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Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Young Boy at ‘Pride’ Event Praised by LGBTs for Dancing Sexually to ‘Fight Homophobia.(This is Sickening)

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Editors note: I warn you, this is extremely disgusting and troubling. It is, however, where our nations are heading. The sexual anarchist agenda steamrolls ahead and children are in the cross-hairs.
The organized “LGBT” lobby has long lusted for the abolition of all age of consent laws. While not all “gays” are child abusers, pederasty has been a central aspect of the homosexual lifestyle since the days of the Greek bathhouse. – Matt Barber
I was shocked and taken aback by a young boy grinding and twerking at a 2015 Gay Pride event, while LGBT attendees gathered around him, watching and cheering.
The near-naked boy was shirtless and wearing tiny short-shorts while dancing sexually in the middle of a circle to RuPaul’s song “Sissy That Walk.” The group encouraged the child as he grinded and twerked.
The child, who is no older than 12 years old,  was praised by Gay Star News for using sexually explicit “dance moves” to “fight homophobia.”
YouTube even restricted the video as being inappropriate.
This is further proof that the homosexual movement is not about equality, but about the normalization of sexual perversion. It also reveals that it is just a matter of time before pedophilia will be promoted under the “LGBT’ banner.

Luton family of 12 'may have gone to Syria'


(Left to right standing) Rajia Khanom, Mohammed Toufique Hussain, Mohammed Saleh Hussain, Roshanara Begum, Sheida Khanam, (left to right sitting) Muhammed Abdul Mannan, Minera Khatun
(Left to right standing) Rajia Khanom, Mohammed Toufique Hussain, Mohammed Saleh Hussain, Roshanara Begum, Sheida Khanam. (Left to right sitting) Muhammed Abdul Mannan, Minera Khatun
A family of 12 from Luton, including a baby and two grandparents, could have travelled to Syria after going missing, police have said.
They have not been seen since 17 May after visiting their home country of Bangladesh.
It is believed the family stopped in Turkey on their way home before entering the war-torn country.
A statement from relatives in the UK said they were "devastated" and the disappearance was "out of character".
Bedfordshire Police said it had not confirmed whether the family had crossed the border, but inquiries were ongoing. It has not said whether any family member was on any terror lists.
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The family is:
  • Muhammed Abdul Mannan, 75, and his wife Minera Khatun, 53
  • Their daughter Rajia Khanom, 21, and sons Mohammed Zayd Hussain, 25, Mohammed Toufique Hussain, 19, Mohammed Abil Kashem Saker, 31, and his wife Sheida Khanam, 27
  • Mohammed Saleh Hussain, 26, and his wife Roshanara Begum, 24, along with three children, aged between one and 11
Live updates here.
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The BBC understands Muhammed Mannan has diabetes and his wife Minera Khatun has cancer.
The couple live in Luton with other family members.
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Mohammed Saker is missing aged 31
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Mohammed Toufique Hussain is aged 19
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Another family member missing is Mohammed Zayd Hussain
The family was reported missing to police by two sons, understood to be Mr Mannan's from a previous marriage, who live in Luton.
One of the sons declined to talk to the BBC.
Police said the family flew to Bangladesh on 10 April and flew back to Istanbul on 11 May. They were due back at Heathrow three days later but failed to return.
Community leader Ashuk Ahmed said he had known the family for 35 years, with Mr Mannan going to the local mosque a number of times a day.
"Initially they went to Bangladesh and on the way back they stopped at Turkey," he said.
"Many families do - Turkish Airlines offers a break in Turkey either to Bangladesh or on the way back.
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Ashuk Ahmed said he had known the family for 35 years
"The community is extremely worried about the family. There are three generations."
He said no-one knew if they had joined a specific extremist Islamist group in Syria.
However, he said people in the community had told him some women in the family might have been radicalised and took the rest of the family with them to Bangladesh to avoid detection.
Neighbour Syed Hussain said police visited the family house after they went missing and took out paperwork.
He said he heard the family went to Syria and he "felt sorry" for the elderly couple who "probably don't know anything about it".
Bedfordshire Police said a family member had been in touch with relatives in the UK but they did not say where they were.
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Neighbour Syed Hussain said police had visited the family's house
So far 54 other British jihadists are thought to be in Syria or Iraq.
The total includes Luton man Abu Aziz who fled the UK after being convicted of an attack on a member of the public.
Luton mother-of-six Runa Khan was jailed last year for inciting terrorism in Syria. It is not known if the missing family knew Aziz or Khan.
In a statement, Bedfordshire Police said: "Police can confirm they are investigating the disappearance of a missing family of 12 from Luton who failed to return home from a holiday to Bangladesh.
"There is a suggestion that the family may have gone to Syria, however police have so far been unable to corroborate that information.
"Police are continuing with their enquiries and are working with relatives who are still in the UK."
A statement from relatives said: "We are devastated by the disappearance of these 12 and are very concerned for their safety.
"This is completely out of character and we are very worried of the danger they may now be in.
"This just does not make any sense. We can only think they have been tricked into going there, it is no place for elderly or young people.
"We would urge any of them to please make contact with us or the police to let us know they are ok."
Let all the Muslims go to Syria and take Anjem Choudary with you, the sooner the better. Great Britain will be happy to see the back of you, then we can have our country back and take back all our rights and all our ways.

ISIS's 'father of the year': How Australian jihadi took wife and five children to Syria, posted pictures of his son, 7, holding a severed HEAD.

Since leaving Australia to join ISIS in Syria, Khaled Sharrouf has beheaded suspected spies, married his 13-year-old daughter off to a fellow fighter and shared gruesome images of his seven-year-old son holding a severed human head.

The depraved jihadi used his brother's passport to fly to the Middle East in 2013 with his 'best friend' Mohammed Elomar who later married - and possibly impregnated - his daughter Zaynab.

His wife Tara Nettleton and their five children followed him to the war-torn country in February last year. They are now in the middle of a fierce national debate as to whether they should be allowed to return home.
Sharrouf and Elomar - who are both accused of raping captured Yazidi slave girls - have since posted pictures of themselves posing with bloodied corpses and automatic weapons.

The pair were thought to have been killed by a United States drone strike on ISIS's 'capital' Raqqa last week - prompting a surreal outpouring of grief from Elomar's widowed jihadi bride.
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Terror: Australian terrorist Khaled Sharrouf (right) rose to infamy after fleeing to Syria in 2013 - soon to be followed by his wife and five children (left, three of them)
Terror: Australian terrorist Khaled Sharrouf (right) rose to infamy after fleeing to Syria in 2013 - soon to be followed by his wife and five children (left, three of them)
Sick: He traveled with fellow jihadi Mohammed Elomar (left) who later married Sharrouf's daughter Zaynab (right) when she was just 13
Sick: He traveled with fellow jihadi Mohammed Elomar (left) who later married Sharrouf's daughter Zaynab (right) when she was just 13
Sick: He traveled with fellow jihadi Mohammed Elomar (left) who later married Sharrouf's daughter Zaynab (right) when she was just 13
Vile: Sharrouf drew global outrage when he posted an image of his seven-year-old son (pictured) holding a severed human head alongside the caption: 'That's my boy'
Vile: Sharrouf drew global outrage when he posted an image of his seven-year-old son (pictured) holding a severed human head alongside the caption: 'That's my boy'
Escape: Sharrouf's five children (clockwise from bottom left) Abdulla, 10, Zaynab, Hoda, 13, Zaqawi, 9 and Humzeh, 4, traveled to Syria with their mother Tara in February last year.


It has since emerged that Sharrouf, who one government official described as having 'nine lives', may have survived the attack or simply faked his death to mastermind his family's return to Australia.
'That is certainly a possibility,' a senior intelligence source told the Daily Telegraph. It reported that three classified images - which have yet to be released - showed that Elomar was killed when their convoy was bombed from above.

Sharrouf, who is thought to be a 'security coordinator' for ISIS leaders, sparked outrage when he shared a sickening image on social media which showed his then-seven-year-old son holding up the decapitated head of a Syrian official alongside the caption: 'That's my boy.'

He also drew global condemnation for frequently posting pictures of his young sons carrying pistols and machine guns. Elomar rose to infamy after featuring in an ISIS propaganda image in which he held a severed head in each hand.
The extremists sunk to a vile new low when they both starred in an ISIS beheading video. A heavily beaded Sharrouf, 
dressed in military fatigues, stood behind a suspected spy with a knife before removing his head.
One of the extremists standing behind Sharrouf appears to be his evil sidekick Elomar, who goes by the name Abu Hafs Al-Australi. 
Morbid: Sharrouf (centre) and Elomar (background) were both prominent figures in ISIS propaganda videos, including this one where a suspected spy was beheaded
Morbid: Sharrouf (centre) and Elomar (background) were both prominent figures in ISIS propaganda videos, including this one where a suspected spy was beheaded
Killer: Elomar became one of the main faces of Australian jihadis in Syria after he was pictured smiling as he held to severed human heads
Killer: Elomar became one of the main faces of Australian jihadis in Syria after he was pictured smiling as he held to severed human heads
Perhaps the most shocking allegation put against the pair is that they participated in the kidnapping and rape of Yazidi girls.

ISIS targeted the Yazidi community - an ancient Kurdish religious group - when it stormed northern Iraq in 2014.
They had knives and cell phones saying that they will take videos while cutting off our heads because we follow a different religion 
'Captured Yazidi girl' about Sharrouf's children 
Four Yazidi girls who were later released identified their captors as Sharrouf and Elomar from mugshots presented to them by an ABC journalist.

One woman, whose name has been changed to Layla to protect her from reprisals, says she was taken hostage by Sharrouf who 'threatened to sell the women if they cried'.
She said: 'He threatened to sell us if we did... He said: "Forget about your home and family. This is your home and we are your family now".

He then told the frightened girls: 'Forget about your gods, for good, because we have killed them all.' 

Sharrouf, who was sentenced to four years in prison for his role in a 2005 terror plot, told the women how he had been beaten in jail and he could kill someone when he was angry because he he 'no mercy in his heart'.

A different girl known only as Ghazala even claimed Sharrouf's five children took part in their suffering, saying: 'They had knives and cell phones saying that they will take videos while cutting off our heads because we follow a different religion.'  
Grotesque: Elomar and Sharrouf (pictured with an Iraqi army vehicle) have both been accused of capturing and raping Yazidi slave girls
Grotesque: Elomar and Sharrouf (pictured with an Iraqi army vehicle) have both been accused of capturing and raping Yazidi slave girls
Rape: After her release, one Yazidi girl identified Elomar (pictured) as her captor and described how he would take girls for just one night, beat them and sell them on
Rape: After her release, one Yazidi girl identified Elomar (pictured) as her captor and described how he would take girls for just one night, beat them and sell them on.

And another girl said Elomar would take girls for just one night, beat them and sell them on.
She added: 'At night he was taking a girl downstairs and when the girl returned she'd tell us, 'he told me you have to marry me or else I will sell you and if you say anything to my wife I will sell you or kill you'.'
When I found out I was happy for him to get what he wanted and go to paradise but at the same time I was devastated because I loved him so much and I knew I was never gonna see him again in this life
Zaynab Sharrouf, daughter of terrorist Khalid Sharrouf and wife of Mohammed Elomar 
Mohamed Elomar abandoned his wife Fatima and their three children in Sydney when he joined ISIS on the battlefield in Syria. 

Shortly after his death this month, Elomar's wife Zaynab changed her profile name on mobile messaging application Kik from 'Soldier of Allah' to 'Green Birds' - an Islamic phrase used when referring to 'martyrs'. 

Now aged 14, she also changed her display picture to an image that reads: 'I love my hubby.'
On June 20, she sent a series of bizarre messages to her grandmother Karen Nettleton in Australia which read: 'My husband got hit by a drone yesterday and got killed.

'When I found out I was happy for him to get what he wanted and go to paradise but at the same time I was devastated because I loved him so much and I knew I was never gonna see him again in this life,' the messages published by the Sun Herald continued. 

Mrs Nettleton went on holiday to Malaysia with her daughter Tara and her grandchildren Zaynab, 14, Hoda, 13, Abdulla, 10, Zaqawi, 9 and Humzeh, 4, in February last year. 
Tribute: Shortly after Sharrouf and Elomar were reported as dead, Zaynab changed her status (pictured) on mobile messaging application Kik to honour her father and husband
Tribute: Shortly after Sharrouf and Elomar were reported as dead, Zaynab changed her status (pictured) on mobile messaging application Kik to honour her father and husband
Memorial: Zaynab also changed her display picture to an image that reads: 'I love my hubby' (pictured)
Memorial: Zaynab also changed her display picture to an image that reads: 'I love my hubby' (pictured)
Radicalised: A photograph of Zaynab Sharrouf (right) taken within the last couple of years before she apparently became radicalised and married her father's best friend
Radicalised: A photograph of Zaynab Sharrouf (right) taken within the last couple of years before she apparently became radicalised and married her father's best friend
Pleading: Sharrouf's mother-in-law Karen Nettleton (pictured with three of her five grandchildren) has begged the Australian government to help bring the family home
Pleading: Sharrouf's mother-in-law Karen Nettleton (pictured with three of her five grandchildren) has begged the Australian government to help bring the family home
But as she flew back to Australia, the rest of the family went to join Sharrouf in Syria - and later discovered her granddaughter had married a murderer.

Her daughter Tara converted to Islam ten years ago in 2005, after the police raided her home in Australia and arrested her husband for 'possessing items in preparation for a terrorist act'.
Tara wrote a letter to the court when Sharrouf was released in 2009, explaining how they wanted to move to the country for a quiet life on a farm where they could bring their children up 'safely'.

I know you will never understand but Zaynab actually went behind my back with this... It's just an engagement... I'm still coming to terms with it too 
Tara Nettleton, Khaled Sharrouf's wife 
The jihadi bride's former friends say she met Sharrouf, who is two years older than her, at Chester Hill High School in Sydney. He was reportedly expelled in year nine for hitting another student.

Tara Nettleton contacted her mother after Zaynab's engagement to say: 'Mum I'm really sorry that you had to find out like this, I didn't want to tell you at all because I knew you would be very upset and angry.

'I know you will never understand but Zaynab actually went behind my back with this. It's just an engagement... I'm still coming to terms with it too.'
When asked what the engagement meant, Tara Nettleton replied: 'It just means they can talk to each other to get to know each other and she can take off her hijab too.

'I've decided since it's all out in the open, I'm gonna be honest. She is really happy, believe it or not. She's changed a lot.'  
Zaynab is believed to be carrying Elomar's child after she apparently updated her Twitter profile with the words: 'Mom to be.'  
Criminal: Sharrouf (centre) was sentenced to four years in prison in 2009 for his role in a 2005 terror plot in Australia
Criminal: Sharrouf (centre) was sentenced to four years in prison in 2009 for his role in a 2005 terror plot in Australia
Innocent: Karen Nettleton (pictured) with her daughter, Tara, who later went on to marry Sharrouf and follow him to Syria
Innocent: Karen Nettleton (pictured) with her daughter, Tara, who later went on to marry Sharrouf and follow him to Syria.

Last week Karen Nettleton wrote a public letter to the Australian government in which she begged the prime minister to 'help bring my child and grandchildren home'.
Her lawyer says efforts are now being made to repatriate her daughter Tara and grandchildren by counter-terrorism officers in New South Wales.

'All conversations that I've had have been with NSW police counter-terrorism,' Charles Waterstreet said on Tuesday.
He insisted efforts were aimed at securing the safe return of the five children taken to Syria by Tara Nettleton and Sharrouf. 
Waterstreet added: 'It's only about the children and their repatriation. 

'That's the reason why we're talking to police, informing them how we're going and keeping them up to date, and that is NSW counter-terrorism police.'
Around 60 Australians are fighting for ISIS radicals in Syria and Iraq, the country's government has said. And another 150 are being monitored for supporting terrorist organisations, recruiting fighters or preparing to travel overseas to fight.

A DESPERATE PLEA FROM A DEVASTATED GRANDMOTHER 

A few days ago a man knocked on my door. I was scared. I felt as though I was opening the door to the ominous messenger who delivered telegrams to mothers and wives during wartime. The messenger told me that the man my 13 year old granddaughter was forced to marry, Mohamed Elomar, was dead. I was also told that Khaled Sharrouf, my daughter's husband, was missing and presumed dead.

My heart broke for my daughter Tara and my granddaughter Zaynab, alone in a troubled and dangerous country, but I was so relieved by the news that they were alive and unharmed.
Some months back Khaled Sharrouf's car was blown up, resulting in the death of the family inside, including a mother and children. They were friends of Tara. It seemed to me that the target was Khaled Sharrouf. As happens in the fog of war, civilians become victims, or as is so coldly stated, collateral damage.

I don't want my daughter and grandchildren to be collateral damage in this shameful and tragic war. There are so many innocent victims dead, wounded or displaced.
Since my daughter has been in Syria, I fear watching the news. I am sure I am not alone. There are other parents in my situation in Australia and overseas. My heart goes out to them. Their lives and ours will never be the same.
Love: Mrs Nettleton said her daughter, Tara Nettleton, (pictured with her) and her five grandchildren 'need the love and care of their family to help them recover from the trauma, abuse and terrors of war
Love: Mrs Nettleton said her daughter, Tara Nettleton, (pictured with her) and her five grandchildren 'need the love and care of their family to help them recover from the trauma, abuse and terrors of war.

Recently I made a public plea to the Australian government to assist in bringing home my daughter and grandchildren. I believe the Australian government has the resources and expertise to save its own citizens. 
With the deaths of Mohamed Elomar and likely Khaled Sharrouf, my daughter and grandchildren more than ever need the love and care of their family to help them recover from the trauma, abuse and terrors of war they have experienced. Unlike millions of displaced people in Iraq and Syria, they have a place to come home to.

My silence and reluctance to speak publicly has been because of an unbearable fear that if I speak out, I may further endanger my family. This fear is tempered by a deeper fear that if I do not speak out, and some other tragedy befalls them, I will not be able to live with myself. They want to come home. Our country is a country of many faiths and backgrounds. It is my belief that Australia is an open-hearted country. The time is ripe for compassion and empathy.
My daughter made the mistake of a lifetime. Today she is a parent alone in a foreign and vicious land looking after a widowed 14 year old and four other young children.

I accept that some will be critical of my daughter, who followed her heart and has paid an enormous price. I implore those people, including our Prime Minister Mr Abbott who is a man of faith, to remember John 8:7: 'He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her'.
Mr Abbott, I beg you, please help bring my child and grandchildren home

To those people who sill think there are Muslims around that don't agree with terrorist groups like Isis, then you must all be members of the David Cameron's deceived party and brainwashed to the hilt by the insane ramblings of David Cameron, who still doesn't know his arse from his elbow.

Cameron will have you believe there are moderate Muslims in Great Britain, that want to live in peace with the British people, so the question to Cameron is this, when has there every been moderate Muslims marching for peace in Great Britain, answer, NEVER, when Isis murdered those British holiday makers in cold blood, did the so called moderate Muslims come out to condemm what has happened, answer, NO. when the rapes of underage White English were taking place, did the moderate Muslims come out to condemm the Muslims that was raping the young girls, answer, NO they did not.

There is no such thing as moderate Muslims, Muslims are Muslims, they are ALL one and they all support Isis and all he other terror groups, they all support the murder of British people and they all support the raping of English children.

David Cameron is a Muslim supporter, in his eyes they can do no wrong and the British people that still think Muslims are ok people, they are not and they never will be, they are here for one thing and that is to take over Great Britain, the English people are already a minority in parts of England, and they are breeding 8 babies to the 2 babies by English women, because Muslim men can have 4 wives. Muslim women are nothing but baby machines.

Muslims are he most evil breed on planet earth and they are coming for Great Britain, they are coming for Europe. Many times i have said to my readers, to wake up before it's to late, well that time has now long gone and it is now way to late.