The incident took place on the island of Öland. According to reports, the driver refused a man named Muhammed access to his bus, allegedly because of problems with either him or other Muslim passengers in the past.
UK Daily Mail Muhammed said it was not the first time the bus driver had refused to allow Muslim residents at the asylum centre to travel and decided to snap a picture of the man to report him. When the bus reached its next stop, the driver got up and attemped to take his own picture of Muhammed, who responded by covering his face.
He can be heard saying in English: ‘I want a photo of your face’ – before attempting to rip the jacket off of the man’s head.
The infuriated driver started pulling on the man’s clothes, kicking him and repeatedly hitting him on the back of his head as the Muslim whines in pain. The driver was recorded saying “I hate you damn swines.”
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Austria has unveiled plans to build a massive 100km fence along its border to stop the flood of Muslim invaders from crossing into the country. Austria has already passed a controversial new law that restricts the right of asylum and allows most claimants to be rejected directly at the border.
UK Express Engineers in the central European state have finalized plans for the vast barrier, which would stretch along its entire southern border with Hungary. Austria has repeatedly clashed with Brussels over its clampdown on illegal migration and has already put a daily cap on the number of people who can claim asylum.
And earlier this year the country’s parliament voted through a motion allowing it to declare a state of emergency if migrant numbers suddenly rise, meaning it could instantly shut its borders.
The new border fence will mark a considerable escalation in Austria’s physical attempts to bring down migration, with the country only having constructed one small 4km fence along its border with Slovenia to date.
State officials have reached agreements with hundreds of landowners along the 100km stretch of border which will allow the fence to be put up in record time should the number of refugees increase again, according to a police spokesman.
Austria is on the Balkan migration route to the ‘promised lands’ of Germany and Sweden, where most asylum seekers arriving in Europe want to settle and start a better life.
At one point last year the country was brought to its knees by thousands of people crossing its borders every day, but the numbers have tailed off significantly since the EU signed its migrant deal with Turkey.
Only between 20 and 30 migrants arrive in Austria from Hungary every day at the moment but, with the political chaos in Turkey and the possible collapse of the current agreement, the country has decided to take precautions.
The fence will cover just a third of the 300km border between the two countries, but officials have said that they other sections are too remote and difficult to traverse to provide an attractive migration route.
It will be patrolled day and night by troops and police dog teams in the event of a state of emergency being declared, providing an impregnable barrier to the movement of large numbers of people northwards.
Neighbour Hungary is no stranger to border fences, having angered EU officials by building its own 175km fence along its border with Serbia last year when the migrant crisis was at its peak.
But relations between Hungary and Austria have been strained in recent months, with Vienna demanding that Budapest take back several thousand migrants under the Dublin agreement – a request which has so far been refused.
Ibtihaj Muhammad is going to the Olympics not just to win medals but with a different goal in mind: to change the perception of Muslim women. (Not by fitting in with her American team members, but by making herself stand out, dressed in Muslim supremacist attire)
Business Insider “I want people to see that there are Muslim women who challenge the stereotypes and conceptions of what Muslim women are,” Muhammad told Business Insider. (Muslim women in headbags ARE the stereotype)
Muhammad is the first Muslim-American to qualify for the Olympics as someone who wears a hijab, a traditional Muslim headbag. To some, this could simply be glossed over, but the significance of this should not and cannot be lost, especially given the current state of the world.
“I feel that Muslims aren’t always painted in the most positive light,” Muhammad said (Gee, I wonder why?). “I want to hopefully show Muslims a different narrative than what we’re used to hearing.” (As long as there are new Muslim terrorist attacks every week, the narrative will be the same)
She added that she’s seeking to overturn the notion that all Muslim women are “docile, oppressed, that we’re all Arab,” instead wanting to showcase the potential that a Muslim woman has on as grand a stage as the Olympics. (And you actually think you can do that by wearing a symbol of Muslim male oppression of women?)
As a member of the nearly defunct Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People, it’s undeniable that Muhammad’s already done a fair bit of work when it comes to advocating for Muslim women.