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Undercover Among Europe’s Muslim Brotherhood’s Immigrants

In theory, Zvi Yehezkeli is the kind of reporter good liberals like to fantasize about. He covers the Arab world, speaks the language fluently, and commands the customs and tenets of Islam with impressive erudition. He goes where the story is, even if that means having the occasional murderous goon fire a semiautomatic in his general direction.  By – Liel ...

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The MUSLIM Brotherhood: we will CONQUER Europe by immigration

Zvi Yehezkeli is a fairly well known face around Israel. For more than 15 years, the journalist and religious father of five has appeared on Channel 10 News, reporting on the Arab world. By – Amy Spiro Scroll down for video But for a couple months over the past two years, Yehezkeli became someone else entirely: Sheikh Abu Hamza. He used ...

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Europeans Jailed for Christian, Conservative Views

Conservatives are feeling the heavy hand of censorship in the United States and across Western Europe. Their social media accounts are being banned, blocked and canceled on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook, often over criticism of Islam or immigration. By – Dale Hurd Popular British anti-Islamization activist Tommy Robinson had his Twitter account suspended last week after he tweeted that Islam promotes ...

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Switzerland may TRY TO expel 3,200 rejected Eritrean asylum seekers

Eritreans whose asylum claims were denied but were admitted into Switzerland on a temporary basis could lose their status due to a court ruling last year. In recent days, they have received a letter from the government stating that their residence permit is being reviewed.  By – swissinfo.ch In August 2017, the Federal Administrative Court ruled that Eritrean nationals who had ...

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Austria plans headscarf ban for girls in primary school

Austria’s government has announced its intention to bring in a ban on the headscarf for girls in kindergartens and primary schools. By – sbs.com Education Minister Heinz Fassmann said that the draft law would be ready by the summer. He added that it would be a “symbolic” act, regardless of how many children were actually affected. Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache of the ...

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Radouane Lakdim: ISIS fanatic Terrorist Murder Three in France

ISIS fanatic killed three people Friday in a terrorist attack that tore through roadways and a supermarket, illustrating the difficulty Europe faces in countering radicals whom Islamic State has instructed to hit soft targets. By – Noemie Bisserbe, Nick Kostov & Catherine Bolgar The assault began when Moroccan-born Radouane Lakdim, 25 years old, opened fire on a car with a handgun, ...

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Risk of Returning Fighters Funding ISIS

In spring 2016, an alleged Islamic State fighter named Ahmed Musto returned from Syria, settled into a business processing tobacco for hookah pipes in the Bulgarian capital and started a family, according to court documents and Bulgarian authorities. By – Georgi Kantchev Last September, authorities raided the business and arrested Mr. Musto. Far from leaving the militant group behind, Mr. Musto ...

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Maria Ladenburger Foundation – “For cosmopolitanism, tolerance and curiosity”!

In grateful remembrance of the Freiburg medical student Maria Ladenburger, who died on 16 October 2016, her parents and sisters together with the Association of Friends of the University of Freiburg eV have founded a foundation to support students of the University of Freiburg, especially the Medical Faculty , The Maria Ladenburger Foundation supports students with disabilities, sudden illnesses or difficult ...

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Germany Selling Iran Chemical Weapons Tech

U.S. officials are increasingly alarmed by a congressional block on President Donald Trump’s pick to be the next ambassador to Germany, a holdup that comes as Berlin pursues a host of anti-Israel measures and is growing closer to Iran. By – Adam Kredo As Democrats in Congress continue to hold the nomination of Richard Grenell, a veteran Republican diplomat who was ...

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Belgium ends Saudi lease of country’s largest mosque over radicalism concerns

The Belgian government has decided to terminate the long-term lease of the country’s largest and oldest mosque to the Saudi royal family, as part of what officials say is an effort to combat radicalization. By –  Michael Birnbaum The move caps a long-running discussion about what to do about the Grand Mosque of Brussels, a sprawling complex in the heart of ...

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