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Christians in Germany will become a minority in the next 20 years

Turkey controls 900 mosques in Germany and feels free to say that a “liberal mosque” in Germany is “incompatible” with Islam. Via: Giulio Meotti  Can you imagine Germany offering Iraq, Syria and Egypt to build “200 new churches” to reconstruct the derelict and dispossessed Christian communities there? No, because in the Middle East, Christians have been eradicated in a forced de-Christianization. ...

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One streets shootings a day in Sweden

One streets shootings a day, Just in the summer, which is the worst period, eleven people died , showing figures at SvD . The newspaper calls it a “bloody summer”. Via: friatider.se 81 shootings with 46 injured and eleven dead. It is the result of shooting only during the summer in Sweden this year. June, July and August account for about 40 percent of all ...

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Sweden: Sex education for new Muslim immigrants

The Authority for Youth and Civil Affairs, MUCF, provides guidance on how adults should talk with newly arrived immigrants on issues related to health, sexuality and gender equality. Among other things, it is important to teach immigrants what they can do and should not do. Via: friatider.se  “Youmo in Practice“, as the guide mentions, is aimed primarily at adults who meet so-called young new ...

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Witold Waszczykowski: Poland’s Security Is More Important than European Court

“Poland’s security is more important than imprudent decisions by European institutions,” Minister Witold Waszczykowski told Polish Radio 3’s Beata Michniewicz, referring to the EU Court of Justice’s judgment that dismissed the actions of Slovakia and Hungary regarding the relocation of 120,000 refugees. Via: msz.gov.pl “We still believe that this decision, dating back two years, was taken against the law and ...

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The Bodyguards of Kim Jong-Un

“Why did we lose this war?” asked James Burnham of Vietnam in 1972. One reason, he wrote, was that “We failed—that is, our leadership failed—to comprehend this Indochina struggle as one campaign or sub-war in a global conflict. Since we did not set it within its global frame of reference, our leaders could neither develop a comprehensive strategy to win ...

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Iran Follows In North Korea’s Footsteps

Nuclearization, Missile Development Alongside Agreements With The Superpowers; EU3, IAEA Director-General Submitted To Obama Administration Pressure, Agreed To JCPOA With No Real Inspection, No Response To Iran’s Missile Program; French President: ‘Absolutely Necessary’ That JCPOA Be ‘Supplemented’  Via:  A. Savyon and Yigal Carmon Introduction Top Iranian officials have stated in the past that Tehran is learning from the experience of North Korea in ...

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Swedish Mattias Karlsson (SD) compared the Quran with Mein Kampf

Britain’s legendary prime minister, including Nobel laureate Winston Churchill, has done so. The Dutch Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders has also done so. Now the Swedish Democrats group leaders in the Swedish parliament, Mattias Karlsson, are singing to those who equate Islam with Nazism  Via: David Baas  On Saturday, the Swedish Democrats held a big kickoff before the church hall on Sunday next ...

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When Islamic ‘occupation of Europe’ becomes a reality

If Western European countries fail to wake up soon, they may find out within several decades—or maybe even by the end of the century—that the Muslims have become a majority in the population. The jihadists’ terror attacks in the continent are just the beginning. Via: Noah Klieger Allow me to paraphrase a statement made by the late Elie Wiesel. While it’s ...

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Inside the Global Jihad September 7, 2017

Main events of the week              ISIS continues its string of setbacks: In Syria – on 1 September 2017 the SDF announced they had completed the capture of the Old City of Al-Raqqah. According to the SDF, they are now in control of 65% of the city. At the same time the Syrian regime forces and ...

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Danish official: No room for refugees from UN this year

Denmark’s minority center-right government doesn’t want to accept any refugees this year that come in under a U.N. quota system, an official said Saturday. Via: ap.org The U.N. refugee agency has made deals with countries, including Denmark, to take in a number of refugees each year. Since 1989, Denmark has accepted about 500 such refugees every year. But now Denmark “doesn’t ...

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