1. UK: Two Muslim police officers arrested for drug dealing
They are charged with conspiracy to possess Class A and Class B drugs with intent to supply, conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office and conspiracy to steal.
The pair, who are based at Perry Barr Police Station in Birmingham, are due before magistrates later.
PC Majid faces a separate charge of unlawful disclosure of personal information.
Six more men will appear in court alongside the officers to face drugs and corruption charges.
They are Imran Rehman, 42; Shazia Qayum, 36; Asam Qayum, 28; Shazad Mushtaq, 42; Akeesh Rasab, 27, and Imaan Haidri, 25.
2. At this Twitter feed there is a small but worthy collection of new riot videos from France, as the leftist-Islamic revolution shows no signs of petering out.
Here, there are several videos of French police driving backwards at high speed to get away from rioters. (Much like the WW2 joke about French tanks that have one forward gear and 11 for reverse.)
3. Germany: Hundred-strong mob surrounds, “threatens” police as officers arrest Somalian man
(This tends to put the notion that “diversity is our strength” into a more realistic perspective. It is the strength of the foreigners who maintain unity against mainstream society, the diversity of which makes them vulnerable to a few dozen united enemies.)
Hamburg Police said officers were surrounded and reportedly threatened by a crowd of 80 to 100 African men.
Chaos broke out as police arrested an 18-year-old Somalian in St Georg on Wednesday.
The teenager was accused of threatening two workers at a sports betting shop in the German city. Police said the teenager was banned from the shop when he threatened to cut the employees’ necks.
Police said: “The 18-year-old threatened the two employees to cut their necks and explained this with appropriate gestures.”
Hamburg Police arrested the man.
4. EU: Turkish imam spy affair in Germany extends across Europe
A German investigation into Turkish religious officials collecting information on its enemies may be the tip of the iceberg. DW has obtained several documents revealing Turkish activities in Germany and European states.
German police on Wednesday raided the homes of four imams alleged to have spied on the opposition for the Turkish government.
The police action is part of an investigation into what documents obtained by DW show to be a broader Turkish effort to collect information across Europe on supporters of the religious movement Ankara blames for last July's failed coup attempt.
The raids targeted the homes of four Turkish imams affiliated with the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (DITIB), Germany's largest Islamic umbrella group with over 900 mosques tied to the Turkish government's Directorate of Religion, or Diyanet.
Early in Erdogan’s political career, he read a poem in public for which he was arrested, convicted and jailed. The poem reads: “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers...”
Apparently he forgot the line that reads: “The imams are our spies”.
Erdogan can be seen in this captioned video reading the poem:
5. Iraqi refugee charged with two violent rapes in Germany
German authorities yesterday pressed charges against a 31-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker for brutally raping two female exchange students (21 and 27 years old) in the city of Bochum in August and November last year.
The youngest of the two victims, who both are Chinese nationals, almost didn’t survive the sexual assault. She was dragged into the bushes and then strangled with a rope, which nearly killed her.
In a conversation with a group of German translators the other day, all of them expressed frustration and despair over the number of German MSM reports of violent rape of German women, boys and girls, and the low or non-existent sentences for the odd Muslim migrant who actually gets convicted. It has almost reached a state of new-normal and has in fact for those living inside Germany.
In Canada, we can be assured however, that most of the media will not report it, so we can pretend it isn’t happening here.