Can’t we get more of this “diversity” here? Turkish teenager who plotted to blow up gay club in Frankfurt arrested

German police in the state of Hesse arrested a teenager in September for plotting an Islamic terror attack on a gay club and church in the city of Frankfurt.
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No! An immigrant Muslim terrorist? What a shock! Who would have guessed?

The man arrested on suspicion of carrying out a terrorist attack at the UK Parliament on Tuesday has reportedly been identified as 29-year-old Salih Khater.

The man, a Sudan-born British national, has been identified by a European security source, Reuters reports. It added he was not known to security services before Tuesday.

Remember the old Mexican man beaten by a woman with a brick? Did you assume his assailant was White? Think again, and thank the British press.

Rodolfo Rodriguez, a 92-year-old Mexican grandfather was taking a stroll around his Los Angeles neighborhood when his family says he was viciously attacked with a brick by five people.
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Le Monde publishes Macron’s plan to reform Islam in France!

(ANSAmed) – PARIS, JULY 5 – A confidential statement to French President Emmanuel Macron by one of his closest collaborators and published Thursday by French daily Le Monde outlines a plan to regulate Islam by making financing transparent and better integrating the community based on the principles of French social and economic life.

The plan was drawn up by Macron collaborator Hakim El Karoui, and provides for the creation of an association managed by French Muslims that will train and pay the imams, remodel the mosques and manage communication.

It will be financed by a tax on halal food products and on pilgrimages to Mecca, as well as by a tax exemption on donations by followers.(ANSAmed).
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Hey! We are happy to host Jihadists, but we draw the line at nuns! Iraqi Sister who fled Islamic State is denied entry to Britain.

An Iraqi Sister who was forced to flee Islamic State in 2014 has been denied entry to Britain for a second time.

Sister Ban Madleen previously applied for a UK visa to visit her sick sister but was refused permission in March. A second application for a month-long trip to see her sister and sister’s family was denied earlier this month.

A letter from the UK Visas and Immigration division of the Home Office said she had not satisfied immigration rules – in essence, not proving she had sufficient funds and that she was genuinely seeking to visit her family rather than trying to make Britain her main home. (It cited immigration rules V4.2 and V4.3.)
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