A new analysis from the Danish National Police shows that while many categories of crime are either falling or stagnated, the number of crimes committed by non-citizens more than doubled between 2009 and 2015. [...]“As long as there are such significant welfare differences in Europe, there will be an incentive to leave one’s own country to commit crime somewhere else,” he told Berlingske. “There can be more to gain in the richer countries and one cannot expect that this is a phenomenon that will just stop on its own.”
Two teachers who were struck off for feeding pupils a 'diet of Islam' at a school linked to the 'Trojan horse' scandal are being allowed back into the classroom. [...]
Anwar, the head of modern languages, and Ahmed, in charge of religious studies, were accused of changing the curriculum so sex education was not taught.
NCTL officials also said Ahmed organised religious assemblies where boys were segregated from girls.
He was also said to have encouraged prayer during the school day through posters and a call to prayer on the school's loudspeaker system.
Both men were also accused of taking part in a WhatsApp chat that discussed the murder of soldier Lee Rigby and the Boston Marathon bombings.
3. New ITV documentary exposes high ranking and influential Muslim cleric with pretenses to liberal views. as actually calling for death on anyone who "insults Islam". His views on a number of other subjects, while not surprising to those who have read the Koran, are not the ones to which he pretends.
This is an interesting follow up to a recent story, also in the UK, where leaflets had been passed out in front of a mosque demanding death for those who "insult Islam" and the founder of the doctrine, Mohammad.
The Star wrote that the Dane was arrested alongside a British man and a Kenyan woman. The arrest took place in the upscale Nairobi neighbourhood of Gigiri, one of the largest expat communities in Africa.
The Star detailed that the two women arrested are Yasmin Sheikhdoa and Kenyan Zamzam Hussein. The British man is "Tom James" and details remain thin around his role in working with the Somali terrorist group.
Two teenagers who had allegedly planned to carry out an attack on an innocent member of the public have been charged with terror-related offences.
The 16-year-old's were arrested near a mosque in Bankstown in Sydney's west on Wednesday, and were allegedly carrying handwritten notes pledging allegiance to ISIS.
Police believe the pair, one of which is understood to be the son of a convicted terrorist, allegedly bought bayonets from a gun shop before setting off to carry out the attack.
After the pair were arrested, radical Muslim preacher Juniad Thorne (pictured) approached officers and demanded them to tell him 'Where are my brothers?'
Here is an interesting collage of video clips from Paris. Some of these events look like ones that took place earlier in the summer, but it gets difficult to tell them apart. The video quality on some of the migrant riot parts is higher than the ones previously circulating on Youtube, so they may be new riots.