Police in New South Wales, Australia, warned nightclubs, restaurants, shopping centers and sports grounds they need to train staff to confront possible terrorists. Specifically “front of house” staff such a bartenders, cleaners and waiters need to know what to do if a terrorist strikes.
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They are demanding the relocation of a centre that processes asylum requests, which they argue is a magnet for migrants. Local groups accuse the migrants of harassing women and starting fights as they jostle for admittance to the office, managed by a charity with state aid.
While the federal government tries to downplay the threat of terrorism, Canada’s problem with returning ISIS fighters appears more serious than what the U.S. faces, despite our population being a fraction of the size.
On Friday’s show, Pamela Geller joined me to discuss the efforts of a Quebec based group to pressure the Canadian government to deny her entry into the country for a December 18th event organized by the Jewish Defence League.
Elderly women are the preferred targets of the robbers and they are advised not to fight back, but rather call for help. The police do not believe it’s a serial offender and says descriptions of the thieves differ. Strangely police have not given a profile of the possible perpetrators.
Tamm then compared the no-go zone to Central American countries which have had to deal with huge waves of criminal gang-related violence in the recent past:
“And then I thought: How did they do it in Colombia when they deported FARC guerrillas, how did they do it in El Salvador when the war ended? How have they done in other parts of the world where you have had such great problems for many, many years? Is there any solution? You have to think outside the box,” she said.
Sabrine Djermane and El Mahdi Jamali each face three charges: attempting to leave Canada to commit a terror act abroad; possession of an explosive substance; and committing an act under the direction or for the profit of a terrorist organization.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet with the families of the 12 people killed in a terrorist attack that targeted a Christmas market in Berlin last year, government spokesman Steffen Seibert said on Monday.
The announcement comes after the relatives of those killed wrote a letter published in the Hamburg-based Der Spiegel news magazine that accused her of “political inaction” and failing to reach out in the aftermath.
Staff at the fee-paying Park Avenue Girls’ High School, in Stoke-on-Trent, said paper was available from the school office, but because most of the students were Asian, they preferred to wash rather than wipe.