1. Senior IRGC strategist: “If they deport all Muslims, we will continue to attack”
2. Teenage migrant “raped and strangled 90-year-old German woman as she left church”
A 90-year-old woman was dragged into a courtyard and violently raped by a teenager after he asked for money in a church, a court has heard.
The attacker then stole the key to her home and wrote down her address.
A Spanish-Moroccan migrant, aged 19, is accused of rape, bodily harm and theft following the attack on October 2 in Dusseldorf.
Prosecutors claim he confronted her in St Lambertus Church and shouted 'money, money!' at her.
3. Palestinian teenager rams car into crowded bus stop in Israel
Times of Israel reports no serious injuries:
The 16-year-old Palestinian driver was critically injured from the crash and IDF gunfire, according to Arab media.
She received medical treatment from the Israel Defense Forces and was taken to the hospital, MDA said.
She was identified by Arabic media as Fatemah Taqatqa from Beit Fajjar, a Palestinian town south of Bethlehem.
4. Kuwait Airways faces further legal action over refusing to fly Israeli passengers
“This plaintiff is asking for a ruling by the court that will allow every German traveler to fly on every airline operating in German airports, regardless of his/her national origin, religion, or ethnicity,” the Lawfare Project’s German counsel Nathan Gelbart said in a statement. “If Kuwait Airways wishes to operate flights from Frankfurt to Bangkok and to officially market these flights in Germany, they must either transport all passengers, including Israelis, or simply cease these flights.” […] As reported in The Algemeiner last week, Kuwait Airways is among five Middle Eastern carriers that intentionally leave Israel off their route maps.
5. Admitted Al-Qaida fighter convicted in NY terror case
While on the run, Harun later masterminded a failed plot to bomb a U.S. embassy in Nigeria, the government said. He was under the direct supervision of al-Qaida higher-ups, including some still held at Guantanamo Bay, it said.
"The defendant is a man who made terrorism his life story," Assistant U.S. Attorney Melody Wells said in closing arguments on Thursday. "He made a career out of violent jihad.”