(We should be grateful that this much truth still makes it into The Local. Soon all facts will be disallowed when they support real liberalism)
A hidden camera showed Abu Bilal Ismail, an imam at the mosque, teaching a class about what he says is the appropriate punishment for adultery.“If a married or divorced women engages in fornication, and she is not a virgin, she should be stoned to death,” Ismail says in the video clip.“If someone violates their marriage, either man or woman, they commit adultery and their blood is thus halal [acceptable under Muslim law, ed.] and they should be killed by stoning. If the woman is a virgin, the punishment is whipping,” he says.The clip also shows the imam advocating an “eye for an eye” policy.“If someone kills a Muslim, then they should be killed,” he says, before adding that anyone who abandons their religion should also be killed.
(For the muslim babysitter file)
(Apparently she was shouting “allah hu ackbar” for some reason. Lots more videos and info at the RT link)
4. Army of muslim invaders use battering ram to smash their way into a country that has made it extremely clear that they are not welcome.
Greek Macedonian border
(The above headline re-factualizes the situation as it actually is. The only thing missing is the uniforms, which means that the attacking army is in violation of the Geneva convention and therefore is not beneficiary to the protections it offers for legitimate combatants. The original headline is a disgusting piece of cultural-Marxist propaganda)
(One wonders if the cries of “allah hu ackbar” from the invading army suggest any kind of collective ideology or binding principle)
IDOMENI, Greece (Reuters) – Macedonian police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of migrants and refugees who stormed the border from Greece on Monday, tearing down a gate as frustrations boiled over at restrictions imposed on people moving through the Balkans.A Reuters witness said Macedonian police fired several rounds of tear gas into crowds who tore down the metal gate and onto a railway line where migrants sat refusing to move, demanding to cross into the country.There were an estimated 8,000 people gathered at Idomeni, the small frontier community on Greece’s border with Macedonia. Most were Syrians and Iraqis.Earlier on Monday, a crush had developed along the frontier after rumors spread that Macedonian authorities had opened the border after several hours of it remaining sealed shut.