1. Germany: Antifa protester beaten up as far-right demo turns violent
An antifa protester was injured after being beaten up by far-right protesters, as a rally turned into a full-scale riot in Chemnitz, Eastern Germany on Monday, after the fatal stabbing of a 35 year-old on early Sunday.
2. Kudlow says White House may regulate Google after Trump accused it of being rigged against conservatives
3. Ipswich: Community Centre or Mosque?
Full Ipswich Mosque advertisement on youtube:
4. Italian courts decide on fate of buildings illegally used as mosque
5. Salvini Holds Up Hungary as Model of Successful Economic and Immigration Reform
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has pointed to Hungary’s stellar economic reform under Prime Minister Viktor Orbán as a model for Italy and Europe.
With Italy’s populist government under attack from the European Union (EU) over the question of immigration, Mr. Salvini has noted that Hungary’s economic health has progressed hand-in-hand with a well-structured immigration policy.
“At this point the left exists only to insult me and defend a banker-led EU and boundless immigration,” Salvini tweeted Tuesday before meeting with Mr. Orbán in Milan.
6. Netherlands: Police shoot knife-waving man in Naaldwijk
Google translation of source article follows.
Man with knife shot by police Verdilaan
Naaldwijk - A man was shot after he was waving a knife at the Albert Heijn.
In the first instance, a number of police units went to a report from a man on the Verdilaan, at the level of the Albert Heijn, with a knife around him. To bring him under control, the police shot several times (estimated around 8 to 9 times). The man would also have been bitten by a police dog.
A trauma helicopter has arrived with the Mobile Medical Team (MMT). One person, presumably the perpetrator, was rushed to the hospital. Police engines have escorted the ambulance. The medical condition of the perpetrator is not yet known. No police officers or bystanders would have been injured.
A crime scene (PD) has been deposited. Why the man with the knife was waving is not known.
According to eyewitnesses, the knife-shifter called 'allahu akbar' several times. According to the same bystanders, the man with the knife started waving in the Albert Heijn. The Albert Heijn is closed earlier because of the event and will no longer open today.
7. Demonstrations over migrant stabbing incidents continue in Chemnitz
8. German city removes controversial Erdogan statue
Authorities in the western German city of Wiesbaden have removed a golden statue of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that sparked confusion and controversy when it was erected as part of a local art festival.
The 4-metre-tall statue depicted Erdogan raising his right arm and pointing, evoking the statue of Saddam Hussein toppled by American forces in Iraq.
It was erected on Monday evening for the Wiesbaden Biennale art festival, which is being held under the theme "bad news".
Wiesbaden authorities confirmed on Twitter late Tuesday that the statue had been removed, saying it had become a security issue.
9. Dutch police detain man suspected of threat to Geert Wilders
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Police say they have detained a 26-year-old man suspected of threatening an attack on the Dutch Parliament or on the organizer of a Prophet Muhammad cartoon competition scheduled to be held in November.
Police didn’t name the targeted organizer by name Tuesday, but the cartoon contest is organized by anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders and will be staged in his party’s tightly-guarded office in the Parliament complex.
Physical depictions of God or the Prophet Muhammad, even positive ones, are forbidden in Islam.
Police did not release any details of the suspect or his identity. They say he made the threat in a Facebook post. The suspect likely will be arraigned on Friday.
Wilders has for years lived under round-the-clock security due to repeated death threats.
10. Pakistan’s disgraced cricketer offers Rs3m reward for killing Dutchmen behind blasphemous cartoon contest (VIDEO)
LAHORE: Khalid Latif, who was handed five-year ban for his role in the spot-fixing scandal that engulfed the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2017, has announced a reward to anyone who will kill the Dutchmen behind a blasphemous cartoon competition that depicts Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be upon Him).
In a video shared on Facebook, the 32-year-old batsman announced to put a Rs3 million bounty on the heads of firebrand Dutch politician Geert Wilders and his far-right party colleagues while expressing his pain and anguish over the sacrilegious artwork in the Netherlands.
(Video was made unavailable by Facebook)