Sunday, 19 April 2015

Slough family of six feared to be travelling to Syria.

Thames Valley Police appeal for information to help trace couple and four young children who are missing and might be travelling to Syria.

Family from Slough that may have gone to Syria
Thames Valley Police fear that the Malik family may have travelled to an Isis-controlled area of Syria.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Police are seeking a family of six - including four young children - who have gone missing and are feared to be travelling to Syria.
Asif Malik, his partner Sara Kiran and their four children - daughter Zoha, seven; son Essa, four; son Zakariya, two; and one-year-old son Yhaya - have not been seen for nearly two weeks.
However, their disappearance - which was described as "entirely out of character" - was not reported to police for nine days, and officers did not issue a public appeal for a further three days.
Officers fear the family, from Slough, Berkshire, might be travelling to a region of Syria controlled by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil).

The family were living in this block of flats in Slough (Google Streetview)
John Campbell, Thames Valley Police acting deputy chief constable, said: “We are extremely concerned for the safety of this family, especially the four young children.
"We are reaching out to Asif and Sara, in the hope that they hear our messages and we encourage them to make contact with us so we can return them safely to their families who are extremely worried about them."
The force disclosed the family were last seen on Tuesday April 7.
They were reported missing to police last Thursday, April 16.
Mr Malik, 31, and Miss Kiran, 29, left home without mentioning any holiday or travel plans to family members, which a force spokesman said was "entirely out of character for this family".
Police said the family boarded a ferry from Dover to Calais at 00.30am on Wednesday, April 8.
Further enquiries suggest that the family have then travelled south through Europe, possibly by train.
Police also believe the family may have travelled through Budapest, Hungary, on or around Sunday, April 12.
A spokesman said: "Given the online rhetoric from the Islamic State encouraging people to travel to Syria, the direction of travel and concerns voiced by Asif’s family, Thames Valley Police is concerned the family may be seeking to travel to Syria."
Mr Campbell went on: “We would urge anyone with information about the family’s whereabouts to come forward and speak to police so the family can safely return to the UK.
“We would ask anyone who saw the family as they travelled to Dover, waiting at the port, on the ferry or when they arrived at Calais to contact the police.
"Any piece of information, no matter how small, could help the UK or European authorities to locate the family so that they can be safely returned home to their loved ones."
He added: “Police have been working with the family of Asif and our colleagues and partners since they were reported missing in an attempt to locate the family and return them to their loved ones.
“We are concerned about anyone who has or is intending to travel to the part of Syria that is controlled by the terrorist group calling themselves Islamic State.
"It is an extremely dangerous place and not a place where young children should be taken.
"The choice of returning home from Syria is often taken away from those under the control of Islamic State, leaving families in the UK devastated and with very few options to secure their loved ones safe return.
"Asif and Sara need to know their family are very concerned and want them to return to the UK.
For crying out loud, let the bastards go and good riddance to them, in fact i wish they would all piss off to Syria and never come back.What are they trying to find them and bring them back, it is obvious they are terrorists, so why would they want to bring them back.
Then you have their family's pretending to be in the dark about it all, just like the Labour MP who said he had no idea about his family were going to Syria, it's all bollocks, of course they know what they are doing.
All Muslims are terrorists or terrorist supporters and it's about time all Muslims were thrown out of the UK, they are evil bastards, every last one of them and they are taking over our country. Wake Up People.

700 feared dead after migrants desperate to get into Europe rush towards rescue ship and capsize their packed fishing boat.

Italian and Maltese coast guards report. 
The boat, believed to have been carrying more than 700 African migrants, went down after passengers moved to one side of the vessel to signal to a passing merchant ship, and it overturned.
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Disaster: So far, only 28 people have been rescued following the incident, which took place 17miles off the Libyan coast, and up to 700 African migrants are feared dead. Pictured is migrants arriving in Sicily
Disaster: So far, only 28 people have been rescued following the incident, which took place 17miles off the Libyan coast, and up to 700 African migrants are feared dead. Pictured is migrants arriving in Sicily.

The overnight disaster is follows the feared drowning of more than 400 migrants in two shipwrecks on the Mediterranean earlier this week.  

So far, 10,000 migrants have been rescued by the Italian coast guard, navy and merchant vessels this week - an unprecedented number.

The influx of migrants, mainly from Africa attempting to cross the sea from Libya, is putting pressure on Italy's shelter system and raising calls for a better response to the emergency.

A rescue operation is still underway in the hopes of rescuing more people from the midnight sinking off the Libyan coast, 120 miles south of the southern Italian island of Lampedusa.

The boat had send out an emergency call after having trouble with steering the vessel, and a Portuguese merchant ship arrived at the scene.
This is the third major shipwreck involving migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean this week, and a further 400 migrants are feared to have drowned in the other incidents
This is the third major shipwreck involving migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean this week, and a further 400 migrants are feared to have drowned in the other incidents.

However, as it approached, dozens of people moved from one side of the vessel to the other, and it capsized, Italian news bureau Ansa reports. 
'At the moment, we fear that this is a tragedy of really vast proportions,' Carlotta Sami, a spokeswoman for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, told SkyTG24 television. 

'The first details came from one of the survivors who spoke English and who said that at least 700 people, if not more, were on board. 
'The boat capsized because people moved to one side when another boat approached that they hoped would rescue them,' Sami said.

Yesterday, the International Organization for Migration said the rate of migrant and refugee deaths this year is ten times higher than in 2014, even though the number of those who made it across safely is about the same. 
The agency put arrivals so far this year in Italy through Thursday at 21,191. That compares with 26,644 for the first four months of last year.

'This is unacceptable,' said Federico Soda, director of the IOM coordination office for the Mediterranean, calling for more intensive search and rescue efforts. 'This is a humanitarian emergency that involves us all.'

Greece, the EU's second-biggest gateway for migrants after Italy, appealed to its European Union partners Friday for more help in policing its sea borders as immigrants increasingly make dangerous journeys to escape war and poverty in the Middle East and Africa.

Either the governments of Europe are to stupid to realize what these Muslims are really doing, which is to invade every country until there are enough of them to take over Europe, or the governments do know what they are doing and they are helping them to do it.

The Labour Party in England knew what they were doing when they let millions of Muslims in to the UK, so it's my guess that they are all in this together, it is also my guess the governments are filling our countries with Muslims, so they can bring in Sharia law and control us all like the one world government.

Saturday, 18 April 2015

Oh, here we go…Australian police arrest 5 Muslims in ISIS-inspired terror plot but Victoria State premier insists it has “nothing to do with Islam”

“The Islamic State (ISIS)-style plot that appeared to be in final preparation, involved terrorist attacks against police officers on ANZAC (veterans remembrance) Day,” Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott told a news conference. The arrests took place in the heavily Muslim area of Melbourne, the capital of Victoria state.

Australia Terror Arrests

VOA News  ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The April 25 day of remembrance is a commemoration of the troops’ landings on the Turkish peninsula of Gallipoli during World War One. The year was 1915, so this year marks the centennial.

Doing the one finger ISIS salute, Sevdet Besim, 18, is one of the suspects who allegedly armed themselves with knives and swords to target police and remembrance ceremonies
Doing the one finger ISIS salute, Sevdet Besim, 18, is one of the suspects who allegedly armed themselves with knives and swords to target police and remembrance ceremonies

“At this stage we have no information that it was a planned beheading,” said Neil Gaughan, Acting Deputy Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police. “But there was reference to an attack on police. Some evidence that we have collected at a couple of the scenes, and some other information we have, leads us to believe that this particular matter was ISIS inspired.”

The Australian government raised the national terrorism alert level last year to “high” in response to threats by supporters of IS militants. The five suspects arrested Saturday were all either 18 or 19. Officials say they had links to another teen, Abdul Numan Haider, a suspected IS supporter shot dead by police in Melbourne last year after stabbing two officers.

Just how stupid do the powers that be think we are. They say it's nothing to do with Islam, it has everything to do with Islam. Isis are Muslims, the Taliban are Muslims, Al- Qaeda are Muslims, Boko Haram are Muslims, they all follow the Koran and they all do what the Koran tells them to do and the Koran tells ALL Muslims to kill anyone who is not a Muslim, they are following orders from a dead paedophile called Mohammed.

It has everything to do with Islam. The President of Turky said there are no such thing as moderate Muslims, he said Muslims are Muslims and that is that. Do not be fooled when reports come on the news come on saying Isis have killed such and such a person, but Islam is not to blame. Islam is to blame, because they are doing just what the Koran tells them to do.

Muslims are murderers, child groomers and child rapists. Muslims beat their wives and their daughters and they also kill them and call it an honer killing. All this is in the name of Islam, all this is in the Koran, written by their paedophile and prophet Mohammed.

GREAT IDEA! Posters warn UK Muslims not to vote in general election because ‘it violates the right of Allah.

Posters on lamp posts and bus stops telling Muslims not to vote in the upcoming general election were plastered across an area of Cardiff. The signs read: ‘Democracy is a system whereby man violates the right of Allah’ and told the Muslim electorate: ‘Islam is the only real workable solution for the UK.’


UK Daily Mail  Cardiff Council have begun removing the posters, dubbed ‘chilling’ and ‘threatening’ by locals. The full message on the poster reads: ‘Democracy is a system whereby man violates the right of Allah and decides what is permissible or impermissible for mankind, based solely on their whims and desires.

‘This leads to a decayed and degraded society where crime and immorality becomes widespread and injustice becomes the norm. ‘Islam is the only real, working solution for the UK. ‘It is a comprehensive system of governance where the laws of Allah are implemented and justice is observed.’

Grangetown councillor Ashley Govier said: ‘People have a right to vote and that needs to be respected. Grangetown is a very tolerant area but it’s got to go both ways.

‘If they do choose not to exercise their right to vote, that’s their business but we’re trying to encourage people to do so and this is unhelpful and not very nice.’

Pro-Sharia Law Demonstration outside Downing Street, London, UK, 20 June 2010

Sahar al-Faifi, 29, of the Muslim Council of Wales, said the anti-voting posters were put up in response to the voter registration campaign in Cardiff for the last three months.

Miss al-Faifi added: ‘The reason behind these posters is we have had such a successful voter registration campaign across mosques in Cardiff. ‘We have been doing it every Friday for three months to encourage worshippers in an unpartisan way to participate in their civic duties.


‘Most mosques were on board and the hateful people behind these posters do not represent us. ‘The mosques believe they can be part of the political process of this country.’

The groups Muslim Council of Wales, Hope Not Hate and CitizenUK have been leading the voter registration action across the Cardiff suburbs of Cathays, Grangetown and Butetown. 

Ukip under siege: 3 attacks a week on Nigel Farage supporters and property as election looms.

Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage claimed his family was run out of Kent pub by anti-Ukip demonstrators 
Ukip has faced an average of three attacks a week, ranging from alleged physical assaults on candidates to vandalism on party premises, in the run-up to the general election.
An investigation from IBTimes UK recorded more than 30 incidents in England and Wales over a period of just nine weeks (between 6 February and 13 April) in 2015.
Ukip candidates and supporters have seen their posters set on fire, billboards defaced and party offices vandalised, while an elderly party member claimed to be spat at on the campaign trail.
Elsewhere, Owais Rajput, who is standing in Bradford East, alleged he was physically and verbally assaulted after a hustings event in the constituency on 12 April.
On 7 March, the Kidderminster office of Ukip MEP James Carver was targeted by vandals, who through grey paint and smashed the front window of the property.
A Ukip spokesman told IBTimes UK the scale of the attacks against the Eurosceptic party represented a "new norm" in British politics.
"Not prepared are these people to take on argument with argument they revert to abuse, violence, vandalism and aggression," he said.
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"It certainly isn't the sort of democracy that most people in this country understand, nor is it something that should be regarded as acceptable by anyone in a civil society."
Nigel Farage has not been immune as the party leader alleged anti-Ukip protesters forced him and his family to flee one of his local pubs in Kent.
The Eurosceptic firebrand, who is standing in South Thanet, branded the demonstrators "scum" after the March incident and said his children "ran away to hide".
On 6 February, the Ukip leader was trapped inside a party office in Rotherham after a group of peaceful anti-Ukip protesters surrounded the shop.
Police advised Farage to stay inside the property, which is serving as the headquarters of Jane Collins's election campaign, as the demonstrators stood outside for almost two hours.
Other political parties have also become victims of vandals as the hotly contested 7 May election looms.
In Scotland, police launched an investigation after Labour and Conservative offices were defaced with graffiti in April. A swastika sign and the words "scum" were painted on the front window of the Tory election shop in Aberdeen.
Ramsay Jones, a former government special adviser for Scotland, said: "No doubt there are a few sad souls who believe in a 'cause' who think this is OK. What next?" 
Ukip attacks