1. Strasbourg terror suspect yelled “Allahu Akbar” during attack, has 27 prior criminal convictions
Strasbourg terror suspect Cherif C. is still on the run from police but new information has revealed that he has 27 prior criminal convictions and yelled “Allahu Akbar” during the attack which led to the death of two people, the brain death of another, and several injuries.
The new information was revealed Wednesday at a press conference by France’s anti-terror prosecutor Rémy Heitz who said that witnesses had observed the suspect yelling “Allahu Akbar” as he fired upon the crowd at the Strasbourg Christmas market on Tuesday evening, France24 reports.
According to French broadcaster BFMTV, the 29-year-old suspect, who was born in Strasbourg, has had a total of 27 prior criminal convictions including convictions for violent robbery, the earliest occurring when the suspect was only 10 years old.
Strasbourg shooting: 4 people detained after gunman kills 2 people, police still hunting suspect
Four people have been arrested in France, as police continue to hunt for the gunman behind Tuesday night's deadly terrorism near a Christmas market in Strasbourg.
2. Sadistic ISIS supporters CELEBRATE Strasbourg Christmas market shooting
SADISTIC jihadis have told their followers to “rejoice” in response to the Strasbourg shooting, where three people were killed and 12 others were injured.
No terrorist group has officially claimed responsibility yet, but ISIS supporters have boasted the attack happened just “days after our threats”, according to SITE Intelligence Group, which tracks jihadist organisations. Rita Katz, director of SITE Intelligence Group, said ISIS has released propaganda posters calling on followers to carry out attacks similar to the Berlin Christmas market massacre. She added: “It’s an easy point for ISIS supporters to hone in on as such threats are common this time of year.”
3. Inevitable threat? Strasbourg gunman was on terror watch list, had grenades at home
The gunman who shot multiple victims in Strasbourg had previously been convicted and was known to French intelligence as a possible “security risk,” yet managed to slip through the cracks despite tightened security across France. [...]
The attack left two people dead and and 12 wounded. One person was described by the French authorities as “brain-dead” after the attack. The suspect, swiftly identified on surveillance and video recordings, was known for his criminal activities. Authorities believe their target is listed on the “Fiche S” list of potential security threats, was born in February 1989 in Strasbourg and may have been radicalized only recently. He was to be arrested Tuesday morning in a homicide-robbery case, yet when the investigators arrived at his home, he was not there. Grenades were found during the search, according to French media.
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5. Italy’s controversial far-right deputy PM arrives in Israel
Matteo Salvini, known for hardline anti-immigration policies, to meet Netanyahu and visit Yad Vashem, prompting protest.
Italian Deputy Prime Minister Minister Matteo Salvini arrived in Israel early Tuesday afternoon amid controversy over his hardline anti-immigration policies.
Salvini, who heads the far-right Lega party and also serves as interior minister in Italy’s populist government, is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other top government officials, including senior security brass. [...]
Like many anti-immigration politicians in Europe, Salvini is outspokenly pro-Israel, even expressing support for recognizing Jerusalem as the country’s capital. But he has locked horns with the European Union as he pushes a hard line on migration, introducing a controversial crackdown on migrants fleeing Libya aboard smugglers’ boats.
6. Plot to blow up Aventura synagogue ends with man’s arrest
A Hollywood man accused of trying to blow up an Aventura synagogue stood in Miami federal court on Monday and gave the judge two names — one real, the other an alias.
“My name is James Medina, also known as ‘James Muhammad,’” Medina told Magistrate Judge William Turnoff.
James G. Medina, 40, was arrested by federal agents on a charge of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction against the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center, 20400 NE 30th Ave., during services on Friday. The actual bomb — sold to him in Hallandale Beach by an FBI undercover operative just before the planned terror attack — was a dummy, authorities said. [...]
One of Medina’s associates informed the FBI source that Medina was planning to martyr himself in a firearms attack on the Aventura synagogue, using AK-47 assault rifles — then, the affidavit said, the conversation turned to claiming responsibility for it. Medina said he liked the source’s idea of using the name of a notorious terrorist group — ISIS or al-Qaida-linked Shabaab — to assume responsibility. [...]
Medina, who told the source he had converted to Islam four years ago, said the planned synagogue attack would inspire other Muslims. Medina would later express his “current hatred for the Jewish people,” the affidavit said.
7. “Yellow vest” protesters react to Macron's speech
8. Dutch TV report on how the community is using social media to shame and expose immodest young Muslim women
Exposing on Telegram: "Who knows this whore?” | Special Report
Team Mashup, delved into the world of exposing groups on Telegram. In this video we discuss what we encountered there, along with victims, YousToub and Ouahiba trying to break the taboo.
9. Ottawa terror trial's key Crown witness testifies why he became an RCMP agent
A star witness in an Ottawa terror trial says he became an agent of the RCMP not because he feared his newfound friends were turning to terrorism, but because he believed they might harm another man they suspected of being a police informant.
Abdullah Milton began his testimony Monday in the trial of Awso Peshdary, 28, who has pleaded not guilty to charges of recruiting, facilitating and financing a terrorist group.[...]
Milton testified he became friends with Peshdary through the Algonquin College Muslim Students’ Association, where he came to know Peshdary as a “very prominent, very vocal” student leader with the campus MSA. [...]
Milton was introduced to a number of young Muslims through an organization called Resurrection Ottawa, which hosted groups of students to attend lectures from prominent local Islamic scholars. [...]
Court was shown a photo, widely circulated following Peshdary’s arrest, featuring a number of male members of the Algonquin MSA, each one showing the same salute with a single index finger raised.
Related video: Muslim Student Association’s Pledge of allegiance
10. Hamas-linked CAIR LA leader arrested at Mexican border
Send him to GITMO now!— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) December 11, 2018
HAMAS-linked CAIR LA Leader, Hussam Ayloush, was arrested at our border after harassing Border Agents & demanding open borders for Illegals
In show of force, a threat, HAMAS-linked Ayloush & his army remind Americans they are here to destroy & conquer. pic.twitter.com/vC8yBPAsvL
CAIR-LA ED Hussam Ayloush getting detained after his civil disobedience act in solidarity with asylum seekers at the US-Mexico border on Dec. 10, 2018