Dozens of homosexual men are disappearing in Chechnya, that is according to a leading opposition newspaper in Russia. Some are allegedly being arrested, tortured and killed by police because of their sexuality.
A report in Novaya Gazeta claims more than 100 people have been detained in an anti-gay campaign, among them well-known television personalities and religious figures.
The Novaya Gazeta article also claimed that three people had been killed, and suggested others could have been handed to their families with the expectation that the family would perform an honour killing.
Attitudes to LGBT rights are mixed in Russia, with a law banning the “propaganda of homosexuality among minors” on the books. But Moscow and other big cities have a thriving gay scene, even if much of it remains underground.
In Chechnya and the other Muslim republics of the North Caucasus, there is no discussion of the issue, and gay men do not even tell their closest friends of their orientation.
A spokesman for the Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, has denied the newspaper report, describing it as “absolute lies and disinformation,” claiming there are no gay people in Chechnya.
At the Council of Europe in Strasbourg=, rapporteur for LGBT people, Jonas Gunnarsson is leading calls for the “alarming reports” to be fully investigated and alleged victims protected.
This 30 minute documentary dives into how CNN and other news networks have consistently used false flag events in order to promote war against countries they want to topple in order to bring about a new world order.
Former British Ambassador to Syria Peter Ford says those calling for intervention in Syria are likes "dogs returning to their own vomit" Peter Ford says he believes it is "highly unlikely" that Russia or the Assad regime was behind the attack in Idlib.
Islamic State in Libya has apparently obtained the nerve agent, sarin - which is a weapon of mass destruction. Akhmed Gaddafi al-Dam, the cousin of the late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, said it in the interview to RT.
'The White Helmets', fake 'Syrian humanitarian group, exposed as an al Qaeda support group headed by a British military man and funded by the US Government. Short documentary by Steve Ezzedine, drawing on research by Vanessa Beeley.
The lying liberal media continues to be silent as Muslim rape gangs continue to spread throughout Europe in an attempt to create as many "Brown babies" as humanly possible in an attempt to change the demographics of the continent. This is what the media refuses to show you despite it happening on a daily basis in many countries that have accepted thousands or even millions of Muslim migrants.
SDF forces were battling Isis terrorists and happened to hit one of them that was stupidly wearing a suicide vest instead of his bulletproof vest. Needless to say, things got rather explosive rather quickly.
Vancouver police arrested at least three antifa counter-protesters, wrestling them to the grass after a large scrum that grew to include dozens of people.
The rally attracted about 200 people, many aboard big motorcycles and bigger trucks. A handful of men packed open-carry pistols on their hips.
It also drew the antifa crowd—bandanna-clad vigilantes by now a common and disruptive sight at anti-Trump and pro-Trump events alike.
Yet another illegal Muslim mosque was found guilty of aiding terrorists in France and Muslims decided to attempt to thwart police's attempts to clear the mosque by linking arms and screaming like children as the police were attempting to arrest those who refuse to comply with their demands.
People who were with black bloc attempted to block a trump supporter from getting into a trump event in Vancouver, WA yesterday. Police made a few arrests at the rally and some smoke bombs were thrown, but overall things were okay.
President Bashar al-Assad has been accused of a sarin gas attack in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib that killed 100 civilians, including at least 11 children, on Tuesday. Doctors treating victims at makeshift hospitals in the area say dozens of victims from Khan Sheikhoun are showing signs of sarin poisoning, including foaming at the mouth, breathing difficulties and limp bodies. Moments after the attack a projectile hit a hospital in the area, bringing down rubble on top of medics as they struggled to treat victims. Syrian opposition activists have claimed the chemical attack was caused by an airstrike carried out either by President Assad's forces or Russian warplanes. Russia's military said its planes did not carry out any strikes near the town. It is believed that another 400 people were injured after being exposed to toxins the attack. The death toll is likely to rise, according to the Union of Medical Care Organizations, a coalition of international aid agencies that funds hospitals in Syria and which is partly based in Paris. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said those killed had died from suffocation and the effects of the gas. The monitor could not confirm the nature of the gas, and said the strike was likely carried out by government warplanes. A senior Syrian security source, however, claims that allegations that Syria's government killed dozens of civilians on Tuesday in a chemical attack on a northwestern rebel-held town are 'false'. 'This is a false accusation,' the source said, adding that opposition forces were attempting to 'achieve in the media what they could not achieve on the ground'. Following news of the attack, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson called the attack a 'war crime', saying that it 'bears all hallmarks of an attack by the regime which has repeatedly used chemical weapons'.
Muslim Migrants engage in an all out brawl with German citizens on the streets of Berlin. Watch as the clash shows chairs, fists and iron bars being hurled relentlessly at the native born citizens on a mostly arab street.
Two suspected terrorists are on the run after a nail bomb planted in a St Petersburg train ripped through the carriages - killing at least 10 people and injury 50 today. Several Russian media outlets have released the CCTV picture of the bearded suspect who was wearing a long, black top and a hat blamed for causing the carnage by detonating a bomb that was packed with shrapnel. The terrifying incident took place on a train that was travelling between Sennaya Ploshchad and Sadovaya metro stations. A second explosive device disguised as a fire extinguisher was found and defused in a nearby station. Nobody has claimed responsibility for the explosion, but previous attacks on Russia have been blamed on ISIS and Chechens. A search warrant has now been issued for two people in connection with the attack - one for planting the bomb which detonated at Sennaya Ploshchad and the other for leaving an explosive device at Ploshchad Revolutsii station. A source said: 'Two people are being sought on suspicion of planning the blasts, one of whom is thought to have placed the explosive device in the metro wagon and the second person for leaving a bomb at the metro station Ploshchad Revolutsii.' Dozens have been injured, including at least three children, as it was reported the man left a briefcase on a train before moving carriages moments before the deadly blast.
Two suspected terrorists are on the run after a nail bomb planted in a St Petersburg train ripped through the carriages - killing at least 10 people and injury 50 today. Several Russian media outlets have released the CCTV picture of the bearded suspect who was wearing a long, black top and a hat blamed for causing the carnage by detonating a bomb that was packed with shrapnel. The terrifying incident took place on a train that was travelling between Sennaya Ploshchad and Sadovaya metro stations. A second explosive device disguised as a fire extinguisher was found and defused in a nearby station. Nobody has claimed responsibility for the explosion, but previous attacks on Russia have been blamed on ISIS and Chechens. A search warrant has now been issued for two people in connection with the attack - one for planting the bomb which detonated at Sennaya Ploshchad and the other for leaving an explosive device at Ploshchad Revolutsii station. A source said: 'Two people are being sought on suspicion of planning the blasts, one of whom is thought to have placed the explosive device in the metro wagon and the second person for leaving a bomb at the metro station Ploshchad Revolutsii.' Dozens have been injured, including at least three children, as it was reported the man left a briefcase on a train before moving carriages moments before the deadly blast. Vladimir Putin is in his hometown of St Petersburg today for talks with the president of Belarus and confirmed 'there are dead and injured', offering his condolences to the families of those killed. The Kremlin leader, who wanted to visit the scene in the aftermath of the attack but was held back by security services, said: 'I have already spoken to the head of our special services, they are working to ascertain the cause of the blasts. 'The causes are not clear, it's too early. We will look at all possible causes, terrorism as well as common crime.' US President Donald Trump described the deadly bomb blast as an 'absolutely terrible thing' that is 'happening all over the world' before a working lunch with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi. The president did not make any further comment on the Monday blast that killed 10 people and injured about 40. There was no immediate claim of responsibility, but Russian trains and planes have been targeted repeatedly by Islamic militants. Interfax news agency cited an unidentified source who says the suspect in Monday's blast might have left the explosive device in a bag. A witnesses told Russia's Life News: 'People were bleeding, their hair burned. We were told to move to the exit, because the movement stopped. People just fled. 'My girlfriend was in the next car that exploded. She said that he began to shake. When she came out, she saw that people were mutilated.' A male eyewitness said: 'It's just like a war here. Every special service is here, the FSB, police, and multiple - really a lot of them - ambulances. 'I don't think I've ever seen to many paramedics in my life. Something completely horrible is happening here.' Eight bodies were recovered from the carriage while two more were found on the platform or were in the tunnel.
At least 10 people have been killed and 50 more injured in explosions in the St Petersburg metro system.
There were blasts in two metro carriages at two stations, St Petersburg emergency services said.
News agency Interfax cited a source as saying at least one of the blasts involved a device filled with shrapnel.
The agency cited the governor's press office saying 50 had been injured.
A Reuters witness saw eight ambulances near the Sennaya Ploshchad metro station while local media reported the nearby Institute of Technology station was also affected.
Russia's anti-terrorism committee confirmed at least 10 people had been killed.
All metro stations in St Petersburg have been closed, Interfax reported, citing metro staff.
Investigators are looking into a possible terror attack and other theories for the St Petersburg subway blast, Mr Putin said.
He was visiting the city and was expected to hold talks with the Belarusian president later in the day.
The Russian President expressed his condolences to the families of the victims.
The Moscow metro has increased its security after the blasts in St Petersburg.
"The Moscow metro is taking up additional security measures in the framework of the federal law on Russia’s transport security," a statement posted Telegram said.
"Authorities of the Moscow metro are ready to provide any assistance to the St Petersburg metro if needed."
This European born terrorist group, Antifa, has now spread to North America, and the leftist governments and their media outlets are doing all they can to hide the truth. Here is what REALLY happened in Toronto during the protests.
This clip illustrates the real beliefs of the so called "moderate" islamic groups in the United States including Cair, Council on American-Islamic Relations. The realities may shock many people when you consider that this is about as "moderate" as islam gets.
Listen to this Muslim man being interviewed detail how he's going to join Isis now that he's been deported from Germany. Clearly this man was one step away from becoming a terrorist while already in the nation of Germany if this is all it took for him the side with some of the most gruesome terrorists on the planet.
Protests outside the AIPAC conference in Washington, DC, turned violent when a 55-year-old Palestinian-American man was beaten. At one point, one of the attackers used an American flag to assault the man.
A Group of 6 SAA soldiers were evacuating from Brigade 52 in #Daraa when they were interrupted by a terrorist group on the way. The soldiers faked that they are surrendering, then they took the right moment and opened fire on the terrorists.
In a sad display of how quickly the UK is going downhill, a video showing police actually enforcing Sharia law is making waves around not just Britain, but the world. Scaring populations into the truth about Islamist coming into their nation, it's an Invasion!
WAKE UP!!! Obama has sold us out. Its time to remove Obama from office, he is trying to destroy the great country of America. He is a traitor and a liar, he works for the Muslim terrorists, he supports them, and supplies them weapons of mass destruction, through the CIA and secret organizations. He is also selling us out to the United Nations, who want to try and control us, by taking away all our guns. The UN is Sharia and Luciferian based doctrine. Basically they are backed by the DEVIL himself. NO JOKE FOLKS. The UN are basically a criminal organization, that want total control over the entire world. They want their god lucifer to be at the head of all things. THIS IS NO JOKE FOLKS. They hate Christians and true Jews, we are the only ones that stand in their way.
The 42 Christians who were accused of lynching two Muslims in Pakistan have reportedly been told they will be acquitted if they convert to Islam.
The group have been charged with murdering two men after suicide blasts targeted two churches in the heavily Christian area of Youhanabad, Lahore, in March 2015.
They were allegedly told their acquittal was 'guaranteed' if they renounced Christianity - despite one of the accused insisting he would rather be hanged that convert.
Rights activist Joseph Franci is legally assisting the accused during the trial at an anti-terrorism court.
He said Deputy District Public Prosecutor Syed Anees Shah made the acquittal offer, The Express Tribune reported.
'He asks them if they embrace Islam, he can guarantee them their acquittal in this case,' Franci told the Pakistani newspaper.
Franci claimed the Christians were shocked - with one even saying he was ready to be hanged if he was forced to embrace Islam.
Naseeb Anjum Advocate, counsel for some of the accused, claimed the prosecutor Shah had made the same offer six months ago but it was ignored.
'They [lawyers] believe in independence of the court, but why is the DDPP blackmailing them?' he said.
'The government should get rid of such elements that bring bad name to the state by such acts.'
The newspaper claimed Shah denied the claims when he was first contacted.
It alleged that when he was told there was footage of him offering the acquittal deal, conceded that he may have 'offered them a choice'.
Bombs outside two churches in the Pakistani city of Lahore killed 14 people and wounded nearly 80 during Sunday Mass in March 2015.
Witnesses said quick action by a security guard prevented many more deaths.
Many in Youhanabad's mostly Christian community are said to have believed the two men were involved in planning the bombings.
One man is facing charges after he struck an officer for attempting to restrain him following a commotion in Muncie.
It happened just before 2 p.m. Saturday inside a Goodwill store when officers were responding to a call for a fight.
Upon arrival, officials found 24-year-old Khalid Bilal confronting store employees.
According to reports, Bilal then went on to break an officer’s hand after an attempt to place Bilal into custody.
Bilal was later tased after charging another officer that arrived on scene. After the tasing, the officer was eventually able to corral Bilal into handcuffs. The suspect then began to kick the officer repeatedly with both legs, causing authorities to shackle his legs.
Reports stated that Bilal was yelling “Allah Akbar” throughout the ordeal.
One customer told 24-Hour News 8 she was scared for her life. She was inside the store shopping with her three children when she heard a man screaming at the front.
“A guy had become very irate and was screaming at one of the employees and then grabbed him by the collar and start pushing him and screaming are you scared,” said Chasity Fraley, customer.
“He was just so full of rage and violence I never seen anything like that before,” Fraley added.
Another day of news dominated by refugee and Black Central African crimes. In this event a tradie helps a petrol station attendant during a robbery by an African Gang in Hampton Park, Melbourne.
Nine News. African Bandits Rampage Petrol Station.
The South African farm attacks (Afrikaans: plaasmoorde; "plaas" = farm, "moorde" = murders) are an ongoing trend of violent attacks on farmers in South Africa. Between 1994 and March 2012, there had been 361,015 murders in all of South Africa and between 1990 and March 2012, there had been 1,544 murders on South African farms of which 208 of the victims were black.
Many white farmers perceive the attacks to be racially motivated. Fact checking organisation Africa Check has stated that black and coloured farmowners account for less than 38.4% of victims of farm attacks, while accounting for 89% of South Africa's population. Although definitive statistics on the race of farmowners are not available, estimates suggest that, for example, only some 2.96% of farms in the Free State Province are "black-owned", regardless of the proportion of South Africans who are Black. Johan Burger of the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) has stated that attacks were not motivated by race but by greed. Moreover, the South African Police Service has declared that there is no evidence of organised attacks. The disbandment of the predominantly rural South African Commando System has been linked to the escalating level of farm attacks.
Sina Dehghan, a 21-year-old man, was sentenced in Iran to death over criticizing Islam. He was arrested by security forces on October 21, 2015, at a military barracks in Tehran. Dehghan was charged under article 262 of Iran’s Islamic Penal Code for ‘insulting the prophet’ of Islam; a criminal charge which is punishable by death.
Dehghan was convicted at the Penal Court of the city of Arak over critical comments he had made against Islam and the Quran on the LINE instant messaging application.
LINE had announced in late 2015 that it added an end-to-end encryption to its mobile messaging app; therefore it is unclear how Dehghan’s messages have reached the possession of the Iranian police. In 2016, Iranian authorities pressured the instant messaging app Telegram ‘to cooperate in censorship or face blocking’. The company was given one year to comply with the Supreme Council on Cyberspace’s demand to store data on Iranian users within the country.
An informed source told the Center of Human rights in Iran:
“During his interrogation, Sina was told that if he signed a confession and repented, he would be pardoned and let go. Unfortunately, he… accepted the charges. Then they sentenced him to death. Later he admitted that he signed the confession hoping to get freed”
OGN’s Bilal Abdul Kareem visited the refugee camps in Syria to see how the women of the country feel about the men who have left and are seeking refuge in Europe and other places. This is what they said…
This Muslim migrant was caught in the act raping a Chinese woman right on the side of the street and was beaten until he was unconscious laying in the streets for cops to come arrest.
External influences affect the area as well, he said, noting Russia and China specifically as attempting to shift alliances in the region. “The point that I would emphasize to you is that while there may be other more strategic or consequential threats or regions in our world, today, the central region has come to represent the nexus for many of the security challenges our nation faces,” Votel said.
More riots erupt in France as anti-police leftists take to the streets and calls complete chaos by burning vehicles, torching buildings, and other forms of civil unrest in response to a police shooting of a man armed with scissors attacking cops.
South African UTC students in Cape Town have burned art, books, literature, paintings and anything connected to the "White Devil" that has allegedly been oppressing them in a movement called "Rhodes Must Fall". Black students drenched historic paintings and writings in gasoline, set art and books dating back centuries on fire, purposefully vandalized property of the university, sprayed graffiti like "the apes are loose" and threatened the lives of Whites in the area. They sang and danced in celebration of destroying "white colonizer art" and "throwing off the shackles of the white oppression". They later went on to set buses and offices on fire.
Self proclaimed "Social Justice Warriors" in the West are currently celebrating on Twitter that "Africa is finally being decolonized" and the "White Man" is finally getting what he deserves - apparently complete annihilation of his history and