Reader’s links for April 5 2017

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  1. Paris police given powers to search Metro passengers’ bags after St Petersburg bombing (thelocal, Apr 5, 2017)

    “Police in the French capital have been given new powers to search passengers’ bags on the city’s Metro and transport system if they have reason to be suspicious. The move has been taken after the bombing in St Petersburg this week.

    Paris police boosted security on the city’s transport system in the light of Monday’s terror attack on the St Petersburg Metro system that left 14 dead and over 40 injured.

    Some 140 extra gendarmes military police were deployed on the network, to reassure the capital’s commuters.

    Another move taken by police chief Michel Cadot was to allow officers to search passengers’ bags if they have reason to be suspicious, whether its on Metro or RER lines, or in stations.

    Cadot said the measure was taken at the request of the French government which had asked authorities in Paris to step up security measures.

    Normally police must have a precise motivation or reason before they can search someone’s bags, usually related to a crime that had been committed.

    But from now on the police can control and search whoever they want, without having to justify it.

    Police say the measure is taken regularly and must be renewed every 24 hours for as long as the police want to impose it.

    Paris has been on high alert for terror attacks since jihadist gunmen and bombers killed 130 people in November 2015.”

  2. Quarter of a million Syrians allowed to bring families to Germany: report (thelocal, Apr 5, 2017)

    “Slightly over a quarter million Syrian refugees have permission to bring their families from the war-torn country to Germany, a report in Bild claims.

    The report published on Tuesday is based on a leaked official document looking into the effects of the refugee influx on Germany.

    It states that 268,000 Syrian refugees currently have the right to bring their families to Germany.

    Asylum seekers who are given full refugee status have the right to bring their families to Germany immediately. The families must not make asylum requests and are not included in official asylum figures, Die Welt reports.

    But many thousands more Syrians will not be able to bring their families to Germany, as the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) has only offered them subsidiary status.

    This lower-tier status only provides a temporary residence permit good for one year and subject to renewal, and bars the application for family members to be allowed entry to Germany until March 2018. The process itself can take another two years…”

  3. Moroccan girl ‘whipped by parents’ for acting too ‘Western’ (ansamed, Apr 5, 2017)

    “A Milan children’s court on Wednesday temporarily removed a 14-year-old Moroccan girl from her family which had whipped her because she dressed and acted “too Western”.

    The girl, whose family said they disciplined her because of unacceptable behaviour, was placed in a children’s home.

    Her mother, father and brother are under investigation for mistreatment. “It’s an unfortunately ordinary story, like many we see, where there is a cultural factor, and a conflict between a girl born in Italy who wants to live like her friends and a traditionalist family that tries to impose her upbringing with physical and above all moral violence,” the court’s prosecutor, Ciro Cascone, told ANSA. “The religious factor is just an aspect of the cultural one,” he said.”

  4. This one is from Sargon of Akkads’s shitposting channel.
    It is as funny as f**k.
    Nivea Endorses the White Race #WhiteIsPurity
    The Thinkery
    The Thinkery

  5. BBC – Westminster attacks: “There is no hate” says survivor Melissa Cochrane –

    Melissa Cochrane and her husband Kurt were both hit by Khalid Masood’s car on Westminster Bridge. Kurt was killed, Melissa suffered a broken leg , broken ribs and a gash to the head. That day had been part of the trip of a lifetime, they’d travelled from their home in Utah through Europe to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Melissa spoke exclusively to Fiona Bruce about her memories of the attack and of her husband.

  6. BBC – Yuval Noah Harari: ‘Fear-mongers are more dangerous than terrorists’ –

    Historian and academic Yuval Noah Harari says overreacting to terrorism is a bigger threat to peace than terrorism itself.

    Yuval Noah Harari lectures at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is the author of Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow.

    • Even if we could excommunicate them, they’d still have Jewish names and Israeli passports. So they’d still harm us.
      Unless they convert, go zombie and name themselves “Abdul”.

  7. VATICAN – Holy See releases details of Pope’s Apostolic Journey to Egypt

    The Holy See Press Office on Monday released the details and schedule for Pope Francis’ Apostolic Journey to Egypt, set to take place on 28-29 April.

    Pope Francis will arrive at Cairo International Airport around 14:00 on Friday where he will be welcomed at the Presidential Palace in Heliopolis before making a courtesy visit to the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar.

    He will then address participants in the International Conference on Peace before visiting His Holiness Pope Tawadros II.

    On Saturday, the Holy Father celebrates Mass and then has lunch with Egyptian bishops.

    His last event in Egypt is a prayer meeting with clergy, religious men and women, and seminarians.

    The full programme of the Pope’s visit is below:

    Friday 28 April 2017

    10.45 Departure by air from Rome-Fiumicino airport for Cairo

    14.00 Arrival at Cairo International Airport


    WELCOME CEREMONY in the Presidential Palace in Heliopolis



    16.40 Meeting with the Authorities


    Saturday 29 April 2017

    10.00 HOLY MASS

    12.15 Lunch with Egyptian bishops and the Papal entourage

    15.15 Prayer meeting with the clergy, religious and seminarians


    17.00 Departure by air from Cairo International Airport

    20.30 Arrival at Rome-Ciampino Airport


    Pope with British Imams: the most important thing is the capacity to listen

    After terrorist attacks in London, Imams bring a message “of peace, understanding and cooperation” to Pope Francis.

    • Imams say meeting the pope is “one of the most powerful messages for Muslim world”

      Card. Nichols accompanied British Imams to meet Pope Francis and share their story of prejudice

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