1. Paris: Petrol containers, “crude” detonator found under cement trucks
Petrol containers and what's been described as a "crude" detonators were found under several cement trucks in north eastern Paris on Thursday morning according to reports.
Workers found six petrol containers attached to a "crude detonator device" under several trucks at a cement works in Paris on Thursday, sources close to the inquiry told AFP.
The trucks, found in the French capital's northeastern 19th arrondissement, belonged to Franco-Swiss cement company LafargeHolcim.
"Workers discovered the containers as they went to work this morning," one source told AFP.
Bomb disposal experts rushed to the site and police cordoned off the area, situated in a working-class district.
2. Italy: “The situation has become intolerable”: Torch-bearing protesters rally against mosque
Dozens of CasaPound Italia protesters rallied against an 'unauthorised' Mosque in the Esquilino area of Rome on Wednesday, claiming that its members are dealing drugs and committing homophobic attacks.
SOT, Flower kiosk owner in the area (Italian): "They throw used syringes at us, they're used to do literally anything they want. That's enough, that's enough! We are tired! We are scared when coming back home, I'm even scared when I stay here at my kiosk, my sons can't stand it anymore, that's enough! Enough with this filthy government!"
SOT Davide di Stefano, Casapound Italia Spokesperson (Italian): ‘There's a problem with the unauthorised Mosque where we marched before. [It's] the same place where one week ago, a couple has been attacked by a drunken immigrant from Mali or Malaysia - this isn't still clear - because they were guilty of kissing each other in front of the Mosque. The situation in that alley has become intolerable. Outside the Mosque there are even two groups of pushers, one made up of Africans and another one of Filipinos.’
3. Identitarian Activists Donate Goods to Hungarian Border Guards to Congratulate Their Success in Reducing Mass Migration
Identitarian activists from Austria and Slovenia travelled to Budapest to join Hungarian members of the movement to donate supplies to border officers working along the Hungary-Serbia border.
Three of the hipster-right activists travelled to Budapest from Austria and another two from Slovenia where they all joined another two activists living in Budapest. The group donated items like instant coffee, chocolates, and other luxury goods saying that the action was to show their solidarity and support for the work of the Hungarian border guards.
4. 100 per cent of French attacks since 2014 have been by migrants:
5. UK to Imprison Viewers of “Far-Right Propaganda” for up to 15 years
People in the United Kingdom could face up to fifteen years in prison for repeatedly viewing 'far-right propaganda' or 'terrorist material' online, according to a report.
According to the Guardian, 'A new maximum penalty of 15 years’ imprisonment will also apply to terrorists who publish information about members of the armed forces, police and intelligence services for the purposes of preparing acts of terrorism,‘ while the ‘tightening of the law around viewing terrorist material is part of a review of the government’s counter-terrorism strategy following the increasing frequency of terrorist attacks in Britain this year.'
6. Schools urged to pledge allegiance to Australia after Muslim school teaches “secularism is the greatest enemy”
An Islamic school instructed teachers to tell students their faith should be 'established' across Australia.
The worrying directive at Bellfield College, in southwest Sydney, was uncovered after a complaint that it encouraged anti-Australian sentiment in its community.
NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes said the school's teacher manual stressed children should be told mankind's 'worst enemy' was secularism.
7. ISIS Infographic on Vegas Shooting Claims Paddock Converted Six Months Ago
ISIS claimed through their Amaq news agency Monday morning that the "Las Vegas attacker is a soldier of the Islamic State who carried out the attack in response to calls for targeting coalition countries." They claimed he had converted to Islam recently.
In the new al-Naba issue, the terror group claims Stephen Paddock converted to Islam six months ago.
ISIS persisted in its full-court press effort to claim responsibility for the attack after the Amaq news agency claim with their official Nashir channel and affiliated al-Batar Media Foundation all insisting Paddock acted on behalf of the terror group.”
JUST THE START? Las Vegas massacre gunman was planning more attacks and car bombing spree, investigators fear… as it’s claimed ‘suicide’ may have been accidental.
Explosive possessed by Stephen Paddock may have been used in NYC bombing.
8. Denmark joins European nations in banning niqab, burqa
Denmark will join other European countries banning full-face covering, including Islamic veils such as the niqab or burqa.
Jakob Ellemann-Jensen of Denmark's liberal party that leads a center-right governing coalition says a law proposal was not aimed at any religions or a ban of scarfs, turbans or kippa, the traditional Jewish skull cap. [...]
A large majority of lawmakers, including the opposition Social Democrats — Denmark's largest party— has said it would vote for such a law, popularly known as the "Burqa Ban." The move is mostly seen as directed at the dress worn by some ultra-conservative Muslim women. Few Muslim women in Denmark wear full-face veils.
9. Lone British woman makes video about multi-culturalism, nails it:
10. President Trump says Iran not living up to its side of Obama's curious nuclear deal
Rumours begin to circulate that it will be officially decertified soon.