1. Man in Australia behind car-jihad explains Islamic motivation
He said, "Your Honour, I wanted to tell you something", and later spoke about the Bible and the Koran, yelling, "Aboriginal law is identical to Muslim law".
His lawyer spoke over the top of him, warning him that members of the media were in court […] Gargasoulas then said: "All the law is illegal."
Later, he said: "Your Honour, did you know the Muslim faith is the correct faith according to the whole world? And I am not guilty.”
2. Brazilian leftists, Muslims close to making Brazil border free
This story has many components. First, an English article describing the stunningly Marxist coalition bent on ending Brazil as a real polity.
Refugees and immigrants gathered in the Palestinian Cultural Space Al Janiah, center of Sao Paulo, to formed an unprecedented joint effort with the aim of sharing stories and initiating a collective that can address the demands of the community of these groups in Brazil.}
The article continues to explain that various leftist and immigrant groups are seeking to change the laws to allow all people the same rights to vote and protest and effect social change as actual citizens of Brazil, so that in effect, there is no citizenship at all.
“What we are trying to do, along with other organizations that fight for the rights of immigrants, is to demand political rights. Despite the constitutional vetoes the voting, there are many other political rights to which everybody should be entitled to, and we have to fight in order to guarantee that possibility”, concluded Lucia.
Add to that the negotiations by some European nations to send Muslim migrants to Brazil (Via Google Translate)
The United Kingdom said on Friday it would pay for refugees to leave Europe and settle in Latin America and Asia. The proposal was presented by the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, during the European summit in Malta. The State learned from UN refugee services sources that Brazil would be one of the countries chosen to resettle some of those refugees.
The British would be willing to put 30 million pounds sterling into a fund to promote the relocation of these refugees to other regions, as well as aid those who are in makeshift camps at the doors of the block, unable to enter.
3. Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Trump, calls Fresno killer a jihadist
4. Egypt: Sinai Monastery Attack Kills One, Injures Four
An attack on security forces near Egypt’s St Catherine’s Monastery in south Sinai has killed at least one person and injured four, state television said on Tuesday.
Security sources said it was carried out by gunmen on a police checkpoint several hundred meters from the church entrance. No group claimed responsibility.
The attack comes just over a week after two bombings on Egyptian churches during Palm Sunday services, claimed by terror group ISIS, killed 45 people. Pope Francis is to visit Egypt at the end of April.
5. Egypt: Mahmoud Mohamed Ali Hussein turns himself in for Palm Sunday Coptic church bombing
A man suspected in one of the two Palm Sunday bombings of Coptic Christian churches in northern Egypt has turned himself in to authorities.
Mahmoud Mohamed Ali Hussein is believed to have played a role in the bombing of St. George Church in the city of Tanta that killed 27 and injured 78, according to Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram.
He turned himself in at a prosecutor’s office in the Qena governorate where most of the suspects are believed to be from.
Authorities said they have arrested 13 members of a terrorist cell that was plotting attacks against more churches in the country, according to the newspaper.
A second explosion – which Egypt’s Interior Ministry says was caused by a suicide bomber who tried to storm St. Mark's Cathedral in the coastal city of Alexandria -- left at least 17 dead, and 48 injured. The attack came just after Pope Tawadros II -- leader of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria -- had concluded liturgical services. The cleric was unharmed.