1. “Attack them in their homes”: Islamic State calls for extra violent Ramadan
ISLAMIC State (ISIS) has called for attacks in Britain during the holy month of Ramadan, which starts tonight, after the Manchester bombing which killed 22 and maimed dozens more.
A sickening message is being circulated asking for lone wolf supporters to murder innocent people, like suicide bomber Salman Abedi did at Manchester Arena, Express.co.uk can reveal.
Girls as young as eight were targeted when the 22-year-old carried a bomb into the foyer after an Ariana Grande concert.
Warped ISIS jihadis are now telling its brainwashed followers to carry out attacks over the holy month of Ramadan, which starts tonight.
The first Friday of the month of fasting is considered the holiest.
2. A pictorial essay on the war going on in the Philippine city of Marawi between Muslims and the Philippine security forces.
Marawi is now flagged with Islamic State banners and has a “Welcome to” gate identifying it as a Muslim city.
3. Russians told: Stay away from Britain, as new terror attack "inevitable"
Vladimir Putin's government issued the travel advice based on its assessment of British secret services analysis over the likelihood of further incidents after the killing of 22 in this week's Manchester bombing.
But the Russians also suggested that the "growing influence of Islamic radicalism" among Muslim groups in British cities was a factor in a rising terrorist threat, and Theresa May's decision to call in the army showed a "very serious situation”.
4. 35 dead as gunman kills Christians on their way to pray on "first day of month of terror"
A group of more than 50 Coptic Christians travelling towards the monastery of St Samuel near Minya, about 150 miles from Cairo, was targeted by "armed terrorists", according to state media.
So far least 26 people are reported to have been killed and a further 26 wounded.
Images brioadcast on state television show a coach riddled with bullets with almost every window smashed.
Bishop Anba Ermia, president of the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Centre, tweeted that as many as 35 people had died, including children.
Eyewitnesses said the Copts were attacked as they were going to pray at the monastery, in the western part of the province.
WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO OF AFTERMATH OF ATTACK
5. Austrian Leader: “Put Islamists on Prison Islands”
The leader of the populist anti-mass migration Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) Heinz-Christian Strache has proposed that known Islamists should be arrested and sent to prisons on “lonely islands”.
Mr. Strache made the comments in reaction to the terrorist attack in Manchester which saw the deaths of 22 people and over 60 injured. The FPÖ leader said Islamists were “tomorrow’s murderers” and the European Union needed to introduce “hard” measures against returning Islamic State fighters, Austrian newspaper Die Presse reports.
6. British Police Make Tenth Arrest in Connection to Manchester Bombing
British police announced on Friday morning they had made a tenth arrest in connection to the Manchester bombing that claimed lives of 22 people.
Greater Manchester Police arrested a man in the Moss Side area of the city as part of a "fast-moving investigation" into the bombing that occurred on Monday, according to the statement.
7. LBC announces Katie Hopkins to leave radio station "immediately"
The pair have parted company in the same week that she called for a "final solution" following the Manchester attack, which saw 22 people killed and dozens injured after a suicide bomber detonated a device as concert-goers left the Manchester Arena on Monday night.
Ms Hopkins hosted a weekly show every Sunday on the station.
An LBC spokesman said: "LBC and Katie Hopkins have agreed that Katie will leave LBC effective immediately.”
Below, a recent clip of Katie discussing the child sex-slavery gangs with a woman that was an actual victim of the Muslim gangs.
8. Poland Threatens Legal Retaliation Against Brussels in Latest Standoff With EU
Polish Europe Minister Konrad Szymanski said EU plans to disperse 160,000 migrants around Europe are "not implementable" and has threatened to take the EU to court if it tries to impose sanctions against Poland for refusing to take any.
Relations between Poland and the EU have been deteriorating over recent months, with the migrant crisis being a long-running cause of dispute, because Poland is refusing to go along with a Brussels plan to relocate — originally — 160,000 refugees across all member states by mandatory quota.
In fact, the European Union’s migrant relocation plan is illegal according to the Union’s own laws on refugees and immigration. A fact Hungarian leader, Viktor Orban, regularly points out, but is committed from reportage by legacy media.
9. Viewers criticise Muslim woman who spoke about "standing together" while wearing a burka emblazoned with a pistol, grenade and a machine gun
A Muslim woman was criticised after she wore a burka emblazoned with weapons in a TV interview about the Manchester terror attack.
The woman, named only as 'Sid', was part of a group of Muslims interviewed by Channel 4 News journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy in the Rusholme area of Manchester, which is home to the largest Libyan community in Europe.
Notice the camera carefully avoids showing her Burka, but there are many pictures of it.
10. Philippines says foreigners among IS-linked gunmen in south
Foreign fighters are among the militants linked to the Islamic State group who are battling government troops in the southern Philippines, an official said Friday.
Solicitor General Jose Calida said Indonesians and Malaysians are fighting alongside the gunmen who attacked Marawi, a city of some 200,000 people on Mindanao island.
"What is happening in Mindanao is no longer a rebellion of Filipino citizens," Calida told reporters. "It has transmogrified into an invasion by foreign terrorists who heeded the clarion call of ISIS."
Philippine troops backed by armored vehicles and rocket-firing helicopters are fighting to re-take control of Marawi, which has been under siege by gunmen linked to the IS group since a raid earlier this week failed to capture one of Asia's most-wanted militants.