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Hi everyone, I was sitting down minding my own business on my phone when a muslim woman confronted me telling me I took her pic. Told her to fuck off basically and that I did not care what she felt or thought. She then started saying Muslim this and that. So I decided to bring up Jesus and let her know that her group of wild women should go to church and ask Jesus for forgiveness. I also let them know they are going to go to hell for not believing in Jesus and not going to church. Then some guy who was with them confronted me for preaching and knocked phone out of my hand.cops 👮!
Gavin McInnes of TheRebel.media talks to "Based Stick Man" Kyle Chapman about why the latest Berkeley melee represented a "tectonic shift" in the Left/Right divide
Dejian Zeng spent 12 hours a day attaching one screw to iPhones. As part of his summer project, the NYU grad student went undercover for 6 weeks at a Pegatron factory in Shanghai. He lived on-site in a dorm with 7 other people and got to experience what really goes into making the popular mobile device. He tells us what it was like.
Shocking cell phone footage has been uploaded to social media and it's one of the most disturbing of its kind
Two girls, one of which is in a wheelchair, who seem to be arguing over something, ends with the standing girl raining punches down on the disabled one as the girl who films, who is reportedly pregnant, films and laughs the entire time.
I interview an ANTIFA who used to be a WHITE SEPARATIST
I travel to Houston with my friend Luke to see an anti-Trump protest. But more so with the intention of locating ANTIFA, and setting up an interview. We achieved this. Enjoy.
A dispute between two Arab residents of Kafr Manda in the western Galilee led to a mass disturbance involving fireworks and rocks, which injured two people and damaged nearby homes and vehicles.
Police arrived at the scene and were forced to disperse agitators using stun grenades and tear gas. A number of families were forced to leave the village until the end of the quarrel, which lasted about an hour and a half.
"We woke up from the noise of fireworks. My children were terrified and began to cry. It sounded like war," a resident told Ynet. "After we saw that the fight was becoming a danger, I decided to leave the village together with my family and spent the night with relatives. "This is not the first time that such serious acts have occurred here. There are irresponsible people here that shouldn't have a place in our village."
Police forces spent the night in the village and started an investigation into the incident.
TULSA, Okla. -- A woman accused of slashing another woman's corpse in 2015 was found guilty Friday. Prosecutors say Shaynna Sims removed both breasts and a toe of her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend at a funeral home viewing. Police arrested Sims at the dead woman's apartment. They say she stole the woman's shoes and was carrying a knife with the woman's hair still attached. Witnesses told officers they saw Sims reach into the casket during the viewing. The dead woman's face was slashed, her makeup smeared and her hair on the floor. Sims pleaded not guilty but was ultimately convicted of unlawful removal of a body part from a deceased person, disturbing or interrupting a funeral, unauthorized dissection, knowingly receiving or concealing stolen property and first-degree burglary.
Outraged Muslims are planning a May 1 demonstration at the Amazon headquarters in Seattle, Washington. The company is under fire after several Muslim security guards demanded time and space to pray five times a day, while on the job. The guards contend that the subcontractor who employs them does not appropriately accommodate their faith and retaliates against those who speak out. Essag Hassan, a former guard at Amazon, said he was terminated because of his request to be allowed to pray on his work break. “I was fired and not given a reason why,” Hassan said. “I’m speaking out for all Muslim security workers and for workers of any religion. When you ask for a space to pray on your work break, that request should be treated with respect.”
The Service Employees International Union and the guards allege that Amazon grants high-earning tech workers conference rooms to pray in, but they do not provide the same accommodation for contracted security officers during their law-mandated work breaks. Amazon and the security contractor have refuted the allegations.
MERCED, Calif. (KFSN) -- A deadly brawl in Merced was caught on camera, and it left a 20-year-old woman dead after she was run over during the street fight.
Merced police say the suspect, Ashley Sanders, was arrested at the scene.
"It went as wrong as it could go," Capt. Matt Williams with the Merced Police Department explained.
Police say the call came in at about 7 p.m. on Sunday about a large fight happening in the area along Martin Luther King Blvd and I Street.
"It was sort of like a mob scene that was out at that location," Williams said.
He says Sanders then made a U-turn in her car, running over the victim, then hitting another car. He says they were able to arrest Sanders after they say she came back to the scene.
The victim of the tragic video has been identified as 20-year-old Tiarra Gallashaw. Her mother, Augusta Pleasant, said she was pulling up to the scene just as it happened.
"It was like the whole world was spinning," Pleasant said.
Gallashaw was medi-flighted to a hospital in Modesto where she later died. Gallashaw's family are now sharing tears and memories.
Her stepfather describes her as bubbly. She played softball and was studying be a social worker. What he says he'll miss most is hearing her voice.
"'Papa, where you at? What you doing?'" he said tearfully. "I'm going to miss that - I'm going to miss that."
Gallashaw leaves behind a 1-year-old daughter, and her mother says all she'll have now are pictures to keep her daughter's memory alive.
"It doesn't matter what age she is," she cried. "She's still my baby."
Antifa attacker From Berkeley Identified as College Professor Eric Clanton. Evidence Photos, Video, ideology and more. Thank you for all the work 4chan! We should have had you looking for Osama!
Six were arrested at a heavily policed Flint, Michigan, public town hall meeting that was convened at a church to address the mayor’s decision to remain connected with a Detroit-area water system.
Hundreds of Flint residents were on hand to grill Mayor Karen Weaver and other city , state and federal public officials on Thursday at a town hall meeting to address Weaver’s decision, announced Tuesday, to maintain the city’s primary water supplier, the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA). The city has endured a three-year water crisis that has included high levels of lead and other contaminants.
Tensions were high even before Thursday’s meeting began, as attendees complained that the event was held at House of Prayer Missionary Baptist Church and not a public space, the Flint Journal reported. Upon entering the church, people wearing hats were pressed by armed Flint police to remove their headgear in a place of worship. This led to arguments with police and, eventually, six arrests, according to reports. Others were escorted out of the church for using profanities.
One man being escorted out of the church yelled, "Mni Wiconi," a Lakota phrase meaning "Water is life," a term used by and now connected with Standing Rock Sioux water protectors that sought to block the Dakota Access Pipeline. Immediately after the man yelled, his wife was aggressively arrested by Johnson and others, as seen in a video posted by WFNT.
This was the moment a couple sharing a kiss in the middle of the street were plowed by a speeding drunk driver.
One of them died after the collision in Heze City in East China’s Shandong Province in the early hours of March 29. The other was reported to be seriously injured.
A video appearing to show a fresh attack on Syria with Russian parachute bombs has emerged online.
,br> Harrowing first-hand footage captures the moment a bomb lands on the Syrian city of Al-Lataminah as a mushroom cloud of smoke bursts skywards.
,br> A man recording the footage is heard praying for the souls of those near of the blast.
,br> Bleeding child screams in aftermath of 'Russian air force' bomb
,br> Jets bombed the villages of Al-Lataminah as well as Kafr Zita and Morek.
,br> Russia have launched more than 70 airstrikes since their anti-Islamic State campaign began in September 2015.
Ilhan Omar, the 34-year-old community organizer who came to America as a refugee from Somalia, was one of only two members of the Minnesota State House to vote against a bill that would allow life insurance companies to deny payouts to the beneficiaries of terrorists who die in violent attacks on Americans
The House voted 127-2 to pass the bill, which now moves on to a vote in the State Senate.
Omar, who represents the heavily immigrant Cedar Riverside area of Minneapolis, was joined by fellow Democratic Rep. John Lesch of St. Paul in voting against the bill.
Omar’s vote sticks out because at least 42 Somali refugees have been confirmed by the FBI to have left the U.S. to join overseas terrorist organizations, including al-Shabab, the al-Qaida affiliate in Somalia, and ISIS in Syria and Iraq.
Dozens of other Somali-Americans have been tried and/or convicted of providing material support to overseas terrorists.
Before she was elected she was an activist who often lobbied the Minneapolis City Council on progressive issues.
Ths is not the first time Omar has been in the middle of controversy. While running for her seat, she was exposed for being married to her own brother, but this didn't seem to stop the 'tolerant' people of her district from giving her the seat anyways.
A protester joining the thousands calling for an end to Venezuela’s socialist regime on Thursday approached an armed military vehicle wearing nothing but a knapsack and holding a Bible, demanding law enforcement stop attacking protesters with tear gas and rubber bullets.
The man’s body sported countless wounds that appeared to be the product of a spray of rubber bullets, which continued as he climbed onto a military tank yelling, “stop throwing bombs,” referring to the tear gas canisters used against civilians.
“Please stop lobbing bombs, brother,” he repeatedly told the soldiers and members of Venezuela’s Bolivarian National Guard (GNB).
Videos of the man’s protest (warning: graphic) circulating on social media show him approaching authorities slowly, climbing on the tank and being immediately hit with a barrage of rubber bullets. Close-up images of the man show the book in his hand was, indeed, a Bible. On Thursday night, CNN quoted the man speaking to local media, stating that his rubber bullet wounds hurt less than the hunger facing Venezuela.
Venezuela is facing a severe food crisis following years of socialist mismanagement that has included strict price controls, rationing, and giving the military full control of the nation’s food supply. The average Venezuelan lost nearly 20 pounds in 2016 due to food shortages, and 15 percent of Venezuelans rely on eating industrial garbage to survive. Polls show a majority cannot secure three meals of food a day for themselves, with basic food items such as flour, vegetable oil, and milk in short supply.
Dictator Nicolás Maduro has blamed the shortages on the “economic war,” a term used to decribe a conspiracy theory in which the United States is attempting to weaken socialist Venezuela in order to execute an Iraq-style invasion on the country, and has arrested bakers unable to produce the quantities of bread the government has deemed appropriate on a daily basis.
This is quite a clip and has a couple of cultural references that need adding. First, the man on a rant, Farid Smahi, who was hauled away from Anne Hidalgo yesterday as she left the Marks & Spencer store where terrorist Karim Cheurfi was gunned down by police, referenced the most famous case of malpractice of French jurisprudence.
From the translator, Ava-Lon:
Farid is using the expression J’accuse which entered in the French language about 120 years ago during the cause of Dreyfus.
Dreyfus was a Jewish officer in the French army who was tried for treason (in favor of Germans, who France was fighting at that moment) in 1894 in an atmosphere of prejudice and where evidence against him was fabricated.
“J’accuse” was an open letter of French writer Emile Zola, published in January 1898,concerning the case of Dreyfus, where Zola was accusing French government of antisemitism, bias, and unlawful jailing of Alfred Dreyfus. For that letter Zola was himself prosecuted for libel and found guilty in February 1898. He had to exile himself to England to avoid imprisonment. He returned to France the following year and continued his defense of Dreyfus, who was retired the same year, found guilty again, but was pardoned (all seems to point to the government trying to save face).
Only in 1906, on appeal, Dreyfus obtain annulment of his guilty verdict and even awarded the Legion d’honneur the highest French media (with mention “for a soldier who has endured an unparalleled martyrdom”).
The expression “J’accuse” since became the call of everyone who is fighting greater power. Even if Farid wasn’t aware of the exact case he sure used the expression well.
Wonder if those 72 virgins appreciate their stupidity? Because this is one of the dumbest attacks on an airplane you're ever going to find.
Two pit bulls attacked a California man and his Jack Russell terrier, shocking video shows. The two larger dogs attacked John Brady's terrier, six-year-old Josh, and proceeded to attack him when he tried to save his pet on Tuesday, KTLA reported. Video shows Brady, 52, being bitten by the 11-year-old pit bulls after saving his dog in Avalon on Santa Catalina Island. Brady, a fisherman, at one point took out a pocket knife to slash at the pit bulls and save himself. The owner of the pit bulls, an unidentified woman, is seen in the video shot by Free Boogie trying to control her animals. Eventually, Harbor Patrol officers pull the dogs off Brady. He tearfully told KTLA: 'All I did is lift my dog off the ground and I was being chewed on instantly.' He added: 'My dog, I just, thank god he's alive because I want to be with him now. He's my best friend in the world.' Brady was airlifted to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, where he remains in recovery. Josh is also in recovery at a veterinarian. GoFundMe page for the little guy has raised more than $4,000. He emerged with severe leg injuries including a ripped-out piece of his calf, CBS Local reported. Brady could have grounds to file suit for negligence and his family has hired an attorney. The pit bulls might be euthanized following the incident.
A terrified Chinese student was mauled by a cheetah while on a guided tour. Smartphone footage captures the moment the adolescent cheetah approaches the tourist before suddenly leaping up trying to bite the girl's neck. Park rangers leapt in to the pull big cat off the frightened girl who desperately tried to curl herself up into a ball. The attack took place in a big cat reserve in South Africa. Attack victim Peggy Lio, an exchange student from Macau was left unhurt despite the cats lighting attack. In 2016, shocking footage has emerged showing the moment a circus trainer was mauled by a lion during a live show in Egypt, leaving him with fatal injuries.
Lauren Kirk-Coehlo pleaded guilty Wednesday to felony vandalism and hate crime enhancements for vandalizing the Davis Islamic Center in January.
The Davis woman entered her plea in Yolo Superior Court in Woodland hours before she was to face a preliminary hearing on the charges related to the Jan. 22 incident.
Kirk-Coehlo, 30, was arrested Feb. 14 on suspicion of breaking six of the Davis mosque’s windows, damaging several bicycles at the mosque and wrapping pork around the handle of one of the mosque’s exterior doors, Davis police said. Muslims are forbidden to eat or touch pork.
“We welcome the plea. We hope this sends the message that committing hate crimes doesn’t pay off,” said Saad Sweilem, civil rights attorney for the Sacramento Valley chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. “For our community, it gives a lot of comfort that there are consequences to these actions and that we are being protected.”