Orlando Muslims Openly Support Terrorist Group Hezbollah

Originally posted on a12iggymom's Blog:

Published on Jul 31, 2014

This Orlando rally was unique in that it was called the al Qods Day Rally and we had a couple of honest pro Hamas Muslims proudly waving the flag of Hezbollah in support of Iran.

Al-Quds or Qods Day? Iranians rallied nationwide on Friday in a show of support for Palestinians as archfoe Israel pursued its campaign against Hamas and other groups in the Gaza Strip.

In Tehran, footage showed demonstrators, carrying placards proclaiming “Death to Israel” and “Death to America,” converging from nine different points on Tehran University in the city center.

One can only assume the Orlando Muslim community knows very well what happens in Tehran on the last Friday of Ramadan since 1979.

The Islamic Republic of Iran, leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. stole Yazdi’s idea, and on August 7, 1979, he declared the last Friday of the holy…

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Men And Boys Join In Prayer In Philadelphia

Originally posted on CBS Philly:

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Men and boys came together in prayer Sunday in what organizers hope will become an annual event.

The first annual “International Day of Prayer for Men & Boys” took place at First Unitarian Church in Center City.

The focus was on inspiring different generations to step up and set a good example to show kids they could have a better and brighter future.

The event was geared to all different faiths.

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Murdered By Madman – ISIS Video Claims Beheading Of Aid Worker

Originally posted on a12iggymom's Blog:

Murdered By Madman – ISIS Video Claims Beheading Of Aid Worker

Posted on November 16, 2014 by TMH


Hat Tip: BB
‘The Islamic State will slaughter your people in your streets’: New ‘Jihadi John’ threat to Britain and the US in latest horrific ISIS video which claims to show beheaded American aid worker

MORE: http://noisyroom.net/blog/2014/11/16/murdered-by-madman-isis-video-claims-beheading-of-aid-worker/

Family awaiting US to confirm son’s death

Updated: Sunday, November 16 2014, 12:22 PM EST Indianapolis (AP) — The family of U.S. aid worker purportedly beheaded by Islamic State group militants says they are aware of reports regarding the death of their “treasured son” but are awaiting government authentication. Ed and Paula Kassig in a statement released Sunday also request that their family’s privacy be respected. The Islamic State group released a graphic video Sunday in which a black-clad militant claims to have beheaded Peter…

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The SJWs Now Get To Police Speech On Twitter, Ctd

Originally posted on The Dish:

Last night, a reader wrote:

It looks like the fears mentioned in your post have already come to pass; @nero, the Twitter account of Milo Yiannopoulos, a writer for Breitbart, is currently suspended. I am no fan of the guy – he is trans-phobic, but not violently or inappropriately so. I am sure his account will be re-enabled shortly, but that this group was able to get his account shut off not for harassment, but for wrong-think, is disturbing. I’m really liberal/left leaning, but nothing gets me foaming at the mouth more than crap like this. This does a ton of harm to the Women’s Rights movement, turning off people like me who would normally support it wholeheartedly.

Gawker’s Tom Scocca accuses that reader and…

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The SJWs Now Get To Police Speech On Twitter

D.E. Cantor:

Perhaps, a bigger issue here is that no company would ever give an African-American civil rights group, a Jewish group that fights anti-semitism, an LGBT group, an immigrants rights group, a group that fights for the rights of the disabled or any other such group that fights against prejudice of people such power over their clientele and company policies. Only when it comes to a feminist group would giving them such reins over their company even be considered.

Originally posted on The Dish:

Well, you could see this coming. Twitter announced last Thursday that it was teaming up with a left-feminist activist group to investigate gender-based harassment on the social networking site:

A group called Women, Action, and the Media, which advocates for better representation of women, is testing a new reporting process for gender-based harassment. The group developed a tool for reporting harassment and will forward confirmed reports to Twitter. “If it checks out, we’ll escalate it to Twitter right away (24 hours max, hopefully much less than that) and work to get you a speedy resolution,” says the group, which abbreviates itself as WAM. “But please note: we’re not Twitter, and we can’t make decisions for them.”

I wondered what exactly this small non-profit believes in. You can check them out here or check their agenda from the statements in the video above. Their core objective is what they call…

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‘Say Anything’ Series In Jeopardy Over Cameron Crowe Objection

D.E. Cantor:

Interesting article involving ’80s teen romcom classic “Say Anything” and its screenwriter, Cameron Crowe, that illustrates how screenwriters are treated in Hollywood.

Originally posted on Deadline:

As Deadline readers found out on Monday that NBC and 20th Century Fox TV were developing a comedy series followup to Cameron Crowe’s 1989 coming-of-age say-anything2classic Say Anything starring John Cusack and Ione Skye, apparently so did Crowe. And he was not amused. I hear that Crowe had not been aware of 20th TV’s plans for a Say Anything series before my story ran Monday afternoon, shortly after NBC closed a deal for a script commitment plus penalty to the project. I hear Crowe had a very strong reaction to the announcement, and he took to Twitter to share his intent to kill the project late Monday night.

“Regarding the announcement of a “Say Anything” tv show… @JohnCusack, @IoneSkye1 and I have no involvement… except in trying to stop it,” he wrote.

While legally studios are within their rights to exploit titles from their libraries without…

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Transmedia Storytelling | MIT Technology Review

Article that proved prophetic in which the term “transmedia” was first used that describes and predicts storytelling through various media that would become the norm.


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