1. Leak Reveals Soros Network’s List of ‘Reliable Allies’ in EU Parliament
Leaked documents listing hundreds of EU parliament members that the George Soros network considers “reliable allies” should raise alarm bells across Europe, says Hungary.
The list, which includes 226 MEPs including former President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz, seven vice-presidents, and a number of committee heads, coordinators, and quaestors, was circulated within the billionaire open borders campaigner’s Open Society Foundations group, and revealed by DCLeaks.
“If this report threatened only Hungary, it wouldn’t be a problem. The Hungarian government has grown accustomed to countering the groundless accusations and false information used by the proponents of this radical open society agenda. But this time it’s not just Hungary. It endangers the future of Europe as a whole,” warned Dr. Zoltán Kovács, Hungary’s secretary of state for Public Diplomacy.”
2. Manhattan terror attack updates
Jihadi's name is Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, and is described by people who knew him as “a very nice guy.”
Jihadi yelled “Allah hu ackbar” as he attacked and had the uniform standard facial hair of the Islamic jihadi.
Senator Graham explains that President Donald Trump understands we are in a religious war:
Jihadi was in US on “Diversity Visa”. A note left behind in the truck pledged allegiance to the Islamic State in Arabic, and an Islamic State flag was in the rental truck.
“The suspect planned this for weeks”: NYPD
3. Germany: Man arrested in advanced planning stages of Islamic attack
4. Tunisia: Suspected Islamist stabs two police near parliament
According to the Interior Ministry, the attacker was known to authorities and said after the aggression that he viewed the police as “tyrants.”
One of the policemen was wounded in the neck and treated in hospital, while the other received light wounds, the statement added.
5. Italy expels Kosovo radical imam for security reasons
A Muslim religious leader from Kosovo was expelled from Italy for posing threat of national security, according to Italian media.
The imam identified as Idriz Idrizovic, 39, was deported from the city of Lecco in the northern Lombardy region, where he lived since 2008, at the order of the Italian Interior Ministry, according to Ansa news agency. The man was allegedly linked to other Muslim preachers from the Balkans, who are believed to support an extremist view of religion.
6. Egyptian lawyer: It’s a “national DUTY” to rape girls wearing ripped jeans
AN EGYPTIAN lawyer sparked outrage after he said it was his 'patriotic and national duty' to harass and rape young girls who wear revealing clothes.
Nabih al-Wahsh, a prominent conservative, said women wearing clothing such as ripped jeans should be punished.
He said: 'Are you happy when you see a girl walking down the street with half of her behind showing?'
'I say that when a girl walks about like that, it is a patriotic duty to sexually harass her and a national duty to rape her.'
7. Gen. Jack Keane: Radical Islam is thriving
8. CIA Releases Nearly 470,000 Additional Files Recovered in May 2011 Raid on Bin Ladin’s Compound
9. Germany: Islamic-inspired children’s park receives warm welcome in Berlin
A new Islamic inspired children’s playground in Berlin received a largely positive response from locals on Wednesday.
The playground in the Neukolln district, which is still under construction, follows a bazaar theme with the roof of the playhouse shaped like the dome of Mosque complete with a crescent moon and four minarets.
The feedback has been broadly positive with many hoping that it would make Muslim children and families feel more integrated, but some believe that tax payer's money should not be used to fund religion related projects.
10. “I go to this mosque, too!”