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    Quote Originally Posted by Capablanca-Fan View Post
    Protections against what? Oh that's right, all these Anglican and Buddhist terrorists.
    Right-wing Christian terrorists are a definite danger, as we've just seen in the US.

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    The Australian is a right-wing site? What does that make The Age, ABC?
    Your quote didn't come directly from The Australian, and it was from an opinion column, not the primary source. Although The Australian is now effectively a right-wing money-making website anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capablanca-Fan View Post
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    So where is the Imam March in Silent Solidarity against those claiming Islam as support for terrorism?...
    How many times do they have to march?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capablanca-Fan View Post
    The site shows all this antibiblical Nazi claptrap about "blood and soil" (even its URL) and hero worship of the pagan Roman Republic, and is rabidly anti-capitalist: ... Probably this mob were the only white supremacists still in America, apart from about a few thousand who are still members of the Democrat-founded KKK.
    Maybe, but the lack of condemnation from Trump shows that they have support in the White House.

    Quote Originally Posted by Capablanca-Fan View Post
    ... So where is the Imam March in Silent Solidarity against those claiming Islam as support for terrorism?
    You mean like this one! Or how about this one from 2015?

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    Or perhaps: ... Compare that to Obamov calling the Fort Hood terrorist attack "workplace violence".
    Which it was:
    Army officials have never called the first Fort Hood mass shooting, in November 2009 — when Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan shot dozens of soldiers in what he said was an attempt to protect Taliban leaders in Afghanistan from American troops — an act of terrorism. Major Hasan was prosecuted by the Army on murder charges, not terrorism-related charges. The Army’s lead prosecutor called it “the t-word.” Throughout Major Hasan’s trial in August at Fort Hood, terrorism was never uttered in the presence of the military jury, neither by prosecutors nor by the more than 100 witnesses they called. Major Hasan was found guilty and sentenced to death.

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    Sad to report, contrary to previous police reports it appears that the chap who blew up his van outside the Australian Christian Lobby building was politically/religiously motivated in his choice of location, although his primary intention was suicide. He's pleaded not guilty by reason of mental impairment.
    Last edited by Kevin Bonham; 16-08-2017 at 11:15 PM.

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    Charlottesville Jewish Community Hires Security
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    14.8.17

    The Jewish community of Charlottesville, Virginia hired security guards for the first time in its history ahead of a far-right event that ended with a deadly attack on protesters against racism.

    Rabbi Tom Gutherz of Congregation Beth Israel told Haaretz Sunday that the move was deemed necessary ahead of Saturday, when 20-year-old white supremacist James Fields killed Heather Heyer, 32, and wounded 20 others by driving a car into a crowd of activists protesting an alt-right rally planned for the city that day. ...

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    Interesting that arson attacks on a Melbourne mosque are being treated as acts of terrorism

    Three men to be charged with terrorism offences over alleged mosque attacks
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    Three men are expected to be charged with terrorism offences following arson alleged attacks at a Melbourne mosque last year.

    Two men, aged 25 and 27, are expected to be charged with engaging in a terrorist act over a serious fire at the Imam Ali Islamic Centre on 11 December, Victoria police said on Sunday.

    A third man, a 29-year-old from Meadow Heights, is also set to be charged with engaging in a terrorist act in relation to the 11 December fire.

    He was arrested after his car was pulled over by police in Roxburgh Park late on Saturday.

    The 25 and 27-year-old men will also be charged with engaging in a terrorist act for allegedly causing a fire at the same Islamic centre on 25 November....

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    Meanwhile in Barcelona ...

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-08-2...attack/8825298

    aus boy dies.jpg

    another innocent victim of the blood thirsty ISIS
    Zero trollerance!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliott Renzies View Post
    Meanwhile in Barcelona ...

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-08-2...attack/8825298
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    another innocent victim of the blood thirsty ISIS
    A tragic ending to the story, when for days there was hope he was alive somewhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Murray View Post
    Interesting that arson attacks on a Melbourne mosque are being treated as acts of terrorism
    Allegedly Sunni extremists attacking Shias.

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