1. Toronto surgeon murders his wife, leaves body in woods by the side of the road.
Det. Sgt. Steve Ryan told a news conference Friday night that the woman died of strangulation and blunt force trauma.
The doctor also has an Ottawa connection with eight years at The Ottawa Hospital.
2. Pakistan: Family protests gang rape of their beloved donkey.
SAHIWAL – In a bizarre incident, a 70-year-old man with his entire family have accused six men of sexually abusing their donkey before taking it away at gunpoint in Sahiwal district of Punjab.
Zahoor Ahmed, a resident of village 57/GD in Bahadur Abad police limits, staged a demonstration Wednesday in front of District Police Office Sahiwal. The family alleged that the police were not lodging a complaint against Abrar, Ashraf, Sadabahar, Zawar, Maqbool and Akhlaq who sexually assaulted their animal.
“Zawar Ahmed wanted to buy my donkey. But when I refused to sell him the animal, he (Zawar) along with his other men carried out this heinous crime.
“Later, they took away my donkey at gunpoint,” the old man told the media outside DPO Office.
Muslims in some parts of the country are so cut off from the rest of society that they believe the majority of Britons share their faith, according to a shock new report.
The major review by the Government’s integration tsar Dame Louise Casey has found that thousands of Muslims live in enclaves with their own housing estates, schools and television channels.
Some rarely, if ever, leave their neighbourhoods, and believe that Britain is a Muslim country in which up to three-quarters of the population follow Islam, according to sources who have seen the report.
A priest in the German city of Leipzig who works with underage migrants has revealed that Muslim migrant children constantly bully their Christian counterparts.
58-year-old Catholic priest Andreas Knapp stated that the majority of migrant youths he supports in his study club are Muslim but reports that the Christian minority is being actively persecuted by Muslim children, reports German radio broadcaster Deutschlandradio Kultur.
In one case, a Christian boy was so grievously bullied by Muslim classmates at a school for integration that he had to change schools. He said the Muslim children were “disrespectful” of Christians and that they even “hated” Christians who had come from the Middle East.
5. Russian special forces kill the Islamic State leader in Dagestan in firefight, and with what look like remote control bazookas.
Reportedly, the militant also known as Abu Muhammad was linked to attacks in the city of Volgograd in December 2013, which killed more than 30 people, with dozens injured.
Dagestan is a breakaway Muslim area of the former Soviet Union, which is pretty much Disney Land for jihadis. Bombs go off so often in its capital city, it isn't even news.
Security forces dismantled 160 jihadist cells, according to the Interior Ministry.Government sources said in the first ten months of this year security forces dismantled 45 per cent more terror cells than they did during the whole of 2015.
An Interior Ministry statement said the number of terrorism suspects arrested between January and October this year was 850, compared with 547 for all of 2015.
MONTREAL – Seated on a sofa across from a man he believed to be a crime boss able to smuggle him out of Canada on a ship, Ismael Habib explained last February why he wanted to get to Syria so badly.
He said he dreamed of living under Shariah law in the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, and was prepared to die in the fight to establish Islamic rule.
“We love death like you love life,” he explained during the meeting in Montreal. It was a recurring theme in Habib’s nearly three hours of conversation with the man who peppered his speech with Québécois curses.
8. Christian archbishops from the Middle East are BANNED from the UK despite being invited to meet Prince Charles – yet 'extremist Islamic preachers are allowed in'.
Three Christian leaders from Iraq and Syria were denied entrance to the UK last week - despite a formal invitation to meet Prince Charles.
The men planned to travel to London for a consecration ceremony of Britain's first Syriac Orthodox Cathedral.
Archbishops Nicodemus Daoud Sharaf of Mosul, Timothius Mousa Shamani of St Matthew's in Nineveh valley of northern Iraq, and Selwanos Boutros Alnemeh of Homs and Hama in Syria reportedly missed the event as the Home Office deemed their visa applications unacceptable.
The three claimed that they were told their visas were denied because they 'did not have enough money to support themselves and might not leave the UK', according to the Sunday Express.
A Muslim convert, who claimed to have links to MI5, ordered the execution of a Syrian cleric following a power struggle at a London mosque, it can now be reported.
Abdul Hadi Arwani, 48, from Acton, west London, was shot dead by Iraq war veteran Leslie Cooper on the orders of Jamaican born Khalid Rashad on April 7 last year.
Cooper, 38, also from Jamaica, was doing the "dirty work" for Rashad, 63, who had a long-running dispute with married father-of-six Mr Arwani over the running of the An Noor Cultural and Community Centre in Acton.
10. Police are hunting a Burka-wearing woman 'with a blade in her bag' after a teenager was stabbed to death with a screwdriver and knife outside a student halls of residence.
The killer may not have been a Muslim woman. But this is another powerful data-point to not allow the wearing of a disguise in public, and not making an exception to that law for Muslims.
Murder squad detectives are today hunting a Burka-clad woman who is believed to have had a knife in her bag after a teenager was stabbed to death outside a university.
The terrified woman, who had a cut to her hand, ran into a nearby Costa coffee shop screaming for help after the man was attacked with a screwdriver and knife.
A coffee shop worker today claimed she saw a knife in the woman's bag following the tragic incident outside the University of the Arts in Acton, west London.
The victim, an 18-year old man, was attacked in the street outside a hall of residence just yards from the Costa coffee in Victoria Road on Thursday night.