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Radical Imam on CNN Makes Joke About 9/11 Terror Attack During Sound Check

Reaction from CNN Host Brian Stetler

The Radical cleric was asked to count to 10 for a pre-interview sound check and instead used 1,2,3,4,5, --- 9/11, 7/7, 3/11 (the dates of deadly terror attacks around the globe)

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Radical Islamic cleric Anjam Choudary appeared Sunday on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” and was called out by host Brian Stetler as the interview came to a close for joking about 9/11 during a sound check.

“Here’s what bothers me: when we were setting up for our interview here, the audio engineer asked you to do what every guest does, to count to ten to check the mic, and you started to do that — but then you said 9/11, 7/7, 3/11,” Stetler said. “Is this all some sort of joke to do that?”

In addition to the 9/11 terrorist attacks in America, bombs were detonated in London on 7/7/2005, and in Madrid on 3/11/2004.

“You know, if you had a sense of humor, maybe you would have laughed there,” Choudary said. “It was just a soundcheck. You shouldn’t take any of these things that seriously. It’s not a big issue, it’s not a big deal. But if you want to make it a big deal, by all means do so. But it makes you look much more shallow than me.”

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Mexican Woman Becomes World's 'Oldest Person'


(Photo: Leandra Becerra Lumbreras)

How old? She was 75 when Kennedy was killed....

'Oldest person who ever lived.'

This is an incredible story.


telegraph
She was 27 when World War One erupted, and nearly 100 when the Berlin Wall came down.

Now Leandra Becerra Lumbreras is celebrating her latest milestone – becoming the oldest person who has ever lived.

According to relatives and friends, the chocolate-loving Mexican marks her 127th birthday today. But there will not be any visits from officials at the Guinness Book of Records – she lost her birth certificate while moving house 40 years ago.

Supposedly born on August 31, 1887 – the year Queen Victoria celebrated her Golden Jubilee – she has attributed her long life to eating well, snacking on chocolate, sleeping for days on end and never getting married, according to her family.

Mexico's El Horizonte newspaper reported that the former seamstress, from the western city of Zapopan, has already seen her five children and several of her grandchildren die.

She apparently has 73 great-grandchildren and 55 great-great-grandchildren.

Granddaughter Miriam Alvear, 43, said: "She was always a woman who fought. She was still sewing and weaving until about two years ago. She never ceased to be active, that's why we think she's lived so long."

"She's always had a good tooth, even at her old age. She has no diabetes or hypertension so can eat as many chocolates and sweets as she likes."

Despite her impressive feat of ageing, Ms Lumbreras is not officially recognized as the world's oldest human.  That title goes to Japan's Misao Okawa, who is 12 years younger





 

'He's Wrong': Counterterrorism Official Richard Clarke Jabs Obama For Downplaying Terror Threat (Video)

Richard Clarke- 'The threat has increased'



President Obama is “wrong” to downplay the dangers facing the United States, longtime counterterrorism official and ABC News contributor Richard Clarke said in response to the president’s attempts to calm concern over the escalating threat from ISIS and turmoil in the Middle East.

Obama told an audience at a Democratic fundraiser in New York Friday that the “world has always been messy” but added, “I promise you things are much less dangerous now than they were 20 years ago, 25 years ago or 30 years ago.”

Clarke, appearing this morning on “This Week,” said simply, “I think he’s wrong.”

“We’re much more capable of defending ourselves now,” said Clarke, who served under both Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush as the nation’s top counterterrorism official. “We have the Department of Homeland Security, we have a lot of resources going into counterterrorism, but the threat has also increased. And I think the threat has probably increased more than the defenses.”

Speaking of the Islamic terrorist group ISIS, Clarke told ABC News’ Martha Raddatz, “ISIS is highly capable. It has a lot of money. It has people from many, many countries. And our fear is it may have people in its ranks that we don’t know about. We have the names of thousands of people, and we can stop them if they try to get into this country, but if we don’t know their names, and we don’t know they’re involved, they can get in.”





 

Saudi King Warns Jihadists Could Attack US, Europe Within Months


King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia warns that the West will be the next target of the jihadists sweeping through Syria and Iraq, unless there is "rapid" action.


ABC News/AP
The king of Saudi Arabia has warned that extremists could attack Europe and the U.S. if there is not a strong international response to terrorism after the Islamic State group seized a wide territory across Iraq and Syria.

While not mentioning any terrorist groups by name, King Abdullah's statement appeared aimed at drawing Washington and NATO forces into a wider fight against the Islamic State group and its supporters in the region. Saudi Arabia openly backs rebels fighting Syrian President Bashar Assad, but is concerned that the breakaway al-Qaida group could also turn those very same weapons on the kingdom.
"If neglected, I am certain that after a month they will reach Europe and, after another month, America," he said at a reception for foreign ambassadors Friday.
Official Saudi media carried the king's comments early Saturday.

"These terrorists do not know the name of humanity and you have witnessed them severing heads and giving them to children to walk with in the street," the king said, urging the ambassadors to relay his message directly to their heads of state.

The Islamic State group has been fighting moderate rebels, other extremists and Assad's forces in Syria for nearly three years. Iraq has faced an onslaught by the Sunni extremists and their supporters since early this year, and the country continues to be roiled by instability.



 

Tweet of the Day From Garry Kasparov



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Jimmy Carter Speech at the Islamic Society of North America: When The United States Fails To Enforce Human Rights, It Sends a Signal to All Oppressive Dictators That They Can Do the Same

Jimmy Carter delivered the Keynote address at the Islamic Society of North America’s Annual Convention today (Saturday). It was held in Detroit. 'Useful idiot' probably best describes the former president

Video- Carter on Human Rights in America, and what happened in the days after 9/11



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Carter: 'Israel should withdraw from all the occupied territories to the 1967 borders'


 

Iraqi Women Kidnapped By ISIS Being Sold to Other ISIS Fighters in Syria For $1,000 Each


  • Human Rights group says ISIS has sold Yazidi girls and women
  • About 300 have been sold or given to ISIS fighters in Syria,
  • Syria monitors: ISIS sees them as "slaves of the spoils of war with the infidels"
  • The terrorists sell girls and women for $1,000 each

The nightmare of ISIS persecution continues for hundreds of Yazidi girls and women who were abducted by the Sunni Muslim extremist group and are being sold to its fighters in Syria, according to a human rights group.

In the past few weeks, ISIS has distributed or sold about 300 female members of the persecuted religious minority who were abducted in Iraq, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based monitoring group aligned with the opposition in Syria.
Who are the Yazidis and why does ISIS want to kill them?

In ISIS' eyes, the girls and women are "slaves of the spoils of war with the infidels," the Syria monitors said, adding that the terrorists sold them for about $1,000 each, claiming they had converted to Islam so that they can marry ISIS fighters.

The human rights group documented at least 27 cases of women who were sold and married to ISIS militants in the Aleppo suburbs, Raqqa suburbs and Al-Hassakah. (CNN.com)




 

Michael Sam CUT by St. Louis Rams


Michael Sam CUT----

ESPN Reports - -- The St. Louis Rams released defensive end Michael Sam on Saturday, the team announced.

Sam's efforts to become the first openly gay player in NFL history came up just short in a competition against undrafted rookie Ethan Westbrooks.

Sam officially hit waivers Saturday at 4 p.m. ET when all NFL teams had to trim their rosters down to the league-mandated 53 players. From there, the other 31 teams will have 24 hours to put in a claim for Sam.


 

Southern Utah University Removes Sen. Harry Reid’s Name From Building on Campus


Southern Utah was the University where Senator Reid graduated in 1959

...'He hasn't done much for this community'...'Done little to support SUU'

Fox 13now
CEDAR CITY, Utah – Southern Utah University administrators have removed the name of U.S. Senator Harry Reid from their Center for Outdoor Engagement. It comes after a group of Cedar City residents petitioned the university to make the change.

SUU president Scott Wyatt said it’s something they’ve been considering for a while, but is in no way politically motivated.

The school approached Reid as an alumnus and asked to use his name on one of their student centers. But Wyatt said recently when they looked at the purpose of the outdoor center, Reid’s name didn’t quite fit.

“The Harry Reid Outdoor Engagement Center is a little confusing to the outdoor center and its patrons,” Wyatt said. “The Harry Reid center remains, it will become fully operational once it is fully funded.”

The lack of funding is one reason Iron County Commissioner Dave Miller said their group approached the university. They said Reid has done little to support SUU, and didn’t think he deserved a place, just because of his position.

“He just hasn’t done much for this community directly,” Miller said. “And if he does, great, we’ll embrace it, but right now there’s no correlation of why that would make sense.”




 

Video- ISIS Vehicle Vaporized By U.S. Airstrike

This raw video shows a U.S. airstrike against an ISIS armed truck in Iraq.

The strike on the ISIS vehicle is from a US predator drone



 

Rand Paul: If 'Hillary Clinton Worked For Bill Clinton, She'd Probably Have Been Fired'


Another direct swipe at Hillary Clinton


CNN
Sen. Rand Paul on Friday defended his criticism of Hillary Clinton over the 2012 attack against a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

The Kentucky Republican, rebutting claims that Benghazi criticism is "politically motivated," said Clinton's handling of the attack was a legitimate topic of discussion as she considers a presidential bid.

"There will be discussion over the next four years whether or not Hillary Clinton is fit to lead this country," he said at a Dallas event hosted by the conservative group Americans for Prosperity. "Is Hillary Clinton fit to be commander in chief?"

The audience fired off a robust round of 'no's.

The first-term senator went on to compare Benghazi to the 1993 mission in Mogadishu, Somalia, in which 18 U.S. military members were killed. Two months after the tragedy, President Bill Clinton announced the resignation of Les Aspin, then secretary of the defense. Aspin had taken heat for denying security requests for U.S. forces in the region just a month before the attack.

"He ignored the request and he resigned ultimately in disgrace," Paul said. "I think had Hillary Clinton worked for Bill Clinton, she'd probably have been fired."