1. Documentary: Killing Europe
The movie that the Ottawa Public Library banned as "hate speech,” (though after reviewing it with the police, decided it was not) is now available on Youtube in both English and French.
2. Escaped ebola patients went to PRAYERS with 50 people – outbreak “on knife edge”
Health bosses confirmed two of the three fugitives attended the prayer meeting before they died.
Fears now rage the highly infectious disease could spread further as victims fail to grasp the seriousness of the infection.
Ebola patients are reportedly relying on spiritual cures rather than trusting advice of doctors.
And this is despite thousands of vaccines being deployed to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
At least 27 people have been killed in the latest outbreak in Africa.
3. Equating Islam to terror foolish - pope
(ANSA) - Milan, May 24 - Pope Francis has said equating Islam to terrorism is "foolish" in an interview with an Italian local newspaper.
“It might be coming out of many people's mouths, but this equation is a lie and it is foolish,” Francis said in the interview published by L'Eco di Bergamo on Thursday, the day the body of Pope John XXIII returns to his northern Italian home city.
4. Netherlands: 1,400 Underage Dutch Girls Forced into Sex Slavery Each Year by “Migrant Background” Males
Every year more than one thousand underage Dutch girls are groomed and then blackmailed into sex slavery by young pimps with migrant backgrounds, an investigation has revealed.
With gifts, drink, and drugs, so-called “loverboys” will seduce a girl into agreeing to become his sex partner before taking pictures or video footage of the encounter which will then be used as leverage to force her into prostitution, Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad reports.
“These men are mostly Moroccans, Turks, Caribbeans, and Roma. The lion’s share of them have a migrant background,” said Gideon van Aartsen from Watch Nederland, an initiative which coordinates with the nation’s police on efforts to fight child sexual exploitation (CSE).
5. Imam Found Guilty of Sexually Abusing Boy in Mosque, Muslim Community Turned Against Victim
A Muslim faith leader in Nottinghamshire was found guilty of three counts of indecently assaulting a young teen boy in the mosque where he preached and taught children the Quran.
Mohammed Rabani, 61, was found guilty at Nottingham Crown Court on Wednesday of the historic abuse which took place between 1990 and 1992 when the victim was aged between 12 and 13 years old, reports the BBC.
The indecent touching took place in the attic of the Sneinton mosque where Rabani had been imam for 25 years. The jury heard that the abuse began after the imam had agreed to allow the young teen to use the loft to smoke and watch movies.
The victim went to police in 2015 when he had returned to the area and asked the mosque leaders to eject Rabani from his role; instead, they removed him from preaching duties but still allowed him to teach the Quran to children.
6. Canada's Beach Jihad
Brad Hammond lives on the waterfront at Kirby’s Beach in Ontario, and he had never seen anything like it: glass shards and sewing needles had been deliberately planted at intervals along the beach, leading to the beach being closed for the first time in his memory. Another beach area, Bracebridge Bay Park, was closed as well. For the first time, but not likely the last, jihad had come to the beaches of Ontario.
There is no doubt that the glass and needles had been placed on the beach deliberately. “It was pretty much the width of the beach but it was in clumps, so you could tell it had been seeded in different areas,” Hammond said. Global News added that “Bracebridge Mayor Graydon Smith said the discovery of the needles and glass goes beyond what municipal staff would typically encounter after a spring melt.”
But who did this? Global News professed not to know, saying: “What remains unclear is who is responsible.” However, several weeks ago, Toronto-area media outlets received a letter purporting to be from a group called the Islamic Revolutionary Force, vowing to “destroy your beaches from Toronto to North Bay.”
The Rebel posted information on this attack on Ontario beaches HERE.
7. Grooming Gangs: Telford MP Says Police Ignored Child Sex Abuse Complaints by Parents
Telford MP Lucy Allan has taken police to task for ignoring large-scale child sexual exploitation by mostly Muslim grooming gangs, with abusers only having to say they did not know the victim’s age to escape justice.
Despite the age of consent across the United Kingdom being 16, men abusing significantly younger children were able to get the police off their backs simply by claiming the victims consented and that they did not know they were underage.
“All the perpetrators have to do is say, ‘The victim willingly met for sex and did not tell me her age’”, complained Allan, who has campaigned determinedly for a proper inquiry into the widely unreported abuse of around a thousand girls in her constituency, as well as tightening of the consent laws.
8. LEAKED: George Soros Funding #BlackLivesMatter
9. Venezuela - on the edge of ruin | DW Documentary
DW documentary on the state of communist Venezuela today, a country with larger oil reserves than Saudi Arabia.
10. MPs demand police investigation after Amazon is found selling jihadi recruitment material and bomb-making manual on next day delivery
Amazon is selling terrorist recruitment material and bomb-making manuals including a sadistic novel by Osama Bin Laden and jihadi books banned in British prisons, a MailOnline investigation has revealed.
The online retailer offers titles by jailed clerics and those expelled from Britain, leading to accusations that it is spreading the jihadis' message for them.
Many of the books, which have radicalised thousands of international terrorists, are available for next-day delivery. Some can be downloaded instantly as Kindle editions anywhere in the world.
The inflammatory titles are sold by third parties using Amazon's platform, allowing them global reach and lending them an aura of legitimacy.
Labour MP John Mann demanded a “full police investigation” into the online giant amid fears that the profits from these sales may be going to terror groups.