1. A Muslim organization which has camps all over the US (and likely Canada) have been told to arm themselves to prepare for Trump's presidency.
Muslims of America, also known as Jamat ul Fuqra, have been told to make ready for war by their leader, Sheikh Gilani, in the wake of a Trump election.
An Islamist group with secretive compounds around the U.S. is arming up in anticipation of raids by the incoming Trump administration, according to a new report from a nonprofit think tank.
Muslims of America, which is headquartered in Hancock, N.Y., and run from Pakistan by leader Sheikh Gilani, operates 22 “Islamic villages” around the nation. The compounds are legal, but Gilani has recently ordered all unarmed members to gather firearms, licenses and hunting permits, according to Clarion Project. Gilani believes his group will be targeted by Trump.
“I foretold disastrous results should this man be elected as the American President,” Gilani said in a statement shortly after Trump was elected president on Nov. 8. “He has come as a test and trial for the faithful adherents of the holy books.”
One of many undercover videos of activity within the New York Islamberg headquarters of Muslims of America:
More on the organization:
The "Islamist" in question is none other than the infamous Mullah Krakar, who can be seen in the chillingly honest video interview below. Think of Anjem Choudary, now with 20 per cent more evil.
Norway's public prosecutor ordered on Wednesday the release of an Iraqi Kurdish imam after Italian authorities withdrew a year-old extradition request linked to suspicions he had plotted attacks.
Mullah Krekar, the one-time leader of the Ansar al-Islam militant group, was arrested in Norway in November 2015 as part of a series of arrests across Europe. Italian prosecutors later asked for his extradition.
Norway has now ordered Krakar's release for unspecified reasons.
Villagers in the semi-autonomous region of Galmadug in central Somalia also killed 10 terrorists during three days of fighting, the villager said, adding that Somali authorities had provided no help or support.
The Islamist insurgent group al Shabaab is battling a weak United Nations-backed government in Mogadishu in an effort to impose its strict interpretation of Islamic law in areas of the country it controls.
"Al Shabaab ordered us to pay dozens of animals for zakat (Islamic tax) and we rejected this - that is how the fighting started. We killed 10 militants on the first day," local elder Nur Abdullahi told Reuters.
A number of Saudi social media users reacted with anger when a woman posted Monday a picture showing her in Riyadh without the traditional body covering known as the abaya and headscarf known as the hijab.
A 21-year-old student from the city of Dammam who called herself Sara Ahmed for fear that her real name could put her in danger shared the tweet of a woman named Malak Al Shehri photographed wearing a dark blue coat, bright multicolored skirt and boots. Next to the picture, she included screenshots of three tweets by accounts calling for justice and even violence against Shehri. All three tweets included an Arabic hashtag that translates to "We demand the imprisonment of the rebel Angel Al Shehri." The name Malak translates to "Angel" in Arabic.
5. The European Union shows its true face, as President Junker of the European Commission orders Europe not to hold any more referendums on leaving the EU.
The beleaguered European Commission president gave the desperate cry to members as the EU superstate dream slips from Brussels’ grasp following Britain’s momentous Brexit vote.
Terrified Mr Juncker admitted he knows European’s have a “lack of love” for the Brussels club.
His desperate plea come as Austria’s presidential favourite, Norbert Hofer, threatened to hold a referendum to cut ties with the crumbling bloc if he takes power this weekend.
In fact, some polls show that France is the most anxious to escape the undemocratic, globalist European Union. A Marine le Pen presidency might bring forth a FREXIT, and that would likely be it for the EU.
It would also likely mean the reimplementation of national boundaries and a beginning of an end to the catastrophic migration crisis and a restoration of classical European cultures.