The author of a report into alleged extremist speakers on British campuses has been banned from an event at a university her study strongly criticises. The university called off the talk after a threat of protests organised by its Islamic Society and the Student Union among other groups.
"An estimated 3,100 Yazidis were killed [in Iraq], with nearly half of them... either shot, beheaded, or burned alive... The estimated number kidnapped is 6,800... All Yazidis were targeted... but children were disproportionately affected." — PLOS Medicine, 2017.
Gunmen from an Islamist militant group stormed a government building in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, after a suicide car bombing on Saturday, killing at least five people, including the country’s deputy labor minister, the police said.
If convicted, Stephen Masih could face the death penalty.
"[I]nstead of protecting the teenager from his attackers, [police] arrested and booked him into prison on blasphemy charges." Hours later, the imam and "a mob of more than 300 Muslim fundamentalists surrounded the prison, and called for the public lynching of [Asif] Stephen. As the mob overwhelmed local police, Stephen was removed from his cell and handed over to the mob...." — TruNews, August 24, 2017.
Note how the Daily Mail, the worst paper in the Western world, puts quotation marks around the word “jihadists” in its headline, because these useful idiots know that Islam is a religion of peace and that real jihad is not about killing as many people as possible, but about romping through the daisies and blowing milk bubbles through a straw.
The Prime Minister is trying to ease tensions after Turkey’s president threatened the lives of Australians in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack. Tayyip Erdogan has been using footage of the mass shootings in campaign rallies ahead of next week’s Turkish election. The hardline Muslim president has now attacked the ANZACs and their ancestors.
According to the ABC, Erdogan is warning those with anti-Muslim views will return home in coffins like their grandfathers did after Gallipoli.
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