It isn't just the horrors that Islamic doctrine encourages. It's the aggressive manifest destiny, both overt and covert, which threatens all European and liberal cultures permanently.
The provocations against the Orthodox Christians in Turkey continued, as a group of Muslims unfolded a banner in front the Greek Orthodox Church in the southern province of Hatay.
According to Turkish newspaper "Daily Sabah," the banner read "We are celebrating the holy month of Ramadan in all the Islamic world."
This is a second incident in a short period following the recent provocation by the Turkish authorities to approve the recitation of the Quran in the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople and to broadcasts it on TV live for the 30 days the Ramadan lasts.
Except in this case, the media will not make any sort of objections to the rededication of one of Christendom's most important historical cathedrals as a mosque. Only the other way around.
2. Islamic State fighters burn 19 Yazidi women alive for resisting rape by Muslim slave owners.
Because nothing says "I love you" in Islam like putting you in an iron cage and setting you on fire in front of hundreds of witnesses.
I like to call those, "Islam-o-lanterns"
BRUSSELS - Young people Friday in the Brussels district of Molenbeek, a police car on fire. The perpetrators beat by the police in the windows and threw a Molotov cocktail inside, reports Het Laatste Nieuws. There were no injuries and the fire was quickly extinguished.
The car was parked in the street was arrested in March terror suspect Salah Abdeslam. Abdeslam was extradited to France, which wants to try him for the attacks in Paris last November.
Molenbeek is pretty much an all Muslim area.
Notice the term "young people," a version of the code word "youth" which French media uses to mean Muslims anywhere between 14 and 45.
Most likely administrators recognized that Islamic prayer is a political tool and stepping stone to the replacement of secular liberalism with sharia. This will be interesting to follow.
A Muslim student at SOPU Hillerød, a school for health care and pedagogical assistants in a northern Copenhagen suburb, recently went on Facebook to protest against the school’s decision to ban all praying during school hours.
She posed for a photo holding a sign that read: “New from the director. May one pray at SOPU Hillerød? The answer is NO!”
Dare one ask Lloyds of London how much insurance for that school now costs? And more importantly, why so high?
5. German news reports on the Muslim who burned down a refugee center. He didn't get his pudding you see.
The fiery blaze in the refugee home was set because of the lack of chocolate pudding. Fact is: Monday night police had to be called because a group of North Africans, lead by the fat Hamza, who started a fight with security personnel because of food – and then announced the arson.
He is a noticeable person at the edge of the large blaze. With black muscle shirt and obviously overweight, Hamza (26) stands in the shadow of a tree. Around him a group of other North africans. Conspicuously: With them are packed suitcases, as if they had known that the home was going to burn down.
And little later it becomes clear: Hamza did know. He bragged to MOPO reporters that he indeed started the fire. Soon thereafter he gets arrested by the police. Seven more members of the group as well.
Below, another video from the same station with subtitles:
Meanwhile, Ohio police name a suspect in the shooting of two people (including a sheriff's deputy) as one Mohammed Abdou Laghaoui:
The lack of coverage of important news is itself news of the highest importance. Our institutions have clearly grown senile. State broadcasters like the CBC and BBC are Orwellian "Ministries of Truth" while private news services are either onside with the new narrative or afraid of having their licenses revoked by government.