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  • A non-Muslim who reportedly declared that he wanted to "kill all Muslims" plowed into a crowd at the notorious jihad terror-tied Finsbury Park Mosque. Any attack on any innocent people is reprehensible and to be condemned, and this one is no different. It does, however, present a tremendous opportunity to the British political and media establishment. They have declared that "far-right extremism" is just as much of a threat as jihad terror, but they haven't had any "far-right extremism" to validate their narrative aside from an occasion strip of bacon at a mosque - only highlighting how hysterical this narrative is as the casualties of Islamic jihad attacks continue to mount.

    But now they have this, and it is clear that Theresa May and her cohorts are determined to make the most of it to take even more actions against "Islamophobia" - by which they mean not just vigilante attacks against innocent Muslims, but also honest analysis of how jihadis use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and supremacism. The Finsbury Park Mosque has a record of jihad terror activity, but reporting on that will be seen as inciting violence against innocent Muslims, and all vestiges of any sane response to the jihad terror threat that may remain in Britain now will be shut down.

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  • A lawsuit known as Gavin Grimm v. Gloucester County School Board is working its way through the courts in the United States. Gavin is a transgender high school student from a town in rural Virginia who has been pushing for three years to use male bathrooms. The case has become a cause célèbre for the transgender movement. Gavin was even given a spot on the op-ed pages of the New York Times to express his point of view.

    One of the best amicus briefs about the issue comes from a surprising partnership: a group of radical feminists and a pro-family Christian organization. The Women's Liberation Front and the Family Policy Alliance together argue that the transgender ideology will hurt women. Below are some excerpts.

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  • The road to approving same-sex marriage in the Faroe Islands has finally been completed.

    The islands have become the final Nordic country to legalise marriage equality.

    The archipelago known as the Faroe Islands, which is self-governing, voted to make it legal for same-sex couples to marry last year.

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  • Prime Minister Theresa May says the terror attack near a north London mosque is "every bit as sickening" as other recent ones to hit the UK.

    She was speaking after a man died and 10 people were injured when a man drove a van into worshippers close to the Muslim Welfare House in Finsbury Park.

    A white man aged 48 has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

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  • Another night, another horror. It seems this time that a white van man thought a mosque attack would be justifiable satisfaction for the Islamist attacks on Westminster, Manchester and London Bridge. Ploughing into Muslims outside Finsbury Park Mosque as they finished their Tarawih prayers during Ramadan, the terrorist is reported to have screamed, "I want to kill all Muslims." And he did manage to kill one in the name of unholy vengeance – an eye for an eye; measure for malevolent measure.

    There are some who won't be able to bring themselves to classify an attack on innocent Muslims outside a mosque as quite the same thing as the recent onslaughts against children at a pop concert, tourists on a bridge or lovers in restaurants and bars, but it is the selfsame, and arguably worse. These Muslims were British Londoners going about their daily acts of worship: the dead and injured were not a randomly targeted crowd of unknown faiths and feelings, but a worshipping group expressly selected for their religious beliefs. Some might call it 'Islamophobia': it is, in fact, Islamomisia – it is hatred, not fear.

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  • A controversial Marxist lesbian academic who believes primary school children should choose their own gender claims half of all young people are gay.

    Roz Ward, who until recently ran the Safe Schools Coalition gender theory program in Victoria, said same-sex attraction was more widespread than commonly believed.

    'It's more like 40 to 50 per cent of young people who are not exclusively attracted to the opposite sex,' she told a Pride Week event.

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  • ISIS has claimed responsibility for a shooting and stabbing terror attack which resulted in the death of an Israeli policewoman.

    Hadas Malka, 23, a staff sergeant major, was fatally stabbed in Jerusalem and it is the first time ISIS has said it was behind an attack in the city.

    But the claim, which came with the jihadists facing defeat in their Iraq and Syria bastions, was swiftly dismissed by Palestinian militant groups.

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  • The British Medical Association (BMA) is holding its Annual Representative Meeting (ARM) on the 25-29 June and, once again, certain factions within the British Medical Association (BMA) are trying to force the organisation to support the total decriminalisation of abortion. This will mean that the abortion limit is increased to at least 28 weeks (7 months) and, if the proponents of decriminalisation get their way, will mean that abortion is made legal throughout all nine months of pregnancy for any reason whatsoever.

    This would mean making sex-selective abortion legal. It would be perfectly lawful to kill unborn girls for the crime of being girls. This is a revolting form of sexism which no civilised society should tolerate.

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  • As many as one fifth of teenagers are 'active followers of Jesus', according to new research.

    And one of the things that encouraged them to give their lives to Christ was visits to church buildings, often with their schools.

    The poll was carried out by ComRes months ago but has onlly just been released because researchers were so surprised by the results they had them checked and double-checked.

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  • In the summer of 2011, the well-known evangelical campus ministry Campus Crusade announced it was planning to change its name to the strange abbreviation "Cru."[1] The word "crusade" had negative connotations, particularly overseas. It was identified with the medieval Christian crusades against Islam. Apparently the word became a barrier to today's campus evangelism. Similarly, when I attended Christian schools in the 60s and 70s, many of them chose as their team name "the Crusaders." This in fact was the name of my own high school in northern Ohio.

    Times have changed. Many people even in the United States believe that the Crusades were a great blot on Christian history. It's true that they were far from perfect, and Christians committed atrocities. On the other hand, the goal of the crusaders was to retake Christian territory that had been forcibly overthrown by Islam.[2] We could certainly make the case that if there're any room for just war, this would be it.[3] Getting rid of violent, murderous Islam (like ISIS today) is a legitimate military aspiration.

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