1. Dutch official Willie Dille reportedly commits suicide after posting video claiming Muslim gang-rape attack
A Dutch city council member reportedly committed suicide just hours after posting a video online in which she claimed to have been gang-raped by a group of Muslims who were following the orders of a former fellow member of her anti-immigration PVV party.
Willie Dille, a 53-year-old who represented the PVV in parliament from 2010 to 2012 and later became a city councilor at The Hague, killed herself Wednesday after she “could no longer bear what had happened to her and the reactions she had had,” local PVV leader Karen Gerbrands told Dutch News.
In a video Dille reportedly posted online earlier in the day, she claimed former PVV parliament member Arnoud van Doorn – who apparently disliked her -- ordered the attack, which allegedly happened in early 2017.
To watch the video Willie Dille made shortly before taking her own life, click HERE.
2. Ottawa mosque loses charity status for promoting “hate and intolerance”
The federal government has stripped one of Ottawa’s largest mosques of its charity status over “activities that promote hate and intolerance,” Global News has learned.
The Canada Revenue Agency took action against the Ottawa Islamic Centre and Assalam Mosque following audits that raised concerns about its roster of guest speakers.
“Many of the views expressed by the organization’s speakers are misogynistic, homophobic, racist and/or promote violence,” the CRA Charities Branch wrote in a letter sent to the mosque president.
The CRA was also concerned that “radicalized individuals” had attended the mosque, one of whom, Ashton Larmond, is now imprisoned for attempting to join the so-called Islamic State.
Alexandra Belaire, an Ottawa based independent journalist who escaped from behind the Iron Curtain when she was 13, reports from outside the Ottawa mosque in question:
3. Turkish pro-government columnist warns US about “new 9/11”
“If the internal stress in the US goes on like this, the possibility of another 9/11 is not all that remote,” Turkish columnist Abdurrahman Dilipak said in an article published in the pro-government Yeni Akit newspaper on Thursday.
Asserting that Turkey will no longer tolerate being “stalled” or “threatened,” he claimed that increasing the tension with Turkey would lead to “other troubles” in the US and the EU.
In his article Dilipak argued that a solution between Turkey and the US was not going to be easy, referring to a recent deterioration in relations due to the lengthy detention and trial of American pastor Andrew Brunson.
He claimed that the US position on Brunson as well as the US approach to other bilateral and regional issues has brought Turkey to a crossroads. Dilipak also suggested that it has come to a point where Turkey might irreversibly reconsider its alliances with NATO, the EU and the US and reassess its relations with BRICS countries as well as the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
4. “I’ll Raid You, White Trash”: Australians Told to Lock Doors as Africans Rampage in Melbourne
Police in Melbourne have been slammed for making no arrests after residents of the city’s north-west suburbs were terrorised by gangs of African youths who bragged “police can’t touch us” and branded frightened families “racist.”
Despite its sending dozens of armed officers in riot gear to Taylors Hill as more than 100 teenagers gathered “for war”, and telling residents to “stay inside and lock their doors” as rival gangs ran amok, police claimed there had been “no threat to community safety.”
According to The Age, there was a heavy police presence at the scene for several hours, including cavalry officers and a helicopter, with traffic diverted away from the area as gangs hurled rocks at authorities and law enforcement vehicles, smashing the window of a patrol car.
Local media heard police had said the youths had gathered “for war” as they told people to stay inside their homes, with one resident telling reporters: “They told me to stay inside, lock the doors and yeah, it’s scary, I’ve got a nine-year-old and an 11-year-old and they’re scared.”
5. British government discriminates against Christian refugees
While the United Kingdom struggles under an influx of Muslim migrants, a new report reveals Britain is refusing to take in Christian refugees. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains how political correctness is putting Christian lives at risk from Islamic terrorism.
6. Muslim convert admits London Oxford Street terror plot
A man has pleaded guilty to plotting a terror attack on London's Oxford Street and raising money for terrorism.
Lewis Ludlow, 26, planned to hire a van and hit pedestrians and also targeted Madame Tussauds and St Paul's Cathedral, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said.
He pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey and is due to be sentenced on 2 November.
Ludlow, who also used the name Ali Hussain, had hoped to kill up to 100 people.
A spokesman for the CPS said he had been under 24-hour armed police surveillance.
7. Hungary Discontinues Gender Studies Programs: “Ideology, Not Science”
The Hungarian government is discontinuing programs in gender studies at state-run universities after determining the programs serve no identifiable purpose and are based on “ideology rather than science.”
Bence Rétvári, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Human Resources (EMMI), said that university degrees must be rooted in a scientific basis, whereas gender studies, “like Marxist-Leninism,” are more aptly termed ideology than science, and are inappropriate matter for university-level education.
A spokesman for the Hungarian government told Breitbart News that there is no demand for gender studies graduates in the Hungarian job market.
“There is no economic rationale for studies such as these,” he said, and nor does the program “furnish students with skills that can be readily and directly converted on the labour market.”
8. Al Jazeera English - Saudi Arabia halts all medical treatment for citizens in Canada
9. Refugee who threw kettle of boiling water over his gay housemate saying “in my country we do not allow you” leaving him with severe blistering is jailed for 17 months
Rafaat Mohamed, 54, originally from Sudan, had a “difficult” relationship with Kez Phillips before he threw the contents of a boiled kettle over him on April 28 this year.
The pair lived in the same hostel in Chelsea, west London, for six months.
Mohamed was in the shared kitchen making a cup of tea when Mr Phillips accused him of stealing his food and said: “In your country, you would have your hand cut off for stealing.”
He then calmly put down his cup of tea before picking up the kettle and emptying it onto Mr Phillip's face and shirtless torso leaving him with severe blistering, Isleworth Crown Court heard. [..]
Mohamed came to the UK from Sudan as a refugee in 1999.
10. Trump tweets, “Canada must wait on trade deal”
Deal with Mexico is coming along nicely. Autoworkers and farmers must be taken care of or there will be no deal. New President of Mexico has been an absolute gentleman. Canada must wait. Their Tariffs and Trade Barriers are far too high. Will tax cars if we can’t make a deal!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 10, 2018