Hungary carries out major anti-terror drills led by PM Viktor Orban; Corsican separatists wage battle with French police, rich gulf state Muslim visitors to France make weird (and illegal) demands — and much more.
1. Viktor Orban explains anti-terror drills in Hungarian municipal transportation station.
This drill combines police with military style units and demonstrates evolving tactics being used by Hungarian security. They are, in fact, expecting something soon.
2. Corsican Nationalists take on French police as several of their members go on trial:
As the nation of France seems intent on committing suicide by Muslim immigration, one might see why there would be a robust separatist movement on an island with a history of defending itself from Muslim slave raiders and conquerors.
3. Luxury Paris hotel to pay cleaner $60,000 for being raped by Qatari guest. There is also quite an interesting set of demands made on interior decorators by Saudi clients:
No one saw that coming.
Some 70 foreigners without residence permits who were being held in the Sangonera la Verde centre near the southeastern city of Murcia managed to escape on Wednesday evening.
"One of the foreigners first pretended to be ill, and when the ambulance came to take him away, the others rose up in mutiny," a police spokeswoman told AFP.
"More than half of the foreigners who fled have been returned to the centre. Twenty-eight are still missing."
During the revolt, men "grabbed fire extinguishers and various items to throw them," the spokeswoman said, adding that five police officers were slightly injured.
It's almost like religious Muslims are more loyal to their religion, and religious ambitions for Islamic manifest destiny than they are to preventing terror in the countries that adopted them.
An organised campaign led by extremists has been using false claims and misleading arguments to scaremonger about the Prevent counter-extremism strategy, a policy paper from cross-party think tank the Henry Jackson Society (HJS) found.
The groups have been claiming "Prevent" only targets Muslims, which has had a damaging effect as it has gained footholds in schools, universities, local councils and politics, the report released today says.
Prevent was developed as part of Britain's counter-terrorism policy to "respond to the ideological challenge of terrorism" and to "prevent people from being drawn into terrorism". [...]
Controversial advocacy group CAGE, which has worked with Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg, also campaigned alongside the NUT, MEND and the NUT.
CAGE has been accused by the HJS of infiltrating universities and schools to organise academic criticism of Prevent.
(NOTE: "Prevent" is one of the UK's counter-terrorism initiatives.)