Via Tommy Robinson:
I was in Rome this week reporting on the Italian elections. While I was there I saw a video of a journalist being attacked by North African migrants live on air. I was shocked to see how blatantly these migrants would attack a mainstream media crew right outside Rome’s major train station - so I decided to go and see the area for myself.
Many of the migrants were drinking, fighting and causing problems for commuters and tourists. Within minutes they noticed the camera and went straight for my cameraman. We kept the camera rolling as I was forced to intervene to protect my crew and locals who had stopped to watch what was going on.
In the end the police arrived and detained the leader of the group and we were able to leave safely. I was genuinely shocked to see the state of central Rome and just how little respect these migrants have for the people living there.
The mother of a four-year-old girl who was raped and murdered today told of their joy at the execution by machine gun of their daughter's killer.
Safaa al-Matari's parents said justice had been done as the little girl's father spoke of his 'happiness' that the murderer had been punished in 'spectacular way'.
Hussein al-Saket, 25, was shot five times before his body was strung up from a crane in front of a large crowd in the Yemeni capital Sanaa's Tahrir Square for Saffa's abduction, rape and murder.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline the girl's mother Amal al-Matari said: 'I am very happy that the killer has been executed.
'I felt so relieved even after it had taken all this time – one year and eight months ago.
'I am more than happy and content now that justice has been done.
'I know my innocent daughter Safaa will now rest in peace and in heaven.'
Her father Muhamad Taher al-Matari said: 'I am so happy the killer of my daughter has finally been punished in such a spectacular and deterrent way so that he would set an example for all to see.
He added: 'My tribe, family and I thank all those have have sympathised with us in Yemen whether they are Muslims, Christians or any other religion because attacking innocent children is forbidden by God and all religions.'
Safaa's mother revealed how heartless al-Saket snatched her 'beautiful' daughter while she was giving birth to her youngest brother in November 2015.
Amal al-Matari told MailOnline: 'I was giving birth to my youngest son, Saleh, who is now 20 months old when Safaa who was playing outside our house disappeared.
When a police patrol attended a case in which a man was armed with a knife and threatened the community, he registered himself less thought, the man took the gun from a policeman and fired; the event was registered in Honda, Tolima.
"The soldiers arrived at the place where the man with the knife was and who presented a high degree of exaltation, after requesting a personal search and trying to strip him of the knife, the police received insults and physical attacks by the citizen," he said. through a statement the Police of Tolima.
This starving Venezuelan was simply trying to take a few pieces of bread in order to feed his starving family as well as himself. When police showed up the man resisted arrest and was subsequently executed on the streets right in front of his wife.
An American citizen from California who was radicalized by online propaganda traveled overseas to try to join a branch of the Islamic State group in Libya, U.S. prosecutors said Tuesday. A few days before he left in 2016, Bernard Augustine texted an unidentified relative, "If I ever get lucky enough to live in the khilafah, I'll burn my own passport, lol," according to a criminal complaint. He made it as far as Tunisia but was detained by authorities there before he could carry out his plan, the complaint said. Augustine, 21, is from the town of Keyes in California's Central Valley
Police said a homemade explosive device was the item discovered in a backpack at Pine View High School Monday that forced the evacuation of the school. Police said if the device had detonated, it would have caused significant injury or death. Police have a suspect in custody.
A warrant served at the home of a male juvenile found materials consistent with the materials used to build the device.
Police also said the suspect had been researching information and expressing interest in ISIS and promoting the organization.
The boy has not been identified but police said he was attending a class at Pine View.
After massive protests over two sexual rape cases in France. The France government has planned to made changes in the rape laws, sets 15 as the age of consent. This was done after law makers said that French laws allowed two migrants to escape rape charges when they were accused of sexually assaulting 11 year old.
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A baby girl was miraculously rescued after being pulled from rubble she was completely buried under in besieged Eastern Ghouta in Syria.
Amazing footage shows the tot was plucked from bomb wreckage after volunteers clawed through debris before being rushed off to receive emergency treatment.
The incredible moment was posted on Twitter by Ismail Alabdullah, a Syria Civil Defence activist, who said: "Saving baby girl".
He confirmed the baby's survival when questioned by a social media user.
The scale of the humanitarian crisis in Syria was laid bare this week as rescuers revealed children witnessing corpses being pulled out of rubble.
If you want to see what assimilation looks like, look no further than Sweden where African migrants are doing things like this in order to intimidate the local population in order to receive what they demand. Yet another example of how culture clash will happen when you attempt to force diversity upon to completely different civilizations.
The Turkish army hit YPG terror positions in a town in Syria's Afrin district with howitzers and multiple rocket launchers. The military struck the terror positions after the YPG terrorists attacked an indoor soccer field, killing three and wounding five others.
The shooting occurred in a clandestine cockfight and enters the victims there is a minor of 15 years. It is believed that two of the deceased are the main drug traffickers in the area.
EFF leader Julius Malema has explained that his party is specifically aiming to remove Nelson Mandela Bay mayor Athol Trollip because he is white.
"We have taken a decision that we are going to remove the mayor of PE [Port Elizabeth]," he told a crowd gathered for the launch of the party's election registration campaign at the Standard Bank arena in Johannesburg on Sunday.
"Why? Why not [mayor of DA-led Johannesburg Herman] Mashaba, why not Solly [Msimanga - mayor of DA-led Tshwane]?
"Because the mayor of DA in PE is a white man. So, these people, when you want to hit them hard - go after a white man. They feel a terrible pain, because you have touched a white man."
He said this did not mean that the EFF would not target Mashaba and Msimanga.
"They will be touched - don't worry. But we are starting with this whiteness. We are cutting the throat of whiteness.
"Trollip will not be a mayor after the 6th of April, if they give us that date."
He slammed comments that the EFF would be bringing the ANC back to lead the metro, saying that in the local elections, the people did not choose an outright majority for any party in metros like Mandela Bay, Tshwane, Johannesburg and Ekurhuleni.
"No one can claim authority and legitimacy and say it [their leadership] is based on the people of these cities. The people rejected us. They said: 'not one of these parties is worth [more]... than 50%'. So, no one is entitled to any mayorship in these metros."
On Saturday DA leader Mmusi Maimane slammed the EFF for its intention to table a motion of no confidence Trollip.
"You may have heard of a small party that is going around saying that they are going to vote us out of government in Nelson Mandela Bay metro," said Maimane at the Mpumalanga provincial Congress in Secunda.
"Now, friends, I can't explain that thinking to you. It is madness. It is insane. But people must ask them what they are thinking. And they must explain to the voters and the residents of Nelson Mandela Bay why they are handing the city back to the corrupt ANC," he said.
Earlier in the week, Malema said he was determined to "punish" the party in Nelson Mandela Bay for rejecting its motion to allow a constitutional review on land expropriation without compensation.
Yesterday, the private security forces of the Orinokia Mall in the city of Puerto Ordaz in Venezuela thwarted a robbery inside the parking lot of the mall when they tried to escape, and two of the three delinquents escaped by jumping over the fence facilities, while the third tried to escape with the car they had in their possession, but they managed to neutralize it and capture it.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) released a propaganda video Sunday to show how supposedly invincible they are. CBS News chose to air parts of the video that the militants captured from a helmet camera worn by one of the four soldiers killed in the ambush in Niger on Oct. 4, 2017 (please note: Viewer discretion is advised). The Pentagon has yet to release a full account of the ambush, and we do not know if the enemy somehow doctored the video, but the video shows in a way no words can express just how outgunned and cut off the Americans were. They were returning from what was supposed to have been a low-risk patrol made up of 11 American and 30 Nigerian soldiers when the ambush hit. At first, they tried to take cover behind their SUV. With one of the soldiers at the wheel, they ran alongside, attempting to escape the kill zone. They fired colored smoke grenades, which would provide some cover, and identify their position to any friendly aircraft overhead. But it would be two hours from the start of the ambush before French aircraft arrived on the scene. These soldiers were on their own. One of them went down. Another rushed to his side and then dragged him back to the cover of the SUV. Their position at the SUV was about to be overrun, so they did the only thing they could -- ran to a location that might provide better cover. Except for the smoke from the grenades and a few scrub trees there was no cover and no escape. The soldier wearing the helmet camera went down. soon the camera stopped moving and some of the enemy fighters come into view. Then a final blast fills the frame from what apparently was a round fired at point blank range. You would expect the enemy not to take prisoners but you would not expect American soldiers to be so exposed without any backup. The Pentagon's investigation into how that happened is expected to be released this week.
The Turkish military looked mighty foolish as their cargo trucks carrying supply for the war crashed during a live broadcast bragging the Turkish military was heading to invade Syria.
A Syrian man murdered his wife in what he considers an honor killing for dishonoring the family by performing 'un-Islamic acts'. The man murdered his wife in front of his children, then recorded this video trying to justify his actions.
White South African farmers will be removed from their land after a landslide vote in parliament.
The country's constitution is now likely to be amended to allow for the confiscation of white-owned land without compensation, following a motion brought by radical Marxist opposition leader Julius Malema.
It passed by 241 votes for to 83 against after a vote on Tuesday, and the policy was a key factor in new president Cyril Ramaphosa's platform after he took over from Jacob Zuma in February.
Mr Malema said the time for 'reconciliation is over'. 'Now is the time for justice,' News24 reported.
'We must ensure that we restore the dignity of our people without compensating the criminals who stole our land.'
VLADIMIR Putin says Russia is developing an "unstoppable" nuclear cruise missile which cannot be intercepted by any anti-missile system on earth.
The newly developed intercontinental ballistic rocket with "unlimited range" was one of several unveiled by the Russian leader in his state of the nation address in Moscow.
They include a nuclear-powered cruise missile, a nuclear-powered underwater drone and new hypersonic missile which apparently have no equivalent.
Footage shown during his speech apparently showed the new "unstoppable" missile heading toward the United States as he promises to "neutralise" America's missile defence.
"Russia remained a nuclear power but no one wanted to listen to us," Putin, 65, told lawmakers. "Listen to us now."
He said the hypersonic intercontinental rocket, known as the Avangard, is capable of travelling 20 times the speed of sound and strike "like a meteorite, like a fireball".
South Africa’s ruling party on Tuesday defended the singing of an apartheid-era song with the words “Kill the Boer” in a row that has raised fears of increasing racial polarisation.
The African National Congress dismissed a ruling by a regional high court last week that uttering or publishing the words would amount to hate speech and violate the constitution put in place after the end of white minority rule.
“These songs cannot be regarded as hate speech or unconstitutional,” ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe told a news conference. “Any judgment that describes them as such is impractical and unimplementable.”
The recent singing of the song by firebrand ANC youth wing leader Julius Malema, who argues that black South Africans have not benefited enough from 16 years of democracy, drew anger from whites and other minority groups.
The lyrics of the song, sung in Zulu, translate as “kill the farmer, kill the Boer”, referring to the former ruling white minority.
“Most people realise that this is a struggle song but many whites cannot help but feel that they are being targeted,” said Marius Roodt a researcher at the South African Institute of Race Relations.
”The ANC needs to be sympathetic to the feelings of minorities especially if there is a perception created that they endorse inflammatory statements.
President Jacob Zuma has repeatedly stressed the importance of reconciliation in what became known as the “Rainbow Nation” after the relatively peaceful transition from apartheid.
LAST month, British woman Sue Howarth and her husband Robert Lynn were woken at 2am by three men breaking into a window of their remote farm in Dullstroom, a small town in the northeast of South Africa, about 240km from the nearest capital city.
The couple, who had lived in the area for 20 years, were tied up, stabbed, and tortured with a blowtorch for several hours. The masked men stuffed a plastic bag down Mrs Howarth’s throat, and attempted to strangle her husband with a bag around his neck.
The couple were bundled into their own truck, still in their pyjamas, and driven to a roadside where they were shot. Mrs Howarth, 64, a former pharmaceutical company executive, was shot twice in the head. Mr Lynn, 66, was shot in the neck.
Miraculously he survived, and managed to flag down a passer-by early on Sunday morning. Mrs Howarth, who police said was “unrecognisable” from her injuries, had multiple skull fractures, gunshot wounds and “horrific” burns to her breasts.
“Sue was discovered amongst some trees, lying in a ditch,” writes Jana Boshoff, reporter for the local Middelburg Observer newspaper. “Her rescuers managed to find her by following her groans of pain and then noticing drag marks from the road into the field.
“Her head was covered with a towel. Her eyes were swollen shut. She was partially clothed with just scraps of her shirt remaining. Her breasts and upper body was bloody. The plastic bag, shoved down her throat, took some effort to remove because her jaw was clamped down tightly.
“How she managed to breathe with the bag in her throat remains a mystery. One of her rescuers later recalled how Sue was unresponsive except for the constant groaning. Whilst the man ran back to the road to see if an ambulance has not arrived yet, she managed to curl one of her arms around her breasts in a last attempt to protect herself.”
She was rushed to hospital and placed on life support, but died two days later. Due to her British nationality, her murder attracted an unusual amount of overseas media attention.
Investigators are looking into an apparent hazmat situation at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall in Ft. Myer, Virginia, after a number of people began feeling sick after opening a letter, officials said.
Arlington Fire, one of the units responding to the scene, said "11 people started feeling ill after the letter was opened" in an administration building. Three patients were hospitalized and were said to be in stable condition.
Nearly 180 people, including 51 children, have been killed in Syria's Eastern Ghouta in just over two weeks, the volunteer White Helmets rescue group said Sunday, as the government steps up its air raids on the country's remaining rebel-held areas.
The death count was announced as more regime strikes were reported over the weekend and as activists posted videos online of rescuers pulling children from the rubble of targeted buildings.
The start of the year has been marked by death and destruction in Eastern Ghouta, an enclave on the outskirts of the capital Damasus.
An unknown number of civilians were killed when Turkish forces shelled a civilian convoy heading out of the war-torn city of Afrin.
Hospitals nearby were inundated with both the injured and dead. This is possibly the 7th war crime committed in just a few days by the Turkish military.
On 20 January NATO-Turkey began the invasion of Syria under the title 'Operation Olive branch 2018'.
On 20 February, fighting broke out between Turkish and Syrian regime troops, which escalated on 22 February 2018 in a drone attack on a Syrian military post or military convoy moving to Afrin, northern Syria.
If you’ve been following much international news, you’ve probably heard that, after literally years of scandal, abuse, and incompetence, South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma was finally forced to resign last week.
This is a big deal for South Africa.
The country has been suffering for nearly a decade under Zuma’s corruption.
And people are certainly hoping that the new President, Cyril Ramaphosa, will represent a positive, new chapter for South Africa.
Yesterday Ramaphosa addressed the nation’s parliament in Cape Town and made clear that his priority is to heal the divisions and injustice of the past, going all the way back to the original European colonists in the 1600s taking land from the indigenous tribes.
Ramaphosa called this “original sin”, and stated that he wants to see “the return of the land to the people from whom it was taken… to heal the divisions of the past.”
How does he plan on doing that?
Confiscation. Specifically– confiscation without compensation.
“The expropriation of land without compensation is envisaged as one of the measures that we will use to accelerate redistribution of land to black South Africans.”
Ramaphosa minced no words: he’s talking about taking land from white farmers and giving it to black South Africans.
Astonishingly, he followed up that statement by saying, “We will handle it in a way that is not going to damage our economy. . .”
Wow, what a relief. For a minute it sounded like South Africa wants to do what Zimbabwe did several years ago.
Oh wait a minute.
That’s exactly what Zimbabwe did.
Seeking to correct similar colonial and Apartheid-era injustices in his country, Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe initiated a land redistribution program in 1999-2000.
If you are curious just how bad these terrorists are that the Turkish government continues to back, watch these terrorists take shots at a fully loaded passenger plane attempting to land at an airport.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Saturday promised to honor a young girl with the Turkish flag if she were to be martyred, during a speech in Kahramanmaraş province.
According to a report by the Ahval news website, among the party members’ cheers of “Chief! Take us to Afrin,” President Erdoğan invited a little girl dressed as a soldier to the podium. “If she is martyred, we will honor her with the flag, God willing,” Erdoğan said.
With 90 percent of Turks supporting a Turkish military operation in the Kurdish-controlled Afrin region of Syria, Erdoğan has been using a gradually more nationalistic tone in his rallies.
Turkey will have three elections in a row in the upcoming year and a half. Pro-government columnist Abdulkadir Selvi argued that support for Erdoğan’s governing party had increased to nearly 50 percent since the Afrin operation was launched.
Several Turkish children in military uniform had saluted President Erdoğan during a speech in the Turkish Parliament last week.
Moreover, Erdoğan talked about the mobilization of reserve units in his speech on Saturday and called on people to check on call-up orders for the military. He has also said he is ready to march with his people when the time comes.
On Jan. 20, the Turkish military launched an operation to fight against the People’s Protection Units/Kurdistan Workers’ Party (YPG/PKK) in the Afrin province of northern Syria. According to the Turkish General Staff, the operation aims to establish security and stability along Turkey’s borders and the region as well as “to protect Syrians from terrorist oppression and cruelty.” The military also said only terror targets were being destroyed and that “utmost care” was being taken to not harm civilians.
Anti-fascist demonstrators clashed with police in Milan on Saturday during a day of nation-wide demonstrations against the far-right Casa Pound party.
Clashes erupted when demonstrators tried to overcome a police cordon in Largo la Foppa in an attempt to enter an adjacent street and form a procession.
Anti-Casa Pound demonstrations took place in Rome and Palermo on the same day, in a tense political climate ahead of the March 4 general elections.
A student with a shotgun made a terrorist threat against East High School on social media, according to Rochester police.
Abigail Hernandez, 21, is charged with making a terroristic threat, a felony. She is currently in the Buffalo Federal Detention Center in Batavia because she is an undocumented immigrant, Rochester Deputy Mayor Cedric Alexander said.
Police said, "The initial threat came from an anonymous Facebook account, which our investigators had to track down and determine the author of the Facebook account.” Hernandez allegedly made the threat at 5:08 p.m. Feb. 15, stating, "I’m coming tomorrow morning and I’m going to shoot all of ya bitches.”
The alleged threat was posted to the East High Facebook page. It has since been taken down.
The Turkish Ministry of Defence released aerial footage on Friday, of its forces' airstrike on a convoy entering the Afrin region through the Ziyara crossing a day earlier.
The U.S. has criticized Russia's 'delaying tactics' on implementing a ceasefire in the besieged Syrian enclave of east Ghouta, as at least 30 people were killed in the latest government airstrikes.
U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley expressed her dismay over the delay on Twitter: 'Unbelievable that Russia is stalling a vote on a ceasefire allowing humanitarian access in Syria,' she said.
At least 462 people have been killed since the bombing intensified last week, including at least 99 children, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said.