POLL: More Canadians Say NO To Illegal Border Crossings
A new poll conducted by Forum Research shows more Canadians say no to granting asylum to illegal border crossers than say yes to letting them stay.
Overall, 44% say they should not be given asylum, while 36% say they should be given asylum. 20% say they do not know.
Wikileaks Claims They’ve Only Released Less Than 1% Of CIA Documents
Less than one percent of WikiLeaks’ CIA files were released in yesterday’s document dump, the anti-secrecy organization claimed Wednesday.
WikiLeaks has already indicated that its cache of stolen CIA files, which the group is calling “Vault 7,” will be dripped out over a series of releases.
Attempted beheading at Hull mosque
Haidar Hamid held a knife to the hostage’s throat and a Stanley knife behind his back. As the hostage bled out from his cuts, Hamid pushed his head to the floor and shouted: “Are you going to pray now?”
Professor Grants Student An Extension Because Her Boyfriend Dumped Her
In a stunning display of a lack of maturity and professionalism, a college student thought it was appropriate to email her professor about her recent breakup to get an extension on an assignment. Even worse, the professor fed this sense of entitlement by granting the extension.
12 perps attack New Albany woman while yelling racial abuse
A woman in New Albany, IN was leaving a bar Sunday, March 5th, when she was attacked by a mob yelling racial abuse. She is white and the perps are black males and black females. They repeatedly called her “white bitch,” and yelled other racial abuse. She does not know any of the attackers. The perps had been ordered to leave the bar right before the attack.
U.N. decries U.S. ‘vilification’ of migrants, fears mass expulsions
U.S. President Donald Trump’s immigration policies could lead to collective expulsions of migrants in a breach of international law, the United Nations human rights chief said on Wednesday.
Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, also voiced concern at the new U.S. policy banning entry of people from six Muslim-majority countries for 90 days, announced on Monday after Trump’s controversial first attempt was blocked in the courts.
Trudeau, Wynne mum after two Jewish community centres receive bomb threats
Approximately 600 people, including children who attend a Jewish daycare, had to be evacuated from the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (JCC) in downtown Toronto after receiving a bomb threat around 10 am on Tuesday, March 7, 2017.
Shortly afterwards, the Jewish Community Centre in London, Ontario received a similar call, prompting that centre’s evacuation. It is the second time in less than two months the London JCC was targeted.
Indian girl, 10, ‘killed in black magic sacrifice ritual to cure sick relative’
Local police claim a “sorcerer” told the family it was the only way to undo “black magic” and it is alleged the girl, Ayesha Mohammed Nurulla, was murdered by her own uncle, Mohammed Wasil.
The police said: “Naseem Taj suggested that Wasil’s brother Mohammed Rafiq could be cured of paralytic stroke if a girl was sacrificed.
Reasons To Vote For Democrats: A Comprehensive Guide
The most exhaustively researched and coherently argued Democrat Party apologia to date, “Reasons To Vote For Democrats: A Comprehensive Guide” is a political treatise sure to stand the test of time. A must-have addition to any political observer’s coffee table. “Thorough” –Ben Shapiro, nationally syndicated columnist and New York Times bestselling author.
Yes, the Nike Pro Hijab Has Landed
Following its successful “What Will They Say About You Campaign” and Nike+ Training Club App in Arabic, Nike has revealed its next-level plans to make global sports more inclusive for women with the introduction of the Nike Pro Hijab. Following the announcement, Vogue Arabia spoke to the campaign’s stars, Zahra Lari and Manal Rostom, about how this launch points to a broader diversity in sports across the GCC region and the world.
19 asylum seekers rescued trying to cross border in winter storm near Emerson
Nineteen asylum seekers — two Tuesday night and 17 on Wednesday morning — were rescued while trying to cross the Canada-U.S. border during a winter storm near Emerson, Man., the town’s reeve says.
Greg Janzen said one person suffered a broken arm while making the trek through a bitterly cold storm that brought snow and high winds to Manitoba.
“They are still assessing them all as we speak,” Janzen said at about 8 a.m. CT Wednesday.
Wednesday’s group included a pregnant woman and children.