The Daily Populous

Wednesday November 27th, 2019 evening edition

image for Boris Johnson wrote that 'Islam is the problem' and defended Islamophobia as a 'natural reaction'

It is not the first time he has made controversial comments about Islam.

In 2005 the former Foreign Secretary wrote that Islamophobia was a "natural reaction" to Islam.

He wrote in the Spectator in 2005 that "the problem is Islam.

LONDON — Boris Johnson was today reported to the Equalities Commission after comparing Muslim women who wear burqas to "letter boxes" and bank robbers.

In 2005, Johnson wrote in the Spectator that he believed it was only "natural" for the public to be scared of Islam.

"To any non-Muslim reader of the Koran, Islamophobia — fear of Islam — seems a natural reaction, and, indeed, exactly what that text is intended to provoke," he wrote.

Former Conservative co-chair Baroness Warsi told Business Insider earlier this year that Islamophobia goes "right up to the top" of the Conservative party. »

Mia Farrow Resurfaces Photo of Trump's Sons Posing with Dead Leopard As Animal Cruelty Becomes Federal Crime

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Actress Mia Farrow took a shot at President Donald Trump and his sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump after the president signed into law a bill making animal cruelty a federal crime.

Farrow resurfaced a photo of Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump posing with a dead leopard during a hunting trip in Zimbabwe in 2010.

⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ tell your sons that animal cruelty is now a crime — Mia Farrow (@MiaFarrow) November 27, 2019. »

Werner Herzog Said Replacing Baby Yoda With CGI Was A 'Cowards' Move

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In fact, the documentarian loves Baby Yoda so much that he rebuked Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni for their plans to replace it with CGI.

“I was directing Werner with the puppet, and Werner had just fallen in love with the baby.

Werner, I think, had forgotten it wasn’t actually a live creature, and started sort of… directing the baby.” »

Armed with French, quick-thinking pilot thwarts hijacking

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The forewarned passengers and crew threw boiling water from a coffee maker on the man's face and chest, then beat him into submission.

The flight was headed for Gran Canaria, one of Spain's Canary Islands, with a stopover planned in Nouadhibou in northern Mauritania.

The hijacker was arrested by Spanish police who boarded the plane after it landed at Gando airport, outside Las Palmas. »