Fans at Paris Concert Massacre by Muslims Hidden in Band’s Dressing Room Were Slaughtered Except One …

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When Muslims decided to shoot up a concert in Paris some of the featured band’s fans were hiding in their dressing room. They were butchered. That’s what Muslims do.

Here’s a snip of the concert when the shooting started, you’ll see the drummer diving for cover at the sound of gunfire.

The band, Eagles of Death Metal, described the scene.

Lead singer Jesse Hughes told Vice that fans hid in his dressing room after the initial slaughter but were found by the killers who then murdered them all – except for a ‘kid’ hiding under his leather jacket.

Hughes’ voice shook and he fought back tears as he explained how so many of the band’s fans at the gig in Paris were killed because they would not leave their friends behind.

The Eagles of Death Metal (Joshua Homme, left, and lead singer Jesse Hughes, center) have described the horror of the Bataclan concert hall massacre for the first time in an emotional interview

Hughes – sitting alongside band mate Joshua Homme, who was not at the gig – described the chaos after three terrorists burst into the Bataclan and opened fire on the crowd.

‘Several people hid in our dressing room and the killers were able to get in and killed every one of them except for a kid who was hiding under my leather jacket,’ Hughes said.

‘People were playing dead and they were so scared,’ he added.

I guess the Muslim murderers weren’t interested in souvenirs or they’d have taken the jacket. And killed the kid.


I do have one bone to pick with the Daily Mail. This sentence: “The Eagles of Death Metal were entertaining the large crowd at the Paris venue on Friday, November 13, when the extremists opened fire.

They weren’t “extremists” they were Muslims.



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Former CIA Director: Obama Didn’t Bomb ISIS Oil Because of Environmental Impact (VIDEO)

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Former CIA Director Michael Morell said Obama did not bomb ISIS’s oil infrastructure because of environmental concerns.

The Daily Caller reported:

Former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell suggested that Barack Obama didn’t order the bombing of ISIS’s oil transportation infrastructure until recently in part because he was concerned about environmental damage.

Morell also said the White House was concerned about destroying infrastructure that could be used by the Syrian people.

Appearing on PBS’s “Charlie Rose” on Tuesday, Rose pointed out that before the terrorist attacks in Paris, the U.S. had not bombed ISIS-controlled oil tankers.

Morell explained, “Prior to Paris, there seemed to be a judgment that … look, we don’t want to destroy these oil tankers because that’s infrastructure that’s going to be necessary to support the people when ISIS isn’t there anymore, and it’s going to create environmental damage. And we didn’t go after oil wells — actually hitting oil wells that ISIS controls because we didn’t want to do environmental damage and we didn’t want to destroy that infrastructure, right.”

When Obama did hit the ISIS oil tankers he dropped leaflets and gave them 45 minutes to take cover.

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ISRAELI INTELLIGENCE is what prevented a Paris-style terrorist bomb attack on a soccer stadium in Hanover, according to German reports

Israel helped thwart a major terror attack in the German city of Hanover last week, German media reported on Wednesday. According to Stern magazine, Israel offered crucial intelligence on an anticipated terror attack targeting the soccer match between Germany and Holland’s national teams. INN Israeli intelligence provided … Continue reading WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

Two Iraqi Refugees in 2013 Had Links to Al-Qaeda

Two Iraqi refugees in Bowling Green, Ky., were proven to be terrorists with links to al-Qaeda after being caught on camera handling heavy weapons inside a storage unit, according to a 2013 investigative report from ABC News.

ABC reported the FBI found that the two men, identified as Waad Ramadan Alwan and Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, intended to have the weapons smuggled to Iraq. They pleaded guilty to charges related to terrorism and were proven to have killed U.S. soldiers while in Iraq and conspired to attack homeland targets while in Kentucky.

Kurdish authorities arrested Alwan in 2006 in Kirkuk, Iraq, ABC reported. He admitted during interrogation that he was an insurgent.

Kurdish authorities later released Alwan, 30, and he was able to enter the U.S. in 2009 as a refugee. Hammadi, 23, a relative of Alwan, also had been arrested by Iraqi forces and released. Like Alwan, he later entered the U.S. as a refugee.

Officials said Kentucky put its Iraqi refugee program on hold for six months after the incident, ABC reported.

The growing concerns mounting among U.S. citizens over allowing Syrian refugees into the country come in the wake of the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris for which the Islamic State, or ISIS, claimed responsibility.

Reports that one of the terrorists in the Paris attacks may have entered France with a Syrian passport added fuel to those concerns.

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, a Democrat, has spoken out in favor of allowing Syrian refugees to resettle in the U.S., arguing that to turn them away would be to abandon American values and play into the hands of terrorists.

Gov.-elect Matt Bevin, however, has openly decried the idea. The newly elected Republican joined the governors of 31 other states in opposition to allowing 10,000 or more Syrian refugees on U.S. soil for the time being.

The governors advocate a more stringent vetting process for refugees to mitigate the potential threat of terrorists entering the country.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said in a letter to President Barack Obama that his state “will not accept any refugees from Syria” after the Paris attacks.

Abbott cited FBI Director James Comey’s statement to the House Committee on Homeland Security that the U.S. government doesn’t have the intelligence needed to properly vet Syrian refugees.

“We can query our database until the cows come home, but there will be nothing [showing] up because we have no record of them,” Comey said Oct. 21.

The House, by a vote of 289 to 137 on Nov. 19, passed a bill to halt admission of Syrian and Iraqi refugees until a more stringent, effective vetting process could be developed. Forty-seven of those voting in favor of the bill were Democrats.

Obama threatened to veto the bill if it clears the Senate. House Speaker Paul Ryan said the president’s threat “baffles” him, “especially given the fact that his own law enforcement top officials came to Congress and testified that there are gaps in this refugee program.”

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Travelers take to the roads and the skies for Thanksgiving

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WATCH: This GOP Candidate Just Ripped Trump With 1-Minute Video Comparing Him To Hitler

Ohio Gov. John Kasich released an online campaign ad on Tuesday likening Donald Trump’s positions on illegal immigrants and others to life under Nazi rule. Even Trump detractors found the comparisons do not hold water.

The video features Col. Tom Moe speaking as images and headlines about Trump are intercut throughout. Moe states that he is drawing inspiration from a famous poem by German pastor Martin Niemöller, who spent seven years in a Nazi concentration camp.

You might not care if Donald Trump says Muslims should register with their government, because you’re not one. And you might not care if Donald Trump says he’s going to round up all the Hispanic immigrants, because you’re not one.

And you might not care if Donald Trump says it’s okay to rough up black protesters, because you’re not one. And you might not care if Donald Trump wants to suppress journalists, because you’re not one. But think about this: If he keeps going, and he actually becomes president, he might just get around to you. And you better hope there’s someone left to help you.

Niemöller wrote:

First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Socialist.

Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

National Review’s Jim Geraghty, a self-described “Trump hater,” felt nonetheless compelled to defend the candidate against the Kasich campaign’s fast and loose use of the facts.

Look at what you’ve done, @JohnKasich. Now I have to defend @realDonaldTrump from Nazi comparisons.

— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) November 25, 2015

Taking the charges one-by-one, he first points out that it was never clear Trump wanted a national registry for Muslims, based on his comments. On Sunday, the candidate made clear that he wanted a database to track any Syrian Muslim refugees coming into the country, not all Muslim Americans. As for immigrants, Trump has never said he’s going to “round up all the Hispanic immigrants.” “He’s proposed rounding up illegal immigrants of every race, creed and color. We deport illegal immigrants every year and deported roughly 400,000 in 2012 – a policy that is Constitutional, legal, and morally justifiable,” writes Geraghty. Regarding the roughing up of the Black Lives Matter protester, Geraghty concedes that ideally, security would have quickly removed the disruptive man. “But does anyone think the crowd would have listened politely to a white heckler or protester? Moe unfairly attributes a racist hatred to the motivations of Trump and the protesters,” the columnist writes. As to the Trump campaign’s dealings with the press, Geraghty notes that other candidates have taken similar actions to keep the media sectioned off during events. Conservative commentator Tammy Bruce also hit Kasich for his Trump attack ad.

Don’t need to be a Trump fan to recognize this is outrageous garbage “Kasich ad hits ‘Trump’s dangerous rhetoric’” — Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) November 25, 2015

Heck, he took himself out in the last debate #Loser John Kasich Trying To Take Down Trump via @nbcnews

— DanRiehl (@DanRiehl) November 23, 2015

Trump hit back at Kasich at rallies in Ohio, pointing out the governor’s single digit poll numbers, and in South Carolina, saying bluntly, “We’re killing him. We’re beating the governor of Ohio in his own state.”


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Fears of MAJOR Terror Attack After Hungary Uncovers Bomb Lab – Arrests Four Men with Explosives

Hungarian officials detained four men traveling to the capital with bombs in their vehicle.
Investigators later uncovered a bomb making factory in their home.

Hungary detains group heading to capital with explosives, finds bomb lab

— Love your race (@Whitelass15) November 25, 2015

Reuters reported:

Hungarian anti-terrorist police last week detained four people heading to the capital with explosives in their car, and found a bomb-making laboratory set up for a mass killing, the unit’s chief said on Tuesday, declining to rule out a link to Islamist militants.

Security has been tightened for senior officials entitled to “top protection”, the Counter Terrorism Centre said in a statement.

The center’s director general, Janos Hajdu, said the suspects had been detained last week as police stepped up investigations that touched on the security of these officials, whom he declined to name.

After the suspects in the car were detained, a subsequent house search revealed a bomb-making laboratory with “explosives and devices that were suitable for killing people to the utmost extent”, Hajdu told the state television channel M1.

He said police had also caught two other people with submachine guns, ammunition and silencers in their car, and that it was not clear whether the two groups were connected.

Hungary finds car with bombs, uncovers bomb lab
-via @inshorts

— Harsh Jhunjhunwala (@harsh2290) November 25, 2015

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So This Al Qaeda Suicide Bomber Walks Into an ISIS Bar and Says…


HAIFA, Israel – A recent suicide bombing in southern Syria shows the rivalry between Al Qaeda and ISIS is more than just a contest to see who can kill the most infidels — the groups are using classic terror techniques on each other.

The Nov. 15 bombing came at a top-level meeting of the Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade, a key ISIS militia known for its bloody and vicious hold over parts of the Golan Heights. Six of the group’s top men were killed, including Muhammad “Abu Ali” al-Baridi, the shadowy head of the group who went by the nickname “The Uncle.”

Al Nusra Front, Al Qaeda’s Syrian affiliate, quickly took credit, gloating on Twitter about the “heroic” attack.

“The Islamic State [ISIS], that controls the closest area to the Israel border in the Syrian Golan Heights, suffered a severe blow and lost its entire top command in the area in one fell swoop,” noted Alex Fishman, a veteran military correspondent for Israeli daily Yediot Aharonot.

While ISIS and Al Nusra fight common enemies as well as each other north of Damascus, the two terror groups are in an all-out war south of the capital, along the Israeli border. It is in that part of the hugely complex Syrian conflict where the bitter infighting between the Sunni Muslim terrorist groups is most deadly and direct.

ISIS has largely captured the international spotlight from Al Qaeda, the group from which it sprang, with mass executions, gruesome beheadings and even the apparent use of chemical weapons. But while the black-clad killers have sown fear across the globe, the organization behind the infamous 9/11, 7/7, and countless other major atrocities, is not surrendering its longtime perch atop the terror heap.

Word of the suicide bombing trickled out slowly, in part because the world’s eyes were on Paris, where an ISIS attack left 130 dead on Nov. 13. Regional Arab media first indicated that ISIS in Syria received the stunning blow in the Golan Heights village of Jamleh. When news got out about the death of the terrorist known as “The Uncle,” who earlier this year posted a video on social media pledging his allegiance to ISIS, the devastating blow to ISIS was revealed.


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Sheriff Posts This Controversial Warning Sign To Everyone Entering His Town, Here’s The Best Part…

A sign a Georgia country sheriff recently erected is generating a strong response, nationwide.

Harris County Sheriff Mike Jolley placed a sign in front of the sheriff’s office on Tuesday morning, which reads:

WARNING: Harris County is politically incorrect. We say: Merry Christmas, God Bless America, and In God We Trust. We salute our troops and our flag. If this offends you…LEAVE!

In an effort to “stir people’s belief & patriotism,” Harris Co. Sheriff Mike Jolley posted this sign.

— Everything Georgia (@GAFollowers) November 25, 2015

The sheriff got the idea from the picture of a similar sign he saw posted in another part of the country. “I’m humbled by the attention the sign has received,” Jolley told WTVM.”Over the years, I’ve witnessed the silent majority grow and as a true patriot and a Christian, I felt it was time for the silent majority to speak up. I truly believe what’s on the sign.”

Since putting up the sign up, the sheriff has received hundreds of emails and Facebook comments in support of its message, according to WRBL.

Not everyone is pleased with the sheriff’s sign. The atheist group, the American Humanist Association sent him a lengthy letter on Wednesday, saying that a “concerned citizen” had contacted their office. The letter demands the sign be removed immediatelym charging it violates the First Amendment and the 14th Amendment’s equal protection clause.

The document reads, in part:

While some residents of your community may support a sign with such a message, there can be no question that it conveys a religiously biased message that is invidious toward those who do not hold theistic, and particularly Christian, views…For a government official to affirmatively order those who do not support ‘Merry Christmas’ to leave the community, to expressly state that visitors must accept ‘God Bless America’ and other theistic messaging, is unquestionably an unconstitutional act of hostility.

The sheriff does not seemed too concerned about those who do not agree with his sign, which he paid for himself.

“I spent 20 years in the army to give everyone the right not to agree with it, and voice their opinion if they’re not and that’s fine. But after being the sheriff of Harris County for 23 years, I believe that the vast majority of my citizens here in Harris County agree with what’s on that sign.” Jolley said.


Global Warming: NASA Finally Admits Antarctica Has Been COOLING for Past Six Years

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When facts don’t matter…
ANTARCTIC temperatures have cooled over the past six years, according to US space agency NASA.

But the politicians will try to push their junk science

Of course, junk scientists don’t let facts get in the way of their political agenda.

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Why Al-Qaeda and ISIS Are Ruthlessly Targeting This Country

The small North African country of Tunisia suffered another major terror attack, the third this year. The attack should remind the world that Tunisia faces an array of deadly threats, including the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Information is still coming in, but a suicide bomber reportedly detonated himself in central Tunis, the Tunisian capital city. He apparently targeted members of the Presidential Guard, an elite unit that guards the Tunisian president. Approximately 12 Guards are dead, with a dozen people wounded.

ISIS Related Attacks

There have been two other major attacks in Tunisia this year, both claimed by ISIS. In March, two gunmen stormed the Bardo Museum in Tunis, killing 22 people, mostly tourists. Three months later, a gunman burst into a hotel in the seaside resort town of Sousse and murdered 39, again mostly tourists.

ISIS has also claimed Tuesday’s bombing. If the group is indeed responsible, it marks a departure from its previous attacks in the country. The bomber targeted members of Tunisia’s security services, whereas ISIS’s two previous attacks in the country sought maximum carnage among civilians. Those attacks also utilized gunmen, rather than a suicide bomber.

Al-Qaeda Related Attacks

Attacks on security services have thus far been more in keeping with campaigns several al-Qaeda-linked groups have been waging for years inside of Tunisia. The Uqba bin Nafi Battalion, operating in the Kasserine region of Tunisia, has killed at least 22 members of the Tunisian security services this year alone, including 15 soldiers in a single attack. Tunisia has also accused Ansar al-Sharia Tunisia, an Islamic extremist group with ties to al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), of a number of terror attacks, including the assassinations of two politicians and the killings of eight soldiers in 2013.

Killing members of the security services also fits with al-Qaeda’s concern that it not appear to be targeting innocent Muslims. In 2005, al-Qaeda Emir Ayman al-Zawahiri rebuked Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq—the progenitor of ISIS—for alienating Muslims with the group’s brutality.

Al-Qaeda affiliates around the world have made a show of being faithful to Zawahiri’s hearts-and-minds approach since then. In videos it has released of its attacks, the Somali terrorist organization al-Shabaab highlights its fighters sparing Muslims. The assailants during the recent terror attack most likely perpetrated by an al-Qaeda-linked group in Bamako, Mali, reportedly released hostages that could recite the Shahada, or Islamic confession of faith. Striking security services, as in Tunis yesterday, would fit the canard al-Qaeda is pushing that it does not kill innocent Muslims. ISIS bothers little with that charade.

The Situation in Tunisia

Of course, ISIS hates the halting steps towards democracy Tunisia is taking, and relishes any opportunity to attack the country. A bomb in the middle of Tunis is also yet another hammer blow to Tunisia’s economically-important tourism industry ISIS had already crippled with its previous attacks on tourist destinations. And the al-Qaeda-linked groups operate almost exclusively in the interior, so an attack in Tunis would be a departure for them.

Whoever is ultimately responsible, yesterday was a reminder of the difficulties Tunisia faces. It is one of the world’s leading exporter of foreign fighters to Iraq and Syria, and its radicalization problem is centered in the interior of the country where the al-Qaeda-linked groups have been active. Tunisia needs to bring those regions into the mainstream, which means it will have to invest more there and urgently dismantle the economic patronage system that has left citizens of the interior, and many other ordinary Tunisians, on the margins.

Tunisia is also the victim of instability wracking its neighbors. One of Ansar al-Shariah Tunisia’s leaders has links to an Algerian terror group, the GSPC, that in 2007 rebranded as AQIM and operates throughout the Maghreb region. Some Uqba bin Nafi Battalion militants may have fought for some of the terrorist groups that hold sway in parts of northern Mali.

The biggest concern, however, is Tunisia’s neighbor to the east, Libya, that is fast becoming one of the world’s most failed states as it is ripped apart by an array of armed groups, including ISIS. The Bardo and Sousse attackers trained in an ISIS camp in Libya, and the explosives used in yesterday’s attack have been traced to Libya. Weapons from deposed dictator Muammar Gaddafi’s vast arsenal are circulating throughout the region, including into Tunisia. Libyan chaos will continue to threaten Tunisia until a measure of stability is restored, which will require sustained and serious effort from the international community.

Al-Qaeda and ISIS are determined, capable, and ruthless enemies intent on bringing a fragile U.S. ally to its knees. The United States must again rally to Tunisia’s aid to help this fledgling democracy in a volatile region.

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Veteran soap actor David Canary dies at age 77

WILTON, Conn. (AP) — Longtime soap opera actor David Canary, best known for his role as twin brothers on “All My Children,” has died at age 77.