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“Angry Muslims” — is there any other kind? “Hijab: School principal, teachers beaten to a pulp in Osun” Written by Oluwole Ige – Osogbo, Tuesday, 26 November 2013 (thanks to Midnight Watcher) There was confusion in the ancient town of Ejigbo in Osun State, on Monday, as the principal and some teachers of Baptist High School were beaten to a state …
Under Massachusetts law, gun owners are required to keep their weapons stored in a locked container or locked in some other way. During the selectmen’s discussion last week, Selectman Barry Greenfield asked the town’s legal counsel to provide an opinion on whether that provision could be locally enforced.”We need the ability to enforce the state law,” Greenfield said, accord ing to Patch’s coverage of the meeting on Nov. 6, before asking if police in Swampscott, a town of about 14,000 people on the North Shore, would have the authority to inspect gun storage. Would it be legal, Greenfield asked, for police to make sure gun owners are complying with those standards?
Israeli officials and media are voicing dismay and anger over yet another leak of sensitive military information by the Obama administration, with one veteran broadcaster asking if the White House is fine with Hezbollah obtaining advanced weaponry.
As TheBlaze reported on Thursday, an Obama administration official told the Associated Press that Israeli aircraft attacked a military site in the Syrian port city of Latakia early Thursday morning, targeting advanced Russian-made SA-125 missiles and other equipment the Israeli government believed would land in the hands of Hezbollah.
Egyptians haven’t been shy about expressing their displeasure with President Obama and his support of Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, carrying signs calling him a “jerk” and an “idiot” and Morsi his “bitch.” This weekend they took their frustration online, managing to trend the hashtag #ObamaMotherHasNoHair.
This is a quick reminder that Egyptians are the most awesome people on earth:
#ObamaMotherHasNohair is trending.
Kareem El-Kahky (@Kahky19) August 16, 2013
I have a great pro-choice friend who is both a careful thinker and very open-minded. I think we’ve exchanged about 100 emails to each other so far, and we’re far from finished. With her permission, I want to share with you a few questions she asked me this morning, as well as my response to her. It gave me the chance to clear up a few common concerns and misconceptions that pro-life people have about my work.
(TheBlaze/AP) — Violent protests erupted outside Egypt’s capital on Saturday as activists accused police of using excessive force in two cities and running over protesters, including one who was crushed to death by an armored vehicle.