This session shows how Christian missionaries approach the Jewish Bible with a preconceived agenda and ultimately see what’s not there and don’t see what is there. This convoluted approach leads them to quote passages out-of- context so they can inject their beliefs into the Jewish Bible.




EXCLUSIVE: Muslim boys high school soccer team refuses to play against team with 2 girls

A boys soccer team from ISNA Private Islamic High School refused to finish a game on Tuesday because two females were on the opposing team during a Brampton tournament.

Robert F. Hall Catholic School, in Caledon, does not have a girls team so the two females played on the senior boys team, which was approved by the Region of Peel Secondary School Athletic Association (ROPSSAA).

During halftime, the ISNA Private Islamic High School team brought the concern to the referee. Robert F. Hall Catholic School school was winning the game 3–1 at that point.

Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations, South Western Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association and ROPSSAA all have the same gender rule stating:

“If a sport activity is not available for a female on a girls’ team, she is eligible to participate on a boys’ team following a successful tryout.”

The girls on Robert F. Hall Catholic School team told CityNews they insisted on sitting out for the second half to allow the game to continue. The team went on to win 6-1 but both teams ended up advancing to the next round.

There is a chance the two teams could face each other again on Monday.

ROPSSAA said their rules are black and white.

But this is uncharted territory for the board so they are gathering their facts and will make a ruling on Friday about how to proceed.

Bruce Campbell of the Catholic School Board says they are disappointed and that they expect any team participating to know the rules.

“We were a little bit caught off guard because we assumed it was a senior boys league and exclusively for boys,” Essa Abdool-Karim. the coach of the ISNA High School soccer team, said.

“Free mixing is generally something we do not do, more so out of respect than anything,” he said.

Abdool-Karim said the team tried to have an open dialogue and explain to the other team that it is their belief.

“We want them to understand this balance between religion and having to sacrifice the sport you love is a difficult situation,” Abdool-Karim said.

If they face the same team again he doesn’t think they will play them.

“We want inclusion for all. We are trying to find a solution to a problem,” he said.

Serial False Rape Accuser: Christina Nadine Nelson, formerly Christina Mark (update)



An assistant attorney general for Montana says that 24-year-old Christina Nadine Nelson, formerly Christina Mark, made a string of alleged false accusations against three men between 2009 and 2012. A total of five medical rape exams were conducted on her, and she made two reports of assault. “Christina had a motive or pattern of accusing young men that she had dated of raping her and assaulting her when no such rape or assault had occurred,” prosecutors have stated in court documents. At least one of the young men has been scarred for life.

Now, finally, she’s being charged with felonies in connection with two of the allegations she made. Except there’s a problem: authorities can’t find her. Nelson did not appear for her initial appearance on May 21. She wasn’t required to appear in person but by telephone. An assistant attorney general said Friday that Nelson’s whereabouts aren’t known, even by her own attorney. Nelson was supposed to appear last week in Yellowstone County as well but didn’t show. An assistant attorney general fears she might be in Europe.

How was this woman permitted to leave the country?

The incidents we know about are disturbing. Read on.

MTR to raise fares next month

MTR to raise fares next month


The MTR Corporation has announced a fare increase averaging 4.3 percent.It will come into effect on June 21.

The Corporation also said it has reached a consensus with mainland railways to bring the Guangdong Line Through Train fares back to the same level as in 1995.

The increase will range between HK$10 and HK$20 for adult fares, and approximately half that for children. The new fares will come into effect on July 15.

Hollywood Diversity: Marvel Casting Tilda Swinton to Play Asian Man?

Oscar-winning actress Tilda Swinton is in talks to star as the Ancient One in the upcoming Marvel superhero film Doctor Strange, despite the character’s originally written gender and ethnicity, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

While Marvel Studios has generally kept its film characters as close to their comic inspiration as possible, some have criticized the studio’s previous casting choices for their lack of diversity.

(Other Marvel films include franchises such as The Avengers, Captain America, The Punisher, Spider-Man and X-Men.)

Enter Swinton, who could possibly star as the 500-year-old Tibetan sorcerer the Ancient One, alongside Benedict Cumberbatch, and an integral character now has a new look, in-step with the industry’s move toward more diversity.

While Marvel’s consideration to cast a female as the Sorcerer Supreme is being praised by some fans of the franchise, others are still upset, and an argument is being made the actress would actually make the film less diverse.

In traditional Marvel storylines, the Ancient One was a peaceful male farmer of Asian descent, which Swinton is most certainly not.

A quick Twitter search reveals some Doctor Strange fans have their reservations about the proposal

Far from Tibet, Swinton was born the daughter of a major general in the Scots Guard in London, England, and was a classmate and friend to Diana Spencer, better known as Princess Diana.

Swinton, who has demonstrated her acting range over a career that started in the mid-1980s, has starred in movies such as Constantine, The Grand Budapest Hotel and theChronicles of Narnia franchise, as of late.

She won an Academy Award in 2008 for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Karen Crowder in Michael Clayton.

Doctor Strange is set to star Benedict Cumberbatch as Stephen Strange, and the film is expected to debut in November of 2016, possibly minus a high-profile Asian character.

Island off southern Japan evacuated after volcano erupts


A volcano erupted on a remote Japanese island on Friday, blasting black smoke thousands of meters into the sky and forcing residents to flee by boat and an airline to re-route flights.

A pyroclastic flow of super-heated gas and rock rolled down the side of Mount Shindake, on the southern island of Kuchinoerabujima, and into the ocean.

A 72-year-old man suffered minor burns to his face but there were no reports of other injuries among the island’s 137 residents.

“It sounded like dynamite had exploded, and the house shook,” one resident told TV Asahi.

Others described a smell of sulphur and clouds of smoke that blacked out the sky. Ash blanketed lower slopes and fell like snow on Yakushima, 12 km to the east.

Residents, many elderly and carrying boxes and bags, fled by boat to the closest neighboring island of Yakushima, an hour away, where they disembarked shortly before sunset. Several struggled to control excited dogs on leads.

“All I could bring were a few emergency goods. It was utter chaos,” one man told Fuji TV. “I’m really worried about things back home.”

Smoke shot more than 9,000 meters into the sky and officials warned of more big eruptions and urged “extreme caution”.

All Nippon Airways said it would divert some flights as a precaution but it did not cancel any. Japan Airlines said it did not have any plans to change flights.

Kuchinoerabujima is about 130 km south of Japan’s southernmost main island of Kyushu, and 1,000 km southwest of Tokyo.

It was not clear if the eruption would affect the restart of Kyushu Electric Power’s Sendai nuclear plant, which on Wednesday cleared the last of the nuclear regulator’s safety hurdles, introduced after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster triggered by a March 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami.

The company said the volcano posed no risk to the Sendai plant on Kyushu, and volcanologists agreed.

The island has seen several eruptions, including one in 1933 that killed eight people, but Mount Shindake was dormant for 34 years until last year.

Japan is one of the world’s most seismically active countries and there has been an upsurge in volcanic activity in recent weeks, which volcanologists said may be linked to the big 2011 earthquake that set off a tsunami that killed nearly 20,000 people.

In 2014, 63 people were killed when Mount Ontake in central Japan erupted while packed with hikers.

FIGURES! Man arrested for several vandalism incidents at a Mississauga Catholic church in Canada is a Muslim

MISSISSAUGA — A Mississauga man is facing a rash of break and enter and mischief charges in relation to a number of incidents targeting St. Catherine of Siena church and school in Cooksville.

Iqbal Hessan, 22, was arrested early this morning (May 26), Peel Regional Police confirmed. He has been charged with break, enter and commit indictable offence and five counts of mischief over $5000.  He appears in court today for a bail hearing.

The arrest comes after, for the the third time in a week, the St. Catherine of Siena’s church and school community was victimized by a vandal.

After an Anti-Semitic message and drawing was spray painted on the church wall, an exterior wall of the school was spray pained with graffiti and a statue of Jesus was twice defaced and damaged in front of the church —  all of which occurred last week — Peel Police were notified of further damage at the Saint Catherine of Siena Catholic Elementary School Monday morning (May 25) caused by graffiti that had been spray painted on an exterior wall of the school.

Peel Regional Police Const. George Tudos said the latest graffiti consisted of of non-threatening diagrams and words.

“Peel Police remind the public that community safety is a shared responsibility and urge them to report any suspicious activity to police as soon as possible,” he said.

Although police said last week’s incidents were being investigated as hate crimes, police have not laid hate crime related charges in this case.

Peel Sgt. Matt Small said the incident is still being investigated as a “hate crime,” but in order for hate crime charges to be laid, investigators have to receive the consent of the Attorney General.

Last week, graffiti was found on the front and back of the church and offensive statements were also spray-painted on the rear section of a school next door. The Sacred Heart of Jesus statue in front of the church was defaced with black spraypaint.

Back in April, a man broke into the church and stole an amplifier.

Father Camillo Lando, pastor of St. Catherine, last week released surveillance video of the break-in in which the suspect rips pages of the Bible, throws them and then steals the electronic:

“We should have respect for all religions. We should have respect for each other,” he said. “Our message is a message of love. If it is a crime against religion, we say ‘listen, we have to live together.’ You profess your religion, we respect you, they should respect us.”

The 2014 Annual Hate/Bias Motivated Crime Report by Peel police, released last month, reveals hate incidents in the region decreased nearly nine per cent from 57 in 2013 to 52 last year. The number of incidents have remained relatively the same over the last five years: 52 in 2011 and 47 in 2012.

The majority of hate crime reports continue to be mischief/graffiti incidents, making up 30 of the 52.

Among the 52 hate crimes reported, 29 targeted race/national origin, 18 targeted religion, including 12 against the Jewish faith, three were over sexual orientation and two had “multiple motivations,” the report states.

The incidents targeting the Jewish faith is double the amount from 2013, the report said. The other targeted religions were Christians and Muslim

Omar Khadr doc by CBC is more like Taliban propaganda

Published on May 28, 2015

Just as Ezra Levant predicted, convicted terrorist Omar Khadr is being turned into a celebrity.

Canada’s largest newspaper has teamed up with the state-run broadcaster to put out a documentary about Khadr. Except it’s more like propaganda and couldn’t be more pro-Khadr if it had been produced by the Taliban.

READ Ezra Levant’s new book about domestic terrorism and radicalization:
“The Enemy Within: Terror, Lies, and the Whitewashing of Omar Khadr”

Muslim terrorist Omar Khadr is free on bail. The media and his left wing fans are cheering —
But find out what they don’t want you to know at

Sweden Trail Of Tears: Swedes are evicted to make room for “assylum seekers”

400 pensioners in Munkedal are being thrown out from “the Peoples House” after a so-called asylum baron decided to buy it and convert it to a home for new Swedes from the third world. Local Social-Democratic politician Åsa Karlsson looks forward to the new citizens.

“It’s an income for the municipality to get new citizens” – she says

The Peoples House in Munkedal has for years been a meeting spot for pensioners and several hundred engage in the associations and activities but now its time for them to pack their bags and move out so that an asylum baron can profit (at the taxpayers expense) by housing the new Swedes.

Siv Göransson is one of those who has been thrown out

“I’ve been here since I was a little gal. We’ve watched movies here, we’ve danced here and we’ve had family parties here. We’ve had meetings with PRO (Swedens biggest pensioner organisation) and other associations that I’ve been a part of throughout the years. – says Siv Göransson.

The PRO hoped that the local government in Munkedal would purchase the Peoples Home so as to avoid eviction but they were instead told to make do with empty mess halls and gymnastic halls.

Social-democratic politician staunchly believes that immigration from the third world is profitable

“We are a municipality that is running at a deficit of 20-25 million per year and to then buy an estate which is in great need of renovation to an association that we can give other facilities, it’s six associations, why can’t they do what other associations do and sort it out themselves? – she asks.

But if the Peoples House is being converted to an asylum home instead, as it appears to, I was thinking about the cost-question, wont that also be a cost for the municipality?

-“No, it won’t be, the Migration Board compensates us for the asylum home in that case.”

Yeah, but that’s just for the first two years?

-“No, no, don’t mix this up now. When they get permanent residence and settle in the municipality they dont live in some home, then they get their own apartments.”

But won’t that be a cost too?

-“No, it’s an income for the municipality to get citizens in the municipality. Regardless of their background it will be an income for the municipality.”

Under the assumption that the immigrants have jobs and pay tax?

“But since when have I started counting the unemployed youths and unemployed elederly in the municipality as a cost?

Didn’t you just do that when you said it was too expensive to buy the Peoples House and invest in the pensioners?

“Yes, buying the Peoples House yes and renovating it, that would cost two million to buy. But the municipial mission is priority, taking care of the elderly, sick, schools and healthcare, streets and roads which I am obliged to.

For confused readers that was a pretty standard response from a Swedish politician. Pointing out that immigrants from the third world are overrepresented in welfare-dependency and crime is considered tabu and “racist”. The facts dont matter, the following religious dogma does.

All people are the same and therefore everyone is completely interchangeable

Socialist politicians such as Åsa in Munkedal and Marie Dahlin in Vänersborg are therefore acting in accordance with their semi-religious beliefs. They actually believe that they are able to increase tax revenues by importing migrants from war-torn Islamic countries such as Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq and Somalia.

Politicians in Katrineholm held the same beliefs

Back in 2011 immigrants in Katrineholm were overrepresented12,5x in welfare dependancy compared to native Swedes and the little municipality with a population of 32,285 people now runs at a10+ million kronor deficit each year with costs expected to rise.