Watch: Tense Moment Riot Breaks Loose In Refugee Camp When Girl Is Spotted Not Wearing THIS

Mike Klepper was quoted as saying, “It is simply impossible for said ‘refugees’ to check their Islamism at the door.”

According to The Daily Caller, a riot has broken out in a Belgian refugee camp consisting of Iraqi, Syrian, and Afghani refugees, apparently over compliance with Islamic rules of dress.

The refugees were forced to choose sides after a group of Afghanis attempted to attack a young girl for not wearing a headscarf, otherwise known as a hijab. The Syrians and Iraqis stood up for the young girl, upset and perplexed as to why the Afghanis chose to make an example of her.

The matter had been boiling over for days before a full-blown riot erupted with more than 100 people involved. Red Cross worker An Luyten said, “Two or three Afghans had been targeting a young girl from Syria for a couple of days because she was not covering her head covering.”

“You may call this strange, because several other girls were also not wearing a headscarf. It is not clear why they were after this girl in particular,” Luyten stated.

The rioters grabbed whatever they could and began throwing items at each other. Authorities moved in arresting seven rioters, which included “the four that were part of the core portion [who] have been transferred to a detention center,” said Luyten. In all, seven refugees were injured in the riots.

Theo Francken, Belgium’s Secretary of State for Asylum, Migration and Administrative Simplification, called the riot “totally unacceptable … They come here, they are guests here … We are not with them. They have to adapt to our rules.”

More pictures and video of the riot can be seen by clicking here.

A ‘Counter Jihad’ Was Just Launched That’ll Absolutely Enrage Islamist Groups

In a Breitbart News report, Jordan Shachtel writes that “Secure Freedom, an initiative of the Center for Security Policy (CSP), will be launching a new campaign called CounterJihad, an endeavor that hopes to empower readers with the intellectual firepower to fight back against the radical Islamic current that is coming over this nation, and the rest of the world.”

The Counter Jihad initiative, according to CSP executive vice-president Jim Hanson, is not designed to target Muslims. Hanson told Brietbart, “We’re not anti-Muslim, but we strongly oppose those Muslims who believe they are divinely called to impose totalitarian sharia doctrine on others.”

One group the CSP’s Counter Jihad campaign opposes is CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations. The Counter Jihad campaign is “a response to the incursion by dangerous Islamist groups and their intolerant ideology into the American way of life. We will educate the public and explain how concerned Americans can help stop this,” according to Hanson. CAIR is one of those Islamist groups the Counter Jihad initiative will attempt to expose.

According to Shachtel, CAIR has been declared a terrorist group by the United Arab Emirates, is an unindicted co-conspirator in the trial of the Holy Land Foundation, and is heavily influenced by Hamas, a group the U.S. considered for many years to be a terrorist organization.

Counter Jihad’s mission statement reads:

The Counter Jihad is a movement to safeguard Americans and uphold the values embodied in the Founding from the danger posed by Islamic Supremacists. We are all aware of the barbaric acts of ISIS, al Qaeda and the others flying the Black Flag. Sadly their violence continues to kill innocents around the world and here at home. They fight in the cause of Jihad to impose their totalitarian religion on all people. But they are not the only ones working toward that goal. There are other Islamist groups who seem much less dangerous on the surface, but actually represent an even more insidious threat to free western society. They seek to use our very freedoms as weapons against us.

For more information on the Counter Jihad initiative, or to get involved, click here.

Look: Muslims Are Going To HATE This Magazine Cover… You’ll Know Why Immediately

With a graphic flair and an open distaste for the politically correct, a major Polish magazine cover depicts six dark arms grabbing a model wearing the European Union’s flag under the blazing headline, “ISLAMIC RAPE ON EUROPE.”

The magazine wSieci, whose name in English means The Network, bills its current edition as revealing “what media and elites in Brussels hide from European Union citizens” and includes stories headlined “Does Europe Want to Commit Suicide?” and “The Hell of Europe.”

“The people of old Europe after the events of New Year’s Eve in Cologne painfully realized the problems arising from the massive influx of immigrants. The first signs that things were going wrong, however, were there a lot earlier. They were still ignored or were minimized in significance in the name of tolerance and political correctness,” wrote Aleksandra Rybinska in the cover story, referencing the hundreds of rapes reported in Cologne.

The magazine discusses differences between Islam and Christianity and says the two religions have been at war “over the last 14 centuries,” and that there is now a “clash of two civilizations in the countries of old Europe.” The magazine says that conflict is unavoidable because Muslims coming to Europe “carry conflict with the Western world as part of the collective consciousness.”

“There is concern that European leaders have too late drawn the obvious conclusions, and some of them feel self-loathing,” one article says.

“Europe is an oasis of prosperity and peace” compared to Africa and the Middle East, the magazine says. It warns that the millions of arriving Muslims will “shock and undermine Europe.”

Poland has reportedly increased patrols along its border with Germany to prevent Muslim refugees from entering the country.

h/t: The Daily Caller

Questions Raised By Obama’s Mosque Speech

Speaking at the Islamic Society of Baltimore the day before the National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama again sent an ideological message in need of fact-checking to Americans as he called for tolerance toward Muslims and unity of all faiths.

Obama’s visit to the U.S. mosque was controversial because its former imam, Mohamad Adam el-Sheikh, was accused of terrorist connections; and the mosque is a Muslim site with deep ties to extremist elements, including the Muslim Brotherhood. El-Sheikh formed a group whose parent organization provided funds to Osama bin Laden, al-Qaeda, Hamas and other terrorist organizations, according to the U.S. Treasury Department.

For those who are informed and understand the president’s worldview, nothing he said was surprising. He thanked “Muslim-Americans” for helping to build this country, said Islam is not to blame for terrorist attacks, and added, “We are one American family.”

For more than a thousand years people have been drawn to Islam’s message of peace. And the very word itself, Islam, comes from “salaam”–peace. The standard greeting is “salaam alaikum”–peace be upon you. And like so many faiths, Islam is rooted in a commitment to compassion and mercy and justice and charity. Whoever wants to enter paradise, the Prophet Mohammad taught, let him treat people the way he would love to be treated.

First, another meaning derived from that same root word, “salaam,” is submission. Islam promotes conquest and surrender; Muslims are to submit to Allah, and all others must convert or face consequences. Also, some have been drawn to ISIS – not because Islam is a message of peace, but because they get to kill “infidels.”

Mohammad was a bloodthirsty warrior who conquered cities. This certainly does not fit with the Golden Rule taught by Jesus Christ. Finally, there is little assurance of paradise unless a Muslim kills himself and others in the name of Allah.

Christians, however, are guaranteed eternal life by trusting in Jesus Christ as Lord (Rom. 10:9-10); and, being saved by God’s grace through faith (Eph. 2:8-10), we are given the Holy Spirit in our hearts as a pledge of our inheritance (2 Cor. 1:22).

Obama also stated:

Islam has always been part of America; Generations of Muslim-Americans helped build our nation.

I don’t seem to recall Muslim founders, patriots, or Muslim pilgrims being mentioned in history books and textbooks at school when I was growing up; do you?

Naturally, the president seized the opportunity to criticize anti-Muslim rhetoric by Republican presidential candidates.

Recently, we’ve heard inexcusable political rhetoric against Muslim Americans that has no place in our country.

Apparently, this was a shot at Donald Trump and those who support border security and the vetting of refugees. Defending terrorists once again, he said, “we can’t suggest that Islam itself is at the root of the problem. That betrays our values.” Sin is the root of man’s problems, but whose values is he referring to specifically?

We do know Obama values abortion, socialism, the U.N., the LGBT agenda, and many other anti-Christian views as demonstrated by his words and policies. Before he was elected president, when asked in an interview about the meaning of “sin,” Obama stated sin is “being out of alignment with my values.” In the same interview, he said he doesn’t know what happens after we die, and claimed that Jesus was merely a historical figure. Christians believe Jesus Christ is Lord and God.

The president gave lip service to religious freedom in America, saying it must be upheld; but why doesn’t he defend Christian bakers, florists, photographers, etc. when they are fined or have their businesses shut down due to their sincere religious beliefs? Do we also need to mention how the Obama Justice Department came down on Hobby Lobby, Little Sisters of the Poor, and others?

Going back to the mosque, the president also stated:

We have to reaffirm that most fundamental of truths—we are all God’s children, all born equal with inherent dignity.

Having dignity is one thing, but according to the Bible, we are not all children of God. In fact, Jesus once said those who were trying to kill him were of their father, the devil. It is true we were created in the image of God, but until a person is born of the Spirit of God, he or she cannot become an adopted child of God. (1 John 4:1-6) Muslims do not accept the authority and deity of Christ.

Our television shows should have some Muslim characters that aren’t related to national security.

He also affirmed there are now more black people on TV, so I’m not even sure what to say here. The president added:

In Muslim communities…this is a time of concern and frankly, a time of some fear… As Muslim Americans…your entire community so often is targeted or blamed for the violent acts of the very few.

If this is true, then why is it that no one seems to be afraid of offending Christians, but many people fear offending Muslims? We should also question his calculated use of these words: entire, often, targeted, blamed, and very.

The president also insisted we make sure that hate crimes are punished, and the civil rights of all Americans are upheld. But some consider it “hate” to say that Jesus is the only way to the Father, or that homosexuality is a sin.

I like what Fox News commentator Todd Starnes, said:

Did Obama call on Muslims to embrace LGBT rights — like he does when he speaks to Christian gatherings? I wonder if Obama’s speech writer got his facts from the Common Core lessons on Islam?

One of the more surprising claims Obama made was, “Islam has a tradition of respect for other faiths.” Um, really? This had to be off-prompter. Have proponents of Islam traditionally shown respect for the Jewish and Christian faiths as well as others they consider “infidels”? You don’t have to answer that.

Perhaps he thinks Christian persecution does not exist. With tens of thousands of Christians worldwide being chased out of their homes and villages, many of them being killed as churches are destroyed, Obama warned against anti-Muslim bigotry? The fact is that Jews are four times more likely than Muslims to be victims of a hate crime.

As Muslim communities stand up for the future you believe in… America will be your partner.

Not all of America, if that future includes shredding the U.S. Constitution, mistreating women, implementing Sharia Law, and dominating our culture, government, education system, and media.

Finally, to Muslims, the president said, “Let your light shine.” How exactly is this translated in terms of the Quran and Muhammad’s teachings?

American citizens might take him more seriously if there were Muslim groups denouncing Islamic terrorism and speaking out on behalf of the victims of violence in the name of Allah. And if Obama supported Christianity the way he does Islam, these speeches wouldn’t fall on as many deaf ears.

It is both disingenuous and doublespeak to divide Americans while preaching “unity.” More often than not, Obama’s actions and rhetoric seem to do more damage to our society than good. Of course, some believe this was part of the agenda all along.

David Fiorazo is author of the book The Cost of Our Silence

Rush Limbaugh Just Asked The One Question About Obama’s Mosque Visit He Wasn’t Supposed To

In light of President Obama’s first official visit to a mosque while in office, he has received widespread criticism for both choosing a facility with links to Islamic extremism and thanking those in attendance for their purported contributions to national peace.

Some of the fiercest backlash came from syndicated radio host Rush Limbaugh during his program Thursday. The veteran broadcaster used the controversial address to highlight some questions about Obama’s self-professed Christian faith.

“Why did he choose to become a Christian?,” Limbaugh asked, after painting a picture of the way Obama has characterized both Islam and Christianity.

“Barack Obama, he goes into this radical mosque in Baltimore [Wednesday],” he said. “He talks about how Islam has always been part of the fabric of America, and I stopped. I said, ‘Really?’ I didn’t know that.”

Not only does the president talk “about how awesome Islam is all the time,” Limbaugh continued, “at the same time, he’s out there, and look what he says about Christians. He says he is one. Look, he talks about them as bitter clingers and they hold on to their guns when they’re nervous.”

In light of his dichotomous position on the two faiths, the host wondered why Obama would have chosen to follow Christ.

“I’ve always wondered that,” Limbaugh concluded. “He’s such a defender and promoter of Islam, and, on the other hand, he and his party are constantly denegrating Christians. I don’t care what the issue is — whether it’s guns, whether it’s gay marriage, any cultural or social issue, or the ‘bitter clinger’ comments.”