1. Four foreign Kebab shop workers KILL a Polish man who threw a firecracker towards their shop. Polish people respond:
In the town of Elk in Poland, a 21 year-old polish man threw a firecracker in the direction of a Kebab restaurant on New Year's Eve. Four kebab workers, from Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia did not like it and they killed the Pole with knives. Police already have the killers in custody. However people in Elk did not like it and today they got together and they protested against the migrants. Also they showed what happens to the restaurants whose workers kill Poles in Poland. None of the men arrested where drunk.
The firecracker was thrown not against the kebab shop, but just in that direction.
2. This video claims to be a wedding in Berlin on Sylvester (New Years Eve). Notice how the fireworks seem not to be pointed up.
(Can't say for 100% sure, but there does appear to be some yelling now and again that sounds a tad like, "Allah hu ackbar".)
This is the first picture of the prime suspect police are hunting after a gunman 'screamed Allahu Akbar' before opening fire in a Turkish nightclub - slaughtering 39 people. The suspect is a member of the East Turkestan branch of ISIS, according to Turkish media reports. Turkish intelligence forces are said to be closing in on the unnamed suspect who allegedly 'screamed Allahu Akbar' as he shot at revellers celebrating the New Year inside Reina nightclub.
(offering a data point to add to the other billion data points, that all speech and thought laws were made to be selectively enforced in favour of leftists and Muslims.)
Police the other day registered a case against Shaan Taseer, son of slain Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer, for alleged ‘hate speech’ after he sent a greeting out to fellow countrymen on the occasion of Christmas..
On the Christmas Day, Shaan sent a greeting out to fellow countrymen especially blasphemy accused Aasia Bibi.
In the video, shared by Christian Times on social networking website Facebook, Shaan had criticised the misuse of blasphemy laws in Pakistan and expressed his solidarity with blasphemy accused Aasia Bibi and Nabeel Masih, another Christian boy accused of blasphemy.
Soon after the video went viral, Islampura police station received an application from its SHO Nasir Hameed and subsequently booked Shaan under Section 295-A of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) without naming him in the report.
Meanwhile, Sunni Tehreek also issued a fatwa against Shaan for allegedly committing blasphemy as well as apostasy.
(This would be a good moment for a Gomer Pyle)
The Charity Commission said the number of times it had shared concerns with police and other agencies had nearly trebled from 234 to 630 in just three years.
Commissioners opened eight compliance cases and four formal inquiries into “allegations of abuse of charities for terrorist or extremist purposes” in 2015/16.
Charity Commission chairman William Shawcross told the Telegraph extremism was “the most potentially dangerous and deadly” problem faced by charities.
Perhaps someone should let Tell Mama know?