1. Young Iranian girl beaten by government forces for not sufficiently covering her hair
A young Iranian girl is beaten in the public by the government forces for not sufficiently covering her hair with hijab. #HumanRights #Iran #21stCentury #MiddleEast #Democracy pic.twitter.com/elLb1hAwon— Dr. Majid Rafizadeh (@Dr_Rafizadeh) July 29, 2018
2. Italian police evict 450 Roma from camp, despite EU ruling halting demolition
Police in Rome on Thursday cleared nearly 400 people, including dozens of children, from a shanty camp inhabited for years by members of the minority Roma community, despite a European Union court ruling halting demolition.
Residents stood outside the camp with mattresses and other belongings piled alongside vehicles, some protesting against the move with chants of "Racists!"
The 150 inhabitants of the nomad camp of Camping River, in the northern suburbs of Rome, were evicted a day earlier than expected, due to health problems.
3. “They Spit When I Walked in the Street”: The “New Anti-Semitism” in France
PARIS — The solemn boulevards and quiet side streets of the 17th Arrondissement in Paris suggest Jewish life in France is vibrant: There is a new profusion of kosher groceries and restaurants, and about 15 synagogues, up from only a handful two decades ago.
But for residents like Joanna Galilli, this area in northwestern Paris represents a tactical retreat. It has become a haven for many Jews who say they have faced harassment in areas with growing Muslim populations. Ms. Galilli, 28, moved to the neighborhood this year from a Parisian suburb where “anti-Semitism is pretty high,” she said, “and you feel it enormously.”
“They spit when I walked in the street,” she said, describing reactions when she wore a Star of David.
4. Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Warns EU is Trying to “Swindle” Britain, Negotiating with “No Good Faith”
Italy’s new Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini has made a shock intervention in the Brexit negotiations, warning the British that there is “no good faith” on the EU’s side.
The political firebrand, who leads one half of Italy’s new populist coalition government, warned Theresa May that “There is no objectivity or good faith from the European side” of the negotiations, and that repeatedly giving in to EU demands would not improve matters.
“My experience in the European Parliament tells me you either impose yourself or they swindle you,” he advised.
The Remain-supporting Prime Minister has already agreed to pay out at least £39 billion in exit fees to the EU and offered to submit to a so-called “common rulebook” based on EU law and effectively adjudicated by the EU court, causing her Brexit Secretary and Foreign Secretary to resign in protest — but Brussels is still demanding more, without having appeared to make any concessions of its own.
5. UK: “National Disgrace” – UK Home Office Rejects Syrian Christians, Refugee Intake 100 Percent Muslim
The British government has admitted that no Christians were taken among the Syrian refugees flown into Britain recently, with the Home Office rejected the handful of non-Muslims selected for resettlement by the United Nations.
Despite the persecution of Christians at the hands of Islamic extremists in Syria having been declared genocide by the U.S., the European Union (EU) and even British MPs themselves in a 2016 parliamentary vote, the 1,112 Syrians that Britain resettled in the first three months of 2018 consisted only of Muslims.
The Barnabas Fund, an aid agency which supports Christians persecuted for their faith, obtained the figures via Freedom of Information requests after “a protracted tussle with the Home Office”, The Sunday Times reports.
According to the data, 1,226 (90 percent) of the 1,358 individuals recommended by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for resettlement in the United Kingdom during the first three months of this year were Sunni Muslims, who comprise around 65 per cent of Syrians.
6. France: Migrants Arrested After Middle-Aged Woman Gang-raped on World Cup Night
Four migrant men have been arrested after a middle-aged woman was gang-raped on the night of France’s World Cup win.
The woman was found with a badly swollen face in the commune of Oudon in the Loire-Atlantique department the following morning, Ouest France reports.
Locals were horrified by the crime, and an atmosphere of mistrust is said to have settled on Oudon, with some female residents telling journalists they are now afraid to go jogging in the evening.
7. Trump to I.C.E. agents: “You are the heroes who protect the lives of our citizens, the safety of our communities and the sovereignty of our great nation”
In his weekly address on July 27, 2018, President Trump took a moment to thank I.C.E. agents for the work they do every day and reminded the American people that the agency was created in the wake of 9/11 based on critical lessons learned from the worst terrorist attack on American soil in history.
8. Sargon of Akkad Video: Western Sharia Police
Police forces across the Western world protect Islam over the rights of Western citizens. This cannot continue, Muslims must learn to accept criticism of Islam.
9. Ontario's Lisa MacLeod At Citizenship & Immigration Committee
Lisa MacLeod, Ontario Minister responsible for immigration speaks about the pressure put on the province as a result of the influx of illegal border crossers and on behalf of Ontario insists the Federal Government pay for it's own failed policies. July 24, 2018
10. Video: What is wrong with Sweden?
Swedish independent journalist, Nina Drakfors, reads a speech she gave in Denmark explaining the mistakes made in Sweden that have led to an alarming uptick in violent rape, murders and crime, and how the failure of politicians, police and media, are making things steadily worse.