1. Brussels RIOT: Hundreds of angry youths take to the streets as police flee
Local police called for the Federal police to step in after violence escalated rapidly and young people attacked officers with rocks and knives.
Local news site RTL said: "Crowd movement in the Place de la Monnaie in Brussels, traffic had to stop because people were running through, at least 200 to 300 people seemed to want to run away from each other. Police sirens have been heard continuously since."
An angry crowd of hundreds gathered in Place de la Monnaie in the city after a Youtube star called his fans to meet in the area for a music video.
Rapper ‘Vargasss 92’ asked his fans to meet him at the square at 4pm. [...] But the situation quickly deteriorated.
Local police spokesman Olivier Slosse said a police team tried to approach the rapper in the square, but the crowd turned on officers and began throwing rocks at them.
The police were forced to withdraw from the scene amid the violence.
Riot police later attended the scene to calm the disturbance.
2. Hungarian news: Soros' "soldiers" campaigning against Hungary because of its stand on illegal migrants
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3. Denmark Debuts Citizenship Revocation for Daesh Supporters
In a pioneering case, a 25-year-old jihadist who left Denmark to fight for Daesh (ISIS/ISIL) has been stripped of his Danish citizenship. This marks the first time a person born and raised in Denmark has had their national passport revoked.
Denmark's Supreme Court sentenced Enes Ciftci to six years' imprisonment, deprivation of citizenship and expulsion from the Nordic country for joining Daesh and financing terrorism economically, Danish Radio reported.
The man fought alongside his fellow Islamists in Syria and was first sentenced to seven years in prison by the District Court. However, the sentence was changed by the Court of Appeal, which also denied the jihadist his Danish citizenship. Nevertheless, the sentence was upheld by the Supreme Court.
4. Council Cracks Down on ‘Islamophobia’ After Parents Withdraw Children from School Mosque Trips
A council in Britain is taking action to crack down on “Islamophobia” in response to some parents refusing to send their children on mosque visits arranged by schools.
After it emerged that some pupils were being prevented from going on school trips to mosques by their families, Staffordshire’s Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education (SACRE) produced a document claiming mosque visits are vital in preparing children for life in “diverse” Britain. [...]
'As long as there are also trips to places of worship of other religions too, but usually it’s just the mosque and children are expected to pray or even dress as if they were Muslim for this purpose. Would Muslims go to pray in the churches of other religions?' said Lynne Smith.
'I was called a bad parent by a teacher at my daughter’s primary school for not letting her visit a mosque on a school trip,' wrote Gemma Hollins, reporting that 'the majority of Muslims in her child’s class failed to attend a church visit scheduled by the school.'
5. Muslims who have been doing illegal street prayers in Clichy every Friday are now suing the mayor and all groups involved with protesting the illegal blocking of French streets.
6. Mother-of-four, 26, 'was horrifically stabbed to death, dumped in a cellar for two days then torched in woodland by the Muslim husband she continued to defy - despite converting to Islam'.
A court heard this week how Ms Wooding had converted to the Muslim faith before meeting Ali, who she married in an Islamic ceremony in February 2015.
But the couple had a 'volatile' relationship and Ali ordered her not to visit family members and a female friend, Leeds Crown Court heard.
Ali, 27, and his friend Yasmin Ahmed are on trial for murdering Ms Wooding in a knife and hammer attack. The victim's mother-in-law and brother-in-law are accused of helping to dispose of her body.
7. UKIP’s new leader has accused local councils of deliberately prioritising the housing of asylum seekers and illegal migrants
The idea of having six and a half thousand asylum seekers getting housing when we’ve got seven thousand veterans on our streets is utterly appalling, and I find it abhorrent,” blasted Henry Bolton MBE, a former army general.
He agreed that councils were “deliberately” leaving veterans at the back of the queue, behind asylum seekers, and called for a change in the Armed Forces Covenant to force local authorities to house war heroes before migrants.
8. ISIS-linked propaganda poster threatens Christmas attack on the Vatican
An Islamic State-linked group has allegedly vowed to launch a Christmas terrorist attack on the Vatican. A propaganda poster depicted a jihadist driving a car at high speed towards St. Peter’s Basilica.
The menacing poster was released by the pro-Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) group known as Wafa Media Foundation. It was revealed on Tuesday by the SITE Intelligence Group, a Maryland-based company that tracks the online activity of the extremist organization. The words at the top of the poster, written in red, warn that the attack will take place at Christmas.
The image shows a masked figure, apparently a jihadist, driving at high speed towards St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican, where Pope Francis usually celebrates Mass. An assault rifle and a rucksack are clearly visible on the seat next to the driver, who is using a satellite navigation system.”
Perhaps the Pope can prevent this by taking the border wall at the Vatican down and allowing in all the illegal Muslims, as he suggests the rest of Europe do repeatedly.
9. Sex Attacks Almost Double in Berlin ‘No-Go Zone’
The number of sex attacks in the no-go zone of Alexanderplatz, Berlin, has almost doubled over the past year.
Berlin police are becoming ever more concerned about the rising level of crime in the area around the Alexanderplatz metro station. Over the past year, almost all crime has gone up in the area including sex attacks which have gone from a total of 20 in 2016 to 36 in the first 10 months of 2017, Die Welt reports.
The largest rise has been the number of drug-related offences which has gone from only 165 in 2016 to 425 cases so far this year. The Berlin drug scene has seen dramatic growth, as a large number of asylum seekers, working with Arab criminal gangs, take to the streets to peddle drugs.
10. UK: Muslim teen arrested for plotting jihad attack at Justin Bieber concert
A TEEN accused of plotting an ISIS-inspired terror attack on the day of a Justin Bieber concert researched security at the event…..The 17-year-old, who cannot be named because of his age, was arrested at his home in south Wales by police who found a claw hammer, kitchen knife and “martyrdom letter'
People such as Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, and French President Emmanuel Macron think we should simply get used to jihad attacks as part of our daily lives in the West, despite the persistent and insidious threats of jihad attacks at public events and celebrations.”