Wednesday, May 4, 2016

UPDATED SUNDAY 8 MAY: #Fort McMurray WILDFIRE! ISIS MUSLIMS START WILD FIRE TO BURN DOWN Fort McMurray! Causing Largest Fire Evacuation In CANADA's History!

Fort McMurray is now home to thousands of Muslims:


Fort McMurray’s Muslim community plans an ambitious, multicultural mosque 

It’s a $50-million, 10-acre complex – a brand new home for Fort McMurray’s Muslim community, breaking ground this spring. As Colin Freeze reports, it’s also an experiment in multicultural Islam on an unprecedented scale It’s Friday at noon, and a balmy minus 5 – pretty good for Fort McMurray in late November. Crowds are streaming in on foot, and cars are lined up for blocks. Everyone’s heading to the downtown mosque, the Markaz ul Islam, trying to make it in time for afternoon prayers. A man from West Africa comes in with one from Pakistan, walking past an SUV whose licence plate sits in a frame marked “Dubai.” Somali cab drivers are parking, taking a break from their shifts. Most of the faithful are wearing parkas, some with a shalwar kameez underneath. Others arrive in bright yellow construction vests, on their way back from the oil sands. Fort McMurray is home to one of Canada’s fastest-growing Muslim communities. Globe & Mail Read More>>>>>

Wild fire was started by Muslims from the Area:

3 MAY 2016

All of Fort McMurray ordered to flee wildfire in the largest fire evacuation in Alberta's history 

Fort McMurray’s more than 80,000 residents have been ordered to flee the oilsands city because of a massive wildfire, fuelled by soaring temperatures and tinder-dry forest. At 6:20 p.m., a mandatory evacuation order was issued for the entire city, with residents advised to head north to Noralta Lodge and wait for further instructions. The wildfire burning in the city limits that has forced the largest evacuation in Alberta’s history is expected to get worse Wednesday, when winds are forecast to switch direction and increase in intensity, at speeds of 25 to 50 kilometres per hour. At a Tuesday afternoon press conference, Premier Rachel Notley said that this evacuation is likely “the largest fire evacuation we’ve seen in the history of the province. This is bigger than Slave Lake.” Edmonton Journal Read More>>>>

Reports Of Muslim Setting Fires


Al Qaeda magazine encourages forest fire arson in the US

A magazine published by members of al Qaeda has called for Western Muslims to wage war within the United States, urging them to engage in lone wolf attacks, including setting forest fires. According to ABC News, a recent issue of Inspire magazine has surfaced on jihadi forums with one article titled “It Is of Your Freedom to Ignite a Firebomb”, which gives detailed instructions on how to build an “ember bomb” in a forest in the United States, and suggested Montana as a choice location due to the rapid population growth in forested areas. Wildfire Today Read More>>>>>>


Palestinian group claims credit for Arizona wildfire that killed 19 firemen

On July 1, 2013, we reported a reminder that Arizona had experienced a rapid Muslim population growth in the past ten years, in observation of the Arizona ‘wildfires’, that, at the time, were blamed on the heat wave. Arson is an everyday assault tool Muslims use in Scandinavia to harass, pressure, intimidate and threaten the people. In Denmark the Ministry of Justice kept secret over 100 arson’s committed by Muslims to avoid facing facts and actually do something about it. Now, the U.S. with Obama’s open door policy to Muslim asylum seekers, student visas and immigrants – better stack up massive funding sources to face the daily threats that will be a self-created everyday reality for the country in the coming years. Muslim Issue Read More>>>>>>

4 MAY 2016

Fort McMurray Wildfire: 60,000 Evacuated Over Out-of-Control Blaze

The entire population of the Canadian oil city of Fort McMurray was evacuating overnight as authorities battled an out-of-control wildfire that doubled to 10,000 square miles in just 24 hours.  There were long lines on highways out of the city of 61,000 people as frantic residents fled the blaze.
"Apocalyptic" and "harrowing" scenes on social media showed vehicles battling thick smoke and raging roadside flames amid the largest evacuation in the history of Alberta province.  There were no deaths or serious injuries reported but approximately 53,000 people had been evacuated as of late Tuesday, officials said. NBC Read More>>>>>>>

4 MAY 2016

Officials worry Fort McMurray fire could worsen again

The wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alta., that has prompted the biggest fire evacuation in the province’s history has now destroyed entire neighbourhoods, and officials are warning it could get worse. With temperatures in the northern Alberta town expected to hit an unseasonably hot 30 degrees Celsius Wednesday, forestry managers say it will be a huge challenge trying to get the blaze under control. Officials admit they fear that any change in weather and wind direction Wednesday could mean the destruction will spread. At a late night news conference, Bernie Schmitte, forestry manager for Alberta Foresty and Agriculture, sounded a warning. CTV News Read More>>>>>>>

4 MAY 2016

Fort McMurray fire destroys 80% of homes in Beacon Hill as city braces for more

FORT McMURRAY, Alta. -- A wildfire that is raging in the northern Alberta oilsands city of Fort McMurray has now destroyed 80% of the homes in one neighbourhood and extensively damaged property in a number of others. An overnight update from the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo says the Beacon Hill suburb in the south end has suffered the most damage from flames that ripped into the city Tuesday afternoon, forcing the evacuation of all 80,000 residents. A dozen trailers on McKinlay Crescent in Timberlea have gone up in flames, with serious losses reported in the Abasand and Waterways suburbs. Some homes have been lost in four other neighbourhoods. So far, there are no reports of injuries. Forestry manager Bernie Schmitte said at a late Tuesday conference call with the media that the worst of the blaze "is not over." Calgary Sun Read More>>>>>>

4 MAY 2016

Lack of lightning suggests a human caused Fort McMurray fire: professor

Humans are the leading cause of wildfires in Canada, says a forest fire researcher who believes the latest blaze that has ripped through parts of Fort McMurray, Alta., is no exception. Mike Flanagan, a professor of wildland fires at the University of Alberta, says the fire's proximity to the city, as well as data that shows there were no lightning strikes in the area, lead him to believe the cause of the fire was likely human. "And in spring it's heavily loaded on the side of people-caused fires," Flanagan said.An average of 1,200 wildfires are reported in Alberta each year, and half of those fires are caused by humans, according to the National Fire Database. Lightning is the second-leading cause with 47 per cent. Officials were still investigating the cause of the latest fire, which remained out of control on Wednesday as it raged around Fort McMurray, a city of about 80,000 people located 435 kilometres northeast of Edmonton. CTV News Read More>>>>>>

5 MAY 2016

Fort McMurray fire: Evacuees try to outrun inferno -- again

(CNN) Cameron Spring had 30 minutes to pack up a lifetime of memories from the house he grew up in. The raging wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta, raced toward his home, swallowing everything in its path. "We had next to no warning," the 27-year-old said. "I was able to grab some clothes, toiletries, a hard drive and laptop, passport and my Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu belt." Spring escaped just in time. His entire neighborhood of over 100 homes burned to the ground. CNN Read More>>>>>

6 MAY 2016

Blaming Global Warming For the Fire


7 MAY 2016

Fort McMurray: Fire could double in size, Canadian official says

(CNN)The Fort McMurray wildfire in Canada is massive. And it could get a lot worse. Dry, windy conditions are fueling the blaze, which has already raged over 1,010 square kilometers (389 square miles). By Saturday, it might be twice as big. "It's extremely dry out there. Wind continues to push from the southwest, to push the fire to the northeast into the forested areas," Alberta Wildfire official Chad Morrison said Friday afternoon. "There is a high potential that this fire could double in size by the end of the day tomorrow." CNN Read More>>>>>

The Fort McMurray Fire Created Lightning That Set Off New Blazes

It's the kind of disaster that feeds on itself. The massive wildfire that has driven about 90,000 people from their homes in and around the Canadian city of Fort McMurray has burned out of control for days. It's left firefighters struggling to save neighborhoods, never mind the woodlands around them. And to make matters worse, the intense heat is effectively creating its own weather, producing wind and clouds that generate lightning, but none of the rain that's needed to bring the blaze to heel. Vice News Read More>>>>>

Colby Cosh: No, nature is not to blame for the Fort McMurray fire. If only it were that simple

Fort McMurray is nature taking its revenge on man. That is the idea, I think, that I am expected to use as the kickoff for another piece about the wildfires that have disfigured Canada’s oilsands capital: Nature as a creature with a will, a thing with a mind ill-disposed to the tool-making ape that has arisen in her bosom. It goes to show you that, however irreligious we have become, we have not quite beaten the superstition out of our souls, not perfectly. National Post Read More>>>>>>>

8 MAY 2016

Fort McMurray wildfire could burn for months

Fire officials say the Fort McMurray wildfire is still spreading and is so massive that only a significant amount of rain can bring it under control. Wind gusts of 40 to 70 km/h were expected in the region Sunday, and possibly light rain, as part of a cold front that's moving into northern Alberta. The winds will help fuel the flames and what little moisture there is should not bring much relief to those battling the fire. "It certainly will increase in size today, and it's still listed as out of control and the conditions are still very dry. We do have some difficult weather, some interesting weather, coming up," said Matthew Anderson, wildfire information officer with Alberta Agriculture, speaking from Edmonton on Sunday. "There's another cold front coming through and ahead of that front it's going to be very gusty, so this morning that could cause some significant growth as the winds shift and move through," he told CBC News. "However, behind it, it's bringing cooler temperatures, at least by 10 degrees, perhaps dropping, and the humidity is increasing as well." Anderson it's not uncommon for a fire of this size to burn for months. Yahoo Read More>>>>>>>

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