1. Danish comic mocks Sweden’s extreme political correctness
2. Italian news report on the growing threat of Islamic terror
3. Officials: YouTube shooter identified as user Nasim Aghdam
ABC7 News sources confirm the YouTube shooter was a user of the platform. Nasim Aghdam has a website with an alleged manifesto that targets YouTube for censorship and demonetization of her video content.
Aghdam is said to have no relationship with anyone in the YouTube facility.
Sources say Aghdam did not have an ID badge, but was carrying a purse, and that nobody in the facility knew who she was.
According to her website, a possible motivation for the shooting could have been tied to her many YouTube accounts, which she says have seen a decline in viewership over the past few months. [...]
Aghdam's website shows screenshots of her “reduced” and “suppressed” videos. She referred to a specific video that appeared to be an instructional video for a workout saying, “This video got age-restricted after new, close-minded YouTube employees got control of my farsi YouTube channel last year, 2016, and began filtering my videos to reduce views and suppress and discourage me from making my videos!”
Facebook video of the shooter accusing YouTube of discriminating against her videos.
4. Uber driver “grabbed drunk customer, 27, on her doorstep as she looked for her keys then carried her back to his car and raped her on the back seat”
An Uber driver is accused of grabbing a customer from her doorstep and raping her on the back seat of his cab, a court heard.
Muhammad Durrani, 38, allegedly attacked the 27 year-old woman after picking her up outside a live music club in Clapham, south London, jurors heard.
When they arrived at her home he got out and followed her before lifting her up in his arms and carrying her back to his Toyota, it is claimed. [...]
She told police in interview: “I was obviously very very drunk, and he was the sober driver who picked me up and took me to the back of his car without my wanting him to.
“He picked me up, he carried me to his car, I ended up in the back of his car and he performed a sex act and I didn’t remember ever giving any formal consent for that.”
5. Anti-Mass Migration Sweden Democrats Polling First Among Young Voters
The populist anti-mass migration Sweden Democrats (SD) are now the number one party for Swedes aged 18 to 34, according to a newly released poll following a populist voting trend among young people across Europe.
The poll by YouGov has shown that the Sweden Democrats is now the most popular party with Swedes aged 18 to 34 at 19 per cent, just ahead of the Moderate Party at 18 per cent.
The polls follow similar trends in countries like Italy where the majority of first-time 18-year-old voters marked their ballots for populist, anti-establishment parties.
In other age groups, the anti-mass migration party also performed well, including the over 55 age bracket in which the party polled at 24 per cent, behind the ruling Social Democrats.
6. Study: Foreign Background Children Responsible for Rise in German Youth Violence
Violence among young people is on the rise across Germany and according to a study by the German Ministry of Family Affairs, foreign background children are behind the increase.
Schools in Germany, especially in the capital of Berlin, have seen a recent surge in violence among young students including targeted anti-Semitic attacks.
Heinz-Peter Meidinger, President of the German Teachers’ Association, has blamed mass migration for the rise in violence and anti-Semitism, Neue Zürcher Zeitung reports.
The Ministry of Family Affairs study, which looked at police data in Bavaria, Berlin, and North Rhine-Westphalia, claimed that there had been a rise in school violence between 2015 and 2016 linking the escalation to mass migration.
7. Egyptian Omar AbdulKafi confirmed keynote speaker at Niagara Muslim Family conference
The Muslim Family conference will take place on April 14, 2018 at Scotiabank Convention Centre 6815 Stanley Ave, Niagara Falls, Ontario. [...]
The keynote speaker is Egyptian Sh. Omar AbdulKafi. On March 31, 2018 the organizers posted the following:
“Our Keynote speaker will be Sh. Omar AbdulKafi! Omar Abd al-Kafi (Arabic: عمر عبد الكافي) (born 1951) is an Egyptian writer, professor, Islamic theologian, and manager of (Dubai International Holy Quran Award Islamic Studies Center). He is famous in the Arab world. He wrote many Islamic books, he also made more than 3000 sound lectures and hundreds of TV lectures since the 1970s.”
The following are excerpts from Sh. Omar AbdulKafi posts on Facebook (originally in Arabic):
July 21, 2017 – “O Allah, the Jews have gone astray and therefore show us the wonders of Your might and ability inflicted upon them.”
November 20, 2016 – “O Allah, liberate Al Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews the aggressors.”
December 11, 2017 – “O Allah, we complain to you about the Jews, as they can not escape you, O the mighty of the heavens and the earth. O Allah, count their number; slay them one by one and spare not one of them… Liberate Al Aqsa Mosque from the filth of Jews the aggressors…”
October 10, 2015 – “O Allah, give them victory over the Jews the aggressors… O Allah, let them hit their targets and show us actions against the Jews that will satisfy our breasts [meaning make us content].”
September 19, 2015 – “O Allah, our people in Gaza are oppressed, so help them, and anguished, so bring them relief. O Allah, humiliate the Jews everywhere, destroy them with their plans and kill them with their weapons.”
September 13, 2015 – Al-Aqsa Mosque. “Allah is sufficient for me, Most Excellent is He in whom I trust. O Allah, give victory (support) to the third holiest site [in Islam, meaning Al-Aqsa Mosque] and the first qibla in [Islam, meaning Al-Aqsa Mosque]. O Allah, destroy the Zionists. O Allah, protect our people in Palestine. O Allah, take revenge of the Jews and their assistants. O Allah, we ask you to give us victory soon…”
VIDEO featuring clips from ranking Islamic leaders in Canada and the USA.
8. US adds Pakistan party to terror list, calling it a front
The United States has placed a small Pakistani political party on its list of foreign terrorist groups, calling it a front for the militants behind the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
The U.S. State Department said Tuesday that the Milli Muslim League is a front for Lashkar-e-Taiba, a militant group founded by Hafiz Saeed, a Muslim cleric who lives freely in Pakistan and often addresses anti-India rallies. The U.S. has offered a $10 million reward for his capture, and the U.S. and U.N. consider Lashkar-e-Taiba a terrorist group.
Saeed has denied responsibility for the Mumbai attacks, which killed 168 people, and Pakistan says there is not enough evidence to arrest him.
9. ISIS & Al-Qaeda may merge and produce chemical weapons – FSB chief
The two terrorist organizations may merge into a new network, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) warns. If so, the terrorist groups may gain access to chemical weapon technology.
Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) and Al-Qaeda can reunite into one terrorist network, the FSB’s director and head of the National Anti-Terrorist Committee, Aleksandr Bortnikov, said on Wednesday. This new group would have cells across the globe and would be able to produce chemical weapons.
“Such [an] organization would have sleeper and active cells in many countries around the world with considerable experience of conducting military and subversive actions in field and city conditions, technologies and infrastructure to produce real rather than fake chemical weapons.”
The grim warning was issued at the 7th Moscow Conference on International Security.
The danger from ISIS, which once held vast parts of Iraq and Syria, should still not be underestimated, as half of the more than 1,600 terrorist attacks around the world annually are linked to the group, he added. The attacks have resulted in more than 150,000 casualties since the rise of the terrorist group in 2014, and more than 33,000 people were killed or injured in just the past year.
10. Israeli man beaten to death in Russia in suspected anti-Semitic attack
Mikhail Verevskoy, 27, succumbs five days after he was assaulted outside his St. Petersburg apartment building; his wife is about to give birth.
A Russian-born Israeli man died Monday night of severe injuries he sustained after being attacked on a St. Petersburg street several days ago in what authorities are investigating as a suspected anti-Semitic attack.
The Russian-language outlet Fontanka reported Tuesday that Mikhail Verevskoy, 27, had suffered traumatic brain injuries and fractured ribs and facial bones, as well as internal injuries.
The Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs said a suspect, Ahmed Kharsha, 36, was arrested and released on bail. Kharsha was forbidden from leaving the city. Russian authorities investigating the attack have not ruled out an anti-Semitic motive, the report said.