Really, there is enough material to do a "top 20" every single day, and that is without looking hard...
Turkey is sending hundreds of thousands of migrants (who are not refugees by any international definition) into Europe and demanding billions of Euros to hold back the tide.
They're only taking back a few of those fake refugees, if Europe agrees to a 1:1 swap for ones who are actual refugees.
Meanwhile, Turkey shoots and kills genuine refugees fleeing the Islamic State for Turkey.
Eight Syrians were killed by Turkish border guards while fleeing violence in their war-torn country, according to footage obtained by The Times. Most of the victims were women and children.
The group was trying to cross into Turkey through a mountain smuggling route at the western end of the border on Sunday night, but were forced back by government forces firing live rounds.
Video footage recorded on a mobile phone reportedly shows a man carrying his young son after the boy was shot in both legs. The father is seen turning back down the mountain path in search of medical help.
2. Leaked Report: Muslim chaplains promote extremism, distribute hate literature in UK prisons
This one is funny. By distributing hate literature, they must mean the Koran.
3. Karachi, Pakistan: Gunmen on motorcycles murder seven guards protecting a polio vaccination site in that culturally rich nation.
Where "culturally enriched" means no white Christians, or very, very few of course.
If polio vaccination programs are ended, it might be a good idea to refuse passage to Western nations from Pakistan.
WOW! They actually say Islamic State! That is progress.
NATO and EU security chiefs say Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) wants to use chemical or nuclear weapons to attack Britain.
During the Security and Counter Terror conference in London on Tuesday and Wednesday, a group of policing and counter terrorism experts delivered a dire warning.
5. EU Counter-terror chief says no to jailing returning jihadis from the Islamic state as they will just get "more radicalized" in jail.
Another brilliant example of why we must not treat Islamic Jihad as a law and order problem but as a military one.
Bonus item -- Some good news at last:
Now if only the victims of the Argentinian Jewish center could expropriate Iranian property and compensate the victims of that bombing, now clearly established to be the work of Iran.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that almost $2 billion in frozen Iranian assets must be turned over to American families of people killed in the 1983 bombing of a U.S. Marine Corps barracks in Beirut and other attacks blamed on Iran.
The court's 6-2 ruling dealt a setback to Iran's central bank, finding that the U.S. Congress did not usurp the authority of American courts by passing a 2012 law stating that the frozen funds should go toward satisfying a $2.65 billion judgment won by the families against Iran in U.S. federal court in 2007.
Bank Markazi had challenged a 2014 ruling by the New York-based 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that the assets, bonds held in a trust account overseen by former federal judge Stanley Sporkin, should be handed over to the more than 1,000 American plaintiffs.
With the legal questions resolved, lawyers for the plaintiffs said all that is left is for a federal judge to allow Sporkin to distribute the funds.
Bonus item 2:
It seems that the spectators of this fight aren't so happy with the winner's salutations.
Bonus item 3:
While not really a counter-Jihad story, this speaks to the other main vector of attack against classical civilization and reason. Cultural-Marxism.
Here is proof that the contemporary left is waging a war on reason itself, using political correctness and identity politics as a battering ram on classical civilization:
Federal Court: Schools May Not Provide Separate Bathrooms Based on Biology
The Fourth Circuit Court ruled today against a Virginia school district that sought to accommodate a transgender student while also protecting the privacy rights of other students.
The federal court concluded that Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972—which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex—should be interpreted as prohibiting discrimination on the basis of gender identity, as a Department of Education letter suggested in 2015. The ruling allows a lawsuit brought by a transgender student to proceed.