1. Tommy Robinson: The Establishment want to send me to Prison again on Thursday!
NB: Ezra will be there on Thursday at the Old Bailey to cover the trial to address Tommy’s concern that the mainstream media won’t tell the truth.
2. Political bias at google further revealed by Tucker Carlson:
3. AfD MPs walk out of German Parliament after stream of insults from SPD MP Johannes Kahrs
4. Asked about migrant surge, Bill Blair says “overwhelming majority of those people have left”
Border Security Minister Bill Blair says most of the people who arrived in a surge of migrants last year have left.
In an interview with The West Block’s Mercedes Stephenson, Blair was asked about how the government has been working to deal with the surge of more than 32,000 migrants who have walked across the border over the last year and a half to make asylum claims in Canada.
CPC MP Michelle Rempel Tweets in response:
Thanks for the new definition of “overwhelming majority”, Chief Wiggum. 🙄 https://t.co/6ABDw7ksvw— Michelle Rempel (@MichelleRempel) September 23, 2018
5. Egypt court sentences Muslim Brotherhood leader to life
An Egyptian criminal court sentenced the chief of the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood group and dozens of others to life in prison on Sunday on charges of incitement of murder and violence during protests five years ago, a judicial source said.
The sentence is the latest among a series of trials and re-trials against the Supreme Guide of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Mohamed Badie and other senior leaders of the Islamist group that ruled Egypt before Islamist president Mohamed Morsi was ousted following massive protests.
The court sentenced 64 others alongside Badei to life terms.
The case, which involves hundreds of defendants, dates back to violence in August 2013 that followed the dispersal of a sit-in by supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, which left hundreds of Brotherhood members and dozens of police dead. The defendants are accused of assaulting a police station in the southern governorate of Minya and killing a policeman.
6. Baghdadi Reportedly Reached Afghanistan Via Iran
The leader of ISIS terrorist group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has reached eastern Afghanistan via Iran, Pakistani security and other extremist group sources said.
Baghdadi arrived in Nangarhar Province after crossing Iranian territories in eastern Iran’s Zahedan city, said the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
According to the sources, ISIS manages a location to host its fighters in Zahedan in cooperation with the Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
News of Baghdadi’s arrival in Afghanistan comes as the US-backed Kurdish-Arab alliance launched Operation Roundup last week, the third phase of a year-old operation to clear southeastern Syria of its last ISIS holdouts, in an area around the Euphrates extending around 50 kilometers into Syria.
7. “Birmingham pharmacist” held as Islamic State suspect in Syria | ITV News
A Briton who claims to be a pharmacist from Birmingham has been detained in Syria on suspicion of being a member of Islamic State.
The man, who says his name is Anwar Miah, is said to have been apprehended by Kurdish forces a month ago near Hajin in Deir ez-Zur, a province on the Iraq border.
Footage showing him being questioned by his captors has now emerged on social media.
8. Intervenor explains why OSCE’s commitment to fighting discrimination without defining it is “absolutely bonkers”
Canadian delegate proves intervenors point with three minutes of platitudes about “inclusive” policies:
9. Panama says it will revoke flag from migrant rescue ship
Panama announced on Saturday it will revoke its flag from the migrant rescue ship Aquarius due to “non-respect” of “international legal procedures” relating to the rescue of migrants in the Mediterranean.
Aquarius spent 19 days docked in the French port of Marseille after Gibraltar revoked its flag last month, and the ship only set sail again days ago once the process to acquire Panamanian recognition was completed.
But Panamanian authorities issued a statement on Saturday saying “an official revocation procedure” had been launched following a complaint by Italian authorities that Aquarius's captain had “refused to return migrants and refugees back to their point of origin.”
Aquarius picked up 11 migrants off the coast of Libya on Thursday but refused to take them back to the North African country and instead went in search of an alternative port.
The vessel, which has been operated by charities SOS Mediterranee and Doctors Without Borders since 2016, had asked Italy, Malta and Tunisia if they could help.
10. Maldives police remove “anti-Islamic idols” in luxury resort raid
Male, Maldives - Guests on a five-star honeymoon resort in the Maldives caught a rare glimpse of the decades-long political and religious tensions rocking this island nation when policemen - armed with axes, concrete saws and ropes - stormed the Fairmont Maldives to destroy model human figures that had been deemed un-Islamic.
The unprecedented raid on Friday came as President Abdulla Yameen railed against what he said was a plot by the "Western-backed opposition" to undermine Islam in the Maldives in advance of a highly charged election on Sunday.
Standing in a tropical storm on the tarmac in a half-completed airport in the northern Maldives, Yameen lambasted his opponents for promoting “Western standards” that “are intolerable to our society and values.”