From Assyrian International News Agency, pundits got it wrong on Assad and ISIS.
From The Telegraph, in response to migrant street camps, Parisians threaten a hunger strike.
From Defend Europa, Hungarians erect a crucifix near a Lidl store, in response to the chain's erasing crosses from pictures on their products' packages. (Lidl is based in Germany.)
From Arutz Sheva, anti-Israel protesters in Times Square invoke "the army of Muhammed".
From Haaretz, anti-Israel protesters in Gothenburg, Sweden throw firebombs at a synagogue.
From Breitbart London, the burkini is banned from public swimming pools in Geneva, Switzerland.
From the Daily Mail, Australia breaks out the diversity barriers.
From Russia Today, according to a German intelligence chief, there are more radical Islamists than ever. (How many have been allowed into his country by his own government, I can only wonder.)
From the Sunday Express, the new Czech prime minister warns the E.U. over its immigration policy.
From Townhall, liberals don't like being held to the standards which they set for others.
From The Times Of Israel, Palestinians allegedly throw rocks while hiding behind an ambulance.
From Gatestone Institute, why did ISIS kill Sufi Muslims in the Sinai?
From AhlulBayt News Agency, the Iranian parliament speaker denounces President Trump's decision on al-Quds. ("al-Quds" is the Islamic name for Jerusalem.)
From the New York Post, the Turkish president is likewise not pleased with Trump's decision.