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Vienna: Muslim migrant arrested for subjecting 13-year-old girl to 3-month sex ordeal

A Muslim in Austria has been arrested after he allegedly subjected a 13-year-old girl to a three-month sex abuse ordeal. The man, who is from Afghanistan, reportedly approached the teenager on social media at the beginning of the year. The suspect, who is in his mid-twenties, had been living in an asylum home in Hollabrunn where he had used a smartphone to ...

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Almost zero coverage of brutal sexual attacks by Muslims

Sweden was once one of the safest countries in the world, until it began focusing on a multicultural immigration program. Men and women in Sweden have been swimming together in public pools quite peaceably for more than 100 years. But as the government has welcomed tens of thousands of Muslim migrants to be resettled in the Scandinavian country, some are ...

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Norway won’t take any more refugees from EU

The Norwegian government will not take any additional refugees from the EU despite the bloc’s new agreement with Turkey, Immigration Minister Sylvi Listhaug said on Friday. Norway has offered to take 1,500 asylum seekers over two years as part of the EU’s refugee relocation scheme. The first of those EU asylum seekers are expected to arrive within a month, but ...

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ISIS doubled presence in Libya

The Islamic State terrorist group has doubled its number of militants in Libya in the last year, according to the top U.S. military commander in the region. Over the last 12 to 18 months, the number of Islamic State fighters in Libya shot to between 4,000 and 6,000, Army Gen. David M. Rodriguez said at a Pentagon briefing Thursday, The ...

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Danish parties ‘envious’ of Norway’s tough asylum bill

While the long-discussed asylum and immigration bill presented by the Norwegian government on Tuesday has been criticized by opposition parties and human rights organizations, the package of initiatives is certainly not without its admirers. Least of all in Denmark, where Norway’s southern neighbour has also introduced a long line of initiatives meant to discourage would-be asylum seekers. Following the presentation ...

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Europe’s Muslims hate the West

The first reaction to the Brussels massacres among postmodern European intellectuals was predictable: What did we, Europeans, do to them, our Muslims? How could followers of a religion that is proudly called “the religion of peace” commit these kinds of atrocities? People like Peter Vandermeersch, the Belgian editor-in-chief of Dutch newspaper NRC-Handelsblad, and Belgian writer David Van Reybrouck, both accomplished ...

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50 ISIS sympathisers WORK at Brussels airport, police claim

The employees at the airport in the Belgian capital, which was the target of a deadly attack claimed by ISIS last week, have been identified as supporters of the evil terror group. Some of the terrorist sympathisers even have security passes which can get them into aircraft cockpits. The shocking open letter, written by Zaventem airport police officers, comes just ...

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1.6 million migrants from the EU settle in Britain

More than 1.6 million migrants moved to Britain from within the EU in less than a decade. The astonishing figure – the equivalent to the populations of Manchester and Birmingham combined – settled here between 2006 and 2014, according to the UK Statistics Authority. It means an average of 500 people every day for nine years exercised their right to ...

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Bulgaria’s vigilante migrant ‘hunter’

Image copyrightHristo Rusev A Bulgarian trader in spare parts for buses has become a national celebrity after starting to patrol the Turkish border “hunting” for migrants. Many Bulgarians applaud his vigilante initiative, though others are deeply troubled. “Bulgaria needs people like me, dignified Bulgarians, willing to defend their homeland,” says Dinko Valev, sipping a fresh-squeezed orange juice in a flashy ...

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Free Speech on Trial in the Netherlands

Freedom of speech is the ultimate liberal value — and it is the first value that people who wish to control us would take away. If a court in a Western society decides to censor or punish Geert Wilders or others for non-violent speech, the court not only attacks the very humanistic values and liberal society we claim to hold ...

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