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Not Everyone Can Say #MeToo in Sweden

Sweden has let in a huge wave of young male migrants, many of whom have created an insecure environment for women; when these women have cried for help and tried to share their stories, the Swedish media and politicians have refused to listen. By – Nima Gholam Ali Pour The Swedish media recently reported that police no longer have time to ...

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Thousands of Migrants in Germany Unable to Read or Write

The 43,000 migrants were placed into special courses meant to help them learn how to both read and write but many have been totally unable to learn how to speak German in the language component of the courses. By – Chris Tomlinson The number of people enrolled in the special courses is an increase of 10 per cent since the same ...

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France, Brazil Plan to Censor the Internet in the Name of Stopping “Fake News”

YESTERDAY AFTERNOON, THE official Twitter account of Brazil’s Federal Police (its FBI equivalent) posted an extraordinary announcement. The bureaucratically nonchalant tone it used belied its significance. The tweet, at its core, purports to vest in the federal police and the federal government that oversees it the power to regulate, control, and outright censor political content on the internet that is assessed to be ...

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Swedenstan worried about future of U.S. funds for Palestinian aid agency

The Swedish ambassador to the United Nations said on Tuesday he is concerned about the Trump administration’s plans to review funding for a humanitarian agency that provides aid to Palestinian refugees. By – todayonline.com “My concern (is) that as we talk about region stability, withdrawing funding for UNRWA would be very negative both in terms of humanitarian needs of over 5 ...

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Greece to limit Sharia law after European Court challenge

Lawmakers in Greece voted Tuesday to limit the powers of Islamic courts operating in a border region that is home to a 100,000-strong Muslim minority, scrapping procedures dating back more than 90 years. By – Derek Gatopoulos & Costas Kantouris  The proposed law passed easily, with backing from parliament’s largest political parties. It eliminates rules that referred many civil cases involving members of ...

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Swedish government investigate rise number of rapes

Sweden investigates soaring number of rapes as politicians demand to know if it is linked to migration after one in 24 women fall victim to sexual offence Survey found 4.1% of women have fallen victim to sexual offences in Sweden Swedish Crime Survey figures related to four years between 2012 and 2016 Government has called for an investigation to find ...

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PM Orbán: Europe’s Migrants Aren’t Muslim Refugees, They’re ‘Muslim Invaders’

Calling multiculturalism an “illusion”, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán slammed the Merkel government’s “chaotic and anarchic” migrant policy, which led to a flow of “Muslim invaders” entering the European Union. By – Victoria Friedman   Responding to the suggestion that Hungary was not showing sufficient “solidarity” with the European Union because Germany accepted 2 million migrants but Hungary will not accept 2,000, Prime Minister Orbán told German ...

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Swedish woman dies after being raped by Muslim migrant

A woman suffered badly after being raped by an Eritrea African Muslim, and died shortly after the brutal sexual abuse. Because she is no longer alive, the immigrant is not required to pay compensation. He also escaped expulsion to his home country and was sentenced to the minimum punishment by the unusually generous District Court. By – Brünnhilde  The incident occured ...

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Sweden steps up cyber defence measures to block #FakeNews

The growing undercurrent of risk linked to the increase in cyber terrorism threats is changing both the character and direction of Sweden’s national security policy and associated defence apparatus. By – Gerard O’Dwyer In particular, Sweden’s government and national security leaders are pursuing a more aggressive, capital-intensive programme to scale-up spending and strengthen the Nordic country’s long-term capacity to defend itself against potentially damaging ...

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How Europe Built Its Own Funeral Pyre, Then Leapt In

The single most significant issue of our time is not North Korea’s drive to develop long-range nuclear missiles. It is not the threat posed to Europe by the Russian land power or the threat posed to America’s Asian dominance by Chinese sea power. It is not Iran’s growing Mideast influence, nor the ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in U.S. elections ...

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