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Migrant Rape Crisis Worsens in Germany

Sexual violence in Germany has skyrocketed since Angela Merkel allowed more than one million mostly male migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East into the country. The crimes are being downplayed by the authorities, apparently to avoid fueling anti-immigration sentiments. “The moment they [male migrants] see a young woman wearing a skirt or any type of loose clothing, they ...

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Finland’s Immigration Crisis

The Tapanila gang-rape shocked the quiet Helsinki suburb, and all of Finland. Many wondered why these second-generation Somalis, citizens of Finland, would carry out such a savage attack. The rapists were eventually brought to trial. One was sentenced to a year and four months imprisonment, two were given one-year prison sentences and two others were acquitted. Penalties were softened due ...

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Only 1 in 3 refugees out of 1.2million are fleeing ISIS

‘Refugee’ total has reportedly doubled to 1.2million Associated Press SYRIANS fleeing civil war and IS accounted for less than a third of the 1.25 million asylum- seekers across the UK and Europe last year, shock figures show. First-time asylum claims in the EU more than doubled in 2015, with those filed in the UK hitting a ten-year high of 38,370, ...

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Merkel stands accused of daring to put the world and its refugees before Germany

Angela Merkel at a rally with her protégé Julia Klöckner DPA Her Christian Democrat campaign team spokesman greeted her as “the most powerful woman in the world”, and as a black-trouser-suited Angela Merkel bestrode the ornate Kaiser Wilhelm-era hall in Bad Kreuznach’s premier spa hotel, the more than 800 party faithful present seemed to be falling over themselves to applaud ...

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Dutch find 30 suspected war criminals among last year’s refugee wave

Dutch officials have identified 30 war crimes suspects, including 10 Syrians, among tens of thousands of Muslims who arrived in the country last year, the justice ministry said Monday. Immigration authorities found them after investigating 170 people, Deputy Justice Minister Klaas Dijkhoff told parliament in a letter following questions from members of parliament. Ten of them were from Syria, while the ...

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Danish Imam : Stone women to death

The Grimhøj Mosque in Aarhus has been at the centre of controversy for years. Photo: Henning Bagger/Scanpix There are renewed calls to shut down the controversial Grimhøj Mosque in Aarhus after a TV2 programme revealed that an imam has advocated stoning adulterers to death. A hidden camera showed Abu Bilal Ismail, an imam at the mosque, teaching a class about ...

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Merkel: ‘I will do my damn duty’ on refugees

  Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted that her chosen course in Germany and Europe’s refugee crisis was the right one in a TV interview on Sunday night, despite admitting to moments of doubt. “My damn duty and obligation consists of finding a collective way for this Europe [to address the crisis]” Merkel told presenter Anne Will in her second appearance on ...

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‘Soldiers of Allah’ to counter Soldiers of Odin in Norway

People with known ties to the Oslo Islamist scene claim to have created the group ‘Soldiers of Allah’ (Jundullaah) to counter the controversial Soldiers of Odin group now patrolling Norwegian streets. “In response to the infidel group Soldiers of Odin patrols, we Muslims have chosen to create a group that will patrol the streets, first in Oslo, to prevent evil ...

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Spain to extradite man linked to ‘Jihad Jane’

The Spanish government on Friday approved the extradition to the United States of an alleged jihadist wanted by Washington for conspiring with a woman known as “Jihad Jane” to recruit people online for attacks in Europe and south Asia. Ali Charaf Damache, who holds both Algerian and Irish nationality, was detained in December in Barcelona. US officials say Damache worked ...

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LEADER OF DANISH PEGIDA ARRESTED FOR WEARING T-SHIRT

The terrorist who attempted to murder Lars Hedegaard a couple of years ago and fled the country, is being protected by the Danish state. They’ve decreed that the name of the terrorist, Basil Hassan, shall not be identified, something of which Hedegaard has rejected, and has disseminated his name via Facebook and elsewhere. Now he’s on trial for violating a ...

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