A Month of Islam and Multiculturalism in Britain: May 2017

May 1. Army cadets in Scotland were warned not to wear their uniforms in public because they could be targeted by jihadists.

May 1. Three female teenagers were arrested in East London on terrorism charges. The arrests were in connection with an anti-terror operation in London on April 27 in which a woman wearing a burqa was shot by police. Police said that an active terror plot had been foiled.

May 2. Samata Ullah, a 34-year-old jihadist from Cardiff, was sentenced to eight years in prison for five terror offenses, including membership of the Islamic State, as well being involved in training terrorists and preparing for terrorist acts. Ullah, a British national of Bangladeshi origin, was a key member of a group calling itself the “Cyber Caliphate Army” and gave other members of IS advice on how to communicate using sophisticated encryption techniques.

And the beat goes on... Islamic terrorism in the west is IMMIGRATION PROBLEM.

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ISIS fighters are given ‘passports to paradise’

Justin will likely recognize these and authorize holders for immediate entry to Canada and automatic membership in the Liberal Party.

ISIS militants have been issuing ‘passports to heaven’ to encourage members to carry out suicide attacks and keep control of its self-declared capital, Raqqa.

Copies of the passports were discovered by Syrian Defence Forces in newly liberated neighbourhoods of the northern Syrian city, and photos of the documents were posted to social media.

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Possible active shooter at US Army installation, Redstone Arsenal in Alabama

Reports are still very sketchy, very little information is available.

The Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville issued the alert on Twitter of a “possible active shooter on the Arsenal.”

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LIVE BLOG: Possible active shooter on Redstone Arsenal, officials asking people to avoid the Sparkman Center

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Britain and Europe are hit by new ‘WannaCry’ virus, Ukraine power grid, Russian oil plant and Danish shipping firm all affected

Europe has been hit by a fresh ransomware virus as a British advertising firm, the Ukrainian government and Russian oil companies were all affected.

London-based WPP, the world’s largest ad agency, was the first on UK soil to report problems, with staff told to turn off their computers and not to use the WiFi.

The Ukrainian government has also been badly hit, with the state power distributor, Kiev’s main airport, the national bank and several communications firms all hit as supermarket tills and even ATMs went offline.

Companies in Norway, Russia, Denmark and France are among those to have confirmed issues so far, with Spain, India, and the US believed to have been affected.

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Police Report Contradicts ‘Hate Crime’ Narrative In Milwaukee Attack On Muslim Woman

A Muslim woman who was attacked by a stranger in Milwaukee in April told police that she did not believe that she was targeted because of her religion, a statement which is at odds with how her story was portrayed in the media by local and national Muslim civil rights groups.

“In this attack of the Muslim woman, we know of no evidence that would indicate that this attack was anything but a hate crime,” Munjed Ahmad, a lawyer for the woman and board member of American Muslims for Palestine, claimed at a press conference held on April 14, four days after the 58-year-old woman was assaulted while walking home from prayer services at the Islamic Society of Milwaukee.

But police incident reports, obtained by TheDC through an open records request, paint a different picture.

h/t Marvin

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Google hit with record £2.1bn EU fine for abusing internet search monopoly

The European Union has fined Google €2.42bn (£2.14bn) after a seven-year investigation into claims the technology giant abused its internet search monopoly.

The penalty is the biggest ever competition fine from the European Commission, doubling the previous record handed to Intel in 2009.

The EU said Google had broken EU competition law by exploiting the power of its search engine to promote its online shopping service, at the expense of other price comparison sites.

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Czech Election Favourite: ‘If There Will Be More Muslims Than Belgians in Brussels, That’s Their Problem. We Have to Fight for What Our Ancestors Built Here.’

Andrej Babis, tipped to become the next Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, has backed the government’s decision to fight the European Union’s attempts to impose a compulsory migrant quota on the country.

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Canada’s Gone ‘Covfefe’ on Terrorism: Time to Tweak Trump’s Travel Ban

Now that the U.S. Supreme Court rightly agreed to review lower court rulings on President Trump’s travel ban and partially stayed injunctions imposed by leftist judges, Trump should decide what to do about dual citizens from Canada after the June 21 terrorist attack in Flint, Michigan, committed by a Canadian man who is also a citizen of Tunisia — a place well known for supplying the largest number of fighters to the Islamic State.

Recent changes in Canadian policies mean Amor Ftouhi, the terrorist who stabbed a police officer in the Flint airport while shouting “Allahu Akbar” won’t lose his Canadian citizenship. Canada’s recently passed Bill C-6 also reverses former policies, allowing dual citizens to retain citizenship even if they join and fight with ISIS.


From Allan West… Only in the multicultural fantasy world that exists in Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s head would wearing Ramadan-themed socks to a gay pride parade make sense.

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Controversial Ryerson field placement official on ‘leave’

Controversial Ryerson field placement coordinator Heather Bain has left the building, the Toronto Sun has learned.

An “automatically generated message” from Bain’s e-mail address says she’s “currently on leave” from her position as field education coordinator in Ryerson’s School of Social Work.

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Muslims use Christians as human shields as Philippine government attempts to reclaim Marawi city

ISIS fighters in the Philippines are hiding behind 100 Christian human shields as the vicious battle to retake a city held by the militants enters its second month.

Militants from the Maute group took Marawi City five weeks ago and have taken hostages including leading churchman Father Teresito Soganub.

Abdullah Maute, one of two brothers who formed the group, said on Sunday he would free Soganub in return for his parents, who are being held by police.

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Trudeau’s frivolous take on Obama’s call for ‘more Canada’

It’s been a year since U.S. President Barack Obama threw down the gauntlet to Justin Trudeau in his speech to the House of Commons, repeating the slogan that “the world needs more Canada.”

The Brexit vote was only a few days old. And the RNC convention, confirming Donald Trump as the nominee, was still to come.

But Obama clearly knew the world was changing.

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Google will stop scanning content of personal emails

Google will stop scanning the content of emails sent by Gmail users in an attempt to reassure business customers of the confidentiality of their communications.

The company did read the emails in personal Gmail accounts in order to target users with personalised adverts but said in a blogpost it would stop doing so in order to “more closely align” its business and consumer products. Its business offering, part of G Suite, has never involved scanning emails.

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