Ticino has become the first Swiss canton to approve a ban on face-covering headgear in public places, following a vote on Sunday. It will now be up to the federal parliament to accept the change to Ticino’s constitution.
The insurgents suspected to be from Islamist extremist group Boko Haram also burned scores of homes and buildings in the assault and left corpses littering the roadside.
3. Tarek Fatah explains his desire to ban the burka Western-world wide. He makes some good points.
4. Top rated comment at Mail Online article on the Kenyan mall massacre:
“It baffles me how this tiny minority of extremist get around the world so fast, possibly they have access to secret wormhole technology or even a more far fetched idea that perhaps the government has slightly underestimated their global numbers due politicians having their heads buried in hot sand and other dark places for so long.”
And so, despite warnings that Bashir Gaashaan was a flight risk who posed a danger to the public, Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board let him go — a freedom that lasted exactly one year and eight months.
7. Turn of the century (1900s) theater in Bristol, a hippie haven in fact known as Stokes Croft, has an application in to planning council to make it into a mosque. My prediction for the structure should it proceed? Well, what does this building look like it can do? Here is some unrelated footage of riots in this area from 2011. But it does give an idea of the values and attitudes of the leftists in this area. They may be in for a rude awakening.
Thank you M, GB,