How to manage your slaves, Germany preparing for a self-inflicted war, and the ongoing battle of the burkinis.
"The population will be obliged to hold an individual supply of food for ten days," the newspaper quoted the government's "Concept for Civil Defence" - which has been prepared by the Interior Ministry - as saying.
The paper said a parliamentary committee had originally commissioned the civil defense strategy in 2012.
A spokesman for the Interior Ministry said the plan would be discussed by the cabinet on Wednesday and presented by the minister that afternoon. He declined to give any details on the content.
A simpler and less expensive plan might have been not to let in one point five MILLION people who are inculcated with a religious ideology centered on destruction of unbelievers.
2. Hundreds of people stage protest to demand a ban on Burkinis, the Islamic swim wear that covers the whole body, in the town of Palavas-les-Flots in Southern France.
For a look at the evolving situation across some of Europe on the Burkini bans, please see this Rebel post.
Germany hasn’t been able to execute hundreds of deportations because migrants refuse to take flights, government figures show.
The country, which has taken 1.5 million refugees since the start of 2015, is desperately trying to deport more rejected asylum seekers to ease pressure on authorities. The government plans to reach 100,000 deportations by the end of the year, but hundreds of refugees have managed to stay by resisting to fly to their home countries.
4. Iranian cleric: "People who oppose the Mahdi (Shiia version of the return of the Islamic prophet Mohamed) will be taken as slaves or slave girls and can be loaned out to friends."
This is quite a revealing video on the Shiia ethics on sex, fidelity and slaves:
Speaking anonymously, he has spent more than 20 years deciding whether or not applicants may stay in Britain, but has now warned politicians do not take the problem seriously, and the country is facing disastrous consequences.
And some of the cases the judge and his colleague have seen "beggar belief".
The judge gives examples including a Muslim man who lived in Britain with his wife and children, before going back to his homeland to marry three more women and father more children.
Writing for the Mail on Sunday he said:
"Those later children then claimed British nationality, even though we don’t recognise polygamy in our marriage laws, and the mothers also claimed the right to come over here with the children on the basis of a right to family life.”
There were many events today that deserve to be in this list. So on top of the above five, a few more to give some sense of the scale of this conflict.
6. Iraq executes 36 people for the 2014 mass murder of military personnel in Tikrit, Iraq.
This is a link to what appears to be the actual massacre. Islamic State killers appear to be committing a mass-murder of people after capture in a pit.
CHILDCARE claims totalling more than $27 million of taxpayers’ money are suspected to have been sent to Islamic State terrorists.
Counter-terrorism police and seven other agencies are investigating if the childcare benefits and rebates are being sent overseas to help ISIS and other terrorist groups after a 10-month inquiry culminated in a raid on the Lakemba family day care business of brothers Mohammad and Ibrahim Omar, aged 25 and 27, who operate more than 600 in-home daycare providers.
This is especially interesting as earlier this month in Australia, the Founder of the International Halal Management company in Australia,was arrested on terror charges.