1, Tommy Robinson details the ongoing harassment he suffers under the UK police state
From a friend of Tommy Robinson’s:
He returned early from the football European cup in France because his mother was having her lung removed and was in bed when three uniformed policemen burst into his house, scaring his wife and children to present him with a travel banning order and telling him he was not to leave the country, even though there is absolutely no reason for it. He will be sending me a video of this event. He has appeared in court and is planning an appeal against this ban hopefully next week. The persecution continues!
3. Diplomatic cars in Berlin set on fire
Two cars belonging to the Georgian and French embassies, respectively, were set alight in an alleged politically motivated arson attack, in Berlin in the early hours of Wednesday. There were no injuries reported.The Mercedes-Vito belonging to the Georgian embassy was set on fire on Gartenstrasse in the city centre. Whereas in the south of the city, a Renault Megane belonging to a French diplomat parked on Martin-Luther-Strasse, was also set alight.
4. Boris Johnson speaks of things that were so obvious they would be embarrassing to mention a few decades ago, and now are nearly criminal.
(One wonders if by any chance this butcher was violating both EU and UK laws on animal cruelty in methods and for which the police would never act)
Jamil Hussain’s shop was gutted after a callous attack
It is the latest in a series of suspected racial attacks which has seen a news presenter called a “P***” and two Polish men beaten up in London.
The assault was carried out on Kashmir Meat & Poultry butchers in Walsall, on Monday.
(A culturally homogeneous society is more likely to have a survival instinct. This is why the left insists on being multicultural)
Tokyo, Japan – Mohamed Fujita used to host religious study groups at his home that were open to all Muslims. But today he’s afraid to invite strangers, in case they’re police informants.
Extensive surveillance has put many people of his faith on edge, he says, sowing mistrust.
A native of Japan who converted to Islam more than two decades ago, Fujita was one of 17 plaintiffs in a lawsuit that challenged blanket monitoring of the country’s followers of Islam. His name has been changed in this story to protect his identity, after police documents labelling him a possible security threat were leaked online.
(And yet there is an awful lot of taking kids to mosques going on everywhere)
Asking children to attend Christian assemblies undermines their human rights, according to a United Nations committee.
A highly controversial new report by the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child expresses “concern” that pupils in the U.K. are legally required to take part in a daily act of collective worship, which is “wholly or mainly of a broadly Christian character.”
Conservative MP David Burrowes described the criticism as “ludicrous” and said the government can “respectfully put those kinds of reports in the bin where they belong.”
8. US to admit at least 30,000 more muslim migrants officially
Anjam Naz and Javed Naz, both Christians, and Jafar Ali, a Musilm, have been found guilty for insulting Prophet Muhammad by the Anti-Terrorism Court in Gujranwala, Punjab province.
The three men were found to have insulted the prophet in an audio recording.
“When police arrested Javed and Jafar on May 15, they recovered an audio recording of Anjam committing blasphemy,” said Mohammad Tanveer a senior police official, according to Newsweek Pakistan.
“We also recovered the recorded audio from Jafar’s possession and found that he and Javed were blackmailing Anjam by threatening to release the audio to the public if he did not pay them.”
One thing about the Coutner-Jihad these days. There is never nothing to do.
Just a little of the peace that Islam brought to Syria at Idlib