A 16-year-old, German-Italian girl, residing in Munich, had joined a large group of people from a refugee shelter in Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn. After a while, she went to a tram-station nearby, accompanied by three male members of the group. During her trip to the station, in the Haringstraße, she was assaulted. According to the investigation so far, two of the three men forced the minor into sexual intercourse. One of those men is a 27-year-old Afghan, the other is a 17-year-old from the same country.
“”Officers were called on Friday at about 13:40, following reports of an altercation at a mosque in Totteridge Road, High Wycombe. Officers were responding to an immediate call for assistance and as a result, and to prevent any serious harm to individuals or any further outbreak of violence, officers entered the mosque, and spoke to people who were present.”
“I went outside and saw someone kicking my partner’s head. I was trying to stop him and right at that moment, I got hit from the side,” Karsten recalls about the attack. “I kind of lost consciousness and when I got up again, I thought my partner was dead. He was all covered in blood and he didn’t move at all.”
Europol cracks down on 1029 of pieces online terrorism-related content, but doesn’t track down or prosecute creators
During the ‘action days’, Europol promoted a coordinated approach to fighting terrorist propaganda online – which involved training of all law enforcement partners involved. Similar joint actions, involving Member States and Third Parties, will continue to be organised on a regular basis. This is something that is to be welcomed – but do invite a prosecutor or two next time.
“The political climate is poisoned by this. President Erdogan has torn down what we have built up over decades. We get threats, emails as ethnic Turkish lawmakers saying we aren’t sufficiently loyal as ‘Turks’, but I am a German politician and I do politics for Germany and for all people who live here.”
Amsterdam’s mayor personally responsible for hiring convicted Jihadist and criminal as municipality social worker
Firstly, Bilal has a criminal record. As such, he should have been excluded from working as a social worker by municipal rules. Secondly, he’s a member of the ‘Hofstad-group’ of terrorists, and convicted for recruiting Jihadists.
Amsterdam: Syrian LGBT refugees assaulted by “Turkish or Moroccan man”. Security laughs and bans victims from store
“They did nothing to protect us and laughed at us. The man tried attacking us multiple times, spat in our faces, shouted that he was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and that he was going to kill us. And nobody did anything.”
Paris – Antisemitic gang robs Jewish family: “You are Jewish, you have money. We must take from the rich (…)”
“They jumped on me and threw me on the floor. [They said]’if you scream, we’ll kill you.’ They repeated several times:’you are Jewish, you have money. We have to take from the rich to give to the poor.'”
Germany: Woman raped by “Southern type” in park while jogging. Police says women should no longer jog by themselves
“A Southern looking type, 25 to 35-years-old. Height between 170 and 175 cm, with a sturdy/powerful build. He has dark hair and a short, dark, unkept beard.”
UK Public Broadcaster deletes video on ‘progressive’ Muslim women after main guest turns out to be hate preacher
Soon after British Public Broadcaster Channel 4 put this interview with ‘progressive’ Muslims online, Twitter started to delve into the background of Chan, and what they – quite easily – found, was rather unsettling. On Twitter, Chan was found to have made a plethora of anti-white, anti-semitic anti-Western and blatantly violent remarks (see below).
“One police-officer called after the man “stop, police,” which did not, however, motivate the man to give up. Continuing, the police-officer threatened, using the words “stop, or I’ll shoot,” the use of firearms. This did not prompt the suspect to halt, after which the policeman fired a warning shot in the air.”
Germany: Kurdish refugee finds his Islamic State torturers among fellow refugees, but they can’t be deported
Aqil discovers that, like him, some of his tortures are in Europe, having come here with the swell of migrants. Not only members of IS, but also from factions like the Jabaht Al-Nusra Front. His findings are shared by experts, like Guido Steinberg, interviewed in the mini-documentary.