1. Taliban attack mosque in Pakistan killing 16
(It is almost like muslims know something about the nature of mosques and see them as an important target since they attack them so often)
(I easily could have lived out my life and never seen that headline and been perfectly OK with it and not felt deprived in any way)
Artist Anish Kapoor to supervise removal of anti-Jewish slogans from defaced sculpture near France’s Versailles palace
Called “Dirty Corner” but dubbed the “queen’s vagina”, the 60-meter (200-foot) long, 10-meter high funnel-like sculpture has been repeatedly vandalized since it was unveiled in the palace’s gardens in June.
When anti-Semitic graffiti was daubed on it this month, Kapoor said he wanted the “abominable words” to be left.
Bu the 61-year-old British-Indian superstar artist has had a change of mind.
The authorities who run the palace outside Paris said work will begin in the next few days “to cover up the damage, under the supervision of the artist.”
ISIS fighters and economic migrants are able to buy Syrian identity documents that allow them to hide among refugees travelling to Europe with frightening ease, an investigation by MailOnline can reveal.
Our reporter was able to buy a Syrian passport, identity card and driving licence from a fraudster in a Turkish border town this week.
The genuine documents were stolen from Syria when they were blank. The forger added our reporter’s picture and gave him the identity of a Syrian man from Aleppo killed last year.
4. Turkey: ‘Refugees’ march down motorway to cross Turkish-Greek border
(Check the sign at 1 min)
5. 4 Corners: Pay for my religion
What would happen if Angela Merkel were to appear in front of a crowd of actual germans and not a hand picked crowd of cultural Marxists and Muslims living large off the state? This might be an indicator:
My error. The video below is from 2012. zit is mot contemporary
6. In Poland it would appear that people are far more aware of the problem than they are in Western nations. In the UK they would have to turn the soccer stadium into a prison after doing something like this.
7. Gaza shoots itself in the foot, Israel likely to be blamed
Two rockets that were fired by Gaza terrorists on Tuesday night exploded on the Gaza side of the border.
Palestinian Authority-based media reported that one of the rockets exploded in the vicinity of a home, causing casualties.
The incident marks the second time in less than 24 hours that Gaza terrorists have unsuccessfully attempted to fire a rocket on Israel.
Sirens were heard on Tuesday morning, around 5:20 a.m. local time, in the Hof Ashkelon area of southern Israel, but the IDF said that the sirens were a result of a failed attempt to fire rockets from Gaza.
The latest developments as European governments rush to cope with the huge number of people moving across Europe. All times local (CET):
A Hungarian official says 40 Croatian police officers have been disarmed and registered after crossing the border without prior notice while escorting a train with 1,000 migrant into Hungary.
Gyorgy Bakondi, Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s homeland security adviser, said Friday that the train was seized and its conductor placed in police custody, while the migrants were sent to registration centers where they may request asylum.
More here from Sky News (Some good videos there as well)
9. Turkey: Police form human wall in front of throngs of people who take it badly.
Thank you Kathy, M., Wrath of Khan, Richard, M., Buck, and a long list of wonderful people who’s vigilance and concern benefit us all. More to come. The video of Stephen Coughlin speaking in Ottawa is in now, and I shall begin editing tonight. Its a huge job so I may present it in 10 minute segments again like the Red Pill Brief in Vienna. Ultimately it will be up in its entirety but I have no idea when as its hard to find time to put the few days into it it will take consecutively. Hopefully each day the time can be found to edit and upload 10 minute sections of it.