1. La Meute members explain why they demonstrated in Quebec City on November 25:
How the CBC represents them:
Ezra Levant and Eric Duhaime also discussed the media's coverage:
2. UK Security Services Foil Jihadist Terror Plot
Counter-terror officials believe a serious, well-advanced Islamic extremist terror plot against the UK has been foiled after two alleged jihadists were arrested.
The plot is thought to have been inspired by the Islamic State group, with attacks planned in the capital London and the UK’s second city Birmingham.
The young suspects, aged 20 and 21, were held on Wednesday night 'on suspicion of being involved in the commission, preparation and instigation of terrorism', a statement from the Metropolitan force revealed.”
The article gives no indication of whether or not the arrests are connected to the car that caught fire near a Christmas fair in London yesterday.
3. Pakistan: Three men in burqas go on killing spree in agricultural college
From the RT Youtube page:
Three gunmen shot dead at least nine people after entering an agricultural college in Peshawar on Friday. At least 36 people are believed to also have been injured in the attack.
Gunmen dressed in burkas entered the Peshawar Agriculture Training Institute by rickshaw before opening fire. Police have now killed all three gunmen.
Military re-enforcement and police officers cordoned off the campus, as ambulances worked to bring the injured away from the scene.
A student who managed to escape the college said, "Two men in hijabs entered and started continuous firing and we - three to four students - escaped from the hostel. We crossed the hostel wall and entered the warden's home as 60 to 70 people were stranded inside. Security said three to four people are injured.'
Footage of the battle between the terrorists and Pakistani security:
The attack was timed to coincide with the birth of Islam's founder, Mohammad:
4. German police: Explosives found near Potsdam Christmas market
Police have responded to a suspicious package near a Christmas market in Potsdam, which lies on the outskirts of Berlin. Police later said that the package appeared to be an improvised explosive device (IED).
Authorities in the German city of Potsdam evacuated a Christmas market to investigate a suspicious object, Brandenburg state police said in a tweet.
'The IED-suspicion has been confirmed," Brandenburg police tweeted. "The affected area in the city center must be cleared. Please pay attention to our announcements via loudspeaker.'
The package had been delivered to a pharmacy near the market, reported the Potsdamer Neueste Nachrichten newspaper. According to police, the explosive was successfully defused after special forces from the federal police arrived on the scene.
More at UK Express.
No word if this is connected to the exploding car at the London Christmas market yesterday.
5. MEMRI video: South African imam incites Islamic world to destroy Israel