1. Pat Condell tweets about Swedish girl who stopped deportation of Afghan asylum seeker
Usually, people who cause trouble on planes are immediately removed. Why wasn’t she? This kind of virtue-signalling stupidity is #Sweden’s problem in a nutshell. In a few months we’ll hear that she has been raped by a migrant, and that she blames her own racism. #svpol https://t.co/KQBjYmcdfE— Pat Condell (@patcondell) July 25, 2018
2. American hostage mom Caitlan Coleman leaves Canada, returns to US with children
Former Taliban hostage Caitlan Coleman returned to the United States with her three children on Monday, almost six years after she was abducted while backpacking across Afghanistan with her husband, ABC News has learned.
Coleman is petitioning an Ottawa family court to grant her full legal custody of the children she shares with Joshua Boyle, who is facing multiple allegations of physical and sexual assault stemming from incidents since his return to Canada.
On Monday, a judge ruled that Coleman, a U.S. citizen, could relocate pending a resolution of her case, so she decided to leave both Canada and Boyle behind, crossing the U.S.-Canada border with her three children that same night.
3. UK: Renew treason laws to jail enemies of the state for life, says thinktank
Ancient treason laws should be renewed to allow enemies of the state to be jailed for life, a right-leaning thinktank has recommended.
Britons who betray the country through acts of terror or by aiding hostile nations should be dealt with as traitors, according to a Policy Exchange report.
It warned a wave of terrorists was coming up for release and claimed the country would be safer if they had been jailed for betrayal.
Treason laws dating back to 1351 are now unworkable, according to the report; the authors of which included Conservative and Labour MPs.
It was backed by the former home secretary, Amber Rudd, told the Daily Telegraph “the time has come for us to consider additional measures, such as those set out in this report, that we need to deal with those who betray this country.”
4. ISIS is alive and well in the USA
5. MP Who Highlighted Pakistani Rape Gangs Given Extra Security by Terror Police
A Labour MP who spoke out against the UK’s “problem” with Pakistani grooming gangs has been given extra security by terror police after sustained attacks from “anti-racist” and Muslim interest groups.
Sarah Champion is the representative for Rotherham, South Yorkshire, where around 1,500 “mostly” white girls were groomed, trafficked, drugged, and raped by gangs of predominantly Pakistani-heritage men, according to a government report.
However, when she highlighted the “common ethnic heritage” of the attackers, she was forced to resign from the Labour front bench in August last year.
6. FOX NEWS ALERT: Toronto shooter that killed two people may have been an ISIS fanatic
FOX NEWS ALERT: Toronto shooter that killed two people may have been an ISIS fanatic, according to law enforcement pic.twitter.com/IZB2jxH0qZ— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) July 25, 2018
7. Hussain always came across as bubbly: Co-worker
A former colleague who worked with Danforth shooter Faisal Hussain at the Leaside Loblaws on Redway Rd. said he was “always happy, bubbly” and eager to please.
The former cashier and clerk, who didn’t want her name used, told the Toronto Sun Tuesday that the 29-year-old worked part-time in the Organic groceries department for the past four years and “would go above and beyond” to help.
Asked whether he ever exhibited any sign of mental illness, she said “no.”
She said he never showed anything but the “bubbly side” of himself.
8. Swedish Police Attacked After Responding to Arson in “Vulnerable” Area
Swedish police officers in the city of Uppsala claim they were attacked by “youths” with stones after responding to cars being set on fire.
The officers were responding to a call that cars had been set on fire in the Valsätra district in the south-west of the city at around 9:40 pm on Sunday. When they arrived on the scene, locals began throwing stones and rocks at them, Swedish broadcaster SVT reports.
Due to the attack, the officers were forced to call in for reinforcements who arrived on the scene a short time later and were able to calm the situation down and perform identity checks on the remaining youths.
Just over an hour later, police were called to the same area at 11:10 pm after more reports came in that even more cars had been set on fire in the neighbourhood.
9. “Only certain humans’ rights matter in the Parliament” Janice Atkinson, MEP for South East England discusses the challenge of raising certain issues in the European Parliament
10. Afghan mother of acid attack boy, 3, “was tracked down by her violent asylum seeker husband after she appeared in newspaper without her veil” as police continue to quiz him
The father of the three-year-old boy doused in acid while shopping with his mother has been arrested and is being questioned over the attack.
The 39-year-old suspect, an Afghan asylum seeker who has not been named, was the first suspect detectives held after the boy was targeted while sitting in a pushchair during a shopping trip to Home Bargains with his mother.
Three other younger men are also being grilled in connection with Saturday afternoon's horrific attack in Worcester after they were arrested 130 miles away in Walthamstow.
They are reportedly eastern Europeans from the Romani community and accomplished bare-knuckle fighters, their east London neighbours said. [...]
It is now thought the target might have been the boy’s mother. [...]
When the pair were in a relationship she would wear a full veil but in recent years had removed it and moved to an address in Worcester 30 miles away with the children.