1. Hundreds protest in Sweden after police tell women to "stay inside or walk in pairs" after gang rapes of teenage girls
Hundreds took to the streets of Malmo in southern Sweden to protest after three teenage girls were brutally gang raped - and police told women to stay indoors.
The most recent incident involved a 17-year-old girl who was raped by an unknown number of assailants in a children's playground in the early hours of Saturday.
The following day, Malmo police issued a warning to local women not to go outside alone at night, and to walk in pairs or use taxis. [...] Referring to the famous gang rape of a young student in Delhi in 2012, she added; “In India the perpetrators were convicted. In Sweden they walk free.”
2. Australian police say car ramming in Melbourne was “not a lone wolf attack.”
Video of actual arrest:
3. UK: Radio station slammed by regulator after scholar urges listener to ignore advice of non-Muslim doctors
A Muslim radio station has been slammed by regulator Ofcom after an Islamic scholar told a listener to ignore the advice of non-Muslim doctors.
The scholar, described on the phone-in programme as 'the Mufti', said it was unacceptable for a diabetic to miss fasting days during Ramadan on the recommendation of a non-Muslim doctor.
Ofcom received a complaint about a show in which listeners were encouraged to seek advice from the scholar on Islam-related issues.
During the show an exchange took place with a listener seeking advice about fasting with diabetes.
4. Canada abstains in vote against the US on moving its embassy to Jerusalem
Video of the actual vote:
Live feed on statements after the vote:
Before the vote, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley explained what it may mean to the member states who vote against her.
How they voted:
5. 2017 Interview of Egyptian priest Father Csaba Böjte
The Transylvanian-Hungarian Catholic monk discusses the state of Christians and other minorities in the region, and the future of Europe with its new Islamic residents.
6. Migrant attacks security guard for asking him not to open packaging and use product in store
From German newspaper:
Excerpt of English translation:
Freudenstadt – A 21-year-old was handed a suspended sentence for battery attack in the Kaufland department store in Freudenstadt
A young man wants to try a perfume at Kaufland in Freudenstadt, and tears open the cellophane. When he is being told that this is not permitted, he completely freaks out. The result is bruises and a capsular rupture of the finger of the store detective.
Repeatedly sprayed around in the aisle
The 21-year-old had to answer for this incident on Monday at the District Court Freudenstadt.
On May 31. of this year, the accused, who was residing in Pfalzgrafenweiler at the time, was shopping at Kaufland department store in Freudenstadt.
He wanted to test a perfume in the drugstore department, opened the packaging, and sprayed several times in the aisle. First, a sales lady notified him that this is not permitted, then the store detective attended.
According to the charge, the accused then pushed the store detective against the shelf, kicked him repeatedly, and head-butted him. For the bruises and a capsular rupture in his pinkie finger, resulting from that, the store detective had to stay in hospital for two days.
Full English translation here.
7. Christine Douglass-Williams fired from Canadian Race Relations Foundation for writing for Jihad Watch
I have been terminated from the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, four months after a threatening letter by Heritage Minister Melanie Joly about my writings on Islam at Jihad Watch.
Joly made good on her threats. The Privy Council has terminated my appointment, despite my years of dedicated commitment to the Foundation, on which I also served as Chair of the Investment Committee, and as a member of the Human Resource and Executive Committees.
Why? Because I dared to criticize political Islam on Jihad Watch, and because of My Personal Warning to Icelanders, in which I warned about the deceptive works of Muslim Brotherhood operatives in their infiltration of the West. Their tactics are well documented.
8. Chinese Troops Arrive in Syria to Fight Uyghur Rebels
[...] The Night Tigers were dispatched by Beijing to fight the Uyghurs, the Muslim Chinese ethnic group fighting with the rebel forces against the Assad regime.
According to these press reports, Beijing planned to send two units from the Special Operations Forces – the 'Tigers of Siberia' and the 'Night Tigers' – to assist Assad’s regime against Chinese Uyghurs fighting with radical Muslim organizations in Syria. However, unlike the news reporting about the arrival of the 'Night Tigers,' no confirmation has been received yet on the second unit.
Video from December 4, 2017:
9. Doctors and Pro-Migrant Activists Prosecuted over Fake Medical Certificates for Asylum Seekers
Five medical doctors and four pro-migrant activists have been indicted on charges relating to the issue of fake medical certificates to asylum seekers to keep them in France.
The fake certificates are alleged to have cost French taxpayers 3.9 million euros in total.
Along with the five doctors, the presidents of two pro-migrant humanitarian organisations, as well as two more middlemen, have been brought up on charges of assisting criminals gangs, fraud, and breaches of trust, Le Figaro reports.
According to a police source, the investigators found “that this network had been raging since at least 2012 with the complicity of the chairmen of associations and middlemen, allowing foreigners from West Africa and the Maghreb in an irregular situation to stay in France by arguing they had the status of sick people”.
10. Quran teacher in Oregon arrested for "sexually abusing two girls under 14 while giving them lessons"
A Quran instructor in Oregon has been arrested for allegedly sexually abusing teenage girls.
Muhammad L. Hasan, 50, was taken into custody on Wednesday on seven counts of sex abuse after two girls under the age of 14 reported him.
The abuse allegedly started in 2016 when the girls were clients of Hasan.
Hasan operates a business called AICQ, which provides private instruction on the Quran out of a storefront office in Tigard near Portland.