1. Migrants block street along Italian-French border; chaos ensues
At the end of the video, one driver panics and hits the gas. A "French reporter" reportedly had to be hospitalized.
2. Police investigate flyer distributed near Quebec mosque, warning of Islamic teaching concerning unbelievers, homosexuals
3. Muslims cite lack of group identity as motive for Spanish terrorist attacks
(There is no explanation, however, as to why other non-Spanish groups are not running over people, attacking trains, or trying to blow up cathedrals.)
4. Interview with illegal, mostly Muslim migrants, in Milan train station:
5. Islamophobia? Tajikistan bans women from wearing veils
Legislation requiring people to "stick to traditional national clothes and culture" has been introduced in Tajikistan - a move widely interpreted as an attempt to stop women from wearing Islamic clothing.
Women in the central Asian country traditionally wear a scarf tied behind the head, rather than a hijab, which wraps under the chin. Despite being a majority Muslim country, Tajikistan's minister of culture, Shamsiddin Orumbekzoda, told Radio Free Europe Islamic dress was ‘really dangerous.”
6. Moscow Muslims side with Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar conflict:
Next day in Grozny Chechnya:
Locals and Buddhist groups claim that Muslims in Burma rape non-Muslim women, and otherwise fail to fit in with Burmese society.
PLUS: A Buddhist monk called “the most dangerous man in Myanmar” explains that Hindus and Christians get along with Buddhists in Myanmar, but Islam is “full of hate”:
7. Italy police nab refugee as last suspect in beach gang-rape:
A Congolese asylum-hopeful with permission to stay in Italy for humanitarian reasons was nabbed aboard a train by police early Sunday as the last of a gang of four young males suspected of raping a Polish tourist on a beach, beating her companion unconscious and raping a Peruvian woman barely an hour later in the same Italian resort town of Rimini, authorities said.
The man, identified as Guerlin Butungu, 20, was the only adult among the four suspects under arrest in the brutal case that triggered calls from Poland for the death penalty for the culprits and fueled already growing anti-migrant sentiment in Italy, where hundreds of thousands of asylum-seekers have been given shelter over the last few years after rescue at sea from migrant smugglers' boats.
Rimini police Chief Maurizio Improta described Butungu's arrest aboard a train at Rimini station. "The arrest this morning was doubly satisfying because putting the handcuffs on the fourth man were two women" police officers. "This symbolic gesture rendered justice to the victims of the violence," he said.
8. Suspected Islamic militants kill two police in attack on Kenyan church
Kenya's police say two officers were killed when gunmen attacked them at a church they were guarding by Kenya's Indian Ocean coast.
Coast Police Chief Larry Kieng said Sunday gunmen on a motorcycle shot the two officers, killing one on the spot and the other died of injuries at a hospital. He said the gunmen took the officers' guns and drove off.
Somalia's extremist group al-Shabab is suspected as it has carried out similar attacks in Kenya in revenge for Kenyan troops fighting the extremist rebels in Somalia. Kenya's security forces have managed to limit al-Shabab's attacks to areas near the Somalia border in the past year.
9. The Archbishop of Cologne makes another propaganda video demanding that Europeans allow in an unlimited migrants
Previously, the Cardinal has used boats as props:
Below, he tells voters to avoid The Alternative for Germany (AfD) Party, an act which, in the United States, could risk the church’s tax-free status:
10. Rustlers steal more than 100 sheep from two farms in Powys
Between 65 and 75 ewes and an unknown number of new season lambs have been reported as stolen from the Eppynt common hill near Cefn Gorwydd.
A further 14 speckled ewes with twin lambs – 42 in total – have also been reported stolen from enclosed ground at a farm in the Cefn Gorwydd area. […] The thefts are thought to have taken place between July 10 and August 23, 2017. […]
Attacks on livestock in the UK is becoming 'more and more of a problem' as rural police stations face closure, according to a report.
Meanwhile, the Muslim festival of Eid ul-Adha, which includes the slaughter of sheep, occurred on September 1.
Below, a Montreal abattoir preparing sheep for halal slaughter for Eid ul-Adha.
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT.