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Islamic State Commander Found Living In Rural German Village

BERND THISSEN/AFP/Getty Images In the latest of a series of raids, German police have searched two homes in a rural village after a television channel interviewed a suspected Islamic State commander living there as a refugee. Sankt Johann is a small village in the south west German state, Rhineland-Palatinate. Something of a rural idyll, its 800 residents live between vineyards in the shadow of a 14th ...

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Islam’s Sword Comes for Christians

“It was very difficult above all when they said, ‘Become Muslim or we’ll cut your head off.'” — Rev. Jacques Mourad, Syriac Catholic priest, Syria. “The only reason they [Muslim authorities] let you go is when they torture you to death…. They don’t want you to die in prison, it’s not their responsibility, so they send you home to die.” ...

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Anti-Islam rally across Europe

Participants of an Anti Islam demonstration gather in Dresden, Germany Saturday Feb. 6, 2016. Police in Dresden say they expect about 15,000 protesters to take part in a rally organized by the group Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West, Known by its German acronym PEGIDA, the group emerged in Dresden two years ago and has become a magnet ...

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Cologne Carnival: Police record 22 sexual assaults

Police in Cologne have said that 22 incidents of sexual assault occurred in the city on the first night of the traditional Carnival street party. They have 190 people in custody and officials have described them as “a cross section of the general public”. Security has been beefed up in the city, after many women suffered sexual assaults and robberies ...

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Finland’s president says migrants are threatening Western values

Finland’s president Sauli Niinistö says migrants are threatening Western values because too many are arriving in Europe without a genuine claim for asylum Mr Niinisto, a former lawyer, said that while a few years ago European countries regarded their values as ‘unquestionable’ they were now fighting to preserve them. In comments reported by Yleisradio Oy, he added: ‘We must help those ...

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Cities With Most Muslim Migrants Suffer Greatest Drops In Standard Of Living

The Daily Mail reports a new study by the EC surveyed 500 people per city across 83 cities in Europe asking them a range of questions about their standard of living from housing, education and perhaps most importantly, how migration has effected their lives last year. The migration question was posed in the form of how content the citizens were with the integration ...

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“Don’t give food to illegal immigrants”

The Governor of West Flanders Carl Decaluwé has called on the population not to help illegal Muslims immigrants. Mr Decaluwé believes that if people help the muslims migrants by for example giving them food it will “only make the situation escalate. Mr De Caluwé added that on Sunday night the police picked up 40 illegal migrants at the port of ...

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Stop refugees or we’ll stop aid, Germany tells Afghans

“We’re staying here as long as it’s necessary. But we also expect that that the Afghan population stays here,” Thomas de Maizière said on a visit to Afghan capital Kabul, according to N-tv. Many Germans ask themselves how it can be that Afghans come to seek asylum in their country when Germany is providing security assistance in Afghanistan, the interior ...

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German Mayor Tells 10-Year-Old Girls To Stop ‘Provoking’ Muslims Refugees With The Way They Dress

The mayor of a small German community said elementary school-aged girls should take alternative routes to school and not provoke Muslims refugees with the way they dress. The town of Bad Schlema in central Germany has 5,500 residents. More than100 people showed up to a city council meeting last week when the topic of the town’s 85 refugees was discussed. The grandfather ...

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More Than 2,000 Police to Secure Cologne Carnival

Cologne is on alert before the western German city’s huge carnival celebrations as authorities mobilize to prevent a repeat of a shocking string of sexual assaults that occurred during this year’s New Year’s festivities. The carnival festivities kick off on Thursday with street parties, a week-long binge of beer, song and dance by revelers in fancy dress.  The carnival runs ...

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