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Swedish Woman Shows Power of Civil Disobedience as She Blocks a Deportation of Afghan Man’s

ELIN ERSSON, a Swedish college student, demonstrated this week how powerful a simple act of civil disobedience can be, when she refused to take her seat on a commercial flight unless a man being deported to Afghanistan via Turkey was removed from the plane first. By – Robert Mackey As documented in the remarkable video she streamed live to Facebook on Monday during ...

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Toronto Terror shooting suspect identified as Faisal Hussain, 29

A 29-year-old man who went on a deadly shooting spree in the heart of Toronto’s vibrant Greektown, killing an aspiring nurse and a 10-year-old girl, had a life-long struggle with severe mental illness, his family said Monday. By – Michelle McQuigge and Nicole Thompson Faisal Hussain’s relatives said they were devastated by their son’s “senseless violence” and the loss of life ...

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Ecuador to evicting’ Julian Assange from UK embassy

Ecuador is close to evicting Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from its UK embassy, according to reports.  By – Tom Embury-Dennis Lenin Moreno, the country’s president, is in London for a disabilities summit, but is allegedly in discussions with British officials over a deal to hand the Australian over to police. Mr Assange, who has been described as an “inherited problem” by Mr Moreno, could lose his diplomatic protection in a ...

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The Turkish government using US mosques to play politics, spy on foes

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s recent re-election is fueling concerns about his growing powers not just in Turkey but here in the U.S., according to experts who believe he’s determined to spread his controversial brand of Islamist-nationalistic fervor through a network of mosques and religious centers.  By –  Hollie McKay Some of that concern is focused on the Diyanet Center of ...

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Hungary Pulls Out of U.N. Global Migration Agreement

Hungary pulled out of a United Nations global agreement on migration on Wednesday, citing security concerns, just days after the accord was reached. By – Megan Specia Peter Szijjarto, Hungary’s minister of foreign affairs and trade, announced the withdrawal at a news conference in Budapest, Hungary’s capital, saying the agreement was “in conflict with common sense and also with the intent to restore ...

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Refugee Violence Now Strikes Remote Corners of Europe Arctic

It was early 1999 when, like Balboa first glimpsing the Pacific, I happened upon one of the heavily Muslim neighborhoods of Amsterdam and saw the future immediately. By – Bruce Bawer Taking in the sight of bearded men in long skirts and women in hijab with three or four small children apiece — and noting the hostile looks I got from ...

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Sweden: Radicalization & Polygamy boosted by Muslim migrant influx

Sweden’s Ministry of Justice has launched a probe into how to end polygamy in the country. Although prohibited by law, the government has struggled with how to deal with asylum seekers who arrive in Sweden with multiple wives. By – Günther  The government investigation seeks to determine the legal implications surrounding the known cases of polygamy in Sweden. According to Helen ...

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The Swedish Government Invests Millions On learning immigrants to have sex

The government is now pushing SEK 5 million to the Ministry of Youth and Civil Affairs (MUCF). The money will include the further development of youmo.se, the government’s sex information site in Dari, Arabic and Somali. By – Brünnhilde It was in April 2017 that MUCF launched youmo.se, funded by the government. It is a digital platform with information on “health, sexuality ...

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Germany bus Terror: At least 14 injured in suspected knife attack in Lubeck

A reported 14 people have been injured after a ‘violent’ incident on a bus in Lubeck, Germany. By – Tom Embury-Dennis A passenger is said to have dropped a backpack which reportedly started smouldering, according to local media – as other people on board the packed bus started screaming and jumping off. The assailant is said to have been armed with ...

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Muslim converts to Pope Francis: ‘If Islam is a good religion…as you seem to teach, why did we become Catholic?’

Muslims who have converted to Catholicism have penned an open letter to Pope Francis challenging him on his attitude towards and preaching on Islam. By – Lisa Bourne “If Islam is a good religion in itself, as you seem to teach, why did we become Catholic?” the converts ask Francis in the letter. “Do not your words question the soundness of the ...

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