1. "Lone wolves rise up": ISIS calls on jihadis to attack US and Europe in revenge for Mosul
“ISLAMIC State (ISIS) has made a desperate online plea to its band of brainwashed followers to carry out more lone-wolf attacks as the barbarians are battered in Mosul. […]
A vile campaign has started urging people to go out on the streets of Europe to kill men, women and children.
A video, posted through ISIS channels, features a fresh-faced boy, who appears to be a young teenager, dresses all in black and calls for attacks.
An earlier “booklet” being circulated gives advice on attacks. Homemade bombs and weapons are featured in the pamphlet which Express.co.uk has decided not to re-publish.
It features diagrams on how to assemble a deadly weapon.
2. Muslim organizations go into damage control mode after Linda Sarsour's "jihad" remarks
Expert Stephen Coughlin on jihad and insurgency:
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5. Young British Pakistani women prepared to marry their COUSINS to keep their families happy, but risk giving birth to disabled children
It may be controversial but it is legal to marry your cousin in the UK.
And for British Pakistanis the practise is common with an estimated 55 percent of them doing so.
For some Muslim girls it is an arrangement they agree to in order to keep their families happy, as Bradford-born Hiba Maroof discovered in BBC Three documentary 'Should I Marry My Cousin'.
The 18-year-old is faced with the dilemma of whether she should follow family tradition and marry a cousin or tie the knot with a man of her own choice.
Science Direct on diseases of consanguinity or inbreeding:
Consanguineous marriage attracts considerable attention as a causative factor in the prevalence of genetic disorders. (...)
Consanguinity is widely practiced in countries of Asia and Africa especially in societies where Islam prevails while its prevalence is low in Western countries. It also has high rates in Arab countries.