Guess what happened with the construction materials transferred into the strip by Israel?

Guess what happened with the construction materials transferred into the strip by Israel?.

…Last Monday, October 7, IDF soldiers uncovered the opening of a tunnel built by Gaza terrorists near Israeli civilian communities. The tunnel is approximately 18 meters underground and extends 1.7 kilometers. This is the third of such tunnels found along the Gaza-Israel security fence in the past year.

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idfblog.com..
13 October ’13..

Such smuggling tunnels have been used by terrorists in the past to execute attacks against civilians and military personnel. In 2006 a deadly terror attack took place while IDF soldiers engaged in a routine patrol in an armored vehicle. Armed terrorists infiltrated Israel through a smuggling tunnel killing two soldiers and taking hostage a third – Gilad Shalit.

Brig. Gen. Mickey Edelstein, Commander of the Gaza Division: “The IDF operates under the notion that there are additional tunnels jeopardizing civilians and security personnel in the area”.

The tunnel was built with approximately 500 tons of cement and concrete. Hamas and other terror organizations in the strip invest millions of dollars and resources in order to operate a thriving network of illegal tunnels leading into Israel. Sufficient evidence suggests that terrorists methodically abuse construction materials transferred into the strip by Israel as humanitarian aid in order to build such tunnels.

Brig. Gen. Mickey Edelstein, Commander of the Gaza Division: “The IDF holds the Hamas terror organization as the sole responsible body for all terror activities emanating from the Gaza Strip, and continues to operate on the intelligence and operational levels in order to apprehend terror attacks.”

Additional articles:

Israel Hayom: Gaza ‘mega tunnel’ uncovered near border kibbutz

Jerusalem Post: IDF uncovers Palestinian terrorist tunnel leading from Gaza to kibbutz in Israel

Times of Israel: IDF blames Hamas for ‘terror tunnel’ from Gaza to Israel

Link: http://www.idfblog.com/2013/10/13/gaza-terror-tunnel-opening-uncovered-israeli-side-security-fence/

Woman Gunned Down By DC Police Identified As 34 Year-old Dental Hygienist

Woman Gunned Down By DC Police Identified As 34 Year-old Dental Hygienist.

Hat Tip to You Viewed/Editorial.

Meet Miriam Carey, Suspect Reportedly Killed In The Capitol Hill Shooting
This just shoots their narrative all to hell , doesn’t it ?

Read More: http://givemeliberty01.com/2013/10/04/woman-gunned-down-by-dc-police-identified-as-34-year-old-dental-hygienist/

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Texas Libraries Celebrate “Muslim-American Culture”

Texas Libraries Celebrate “Muslim-American Culture”.

H/T Dorrie
(ME: Come on Texas, you have the rest of the nation willing to move there to escape the FEMA camps!!!)

http://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2013/10/11/texas-libraries-receive-money-to-celebrate-muslim-american-culture-with-muslim-journeys-programs/

Dorrie–> Just a little personal history: I was unrightfully banned from using the Arlington, TX Public Library for holding successful ACT! for America meetings there. The ringleaders for getting me banned were the local CAIR/MB thugs who either put pressure on, or she was the willing dupe of, the head librarian. What they conspired to do was a violation of my right of free speech. And now Fed $ go into public libraries to make sure all citizens’ free speech is mentally violated because this is nothing but taqiyya da’wah. (Look it up in my book, if you’re in any doubt what that means.)

Oh, and just recently, my ad in the TCU newspaper, the Purple Patriot, for An exposé of pastors, preachers, priests, and rabbis turned by the Muslim Brotherhood called “Beware False Prophets” coming 11/16/13 at the Hurst Conf. Ctr., was pulled because two staffers thought it would sound like the paper was promoting Muslimphobia. And lookie here, out of four TX uni libraries (and one city, what’s up with that?) that have so far succumbed to accepting this largely make-believe study program: http://www.programminglibrarian.org/muslimjourneys/mj-ltai/ltai-mj-selected-libraries.html :

Texas:

West Texas A&M University, Cornette Library, Canyon

University of North Texas Libararies’ Digital Scholarship Cooperative, Denton

Texas Christian University Library, Fort Worth [Perhaps I need to put this on the list of False Prophets]

Houston Community College Northwest Library, Houston

Smithville Public Library, Smithville

Texas libraries receive money to celebrate ‘Muslim American’ culture with Muslim Journeys programs Posted on October 11, 2013by lburt

Watchdog Wire, by Lou Ann Anderson:

October is Muslim American Heritage Month, “a month of celebration and sharing Muslim American’s contribution to the history & fabric of America.” The American Library Association (ALA) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) are further promoting this theme by sponsoring two programs Let’s Talk About It: Muslim Journeys, a scholar-led reading and discussion program for public audiences, along with a Muslim Journeys Bookshelf featuring “a collection of books, films, and other resources that will introduce the American public to the complex history and culture of Muslims in the United States and around the world.” Of 125 libraries and state humanities councils awarded the Let’s Talk About It program, five recipients are in Texas. Of 953 similar locales receiving the Muslim Journeys Bookshelf, 26 of those are in Texas. (http://www.neh.gov/files/press-release/mj-bookshelf-winners.pdf)

Denton, located just north of Dallas-Fort Worth and home to the University of North Texas, is one town receiving generous awards from these programs with the city’s public library receiving a bookshelf award and the university tapped for both the bookshelf and the discussion program.

Denton officials describes its participation as follows: The Denton Public Library will host a day of lectures and perspectives Oct. 5 with the Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys program at the Emily Fowler Central Library.

The Bridging Cultures initiative is sponsored by the American Library Association and the National Endowment for the Humanities to encourage understanding between cultures and religions. The bookshelf is a collection of books, movies, and the Oxford Islamic Studies database; these materials are now available at the Denton Public Library. The collection is categorized into several sections, each focusing on a different aspect of Muslim cultural heritage: Connected Histories; Literary Reflections; Points of View; American Stories; Pathways of Faith; and Art, Architecture, and Film. The bookshelf collection is a “featured list” in the library’s catalog – simply access the catalog at library.cityofdenton.com and click on the Featured Lists tab at the top, then click on the Muslim Journeys link to see a list of all 29 books and DVDs.

The Denton Public Library is enhancing the program with guest speakers throughout the day on Oct. 5. Dr. Mahmoud Sadri begins the program at 10 a.m., comparing the challenges of the Islamic world with historical challenges in the United States. Imam Mohamed Fouad follows at 1 p.m. to discuss the Islamic faith and the Straight Path from an Islamic perspective. He also will discuss some of the books in the bookshelf collection. Lilly Ramin and Setareh Keshmiripour will speak at 4 p.m. about growing up in the United States from a Persian, non-Muslim perspective. . . .

Click on link above for the whole article (for some reason, I cannot get it all to copy into Constant Contact).

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