1. Turkish Syrian border
2. Trucks ablaze after strikes on Syria-Turkey border
A poll published in The Sun newspaper showing 20 percent of British Muslims have “sympathy” with those who leave the United Kingdom to fight in Syria has received a record number of complaints.
The British tabloid ran with the Monday morning headline “1 in 5 British Muslims have sympathy for jihadis, poll reveals.”
The figure stems from a UK company Survation poll showing 5.3 percent of British Muslims have “a lot of sympathy” with young Muslims who go to fight in Syria while 14.5 percent said they had “some sympathy.
The Sun weathered a massive backlash both on Twitter under the hashtag #1in5Muslims and from other media outlets for the poll’s findings
(Praise allah and pass the American made ammunition)
(Video interview at site which is dull but if you add in all you likely know from sites like this one, information can be extracted via interpolation. My guess is that the threat now in Belgium is aimed at Jewish stores and shopping malls)
Belgium’s foreign minister tells ABC News that the country’s primary concern right now is to find about 10 individuals whom Belgium authorities believe could launch a Paris-like attack with “heavy weapons” and “suicide bombs.”
Foreign Minister Didier Reynders said the “heavy weapons” might be Kalashnikovs or “maybe more than that.”
He also said intelligence seems to indicate that commercial centers and shopping malls are targets — not schools or metros.
“The most important threat is on some shops and some shopping centers…more shopping centers and other kinds of commercial activities,” he said. Schools and subways in Brussels are currently closed but are set to reopen Wednesday.
Reynders said officials have received a tremendous number of tips about suspected attacker and fugitive Salah Abdeslam, who authorities said fled the scene in Paris and returned to his hometown in the Brussels area the morning after the shooting. But Reynders said he is confident Abdeslam will be captured.
6. I think fuel trucks coming from the Islamic State possibly to Turkey have been hit by Russia? Not sure.
(Google translate reads this: “Izaz first moments warplanes to target the Russian freight cars to a garage in the city” Un hunh)
(If the population of religious muslims, aka ‘mustards’, is high enough and concentrated enough the first time a cop tries to write a ticket or force payment for this new act it will result in Switzerland’s first mass car burning, rioting, dead police and burned police stations as that is how muslims everywhere manage to make sure similar laws elsewhere are only to keep the kafir calm while they are being branded and made ready for slaughter)
Women who wear full face veils in public in a Swiss state could be fined up to £6,500 under new rules imposed by the local government.
Females muslims will be banned from wearing the burqa in shops, restaurants or public buildings in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino.
The local government in the southern Swiss state approved the ban after a referendum in September 2013 saw two in three voters backing the move.
According to the Local, the Ticino government had wanted to ban burqas and niqabs as well as masks worn by demonstrators and balaclavas.
However, MPs voted for a law that only applies to veils worn by some Muslim women and makes no exceptions for tourists visiting the area.
The minimum fine is 100 francs (£65) and women can be given a penalty of up to 10,000 francs (£6,500).
Poland’s new Prime Minister says her country will refuse to take in 4,500 refugees as part of an EU quota blaming the Paris terror attacks.
Beata Szydlo said her government was not prepared to accept the quota system, saying the massacres in the French capital had ‘changed the situation.’
Hundreds of thousands of people have reached Europe as Syrian refugees in recent months, including at least one using a passport found at the scene of one of the Paris attacks.
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo, who says her country will refuse to take in 4,500 refugees in wake of Paris terror attacks. She spoke without the EU flag flying in the background
The man is thought to have travelled into Europe with another, who blew himself up near the Stade de France.
Poland’s previous centre-right pro-EU government backed the deal to take in 4,500 refugees in September.
European countries cannot accept so many refugees, the French prime minister has been quoted as saying.
Manuel Valls told journalists if stricter controls were not imposed on the EU’s external borders, then people would say “enough of Europe”.
Europe’s border controls have come under renewed scrutiny since the attacks in Paris on 13 November.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel met Mr Valls and President Francois Hollande in Paris on Wednesday evening.
Many of the hundreds of thousands of migrants and refugees who have entered the EU since August have headed through the Western Balkans to Germany, which expects around one million asylum applications this year alone.
(And frankly, it would take more evidence to prove them wrong at this stage than prove them right I think)