1. 110 civilians killed in attacks
(Their man green screened into the location speaks so much and says so little its hard to actually focus past a few seconds. But it was religious and observant muslims, namely Boko Haram, who did this attack. Al Jazeera manages to blame the government for not preventing it, while failing to condemn islam for actually doing it. A muslim/communist rhetorical weapon that has been in use for a few decades now. Note that about 30 of the murdered farmers were also decapitated. A signature move by observant muslims.)
2. Funeral for the people killed by observant muslim group, Boko Haram. It would appear that the dead were less observant muslims, hence the nature of the funeral rites.
A Syrian man, who claimed to be a doctor and performed circumcisions on nine boys using a soldering gun has been given a suspended sentence, community service and a $10,000 fine.
A resident of the city of Gavle, he is said to be in his 30s, he was charged with assault, causing bodily harm and violating Sweden’s law on circumcision, local media reported. The court was told that some of the victims complained it was painful to walk after what was done to them. Prosecutors had asked for a two-year sentence.
But the court said on some counts the charges could not be proven because there was no established link between the procedures and the symptoms the boys experienced. If the court had opted for a prison term, the defendant could have faced up to eight months behind bars.
Instead, he received a suspended sentence and 180 hours of community service. He will also have to pay SEK 55,000 ($6,400) in damages, plus a SEK 33,000 ($3,800) fine.
All the nine circumcisions took place between April and May 2018 in Gavle and in neighboring Soderhamn. Guardians of the boys reportedly contacted the man, who is a Syrian citizen, through the Bilaal preschool for Muslims and paid him around $230 for his services.
4. Muslims murder several Christians in Indonesia
Three cities in northern Mali were hit by simultaneous attacks on Monday against military camps housing international forces, according to residents and a United Nations official
BAMAKO, Mali — The cities of Kidal, Gao and Menaka in northern Mali were hit by simultaneous attacks on Monday against military camps housing international forces, according to residents and a United Nations official.
Kidal resident Souleymane Ag Mohamed Ali said he heard more than 10 explosions coming from the direction of the camp for U.N. peacekeepers and soldiers for the French Operation Barkhane.
A U.N. official confirmed the attacks on three cities, saying rockets fell Monday morning on the camp in Kidal, and at the same time there were similar attacks in Gao and Menaka. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not permitted to speak to press on the matter.
There were not further details.
No group has claimed responsibility for the simultaneous attacks, but they bear the mark of jihadist groups linked to al-Qaida that carry out attacks in both northern and central Mali.
(As the US general said during the Iran-Iraq conflict, “This is one of those wars you want both sides to lose.”)
Thank you Richard, Wrath of Khan, Johnny U., and many more who I have lost track of as we are now trying to separate issues and posting categories together at this point. But thank you all and please keep it coming.