Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Tuesday Links

Some things in the news:

From Russia Today, Turkey imposes a curfew on the Kurdish town of Silopi.

From Wired, Turkey gets hacked.

From The Local AT, in Styria, a recent Muslim convert fatally stabs his wife and her sister.  (That's Styria, not Syria.)

In FrontpageMag, Daniel Greenfield discusses "the religion of colonialism".

From Asian Image, a Muslim scholar who toured mosques in Great Britain in 1993 is accused of preaching hate.

From the Express, the same Muslim scholar is believed to have helped inspire the terror attacks in London in 2005.

From Breitbart London, a Muslim migrant allegedly raped a teenage girl during his second day in Sweden.

From The Sun, a Sharia-run "no go zone" appears to have been established in a British jail.

From the International Business Times, a suicide car bomb explodes near a school in Afghanistan.

From BBC News, the government of Azerbaijan and separatists in Nagorno-Karabakh have agreed to a cease-fire.

From CBS Sports, in the NCAA men's basketball championship game Villanova defeats North Carolina on a three-point shot in the final seconds.

From the Detroit Free Press, Ford will invest $1.6 billion to build a new plant in Mexico.

From The Washington Post, the DHS has allegedly misused administrative leave.

From Fox News, scientists try to determine Carthaginian general Hannibal's route through the Alps by analyzing horse manure.

From WGN, Air France stewardesses who object to wearing head scarves on flights to Iran have been given the choice of opting out of those flights.

From Health, how having a baby affects women's hair.

And from the New York Post, the borough of Brooklyn will soon have its first cat cafe.

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