1. Migrant who raped, killed EU official's daughter and lied that he was an “unaccompanied minor” is between 22 and 29 years old, dental checks prove
A migrant who raped and killed an EU official's daughter and lied that he was an 'unaccompanied minor' is between 22 and 29 years old, dental checks have proved.
Hussein Khavari ambushed 19-year-old medical student Maria Ladenburger in Freiberg in October last year before raping her and drowning her in a river.
Today, a dental expert appeared to have wrecked his hopes of escaping with a lighter sentence by showing with 'near certainty' that Khavari was 25. The bogus Afghan refugee originally claimed to be just 17.
Below, a German news video about the Murder from December, 2016:
2. A few patriots protested the growingly ubiquitous illegal mass Muslim street prayers in and around Paris last week with signs, the French national anthem and a chant or two.
3. Pro-ISIS hackers hijack 800 US school sites with Saddam Hussein photo, “I love Islamic State” message.
The main page on the compromised sites displayed a black background with photo of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein along with the Arabic message seen on the Isis flag that reads: 'There is no god but Allah' and 'Mohammed is the Messenger of God.'
4. UK: Protective barrier being installed outside Yorkminster Cathedral
The decision to strengthen security was taken by the Chapter of York, the cathedral’s governing body, following recommendations from the Counter Terrorism Unit.
The Dean of York, the Very Reverend Dr Vivienne Faull said:
“The national terror threat level has been at “SEVERE” for many months and is likely to remain so for some time to come. Some experts within the UK’s security community believe that we are facing a generational problem which may last for 20 or 30 years."
5. Arrests made in French, Swiss anti-terrorism raids
Among those arrested were a 23-year-old Colombian woman and 27-year-old Swiss man, both targets of a Swiss investigation into banned Islamic extremist groups.
Searches are still underway in the Paris suburbs and in southeastern France.
Counterterrorism investigators detained nine people in France and one in Switzerland in operations aimed at clarifying details of the suspected plot, according to a French judicial official. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation, would not provide details about their identities.
6. Whistleblower Schoolteacher: Mass Migration, Radical Islam Making Education Impossible
An experienced teacher from a heavily migrant-occupied neighbourhood in a German city has said the spread of radical Islamism is creating divisions in society and turning young children against education.
The claim that educational attainment, as well as attitudes towards work and school, have all suffered recently because of a 'gigantic integration problem' and radical Islam comes just days after a new report revealed the number of teachers being forced to report their elementary-aged pupils to the authorities for radical Salafist views is rising.
7. Finnish presidential candidate wants to reform “hate speech” laws to restore freedom of speech
8. Indonesian authorities target universities as hotbeds of radicalism
Last month, under prodding from the government, thousands of students across the nation made an anti-radicalism pledge. It followed an unprecedented gathering in late September of some 3,000 academics in Bali, who also pledged to fight extremism and defend the non-Islamic constitution.
A viral video last year showed students at an Indonesian university declaring their allegiance to establish a caliphate as dictated by HTI drew concern from authorities.
9. New TESCO Christmas commercial shows Muslims at the dinner table
Below, an influential imam explains the Islamic view regarding saying "Merry Christmas":
10. Muslim, civil rights groups challenge Quebec veil ban
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) and the National Council of Canadian Muslims asked the Quebec Superior Court to rule on the constitutionality of the law passed last month.
They also asked for a stay of its implementation.