1. UK police tell man to remove material critical of Islam
Robert Spencer at JihadWatch compares this material (which was factual and non-threatening) to the inspirational material viewed by the Westminster jihadi — and which Youtube refuses to remove.
The officers themselves were polite and reasonable enough, however their message was somewhat chilling: it was insinuated that if I continued to post material which could be considered critical of Islam or offensive to the practices of Muslims, I could potentially be arrested for ‘hate crimes.’
Equally chilling was that I have no idea how they obtained my personal information and they weren’t willing to disclose this information during their visit.
2. VIDEO: Holidaymakers stunned as migrant boat lands on beach in south of Spain
THIS is the moment a boatload of migrants disembarked on a packed Spanish beach and ran up the sand past stunned holidaymakers. Around 30 men were filmed sprinting away from the inflatable Zodiac dinghy after crossing undetected from Morocco to Europe.
The men reached a stretch of sand called Germans Beach, near the southern Spanish resort of Tarifa at around 2pm on Wednesday afternoon as sun seekers enjoyed one of the hottest days of the summer so far this year.
Police claimed they were powerless to stop the beach drop, in Playa de los Alemanes, as a lack of resources meant only one officer was in the area at the time.
In the footage, the men can be seen running up the beech as confused tourists look on.
3. Hungarian TV mocks Austria, specifically Vienna, for submitting to its own extinction
4. Iran arrests six for teaching Zumba exercise to children
Iran has arrested six people for teaching Zumba classes to children, accusing them of trying to "change lifestyles" in the Islamic Republic.
The group of four men and two women were charged over their dancing and for not adhering to the country's strict hijab dress code.
“The members of a network teaching and filming Western dances have been identified and arrested," said Hamid Damghani, an official with the Revolutionary Guards.
He said the Latin American fitness classes had been mixed and videos of their practices were published on social media.
Meanwhile, Danish TV celebrates the wonderful dress codes of Iran, and complains about the drab uniformity of Danish women’s clothing:
5. Turkey building “security” wall on Iran border
Turkey has begun building a “security wall” along part of its border with Iran, regional officials said Tuesday, in a move aimed at stopping Kurdish separatists.
Pictures showing huge concrete blocks being moved into place were published on the governor’s website for the eastern Agri province.
Turkish authorities announced construction of a 144-kilometer (80-mile) long barrier in May as a means of blocking cross-border movements by members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). The entire Turkish-Iranian frontier is around 500 kilometers long.