While most Americans were commemorating the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks, a group of boys and girls at Glen Meadow Middle School were learning about a bullied Muslim boy named Osama.
Marine veteran Ed O’Rourke tells the New Jersey Herald that he found out by accident about the lesson in his daughter’s sixth grade social studies class.
EU plans to denationalise border protection and put Brussels in charge present a serious threat to Hungary and the whole of Europe, Viktor Orbán has warned.
The European Parliament’s vote on Thursday to censure Hungary over so-called “values” poses very little threat, the prime minister said, declaring that a much bigger battle will be over EU draft law which would put Brussels in control of national border protection and asylum policy.
On Wednesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel claimed stopping illegal immigration would require “that the countries with an external border must give up some of their national responsibilities”.
“That requires a degree of solidarity, it is about people coming to us or our duty to make legal migration possible to help countries that are in trouble,” she added.
A police spokeswoman said road barriers stopped the car before it hit the pedestrians head-on in the town of Nimes, which celebrates its annual grape-harvesting festival this weekend.
The man was arrested after the incident at around 1:30 a.m. Friday.
The spokeswoman said she had no information about the man’s motives. She noted the investigation was being led by police who handle more routine crimes, not counter-terrorism investigators who step in when extremism is suspected.
The officer said she wasn’t authorized to be identified by name talking about the probe.
An official close to the investigation said the man was hospitalized and police investigators were unable to question him immediately or to verify reports he was heard at the scene shouting “Allahu akbar,” Arabic for “God is great.”
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Two people were injured when mobs ransacked and looted five homes in Minya’s Dimshau Hashim village on Friday. Scores of Islamist extremists attacked the houses after rumours circulated that Christian villagers were planning to build a church.
Churches continue to be built illegally in Egypt due to complicated administrative procedures. A law passed in 2016 regulating the construction and restoration of churches failed to end the phenomenon.
Following the attacks the Reconciliation Council in Minya, in cooperation with the Rapprochement and Peace Association, affiliated to the Ministry of Social Solidarity, released a statement calling on the Coptic Church and security bodies to attend an unofficial reconciliation session which was held in Dimshau Hashim “to maintain stability and unity”.
(Just to cut through the bull, its clearly established in sharia law, that once muslims rule a land, you cant build new churches or repair old ones. Muslims who occasionally allow this, probably see themselves as simply magnificently tolerant and benevolent, but worthy of absolute slavish admiration and submission by the dcimmi population.)
6. Is something FINALLY going to happen to the ludicrously corrupt, 3rd world style Obama admin principles?
7. Elon Musk on AI
A BRITISH university has invested millions of pounds to provide more gender-neutral toilets on campus. The University of Bristol has invested ‘about £3.4m’ to refurbish the current toilets and to create non-gendered facilities across more than 30 buildings.
(Because that is what really matters to people who are both going to university, and going to the bathroom. I hope they have installed a 50,000 gallon salt water tank for those who have had a Dolphinoplasty)
Thank you Wrath of Khan, M., Xanthippa, Richard, MissPiggy, Buck and many, many more.
There are quite a few interesting moments from the OSCE already, but next week is the week reason may cast a shadow on their push to postmodernism for the West. Stay tuned for that.