1. European Court of Human Rights renders verdict on mass slaughter of children by Muslims in Beslan
And the verdict is:
The Russians are guilty.
In the siege, Chechen rebels took more than 1,000 hostages, mostly children. The operation by Russian forces to end it used disproportionate force, the court added.
It also said that officials knew an attack was imminent but did not act. […]
The tense siege ended suddenly on the third day with two deadly explosions and intense gunfire. Witnesses described the operation by Russian security forces as chaotic, saying that the troops used excessive force and heavy weapons.
Nowhere in the EU report does it mention Islam, Islamism, or terrorism. The only blame is levied on the Russians, the victim of this horrifying attack.
2. France: Gasoline bomb hits Le Pen's Paris campaign office
Paris police say a gasoline bomb hit the building housing French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen's campaign headquarters, causing a small fire.
The Paris fire department says no one was injured in the incident overnight Thursday and the blaze was quickly extinguished. The device hit an insurance office on the ground floor where Le Pen's campaign is based.
3. Pakistan: Angry mob lynches student for alleged blasphemy
A 23-year-old student of Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan was killed and another seriously injured by a vigilante mob for allegedly "publishing blasphemous content online", local police said Thursday. […]No case had been filed against the two students prior to the incident and police had not been investigating the two on blasphemy charges.
The mob instead seems to have been incited by rumours circulating among the university's student body.
WARNING — Disturbing video of the application of sharia law for alleged blasphemy:
4. Thanks to Trudeau’s Liberal government, new people wishing to hold Canadian citizenship no longer will have to speak English or French, or have to pass any sort of test on Canada’s laws and culture
This week the Senate will continue debating a bill that weakens Canadian citizenship on several fronts. These measures, as is, are unacceptable to most Canadians.
Bill C-6, which proposes changes to the Citizenship Act does a number of troubling things:
- removes the right to revoke citizenships from dual nationals convicted terrorists;
- ends the obligation for new citizens 14-18 and 55-65 to know either English or French or even pass a citizenship test;
- reduces the number of days someone must spend in Canada before they are eligible for citizenship;
- eliminates the obligation that a new citizen will have to “intend” to reside in Canada.
5. Canada’s policy of zero tolerance of incitement to genocide called into question by the Canadian funded UNRWA school’s failure to fire teachers encouraging the killing of Jews, praising of Hitler
OTTAWA– Teachers and other employees of the U.N.’s Palestinian relief agency, according to a new UN Watch report presented today at the Canadian Parliament, are holding rallies to support the wave of Palestinian stabbings of Israelis, posting pictures and quotes of Adolf Hitler, glorifying Hamas terrorists, and instructing students to erase Israel from the map — and the Canadian government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau needs to take promised action and ensure perpetrators are fired.
“Despite our prior identification of UNRWA teachers who endorse Hitler and call for killing Jews,” said Hillel Neuer, executive director of the Geneva-based UN Watch, “I am not aware of a single UNRWA teacher who has been fired as a result, calling into question Canada’s claim, when it announced its $25 million funding decision in November, that UNRWA has a policy of ‘zero tolerance.'”
The Trudeau government promised that its funding would be accompanied by “enhanced due diligence,” including a “very robust oversight and reporting framework.”