1. Salvini’s Italy now leads Europe in number of jihadi deportations
While Italy has so far not experienced a major radical Islamic terror attack, the number of jihadis is rising in the country with Italy becoming the European nation with the highest number of jihad-related deportations this year.
So far this year Italy has expelled an average of ten radical Islamic jihadists per month, up from last year when the average was around eight per month, Gli Occhi Della Guerra reports.
The most recent deportation saw female Albanian jihadist Arta Kacabuni sent back to her home country after she was found guilty of joining the Islamic State terrorist group in 2015 and attempting to recruit her nephew and his wife for the terrorist organisation.
Some jihadists who have been expelled have even attempted to return to Italy, as was the case with Tunisian jihadist Imam Lamjed Ben Krajem, who was found by General Investigations and Special Operations Division (DIGOS) police on a barge heading to Sicily earlier this week.
2. HORROR: Toronto hospital preps assisted suicide for children, might not inform parents
The oft-mocked "slippery slope" arguments from conservatives with regard to euthanasia are terrifyingly coming to fruition in Canada.
Last month, a group of medics from Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children outlined their plans for administering "medically assisted suicide" for patients under the age of 18 in the “near future.” The paper, published in the British Medical Journal, asserts their commitment to “patient confidentially” with such hypothetical children, stating that there will likely be cases where a “capable” child patient could undergo the “assisted suicide” without parents being informed first.
3. Swedish student whose flight disruption went viral now faces charges
The Swedish student who livestreamed her onboard protest against the deportation of an Afghan asylum seeker over the summer is being charged with violating Sweden's Aviation Act, broadcaster SVT reported on Friday.
Student activist Elin Ersson protested against the Swedish government's policy of deporting some rejected asylum seekers to Afghanistan by boarding an Istanbul-bound flight that carried an Afghan man who was to be returned home after being denied asylum.
With a ticket for the flight that was purchased by the activist group “Sittstrejken i Goteborg,” the activist boarded the plane and then refused to sit down until the Afghan man was let off. Flights are not allowed to take off until all passengers are safely in their seats.
VIDEO: Swedish girl stopped plane to take off to prevent the deportation of an Afghan youth
4. UK authorities REFUSE Geert Wilders police protection for Tommy Robinson rally
The Dutch MP, who is a critic of Islam accepted an invitation to appear on stage with Tommy Robinson outside the Old Bailey next Tuesday, but has been denied protection from UK authorities.
Mr Wilders said he wanted to come London to support activist Tommy Robinson who is facing trial for reporting on the case of a grooming gang.
Wilders tweeted: “Unfortunately AGAIN the British authorities refused police protection.
“Probably politically motivated. What a sham.” He added.
Accepted the invitation to be on stage with Tommy Robinson outside the Old Bailey Court next Tuesday in London to support this brave British hero.— Geert Wilders (@geertwilderspvv) October 20, 2018
Unfortunately AGAIN the British authorities refused police protection. Probably politically motivated. What a sham.#TommyRobinson
And the British authorities also refused and denied the formal request of the Dutch authorities to grant weapon permits for my Dutch police detail so unfortunately I cannot attend.— Geert Wilders (@geertwilderspvv) October 20, 2018
They won’t be able to stop me supporting #TommyRobinson though. He is a true hero! pic.twitter.com/Hi3YGvgeTh
5. Benghazi survivor, Kris “Tanto” Paronto, tweets his feelings about criticisms of President Trump over handling of Saudi Embassy murder in Turkey last week
Leftist journalists & liberalists screaming that the President isn’t doing enough to the Saudi’s because one of their own was killed.Where in the hell were you when @BarackObama left 30+ AMERICANS to die in Benghazi Libya including an Ambassador?!!You all are a disgrace .— Kris Paronto (@KrisParonto) October 20, 2018
6. Orbán: EU’s latest migration proposals “like a collection of horror stories”
Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán has described the EU’s latest migration proposals as “like a collection of horror stories.”
In a post on the Hungarian government’s official About Hungary website, Orbán spokesman Zoltán Kovács describes a looming battle of “globalists versus defenders of the nation,” with an EU establishment facing serious electoral reverses in the European Parliament elections in 2019 in the former camp and Prime Minister Orbán very firmly in the latter.
“On the one hand, the pro-migration forces continue their relentless drive to push for more immigration and denigrate anyone who dares to oppose them. On the other hand, we see the battle lines being drawn in the conflict between globalists and nationalists and, in particular, a clear picture of who stands where,” Kovács said.
7. ISIS executioners kill Syrian “spies” in the same region where they “kidnapped 700 hostages” - including jihadist widows - after Putin claimed the group will kill “ten prisoners a day”
Gruesome pictures have emerged showing ISIS thugs killing so-called “spies” in the same region where they kidnapped hundreds of hostages - including jihadist widows.
Images show five captives, purportedly members of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, kneeling in front of masked fanatics in Deir ez-Zor province before being shot in the head.
The photos, which show a child watching on in the background, emerged after reports that ISIS had raided the Al-Bahra refugee camp in the same province.
According to the respected Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), some 90 women described as ISIS widows or wives of former jihadists were among those seized in the raid.
Yesterday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said the Islamist terrorists had kidnapped a total of 700 hostages and warned the extremists will kill ten every day unless their demands are met. But the US says it is “sceptical” about those claims.
8. JNF: More than half the forests burned down in Western Negev by terror balloons
More than half of the forests in the western Negev are now gone, burned down over the past six months by the Hamas terrorist organization in its arson terror campaign, according to a report prepared by the Jewish National Fund. The report summarizes the impact of the past six months of terror by the Arabs of Gaza.
According to KKL-JNF (Keren Kayemet Le’Israel-Jewish National Fund), since the beginning of the kite and balloon terror campaign (25 Nissan), more than 1,100 fires were recorded in KKL-JNF forests alone.
The total area of KKL-JNF forests in the Gaza Belt region, according to the report, is 21,000 dunams – which means that up to the point at which the report figures were calculated, more than half of the forests were already burned down.
9. What's in a name? Indian city changes name from Muslim to Hindu to fix “mistake” of occupiers
A city in one of India's most populated states is having its Muslim name changed to a Hindu one as its nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government seeks to “correct the mistake” made by Muslim Mughal rulers in the 1500s.
Allahabad, a city in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, will now be called Prayagraj, a source from the area's ruling BJP party told reporters on Tuesday.
The city, a UNESCO site, has been given the new name of Prayagraj, the elongated version of its original name of Prayag before Mughal-era rulers changed it to the Islamic appellation.
10. Welcome young migrants to replace “dying” Europeans and “begin a new history,” says Archbishop
A prominent archbishop has told Italians they need “young people who come from elsewhere in order to begin a new history,” as the native population ages.
Archbishop Gian Carlo Perego resides in Ferrara-Comacchio, an ancient settlement in the Emilia-Romagna region — long a stronghold of the left, but now a hotbed of rapidly increasing support for Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini’s populist, anti-mass migration League (Lega) party.
The clergyman is himself described as “the most left-wing politician in town, and a courageous man” by supporters, and wants to persuade his ageing parishioners that migrants are Italy’s future, La Croix reports.