1. “India should nurture its Islamic population”: Barack Obama
2. Turkey Rejects "Moderate Islam"
At a conference on women's entrepreneurship, held in Ankara on November 9 and hosted by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan rejected the concept of 'moderate Islam'. Referring to the vow by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman -- during the Future Investment Initiative conference in Riyadh on Oct. 25 -- to turn his country into a bastion of "moderate Islam," Erdoğan said, 'Islam cannot be either 'moderate' or 'not moderate.' Islam can only be one thing.' He also claimed that the 'patent of this concept originated in the West,' which "really want[s] to weaken Islam.'
Erdoğan has consistently communicated his thoughts about the term 'moderate Islam' often used in the West to describe his Justice and Development Party (AKP). As early as 2007, he said:
'These epithets of moderate Islam are very ugly, it is disrespectful and an insult to our religion. There is no moderate or immoderate Islam. Islam is Islam and that's it.'
Erdogan was even sent to jail for reading a famous poem about Islam and its nature in 1997 when he was mayor of Istanbul.
3. UK: Muslim cleric explains the status of the non-Muslims
Instructions include "never give any food any kafir" (unbeliever.)
4. Germany: Woman stabbed after rejecting advances
5. Australia: Muslim who mutilated, murdered wife says it’s “normal” behaviour in Middle East
A RADICALISED Muslim who removed his wife’s right eye before slaughtering her in front of their children told police it was “normal” behaviour in the Middle East.
The brutal killer, who cannot be named to protect the identities of his three children, is facing life behind bars after he pleaded guilty to the horrific killing in June last year.
The Supreme Court heard on Friday how the Broadmeadows man had set out on a 'prolonged and vicious' knife attack on his wife at their family home.
He removed her right eye in what is believed to be inspired by the Islamist one-eyed antichrist Dajjal, and cut off two of her fingers while she was still alive.
She bled to death after suffering deep lacerations across her face, neck, arms, legs, back, hips and genitalia.
6. German AfD Party spokesman on speaks on the consequences of Merkel's family reunification plans
7. Anthony Furey: Trudeau labels legitimate questions about terrorism "Islamophobia
8. US pulls out of UN migration arrangement; "decisions on immigration must be made by Americans, and Americans alone"
Nikki Haley, US ambassador to the UN released an official statement on the ending of the US involvement with the mass migration program. In part:
"...But our decisions on immigration policies must always be made by Americans and Americans lone. We will decide how best to control our borders and who will be allowed to enter our country. The global approach in the New York Declaration is simply not compatible with the U.S."
9. Paris suburb in flames after police allegedly pushed "youth" off bicycle
10. Danish MP accused of threatening female imam with "revenge porn"
Sherin Khankan, the founder of Scandinavia’s first female-led mosque, has accused Conservative MP Naser Khader of threatening to release “deeply personal and private” photos that she had sent to him while they were in a romantic relationship.
Khankan told Berlingske on Friday that Khader has tried to intimidate her into silence by hinting that he would release the intimate photos.
Khader and Khankan have been in a conflict over the MP’s attempts to remove state funding from Exitcirclen, which he alleges supports stoning and whipping as a punishment for extramarital affairs. Khankan has rejected the allegations and her lawyer is preparing a case against Khader and two other right-of-centre politicians for what she contends are false claims.
The controversy over the group’s funding has also ensnared Immigration Minister Inger Støjberg, who was accused of improperly attempting to shut off funding for the project.