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    High-profile Egyptian belly dancer Sama El-Masry was sentenced to three years in prison for "inciting debauchery and immorality" on social media, Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram reported. El-Masry was also handed a fine of 300,000 Egyptian Pounds ($18,600). The Egyptian celebrity denied the allegations, and said the content in question was shared from her stolen phone without her consent. El-Masry has said she will appeal the ruling. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Sama El-Masry, a high-profile Egyptian belly dancer, has been sentenced to three years in prison and handed a fine of 300,000 Egyptian Pounds ($18,600) for "inciting debauchery and immorality" on social media, according to Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram. The Egyptian celebrity was detained in April as part of a government crackdown on Instagram and TikTok influencers who it deems sexually suggestive. El-Masry denied the allegations, and said the content in question was shared from her phone without consent after...
    LONDON (AP) — An Islamic State militant who encouraged mass murder in Germany has been sentenced to at least nine years in prison in Britain. Fatah Abdullah, 35, had been charged under Britain’s terrorism laws with encouraging another person to plow a car into crowds, attack people with a meat cleaver and detonate bombs, “with the aim of killing and/or causing serious injury.” The incitement took place between April 9 and Dec. 11, 2018. Abdullah, who was born in Iran but was living in the northern English city of Newcastle after receiving asylum, was arrested after a joint investigation by British and German police. He pleaded guilty in March to inciting terrorism overseas and engaging in conduct in preparation to assist others to commit terrorist acts. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Tucker Carlson denounced the "cult" racial mentality growing in reaction to George Floyd's death, accusing many activists of trying to incite racial division in America rather than unite the country. "In the last 10 days, some of our most prominent citizens have sworn allegiance to a cult. Converts go by the term 'allies.' And like all cult members, they demand total conformity," Carlson said Friday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight." "They ritually condemn their own nation, its history, its institutions, its symbols, its flag." "They ritually condemn their own nation, its history, its institutions, its symbols, its flag."— Tucker Carlson57 BUFFALO COPS RESIGN FROM TEAM AFTER OFFICERS SUSPENDED FOR SHOVING MAN Carlson played clips of teenagers denouncing their parents on TikTok for not agreeing with the Black Lives Matter movement and criticized schools for pushing curricula from controversial race experts. The host then asked whether the endgame is still "racial harmony." "Is...
    The FBI on Monday posted to social media a request for photos and videos of individuals provoking violence during the nationwide peaceful demonstrations over the killing of George Floyd last week. But many on Twitter quickly began sharing video clips and photos of police cracking down violently on protesters. "The FBI is seeking information and digital media depicting individuals inciting violence during First Amendment protected peaceful demonstrations," the FBI wrote on its Twitter account. The post included a link to get more information on the bureau's website. "To help us identify actors who are actively instigating violence in the wake of George Floyd's death, the FBI is accepting tips and digital media depicting violent encounters surrounding the civil unrest that is happening throughout the country," the webpage explained. "If you witness or have witnessed unlawful violent actions, we urge you to submit any information, photos, or videos that could be...
    Pittsburgh police are searching for a man they said turned Saturday’s protest in the city's downtown over the death of George Floyd into a riot. Brian Jordan Bartels, 20, of Shaler, Penn., remained at large Monday, police said. They said a search warrant was served on his home Sunday in conjuction with the FBI. “Police secured the warrant as part of an investigation into a male suspect who incited Saturday’s violence by breaking the windows out of a marked Pittsburgh Police vehicle Uptown, against the wishes of peaceful protesters who tried to stop him,” police spokesman Chris Togneri said. Brian Jordan Bartels, 20, of Shaler, Penn., faces charges of institutional vandalism, rioting, and reckless endangerment of another person, according to Pittsburgh police. (Pittsburgh Police Department) Bartels faces charges of institutional vandalism, rioting, and reckless endangerment of another person, he said. Pittsburgh Public Safety said 60 businesses and properties were damaged during...
    Twitter allowed users to incite and coordinate looters targeting an upscale shopping area in California over the weekend, as protests and riots continued to roil the country following the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers, according to a report. “Let’s riot and raid Santana Row,” 4K posted on Twitter last Thursday, according to Breitbart News, referring to the shopping district in San Jose, Calif. “It would be a shame if Santana Row was to get looted,” said a tweet from Jesusperezfrias. “Loot and protest santana row. EAT THE RICH,” another user wrote, according to the website. Breitbart alerted Twitter that the accounts appeared to be inciting criminal activity. Protesters are detained for breaking curfew while protesting over the death of George Floyd in downtown San Jose.Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Grou “We’re taking proactive action on any coordinated attempts to disrupt the public conversation around...
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