1. Bulgarian EU member wants ZERO Islamic immigration
2. Why are Muslim women in UK paying thousands to sleep with strange men?
“A number of online services are charging "divorced" Muslim women thousands of pounds to take part in "halala" Islamic marriages, a BBC investigation has found. Women pay to marry, have sex with and then divorce a stranger, so they can get back with their first husbands. […]
"He dragged me by my hair through two rooms and tried to throw me out of the house. There would be times where he would just go crazy."
Despite the abuse, Farah hoped things would change. Her husband's behaviour though became increasingly erratic - leading to him "divorcing" her via text message.”
But her religious family and community told her she could not get back with her husband till she had married someone else, consummated the marriage, then divorced that person.
3. Spain: Catholics protest Ramadan prayers held near Virgin Mary statue in Granada
“The Muslim community in Granada, Spain, observed Ramadan on Saturday evening praying at a historic park called the Gardens of Triumph, which for many Catholics is a tribute to Virgin Mary.
The event, which the city promoted with signs that read “Come and know Ramadan,” was held in the Catholic bastion to the ire of many Granadians, who say allowing the Islamic prayer there is "a new demonstration of the clumsiness" of Mayor Francisco Cuenca’s and the socialist government.”
4. SAS troops “posing as homeless beggars across UK streets” to foil attacks
“The undercover soldiers, armed with powerful Heckler and Koch MP7 guns and medical kits, have reportedly been stationed at various location in the cities so they are ready to defend the public immediately.
Soldiers from the Counter Revolutionary Warfare Wing have been brought in for the new defence operation.
One soldier told the Mirror:
“The armed units have been deployed for some time now and it is unlikely the operation will be brought to a halt.”
5. Ramadan Rage: Muslim Who Ran Down Five Men with His Van Praised as “Good Family Man” by Judge
“A judge at Leicester Crown Court praised a van driver who deliberately mounted a pavement and ran down five men during Ramadan as “a good family man” who was behaving “completely out of character”.
According to a report in the Daily Mirror newspaper, 26-year-old Lugman Aslam, of Warren View, Leicester, had gotten into a physical altercation with the men after backing his van into one of them, during which he alleged he was racially abused.
Recorder (circuit judge) Justin Wigoder described how, following this incident, a vengeful Aslam returned to his van, mounted the pavement and ploughed through the group, in order to “get [his] own back”.
“I’ve seen it on CCTV and you deliberately mounted the pavement and drove straight at them and right through the middle of them at speed,” Wigoder said.”
6. US Marshals Arrest Two In Turkish Embassy Brawl
U.S. Marshals have arrested two Turkish men living in U.S. for their role in beating peaceful protesters outside of the Turkish embassy in Washington, D.C. last month, a source with knowledge of the matter tells The Daily Caller.
The State Department confirmed in a statement to TheDC that arrests have been, and the Washington, D.C. Metro police department identified the two men as Eyup Yildirim and Sinan Narin.
7. German, Austrian governments plan to solve a problem they created by mass Muslim immigration by establishing surveillance state
Germany is planning a new law giving authorities the right to look at private messages and fingerprint children as young as 6, the interior minister said on Wednesday after the last government gathering before a national election in September. […]
Among the options Germany is considering is "source telecom surveillance", where authorities install software on phones to relay messages before they are encrypted. That is now illegal.
Austria is also planning laws to make it easier to monitor encrypted messages as well as building out a linked network of cameras and other equipment to read vehicle licence plates.
8. Paypal plays politics with Generation Identitaire
The Local describes the French group, who never used violence but often display banners and signs on buildings, as “extreme-right,” in this article about how Paypal was pressured to stop them from receiving funding.
9. Former Czech President Václav Klaus says his country should leave EU; multiculturalism will destroy Czech heritage
10. Australia: Man faces court accused of the kidnapping and forced marriage of a teenage girl
A Muslim man who allegedly abducted, raped and forced a teenage girl to marry him against her will in an Islamic ceremony has appeared in court today.
The petrified 18-year-old, who cannot be named, claimed Chafic Charyala, 31, showed up at her bedroom window in Bankstown at 2am on Sunday and threatened to kill her unless she went with him.