German authorities are investigating nine Muslim extremists on suspicion they planned to kill two people over disagreements in their interpretation of Islam.
Prosecutors in Bremen say 10 premises in the northern German city were searched early Tuesday following tips about the planned crimes. Some 200 police officers were involved in the morning raids.
(I bet they all agree that you should kill people who disagree on interpretation of Islam. And bet many non-Muslims would also agree that Muslims who do not agree on interpretation of Islam should kill each other but only if evenly matched)
2. Article about the disgusting and ludicrously horrifying conditions muslim migrants left their free accommodations in at a Greek hospitality center. WARNING: DO NOT EAT while reading this or looking at the photos.
Police in Germany have carried out a number of dawn raids targeting Salafists in the northern city of Bremen. Authorities have stepped up action against suspected Islamist radicals.
Police raided nine homes and businesses connected to Salafists in the city of Bremen at 6 a.m. (0400 UTC) on Tuesday.
A statement said special forces from Berlin and Hamburg, as well as the states of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Schleswig-Holstein were also involved in the operation. The searches focused on four districts in the city’s northwest – Gröpelingen, Lesum and Walle und Woltmershausen.
It’s not clear whether any arrests were made. The Bremen prosecutor was expected to provide more information later Tuesday.
4. Muslims in Greece make it into the semi-finals of border riots here in Lesbos.
(Clearly not as much fun of an Island as the name might imply)
Several refugees were injured after riots broke out at Moria refugee centre on Lesbos island, Tuesday, with refugees setting rubbish cans on fire and throwing stones at police, who in turn responded with tear gas. Reports from inside the centre state that the violence was sparked by authorities striking a minor.The unrest started in a section of the camp where mostly minors are kept before spreading across the entire space. Columns of black smoke could be seen rising from the camp, prompting a deployment of the fire brigade.
GENEVA (AFP) –
Authorities in Geneva on Tuesday rejected a Turkish request to remove an exhibition picture that blames President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the death of a Turkish teen injured during anti-government demonstrations.
The picture depicts Berkin Elvan, who spent 269 days in a coma after being hit in the head by a police tear gas canister during the anti-government protests that rocked Istanbul in May-June 2013.
He died in hospital in March 2014 aged 15, with his story galvanising opposition to Erdogan’s government and the heavy-handed tactics used by the police.
Turkey had asked Geneva’s government to remove the picture of Elvan displayed in a photography exhibition across the street from the United Nations complex.
(This is an important update to a story reported here yesterday, as well at The Rebel)
7. This article is a little confusing and not written with a lot of clarity for non-Malays. But it does seem to be about the difficulties encountered by a man who converted from Islam to Christianity in a province of Malaysia called, Sarawak, which formerly allowed more freedom of religion than other islamic areas and even more than the rest of Malaysia. That, like everywhere else in the world, appears to be tipping towards sharia.
CNC3 – Five family members of Imam Nazim Mohammed who travelled last year to war-torn Syria, where the Isis terror group operates, will not be returning to Trinidad.
Confirmation came Monday from 74-year-old Mohammed whose daughter, son-in-law and three teenage grandchildren who journeyed to Syria in 2015 have now settled there.
Mohammed, the Imam of the Masjid Umar Ibn Khattab Jamaat, Rio Claro, was responding to Government’s move to “red flag” as potential threats to national security the families of local men and women who went to Syria to fight for Isis.
The T&T Guardian exclusively obtained documents with more than 105 names of men, woman and children who journeyed to Syria between 2013 and 2015.
Five of the 105 are Mohammed’s relatives.
Hackers with a pro-ISIS group calling themselves the United Cyber Caliphate distributed a “kill” list on Monday that appears to include dozens of U.S. government personnel, Vocativ discovered.
The list features 43 names of people linked to the State Department, the Department of Homeland Security and the departments of defense, energy, commerce and health and services. It also identifies the U.S. embassies in Santiago and Kathmandu—as well as the Department of the Navy in Gulfport, Mississippi—as targets. It includes someone who appears to have worked for Australia’s Department of Defence.
While the group’s intentions are sinister, it’s unlikely that the so-called hack unveils much new or actionable information. The hackers list phone numbers with each person—many of which are general numbers for institutions or offices, though several appear to be correct, current office lines. The group also posted zip codes and cities—often listed as Washington, D.C.—allegedly affiliated with their targets, but no specific home or work addresses.
Watching the riot videos in Lesbos today by Muslim ingrates reminded me of other uses of the same materials.