Cops fake hooked nose + India's Muslim omit + Trump scolds Jews + Rohingya genocide

Gwen Stefani’s ‘strict religion is stopping her from marrying Blake Shelton’: Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton ‘aren’t allowed to marry due to her faith’. The couple has been dating for four years and is ready to take it to the next level but The Roman Catholic Church won’t allow remarriage after a divorce unless the earlier marriage is annulled. An insider told PEOPLE: ‘Blake was very serious about Gwen right from the start, and early on he thought about proposing. ‘ With the process of annulling her previous marriage to Gavin Rossdale being so lengthy, the source says a church ceremony ‘isn’t possible currently’... (MORE)

Jewish woman accuses cops of giving her anti-Semitic ‘hooked nose’ in ID photo: A Jewish woman claims police officers in Sweden blatantly doctored her identification photo to give her an anti-Semitic “hooked nose.” Annika Hernroth-Rothstein, 38, said she went to a Stockholm police station to take a photo for her ID but was shocked when she was handed the new card with what appeared to an altered nose, Metro UK reported. [...] Swedish authorities acknowledged that it’s possible to manipulate the digital photos and said they’re investigating Hernroth-Rothstein’s allegations, Metro UK reported... (MORE)

India passes historic citizenship bill that excludes Muslims: India’s ruling Hindu nationalist government has won parliamentary approval for a controversial law that would make it easier for refugees of certain faiths from neighbouring countries to gain citizenship, but not Muslims. The Citizenship Amendment Bill seeks to grant Indian nationality to Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jains, Parsis and Sikhs who fled Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan before 2015. Critics say the law undermines the country’s secular constitution. The opposition party has described it as driven by “bigotry and narrow-minded exclusion” and it has been condemned by rights activists and Islamic groups, sparking violent protests... (MORE)

‘King’ Trump lashes US Jews for not loving Israel enough (Yvonne Ridley): Rabid Zionist Donald Trump has proved once again that you can stand up in a room full of Jewish supporters and spew out anti-Semitic tropes with complete immunity as long as you give unconditional support to Israel. The US President, who earlier this year embraced the title “King of Israel”, has now accused American Jews of not “loving Israel enough.”

Addressing the Israeli American Council national conference in Florida, Trump first launched a blistering attack on the Democrat Congresswoman Ilhan Omar for what he called her “despicable rhetoric” about Israel, before unleashing a series of turbo-charged anti-Semitic tropes at his largely Jewish audience. American Jews were questioned over their loyalty towards the Zionist State as Trump said: “We have to get the people of our country, of this country, to love Israel more, I have to tell you that. We have to do it. We have to get them to love Israel more because you have Jewish people that are great people – they don’t love Israel enough.”

Imagine the furore by the largely pro-israel media and rival political parties in Britain if such words had been spoken by Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, whose party has been embroiled by accusations of anti-Semitism ever since he became leader in 2015. Such accusations, it must be said, originate largely because of Corbyn’s pro-Palestine stance. However, the US President’s use of anti-Semitic tropes continues to go more or less unchallenged by Republicans and Zionists alike, as well as the mainstream media...

Myanmar charged with genocide of Rohingya Muslims: 5 essential reads: Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi is defending Myanmar in court against accusations of genocide. According to a case brought by the country of Gambia at the United Nations’ International Court of Justice, the Myanmar military in August 2017 carried out a systematic, targeted campaign of terror, rape and murder against its Muslim population.

UN investigators say as many as 10,000 Rohingya – a Muslim minority in this Buddhist-majority nation – were killed. Another 730,000 Rohingya fled the massacre for Bangladesh, joining 300,000 Rohingya who had previously fled oppression in Myanmar. Suu Kyi said during hearings at the Hague on Dec. 11 that the charge of genocide is “misleading” because “cycles of intercommunal violence” in Myanmar date “back to the 1940s.” The Myanmar military explains its campaign as a counter-terrorism effort against a violent Rohingya extremist group. The Conversation has been following the Rohingya crisis closely. Here’s what you need to know about this persecuted Muslim group... (MORE - details)

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