1. Imam in France explains the importance of deception, stealth and patience in Islam for the purpose of conquest.
The Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council hopes adopting a new Charter for Inclusive Communities will head off anti-Muslim sentiments that appear to have jumped north of the border after the U.S. election.
The article goes on to make a series of false equivalences in the charter itself, while giving no definition of "Islamophobia".
In fact, it seems that the Trudeau government passed some kind of motion about Islamophobia using this highly disturbing definition.
MEMRI subtitles so much valuable material from the Islamic world in English.
Here is a current gem from MEMRI on how really its the "Zionists" who did 911 and set up the Muslims for it.
A theme park and a top police location were among the targets of a suspected Isis terror attack in France that was foiled over the weekend, according to local media reports.
Seven suspected terrorists, of French, Moroccan and Afghan nationalities, were arrested in Strasbourg and Marseille in a series of coordinated raids on Saturday and Sunday.
The suspects, aged between 29 and 38, were detained after an eight-month investigation by French security services.
The surveillance came to a climax due to the group’s “nervousness” as they awaited a weapons delivery, reportedly sparking intelligence agencies to spring into action as the risk to public safety increased. [...]
Fresh details have also emerged surrounding the identity of the suspects, with security sources confirming some had fought in Syria and were linked to the Isis cell that carried out the Paris attacks in November 2015 that killed 130 people.
One of those intercepted in Strasbourg, named only as 38-year-old Yasin B, was a preschool monitor who went to Syria via Cyprus in 2015.
5. Five Pakistani Muslims who burned a Christian couple to death in a kiln after falsely accusing them of setting fire to a Koran are sentenced to death
Five people have been sentenced to death in Pakistan today for killing a Christian couple who were lynched and burned in a kiln by a Muslim mob after being falsely accused of blasphemy.
The illiterate couple had been falsely accused of tossing out pages of the Koran along with the rubbish, desecrating the Muslim holy book.
The deaths of Shahzad Masih and his pregnant wife Shama Bibi caused outrage in Pakistan and saw other Christian families living near their home in Punjab to flee the area in fear.
Shahzad's father, a faith healer who used pages with inscriptions in many languages for his work, had died shortly before the incident. The couple burning some of his documents, which led to the misunderstanding.
The fact that the article emphasizes that the couple did not burn Koran pages and that it "was a misunderstanding" shows how submissive the formerly free world has become.
A few years ago, the idea of a mob torturing a couple to death because they were thought to have failed to show sufficient respect to a book,would have raised voices and lowered foreign aid.
This was an excuse to do ethnic cleansing against Christians.