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450,000 migrants ‘are on their way to Europe from Libya

  Border chiefs warn Europe faces an influx of one million arrivals this year  North Africa could produce hundreds of thousands of potential migrants David Cameron will today plead with EU to take immediate action on Libya  More than 2,400 migrants have been intercepted off Libya since Tuesday An extra 450,000 migrants could attempt to reach Europe this summer as ...

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Outrage as EU using OUR aid money to ‘meddle in the Middle East’

The EU has built more than 1,000 buildings on the Judea and Samaria without planning permission, as well as roads and other infrastructure  They are at 40 locations in Area C, which was placed under Israeli jurisdiction by international law  The buildings are given to Palestinians and paid for using aid money from European countries, including Britain Regavim, an Israeli ...

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Why are French girls flocking to ISIS?

In France, more teenage girls than boys are drawn to joining brutal Islamic State (ISIS) jihadists in Iraq and Syria, a high-ranking anti-terrorist official toldAFP this week. “Among minors, females are over-represented to a proportion of 55%” of those interested in making the journey, or who have already done so, the French source said on condition of anonymity. Like young ...

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Islamic State Closing in on Germany

Hans-Georg Maaßen, the head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency (BfV), warned that the Islamic State was deliberately planting jihadists among the refugees flowing into Europe, and reported that the number of Salafists in Germany has now risen to 7,900. This is up from 7,000 in 2014 and 5,500 in 2013. “Salafists want to establish an Islamic state in Germany.” — ...

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‘Cologne is normal day’ in Europe

A live map created by a German activist group tracks police reports of alleged rapes (purple) and attacks on children (red) supposedly committed by migrants across the region. GERMANY, Sweden and other European countries are facing growing public unrest amid a wave of reports of sexual assaults since the Cologne attacks. New York-based conservative think tank Gatestone Institute has compiled ...

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Belgium Spooked by Migrant Influx

ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium — Don’t feed the refugees, and calls for a “camp like Guantanamo.” This is just some of the rhetoric coming out of Belgium, where a new front line in the European migrant crisis has opened up. While the influx in the tiny nation has yet to reach the crisis levels of its neighbors, a possible incursion of migrants ...

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Why is the UK Silent? Iran’s Cash for Murder

The Iranian distribution of cash to families of terrorists is an open incitement to an ongoing campaign of murder. It should by now have not only been condemned by the whole world, but have caused a colossal rethink among the P5+1 nations that signed the ill-judged accord with Iran. It is worth considering another recent Iranian development: the decision — ...

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Kerry: Denmark ‘front and centre’ in Isis fight

Jensen and Kerry addressing the media prior to their meeting at the US State Department on Wednesday. Photo: Saul Loeb/Scanpix US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday praised Denmark for “really making a difference” in the fight against the Islamic State. Hosting Danish Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen in Washington, Kerry thanked the Nordic nation for its recent commitment to ...

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Denmark: Merkel ‘underestimated’ refugee crisis

Danish foreign minister Kristian Jensen complained on Wednesday that German Chancellor Angela Merkel had underestimated how many refugees would flood into her country under a former open door policy. Denmark and Sweden have temporarily reintroduced border checks in an attempt to control the migrant flow, but Jensen said much of the problem stemmed from poor planning in their larger southern neighbor. “I ...

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Danish teen planned to bomb schools

A 16-year-old girl arrested for possessing explosives in the tiny Danish town of Kundby was planning to blow up two schools, prosecutors have claimed. The girl, aged 15 when she was arrested, was a recent convert to Islam and a 24-year-old man who had fought with jihadi groups in Syria was also arrested in connection with the case. Behind closed ...

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