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Qur’an education in Borlänge – “I do not have to listen to you because you are white”

Teaching of the Qur’an in Borlänge schools is creating problems because it is reportedly taking so much time and effort from the students. School staff believe that the Muslim teaching goes beyond the usual school curriculum and in addition the Qur’an education classes are h, even the teachers, according to SVT. By – Brünnhilde It is in Borlänge that school staff ...

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Russia warns Norway of ‘consequences’ after it invites in more US Marines

Russia has vowed to retaliate if Norway invites the United States to more than double the number of Marines stationed in the country. By – Samuel Osborne  In a statement on its Facebook page, the Russian Embassy said it made the Scandinavian country “less predictable”, while warning it “could cause growing tensions, triggering an arms race and destabilising the situation in northern Europe,” It added: “We see it ...

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Iran: Prices of U.S. dollar, gold cones & cars on the rise

Several weeks before the first round of U.S. sanctions kick in, reports from inside Iran indicate the prices of the U.S. dollar, gold “Bahar Azadi” coins and cars are on the rise significantly. By – PMOI/MEK On Monday in Tehran’s currency market the U.S. dollar price witnessed another surge, reaching 69,000 rials. In response to the U.S. dollar reaching the 60,000 ...

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Help Is on the Way for Middle Eastern Christians

When Islamic State captured the Iraqi town of Telskuf four years ago this week, terrorists desecrated the local Chaldean Catholic church and beheaded congregants on the altar. By – Mark Green The slaughter was only one episode from the genocide ISIS waged on Christians and other vulnerable religious groups across its so-called caliphate, nearly exterminating some of the region’s most ancient ...

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Anger over ‘sexist’ clothing rules for girls at Swiss Gymnasium Oberaargau

The students of Gymnasium Oberaargau in Langenthal have expressed anger and outrage over a recent clothing recommendation by the school, directed only at the girls. By – Brünnhilde Last week female students were asked by the school management by email to dress more discreetly . The list of “no-gos” include, among other things, crop tops, visible underwear or sexual clothing. Male ...

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Austrian Chancellor receives death threats after shutting down mosques

An anti-terrorism probe has been opened into death threats Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz received on social media after his government announced a crackdown on hate preaching and “political Islam.” By – Europe The Austrian government’s decision to close seven mosques and expel as many as 60 imams as part of their campaign against radicalization has provoked a wave of outrage ...

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Wilders’ Mohammed cartoon contest gets green light

Dutch anti-Islam firebrand Geert Wilders has confirmed that a Prophet Mohammed cartoon contest will be held in his party’s secure offices in Dutch parliament, after receiving approval for the event from security officials. By – Europe The divisive right-wing politician and leader of the country’s largest opposition party, the Freedom Party, took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce the news. “Dutch Counter-terrorism ...

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Germany’s Migrant Rape Epidemic

“Susanna is dead. Maria from Freiburg; Mia from Kandel; Mireille from Flensburg; and now Susanna from Mainz….” — Alice Weidel, co-leader AfD party. By – Soeren Kern “Susanna’s death is not a blind stroke of fate. Susanna’s death is the result of many years of organized irresponsibility and the scandalous failure of our asylum and immigration policies. Susanna is victim of ...

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Jordanian tribe threatens to ‘shake’ country unless jailed figurehead freed

Leaders of one of Jordan’s most powerful tribes have threatened to “shake the pillars of the Jordanian state” unless a prominent opposition figure arrested for calling for political change is released within hours. By – middleeasteye.net At a press conference late on Sunday, the son of Fares al-Fayez said members of the Beni Sakhr tribe would block the main road between ...

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Trump hits Russian firms with sanctions, citing cyberattacks

The Trump administration on Monday slapped sanctions on several Russian companies and businessmen for engaging in cyberattacks and assisting Russia’s military and intelligence services with other malicious activities. By – foxnews.com The Treasury Department said it was imposing sanctions on five Russian firms and three of their executives under legislation passed last year and an executive order aimed at punishing efforts ...

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