April 19, 2018

Top 10: Attacker in Berlin "Skullcap" Case Turns Himself In to Police

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

1. Ottawa transit commission flouts Quebec's “niqab ban”

Ottawa's transit commission has made its opposition to Quebec's so-called “niqab ban” official.

Critics say Bill 62 violates the charter rights of Muslim women who choose to wear a niqab or burka. The bill, which passed last October, bans the wearing of such face coverings by anyone receiving public services, including public transit.

Mayor Jim Watson announced last year that Ottawa would not enforce the ban when OC Transpo buses travel to Gatineau.

Transit commissioner Blair Crew commended the mayor, but said the city's stance should be enshrined in policy.

“Something like this should not be left to the whim of an individual mayor,” said Crew.

2. Muslim migrants protest in Greece with marches and public prayer


3. VIDEO: Hungarian MEP warns EU to reject motion to fund NGOs

In this VIDEO, a Hungarian Member of the European Parliament warns how a proposal before them to fund NGOs and civilian groups that support mass migration, will undermine democratically elected governments.

An explanation of the motion referred to can be found HERE.

4. Edmonton doctor convicted of sexual assaults allowed to practise again

An Edmonton family doctor who sexually assaulted a female patient and a nurse has been allowed to return to work under certain restrictions.

Dr. Ismail Taher, 40, can practise medicine again as long as he has a chaperone when seeing female patients, participates in a monitoring program and works with other doctors who know his discipline history, according to a ruling from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta.

“Dr. Taher’s proven conduct was very serious and repugnant for a member of the medical profession,” the college’s hearing tribunal wrote in its report, which was completed Oct. 10 last year but not made public until this month.

“The tribunal considered that sanctions must be assessed not only based on Dr. Taher’s individual circumstances but also based on the need for public confidence in the medical profession.”

An occupational assessment of Taher conducted last year found he was fit to practise and a low risk to re-offend.

Prior to the ruling, Taher hadn’t worked as a doctor since voluntarily surrendering his medical licence in May 2015.

5. Ottawa ditches mediation talks in $27M Abdelrazik lawsuit

Lawsuit personally names former foreign minister Lawrence Cannon, who blocked Abdelrazik's return from Sudan.

A sweeping $27-million lawsuit against the federal government brought by a Sudanese-Canadian who was detained overseas — and not allowed to return home for six years — is headed back to court, CBC News has learned.

The Justice Department had been involved in settlement talks with Abousfian Abdelrazik but abruptly walked away from a recently scheduled mediation session, said Abdelrazik's lawyer.

“They said they could not provide us with any reasons,” said Paul Champ. “They were looking more at the polls than at their principles, and, unfortunately, I think that's probably why they withdrew.”

Contacted by CBC News Monday, CSIS did not respond and a spokesperson for the justice minister referred questions to Public Safety.

6. Toulouse riots: Police attacked as woman arrested for refusing to remove Islamic face veil

A deprived district of Toulouse, France has been rocked by two nights of furious riots, triggered by the arrest of a woman who refused to remove her Islamic full-face veil for police. Some 18 people were arrested.

Hundreds of police units were deployed after young residents threw stones, torched cars and set fire to garbage cans, police told the AFP. The clashes began on Sunday afternoon in the Toulouse district of Bellefontaine after a woman wearing a full-face veil – which is illegal in France – was stopped by the police for an identity check.

She allegedly showed a poor-quality photocopy of her identity card and refused to lift her veil to let police officers see her face. After several futile attempts to have her lift the veil, the woman began to scream for help, France Info reports.

She was placed under arrest and moved into a police vehicle. Soon after, a group of about 30 people circled the police and attacked them. Officers attempted to quell the crowd by discharging their weapons and used tear gas launcher.

7. Feds expose network that smuggled illegal immigrants from Syria to U.S.

The Treasury Department slapped sanctions Wednesday on a Syrian man and his criminal syndicate, blaming them for smuggling “hundreds” of illegal immigrants from Syria and Lebanon into Mexico and then helping them to jump the border into the U.S.

Nasif Barakat and his syndicate, which authorities labeled the Barakat Transnational Criminal Organization, charged about $20,000 to complete the smuggling. The money paid for bribes and for fake documents, including false European passports, to help illegal immigrants hide their identities. The fees also covered transportation from Syria through other Middle Eastern countries to South and Central America, the journey north through Mexico, and final help sneaking into the U.S. [...]

Mr. Barakat, who also goes by the name Abu Tarif and lists two dates of birth in 1970 and 1971, was based in Homs.

The Treasury Department said his network would recruit customers from Syria and Lebanon, send them through either Turkey or the United Arab Emirates, where they would catch flights to Brazil, then make their way north through Venezuela, Colombia and Panama, then up through Central America and Mexico.

That turns out to be a common route for people being smuggled from terrorist-connected countries.

8. Do you recognize this man? Suspect sought in Surrey sex assault

The RCMP is asking the public to help identify a suspect in a sexual assault that was reported last month in Surrey.

The victim was allegedly groped the afternoon of March 15 while shopping at a store on King George Boulevard, near the Simon Fraser University City Centre campus.

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The man is described as South Asian, 5-10 tall, about 160 lbs. with black hair and a black partial beard. He was wearing a grey T-shirt, a green jacket and white shoes on the day of the incident.

9. TORONTO: Man arrested after random, unprovoked attacks on 5 women: police

Toronto police have arrested a 24-year-old man in connection with several attacks on women in the downtown core.

Police allege the man threw a rock at two different women, striking them in the back, near Yonge and Wellesley streets just after 8 a.m. last Thursday.

On Friday, the same man approached a third woman near Yonge and Dundas streets and allegedly kicked her in the back of the head. She had a concussion as a result of the incident.

Again, on Sunday, the man allegedly kicked a fourth woman in the back near Church and Wood streets, north of Carlton. A few minutes later, he kicked another woman in the chest.

Police say all of the assaults were random and unprovoked.

Ahmed Oumer, 24, has been charged with two counts of assault and assault with a weapon and one count of assault causing bodily harm.

10. Attacker in Berlin Skullcap Case Turns Himself In to Police

BERLIN — A 19-year-old Syrian asylum-seeker turned himself in to police Thursday after his violent attack on a man wearing a Jewish skullcap in Berlin caused outrage across Germany.

The young Syrian showed up with his lawyer at a police precinct, police spokesman Winfrid Wenzel said.

The 21-year-old victim, an Arab Israeli, caught Tuesday's assault on video. It quickly went viral and reopened a debate about anti-Semitism in the country. Even Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned the assault sharply.

The video shows the attacker whipping the Israeli with a belt while shouting "Yehudi!" or Jew, in Arabic.

VIDEO: German news organization, Bilt, conducts an interview with the young man who was attacked on a Berlin street minutes after putting on his kippa.

An interview with the same man conducted in English can be seen HERE. During the discussion, the young man reveals that he is an Arab Israeli and that he did not believe his Jewish friend who gave him the kippa when he told him that he should not wear it on the streets of Germany.

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commented 2018-04-20 17:30:42 -0400
Carole Massé commented: “OTTAWA, SURREY AND TORONTO. Now Sherbooke In Quebec and Montreal should also be added as a total of 6 sexual assaults mostly on teenagers have this past week been disclosed in the media. All by migrants.”

Be assured these events will only increase as Jihadi Justin imports more “Fakeugees” into Canada. The Minister of Censorship, Iqra Khalid and her M 103 bill, weaponized, will prevent any justice to the perpetrators!
commented 2018-04-20 15:50:45 -0400
OTTAWA, SURREY AND TORONTO. Now Sherbooke In Quebec and Montreal should also be added as a total of 6 sexual assaults mostly on teenagers have this past week been disclosed in the media. All by migrants.
commented 2018-04-20 15:47:54 -0400
4. “The tribunal considered that sanctions must be assessed not only based on Dr. Taher’s individual circumstances but also based on the need for public confidence in the medical profession.”

Epic fail on both counts. Obviously the College is afraid of a certain name being attached to them. To hell with women.
commented 2018-04-20 12:58:53 -0400
4. That is pathetic, instead of losing license he gets a tag team buddy. Any sane woman should avoid this doctor
commented 2018-04-20 08:43:46 -0400
Item 1.
What can you expect from a liberal mayor? Watson has always been soft on Sharia and would have no objection to seeing Sharia law enshrined in our constitution.
Item 4.
While not all foreign trained doctors are perverts there seems to be a preponderance of middle eastern doctors who are.
Also, is the Canadian medical program under enormously strain from the extra costs involved in caring for all the fakeugees? Requiring a chaperone to be present when this pervert doctor examines patients only adds to the cost of medical care.
Apply the law! If the pervert is a recent arrival, deport him to his own country or any other country that would take him. If he was born in Canada, suspend his license and let him drive a taxi.
Item 5.
Any bets as to who will win this suit? My money is on the fakeugee.
Item 6.
Wearing a face veil is illegal and in doing so, you are breaking the law. Deport the miscreant. Considering that her documents sound as if they are fake, she seems to be breaking more than one law.
Item 8.
What? Not another pervert on the loose in this country. I think they have drained the swamp in Ottawa and are starting to show up in other parts of the country. Ain’t diversity great!
Now you can be groped and sexually assaulted by bearded layabouts with exotic sounding names like Mohamed the camel humper.
Item 9.
Oh no it can’t be. More assaults by mean men with Muslim sounding names. So when does the blood start to flow? I hope that when it does the majority of the citizens in this country realize who is really responsible for these acts.
When a farmer allows a fox in the henhouse, he knows some of his chicks will die. I’m sure the Liberals in Ottawa considered this when they brought all these islanimals into Canada.
Item 10.
Let’s see now. An asylum seeker who presumably has no money can afford a lawyer. He attacks a person for wearing a head dress.
What will,he do if some one really offends him? What should be done with this ingrate is ship him back to his homeland. Oh no, don’t do that! They’ll ship him here!
commented 2018-04-20 08:15:48 -0400
Now that the courts ruled no cross border provincial beer , they should send the migrants back to Quebec . You let them in you keep them . Quit distributing your problems into Ontario .
Drew Toronto already is , and yes you get what you asked for .
commented 2018-04-20 03:49:59 -0400
I actually can’t wait for Toronto to be a 3rd world shithole. They deserve it.
commented 2018-04-20 01:05:55 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 35,152 Attacks, 228,054 Killed, 307,902 Injured that we know of.