Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned that he will let hundreds of thousands of migrants travel on to Europe if pushed by the EU.
He was reacting to a non-binding vote by the European Parliament to freeze talks on EU membership for Turkey.
One solution would be to convert away from islam. Oh wait but the penalty for leaving Islam is death.
KUALA TERENGGANU: Muslim men who do not perform Friday prayers in Terengganu will now face a maximum fine of RM3,000 or two years' jail. This followed the passing of a bill to amend the Terengganu Syariah Criminal Offences Enactment (Takzir) 2001 by the state assembly here yesterday. Apart from amendments to Section 16, other amendments involved Section 19 on failure to respect Ramadan and Section 53 on harassing women in public places.
According to sources in the Interior Ministry, the Viminale Plan foresees enforcement agents and detention measures for those who resist requisition of their premises for migrants.
The Interior Ministry in the figure of Angelino Alfano is preparing to requisition the real estate of Italians to place migrants.
It will be done, explains Il Giornale, beginning only as of December 4 or after a consultation referendum, in order to avoid allowing protests by citizens to influence the outcome of the vote.
4. Bulgaria: Migrants where set to KILL Police.
Yesterday we posted some stunning raw footage of a coordinated, organized battle by Muslim migrants against Bulgarian security forces. Later that day, the migrants burned down their cafeteria, and then attacked with even more ferocity as no food was available to them.
Below, the first in a series of reports by the police about the attack shown in the link above:
As is true of the rest of the Muslim world, Turkey has no interest in diversity. In fact, it is downright intolerant of it.
A neighbourhood dubbed 'Little Syria', which caters for a largely immigrant population, has come under fire for its anti-Turkish outlook.
Colourful signs, flashing lights and sales messages written Arabic have been branded “visual pollution”.
Last week, a notice was issued to shops and residents in the city of, Aksaray, Istanbul, ordering them to de-clutter building facades and overhaul their signage.
For the last eight years, Turkey has been attempting to crackdown on shopfronts and foreign displays.
Syrian residents in the area have said they will ignore the order.