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LEFTIST HEADS EXPLODING over new The French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo has put the Belgian singer Stromae with his hit“Papaoutai”(Papa, where are you?) on its front cover, in colors of the Belgian flag, together with an array of ‘flying’ body parts labeled: “Here I am.” It’s the weekly’s way of marking the Brussels attacks in which 35 were killed.
Washington Times The slaughter in Brussels isn’t a surprise. It didn’t sneak up on anyone, undetected, and erupt suddenly, without warning. The perverse ideology that produced the mass killings has been festering there for years for all to see, feeding on itself, gathering its strength, and striking out periodically at innocent civilians. The warning bells have been clanging about Belgium, but Belgian politicians, both Flemish and French, have been too busy bickering with each other to take notice, until now. It’s the funeral bells that may have got their attention.
Molenbeek, a working class district, on the northwest edge of Brussels, home to about 95,000 people, has been a rat’s nest of Islamic radicalism for at least two decades. It is one of Europe’s “no go” zones, a Muslim enclave, unassimilated, where the government’s writ is worthless unless enforced with massive force. On a per capita basis, Molenbeek contributes more jihadi foreign fighters to Syria and Iraq by far than any other place in Europe. By July 2015, about 120 of them had returned from the fight, many to Molenbeek. What did Belgium’s politicians think these battle-hardened fighters were up to?
Mini Elali, 27, claims she was approached by a man at Lidcombe Station in Sydney’s inner west today. She believes she was targeted because she was wearing a Muslim supremacist headbag.
AU News “I was changing trains to go to Strathfield,” she said. “I was waiting on Platform 3 for my train and a man came and stood in front of me, very close.”She turned away and ignored him before he made the offensive remark.
“I was shocked and replied, ‘What?’ He repeated the question. I answered, ‘How would I know?’ He looked annoyed at my answer and stayed standing next to me. He was just staring at me.
“He looked angry and I was going to just walk away. But I was attacked in 2011 in (nearby) Burwood and I didn’t have a photo of my attacker for police, so I made sure to get a photo this time.”
Ms Elali, who lives in the Lidcombe-Auburn area, has worn a headbagfor seven years. She says it’s insulting to be asked to condemn Islamic State because she considers that an attack on her humanity.
“It made me feel upset, he insinuated I was a terrorist. And I find that offensive … I’m sick of being asked continuously to condemn ISIS and other similar groups. Of course I condemn them. (Talk is cheap)“Asking me and any Muslim to condemn them implies that we condone what they do.”
Following the confrontation, Ms Elali took the photograph to Auburn Police. She says she does not expect much to happen but wants her complaint recorded “because I was sick of these things happening.”
“I don’t like the concept of tolerance. Tolerance implies different ethnic and religious groups are something to be tolerated. I don’t want to be tolerated. I want to be respected as a human being.(But as everyone knows, Muslims are the most intolerant and intolerable people on earth)
And if you believe this, there’s a bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you