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Britain: heading towards disaster

Reports of alleged links between Islamic charities and terrorism or extremism surged to a record high, according to the Charity Commission, a charity watchdog. By – Soeren Kern  Azad Ali, an Islamist who has said that he supports killing British soldiers, was named a director of Muslim Engagement and Development (Mend), a controversial Muslim pressure group which advises the British government. ...

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French Car Burning Continues to Rise

Car burnings have become a tradition across France over New Year’s with the latest figures showing an increase in arson, but some experts claim the motive behind the attacks is simple boredom.  By – Chris Tomlinson  Approximately 1,031 vehicles were set on fire on the night of December 31st and the early hours of the morning of January 1st, up from last year’s 935. The arson ...

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Denmark’s prime minister: “Ghettona” should be demolished

Denmark’s Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen wants to demolish buildings in several vulnerable areas and relocate the residents. “Ghettona will be completely wound up,” he said in the new year.  By – Brünnhilde  The Danish Prime Minister says that this action is necessary to cope with what is called the parallel society. It will endlessly patch and fix decades of insufficient policy ...

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The European Commission takes a gamble on Poland

POLAND’S quarrels with the European Union are rich and varied. They cover, among other things, refugees, the treatment of media and logging in ancient forests. But it is the Polish government’s systematic assault on the country’s courts that arouses the deepest anxieties in Brussels. By – Economist.com  Today those concerns found their most serious expression yet, when the European Commission, ...

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Germany: Muslim Afghan a “Refugee child” stabbed Teen Girl to death

A 15-year-old girl was stabbed down on Wednesday afternoon in a drugstore in Rhineland-Palatinate by an Afghan boy of the same age. He was the girl’s ex-boyfriend. This is what leading chief prosecutor Angelika Möhlig said on a press conference. An arrest warrant was issued. By – Janine Wollbrett The boy is in preliminary detention under strong suspicion of manslaughter. ...

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The IQ level in Scandinavia is falling

The intelligence level of people in Scandinavia is dropping, according to a new survey by researcher James Flynn. In the long run, the results of a falling IQ level may have a “powerful effect” By – Brünnhilde  During the 20th century, people in the world became more intelligent and performed better in tests that measure the intelligence ratio, IQ. But in ...

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Europe’s Tolerance for Terrorists

Saleh Ali was one of 64,000 Syrian refugees living in the Netherlands. The vast majority, like Ali, are young men. And the largest number of these migrants spend their days idling in Amsterdam. By – Daniel Greenfield  On Thursday morning, Saleh Ali took a walk to trendy Amstelveenseweg while wearing a keffiyah and waving a terrorist PLO flag. He stopped in ...

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New Year’s Eve party in Berlin to have ‘safe zone’ for women

Organisers of Berlin’s New Year’s Eve celebrations are to set up a “safe zone” for women for the first time. By – bbc.com The new security measures planned for the Brandenburg Gate party come amid concerns about sexual assaults. A large number of assaults and robberies targeting women at Cologne’s New Year’s Eve celebrations two years ago horrified Germany. Hundreds of ...

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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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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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