1. German video reveals what really happened at Spring Festival parade
There were more police than participants, and police say the truth is not being reported.
2. UK: Muslim convert wanted to buy a nine-year-old virgin slave girl now faces jail
A Muslim convert who tried to join ISIS is facing jail after police discovered a diary in which he said he wanted to buy a nine-year-old slave girl.
Patrick Kabele, 32, a scaffolder from Willesden, North London, was found guilty by a majority of ten to two at Woolwich Crown Court.
The jury at Woolwich Crown Court was not aware that Kabele had expressed violent sentiments towards women, writing in one entry about 'seeding some women over here, UK white.’ […] He said he was 'keeping the hijrah/jihad dua' - a reference to prayers about moving to an Islamic country and fighting jihad.
'I'll never marry in darl kufar [land of disbelief],' Kabele added. 'Its not right so i wont do it, in anycase its not like am a virgin who's never been inside a woman. […] Giving evidence, Kabele said slaves were allowed in Islam, explaining: 'In our religion, Islam, it's ok to have slaves. The Prophet had slaves, so I'm talking if I ever possess slaves.}
3. Leader of anti-Trump women’s march is Palestinian TERRORIST who BOMBED British consulate
ONE of the organisers behind the next women’s march against President Donald Trump has been revealed as a Palestinian terrorist who took part in two deadly bombings in Israel.
Rasmea Yousef Odeh was convicted in 1970 for her role in the two terror attacks, one of which killed two students while they were out doing their food shopping.
After spending ten years behind bars, she then became a US citizen and even took up a job working as a navigator for Obamacare. […] Now Odeh has been discovered to be the brains behind the Day Without A Woman protest due to go ahead on March 8.
4. Christians flee Egypt’s Sinai after killings
Suspected Islamic militants gunned down a Christian man inside his home in northern Sinai, officials and a priest said Friday, the latest in a string of sectarian killings there that has sent hundreds of Christians fleeing and raised accusations the government is failing to protect the community.
The militants stormed the home of Kamel Youssef, a plumber, on Thursday and shot him to death in front of his wife and children in the town of el-Arish, said two security officials and the priest.
5. Muslim and Christian leaders speak at an interfaith conference on the need for peace between religions
None of the speakers point out that such a conference wouldn’t be necessary if fMuslims didn’t attack members of all other religions, all over the world.
One of the Muslim delegation can be seen making the Islamic State salute at 1:04 as he leaves, amusing his Al Azahr fellow travellers.