1. Facebook Bans Jewish-Australian Military Veteran Avi Yemini for “Hate Speech”
A popular Jewish-Australian IDF veteran, political blogger, and Australian state government candidate recently found his Facebook page banned, just 48 hours before the blacklisting of Infowars host Alex Jones. Yemini’s Facebook page boasted a follower count of approximately 175,000 but was suspended for “hate speech” according to a notification Yemini received from Facebook. Yemeni has been on the receiving end of death threats on Facebook himself based on his reporting.
Interview: Avi Yemini discusses pushing back on Facebook ban
2. Paul Weston on Daily Mail versus Tommy Robinson
3. The real mood in Germany (caused by Angela Merkel)
4. Hijab Hoax 2.0 | Ex-Muslim Warns Canadians About Justin Trudeau's Liberal Diversity Agenda
5. Terrorist “sleeper cells” hibernating in the U.S. are positioned for attack, officials warn
Terrorist ‘sleeper cells’ hibernating in the U.S. are positioned for attack, officials warn pic.twitter.com/9q2SF9WNnj— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) August 18, 2018
6. “You dogs, I spit on your cross”: Muslim imam accused of abusing council staff and illegally clearing land claims his Islamic group is exempt from Australian law
A Muslim imam accused of abusing council staff over allegations he was illegally clearing land claims his Islamic group is exempt from Australian law.
Dr Mustapha Kara-Ali is the Imam of religious guild Diwan Al Dawla, a guild which conducts much of its religious practices on a property in Colo, New South Wales.
Hawkesbury City Council has launched legal action against the imam after learning he was allegedly clearing land on the property without a permit, the ABC reported.
Dr Kara-Ali, a Harvard graduate, allegedly screamed “you dogs, I step on your cross” when council workers visited the property to serve court documents. [...]
A spokesperson for the ACNC said religious charities were still required to comply with Australian law.
If a religious charity is found to be in participating in or encouraging unlawful behaviour, it can have its charity status revoked.
7. Gavin McInnes & Dinesh D'Souza EXPOSE the Democratic Party's Militarized Wing
8. Man faces assault charge for allegedly attacking Sun photographer
A man accused of assaulting a Toronto Sun photographer at an anti-racism rally in Nathan Phillips Square last weekend has been arrested.
Toronto Police confirm the suspect, Donald Joseph MacLeod, was taken into custody in 52 Division on Saturday — one day a before his 29th birthday.
“He did not turn himself in,” Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook said.
Police issued a news release Thursday — a day after the victim, Stan Behal, filed a complaint to cops — seeking information on the incident that left 63-year-old veteran photographer with a concussion and was captured on video as he and Sun columnist Sue-Ann Levy covered a Toronto Against Fascism event on Aug. 11 around 2:30 p.m.
9. Belgian Bishop Violently Assaulted and Robbed by “Foreign Men”
Belgian Roman Catholic Bishop Jean-Pierre Delville was assaulted earlier this week by “foreign men” during a home invasion, according to the diocese of Liège.
The thieves broke into the bishop’s residence either late at night on Tuesday or early on Wednesday morning through a window on the ground floor leading into a lavatory. After entering the building the men, who were all masked, physically assaulted the bishop along with his godson who was also present in the home, Belgian magazine Le Vif reports.
According to a statement released by the diocese, the men threatened the bishop and demanded cash, thinking that all of the money from the entire bishopric would be located there. [...]
The suspects in the theft were identified as foreigners, with the diocese claiming “they spoke German as well as an unidentified foreign language and spoke poorly in French.”
10. TERROR SHOCK: France BEGS UK to help battle jihadis, then BILLS us £2MILLION
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson was reportedly “livid” after the French tried to charge the Ministry of Defence for flying out equipment and kit to Africa.
The UK sent Chinook helicopters and around 100 British troops to jihadi hotspot Mali to back French forces fighting Islamist terrorists last month.
According to The Sun, Mr Wiliamson threatened to ground our army choppers when the French tried to bill the MoD.
A source told the paper: “We could not believe it. They begged for help, we give it and then they want to charge us for keeping the mission running.
“The French can’t fight their own wars - now they won’t even help those who help them.
“It sent Williamson livid - he threatened to ground the whole fleet.”