1. Member of gang rapists in Sweden awarded over 100K of Swedish Krowns.
This is a human translation done from an original news story at this Swedish site.
The full translation, of which a part is below, can be seen here.
One of the African asylum seekers from Eritrea who was present when a woman in Ludvika was brutally gang-raped is now granted 140,000 Swedish kronor in damages from the Swedish taxpayers. This despite the fact that he had participated in the rape and even kissed the woman, reports the Dala-Democrat. [...]
The district court sentenced each of the three Eritreans to four years in prison, the penalty for aggravated rape. But the Court of Appeal chose to free the Africans because the victim described “one of the men as more passive during the rape,” reports the “Dala-Democrat” and the court decided that therefore, that all three men would be acquitted.
2. Hot dogs "must be renamed" in Malaysia, says religious government body.
"In Islam, dogs are considered unclean and the name cannot be related to halal certification," he said.
Malaysian halal food guidelines say "halal food and halal artificial flavour shall not be named or synonymously named after non-halal products such as ham, bak kut teh, bacon, beer, rum and others that might create confusion," local media said.
Muslim-majority Malaysia practises a moderate form of Islam but conservative attitudes are on the rise.
3. Muslims call for Norway minister to resign after pork post.
Norwegian Muslims have called on the country’s integration minister to step down after she said that immigrants should adapt to a culture of pork, alcohol and no face-veils.
Sylvi Listhaug, a minister appointed by the anti-immigrant Progress Party, caused outrage on Monday when she made an incendiary post on the eve of an national integration conference.
“I think those who come to Norway need to adapt to our society. Here we eat pork, drink alcohol and show our face. You must abide by the values, laws and regulations that are in Norway when you come here,” she wrote in a post that was ‘liked’ by 20,000 people.
It should be noted that nowhere in the article does it say that the minister said that Muslims should eat pork or drink alcohol. Only that if they come willingly to a country where that is the cultural norm, the Muslims should accept that. This eminently reasonable position is being attacked by Muslims and the Norwegian left.
The chief executive of the Quiliam Foundation, Haras Rafiq, has claimed that civil war has spread onto the UK's streets.
He said this the killers deemed their victims "not being Muslim enough" and it has led to "ISIS-style" killings on British street.
He said: "The last three killings of Muslims to be picked up by the media have been carried out by those who have decided that their victims 'are not Muslim enough'."
Mr Rafiq said that the Salafi version of Islam excommunicates Muslims who are not the same as them and under Sharia law, this means that these people can be killed.
The Muslim leader, Khalid Rashad, hired a hit man to shoot dead Abdul Hadi Arwani because of a mosque power struggle.
Meanwhile, the British feel it's wrong to check illegal migrants for their real age and medical problems.
5. Austria: Freedom Party leader may face hate speech charges
Once again, we see the far left wing extremists using thought crime laws to force their values on the West, exactly as the Dutch are doing to Geert Wilders for holding a position on immigration that isn't suicidal.
This comes after someone posted a video of a young Syrian asylum seeker who lay down on some tram tracks in Vienna in a bid to kill himself. It triggered a wave of hate comments directed at asylum seekers, and anyone who criticised the anti-immigration viewpoint.
The prosecutor is looking into several posts by users on Strache’s popular Facebook page that may be considered to have broken Austria’s speech laws against minorities and refugees.
Lawyers have differing views on whether or not the FPÖ chief is responsible for the comments that other users make on his popular Facebook page. Though many of the ‘hate speech’ posts are promptly removed by the page’s administrator, some are left up for hours.
Roland Pichler from the Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology of the University of Vienna told Der Standard newspaper that there is little chance that Strache will have any charges brought against him. He said that even if Strache had provoked the comments, it is unlikely that he could bear any responsibility for the people who posted them.
If anyone has not yet seen Ezra Levant's stunning expose of UN soft-totalitarianism by information control, please take the time to watch it.
It is more than entertaining.
It is prima facie evidence of the illiberal agenda of the United Nations.