PA TV Ramadan Lesson Teaches That Islam Prohibits Israel’s Right To Exist

Head of the Waqf’s Al-Aqsa Academy of Heritage and Antiquities Najeh Bakirat: "Every grain of soil in Palestine (i.e., including all of Israel) is ours. The status of Hebron is part of the status of Palestine, as it is an integral part of the Palestinian land, like the status of Nazareth in our eyes, and Acre, Haifa, and Jaffa (i.e., all are cities in Israel). Every grain of soil in Palestine is part of the blessed Palestine, the holy Palestine which is a waqf. Therefore it is forbidden to relinquish a single grain of its soil."
[Official PA TV, Palestine in the Quran, June 11, 2016]

A waqf is an inalienable religious endowment in Islamic law.

The presenter, Najeh Bakirat, is listed as the director of this PA TV program and also appears on the show as one of the presenters.

Iraqi Cleric Al-Kubeisi: ISIS Controlled By Netanyahu; Al-Baghdadi Stupid, Can't Be Held Accountable

In a recent TV interview, Sunni Iraqi cleric Sheikh Ahmad Al-Kubeisi said that ISIS was an asset in the hands of Netanyahu, who "holds the remote control" and "gives orders to all the rulers of America, Europe, and elsewhere" and that the Jews are the masters of the land today. Al-Kubeisi further said that his fatwa ruling that people killed fighting ISIS were martyrs did not apply to the mostly-Shiite militia Popular Mobilization Units, because they "are killing Muslims just because they are Sunnis." Asked about Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, he said that he was "so stupid that when he was detained in Camp Bucca... they used him as a scarecrow and then chucked him into the garbage." The interview aired on the Iraqi Sumaria TV channel on June 11, 2016.

Egypt: Muslim Mob Loots, Torches Christian Homes Over Rumors Of Church Construction

From International Christian Concern:
06/20/2016 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that a Muslim mob looted and torched Christian property and homes in Al-Beida village, Egypt on June 17, after rumors spread of a Christian-owned building being turned into a local church. More than 80 Christian families were affected by the attack last Friday, leaving hundreds afraid and without a place to conduct their Christian worship.

“On Friday afternoon, following Friday noon prayer, a great deal of fanatic Muslims gathered in the front of the new house of my cousin, Naim Aziz, during its construction because of a rumor spread in the village that this building would be turned into a church,” explained Christian resident, Mousa Zarif. “They were chanting slogans against us. Among these slogans were. ‘By no means shall there be a church here.’”

Christian residents of Al-Beida do not have a local church. In fact, they are forced to worship at the Holy Virgin and the Archangel Michael Coptic Orthodox Church which is seven kilometers away. The presumed church construction of Naim Aziz’s property was actually the construction of Aziz’s personal home.

The angry mob attacked the building and destroyed all of the construction materials. They then attacked Naim and his brother, Mousa, leaving both men injured. After this, the mob turned their wrath on the Christian homes adjacent to the building, hurling rocks, looting houses and setting fire to any Christian property in their wake. The damages are estimated to be around 500,000 Egyptian pounds.

“They also intercepted the car of Fr. Karas Naser, the priest of Holy Virgin and the Archangel Michael Coptic Church when he arrived at the village,” Zarif continued. “They attacked him but some moderate Muslims intervened, rescuing him from their hands and getting him out of the car.”

When police arrived on the scene they were unable to protect the Christians from the ongoing assaults. The Muslim mob continued to set homes and cars on fire in the presence of the police, unabated. The mob terrorized residents by gathering outside of Christian doors to perform their afternoon prayers on loudspeakers aimed at the houses, all in the presence of the security forces.

In the end, police arrested six Muslim men, all of whom were released by that evening, and six Christian men, who were released on bail the following day. The police station in Amirya charged the Christian men with erecting a building without permit and holding prayers without permission….

Saudis Kept 2 Jihad Groups With Ties To Huma Abedin Off US Terror List

From Jihad Watch:
What will a Hillary Clinton presidency look like? This Saudi clout will not end. The influence of Muslim groups that do not have our best interests at heart over our domestic and foreign policy will not end. The denial and willful ignorance about the jihad threat will not end. The Muslim migrant influx, bringing untold numbers of jihad murderers into the U.S., will not end. Many, many more Americans will be killed in jihad terror attacks. 
“Saudis Kept Two Terror Groups Off U.S. List,” by Matthew Vadum, FrontPage, June 20, 2016:
The Saudi Arabian government apparently had so much clout with previous U.S. administrations that they refused to designate as terrorist organizations two terror-funding Islamofascist groups linked to Huma Abedin, now the vice-chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

Abedin is joined at the hip to Hillary. She is to Mrs. Clinton what Valerie Jarrett is to President Obama.

That two deadly terrorist groups avoided proper scrutiny for years is a chilling reminder of how close Mrs. Clinton’s political network is to the brutal Muslim Brotherhood, possibly the Left’s favorite Islamist operation. It also underlines the extent to which Islamist enemies of the United States have infiltrated the American political establishment. And it takes on added importance now that polls show the pathologically dishonest Alinskyite radical who wrote the communitarian manifesto It Takes A Village has a significant lead over presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Sifting through archived media reports, Breitbart’s Lee Stranahan discovered it was known in the weeks following the 9/11 attacks that the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO) and its parent entity the Muslim World League (MWL), both of which are directly funded by Saudi authorities, were financial backers of al-Qaeda.

“The Saudis have probably done more to penetrate Al Qaeda than any other foreign intelligence service, but Al Qaeda in turn has penetrated the Saudi regime,” Newsweek reported the month after 9/11.

Although the IIRO, whose website calls the group the International Islamic Relief Organization of Saudi Arabia (IIROSA), and MWL “have been used by bin Laden to finance his operations,” they were “left off the list of groups sanctioned by the United States last week, U.S. officials hinted … in order to avoid embarrassing the Saudi government.”

The League acknowledges on its website that it is “engaged in propagating the religion of Islam” and “elucidating its principles and tenets.” It also engages in strategic lying, known in the Islamic world as taqiyya. The League “is well known for rejecting all acts of violence and promoting dialogue with the people of other cultures,” its website claims, adding that it does “not intend to undermine, dominate or practice hegemony over anyone else.”

It claims on the site that it has “external centers,” “external offices,” and “Islamic centers” in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Burundi, Canada, Congo, Denmark, Egypt, France, Hungary, Indonesia, Italy, Jordan, Malaysia, Mozambique, Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, United Kingdom, and other countries.

IIRO describes itself as “a charity organization emanating from the Muslim World League.”

Its annual report from 2011/2012 indicates that “thousands of mosques have been built with an average of one mosque a day” and that it has “1,222 staff” worldwide. Under its “Holy Qur’an and Da’wa Program” it has “8,044 male and female students memorizing Qur’an and learning Islamic studies in 306 centres and Qur’an circles.” IIRO has “304 Qur’an teachers and supervisors” in “these centres in 29 countries around the world” and sponsors “338 Islamic preachers” in those 29 countries.

Clinton protégé and campaign vice-chairman Huma Abedin, her parents, and her siblings all have intimate ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. The Muslim World League has reportedly taken in more than $1.3 billion since 1962 from the Saudi government to promote Wahhabism. The League, warns Andrew C. McCarthy, is the Brotherhood’s “principal vehicle for the international propagation of Islamic supremacist ideology.”

Abedin, who is married to disgraced former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.), has never publicly explained her disturbing connections to the people who killed 3,000 Americans on 9/11 or why, despite those ties, she ought to be trusted with state secrets. And when courageous politicians like former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) have tried to sound the alarm about who Abedin really is, they have been relentlessly mocked by the media and politicians from both parties. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) famously suffered from an acute outbreak of faux chivalry on the Senate floor when congressional colleagues dared to ask legitimate questions about Abedin’s loyalty to this country.

Few recall that when Bill Clinton was president in 1996, the CIA believed the International Islamic Relief Organization helped to underwrite six terrorist training facilities in Afghanistan. Harper’s reported in 2004 that the former head of IIRO’s office in the Philippines, who happened to be Obama bin Laden’s brother-in-law, “had been linked to plots to ‘target the pope and U.S. airlines.’”

The year 1996 was also eventful for Abedin. That year the young Michigan-born woman returned to the U.S. after years of living with her jihadist parents and soaking up the militant Islamic culture of Saudi Arabia. She promptly began working for then-first lady Hillary as an intern in the White House. At the same time Abedin was a member of the executive board of the George Washington University chapter of the Muslims Students Association, which was created by the MWL in the 1960s. In 1996 Abedin also began working as assistant editor at the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, an Islamist publication of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA).

The Institute was founded in 1979 by the entrepreneurial Islamist Abdullah Omar Naseef who at the time was vice president of the prestigious King Abdulaziz University in Saudi Arabia. Naseef, who became MWL secretary-general in 1983, hired the late Dr. Zyed Abedin, Huma’s father, as managing editor of the Journal, and the Abedins relocated to the repressive Saudi kingdom. Huma’s mother is the publication’s editor-in-chief and her brother and sister also work there as editors.

The Harper’s article from 12 years ago added that the U.S. intelligence community believed MWL employees took part in the bombing of two U.S. embassies in Africa in 1998. Even though both MWL and IIRO funded al-Qaeda, Newsweek reported in October 2001, the Bush administration “left the two organizations off the list of designated terrorist groups in order to spare the Saudi government from embarrassment.” It’s not clear why the Clinton administration suppressed the truth about the two organizations.

Stranahan is optimistic that despite the frantic lies of the Left, the facts about Hillary and Huma will receive proper attention in the current election cycle.

“Defenders of Clinton and Abedin have attempted to spin concerns about Abedin’s disturbing connections as a crazed right-wing conspiracy theory, but the facts are coming out, and with America focused on the presidential race and terrorism, it is just a matter of time before the truth comes out.”

Meanwhile, even as the nation grieves for the 49 innocent Americans gunned down June 12 by Muslim terrorist Omar Mateen at a gay club in Orlando, Fla., members of the media seem blissfully unaware that for five years Hillary Clinton had a real live jihad-loving terrorist on the payroll at her family foundation.

Gehad el-Haddad, an Islamic terrorist leader who jumped straight from his job at the terrorist-friendly international cash-for-favors clearinghouse known as the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation to a post with Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, received a life sentence back home last year for seditious Islamist activities.

The professional propagandist may have learned about forcing Sharia law on Egyptians while he was “city director,” a senior communications post, at the Clintons’ charity from August 2007 to August 2012. (Note: Gehad is the Egyptian version of the Arabic word jihad.) Haddad was the lead English-language spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood and a frequent apologist for the since-ousted President Mohamed Morsi’s violent crackdowns on civil liberties. He put his spin doctoring skills to use downplaying Brotherhood supporters’ attacks on women and children.

Hillary Clinton, of course, headed the U.S. Department of State during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011 that ousted longtime U.S. ally and anti-Islamist Hosni Mubarak and cleared the way for Morsi, an Obama ally.

It beggars belief that Clinton didn’t know about Haddad’s employment with the Brotherhood. A mere month after Haddad quit his Clinton Foundation job for full-time employment with the Brotherhood in 2012, Morsi received an invitation to deliver a major address at the Clinton Global Initiative, a high-profile project of the foundation.

These things are all just incredible coincidences, Clinton’s defenders will insist.

Pakistani Man Beats Sister To Death Over Marriage Argument

From CNN:
A Pakistani man has beaten his teenage sister to death, smashing her skull with a large wooden stick, because he didn't want her to marry her boyfriend.

Police said Anum Masih, 19, was murdered by her brother Saqib Masih, 21, on the evening of June 10.
"She wanted to marry, we didn't agree on this wedding. We were arguing," Saqib told CNN from a police cell in the city of Sialkot.
"She was my sister. I didn't mean to kill her. I've been crying ever since. She was my sister."

A family photograph of Anum of shows a young woman smiling, long dark hair and her eyes hidden behind a pair of black sunglasses.
Yousuf Masih, the victim's father, said that he was against the match because the two families were related.
"They started arguing. He hit her with the stick, he has no intention to kill her, " the father told CNN.
"Things just got out of hand, he reacted in anger. In the end I guess it did become an issue of honor."
He added that he filed the police report against his own son.

Violence against women is rampant in Pakistan, according to the independent Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.
It said that in the first five months of 2016, as many as 212 women were killed in the name of 'honor'. In a case earlier this month, a Pakistani teen was burned to death by her mother and brother for eloping against their wishes.

The crimes originate from tribal and cultural practices and are often meted out as punishment for behavior viewed as bringing dishonor to a family or village.
Honor killings in Pakistan's Christian community, of which the Masih family is a part of, are "extremely rare", says Peter Jacob, a minority rights activist and secretary at the National Commission for Justice and Peace.

The death of Anum, he says, showed that Christians weren't immune to this custom.
"The incident in Sialkot shows that not only the peer pressures but cultural norms and patterns have crept into minority communities as well," he said.
Pakistan's population is 95% Muslim.

Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan's Prime Minister, has vowed to tackle the problem of honor killings, but critics say few concrete steps have been taken.
"There is no honor in honor killing, in fact there can be nothing more degrading than to engage in brutal murder and to refer to it as honor," he said in a press statement five months ago.

On the walls of Anum's spartan family home are pictures of Jesus and Mary. Beneath them her mother weeps.
Sajilia Masih, told CNN, she wasn't home when the murder took place. She has two other children, who weren't involved in the incident.
"He had no intention to kill her. I guess what happened, happened. I want my son to be released, he is my child after all."

German Teen Who Stabbed Police Officer In Isil Attack

From Telegraph:
German teenage girl who seriously injured a police officer in a stabbing inspired by Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil) told a British friend of the planned attack in advance, it has emerged.

The 15-year-old, named only as Safia S under German privacy laws, is in prison awaiting trial for the February attack, in which she stabbed a police officer in the neck in Hannover station.

“I'm going to surprise the infidels, if you know what I mean,” she reportedly wrote to a British friend in an internet chat ahead of the attack.

“U know Popcorn. It blows up,” she added in a message accompanied with smileys. The British girl has not been named, but is believed to be also in her teens. She has been identified only by her online chat name of “Ameena”. It is not clear if this is also her real name.

Her involvement emerged in a report for Spiegel magazine which cited sources close to the German police investigation.

Both girls planned to travel to Syria to join Isil but “Ameena” backed out, according to the report. Safia S attempted to reach Syria but was prevented by her mother, who followed her to Turkey and brought her back to Germany.

Safia S, the child of a German father who converted to Islam and a Moroccan mother, is believed to have been radicalised in Germany. In January she forged permission from her father to travel alone and flew to Istanbul. She was expecting to meet Ameena there but the British girl did not turn up.

“Sister, I was so bad, forgive me for Allah's sake,” Ameena wrote to her. “I'm confused and paranoid and thought you weren’t serious.”

“Please come, sister,” Safia S wrote. “I don’t want to be alone here.”

After her mother came to Istanbul to take her home, Safia S wrote to a male friend in Germany talking of her intention to  carry out a “martyr operation in Germany”. “Brother, I spoke with people from Syria, high officials in the [Isil] government,” she wrote. “They told me, it’s more effective.”

Safia S has denied she was planning to join Isil. She told police investigators she had gone to Turkey “on holiday” and “did not care for” the jihadists.

She has apologised for the attack. She claimed she had “no idea” why she had attacked the police officer. She said she felt “watched” and discriminated against as a Muslim, and “overreacted”.

Suicide Attack Kills Three At Christian Massacre Memorial

From Alarabiya:
Three people were killed in northeast Syria on Sunday when a suicide bomber attacked an event commemorating the massacre of Christians more than a century ago, state media and a security source said.

The attack in the city of Qamishli took place as locals gathered at a hall to commemorate the deaths of tens of thousands of Christians by the Ottoman army starting in 1915 in what is known as the Sayfo (“Sword”) massacre.

A photographer working with AFP and attending the event said he heard the blast and saw pieces of flesh lying next to damaged cars.

“The suicide attacker tried to enter the hall where people were gathered but was stopped by local security forces, and he detonated himself among them,” a security source at the scene told AFP.

The security forces belonged to the Sotoro, a Christian militia based in Syria’s northeast.

“Three Sotoro members were killed and five wounded,” the security source said.

One Sotoro member told AFP that the suicide bomber “detonated himself near our checkpoint after he couldn’t reach his real target, Patriarch Ignatius.”

Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II is the head of the Syriac Orthodox church and was leading the commemoration.

Syria’s state news agency SANA also reported three people killed in a “terrorist suicide explosion” in
Qamishli but did not specify whether they were civilians or security forces.

Situated along the border with Turkey, Qamishli has been regularly targeted by suicide bombings, many of which have been claimed by the ISIS jihadist group.

Control of the Kurdish-majority city is split between Kurdish militia and pro-government fighters.

Syriac Christians belong to the eastern Christian tradition and pray in Aramaic. They include both Orthodox and Catholic branches, and constitute around 15 percent of Syria’s 1.2 million Christians.

Mother Of Palestinian Who Killed Two Israeli Rabbis Makes Victory Sign At Site Of Attack

From The-Tower:
The mother of a Palestinian who murdered two Israelis in the Old City of Jerusalem last October was photographed flashing a victory sign when revisiting the site of the deadly attack, Israel Hayom reported Thursday.

Suhair Halabi has been outspoken in her support of her son Muhannad, a member of Palestinian Islamic Jihad who murdered Rabbi Aharon Banita and seriously injured his wife Adele their two-year-old son as the family was going to pray at the Western Wall. Muhannad Halabi also killed Rabbi Nehemiah Lavi, an Old City resident who ran out with a handgun to assist the family once he heard the commotion.

Adele Banita said that nearby Palestinians watched the attack without interfering, with one youth slapping her while she was on the ground and another telling her to “drop dead” when she asked him to help her escape with her wounded son and infant daughter.

Halabi was shot dead by security forces on the scene, prompting the Palestinian Authority to condemn Israel for its “policy of escalation” and call for international intervention. The PA’s statement failed to mention that Halabi murdered two people, let alone condemnation of his attack.

“I will always be proud that my son sacrificed his life for the liberation of his homeland,” said Suhair Halabi after Muhannad carried out the killings. The Surda-Abu Qash municipality in the northern West Bank decided to rename a street after Muhannad on October 13, less than 10 days after the attack. The mayor of the municipality, where a memorial to the terrorist was erected, called him “a pride and badge of honor for the whole village.”

Halabi was also praised by the PA Bar Association, which awarded him a law degree posthumously, as well as by Sultan Abu Al-Einein, an advisor to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who wrote in a Facebook post, “We loved you, Muhannad. We loved you, while you sowed life for all Palestinians.” At a rally held in honor of the terrorist, Jamal Muhaisen, an official in the PA’s ruling Fatah party, declared that Palestinian men have a right “to cause Israeli women to cry.” Abbas and other leading Palestinian officials have been accused of inciting violence against Israelis.

Palestinian activists have raised more than $63,000 to rebuild the Halabis’ house after it was demolished by Israel. House demolitions are intended to serve as an economic deterrent to carrying out terrorist attacks, which the PA rewards with salaries.

A poll conducted over the first three months of 2016 found that over 60 percent of Palestinians approve of “armed attacks against Israeli civilians inside Israel.”

Family Kills Seven Months Pregnant Woman 'For Honor'

From Dawn:

Relatives slit the throat of a young mother, who was pregnant with her second child after she married against their will, officials said Friday, the latest in a spate of so-called “honour killings”.

Muqaddas Bibi, a resident of Butranwali near Gujranwala, married Taufiq Ahmed three years ago in defiance of her family, who considered a marriage for love ─ rather than an arranged marriage ─ shameful, police investigator Mohammad Arshad told AFP.

Bibi's ties with her family were severed after the marriage, Arshad said, but her mother and brother allegedly approached her at a clinic where she was having a check-up on Thursday and convinced her to come home, saying they accepted her decision.

Local police station chief Gohar Abbas said that when Bibi reached her parents' house, her father, brother and mother cut her throat with a knife and she died on the spot.

Bibi had a 10-month old daughter and was seven months pregnant when she was killed, he added.

An earlier version of this story appeared in Dawn, which did not mention that Muqaddas was seven months pregnant.

Abbas said that her family fled from their house after the murder in the village of Butranwali, some 75 kilometres north of Lahore.

Police are hunting for them and have already detained another relative for inciting the killing, he said.

Last week sixteen year-old Zeenat Bibi was killed in Lahore by her mother for marrying a man of her own choice in a case that sparked condemnation throughout the country.

It was swiftly followed by another killing, of a couple in Lahore who married without their family's consent. On Sunday a young girl was killed by her brother for insisting on marrying the man of her choice in Sialkot.

Qatari Professor Al-Ansari Analyzes The Roots Of Terrorism: Something Is Wrong In Our Cultural Order

In a June 3 Rotana Khalijiyya TV interview, Prof.Abd Al-Hamid Al-Ansari, former Dean of Islamic Law at Qatar University, discussed the phenomenon of terrorism and how to deal with it. Terrorism, he said, was based on ideology, not on financial distress or economic circumstances, and "begins with the sowing of hatred, the sowing of extremism" and with "this rhetoric about a nation constantly under attack." According to Prof. Al-Ansari, the first step to dealing with the phenomenon is to "let go of the culture of denial," to "acknowledge that something is wrong in our cultural order," and to "open up to other cultures."