawell, wrote on Facebook: "I am really sad to say that my mum Wendy Fawell unfortunately has passed away as a result of the terror attack in Manchester on Monday evening.

"I want to say a massive thank you to all friends and family who has shared posts to try find her and all the messages that have been sent.

"It really means a lot to us for all you have done I can't thank you enough.

"RIP Mum you will be sadly missed xxxxxxxxx."

Her close friend, Debbie McDowell, wrote: "I am heartbroken beyond belief. I have lost my best friend and confident Wendy Fawell. A beautiful, lady who I will have treasured memories of. Nite god bless sweetheart. Love you to the moon and back xxxx".

A friend of the family said: "My newsfeed if full of love for Wendy....taken far too soon. All my love to Adam Fawell and Charlotte Fawell who have shown the most amazing strength, a son and daughter to be proud of. Sweet sleeps Wendy xx"

Elaine McIver

Elaine McIver
An off-duty police officer who was attending the Ariana Grande concert on Monday night has been confirmed dead by her family.

Elaine McIver's family has released a statement to the Greater Manchester Police, and have spoken of their heartbreak after losing the "incredibly thoughtful woman".

Her husband, Paul, is still seriously ill in hospital and Mrs McIver's family has said she would be "devastated" if she knew of his injuries.

Her children also suffered injuries in the attack.

The family said in a statement: "Elaine was a much loved daughter, sister, Auntie, friend and colleague, the best we could ever have wished for.

"She was everyone's friend, thoughtful beyond belief with an effervescent and outgoing personality.

"She would have been devastated by the injuries sustained by her partner Paul, and we all wish him a speedy recovery.

"Elaine just loved life, and had a major love of music. Despite what has happened to her, she would want us all to carry on regardless and not be frightened by fear tactics, instead she regularly urged us all to rise up against it.

"Although we will all miss her beyond belief, we absolutely know she will live in our hearts forever."

Eilidh MacLeod

Eilidh MacLeod
A "vivacious" teenager from the picturesque Scottish island of Barra has been confirmed dead by her parents.

Eilidh MacLeod, 14, was killed in the blast at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday evening, which she attended with her close friend Laura MacIntyre, 15, who was located in hospital nearly 20 hours after the incident.

Ms MacIntyre is recovering from severe burns, but her condition is not thought to be critical.

Eilidh's father, Roddy, rushed to Manchester to search for their daughter after the attack. Her mother was already in the city after travelling with the from Barra. They have now released a statement confirming the heartbreaking news.

They said: "Our family is devastated and words cannot express how we feel at losing our darling Eilidh.

"Eilidh was vivacious and full of fun. She loved all music whether it was listening to Ariana or playing the bagpipes with her pipe band.

"As a family we would like to express our thanks and gratitude for the support and kind messages we have received at this difficult time."

Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry

Chloe Rutherford
Liam Curry
Chloe Rutherford, 17, and Liam Curry, 19, from South Shields, were "inseparable" and "beautiful inside and out", their grieving relatives said in a statement released through police.

The teenage couple "wanted to be together forever and now they are", their families have said.

"On the night our daughter Chloe died and our son Liam died, their wings were ready but our hearts were not," the tribute by the teenage sweethearts' families reads.

Family and friends held a prayer event at St Hilda's Church in South Shields to seek the safe return of the couple, at the time missing.

Local media had been circulating pictures of the couple in the hope someone saw them after the attack.

Relatives of the pair wrote on Facebook on Wednesday that they are "not giving in" and will keep praying and searching for the safe return of the two. Scott Rutherford, Chloe's big brother, wrote on the social networking site on Tuesday evening: "We're off to Manchester as a family to hopefully collect our two most precious people wherever they are stay strong were coming for you! Both our families love you so much, Thankyou for everyone's continued support, don't know anymore for now".

Their friend Anna Ridley told ITV: "I want to hear my best friend's voice again and make sure her and her boyfriend are okay!

"I love them both and wouldn't know what to do without them. I've been up all night messaging, sharing, phoning everybody and anybody to find them. I pray and plead for everyone to get sharing to help find these two amazing people."

Pop band Little Mix sent out an appeal, asking fans to help locate the young pair.

They wrote: "Please if anyone has information on the whereabouts of Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry contact 07920405015".

A family friend wrote on Facebook during the afternoon: "STILL MISSING- Please do not stop searching, any small piece of info might be enough to help us locate Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry who are both still missing.

"Family and friends are extremely upset and concerned and we need them to get in touch and we need them back home and okay. There are no sign of them in any hotel in the area nor on a hospital list as an injured person. Please keep these faces in the forefront of your mind. We love you come on guys".

Sorrell Leczkowski

Sorrell Leczkowski
A 14-year-old schoolgirl has been confirmed as among the dead.

Sorrell Leczkowski, from Leeds, was at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester with her mother and grandmother, both of whom are recovering in hospital.

Her aunt and other family members have confirmed she is dead.

Sorrell's grandmother is critically ill, and has been unconscious since the blast.

According to her family, her grandmother had a 15-hour operation to remove shrapnel from her body.

Stacie Healey, Sorrell's aunt, started a fundraising campaign, writing: "After the Manchester attacks my mum was seriously hurt, she has had a 15 hour surgery to remove shrapnel from her body and has compound wounds to her arms and legs, she is still not awake from this, we are a long way from home and my dad will not leave her side, he is self employed and will not work for months because my mum will be here for several weeks, above all this he and my mum lost their granddaughter Sorrell in the attack, please please please donate so he does not have to worry about money as well as all this, thank you".

She shared a photograph of Sorrell, who attended Allerton High in Leeds.

Ms Healey wrote: "My beautiful Sorrell".

Nell Jones

Nell Jones
Fourteen-year-old Nell Jones has been confirmed as one of the 22 victims of the Manchester terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert.

Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School, told Express.co.uk that police have confirmed their pupil was one of 22 to die in Manchester Arena on Monday night.

Headteacher Dennis Oliver, told Express.co.uk: "It has now been announced in the school that Nell has unfortunately died.

"I have just done six assemblies to tell the pupils. Children are all over the place crying. We are all devastated.

"The heart wrenches for me and everyone else."

Martyn Hett

Martyn Hett
Martyn Hett, a Coronation Street superfan who had a tattoo of Deirdre Barlow on his ankle and with his boyfriend won Come Dine With Me, has been named as one of the dead.

His heartbroken partner tweeted the sad news.

Russell Hayward, his boyfriend with whom he appeared on Come Dine With Me, tweeted: "We got the news last night that our wonderful, iconic and beautiful Martyn didn't survive.

"He left the world exactly how he lived, centre of attention. I'm in a really bad way so please forgive if I don't reply.

"Thankfully I have his wonderful and amazing friends to keep each other strong. I love you Martyn. I always will".

On Tuesday, Mr Hett's partner wrote: "Soulmate doesn't even come close. Come back to us Martyn so we can watch last nights Corrie together".

Michelle Kiss

Michelle Kiss
A mother, Michelle Kiss, has been confirmed as one of the victims of the Manchester terror attack at the Ariana Grande concert on Monday night.

Her niece, Laura Murray, wrote the sad news on Facebook.

She said: "It's true thankyou everyone for your help we are all heartbroken".

Ms Kiss had been excited to take two young female children, believed to be hers, to the concert. She wrote on Facebook: "Excited girlies ready to watch Ariana".

At least one of the children is thought to have been found safe, family friends posted on social media.

A mother of children who are reportedly at the same school as the girls Ms Kiss took to the concert wrote: "The girls at school are all saying the other little girl she was with is in contact and they are definitely safe but in hospital. Let's hope so".

Jane Tweddle-Taylor

A 50-year-old mother of three who went to the Manchester Arena on Monday night to pick up a friend's daughter has been confirmed as another victim of the terror attack.

Jane Tweddle-Taylor, a school receptionist from Blackpool, had gone to the venue with a friend.

Jane Bailey, Principal of South Shore Academy, where Jane worked said the school had been left "devastated" by the news.

"Jane was a well-loved member of staff and our thoughts are with her friends and family at this terrible time.

"Jane was a truly wonderful friend and colleague to all of us at South Shore Academy. "As our receptionist, she was in many ways, the public face of the school and she represented us amazingly in this role.

"We have received numerous messages of condolences from parents, students, community members and colleagues across Blackpool for which we are very grateful.

"All of them say the same things about our lovely Jane.... bubbly, kind, welcoming, funny, generous..... the list goes on. Our thoughts are also with her family at this dreadful time and in particular her three daughters. In our school family and theirs ...... she is irreplaceable, much loved and will never be forgotten."

Marcin and Angelika Klis

Marcin Klis
Angelika Klis
Marcin and Angelika Klis, Polish parents of a student at the University of York, have been confirmed dead after the Manchester attack.

Marcin was 42 years old, and Angelika was 40, and they both were at the concert to pick up their children.

Their 20-year-old daughter had posted a plea for help on Facebook after they didn't contact her following the attack at the Ariana Grande concert on Monday night.

The Polish foreign minister has confirmed that a couple from the country had died in the attack.

They had arranged to meet their children at the entrance were the attack occurred to take them to their home in York.

The pair leave behind two daughters, Alex and Patricia.

Kelly Brewster

Kelly Brewster
A woman from Sheffield's family have confirmed she is one of the victims of the Manchester terror attack after her body reportedly "shielded" her niece from the blast. She leaves behind a young daughter, Phoebe.

Kelly Brewster, 32, had been reported missing after the suicide bombing at Manchester Arena on Monday night.

Her partner, Ian Winslow, later wrote on Facebook: "Not sure how this works but it isn't good news. Kelly Brewster wasn't one of the unidentified hospital patients. She has sadly passed away in the terror attack yesterday.

"Kelly really was the happiest she has ever been and we had so many things planned together. My daughter Phoebe will be absolutely devastated like we all are."

Her local paper, the Sheffield Star, praised her for her bravery on the front page of the newspaper after confirming her death.

It said that she will be remembered by her community for her selfless act.

Ms Brewster had been attending the Ariana Grande concert with her sister Claire and her niece Hollie Booth when the home-made device packed with nuts and bolts exploded in the venue's foyer as thousands of young people were leaving .

Hollie has two broken legs and Claire has a broken jaw, Hollie's grandmother Tracy Booth wrote on Facebook.

Olivia Campbell

Olivia Campbell
Olivia Campbell, a fifteen-year-old, was killed in the Manchester terror attack, her mother said on Tuesday night.

Ms Campbell's mother, Charlotte Campbell, paid tribute to her daughter on Facebook.

She said: "RIP my darling precious gorgeous girl Olivia Campbell taken far far to soon go sing with the angels and keep smiling mummy loves you so much."

A heartbroken Mrs Campbell had broken down in tears on ITV's Good Morning Britain earlier in the day, when her daughter was missing.

She spoke of how she had not spoken to her daughter Olivia since she set off for the event.

"All I know is she was at the Manchester Arena with her friend watching Ariana Grande and she's not turned up yet.

"I can't get through to her. I've called the hospitals, I've called all the places, the hotels where people say that children have been taken.

"I've called the police. There's no news, I've just got to wait. I'm waiting at home just in case she turns up here," she told the morning program.

John Atkinson

John Atkinson
John Atkinson is among the dead.

26-year-old John Atkinson has been confirmed dead by family and friends.

The pop fan, from Radcliffe , was reportedly leaving the venue when he was targeted by the attacker.

A local police force tweeted: "As the news comes in, the sympathies and condolences to the familes of Georgina Callander, Saffie Rose Roussos and John Atkinson #RIP "

Tributes were paid by the local adult dance troupe, Freak Dance Radcliffe, for whom Mr Atkinson danced competitively.

A message on Facebook from the group read: "Today is an amazingly sad day! 'We have lost a member of our dance family."

They described him as a "happy gentle person" and a "real pleasure to teach".

"He was a true friend, not just to our staff but many of the parents and students from the school. Our thoughts are with the family at the very sad and hard time!"

Many have posted their condolences online, saying he was an "amazing young man" and a "beautiful soul".

Lee Paul posted on Facebook: "Sleep tight John Atkinson. Thoughts and prayers with all your family and the other 21 people who lost there lives last night."

Tracey Crolla wrote: "Thinking of all the Atkinsons at this very sad time John Atkinson you turned into an amazing young man so kind and thoughtful you will be missed by everyone x x."

Nana Julie Mills said: "Just heard one of my good friends whom I've known since he was a little boy passed away last night. Condolences to his family and friends. RIP John Atkinson."

Talie Andrea wrote: "Heartbroken for the Atkinson family at this sad time never would I imagine this happening so close to home. Rest in paradise John you beautiful soul."

A GoFundMe has been launched by the local community and it has raised almost £2,000.

Well-wishes wrote: "We are trying to help his family in any way possible at this tragic time. I know all us Radcliffe people can pull together and help this local family out.

"Please donate generously as we all know funeral cost are expensive and will help the family at this sad time! John was one one in a million and loved by so many!! A true gentleman. R.I.P John thoughts and prayers with you family and all of the other victims effected by this tragedy"

Alison Howe and Lisa Lees

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Alison Howe, left, and Lisa Lees, right were waiting to pick up their daughters.

Two mothers waiting to collect their teenage daughters after the Ariana Grande concert were among the victims of the suicide attack at the Manchester Arena, their families said on Tuesday night.

Alison Howe, 45, and Lisa Lees, 47, from Royton, Oldham, were waiting together in the foyer of the arena when a home-made device packed with nuts and bolts exploded.

Both had been reported missing after the attack and on Tuesday night their relatives confirmed they were among the 22 victims of the atrocity.

"They took a caring beautiful mum and step mother away from us all she was amazing to us all x love you loads Alison Howe xx," Ms Howe's stepson Jordan Howe wrote on Facebook.

Ms Lees' brother, Lee Hunter, confirmed her death around the same time.

"For those who don't know Lisa is gone but never, ever forgotten. I love you Lisa I'll miss you so much," he wrote.

Saffie-Rose Roussos

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Saffie-Rose Roussos died from her injuries at the concert on Monday night.

The headteacher at her school, Chris Upton, said: "Saffie was simply a beautiful little girl in every aspect of the word. She was loved by everyone".

In a statement released this afternoon, Tarleton Community Primary School headteacher, Chris Upton, said the news was "heartbreaking".

Saffie Rose Roussos, who was just eight years old, went to the Ariana Grande concert on Monday with her older sister.

"News of Saffie's death in this appalling attack has come as a tremendous shock to all of us and I would like to send our deepest condolences to all of her family and friends," said Mr Upton.

"The thought that anyone could go out to a concert and not come home is heartbreaking."

He added: "Saffie was simply a beautiful little girl in every aspect of the word.

"She was loved by everyone and her warmth and kindness will be remembered fondly.

"Saffie was quiet and unassuming with a creative flair.

"Our focus is now on helping pupils and staff cope with this shocking news and we have called in specialist support from Lancashire County Council to help us do that.

"We are a tight-knit school and wider community and will give each other the support that we need at this difficult time."

She was at the concert with her mother Lisa Roussos and Saffie's sister, Ashlee Bromwich, aged in her 20sCredit: PA

Saffie's parents are believed to run a fish and chip shop in Leyland, Lancs.

Saffie-Rose's mother and sister, Lisa and her older sister Ashlee are being treated for shrapnel injuries in separate hospitals.

Kate Tinsley, whose daughter Jessica was a friend of Saffie at Tarleton Community Primary School, near Preston, had earlier told The Sun: "Everybody is worried, the whole village. Everybody is in bits waiting for news, just some news that she's okay, she's alive."

Saffie-Rose was at the concert with her mother Lisa and her older sister Ashlee, who are both reportedly being treated in hospital.

Georgina Callander

Georgina Callander
The first named victim of the Manchester terror attack was Georgina Bethany Callander, an 18-year-old Ariana Grande superfan who was excited to see her idol on Monday night.

Ms Callander had met Ariana Grande in 2015, and posted excitedly about the time she met her star on Instagram.

She attended Runshaw college in Lancashire.

The young fan, from Whittle-le-Woods in Lancashire, was one of 22 people killed by the blast as she left the Ariana Grande concert at the 21,000-capacity venue.

Her college confirmed she was dead, telling The Telegraph: "It is with enormous sadness that it appears that one of the people who lost their lives in Monday's Manchester attack was one of our students here at Runshaw College.

"Georgina Callander was a former Bishop Rawstorne pupil studying with us on the second year of her Health and Social Care course.

"Our deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers go out to all of Georgina's family, friends, and all of those affected by this loss.

"We are offering all available support possible at this tragic time, including counselling with our dedicated student support team."

Friends posted heartbroken messages on social media mourning their friend, who loved pop music and frequently attended concerts and shows.

When she met Ariana Grande two years ago, she wrote: "Thank you for everything my love I miss you."

Before the concert, Ms Callander wrote on Twitter: "SO EXCITED TO SEE YOU TOMORROW."

She knew she was attending the show in 2016, and wrote of how she couldn't wait to hear Ariana Grande sing.

The student was a big fan of music and film, and has posted many proud pictures of herself meeting her idols on social media.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Dhimmi Virtue Signalling Interrupted in Birmingham as Sudden Jihad Syndrome Strikes.

"Surely the vilest of animals in Allah's sight are those who disbelieve, then they would not believe." How multicultural of Allah to tell Muslims this, in Koranic verse 8:55.

The fact is that the majority of Muslims hate us, Allah tells them to. They cannot even leave us alone as we hold a vigil for the children murdered in Manchester, effectively an act of surrender as it is. One of them tried to attack a vigil in Birmingham with an axe, as reported by the Birmingham Mail today (hat-tip to David Jones‏ @DavidJo52951945):

Watch: Man arrested 'carrying axe and baseball bat' during Manchester bombing vigil in Birmingham
"A small axe was recovered along with a large stick," say West Midlands Police

Police officers arrested a man who is alleged to have been carrying a baseball bat and small axe at a vigil in Birmingham this evening.

The footage above shows officers detain a 39-year-old near Victoria Square in Birmingham city centre where hundreds had gathered in a show of solidarity following a suicide bomb attack at the Manchester Arena last night.

Police say the man from Birmingham– who is known to police and is thought to have a history of mental ill-health - was arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon.

The vigil was cut short after what police described as "disturbance."

Superintendent Andy Parsons, responsible for policing in the west of Birmingham, said: "Officers spotted the man acting suspiciously and spoke to him. At this point they have arrested him.

"The man was carrying a bag, and as a precaution, Victoria Square where the vigil was being held was cleared for around 15 minutes.

"A small axe was recovered along with a large stick.

"We will be interviewing the man to understand his intentions after mental health experts have assessed his condition.

"I'd like to thank people for the calm and collected way in which they responded to the incident. The professionalism of our officers who responded to the incident is also commendable and indicative of British policing."

The charity Mind is available around the clock to help people experiencing a mental health crisis. Visit their website for advice and support including information for loved ones:

Repulsive Dhimmitude from Andy Burnham as He Proclaims Manchester Attack to Be Nothing to Do with Islam.

"Fight those who do not believe in Allah, nor in the last day, nor do they prohibit what Allah & His Messenger have prohibited, nor follow the religion of truth, out of those who have been given the Book, until they pay the jizya in acknowledgement of superiority & they are in a state of subjection." So Allah instructs his demented devotees, in verse 9:29 of the most evil book ever written, the Koran.

This is a clear instruction for Muslims to murder & persecute the rest of us until they take over & subjugate us in our own country. How despicable can any Western politician be to try & explain Islamic terrorism away, then, especially after Muslims gloated about the massacre of English children in Manchester?

Step forward Andy Burnham, a Labour Party bigwig who has previously shared a platform with Islamists & belongs to a party which went to great lengths to import Muslim immigrants. He has now appeared in our media with the insulting suggestion that the Manchester bomber does not represent Muslims, trying to imply that it is the Muslims who are the real victims. Be assured that Salman Abedi does represent Islam, a fact not explored in this report from the Independent today (hat-tip to Mr Normal ن‏ @PaulWilko657):

Manchester bomber Salman Abedi no more represents Muslims than Jo Cox's killer represents white people, says Andy Burnham
'This was an act of extremism, it doesn't represent any religion'

The suicide bomber who attacked the stadium after Ariana Grande's concert does not represent Muslims, in the same way that Thomas Mair, the man who killed Jo Cox does not represent "white Christians", the mayor of Greater Manchester has said.

In a televised interview after the terror event which caused the death of 22 people – many of whom were children – Andy Burnham said: "We won't let this act of terrorism divide us from one another. Those who would like to make it all the responsibility of the Muslim community well, I'm afraid that is wrong.

"This is an extremist act and the person who did it in no more represents the Muslim community than the person who killed Jo Cox represents the white Christian community."

Mr Mair had reportedly shouted "Britain First" a number of times before shooting and then stabbing the Labour MP one week before the European Union referendum.

Brendan Cox, the widower of the murdered MP, responded to the attack by urging people to remain united.

In a Twitter post, he wrote: "Thinking of every family whose lives have been destroyed today by a cowardly, hate-filled attack. So much pain and so pointless.

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"People who use this to push hatred are doing exactly what the terrorists want. Division & hate make us weak, Unity & Resolve make us strong."

Of the Manchester attack, Mr Burnham was clear: "It's an act of extremism and people need to remember that at all times."

His comments come in the wake of the most serious terrorist attack in Britain since the 7/7 suicide bombings taking 52 lives.

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The Manchester Arena attacker has been identified as 22-year-old Salman Abedi, who carried out the crime with a home-made bomb.

Isis claimed responsibility for the attack, and the terrorist group released a statement in several languages through its central media body.

The English version said: "With Allah's grace and support, a soldier of the Khilafah [caliphate] managed to place explosive devices in the midst of the gatherings of the crusaders in the British city of Manchester."

Chief Constable Hopkins said investigators believe the attack was perpetrated by a lone bomber "carrying" a homemade device.

In a visit to Manchester shortly after the event, Theresa May called the attack "appalling, sickening."

She said: "We struggle to understand the warped and twisted mind that sees a room of young people as an opportunity for carnage."

The Prime Minister has since raised the terrorist threat level to 'critical', the highest level, indicating an attack is thought to be imminent.

Let the Taqiyya Begin! Mindless Sportsman Claims Terrorists 'Twisting Islam'. Plays the Victim.

'When your Lord revealed to the angels: "I am with you, therefore make firm those who believe. I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads & strike off every fingertip of them."' So Allah the spittle-saturated pagan rock idol tells his blood-thirsty believers, in Koranic verse 8:12.

So, we see from this divine preachment that dismemberment is part & parcel of Islamic scripture, not much grey area in that one. Thus, we may easily describe the dismemberment of the score or so teenagers in Manchester earlier this week as quintessentially Islamic.

Not that Muslims will admit to this, of course, they want us to remain quiescent for as long as possible, as their malignant colonies grow ever larger until, eventually, they reach sufficient numbers to take over. This is the Islamic practice of taqiyya, the Islamic doctrine of deceiving the infidel & it cannot be argued that only a minority of Muslims – the extremists – go in for it.

Every Muslim in the public eye is liable to do this, no matter how seemingly 'moderate' they appear to be. Today, it is the turn of former boxer Amir Khan, who tried to persuade us that the jihadists are 'twisting' Islam, as reported by Metro News (hat-tip to Mr Normal ن‏ @PaulWilko657):

Amir Khan tells Good Morning Britain viewers he is worried for his daughter as 'terrorists are twisting Islam'

Amir Khan has suggested that terrorists who kill in the name of Islam are 'twisting' the religion and that their actions are worrying for Muslims across the country.

Speaking on Good Morning Britain the former boxer said that the growing wariness towards Muslims 'scares' him: 'I am Muslim and I never want to be looked at – if I'm on the bus or train I don't want them pointing at me saying, "we don't want to be on the train with you".'

Khan is from Bolton, in the Greater Manchester area, and his comments came in the days after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday night.

A Muslim man himself, Khan added that now that he has his little girl he can see the racism more: 'It's getting worse and worse, and people will be pointing a finger at her and thinking "you're a Muslim", and [terrorists] give all Muslims a bad name.'

He added: 'I think Muslims all have to stick together; in all different religions there is always good and bad – killing innocent people is not in the Koran, we all should stick together.'

Speaking to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, who on Tuesday were unable to hold back the emotion as they spoke to a mother who was still searching for her daughter following the attack (Olivia Campbell has now sadly been confirmed dead), Khan also discussed how the Muslim community can speak up and report suspicions of extremism.

'If you know information please go out there and report it,' he urged those watching.

'This is totally against our religion, if these people are saying that they're doing it because of Islam, I do not believe that's true… they're twisting Islam.'

Twenty-two people have died and a further 59 people were injured when Salman Abedi, 22, detonated a homemade device packed with nuts and bolts in the Manchester Arena's foyer as thousands of young people left a concert by US pop star Ariana Grande.

On Wednesday tributes were paid to those killed in the blast, including eight-year-old Saffie Roussos, who was described by the headteacher at her school in Preston as a 'beautiful little girl'.

Saffie had been at the concert with her mother, Lisa Roussos, and sister, Ashlee Bromwich, who is in her 20s, from Leyland, Lancashire.

They are both now in separate hospitals being treated for injuries, friends said.

Another victim was named by her college as Georgina Callander, who was studying health and social care at Runshaw College in Leyland, Lancashire.

The college spoke of its 'enormous sadness' after hearing of Ms Callander's death.

Tributes have also been paid to 26-year-old John Atkinson from Bury, who was named by friends on Facebook as an apparent victim.

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The three on the right were blown to bits on Monday, but it is the one on the left who feels like a victim.

'John was one in a million and loved by so many,' wrote Hayley Turk. 'A true gentleman,' she added.

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

There's No Helping Muslims. Hindus Know the Truth about Muslim Refugees.

Back in the 1990s, when Yugoslavia was tearing itself apart & we were being fed the lie that the Serbs were the aggressors, victimising the poor innocent Muslims in Bosnia, it is sad to say that your humble servant, a mere undergraduate in the rapidly Islamising East End of London, fell for the BBC propaganda.

While I was naively & shamefully in favour of NATO intervention it was a Hindu fellow student who offered an alternative view. It was Jay's opinion that Muslims simply cannot be helped as they always end up biting the hand that feeds them.

It was he who first told me that Muslims always seek to take over other people's countries by immigration & outbreeding the natives. It was he who first mentioned Muslims' intolerance & double standards.

Unfortunately, at the time, I merely filed it away & ignored it for nearly two decades, until I finally woke up to the evil intent of Islam. I was reminded of these conversations from my youth when it emerged that the Manchester bomber was the offspring of Libyan refugees, who accepted succour from the infidel, only to foster hatred for us, as reported by The Telegraph today (hat-tip to The Religion Of Peace):

Salman Abedi named as the Manchester suicide bomber - what we know about him

The suicide bomber who killed 22 people and injured dozens more at the Manchester Arena has been named as 22-year-old Salman Abedi.

Born in Manchester in 1994, the second youngest of four children his parents were Libyan refugees who came to the UK to escape the Gaddafi regime.

His parents were both born in Libya but appear to have emigrated to London before moving to the Fallowfield area of south Manchester where they have lived for at least ten years.

They had three sons in total and a daughter, who is now 18-years-old.

Abedi grew up in the Whalley Range area, just yards from the local girl's high school, which hit the headlines in 2015 when twins and grade A pupils, Zahra and Salma Halane, who were both aspiring medical students, left their homes and moved to Isil controlled Syria.

There were unconfirmed reports in Manchester that the whole family apart from the two elder sons recently returned to Libya.

Abedi was named by Greater Manchester Chief Constable Ian Hopkins on Tuesday.

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"Can I start by once again passing on our heartfelt sympathies to all the innocent people caught up in last night's despicable act.

"We now have a team of specially-trained Family Liaison Officers who are supporting families.

"There has been much speculation and names of those who may have been killed in the media and social media. We accept that this is inevitable however we ask that people allow the police and coroner to release the names once the families are ready and appropriately supported.

"As you would expect the police response to this across Greater Manchester has been significant as we support people to go about their daily business.

"Part of this response has seen us arrest a 23-year-old man in connection with the attack and we have also carried out two warrants, one in Whalley Range and one in Fallowfield that included a controlled explosion to enable safe entry.

"We understand that feelings are very raw right now and people are bound to be looking for answers. However, now, more than ever, it is vital that our diverse communities in Greater Manchester stand together and do not tolerate hate.

"We have been visited by the Prime Minster and Home Secretary and we have taken them through the emergency response so far and what we plan to do in future days.

"I can confirm that the man suspected of carrying out last night's atrocity has been named as 22-year-old Salman Abedi. However, he has not yet been formally identified and I wouldn't wish, therefore, to comment further.

"The priority remains to establish whether he was acting alone or as part of a network."

As with the Westminster atrocity in March, the most pressing question is whether Abedi was a so-called "lone wolf" or part of a wider terror cell.

On Tuesday, it was reported that the Islamic State group had claimed responsibility for the attack.

While the working theory is that the perpetrator triggered the blast alone, the national police counter-terror network, assisted by MI5, are urgently piecing together his background to see whether he had any help in planning the outrage.

They will be looking to build a picture of the attacker's movements both in recent weeks and months as well as immediately before the strike.

Another priority will be to establish whether any further linked attacks or copycat incidents are planned.

It is likely that the bomber's communications will form a significant part of the inquiry, while investigators will also be checking if he was known to authorities in any way.

One area of focus will be examining the remnants of the device used in the attack as officers work to establish whether the perpetrator built it himself or had help.

As well as seeking to identify any potential accomplices in Britain, authorities will also be looking into the possibility of any link to international groups.

In the first hours after an attack on this scale investigators were sifting through a number of theories as they work to settle on the most likely lines of inquiry.

The official threat level from international terrorism stands at severe in the UK - indicating that an attack is "highly likely". It has stood at this level - the second highest of five - since August 2014.

There has so far been no indication that this will change in the wake of the events in Manchester.

Shashank Joshi, senior research fellow at security think tank the Royal United Services Institute, said: "The most important point is that police have found the body of what they believe to be the lone suicide attacker.

"If they have identified him, they will be able to begin establishing his movements, his contacts, and his background.

"This, in turn, will help establish whether he acted alone, in concert with a small number of other conspirators, or as part of a larger network.

"The method of attack is likely to downgrade the likelihood that this was perpetrated by a far-right individual or group, as they have not typically used suicide bombers.

"We know that both al Qaida and Islamic State seek to conduct attacks in the UK, and that the UK's terror threat level has been at 'severe' for three years."

Commentators also pointed out that the Manchester attack took place on the fourth anniversary of the killing of Fusilier Lee Rigby in Woolwich, south-east London.

Chris Phillips, the former head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office, told BBC Radio Four's Today programme: "That may be significant as well."

Meanwhile, Greater Manchester Police have confirmed a 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the attack.