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Swedenstan: An increasing of Swedish schools support honorary culture

“An increasing number of Swedish schools support honorary culture” Mariet Ghadimi: The girls in the free zone is threatened. By – Brünnhilde Not being able to meet friends after school, unable to join sport activities and forbidden to talk to guys. Forced marriages. It is the everyday reality for tens of thousands of girls living here in the world’s most equal ...

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Putin trolls burned across the Internet as Washington debated options

The first email arrived in the inbox of CounterPunch, a left-leaning American news and opinion website, at 3:26 a.m. — the middle of the day in Moscow. “Hello, my name is Alice Donovan and I’m a beginner freelance journalist,” read the Feb. 26, 2016, message. By – Adam Entous, Ellen Nakashima & Greg Jaffe The FBI was tracking Donovan as part of a months-long ...

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The Islamization of Christmas

The re-theologizing of Christmas is based on the false premise that the Jesus of the Bible is the Jesus (Isa) of the Koran. This religious fusion, sometimes referred to as “Chrislam,” is gaining ground in a West that has become biblically illiterate. By – Soeren Kern       A school in Lüneburg postponed a Christmas party after a Muslim student complained ...

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Sex terrorizes young girls in Stockholm’s subway: “I’ll take you home and fuck you!”

A 30-year-old from Kenya and a 27-year-old from Burundi are convicted of a long string of multiple sexual assaults against women and girls. The incidents took place in Stockholm and Uppsala between October 2016 and April 2017 By – Brünnhilde The youngest victim was only 11 years old when she was attacked. The girl was sitting on a bench inside Stockholm ...

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Global Muslim Brotherhood Meets to Plan Future Strategy

Away from the watchful eyes of the world media and under the guise of attending a conference in Mauritania, prominent members of the international Muslim Brotherhood will meet openly on Friday, December 22, 2017, for the first time since the downfall of Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s failed president from the Brotherhood’s party. By – Ran Meir   Even though the terror organization Hamas allegedly separated from the ...

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Denmark halts aid to Palestinian NGO over terror ties

Danish Foreign Ministry decides to stop funding for 14 Palestinian organizations in the wake of an internal investigation that found these groups used the money to promote terrorism and the boycott against Israel. By – Itamar Eichner    Denmark’s Foreign Ministry announced on Friday that it was halting financial aid to several Palestinian NGOs over ties with terror groups. In addition, ...

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Swedenstan: Not a single asylum seeker fulfilled the job requirement

Not a single asylum seeker has yet to pass the job requirement for permanent residence in Sweden. From the 200 applications received by the Swedish Migration Board to date, no one has been approved. By – Brünnhilde According to stricter asylum law from last year, permanent residence permits can be granted to immigrants who can provide themselves through work. However from ...

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Immigration to Sweden is record high

Despite the so-called turnaround in asylum policy, immigration to Sweden continues to be “record size”, as SVT News calls it. The number of residence permits today is at much higher levels than a few years ago. By – Brünnhilde In the autumn of 2015, the Swedish asylum policy was officially strengthened. But there has been no clear decline in immigration. Until November of this year, ...

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Sessions orders DOJ review after report Obama administration gave Hezbollah a pass

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is launching a review of a law enforcement initiative called Project Cassandra after an investigative report was published this week claiming the Obama administration gave a free pass to Hezbollah’s drug-trafficking and money-laundering operations to help ensure the Iran nuclear deal would stay on track. By –  Alex Pappas & Jake Gibson The Justice Department said in a statement ...

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Sweden’s Finance Minister: We received too many immigrants

Integration in Sweden has worked so badly that immigrants should apply to other countries. That’s what Minister of Finance Magdalena Andersson (S) said in an interview with DN. The limit is reached for how many asylum seekers Sweden can take. By –  Brünnhilde It is in an interview with Dagens Nyheter that Magdalena Andersson paints a least dark image of immigration and the ...

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