1. Ottawa judge brands sadistic rapist a dangerous offender
The designation is for life and comes after Ahmed committed horrific rapes — one at knifepoint in an alley — in 2011 and 2009.
The high school dropout originally from Kenya pleaded guilty to the vicious sex crimes, and also pleaded guilty to a severe, foot-stomping beating of another inmate at the Ottawa jail in 2015. Ahmed, 32, also pleaded guilty to assaulting a guard — he threw his urine on a correctional officer — at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre.
“Based on all of the evidence on this sentencing hearing and without any evidence of Mr. Ahmed’s treatability beyond a hope for change, I cannot risk the safety of the community,” Ontario Superior Court Justice Lynn Ratushny said in her decision.
The judge said his release would now rest in the hands of the parole board.
The lengthy dangerous offender application was successfully argued by Assistant Crown Attorney Peter Napier.
2. London is “acid attack capital of the world”
A burns surgeon who treats many acid attack victims coming out of East London has suggested that the proliferation of such crimes is now at epidemic levels.
Dr Martin Niall, a burn surgeon at Mid-Essex Hospital, told National Public Radio (NPR) in the U.S. that acid attacks in Britain “are now at levels that one of my colleagues described as epidemic”.
He added: “Everyone, ourselves included, has been shocked by this emerging threat to public health.”
In terms of attacks per head of population, London is now the acid attack capital of the world, with a 74 per cent rise in assaults — from 261 to 454 — between 2015 and 2016.
Hundreds of attacks have already been logged for the first few months of 2017. Twelve people suffered burns and in some cases lost their vision after an attack in a Hackney nightclub at Easter, and two moped-mounted teens attacked five people around London in under 90 minutes in a July crime spree.
3. Naples: 30 Immigrants surround five soldiers to impede questioning
“In the video, in the centre of Via Firenze close to the station, a patrol of five soldiers, armed and tasked with Operation Safe Streets, are searching a man, on the ground to check him out. Some foreigners come running from the right, then back off. Others arrive from the left. The soldiers, already surrounded, try to keep calm, but suddenly chaos is triggered. Shouting, shoving, someone tries to free the detained man. Then a young man in a green t-shirt intervenes, saying something that causes the thirty immigrants in revolt to disperse.”
4. Who is Rich Higgins and why was he fired from Trump’s advisory panel?
Here, Rich explains that Obama’s removal of certain terms from the intelligence lexicon was “the complete strategic collapse of the intelligence process.”
PLUS: McMaster worked for a Soros think tank that helped sell Iran deal.
5. Report: Afghans grossly over-represented in sexual violence in Europe
In the realm of “Criminal acts against sexual autonomy and self-determination” alone, 3,404 asylum seekers were registered as sexual criminals. About nine times a day somewhere in Germany, a woman, or a child, is being raped, sexually coerced, tormented, cornered, humiliated and debased by men, who — coming here allegedly seeking protection — have been taken in unconditionally and were given accommodations and everything else. That is what the official numbers say. But an estimate of unreported cases will most likely be much higher.
This is not just the case for Germany, but for all European countries which have permitted significant migration from mostly Islamic chaos-zones in the Third World. Another example is Austria. Cheryl Benard, the Austrian-American social scientist and feminist, has studied the phenomenon of an increase of sexual attacks on women by asylum seekers in her country of birth.
6. Istanbul synagogue closed after vandalism
For the first time in recent history there were no Shabbat services at the Neve Shalom synagogue in Istanbul, following a violent protest last week by a fascist youth group, The Algemeiner reports.
Activists from a Turkish fascist youth movement whose leader enjoys close relations with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attacked the Neve Shalom synagogue in Istanbul on Thursday, throwing rocks at the building and kicking its doors during a protest against Israel’s decision to install metal detectors at the entrances to Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.
7. “Access Islam” introduced for millions US public school children
Virginia school assignment: 'Create poster about 5 Pillars of Islam to be displayed in classroom and around the school.’
A program called “Access Islam” is being introduced as an educational religious program for millions of children in public schools across America, reports Creeping Sharia.
The initial phase of the program involves the basic tenets of Islam, called the five pillars of Islam.
According to the Access Islam syllabus, ‘students explore and understand the basic beliefs of Islam as well as the Five Pillars that guide Muslims in their daily life.’
8. Hundreds of illegal African migrants break into Spain
Someone recorded the screen of the CCTV cameras at the border with Spain:
Although much of this is in Spanish, the video speaks for itself for the most part:
9. Immigrant family BANNED from leaving the country; planned to genitally mutilate their toddler abroad
An immigrant couple who police claim tried to take their newborn daughter overseas to be genitally mutilated have been banned from leaving Australia.
The couple, who were both born overseas and arrived in Australia separately 10 years ago, were slapped with a travel ban after NSW police recorded them discussing female circumcision, according to The Australian.
The husband and wife have denied the claims and argued to have the family's ban lifted in court last week so they can visit family in their home country.
Just before the young girl was born in September 2014, Officers said they received a tip that the family was going to have the girl 'cut' overseas, the publication reported.
10. Iranian “homemade missile” slams into US flag target in test fire
From the RT Youtube page:
A homemade missile was successfully tested under the supervision of military officers in the rural village of Kiasar, Mazandaran Province, on Sunday. The target of the missile was draped in a US flag at the time of impact.
SOT, Engineer behind missile (Farsi): ‘We have been doing this missile work for three years and each time we fix the bugs and we are showing a part of the work.’
Ezra Levant’s interview by Stefan Molyneux on what his team saw on recent Middle Eastern trip: