Man, that scorched tummy has got to hurt!
Curled up in fetal position in a New York City subway tunnel with his belly seared black, terrorist Akayed Ullah could only bury his face into the filthy tiles of the floor — only made dirtier by his presence.
Some media organizations were quick to downplay the incident as an “attempted” terror attack.
No. It was a terror attack.
The animal was not detected beforehand and his plot was not foiled by authorities. A bomb did go off and terror was most certainly struck in hearts of millions. It all could have ended very, very differently and untold numbers of innocent humans would have — once again — been slaughtered in the name of Allah.
It was only Akayed Ullah’s stupidity and incompetence that spared us a far worse tragedy.
So much for 72 virgins, Ullah. Looks like you will be the only virgin — when you get to prison.
Almost immediately, the delusional wags in the media set out to blame President Trump. Obviously.
Bangladesh — the paradise nation that originally spawned Ullah — is not on the list of countries from which Mr. Trump wants to curtail immigration, they sneered.
OK, fine, then let’s add it to the list.
Turkish President Recep Erdogan recently completed an official state visit to Greece. What was supposed to be a trust building exercise has turned into a literal threat to the security of Greece and the whole Balkan region.
From Greek City Times: “There are some details in the Treaty of Lausanne, which are not properly understood. This is an agreement signed 94 years ago and not just between Greece and Turkey”, Erdogan replied while naming Japan as one of these countries, with Pavlopoulos stressing the importance of respect to international law.
Moreover, Erdogan referred to the 100,000 members of the Muslim minority living in Thrace as “Turkish” and said they are being subjected to discriminations as they are not provided with the necessary support. He also said that the European Court of Human Rights supported defining members of the minority as “Turkish” rather than solely “Muslims. The Turkish President is scheduled to hold a private visit to the region, before leaving Greece, on Friday.
Erdogan reiterated his view that the Lausanne Treaty needs to be “revised”. “The Lausanne Treaty was signed by 11 countries. Are there only provisions for the Aegean in the treaty? Isn’t there anything about the status of the two minorities? In western Thrace we have a Muslim minority and we believe there can be new thoughts on this issue», he stressed adding that despite the issues of the Aegean are tricky they can be resolved through dialogue. Answering to journalist’s on what is the meaning of those “revisions” he is suggesting for the Treaty of Lausanne he clarified that his country “does not covet the territorial integrity of any neighboring country”