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• This day in WND history: Town bans yellow ribbons
Town bans yellow ribbons March 28, 2003: WND reported how the Fieldsboro, N.J., borough council, made up of all Democrats, unanimously voted to ban commemorative yellow ribbons from public property, causing a huge uproar with residents looking to honor U.S. troops fighting in Iraq. “I’m shocked and outraged,” said resident Diane Johnson. “I can’t believe the [...]
• Reporters ignore FBI stonewall to pursue ludicrous 'scandal'
WASHINGTON – The FBI still hasn’t turned over information on surveillance that Congress asked for nearly two weeks ago as part of its investigation into possible spying by the Obama administration on then-President-elect Trump’s transition team. A source in the House Intelligence Committee confirmed to WND that FBI Director James Comey still has not responded [...]
• Somali refugee in U.S. learns fate for attempted sexual assault
Liban Mohamed, a 39-year-old Somali refugee living in Aberdeen, South Dakota, was sentenced Monday to three years for attempting to sexually assault a severely mentally handicapped woman at a group home. Speaking through an interpreter, Mohamed said he didn’t know English. Yet, he was seen communicating with his lawyer in English. Judge Richard Summers sentenced [...]
• Italy may soon offer women paid 'menstrual leave'
(HEATSTREET) — Italy could soon become the first Western country to offer paid “menstrual leave” to female workers. The proposed law is currently being debated in the country’s parliament. If passed, it would mandate that companies enforce a “menstrual leave” policy and offer three paid days off each month to working women who experience painful [...]
• ISIS kidnaps 197 kids, plans to use them as human shields
(CHRISTIANPOST) — According to the watchdog organization Iraqi Observatory for Human Rights (IOHR), IS (also known as ISIS or ISIL) recently captured 197 children in western Mosul. The organization took to Twitter on Saturday to sound the alarm about IS’ abduction of the children, stating that they were taken near the al-Nouri Grand Mosque in [...]
• Pamela Geller: Obama's FBI 'wanted us dead'
Pamela Geller, a free-speech activist and harsh critic of Islamic supremacism, has charged that the FBI, under Barack Obama, likely wanted her dead. Geller, the author of “Stop the Islamization of America,” said in a radio interview that she based her assessment on a new report that the FBI apparently knew of the planned terrorist attack on the [...]
• Man's last name too 'offensive' for license plate
(CBC) — Mr. Grabher wants his licence plate back. A Dartmouth man is furious that after 25 years the Nova Scotia Registry of Motor Vehicles has cancelled his personalized licence plate with his last name Grabher on it, following a single complaint. Lorne Grabher is of German heritage. He said he bought the plate as [...]
• Internet giants hide London terrorist's final note
(TELEGRAPH) Amber Rudd has vowed to “call time” on internet firms who give terrorists “a place to hide” as it emerged security services are powerless to access Westminster attacker Adrian Ajao’s final WhatsApp message. The Home Secretary said it was “completely unacceptable” that Whats App – which is owned by Facebook – was enabling terrorists [...]
• Dow falls triple digits
(CNBC) U.S. stocks began the week on the wrong foot, trading sharply lower on Monday as enthusiasm about President Donald Trump’s agenda dwindled. The Dow Jones industrial average fell about 130 points, with Goldman Sachs contributing the most losses. The 30-stock index was also on track to post an eight-session losing streak. The S&P 500 [...]
• Islamic group calls for ex-Muslims to be executed
(7NEWS SYDNEY) Federal Police have been called in after an Islamic group called for Muslims to be executed if they leave the religion. At Bankstown Public library on Saturday a leader of the fundamentalist, Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir made the confronting declaration. Now the group could be banned in Australia.