American police arrest the perpetrator who burned two mosques to "terrorize the Muslim community"! American police arrest the perpetrator who burned two mosques to "terrorize the Muslim community"!

American police arrest the perpetrator who burned two mosques to "terrorize the Muslim community"!

American police arrest the perpetrator who burned two mosques to "terrorize the Muslim community"!  Minneapolis police have arrested a man suspected of starting two fires that destroyed two mosques in the city last week in what the police chief called an "attempt to terrorize our Muslim community." Police Chief Brian O'Hara announced the arrest of 36-year-old Jackie Rahm-Little on Sunday morning, but did not provide details on how he was arrested.  He was charged with second-degree arson after setting fire to the two mosques on April 23 and 24, and an arrest warrant was issued against him.  "Houses of worship must be safe places. Setting fire to a sacred facility, where families and children gather, is incredibly inhumane. This level of blatant hatred will not be tolerated in our great city," O'Hara said in a statement.  For their part, leaders of the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations praised the arrest after the fires that disturbed the Muslim community in the region. "This arrest brings some relief to our community, which has been in a state of tension for the past week. We hope to learn more about the suspect's motives and any potential accomplices who may have incited him to burn our houses of worship," said the council's executive director, Jilani Hussain.     A medical team is always following him Pope Francis reveals the fact that he has a "severe and strong" disease  Pope Francis revealed that the health ailment he suffered in late March was "severe and severe pneumonia," confirming in statements he made during his return from Hungary today, Sunday, his intention to continue his trips abroad. And a source in the Vatican reported on March 29 that Pope Francis, 86, was admitted to the hospital for “further medical examinations,” before the Holy See announced that he had a “respiratory infection,” and later suffered from “infectious bronchitis.” .  However, Pope Francis revealed to journalists who accompanied him on his return trip to Rome from Budapest that he had suffered from pneumonia.  He said, "I felt strong pain at the end of the general interview" with the believers on March 29, adding, "I did not lose consciousness, but I had a high fever...and the doctor immediately took me to the hospital."  He added that he suffered "severe and severe pneumonia in the lower part of the lung."  The Pope was discharged from the hospital on the first of April, after spending 3 days in treatment. He joked with journalists and believers who waited for him upon his exit by saying that he was still "alive".  It should be noted that a medical team follows Pope Francis permanently in the Vatican, as well as during his trips abroad.  And he had said about his recent illness, "The body responded well to the treatment, thank God."           After being banned for refusing to cooperate with the police, a judge canceled the decision to suspend Telegram in Brazil  A Brazilian judge canceled a decision to suspend the use of the Telegram application in this country, after the owner company refused to provide data requested by the authorities as part of an investigation of the activity of groups of neo-Nazis on the application.  Yesterday, Saturday, the judge considered that the nationwide suspension decision was “unreasonable,” because it affects “the freedom of communication of thousands of people who are not related to the facts being investigated,” the Federal Regional Court-2 said in a statement.  However, the judge maintained a daily fine of one million riyals ($198,000) that had been imposed for failing to provide the required information.  The Federal Police and the Brazilian Public Prosecutor's Office asked Telegram to provide them with the personal data of members of the "Anti-Semitic Movement" and "Anti-Semitic Front", which the authorities hold responsible for a recent wave of school attacks.  In April, a man wielding an ax killed 4 children between the ages of four and seven at their school. In the same week, two other schools were attacked, but no one was killed.  In March, a 13-year-old boy stabbed a female teacher at a school in Sao Paulo.  And in November 2022, a sixteen-year-old gunman killed 4 people and injured more than 10 others, in two attacks on two schools in the state of Espiritu Santo, in the southeast of the country.  The G1 news portal quoted police sources as saying that the teenager was in contact with anti-Semitic groups on Telegram.  The court said the young man "became a member of extremist groups on Telegram where neo-Nazi materials were shared with lessons on murder and the manufacture of explosive devices, and videos of violent deaths posted".  The Dubai-based company, registered in the British Virgin Islands, said in a statement last Thursday that the information requested was "technically unobtainable," stressing that it would appeal the decision.  In March 2022, a Supreme Court judge threatened to ban the Telegram platform in Brazil, due to "non-compliance with judicial orders", in particular the request to suspend the account of Alan dos Santos, a blogger who supports former President Jair Bolsonaro, who is under investigation for misinformation.

Minneapolis police have arrested a man suspected of starting two fires that destroyed two mosques in the city last week in what the police chief called an "attempt to terrorize our Muslim community."
Police Chief Brian O'Hara announced the arrest of 36-year-old Jackie Rahm-Little on Sunday morning, but did not provide details on how he was arrested.

He was charged with second-degree arson after setting fire to the two mosques on April 23 and 24, and an arrest warrant was issued against him.

"Houses of worship must be safe places. Setting fire to a sacred facility, where families and children gather, is incredibly inhumane. This level of blatant hatred will not be tolerated in our great city," O'Hara said in a statement.

For their part, leaders of the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations praised the arrest after the fires that disturbed the Muslim community in the region. "This arrest brings some relief to our community, which has been in a state of tension for the past week. We hope to learn more about the suspect's motives and any potential accomplices who may have incited him to burn our houses of worship," said the council's executive director, Jilani Hussain.




A medical team is always following him Pope Francis reveals the fact that he has a "severe and strong" disease


Pope Francis revealed that the health ailment he suffered in late March was "severe and severe pneumonia," confirming in statements he made during his return from Hungary today, Sunday, his intention to continue his trips abroad.
And a source in the Vatican reported on March 29 that Pope Francis, 86, was admitted to the hospital for “further medical examinations,” before the Holy See announced that he had a “respiratory infection,” and later suffered from “infectious bronchitis.” .

However, Pope Francis revealed to journalists who accompanied him on his return trip to Rome from Budapest that he had suffered from pneumonia.

He said, "I felt strong pain at the end of the general interview" with the believers on March 29, adding, "I did not lose consciousness, but I had a high fever...and the doctor immediately took me to the hospital."

He added that he suffered "severe and severe pneumonia in the lower part of the lung."

The Pope was discharged from the hospital on the first of April, after spending 3 days in treatment. He joked with journalists and believers who waited for him upon his exit by saying that he was still "alive".

It should be noted that a medical team follows Pope Francis permanently in the Vatican, as well as during his trips abroad.

And he had said about his recent illness, "The body responded well to the treatment, thank God."






After being banned for refusing to cooperate with the police, a judge canceled the decision to suspend Telegram in Brazil


A Brazilian judge canceled a decision to suspend the use of the Telegram application in this country, after the owner company refused to provide data requested by the authorities as part of an investigation of the activity of groups of neo-Nazis on the application.

Yesterday, Saturday, the judge considered that the nationwide suspension decision was “unreasonable,” because it affects “the freedom of communication of thousands of people who are not related to the facts being investigated,” the Federal Regional Court-2 said in a statement.

However, the judge maintained a daily fine of one million riyals ($198,000) that had been imposed for failing to provide the required information.

The Federal Police and the Brazilian Public Prosecutor's Office asked Telegram to provide them with the personal data of members of the "Anti-Semitic Movement" and "Anti-Semitic Front", which the authorities hold responsible for a recent wave of school attacks.

In April, a man wielding an ax killed 4 children between the ages of four and seven at their school. In the same week, two other schools were attacked, but no one was killed.

In March, a 13-year-old boy stabbed a female teacher at a school in Sao Paulo.

And in November 2022, a sixteen-year-old gunman killed 4 people and injured more than 10 others, in two attacks on two schools in the state of Espiritu Santo, in the southeast of the country.

The G1 news portal quoted police sources as saying that the teenager was in contact with anti-Semitic groups on Telegram.

The court said the young man "became a member of extremist groups on Telegram where neo-Nazi materials were shared with lessons on murder and the manufacture of explosive devices, and videos of violent deaths posted".

The Dubai-based company, registered in the British Virgin Islands, said in a statement last Thursday that the information requested was "technically unobtainable," stressing that it would appeal the decision.

In March 2022, a Supreme Court judge threatened to ban the Telegram platform in Brazil, due to "non-compliance with judicial orders", in particular the request to suspend the account of Alan dos Santos, a blogger who supports former President Jair Bolsonaro, who is under investigation for misinformation.
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