1. Interview with Julian Assange, with shocking revelations about Hillary Clinton and the funding of the Islamic State:
"This notorious, terrorist, jihadist group called ISIL, or ISIS, is created largely with money from the very people who are giving money to the Clinton Foundation"
2. Munich authorities building 13 foot wall around EMPTY migrant center to deal with "preemptive noise complaints."
A CHRISTIAN and his family have been forced to flee their home under armed guard having suffered “seven years of persecution” after converting from Islam.
Nissan Hussain, 50, who took part in a Channel 4 documentary about the mistreatment of Muslim converts, suffered a brutal assault last year by two men.
Mr Hussain suffered a smashed kneecap and a broken hand in the attack which was captured on CCTV.
The father-of-six, who converted to Christianity 20 years ago, had been planning on leaving his home town of Bradford in west Yorkshire but armed police arrived on November, 3 as Mr Hussain had already started packing the family’s possessions, and moved him to a safe place.
While not exactly a counter-jihad item, it shows the state of Canadian institutions, and shows why they are so open to the totalitarian and ultimately illiberal ideology of Islam, via fetishization of other cultures.
A new guide to support teachers in Canada with LGBTQ discussions is being attacked for suggesting staging drag shows in school and addressing students as “comrade” instead of boys and girls.
The Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA), Alberta’s teachers’ union, has released a 150-page document called “Prism Toolkit for Safe and Caring Discussions.” It aims to assist teachers in creating LGBTQ-inclusive classrooms and curricula, according to CBC news.
The toolkit recommends an activity titled “Drag 101” for cosmetology and drama students, in which local drag queens would be invited to schools to teach makeup techniques and organize drag performances for the school.
And as usual, we see that terms like "diversity" or "inclusiveness" really mean perfect Marxist uniformity, and hostility or worse to those who think for themselves.
The use of the term "comrade" tends to give that away rather bluntly.
Police in Bangladesh have arrested dozens of people following fresh violence against Hindus, a senior officer said on Sunday, after a spate of attacks prompted concerns the authorities were not doing enough to protect the country's biggest minority. Hindu homes and temples in the Brahmanbairs district of eastern Bangladesh have come under attack during the last week, after a local youth allegedly shared a Facebook post that Islamic hardliners said denigrated the Masjid al-Haram - a holy site for Muslims.
Where Muslims form a large minority, Enlightenment principles decline, including the rights and obligations of free peoples to criticize, mock and otherwise hold religious and political authority's feet to the fire.
Even Gandhi learned that, after Muslims refused to join an independent and multilateral India, and formed Pakistan instead.
The article continues:
Muslim hardliners protested and demanded action against the Hindu youth, who denies sharing the post. Police arrested the youth for hurting religious sentiment, but the arrest failed to defuse tension and quell the rioting. Abu Zafar, the officer in charge of Nasir Nagar police station in the district, told reporters that so far 53 people had been arrested on suspicion of involvement in attacks and looting from Hindu homes.
6. Ambulances full of explosives kill 21 in Iraq
“The Americans love Pepsi-Cola, we love death.” - Afghan jihadist Maulana Inyadullah.
Exploding ambulances go a long way to proving that.
7. For Freedom Denmark held a counter-demo to the annual meeting of Hizb-ut-Tahrir, the Islamic supremacist group. Their useful idiots, ANTIFA, showed up and got as kinetic as they could get with the materials at hand: Dirt, eggs, rocks and so on got thrown at Tania and the rest of For Freedom.
The police escorted her home but ANTIFA promised harsher action in the future.
8. A French film crew collected views of Moroccan youths on things like rape and Islam and women.
“We are taking this extremely seriously,” Bo Lundquist, the criminal commissioner who has established the investigation, told the local Kvällsposten newspaper.
The most recent case came on 21 October, when a 12-year-old was attacked in the city’s central Pildammspark. Police said she had been “a victim of a crime of a sexual character which is being treated as rape”.
On July 22, a 14-year-old was raped in broad daylight by a man who approached her on a bicycle and then pulled her into some bushes near a sports ground in the Husie suburb.
Sixty-three-year old Farhang Amiri, a Baha'i man that was well-known in his community, was stabbed to death outside his home in the city of Yazd, 312 miles southeast of Tehran, on September 26, 2016, the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran has learned.
"The suspects have confessed that they killed Amiri because he was an 'apostate,' and they wanted to go to heaven," a source close to the victim told the Campaign. "They said the Quran has sanctioned killing apostates, and that's what they did. Their written confessions are in the case file."
"He had a knife up to the handle in his side and another in his heart," said the source. "He also had stab wounds in other parts of his body."
The Baha'i community is one of the most severely persecuted religious minorities in Iran. The faith is not recognized in the Islamic Republic's Constitution and its members face harsh discrimination in all walks of life as well as prosecution for the public display of their faith.