Massacre in Paris: How will West avert Islamization through migration?

Poll by ICM Research for the Russian news agency Rossiya Segodnya.
Why France will do nothing about the Paris Massacre 
by David "Spengler" Goldman, Asia Times 11/15/15
Ignored in news coverage of the Paris massacre is the single most pertinent piece of background: A 2014 opinion poll found that ISIS had an approval rating in France (at 16%) almost as high as President Francois Holland (at 18%). In the 18-to-24-year-old demographic, ISIS’ support jumped to 27%.

Muslims comprise about a tenth of France’s population, so the results imply that ISIS had the support of the overwhelming majority of French Muslims (and especially Muslim youth), as well as the endorsement of a large part of the non-Muslim Left.  Read more:

California-surfer turned education-reformer, Rabbi Nachum Shifren has spoken-out against Islamization and Islamic Jew-hatred from Dearborn, Michigan to Whitehall in London (and other UK rallies with the English Defence League). Visiting L.A. from his current residence in Canada, Rabbi Shifren comments on the Paris Attacks ramifications.

The Education Rabbi, Nachum Shifren, endures Jew-hate-filled Islamists and left-wingers organized by left-wing agitators B.A.M.N. ("By Any Means Necessary") to call patriotic Americans to action - from Pastor Terry Jones' counter-sharia rally in Dearborn, Michigan on Friday 17 June 2011.


West views Israel for lessons in addressing Islamist terror

Lior Raz, co-creator and star of Israeli TV's "Fouda" action-drama series
Islamist war against Israel- then and now. Filmmakers involved in films screened at the 29th Israel Film Festival, "Sabena Hijacking: My Story" and episodes from the controversial, Palestinian-depicting, Israeli TV series "Fouda" speak before their screenings the Israel Film Festival Hollywood/Beverly Hills, California.

Nati Dinnar, producer "Sabena Hijacking: My Story" tells the story of the 1972 Sabena Airline hijacked en route to Tel Aviv.

Grandson of the real-life pilot depicted in docu-drama, "Sabena Hijacking: My Story" reveals how the event depicted affected their lives. Yaron Lipschitz had not yet seen the movie when he had spoken to our camera. 

"Fouda" actor/co-producer, Lior Raz answers Israel Film Fest audience questions post-screening in Beverly Hills

Candid interview with "Fouda" Israeli action star,  Lior Raz


Pro-Palestinian / anti-Israel media-bias draws first protest against Los Angeles Times

"Protesters rally against media coverage of Israel"  by Ryan Torok in the Jewish Journal 11/3

Adam Kratt protests L.A. Times anti-Israel bias
The offices of the Los Angeles Times were closed to the public on Sunday Nov. 1, but that did not stop a group of about 40 demonstrators — many of them Jewish high-school students — from expressing their outrage at how the newspaper has been covering the recent wave of violence in Israel.

Demonstration against L.A. Times' anti-Israel, philo-Islamism editorial distortion
Los Angeles Jews and Christians protest at the L.A. Times' offices against their anti-Israel, philo-Islamism editorial bias.

“I’m really upset about what the media has been saying — not just the L.A. Times, but many media outlets,” Danielle Younai, a junior at de Toledo High School in West Hills, told the Journal at the Sunday rally.
The 16-year-old, who carried a sign featuring a blown-up version of the Oct. 10 Times article headlined “Four Palestinian teens are killed in Israeli violence,” denounced how the media have portrayed “Palestinians as victims, when they are the ones stabbing.” 
Protester caricatures L.A. Times reportage slanted to absolve Islamist Palestinian terrorism and condemn Israel
For several weeks, deadly incidents have taken place in Israel almost daily, many of them involving knife attacks by Palestinians on Jews. Israeli authorities have responded with lethal force in many cases.
Reacting to what he sees as unbalanced media coverage of the aforementioned events, Milken Community Schools senior Joseph Levy organized this past weekend’s demonstration outside the L.A. newspaper’s downtown office at the intersection of First and Spring Streets. 


Obama activated military & spies to deter Israeli strike against Iran's nuclear weapons development

Breitbart reports:  Instead of supporting Israel in a planned raid against Iran’s nuclear program, the Obama administration utilized the nation’s premier espionage resources to engage the regime in Tehran and keep Jerusalem in the dark, a Wall Street Journal report recounted.
“Nerves frayed at the White House after senior officials learned Israeli aircraft had flown in and out of Iran in what some believed was a dry run for a commando raid on the site,” the report said, explaining that Israel’s activities in 2012 led to a “mutual distrust” that created a divide between the Obama White House and Benjamin Netanyahu’s Israel.

Spy vs. Spy: Inside the Fraying U.S.-Israel Ties  Distrust set allies to snoop on each other after split over Iran nuclear deal; each kept secrets

The U.S. closely monitored Israel’s military bases and eavesdropped on secret communications in 2012, fearing its longtime ally might try to carry out a strike on Fordow, Iran’s most heavily fortified nuclear facility.

Nerves frayed at the White House after senior officials learned Israeli aircraft had flown in and out of Iran in what some believed was a dry run for a commando raid on the site. Worried that Israel might ignite a regional war, the White House sent a second aircraft carrier to the region and readied attack aircraft, a senior U.S. official said, “in case all hell broke loose.”

The two countries, nursing a mutual distrust, each had something to hide. U.S. officials hoped to restrain Israel long enough to advance negotiations on a nuclear deal with Iran that the U.S. had launched in secret. U.S. officials saw Israel’s strike preparations as an attempt to usurp American foreign policy.


Does new convention, PolitiCon foster understanding or incite further partisanship between attendees?

With a schedule of speakers from across the political spectrum, the premiere PolitiCon sounded intended to bring Democrats and Republicans together in a spirit of mutual civic interest and patriotism. But with what felt like a 70/30 liberal attendee tilt, a tribalist dynamic took over and the respect which Republicans expected was replaced with Obama-era, liberal contempt.

Here, posing with Republican performance-artist, Brayton, contempt-inciting radio host, Stephanie Miller adds to her gallery of Republican-mocking photos. 

Ms. Miller tells DemoCast facetiously, "I have a rash from being so close to so many right-wingers. I actually touched Ann Coulter- gawd!"

Rep. Michelle Bachman educates antagonistic challenger about Iran's apocalypticism as Larry Elder looks on

Jessica an actress from Hollywood reacts about PolitiCon's attendee breakdown and mistreatment of conservative panelists and attendees from liberal attendees.

The former congresswoman from Minnesota, Michele Bachmann had to school a sophomoric antagonist attempting to rationalize enabling nukes to apocalyptic messianic Iran. He tells her Iran would be deterred from using them- because of the "mutually-assured-destruction" premise from the rational but imperialist Communist Soviets. She explains otherwise.


Michele Bachmann schools snarky PolitiCon antagonist about Islamism

The classy former congresswoman Michele Bachmann schools an insolent leftist antagonist. The university-age man rationalizes Washington enabling nuclear weapons to apocalyptic Iran under his mistaken assumption that the theory of "mutually-assured-destruction" (which deterred Soviet Communists) would apply to apocalyptic Islamists.

Rep. Bachmann explains that the U.S. has had to adapt to learn the mindset of supremacist Islam since the days of the Barbary Pirates' enslaving Christian American sailors. Liberals and Democrat culture has deemed critical analysis of Islamism taboo, imperiling defense strategies against apocalyptic Islamists.


Politicon '15: Feminists seek Islam reform- Mona Eltahawy, Ani Zonneveld, moderator Nina Burleigh

Feminism in Islam panel at Politicon 2015 convention, Los Angeles, Oct 9, 2015

Mona Eltahawy and Ani Zonneveld, moderated by Nina Burleigh


'Muslim migration follows ISIS' plan to invade and Islamize Europe under Caliphate'- scholar Robert Spencer

The Hijrah into Europe. "Refugees" colonize a continent by Robert Spencer in Frontpage Magazine Sept 4, 2015

"Germany expects a total of around 800,000 people to seek asylum in Germany this year. And that’s just Germany. The entire continent of Europe is being inundated with refugees at a rate unprecedented in world history. This is no longer just a “refugee crisis.” This is a hijrah.

Hijrah, or jihad by emigration, is, according to Islamic tradition, the migration or journey of Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Yathrib, later renamed by him to Medina, in the year 622 CE. It was after the hijrah that Muhammad for the first time became not just a preacher of religious ideas, but a political and military leader. That was what occasioned his new “revelations” exhorting his followers to commit violence against unbelievers. Significantly, the Islamic calendar counts the hijrah, not Muhammad’s birth or the occasion of his first “revelation,” as the beginning of Islam, implying that Islam is not fully itself without a political and military component.

To emigrate in the cause of Allah – that is, to move to a new land in order to bring Islam there, is considered in Islam to be a highly meritorious act. “And whoever emigrates for the cause of Allah will find on the earth many locations and abundance,” says the Qur’an. “And whoever leaves his home as an emigrant to Allah and His Messenger and then death overtakes him, his reward has already become incumbent upon Allah. And Allah is ever Forgiving and Merciful.” (4:100) The exalted status of such emigrants led a British jihad group that won notoriety (and a shutdown by the government) a few years ago for celebrating 9/11 to call itself Al-Muhajiroun: The Emigrants.

And now a hijrah of a much greater magnitude is upon us. Evidence that this is a hijrah, not simply a humanitarian crisis, came last February, but was little noted at the time and almost immediately forgotten. The Islamic State published a document entitled, “Libya: The Strategic Gateway for the Islamic State.” Gateway into Europe, that is: the document exhorted Muslims to go to Libya and cross from there as refugees into Europe. This document tells would-be jihadis that weapons from Gaddafi’s arsenal are plentiful and easy to obtain in Libya – and that the country “has a long coast and looks upon the southern Crusader states, which can be reached with ease by even a rudimentary boat.” . . .

Of course, not all of these refugees are Islamic jihadis. Not all are even Muslims, although most are. However, no effort whatsoever is being made to determine the refugees’ adherence to Sharia and desire to bring it to their new land. Any such effort would be “Islamophobic.” Yet there are already hints that the Islamic State is putting its plan into effect: jihadis have already been found among the refugees trying to enter Europe. There will be many more such discoveries."

Mr. Spencer appeared at a David Hororwitz Freedom Center audience in Los Angeles in September, 2015.