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Bombs kill 95 at pro-Kurdish rally in Turkish capital

There are Muslims, and there are bombs? Really? Wow, what a surprise! Who would have thought; Muslims and bombs? Really? I’m astonished. Why? Islam is supposed to be the religion of piss, I mean peace. What happened? How could there possibly be bombs exploding in a Muslim country?  TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Reuters



ANKARA (Reuters) – At least 95 people were killed when two suspected suicide bombers struck a rally of pro-Kurdish and labor activists outside Ankara’s main train station just weeks before elections, in the worst attack of its kind on Turkish soil.

Bodies covered by flags and banners, including those of the pro-Kurdish opposition Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), lay scattered on the road among bloodstains and body parts. The HDP blamed the government which, it said, had blood on its hands.

Footage screened by broadcaster CNN Turk showed a line of young men and women holding hands and dancing, and then flinching as a large explosion flashed behind them, engulfing people carrying HDP and leftist party banners.

“Like other terror attacks, the one at the Ankara train station targets our unity, togetherness, brotherhood and future,” said President Tayyip Erdogan, who has vowed to crush a Kurdish militant insurgency since the collapse of a ceasefire and resumption of intense violence in July.

As well as the 95 dead, 246 wounded people were still being treated, 48 of them in intensive care, the prime minister’s office said.

Witnesses said the two explosions happened seconds apart shortly after 10 a.m. as crowds, including HDP activists, leftists, labor unions and other civic groups, gathered for a planned march to protest over the deaths of hundreds since conflict resumed between security forces and the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in the mainly Kurdish southeast.

“I heard one big explosion first and tried to cover myself as the windows broke. Right away there was the second one,” said Serdar, 37, who was working at a newspaper stand in the train station. “There was shouting and crying and I stayed under the newspapers for a while. I could smell burnt flesh.”

There were no claims of responsibility for the attack, which comes as external threats mount for NATO member Turkey with increased fighting across its border with Syria and incursions by Russian warplanes on its air space over the last week.

But Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, exposing a mosaic of domestic political perils, said Islamic State, Kurdish or far-leftist militants could have carried out the bombing. He said there were strong signs two suicide bombers were responsible.

HDP leader Selahattin Demirtas blamed the government in blunt terms. He said the attack was part of the same campaign as the bombing of an HDP rally in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir on the eve of June elections and a suicide bombing blamed on Islamic State in Suruc near the Syrian border in July, which killed 33 mostly young pro-Kurdish activists.

“The government’s right and chance to hum and haw has long expired. You are murderers. Your hand is bloody. Blood has splattered from your face, your mouth to your nails and all over you. You are the biggest supporters of terror,” he told reporters in comments broadcast on the internet.

The HDP argues that Erdogan seeks to undermine its support and increase backing for his AK Party in elections due on Nov. 1 by associating it with PKK violence and factional infighting, a link the party denies strongly.

Sources in Erdogan’s office said U.S. President Barack Obama called the president on Saturday evening to convey his condolences, condemn the attack and stress that Washington would continue to stand beside Turkey in its fight against terror.


Davutoglu accused Demirtas, whose party garnered support from largely left-leaning voters beyond its Kurdish base to enter parliament in June, of “open provocation”.

Some activists saw the hand of the state in all three attacks on Kurdish interests, accusing Erdogan and the AK Party he founded of seeking to stir up nationalist sentiment, a charge Turkey’s leaders have vehemently rejected.

Labor unions which helped organize the rally hit by the bombs called a two-day strike for Oct 12-13, although such calls have not always been widely followed in the past.

The scale of casualties exceeded attacks in 2003, when two synagogues, the Istanbul HSBC Bank headquarters and the British consulate were hit with a total loss of 62 lives. Authorities said those incidents bore the hallmarks of al Qaeda.

Turkey has been on alert since starting a “synchronized war on terror” in July, including air strikes against Islamic State fighters in Syria and PKK bases in northern Iraq. It has rounded up hundreds of suspected Kurdish and Islamist militants at home.

Hours after the bombing, the PKK as widely expected beforehand ordered its fighters to halt operations in Turkey unless they faced attack. It said it would avoid acts that could hinder a “fair and just election” on Nov. 1.

Renewed conflict in the southeast had raised questions over how Turkey can hold a credible election in violence-hit areas but the government has so far said the vote will go ahead.

Davutoglu invited the leaders of the main opposition CHP and nationalist MHP to a meeting on Sunday to discuss the events, his office said. Nationalist leader Devlet Bahceli declined.


Turkey’s problems have been compounded over the last week by Russia’s launching of air strikes in neighboring Syria that could further swell a refugee population of over two million on Turkish soil. Turkey has protested to Moscow over incursions into its air space by Russian warplanes.

“This brutal terrorist attack on peaceful demonstrators is also an assault on the democratic process in Turkey which I vehemently condemn,” German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said.

The attacks come three weeks ahead of an election at which the AKP is trying to claw back its majority. In June polls, the party lost the overall majority it had held since 2002, partly because of the electoral success of the HDP, which Erdogan accuses of links to the PKK. The HDP denies the charge and says it seeks improved Kurdish minority rights by democratic means.

Designated a terrorist group by Turkey, the United States and the European Union, the PKK launched a separatist insurgency in 1984 in which more than 40,000 people have been killed.

It has since reduced its demands to greater rights for the Kurdish minority; but Ankara fears a link-up between Kurdish militants in Turkey and Kurdish groups in Iraq and Syria that could lead to demands for a separate Kurdish state.

The state launched peace talks with the PKK’s jailed leader Abdullah Ocalan in 2012 and the latest in a series of ceasefires had been holding until the violence flared again in July.

(Additional reporting by Orhan Coskun in Ankara, Daren Butler, Osman Orsal and Asli Kandemir in Istanbul; Writing by Nick Tattersall; Editing by Ralph Boulton and David Evans)

India protests to Saudi after maid’s hand chopped off

Barbarians!!! Muslims are barbarians! And no country is more barbaric than Saudi Arabia. But, at the end of the day, who cares? The answer is, nobody.

American dick-head apologists, who have sawdust in their brains, continue to suck up to Muslims. “Moderate” Muslims in the United States, naturally, are silent. They know they belong to the religion of filth, but continue with their idiotic daily prayers and all the rest of their bronze-age rituals.

At the end of the day, nobody gives a sh*t whether a woman’s hand is chopped off anymore than whether someone’s head is chopped off. Anything is acceptable in the name of Islam – especially in this politically-correct, pussyfied nation known as the United States of Islam. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press


Indian women protest near the Saudi Arabian embassy in New Delhi on September 10, 2015 after the mission's first secretary was accused of holding captive and raping two Nepalese maids in his home

New Delhi (AFP) – India said Friday it had lodged a protest with authorities in Riyadh after a maid from Tamil Nadu allegedly had her hand chopped off by her Saudi employer for complaining about her work conditions.

India’s foreign minister deplored a “brutal” attack on 55-year-old Kasthuri Munirathinam, who is being treated at a hospital in Riyadh, and which comes weeks after a Saudi diplomat based in New Delhi was accused of rape.

“Chopping of (the) hand of (an) Indian lady — we are very much disturbed over the brutal manner in which (this) Indian lady has been treated in Saudi Arabia,” Sushma Swaraj said on Twitter.

“This is unacceptable. We have taken this up with Saudi authorities,” Swaraj added.

A spokesman for the foreign ministry confirmed that Indian diplomats in Riyadh had lodged a formal complaint at the Saudi foreign ministry.

Munirathinam, who comes from a village in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, had suffered a catalogue of abuse since taking up a post as a domestic worker in Saudi Arabia three months ago, according to her family.

“Her right hand was chopped off by her employer when she tried to escape the daily harassment, torture and abysmal work conditions,” her sister S. Vijayakumari told AFP by phone from Tamil Nadu’s capital Chennai.

Vijayakumari said that her sister had gone to Saudi Arabia to help pay off her family’s debts and she had been promised a monthly salary of around 180 dollars.

“But she was not paid, she was barely given enough to eat and not even allowed to speak to her family … Now she only wants to come home,” Vijayakumari said.

The family says that problems started for Munirathinam — who was one of five domestic workers in the same household — after she complained to the local authorities about her situation.

Footage of Munirathinam lying in her Saudi hospital bed was broadcast by several Indian media outlets.

Foreign ministry spokesman Vikas Swarup confirmed to AFP that Munirathinam was still recuperating in the Riyadh hospital but said that efforts were being made to bring her home.

“We are in touch with the woman, hospital and the local police authorities. She will get all possible legal and other help from the embassy,” Swarup said.

Hundreds of thousands of Indian migrants work in households in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries but complaints about their treatment by their employers often make headlines back home.

A video showing a male Indian worker being beaten by his Saudi employer went viral in September, sparking a widespread backlash on social media.

There was also widespread anger last month when the first secretary at the Saudi embassy left India under diplomatic immunity after being accused of holding captive and raping two Nepalese maids in his home.


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Sam Harris and Dave Rubin Talk Religion, Politics, Free Speech (Full Interview)

As always, an interesting conversation with Sam Harris. TGO

Video: YouTube


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Sam Harris Response to Reza Aslan Calling Him a Fundamentalist Atheist

Sam Harris is a man of intelligence, objectivity, logic and common sense. These are certainly rare attributes to possess. Similarly, it is quite difficult to favorably argue against such an individual and win the argument. It is quite obvious that Reza Aslan is not in Sam’s league. But then, what can one expect from someone born a Muslim in Iran, who later became an evangelical Christian before returning to Islam. TGO

Video: YouTube


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Bill Maher reads from The Purpose Driven Life

This is hilarious. It shows just how idiotic religious people of any faith can be. They will believe anything, and I mean anything… TGO

Video: YouTube

Iraq car bombs kill 50, rare attack in south

KABOOM! KABOOM! KABOOM! Not one, not two, but three car bombs this time around. These Muslims just love those bombs… They make bombs like the Japanese make cars. They just love blowing things up, especially people. The stench of burning bodies, the site of shattered bones and of blood oozing out of bodies must really turn these indoctrinated, mindless imbeciles on. Stupid bastards; they kill these innocent people because they don’t believe the same silly superstitions that they believe. If it wasn’t so tragic it would be really, really funny. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press


 Fighters from the Abbas battalion of the Shiite Popular Mobilisation units march during a military parade in the southern Iraqi city of Basra on September 26, 2015

Baghdad (AFP) – Three car bombs killed at least 50 people in Iraq Monday, including 35 in a single blast north of Baghdad and 10 in a rare attack in the south, officials said.

The bombing in Zubayr, near Basra in southern Iraq, was claimed by the Sunni extremist Islamic State group, which has controlled swathes of the country since last year but was thought to have little reach in the deep Shiite south.

“At least 10 people were killed” in Zubayr, said Jabbar al-Saadi of the Basra provincial council’s security committee, adding that 24 people were wounded.

The explosion, which occurred around 5:30 pm (1430 GMT), rocked a market area known as Souk al-Halaqin in Zubayr, just 10 kilometres (six miles) southwest of the oil hub of Basra, he said.

Bombings are rare in Iraq’s south, which is predominantly Shiite and hard to penetrate for Sunni jihadist groups responsible for most such attacks in Baghdad and other parts of the country.

“The soldiers of the caliphate managed to detonate a parked car bomb amidst a gathering of polytheist Rafidha in Basra,” said the IS claim posted on social media.

IS routinely uses the term Rafidha to refer to Shiite Muslims.

The Basra region has been spared the violence unleashed on other parts of Iraq by IS since last year, but feuding between rival Shiite armed groups and criminal gangs has risen lately.

Two other car bombs went off in areas north of Baghdad that have been routinely targeted by the jihadists.

A blast in a market area of Khalis, around 55 kilometres from the capital, killed at least 35 people and wounded 74, a senior police officer said.

Local councillor Uday al-Hadran as well as medical sources in Khalis and in the provincial capital Baquba confirmed the casualty toll.

Diyala, a religiously and ethnically mixed province that IS partly took over last year, was declared liberated by the government in January.

The jihadists, who consider Shiites heretics, no longer have fixed positions in the province, but have reverted to their old tactics of planting car bombs and carrying out suicide operations or hit-and-run attacks.

In Hosseiniyah, barely 20 kilometres (12 miles) north of Baghdad, a car bomb detonated in a busy area, killing five people and wounding at least 17, a police colonel said.

According to figures released by the UN Mission in Iraq on Thursday, 717 Iraqis were killed and 1,216 wounded in acts of terrorism, violence and armed conflict in September.

The Baghdad governorate alone accounted for 257 of the deaths.

The United Nations says its figures account only for the casualties that can be verified, and are likely to be far below reality.

AP count puts Saudi hajj disaster toll at over 1,100 killed

All of these deaths were unnecessary. But, as always, ignorant people continue to put themselves in harms way. And as seems to inevitably happen, religion is at the core of the tragedy.  

Just think about it, two million people packed like sardines in what is basically a confined area. All that is needed is one minor occurrence before all hell breaks loose and a human stampede occurs.

The irony of it all is that the Islamic God, Allah, did not help his own people when tragedy struck. Hmmm, maybe there is no God. But don’t tell that to these mindless people. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press 

Members of Iran's Revolutionary Guard carry the flag draped coffin of a pilgrim who was killed during the hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia last month as thousands of mourners attend funeral services for some of the victims, in Tehran, Iran, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015. Iran has blamed Saudi authorities for the disaster, which heightened tensions between the two regional rivals. Saudi authorities say 769 pilgrims died in the stampede near Mecca in the worst disaster to strike the annual pilgrimage in a quarter-century. Iran appears to have lost the largest number of pilgrims, with at least 464 dead. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The number of pilgrims killed in the Saudi hajj disaster near the holy city of Mecca rose on Monday to over 1,100 dead, according to an Associated Press count.

Saudi officials have said their official figure of 769 killed and 934 injured in Mina remains accurate, though an investigation into the Sept. 24 stampede is ongoing.

The total figure could be even larger as the AP survey covered only 16 of the more than 180 countries that sent some 2 million pilgrims to the annual pilgrimage, a pillar of Islamic faith.

Saudi authorities have said the disaster in Mina happened as two waves of pilgrims converged on a narrow road, causing hundreds of people to suffocate or be trampled to death. In previous years, the hajj has drawn more than 3 million pilgrims without any major incidents.

But even before this year’s hajj began, disaster struck Mecca as a construction crane crashed into the Grand Mosque on Sept. 11, killing at least 111 people.

The AP count of the dead, which now is at least 1,112, includes countries that have offered formal statements through hajj commissions or in state media broadcasts, saying specifically the deceased were killed in Mina.

Iran had 465 of its pilgrims killed, while Egypt had 146 and Indonesia 100.

Other countries that have given their death tolls are Pakistan with 75; Nigeria 64; Mali 60; India 58; Cameroon 42; Bangladesh 41; Algeria 18; Ethiopia 13; Chad 11; Kenya eight; Senegal five and Morocco and Turkey each with three. Hundreds remain missing.

The deadliest disaster to strike the hajj was in 1990, when a stampede killed 1,426 people at an overcrowded pedestrian tunnel leading to holy sites in Mecca.


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Pat Condell: The Invasion of Europe

As always, Pat Condell is right on point with his views on the current wave of immigration in Europe (and all that will undoubtedly follow) as Europe will over time become a cesspool, just as Iraq, Syria and most other Islamic countries currently are. TGO

Video: YouTube


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Gunman in Oregon college massacre committed suicide

It is almost impossible to stop these nut-jobs from going on shooting sprees. And to all of you mindless liberals out there, gun control will solve nothing and is not an option as people will always have access to guns, especially criminals. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Reuters



ROSEBURG, Ore. (Reuters) – The gunman who killed his English professor and eight others at an Oregon community college committed suicide after a shootout with police who arrived within five minutes and exchanged fire with him almost immediately, authorities said.

Investigators had previously said the 26-year-old shooter was killed by the officers who raced to the rampage at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, which ranks as the deadliest among dozens of U.S. mass shootings in the past two years.

Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin told a news conference on Saturday the state medical examiner had determined that the gunman, Christopher Harper-Mercer, took his own life.

Releasing a timeline of the massacre’s first hour, Hanlin said two Roseburg police officers were on the scene within five minutes, and reported to dispatch that they engaged the gunman just two minutes later. Hanlin said they “neutralized” him.

“Officers responded immediately … there was an exchange of gunfire, (and) the shooter was neutralized,” the sheriff said. “As far as the very specific information regarding whether it was an officer’s bullet or his own bullet, we aren’t prepared at this time to discuss.”

Harper-Mercer was officially identified on Friday as the assailant who survivors said stormed into the classroom of his introductory writing class on Thursday and shot the professor at point-blank range, before picking off other victims one at a time as he questioned each about their religion and whether they were Christians.

Authorities have disclosed little of what they may know about the gunman’s motives.

Citing unnamed sources, CNN said he left a statement that showed animosity toward blacks. An FBI spokeswoman declined to comment on the investigation.

Bonnie Schaan, mother of 16-year-old Cheyeanne Fitzgerald who was shot in the attack, said her daughter told her the shooter chose a male student and handed him an envelope.

“She was right there,” Schaan told reporters. “He (the gunman) called the one guy, gave him the envelope and told him to go to the corner of the classroom because obviously he was going to be the one that was going to be telling the story.”

Asked if the shooter had given anything to anyone at the scene, Sheriff Hanlin said he did not know.


In a brief statement on Saturday, the gunman’s family said they were “shocked and deeply saddened by the horrific events.”

“They talk about gun control. Every time something like this happens, they talk about it, and nothing is done … It has to change,” Mercer said, adding that he had “no idea” his son owned any guns.

The New York Daily News reported that the gunman’s mother, Laurel Harper, had stockpiled firearms, fearing stricter gun laws and had sought out a shooting range that would let her and her son shoot without supervision.

Shelly Steele, who hired Harper, a nurse, to care for her own son, told the newspaper Harper “said she had multiple guns and believed wholeheartedly in the Second Amendment and wanted to get all the guns she could before someone outlawed them.”

Harper also told her Harper-Mercer was “sickly” as a child, had “mental problems” growing up and suffered from Asperger’s Syndrome.

Late on Friday, it emerged Harper-Mercer was once turned away from a Los Angeles-area firearms academy by an instructor who told Reuters he found him “weird” and “a little bit too anxious” for high-level weapons training.

He had a month-long stint in the Army in 2008 and a preoccupation with weaponry that dated back at least two years.

At some point, Harper-Mercer, who identified himself as “mixed race” on a social networking site, appeared to have been sympathetic to the Irish Republican Army, a militant group that waged a violent campaign to drive the British from Northern Ireland. On an undated Myspace page, he posted photos of masked IRA gunmen carrying assault rifles.

His victims were named on Friday, and aged from 18 to 67. Five wounded remain hospitalized, three in critical condition.

One of those wounded, Chris Mintz, 30, a U.S. Army veteran who served in Iraq, was credited with probably saving lives when he stopped the gunman from entering another classroom before police arrived. Mintz drew fire that left him with seven bullet wounds and two broken legs, according to his former girlfriend.

By mid-afternoon on Saturday, a GoFundMe site set up by Mintz’s cousin to help pay for his treatment and recovery had received more than $660,000 in donations.

(Additional reporting by Eric M. Johnson and Jane Ross in Roseburg, Alex Dobuzinskis in Los Angeles, Barbara Goldberg and Katie Reilly, Doina Chiacu in Washington, Suzannah Gonzalez in Chicago, Shelby Sebens in Portland; Writing by Steve Gorman and Daniel Wallis; Editing by Bernard Orr and Clarence Fernandez)


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