1. African slaves 'mutilated and cooked like kebabs' by Libya gangs
A former member of the Nigerian government has claimed his countrymen are being 'captured, mutilated and cooked like kebabs' by slave traders in Libya.
Ex-culture minister Femi Fani-Kayode lamented the plight of sub-Saharan Africans who arrive on the Mediterranean coast dreaming of a new life in Europe only to be forced into slavery.
In April, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) warned migrants were being sold at public slave markets in the country.
It said at least 20,000 migrants are held by criminal gangs in detention centres in Libya.
Cambridge educated Fani-Kayode said that three quarters of the people detained by criminal gangs in the region had come from southern Nigeria.
2. Some facts on Islamic migration into Sweden
3. Germany's AfD party speaks to the German legislature on the facts of unemployment and mass “chaotic immigration” of unskilled Muslim migrants into Germany
4. European Court to Decide if Islamic Sharia Law Can Override a Nation's Civil Law
[...] 'The use of Sharia has led to the promotion of parallel societies within the United Kingdom,' he told CBN News in a statement. 'Sharia itself has disproportionately affected women and gives no legal rights to non-Muslims.'
'The United Kingdom has also become the European hub for Islamic finance,' he continued. 'Any Grand Chamber ruling promoting the use of Sharia would only further give weight to the growing segregation of the Muslim community in England and its disassociation with democratic and British values.'
5. Birmingham Labour candidate apologises after saying 'no proof' that ISIS exists
A Birmingham local election candidate has apologised after previously claiming there was ‘no proof’ that ISIS exists in one of a string of controversial Facebook posts.
Law student Safia Noor, 25, has been selected as Labour’s new candidate for the Small Heath ward in city council elections next year.
But it has emerged the political activist and school governor has previously posted controversial Facebook messages about ISIS and UK terror attacks.
6. Gang of 21 masked men throw Molotov cocktails at synagogue in Gothenburg as terrified Jewish students huddle inside
Twenty one masked men have thrown Molotov cocktails at a synagogue in Sweden tonight as terrified Jewish students huddled inside.
The group of youth, who were holding a party in the venue, had to be rushed to basement until security forces arrived.
The sickening attack has taken place in Gothenburg just days after US President Donald Trump declared Jerusalem the capital of Israel.
Armed officers raced to the scene tonight just after 10pm to reports of 'several' Molotov cocktails being thrown outside. [...]
The attack comes one day after thousands of Palestinians took to the streets in a 'day of rage' today over Trump’s incendiary Jerusalem move.
It is not known if the two incidents are linked.
7. In Malmo Sweden, Muslims chant threats to Jewish people en masse
8. British Hindus Object to Muslim Centre in Non-Muslim Area
Thousands of residents of a largely Hindu area of Leicester have objected to a proposed Muslim prayer room and education centre.
Supporters of the development insist it is not a mosque; however, opponents say it will harm the community, the Leicester Mercury reports.
After a developer applied to convert a vacant warehouse in the Belgrave area of the city into facilities for Muslims, more than 1,435 letters of objection have been sent to planning officials, and 3,569 people signed a petition against the plan. [...]
Members of the city council’s planning committee will be asked to decide whether to allow the development at a meeting next Thursday, but planning officers have already recommended it is refused.
A city council planning spokesman said: “As a result of the proposed uses, the nature of the property and its location, the proposal would result in increased on-street activity, noise from people and vehicles particularly in the late evening and early morning.
9. Video interview from Poland describing the impressions of the growing totalitarianism in Germany against any non-far leftwing opinions
This Polish expat is leaving Germany and moving back to Poland.
10. Many times in the past few days, we have heard the term, "Days of Rage" related to actions over the US moving its embassy to Jerusalem
It is worth knowing that this term is not new, and in fact specifically refers to a tactic used by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the largest international body in the world after the UN itself.
In the following video from 2012, sharia law expert, Stephen Coughlin, explains how Days of Rage are a tactic used to enforce Islamic law as policy world wide.