For the next few days, the site may be up and down a bit…
I waited to switch my domain away from GoDaddy until the 29th, to take advantage of the offer of donations to the EFF… and during the transfer period, the site may be up and down a bit, as I am not always good at following directions and it takes my kids a while to straighten things out again.
I’ll be back soon…
“In Havlish, et al. v. bin La den, et al. , Judge Daniels held that the Islamic Republic of Iran, its Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Hosseini Khamenei, former Iranian president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, and Iran’s agencies and instrumentalities, including, among others, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (“IRGC”), the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Security (“MOIS”), and Iran’s terrorist proxy Hezbollah, all materially aided and supported al Qaeda before and after 9/11. “
This is all well and good, but what does this truly mean?
Will the representatives of the Iranian regime who enter the U.S.A. be arrested and held accountable?
Will they – at least – be expelled from the US and will all representatives of the Government of Iran be prevented from entering the US, including to attend the UN, ehich is physically located there?
Because if they are not then what is the point of even going through with this exercise?
Readers of this blog may be familiar with some, like:
“B is for Baglow v. Smith, an Ontario Superior Court decision which ruled that comments on a blog should not necessarily give rise to a claim in defamation, when the person alleging defamation has a right of reply in the same blog.”
Well worth bookmarking for future reference…
Do you remember the case of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, the Austrian woman who had the courage to speak truth about Islam?
Europeans are increasingly legislating dhimmitude!
Where will this end?
(it includes a kitty pic of Pip – major bonus!!!)