1. Massive street prayers in Italy protesting the closing of Islamic beachheads.
According to this article in Italian,
"Closing mosques does not stop the prayers" , thundered that they have today, joined the event sponsored by Dhuumcatu. And, at the end of collective prayer, Renzi asked the government not to criminalize themosques and to facilitate the opening of new places of worship. A test of strength that was not at all appreciated by the center which has branded the move as "an unacceptable provocation" .
A TEENAGER French radical Islamist has been sentenced to four years in prison for throwing a jug of scalding oil at his cellmate and brutally attacking two prison guards.
The young man had already been convicted of terror-related charges and of assaulting a group of police officers, and was only 15 days into his initial prison sentence when the attack took place on August 1.
The jihadist is said to have heated the oil in a pan before aiming the boiling hot liquid at a prison guard, who was walking the terrorist's cellmate back to the shared cell.
But the young man missed his target, and threw the hot oil all over his fellow inmate's face instead, partially disfiguring him. [...]
Found in possession of a ceramic knife just two days after an ISIS fanatic killed 86 people by ploughing a 19-tonne lorry down Nice's Promenade des Anglais, the young extremist allegedly told the police officers who arrested him: "You are all unbelievers! My Nice brother was a fool.
"What he did is nothing compared to what I am about to do in the name of Allah!"
"Radical Islamist" is of course, New-speak for devout practicing Muslim.
3. Islamic State terrorists attack Kurdish controlled city of Kirkuk, taking hostages.
An interesting observation is made at the end of the video that may speak to the idea that the US is not that interested in defeating the Islamic State.
Gehad El-Haddad, the now-imprisoned former spokesman for the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood's so-called "Freedom and Justice Party," was effectively the "Baghdad Bob" of the Arab Spring.
Educated in the UK and the son of a top Muslim Brotherhood leader, Gehad served as the special advisor on foreign policy to deposed Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi.
Gehad incited violence, justified the torture of protesters, recycled fake news stories, and staged fake scenes of confrontation during the 2013 Rabaa protests.
He was arrested in September 2013 after the fall of Morsi and the bloody confrontations during the breakup of the Muslim Brotherhood's protest camps in Rabaa Square and around Cairo.
Here is a video of a speech by the US supported, Mohammad Morsi in 2012
The entrance to the immigration centre welcoming busloads of ‘child’ migrants every day from Calais has been obscured by a 15ft high scaffolding and canvas fence, hiding the identities of new arrivals.
The giant barrier appeared overnight, 24 hours after the migrants began arriving with blankets over their heads. It was unveiled on the same day the first ‘child migrant’ was proven, with hard evidence, to be over 18.
Yet another George Soros project to destroy classical civilization.