1. Amateur boat watcher describes movement of Russian military equipment North towards Syria
(Amazing how much more efficient it is when you just don’t bother with the UN and all those other bureaucratic and mostly corrupt institutions to get stuff done)
2. Ottawa Canada’s culture is now truly enriched
4. More enrichment for Ottawa on the Airport Parkway
(The drive to the airport used to be quite dull. I can see why people desire this near Safari like feel to it now)
(As we have abandoned rule of law and moved to the illusion of good government and media and governmental misdirection and manipulation, perhaps instead of fixing the problem in 10 minutes with the police, they could instead put up a sign on the parkway that says something like: ‘Please do not feed the muslims and keep your windows all the way up. No drawings of mohamed should be in the car at any time’)
Eight Afghan men between 15 and 20 years old have been arrested after a Turkish man was stabbed to death in an Austrian park last week.
The murder was the consequence of a brawl between a group of young Afghans and a Turkish man near Salzburg station on 21 September, reportsThe Local. The father of the young Turk became a stabbing victim having asked the Afghans to meet him in the city’s Lehener Park the following day.
A gang of at least ten Afghan men reportedly showed up, carrying knives and bottles. On the other side, according to deputy head of the State Criminal Investigation team Karl-Heinz Pracher, was an unarmed group of four Turkish men and one Austrian-Kosovan.
One man believed to have been in his 40s was taken to hospital with smoke inhalation but others attending the mosque were unhurt. On Sunday, 27 September, two males – aged 14 and 16 – were arrested on suspicion of arson, the youngest of whom was bailed pending further enquiries to a date in early January while the other was released and will face no further action.
The building was completed in 2003 and is estimated to have cost £5.5m ($8.4m)to build and the mosque can accommodate 10,500 worshippers. A Met Police statement ruled out the fire was started as part of a hate crime. “While enquiries into the circumstances continue, there is nothing to suggest at this stage that this is a hate crime,” it read. Anyone with information can contact police via 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
(Meaning it was muslims who did it)
8. Rockets fired into Ashdod now in Israel
UNITED NATIONS — Hungary’s foreign minister on Tuesday rejected criticism of his country’s handling of migrants fleeing to Europe from war zones and said the decision to build fences on its borders was not done “for fun,” but to protect the European Union.
Thousands of refugees cross the border daily to Hungary, a landlocked country of 10 million and an eastern outpost of Europe’s passport-free Schengen zone, and hope to travel on to Germany or northern Europe.
“This is not a refugee crisis or a migrant crisis, it’s a mass popular movement with an unlimited supply of people,” Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told reporters at the United Nations on the sidelines of the annual gathering of world leaders.
Pakistan’s Christians should take measures to prepare against a coming wave of attacks by Islamic State (ISIS), the country’s military has warned. They have been contacting churches, individuals, and Christian organisations in the country to inform them that jihadists may attack imminently.
ISIS affiliated groups within Pakistan have already made their intentions clear, publicly announcing that they will start to attack “infidels” within the country. At the same time, the military has begun purging ISIS sympathisers from within its ranks, and contacting Christian groups to