1. Vancouver: Mohammed Sahib arrested for sexual assaulting bus driver while she was operating her vehicle
A man is in custody after he allegedly sexually assaulted a bus driver while she was driving east along Lougheed Highway last week.
According to transit police the suspect, Mohammed Sahib, allegedly first harassed and then groped the driver between the legs.
The Coast Mountain driver fended off the suspect, pushed the alarm, and continued to the Production Way SkyTrain Station. […] Sahib, who is known to police, was also arrested on an existing warrant for theft under $500. He will next appear in Vancouver Provincial Court Jan. 30.
2. Migrant breaks Viennese Symphony viola player’s finger because he asked them to stop smoking
Original German language article here.
Full English translation here, excerpted below:
The symphony musician stood on the platform of the U4 station Karlsplatz in the direction of Hütteldorf when he smelled the typical cigarette smoke.
“I saw three teenagers and pointed out that smoking in the subway area is not allowed.”
Because the youths — probably Arabs or Afghans —claimed not to understand him, Bachmann repeated his request in English. Then the opponent who was smoking spat in his face.
Below, the musician in concert:
3. The Rebel has already posted a story on how a group of migrants in Sweden brutally raped a teenage girl and live streamed it on Facebook.
Un-pixelated photos of the migrant perpetrators:
4. Amnesty International believes the most important issue is people being suspicious of Muslims
5. Non-Muslim leftists chant “Allah hu Akbar” at Women’s March
This attempt to marry Islam and women rights is another act of desperation from far left wing extremists.
The chants for "Allah" however, are farther up on the “last-ditch effort” scale than even the Dutch Prime Minister’s feeble attempt to capitalize on public discontent with his own immigration policies, or French Prime Minister Manuel Valls suddenly trying to look like an immigration hard liner as Marine le Pen surges in the polls.