Suspected Islamic extremists kill dozens of students at Nigerian agricultural college as they slept, school official says

Commentary By:  Gordon King

Here’s more news about “Peaceful” Islam.  Ha!  Are you kidding me?!  How and why in the world do these Muslims keep trying to defend this faith?  They are grasping at straws folks.  They have no reasonable explanation, only double talk, lies and untruths.  A god who commands it’s followers to perform such atrocities, is no god at all.

What bothers me the most about this is that I hear no outrage.  I don’t see any government or the United Nations doing a thing about it, nor do they even seemed concerned about it.  Who is trying to stop these Muslim murders from committing more of these crimes against humanity?  Who?!

Why isn’t President Obama standing up against such murderous acts of violence?  Does anyone even hear him mention these incidents?  Why is the world letting the Muslims get away with this?

Remember this:  “Islam, the religion of Peace”.

And God said, they shall be known by their fruit!

As many as 50 students may have been gunned down in the attack that began at about 1 a.m. Sunday in rural Gujba, said Molima Idi Mato, provost of the Yobe State College of Agriculture.

epa03888508 A  photograph made available 29 September 2013 shows a Nigerian man viewing damage caused from blasts and shootings which took place between police and unidentified gunmen in Saminaka, Kaduna state Nigeria 28 September 2013. Nigeria has seen an increase of violence by armed groups and militants lately, with many people killed in fighting.  EPA/RUTH McDOWALL

A Nigerian man views damage caused from blasts and shootings which took place between police and unidentified gunmen in Saminaka, Kaduna on Saturday.    RUTH McDOWALL/EPA

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POTISKUM, Nigeria – Suspected Islamic extremists attacked an agricultural college in the dead of night, gunning down dozens of students as they slept in dormitories and torching classrooms in an ongoing Islamic uprising in northeast Nigeria, the school’s provost said.

As many as 50 students may have been killed in the attack that began at about 1 a.m. Sunday in rural Gujba, Provost Molima Idi Mato of the Yobe State College of Agriculture, told The Associated Press.

“They attacked our students while they were sleeping in their hostels, they opened fire at them,” he said.

He said he could not give an exact death toll as security forces still are recovering bodies.

The Nigerian military has collected 42 bodies and transported 18 injured students to Damaturu Specialist Hospital, said a military intelligence official, who insisted on anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to the press.

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Report: TSA employee misconduct up 26% in 3 years

By Michael Pearson. Ed Payne and Rene Marsh, CNN

(CNN) — Let’s get this out of the way straight off: The Transportation Security Administration is probably not going to top anyone’s list of Favorite Federal Government Agencies.

And the stories of its failures spread faster than a speeding jetliner: TSA officers stealing money from luggage, taking bribes from drug dealers, sleeping on the job.

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Jean Claude Juncker: Europe’s demons are only sleeping

A senior European politician has made the extraordinary claim that resentment of Germany by the Mediterranean countries has “chilling” parallels with complacency in 1913 that led to the First World War.

Jean Claude Juncker warns resentment of Germany could lead to new European war

Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker Photo: AP

Jean Claude Juncker, prime minister of Luxembourg, who chaired a group of Euro-zone finance ministers at the height of the financial crisis, claimed that elections in Italy and Greece brought “national resentments to the surface, which we’d believed had gone away”.

He said that he had been appalled by protesters’ banners in Greece which showed Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, in Nazi uniform.

Mr Juncker said in an interview with the magazine Der Spiegel: “Anyone who believes that the eternal question of war and peace in Europe is no longer there risks being deeply mistaken.

“The demons have not gone away – they’re only sleeping, as the wars in Bosnia and Kosovo showed. I am struck by how much conditions in Europe in 2013 are similar those of 100 years ago.”

The way in which some political figures in Germany had been criticised in Greece has left “deep wounds” Mr Juncker said. He said the Italian election was also “excessively hostile to Germany and therefore anti-European”.

During the Italian elections, Silvio Berlusconi blamed “German-centric” policies for Italy’s economic problems.

Mr Juncker, who chaired the Euro Group from 2005 until he stepped down in January this year, said that he saw parallels with 1913.

“In 1913 many believed that there would be no more war in Europe. The great powers of the continent were so closely inter-twined economically that the view was widespread that they could no longer have military confrontations,” he said.

Mr Juncker also claimed that the only way for Europe to continue to wield global influence in future was through being united. The governments of Germany, France and Britain all knew that the only way their voice could be heard internationally was “through the megaphone of the EU,” he said.

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