1. Muslim protester who hit police officer at Tommy Robinson rally spared jail
A Muslim activist who hit a police officer with his walking stick at a Tommy Robinson rally in Hyde Park has escaped with a suspended sentence. Omar Mohamad, 62, scuffled with Sergeant Guy Rooney and left him with a severely bruised face at a counter protest in Hyde Park in March 2018. [...]
Passing a 26-week suspended sentence, District Judge Richard Blake said the rally was held “to express views that were adverse to the Muslim community in the United Kingdom.”
2. Iranian Feminists Vs. American “Feminists”
Solidarity to what? the real feminists in Iran are confronting a brutal regime imposing the Hejab and here in the US, fake feminists are asking women to wear Hejab, that is a despicable act. pic.twitter.com/5admlkmYcV— Iranian American (@IranLionness) June 15, 2018
3. Kashmir Protesters, Indian Security Forces Clash
Massive Clashes Erupted In Anantnag After Eid Prayers
Youth clash with forces after prayers Eidgah Srinigar
4. Paris puts final touches to Eiffel Tower anti-terror walls
Paris unveils thick bulletproof glass walls and metal fences around the Eiffel Tower, designed to protect France's most famous monument from terrorist attacks.
5. The U.S. Announces Its Intent To Leave The United Nation’s Human Rights Council
The U.S. is pulling its membership from the United Nation’s Human Rights Council, and cites alleged discrimination against Israel, one of America’s allies.
The U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, announced the decision this week following previous disputes with the organization over what she calls, “chronic anti-Israel bias,” according to new reports.
Most recently, the Ambassador was one of the few representatives opposing a measure which requested an official investigation into allegations accusing Israel of excessive force.
In December, Haley chastised members of the group for voting in favor of a proposed measure which would have condemned President Trump, regarding his move of the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
“The United States will remember in which it was singled-out for attack in the General Assembly, for the very act of expressing our right as a sovereign nation,” she said last year, regarding the President’s relocation of the U.S. embassy.
6. Using Ramadan as Cover, 1,000 Waqf Workers “Cleared” Soil Rich with Evidence of Jewish Temple
The Jerusalem Islamic Waqf took advantage of the final days of the holy month of Ramadan, when Jews were barred from visiting the Temple Mount, to eliminate from the compound piles of earth that were rich with archaeological treasures dating back to the Temple period, Makor Rishon reported Friday. The piles of earth were created initially by illegal renovations the Waqf carried out in 1999.
7. Taxi drives into crowd of people in centre of Moscow
The taxi car drove into the crowd of people next to the Gostiny Dvor in the center of the capital. According to preliminary information, eight people were injured.
8. Eric Zemmour on the “Festival of Hypocrisy” in Europe
9. Italy demands Netherlands recall NGO migrant rescue ships
ROME (Reuters) - Italy on Saturday demanded that the Netherlands recall two Dutch-flagged migrant rescue ships after one of the non-governmental organizations that operate them called Rome’s interior minister a fascist.
A heated exchange erupted after interior minister Matteo Salvini told more foreign NGOs operating migrant rescue ships in the Mediterranean they could not dock in Italian ports.
Salvini, who is also leader of the right-wing League and deputy prime minister, posted remarks on Facebook and Twitter in an escalating row with NGOs as one ship, the Aquarius, headed to Spain after being banned from Italian ports.
Salvini has vowed to continue to block foreign humanitarian boats from Italian ports as Europe wrestles with how to share the responsibility of handling migrants trying to enter the EU from war zones and poor countries, largely across Africa and the Middle East.
10. Radicalised asylum seekers have murdered or injured more than 1,000 in terror attacks in Europe since 2014
Radicalised asylum seekers have murdered or injured more than 1,000 people in terror attacks in Europe since 2014, a new report has revealed.
In the past four years, 32 Islamist plots have involved those who had sought sanctuary – or 16 per cent. Three of the potential atrocities were in the UK, including Parson Green tube bomber Ahmed Hassan.
An analysis by academics found 44 refugees had either carried out atrocities or been thwarted before they could bring bloodshed to the streets.
The findings echo warnings by law enforcement chiefs that some so-called Islamic State fanatics who are bent on murder posed as refugees fleeing war and persecution. It was claimed they exploited the migrant crisis by pretending to be asylum seekers to sneak into Europe and cause carnage.