1. Muslim imam who lectures on non-violence in Germany is arrested for beating up his wife
A Muslim imam who lectures on non-violence and advises the German government on interfaith issues has been arrested in Germany for beating up his wife.
Sheikh Abu Adam, 40, is now on remand in Munich while his wife, 31, is being guarded by police.
She was allegedly assaulted so badly that she suffered a broken nose and shoulder and numerous cuts and bruises.
Below, his ritual barber shop:
And below, he and a child at the “Great mosque at Cordoba”:
The mosque is in fact a Catholic cathedral, but Muslims have manipulated Spain and the Catholic Church to allow it to be used as a mosque.
2. Brussels orders EU countries to SCRAP internal checks within six months
BRUSSELS today ordered European countries to drop internal border checks originally introduced to bring the migrant crisis under control within the next six months.
In an announcement tonight eurocrats said there was no justification for keeping police checkpoints at frontiers within the bloc and said they must be removed by the end of the year.
The diktat means that Austria, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway will all have to swiftly find alternative ways to police irregular movements of people across their borders.
As summer approaches, a new and even larger influx of South Asian and Maghreb migrants are expected to trek to Europe. An interesting time to take down the border checkpoints.
3. Five detained, weapons seized in counterterrorism operations in three sites across France
4. Malaysia ejects 12 year old girl from chess tournament for “improper dress”
Tournament officials reportedly asked the player’s mother to purchase her another outfit late in the day at a nearby mall that was already closed. Because the mall did not open the next day until the matches had already resumed, the young player was forced to withdraw and forfeit all fees and expenses. […] Despite the demand for an apology, neither the National Scholastic Championships nor the Malaysian Chess Federation have made any comment regarding the incident. The player, who was the district champion in MSS Kuala Lampur, was described by Khandar as having “tremendous potential.”
5. Israeli Experts Claim Iran and North Korea Working On Nuclear Warheads
Iran is using its strategic relationship with North Korea to advance its nuclear weapon program, two Israeli experts of the Begin Sadat Center revealed in a study published Tuesday.
Lt. Col. (ret.) Dr. Refael Ofek and Lt. Col. (res.) Dr. Dany Shoham say that Iran is circumventing the restrictions on its nuclear program under the nuclear agreement with the P5+1 countries by collaborating with North Korea on missile development and modifying missiles for nuclear weapons.
They also work together on programs meant to upgrade gas centrifuges for uranium enrichment, the Israeli experts claim
The article states that the strategic partnership has been continuous since 2015.
6. Chechnya’s police are telling parents to kill their gay sons – or they’ll do it themselves
A horrific new account about the ongoing persecution of gay men in Chechnya has revealed that authorities are asking parents to kill their own gay children.
According to one survivor who managed to escape the gay torture camps the country has set up, police are telling parents of gay men to “sort it out” or they will take matters into their own hands.
“They tell the parents to kill their child. They say ‘Either you do it, or we will,’” an unidentified male told France 24 News. “They call it: ‘Cleaning your honour with blood.’
7. Burmese (Myanmar) leader rejects the UN resolution concerning the Muslim Rohinga people
8. US State department travel alert for all Europe
Recent, widely-reported incidents in France, Russia, Sweden, and the United Kingdom demonstrate that the Islamic State of Iraq and ash-Sham (ISIS or Da’esh), al-Qa’ida, and their affiliates have the ability to plan and execute terrorist attacks in Europe. While local governments continue counterterrorism operations, the Department nevertheless remains concerned about the potential for future terrorist attacks. U.S. citizens should always be alert to the possibility that terrorist sympathizers or self-radicalized extremists may conduct attacks with little or no warning.
9. Afghan migrant gropes eight women near beaches in Australia, gets a pass because judge says he is not used to seeing women in bikinis
The offending stopped when three of the victims approached the lifeguard on duty and he then notified police.
The teenager was initially charged as an adult because he had no birth records from Afghanistan.
He was sentenced today as a juvenile in the District Court at Southport after pleading guilty to nine charges of sexual assault and three charges of common assault.
Two of the victims, who were aged 15 years at the time of the offending, were present in court. […] The judge accepted that seeing girls in bikinis is different to the environment in which he grew up.
10. Afghan woman killed by fellow asylum seeker in Germany
An Afghan woman has reportedly been stabbed to death by a fellow asylum seeker from Afghanistan, apparently due to religious rift as the victim was seen by the assailant attending a Church service.
According to the sources quoted by the local news outlet, Bild, the victim was believed to be about 38-year-old and was killed by the fellow asylum seeker in Bavaria of Germany.
The identity of the victim has not been disclosed by the authorities in Germany so far but relatives of the victim have said she was singled out by the assailant and killed with the knife.