1. Ontario: Masked mob wreaks havoc in Hamilton's west end
Some strange type of gang walking along Locke smashing windows and setting off some sort of flare gun, stay safe everyone! Area is now being safely secured by police. #LockeStreet #HamOnt pic.twitter.com/O2F0fPle8Y— LD (@lauradavisxo) March 4, 2018
From The Spec.com:
Cops explore anarchist link to masked mob attack on Locke Street
Hundreds of residents embraced the traumatized neighbourhood around Locke Street South Sunday, in the aftermath of a masked mob vandalizing stores and lighting firecrackers that sounded like gunshots.
A lineup of customers at Donut Monster stretched around the corner at Locke and Charlton streets, where the new café's windows were among those boarded up after being shattered by rocks thrown by members of a group numbering about 30 Saturday night, dressed in black brandishing a banner that read: "We Are the Ungovernables."
Hamilton police said damage to shops, cars, and homes in the area totalled about $100,000, and no injuries were reported.
2. Italian Left in shock after crushing election defeat
Lega Nord emerged as main winners of Italian elections. In the video below from February, Salvini speaks openly to reporters about why his party stands against uncontrolled immigration.
3. Top Bangladesh sci-fi writer stabbed in head at seminar because he’s an “enemy of Islam”
Zafar Iqbal, a top selling author and celebrity speaker, was rushed to hospital after the attack.
Bangladeshi investigators said Sunday that a young man accused of stabbing a bestselling science fiction writer at a seminar had targeted him as an enemy of Islam.
Saturday’s attack on Zafar Iqbal in the northern city of Sylhet was just the latest in a series of stabbings of secular or atheist authors and bloggers in Muslim-majority Bangladesh.
Iqbal, a long-standing champion of free speech and secularism, remains in stable condition in hospital where he is being treated for stab wounds to his head.
Police detained 21-year-old Faizul Hasan, a former Islamic seminary student, and were investigating any ties to radical groups.
Colonel Ali Haider Azad Ahmed from the Rapid Action Battalion police unit said Hasan told investigators it was “his duty as a Muslim to resist those who work against Islam”.
4. Belgium: Eight Arrested in Molenbeek Ghetto Anti-Terror Raids
BRUSSELS (AFP) – Eight people were arrested in Brussels after counter-terror raids as part of an investigation into an alleged attack plot, a source close to the probe said.
All eight were arrested Sunday in Molenbeek, an immigrant district linked to the Paris and Brussels terror attacks, following the raids, the source told AFP.
The eight were taken for questioning before a judge investigating an alleged terror plot, the source said, confirming a report in the Belgian daily La Derniere Heure.
5. Friday Sermon in Egypt - Wage Jihad in Infidel Lands until Islam Rules the World
6. Anti-Merkel protests spread amid rumours of Youtube censorship
March 3, Kandel:
A large demonstration of ordinary Germans in the town of Kandel took place on Saturday. Even Germany’s state controlled media can no longer hide the number of people taking to the streets to protest against Merkel and her destructive open border policies. Kandel is a symbolic location, as it is the place where a 15-year-old German girl was murdered by an Afghan refugee.
At first German media talked about 1,500 protesters but as the police announced numbers of around 4,500 the tone changed quickly. However, YouTube and even the German police attempted to censor the march.
Many people were live streaming the march to prove that it was peaceful and to counter the mainstream media narrative of it being a “radical right-wing” march. Some of the chants included “Merkel has to leave” “We will not be silenced” and “Those who don’t love Germany need to leave”.
7. Saudi-owned private broadcaster pulls the plug on Turkish dramas
The Arab world’s largest private broadcaster has stopped showing Turkish television programmes, it said on Monday, as tensions rise between Ankara and some Arab states. […]
Relations were further strained by Ankara’s support for Qatar after Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt imposed sanctions on Doha last year over its alleged support for Islamist militants. Qatar denies the accusations.
8. Hungary Challenges United Nations Plan to Facilitate Global Mass Migration
Presenting a “security first” proposal to the United Nations (UN), Hungary has announced it is “ready to fight” the globalist body over plans to promote mass migration.
The country’s conservative government submitted the 12-point proposal in response to the “dangerous” so-called Global Compact for Migration, which was described by President Donald J. Trump as a “no borders plan” when he withdrew the U.S. from talks in December.
Announcing the proposal in Budapest, Foreign Secretary Peter Szijjártó warned: “If these 12 points, in which the Government summarises its position, are not included in the package, Hungary will not be in a position to support the adoption of the Compact.
9. US embassy in Turkey closed over security threat, 4 ISIS suspects detained over attack plot
The US embassy in Ankara was shut down Monday due to a security threat. The move came just before four Islamic State suspects were detained as part of probe into a possible attack on the mission.
Starting March 5, the Embassy will provide “only emergency services,” the announcement said. Routine actives, including visa interviews will not be held during the period of restrictions. The notice also advised US citizens in Turkey should avoid large crowds, keep a low profile and otherwise be cautious.
Later on Monday, Turkish police detained four people who were suspected of having links to Islamic State (IS, former ISIS/ISIL). The suspects, who were identified as Iraqi nationals, were detained as part of an investigation into a possible attack on the US embassy, the Turkish Anadolu agency reported.
10. ISIS releases shocking video which appears to show the desperate final moments and deaths of four US soldiers as ISIS fighters ambush them in Niger
ISIS has released a sickening video appearing to show their fighters ambushing and killing four US soldiers in Niger.
The 9 minute, 15 second video appears to be shot from multiple helmet cams on the US soldiers who died in on October 4 in Tongo Tongo, Niger in an ambush by 50 ISIS militants.
The video reveals heartbreaking details about the courageous last moments of the four soldiers, although it is edited with multiple cuts that make the full context of the firefight unclear.
DailyMail.com is not publishing the full video, which is extremely graphic, but the withheld portions are described in detail below.
The attack raised questions about the US military's role in Niger, where about 800 US military personnel are stationed to train local forces and operate drones.