Hyper Cacher Attack

The cousin of a Jewish man killed in the Hyper Cacher terrorist attack in Paris one year ago revealed last week that the family was “dreading the anniversary”, after his brutal murder split them in two. Rachel Bourlier, whose first cousin Yohan Cohen, a part-time student, was shot dead by gunman Amedy Coulibaly in the … Continued

Isis ‘We Fear Israel’

Israel is the one country in the world Islamic State fears, according to the only Western journalist allowed entry into territory controlled by the terror group. The claim from German reporter Jürgen Todenhöfer, a former member of the German Parliament, came after he spent 10 extraordinary days behind enemy lines in Iraq and Syria, accompanied … Continued

Cheese, biscuits and TV: that’s life for lonely Esther

Her work with the free telephone counselling services ChildLine and The Silver Line has helped millions of vulnerable children and isolated elderly people but now Esther Rantzen has admitted she is suffering from acute loneliness herself. “There is a stigma to admitting you are desperately lonely,” said Rantzen, the TV presenter and campaigner whose husband, … Continued

Isis Lies

Young British Muslims are lured to Syria by ISIS fanatics who tell them they will live like James Bond – and even dodge bullets like 007 does. They are shown pictures of smart houses by ISIS recruiters and promised plenty of money and girlfriends. In reality they end up living in squalor. Jurgen Todenhofer, a … Continued

Pistorius freed early

Oscar Pistorius will only be able to leave his house to go to church when he is freed from jail next week. The devout Christian, whose faith is said to have deepened over recent months, must be accompanied on trips to attend mass. While under “house arrest” at his uncle’s home he will be allowed … Continued