Category Archives: “Mosaic of Diversity”

Returning ISIS Jihadists Pose Long, Uncharted Challenge

For months now, Western counterterrorism experts have sounded the alarm: as ISIS loses ground, foreign fighters from America and Europe may try returning home. When they do, the experts cautioned, they will carry the terror threat with them, ready and willing to strike. Law enforcement needs to be prepared.

Now, with the fall of the Iraqi city of Harija, the Islamic State’s last major stronghold, and the impending collapse of its Syrian capital, Raqqa, the time has finally come. But is law enforcement prepared?

Not really.

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‘Urgent probe’ needed after woman jailed over London July 21 bomb plot given high-profile council job

Mulumebet Girma, 33, rose through the ranks and was even put on the cover of a council magazine after failing to disclose her criminal past when applying for the position.

The Ethiopian former model was jailed in 2008 for 10 years for helping brother-in-law Hussain Osman flee after his plot to kill Tube passengers, two weeks after the July 7 attacks killed 52 people.

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Rise in Islamophobic attacks against mosques in Greater Manchester

Islamophobic attacks against mosques in Greater Manchester have risen dramatically post Manchester Arena attack, according to official figures released by Greater Manchester Police. Nine attacks on mosques were reported to police between March and June this year compared with none during the same period in 2016.

Many Muslims living in Greater Manchester have reported to the police and other online organisations a rise in assaults, abuse and attacks on property in the immediate aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack.

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Merkel Gov’t Bringing in Migrants on ‘Secret Flights’

The operation was part of an elaborate government coverup to keep the extent of migrant influx from of the German public. “Pictures, like the ones at the Munich train station [back in 2015], with thousands of refugees arriving en masse and being photographed by journalists, should not recur again,” Schubert said reviewing secret documents belonging to the Bavaria State’s Ministry of Internal Affairs.

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Niqab Wearer Attacks Woman After Being Reminded About Burqa Ban

Police prosecutor Daniel Fürst told the newspaper on Friday that the Muslim had been a 17-year-old girl. He said that as the situation escalated around 20 more individuals became involved in the dispute, including another woman who was assaulted by the Muslim, but was quickly calmed down when police arrived.

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Trump administration cites Edmonton attack in call for immigration changes

The Trump administration wants to change the immigration rules that allowed a man accused of perpetrating a terrorist attack in Edmonton last month to evade a U.S. deportation order years ago and come to Canada.

The White House also wants to tighten security along the U.S. border with Canada as part of a plan to toughen immigration controls across the country.

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Sweden: 2,875 “serious incidents” as Muslim migrants threaten to rape and assault employees, burn offices of migration board

Maria Johansson, working environment specialist at the Swedish Migration Board, said the incidents “can be anything including an inappropriate comment related to a sexual act. This is not a common problem with us, but it is serious when it happens.”

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South Carolina Imam: A Woman Is Her Husband’s Prisoner and Must Obey Him; Men Are Better Than Women

“A woman is not supposed to welcome anybody or permit anybody in her house without her husband’s approval. Brothers and sisters, this is in the religion, in the books of hadith, in the Quran. I am not making it up. Yes, I know that I live in America. Yes, I know. And I know I have the right of free speech, and I’m speaking what I believe, not what I think.

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Norway bomb scare teenager avoids terror charge in trial

A Russian citizen with heritage in the North Caucasus region, the teenager arrived in Norway in 2010 with his family as an asylum seeker and has a Norwegian residency permit, writes NRK. He has most recently been living in the northern Finnmark County.

He was known to PST before the incident but denies having been in contact with radical Islamist networks, writes NRK.

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