As the once secular Turkish nation moves closer toward Islamic fundamentalism, the European Union is leaning toward making Turkey a member state. What could possibly go wrong?
Designated Terrorist Group CAIR condemned the alert for describing the suspect as “Middle Eastern” and is demanding that the university review its “ethnic and racial profiling” policies.
Police were shocked to find blood, urine, feces, and semen smeared all over walls and floors and surfaces in a Muslim asylum center used for migrant housing in Germany, turning a nice, clean facility into a cockroach-infested, filthy slum.
UK Daily Mail (h/t Maria J) Police refused to sleep in a migrant shelter that had been cleared for them to stay in after they found the premises and beds soaked in urine, blood, feces, and semen. The officers were asked to stay in the former migrant home as their own police barracks was accommodating security team members attached to world leaders’ meetings with Obama.
Photographs of the disgusting conditions in the rooms were posted on Facebook two days ago by the union for North Rhine-Westphalia Police.
The images showed spots of blood were dotted on a mattress, while what appeared to be feces was smeared on another, Junge Freiheit reported.
Wet patches also covered the floors of the bunk bed accommodation and a large patch of vomit was stuck to the carpet.The post on the police union page described the accommodation conditions as ‘catastrophic’ and said cockroaches were seen eating leftover food.
Although it ‘welcomed the exchange of housing units’ during such events, it said organisers must ensure clean standards were met.
Police instead opted to stay in their vehicles while parked at a zoo – where they were yesterday seen being woken up by giraffes. Around 250 officers slept in their vans at the Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, northern Germany, before the meeting of the G5 group of nations in Hanover.
Watch a Muslim woman take a poop on the floor of a hospital:
Muslim migrant takes a poop on the train:
One of the Muslims accused in Minnesota of trying to join the Islamic State group wanted to open up routes from Syria to the U.S. through Mexico. Guled Ali Omar told the ISIS members about the route so that it could be used to send members to America to carry out terrorist attacks, prosecutors allege.
FOX News The MUSLIM men — Omar, 21; Hamza Naj Ahmed, 21; Mohamed Abdihamid Farah, 22; and Abdirahman Yasin Daud, 22 — have pleaded not guilty to multiple charges, including conspiracy to commit murder outside the U.S. Prosecutors have said they were part of a group of friends in Minnesota’s Somali community who held secret meetings and plotted to join the Islamic State group.
Five other men have pleaded guilty to one count each of conspiracy to support a foreign terrorist organization. A tenth man charged in the case is at-large, believed to be in Syria.
Prosecutors said audio recordings obtained during the investigation show the defendants spoke multiple times about the possibility of attacks in the U.S. Among them, Omar spoke of establishing a route for fighters, Farah spoke of killing an FBI agent and another man who pleaded guilty talked about shooting a homemade rocket at an airplane.
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today denounced the execution of a Canadian hostage, John Ridsdel, by Abu Sayyaf Islamic militants in the Philippines, calling it “an act of cold-blooded murder” yet doesn’t mention the fact that the execution was committed by “Muslims.”
Reuters John Ridsdel, 68, a former mining executive, was captured by Islamic militants along with three other people in September 2015 while on vacation on a Philippine island.
The Philippine army said a severed head was found on a remote island on Monday, five hours after the expiry of a ransom deadline set by militants who had threatened to execute one of four captives.
“Canada condemns without reservation the brutality of the hostage-takers and this unnecessary death. This was an act of cold-blooded murder and responsibility rests squarely with the terrorist group who took him hostage,” Trudeau told reporters on the sidelines of a cabinet meeting.
“The government of Canada is committed to working with the government of the Philippines and international partners to pursue those responsible for this heinous act.”
John Ridsdel, kidnapped from a tourist resort along with three others by the Abu Sayyaf group in September of last year, pleads for their lives.