Peaceful Protesters Trample And Burn Israeli Flag

From Israelly-Cool:
Yesterday, the day after a grandfather and two of his children were brutally murdered by a palestinian Arab while sitting down for their Friday night Shabbat dinner, Israel haters around the world demonstrated against metal detectors at entrances to the Temple Mount Jews’ exercising their right to defend themselves from mass slaughter (again).

One such demonstration was in London, where some pro-Israel folk decided to hold a spontaneous and peaceful vigil outside the Israeli embassy to honour the memory of the terror victims. They were greeted with antisemitic chants and Hizbullah flags, before some charged at the pro-Israel group, stole one of their Israeli flags and burned it, as one of the activists (Ambrosine Shitrit) writes, “a shell-shocked undermanned police force barricaded us from the extremists and led us to safety.”

Here you can see the protesters trampling on and burning the flag. Not the age of one of the flag desecrators.

Calais Migrants Bash Truck Driver Over Head With Brick

From Express:
BRITISH drivers were last night warned not to stop their vehicles near the port of Calais after a gang of migrants hijacked a lorry.

In a new escalation of violence among migrants in the area desperate to get to Britain, a violent mob pounced on a trucker.

They hit him around the head with a brick and left him for dead before stealing his vehicle.

It is thought the gang seized an opportunity to try to smuggle dozens of illegals into the UK but their brazen attempt failed when the vehicle was stopped before reaching the port.

The worrying incident has sparked a warning over trucks and tourists vehicles stopping near the port with tens of thousands of families currently driving through northern France on holiday.

Richard Burnett, chief executive of the Road Haulage Association, said: “This news from Calais is extremely disturbing and comes as a stark warning to UK drivers that migrants will stop at nothing to reach our shores.

"This latest method of hijacking is new and clearly shows these people will stop at nothing to cross the Channel.”

The driver stopped near Marck on the A16 motorway outside Calais and noticed a group of migrants trying to clamber into his truck.

When he left his cab to inspect the damage he was attacked before the gang hijacked his lorry and drove off towards the port, leaving him bleeding on the floor.

The gang was stopped by police five miles away.

The unnamed driver is in hospital with a serious head injury.

British truckers were notified of the horrific attack via the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service whose alert has now been moved to red, its highest level, meaning a clear and present security risk.

Charlie Elphicke, Tory MP for Dover, said: “This sickening attack shows the extreme lengths people will take to break into Britain.

“Hard-working lorry drivers must be protected from brutal assaults like this. Tourists and truckers must be safe on the road to Calais.

“Whether it’s using small aircraft or stealing lorries, trafficking gangs are using ever more disturbing tactics to smuggle migrants across the English Channel. That’s why we need a crackdown on these ruthless people traffickers and end their evil trade of modern slavery.”

Ukip MEP Bill Etheridge said: “This incident was horrific and needs to be a wake up call to those who refuse to deal with the continuing migrant crisis in Calais.”

Friday night’s vicious assault and robbery comes a month after a van driver was killed in a crash caused when migrants built a makeshift barricade on the same motorway.

"It is believed nine Eritreans blockaded the road so they could stow away on UK-bound lorries.

Fourteen Year Old Girl Raped Everyday By Caliphate Member

From Daily-Mail:
A Yazidi schoolgirl has revealed her horrifying story of how she was kidnapped and used as a sex slave by ISIS fighters when she was just 14.

Ekhlas was captured along with thousands of Yazidi women when ISIS jihadis swept through northern Iraq in 2014.

She tried to escape to Mount Sinjar, where 50,000 members of the long-persecuted sect had fled.

Schoolgirl tells how she fled ISIS after being held captive

But, talking to Victoria Derbyshire, she revealed how she was raped every day for six months by jihadis.

Now 16, Ekhlas said: 'My life was beautiful but two hours changed my life. They came with their black flag. They killed our men and raped our girls.

'They killed my father in front of my own eyes. I saw blood on their hands. All I heard was screaming and crying, everyone was starving, they weren't feeding anyone.

'I saw a man who was over 40 take a 10-year-old girl. The girl was screaming. I'll never forget those screams.'

Ekhlas was chosen as a sex slave out 150 girls by a jihadi when he drew lots and kept for six months.

She said: 'He was so ugly, like a beast, with his long hair. He smelt so bad. I was so frightened I couldn't look at him.

'Every day for six months he raped me. I tried to kill myself. How am I telling you this without crying? I tell you I ran out of tears.'

But Ekhlas managed to remain strong because she said, 'my smile was my weapon'.

She managed to miraculously escape her abuser when he was out fighting and found her way to a refugee camp.

There she met Jacqueline Isaac, an American lawyer, and was resettled in Germany three months later.

Jacqueline said: 'When I first met her, her head was down, all of their heads were down. There was no eye contact in the beginning.'

Ehklas is now receiving therapy at a psychiatric hospital for her trauma, but she says she wants to be a lawyer in the future.

She added: 'You probably think I am as strong as a rock but I want you to know I am wounded inside. I have my pain and it's like 100 deaths.'

Nearly 10,000 Yazidis were killed or captured when ISIS took over Mount Sinjar in the summer of 2014.

An estimated thirty per cent of that number were executed by gunshot, beheading or being burned alive.

The Yazidis are a predominantly ethnic Kurdish group, and have managed to keep their religion alive for centuries, which is rumoured to have been derived from Zoroastrianism.

This has given them the reputation in the Middle East for being 'devil-worshipers', and they were subject to 72 genocidal massacres during the 19th and 19th centuries alone.

Around fifteen per cent of the population in Iraq fled the country to seek asylum in Europe during the ISIS rampage.

The plight of the Yazidis, along with ISIS' whirlwind advance through Iraq, brought international attention to the region.

Three years later the group has been forced from its last major Iraqi stronghold of Mosul by a combination of Iraqi ground forces and coalition airstrikes.

Stabbing At British Prison For Allah

From Mirror:
A prisoner allegedly shouted “this is for Allah” before slashing the throat of a jail guard and an inmate - then went on to attack a second prison officer at another jail two days later.

The suspected Islamic extremist is alleged to have used the same phrase uttered by the London Bridge attackers when they murdered seven people with knives and a van.

It comes after Prime Minister, Theresa May, warned in the aftermath of the London atrocity last month of violent extremists carrying out copycat attacks “often using the crudest means”.

The violent incident left the prison officer and a fellow lag needing hospital treatment after they were both attacked with a blade at HMP Weyland in Norfolk on Friday afternoon.

Prison bosses are probing how the thug was able to attack a second officer two days later on Sunday after being moved to another jail.

Detectives from Norfolk police are investigating both incidents but so far no arrests have been made.

An official source said the suspect was not serving a sentence for a terror related offence, raising the prospect he had been radicalised in jail.

Questions have been raised over why the alleged attacker was not held in a high risk unit for people who have been radicalised.

A second source confirmed that witnesses say the attacker shouted: “This is for Allah” during the first attack.

The suspect was transferred to HMP Lincoln where he slashed the second prison officer on Sunday, this time with a sharpened piece of masonry, it is claimed, leaving the officer with minor injuries.

One source said of the suspect: “He was voicing extreme views. He said ‘only white people should die’ and ‘This is for Allah’ as he did it.

“He should have gone to a high risk unit for people who have been radicalised. Especially after the first incident at HMP Wayland - he should not have just been transferred to HMP Lincoln.”

A Norfolk police spokeswoman said: “Police are investigating a serious assault which happened at HMP Wayland, near Thetford, on Friday (21 July). The incident happened at about 1.30pm when a prisoner attacked another inmate and a prison officer with a bladed weapon. Both victims suffered cuts which required hospital treatment. The suspect involved was moved to HMP Lincoln where he was involved in another assault against a prison officer on Sunday 23 July (minor injury). “Investigations are ongoing.”

The source said the attacks came amid a background of savage cuts to prison budgets.

The insider said: “This is all happening as prisons...don’t have enough staff - there are big problems in the prison system.”

The source said the HMP Bedford riot involving 230 inmates in November last year showed the service was under strain -and referred to two other incidents this weekend alone - one at HMP Hewell where riot squads were sent in and HMP Aylesbury young offenders institute.

A prison officer was taken to hospital with minor injuries after an “incident” at HMP Hewell near Redditch, Worcestershire, late on Saturday night. Specially trained prison security teams arrived after a “small number” of inmates at the category B jail were involved in the disturbance.

At HMP Aylesbury Young Offenders Institute, violence broke out on Friday night leaving a ‘number of staff’ and an imate needing hospital treatment.

Years of savage government cuts have seen the prison service stretched to its limits.

Budgets have been slashed by a reported £700 million since 2010 and the number of prison officers has fallen by some 7,000 to 18,000 during that period.

The chief inspector of prisons, Peter Clarke, found a 38% increase in assaults on staff in a report released earlier this month.

He said suicides have doubled since 2013 to 113, and 21 out of 29 local and training prisons rated poor or not sufficiently good for safety.

Staffing levels in many jails are too low to keep order and maintain standards, he said.

A Ministry of Justice spokesman said: “We do not tolerate any violence against our hardworking staff. When incidents like this occur we will always work closely with the police to push for the strongest possible punishment.

“We have referred both of these incidents to the police and it would be inappropriate to comment further at this stage.”

Religion of Peace Activists Went Door To Door Killing Christians

From Christian-Today:
Seven Christians have been killed in Kenya by al-Shabaab militants, according to International Christian Concern.

The killings took place earlier this month in three separate villages. Three policemen were killed in the first raid, when 200 militants attacked Pandanguo village in Lamu county. Three days later 15 of them returned and attacked the villages of Jima and Poromoko.

Locals contacted by ICC said they went from door to door and killed the Christian men. The Christian families have been evacuated and are staying at a church in the nearby Witu town.

The church's head pastor, Henry Divayo, said the attackers had been targeting Christians living in Lamu County especially farmers in the interior areas where small-scale agriculture thrives.

The militants had been asking the villagers to produce their identification cards. 'If you were found to be a Christian you would be shot or slaughtered,' he said.

He explained that victims had been evacuated to camps where food and security is provided by government and the Kenya Red Cross. 'We are hosting more than 200 people in our church and we expect the number to increase as more families are evacuated from Boni Forest,' he said.

'The government has been in the forefront in giving security to churches but a lot more needs to be done,' Divayo continued. 'We need more well equipped police officers in churches, schools and hospitals.'

Al-Shabaab is based in Somalia but has raided Kenyan villages across the border. It was also responsible for the attack on Garissa University in April 2015 where 148 Christian students were killed.

ICC's Regional Manager for Africa, Nathan Johnson, said: 'The Kenyan government must provide safety and stability to all of its people. They must end al-Shabaab's reign of terror that has been thriving on the border with Somalia. We pray for the families of the deceased and for peace to come to a region that has seen such violence towards Christians. We hope that Kenya's government can take effective action to rid Kenya of these terrorist actions.'

Woman Killed With Acid For Refusing Sex To Cousin

From Tribune:
The family of an acid attack victim staged a protest against doctors of Civil Hospital, Shujaabad, accusing them of delaying a post-mortem for at least 18 hours that caused the deceased’s body to decay.

M*, 32, a resident of Mouza Khanpur Qazia in Sikandarabad succumbed to injuries on Sunday night at Nishtar Hospital in Multan, a day after her cousin Kashif, 28, attacked her with acid for refusing to get involved in an illicit relationship with him, police told The Express Tribune.

According to SHO city police station, Kashif had been threatening M*, who married J* three years ago, of grave consequences if she did not comply with his demands. On Saturday night, he entered her house when she was alone and threw acid on her, burning her face, body.

M* was first taken to the Civil Hospital in Shujaabad but was later moved to Nishtar Hospital in Multan. Doctors said 70 per cent of her body was wounded in the attack.

After her death, her husband J* moved her body to Civil Hospital in Shujaabad for post mortem, however, his request was denied due to absence of doctors.

In protest, the family of the deceased placed the body outside the hospital. They called to expedite the process so the body could be buried without further decomposition. Speaking to The Express Tribune, J* said the “body has started to decompose due to the delay in post-mortem.”

“We have been protesting for the post-mortem to take place early since the last 18 hours,” he said. “The post-mortem is necessary for legal action against the culprit but there is no doctor at the hospital.”

The demonstration led to a three-hour long traffic jam, persuading SHO City Police Station to rush to the scene to negotiate with the protestors. After promising legal action against the suspect, the SHO managed to disperse the crowd.

An FIR has been registered against Kashif under section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) at the city police station, SHO told The Express Tribune. He added that the suspect had been arrested and further investigations were underway.

Assyrian Man Kidnapped And Killed In Syria

From Aina:
The body of an Assyrian man, Dr. Basil Isaac, was found two days ago in a village eight kilometers west of Hasaka, three days after he was kidnapped. He died from a gun shot to the head. He was buried in his home village of Tel Shamiram. Dr. Isaac was the former dean of the farming college and deputy dean of the school of education at Euphrates University in Syria.

No ransom was demanded by the kidnappers, whose identity is unknown.

Tel Shamiram is one of the 35 Assyrian villages on the Khabur river in the Hasaka province that was captured by ISIS in 2015 (AINA 2015-02-23). 253 Assyrians were kidnapped and ransomed out in the following year. ISIS was subsequently driven out of the villages.

Taliban Bike Bomb Killings In Lahore

From BBC:
At least 26 people have been killed in a car bombing in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore, officials say.

More than 50 others were injured in the explosion on the busy Ferozepur Road close to a vegetable market in the south of the city.

The Pakistani Taliban said it was behind the explosion.

Reports suggest it was a suicide bomber on a motorbike, and the target may have been police working in the area. Police officers are among the dead.

Windows were blown out in nearby buildings by the force of the blast.

Eyewitness Sher Dil, who works at an office near the site, said he heard a "deafening blast".

The market was full of police at the time because officers had been sent to clear stalls that had illegally spilled into the road.

"We suspect that he (the suicide bomber) came on a motorcycle and he rammed it into a police checkpoint," Lahore police operations chief Haider Ashraf told Reuters.

Rescue workers have transferred the wounded to hospital, and police and army troops were sent to contain the scene.

Pakistan's president, prime minister and army chief have all expressed their sorrow and condolences for the loss of life.

It is the latest in a series of explosions in Lahore in recent months.

In April, the Pakistani Taliban said they had carried out an attack on workers conducting a government census.

A Taliban faction said it was behind a bomb attack in Lahore in February which killed 13 people and wounded more than 80.

The Pakistani Taliban is loosely allied with Afghanistan's Taliban insurgents, but targets the Pakistani government.

At Least Eight killed By Female Suicide Bombers

From Fox-News:
At least eight people were killed after female suicide bombers attacked two displaced persons camps in northeastern Nigeria's main city Monday, a civilian self-defense group said.

The attack started late Sunday night and left another 15 people wounded, spokesman Bello Danbatta with the Civilian-JTF group told The Associated Press.

Danbatta said one bomber sneaked into the Dalori camp and detonated, while two other attackers exploded on or near the camp's perimeter fence. Another bomber detonated early Monday morning.

The late-night ambush was the first major attack on a displaced persons camp in Maiduguri, the birthplace of the Boko Haram extremist insurgency.

The bombings occurred a few days after Nigeria's army chief of staff issued a 40-day deadline for troops to flush out Boko Haram's leader and finish off the extremist group.

Boko Haram often targets the city with suicide bombers and increasingly has been using female ones. Late last year, Nigeria's government declared the group "crushed" but dozens of such attacks have been carried out this year.

Thousands of people continue to shelter in camps after being forced from their homes by Boko Haram.

The late-night ambush was the first major attack on a displaced persons camp in Maiduguri, the birthplace of the Boko Haram extremist insurgency.

The bombings occurred a few days after Nigeria's army chief of staff issued a 40-day deadline for troops to flush out Boko Haram's leader and finish off the extremist group.

Boko Haram often targets the city with suicide bombers and increasingly has been using female ones. Late last year, Nigeria's government declared the group "crushed" but dozens of such attacks have been carried out this year.

Thousands of people continue to shelter in camps after being forced from their homes by Boko Haram.

Killings In Kabul Car Bomb Attack

From CNN:
The Taliban have claimed responsibility for a car bombing in Kabul that left at least 29 people dead, as the Islamist fundamentalist group ratchets up an offensive across Afghanistan.

The blast happened at around 6:40 a.m. Monday (10:10 p.m. ET Sunday) when a Toyota Corolla exploded in the city's west, Afghan Interior Ministry spokesman Najib Danish told CNN.
It is the latest in a string of attacks in recent days by the Taliban, which said it had captured two districts in northern and central Afghanistan at the weekend.

An Afghan security official inspects the scene of the bombing on Monday.
Marines facing 'discouraging' challenges in Afghanistan
In a statement released by Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid, the group said the Kabul bomb's target was a bus carrying Afghan intelligence staff, but Danish said that all the victims were civilians, including some employees of the Ministry of Mining and Petroleum. Women and children were among the dozens injured, Danish said.
Saleem Rasooli, head of Kabul hospitals, put the death toll at 29 and said at least 40 others were injured in the blast.

A witness told CNN he saw injured people in the streets and others yelling in the bombing's aftermath.
"In the morning I was sleeping when I heard a loud boom, which woke me up," said 33-year-old Safiullah, who gave only his first name.

An injured man is transported after the attack in western Kabul on Monday.
He looked out of a window in his home and saw plumes of smoke rising from the site as people ran in a panic.
Afghanistan's Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah and President Ashraf Ghani both condemned the attack.
"I strongly condemn the terrorist attack on civil servants in Kabul today," Abdullah said in a tweet.
"Our security institutes will hold perpetrators accountable."

Ghani's office said in statement: "The enemy of Afghanistan can't face our forces in battle field so they target innocent civilians."
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned the attack, saying "the deliberate targeting of civilians constitutes a grave violation of human rights and international humanitarian law and may constitute a war crime."

Afghan men rest in hospital after being injured in the attack.
The uptick in violence comes as President Donald Trump mulls sending more US troops to Afghanistan, amid no signs that the Taliban is weakening.
There are about 8,400 US troops in the country at the moment. The US counterterrorism mission there, which also fights ISIS, is separate from a NATO-led effort to train, advise and assist the Afghan army and police force to fight the Taliban.
More than 1,600 civilians were killed in Afghanistan in the first half of the year, UN figures show, a record high in the 16-year war.