1. Boston police officer’s son arrested for plotting Islamic terror plot against homosexual and non-Muslim targets
2. Afghans threaten to kill politicians for objecting to Islamization of Germany
3. Russia's FSB Says It Has Foiled Islamic State Sleeper Cell in Moscow
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Monday it had detained members of a terrorist cell who were planning attacks on Moscow’s public transit.
The statement comes nearly two months after the FSB said it foiled another terror group in the Moscow region. Four suspects believed to be organizing attacks in Moscow were detained on Aug. 14. A bomb-making lab was also shut down on the outskirts of Moscow.
The FSB said in late August it had foiled terrorist attacks on the first day of school, Sept. 1.
The FSB said Monday’s detainees were part of an Islamic State sleeper cell led by “foreign emissaries." The Islamic State is a terrorist group banned in Russia.
4. Five arrested after “homemade bomb” found in Paris
The Paris prosecutor has opened an anti-terror investigation after the discovery at the weekend of a homemade bomb at a building in Paris and five people have been arrested, sources close to the case said Monday.
Police discovered two cylinders of gas in the hall of a building in the city's 16th arrondissement and two others on the sidewalk. They also found a mobile phone linked to the cylinders, which appeared to be "a device to ignite" the explosive, the sources said.
5. Italians bitter over immediate housing for illegal migrants
6. March of Shiia Muslims for “Ashura” in Copenhagen
7. Kashmir India: Srinagar Suicide Attack LIVE: Fresh Gunfire at BSF Camp, 3 Terrorists Killed
A BSF jawan was killed and two security personnel were injured when terrorists attacked a camp near the Srinagar airport on Tuesday morning. Three terrorists have been gunned down. Sources said Jaish-e-Muhammed may be involved in the suicide attack.
There has been a serious uptick in lethal attacks against Hindus in the border region between Pakistan and India over the past few days.
8. Controversial Muslim leader says men should be allowed to have a second wife because it “liberates” women from being spinsters
A Muslim leader says men have a social responsibility to take a second wife to liberate women from being spinsters.
Islamic Friendship Association of Australia founder Keysar Trad says women can benefit from joining a polyamorous relationship when there's a shortage of eligible men.
'If a woman is interested in him and if his wife is okay with that situation, then it becomes his duty towards society to do his bit,' he told Daily Mail Australia on Monday.
9. UK plans jail sentences for streaming extremist content
The British government says it will make streaming extremist content an offense punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
Currently it's illegal to download or store material that encourages violent attacks. But Home Secretary Amber Rudd says the law should be toughened to include "people who repeatedly view terrorist content online."
Britain has seen five deadly attacks this year, including vehicle and knife rampages and a bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.
10. Somali immigrant, denied refugee status, suing Canada for $55 million
In 2005 and 2006, he was arrested and charged with assault, failing to appear and uttering threats, for which he received a suspended sentence and 18 months’ probation, as well as a day in jail and 87 days pre-sentence custody. Since he’s neither a permanent resident nor citizen, his criminality made him inadmissible to Canada.
Warssama’s lawyer, Subodh Bharati, said the Canada Border Services Agency had a policy of not forcibly removing people to Somalia and would only deport someone to African country if the person was willing to sign a “voluntary statutory declaration” indicating one’s genuine desire to return.