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Christians in Germany will become a minority in the next 20 years

Turkey controls 900 mosques in Germany and feels free to say that a “liberal mosque” in Germany is “incompatible” with Islam. Via: Giulio Meotti  Can you imagine Germany offering Iraq, Syria and Egypt to build “200 new churches” to reconstruct the derelict and dispossessed Christian communities there? No, because in the Middle East, Christians have been eradicated in a forced de-Christianization. ...

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The Bodyguards of Kim Jong-Un

“Why did we lose this war?” asked James Burnham of Vietnam in 1972. One reason, he wrote, was that “We failed—that is, our leadership failed—to comprehend this Indochina struggle as one campaign or sub-war in a global conflict. Since we did not set it within its global frame of reference, our leaders could neither develop a comprehensive strategy to win ...

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Inside the Global Jihad September 7, 2017

Main events of the week              ISIS continues its string of setbacks: In Syria – on 1 September 2017 the SDF announced they had completed the capture of the Old City of Al-Raqqah. According to the SDF, they are now in control of 65% of the city. At the same time the Syrian regime forces and ...

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50,000 jihadists are now living in Europe

More than 50,000 jihadists are now living in Europe. — Gilles de Kerchove, EU Counterterrorism Coordinator. Via: Soeren Kern Europol, the European police office, has identified at least 30,000 active jihadist websites, but EU legislation no longer requires internet service providers to collect and preserve metadata — including data on the location of jihadists — from their customers due to privacy ...

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Majority of Muslim Asylum Seekers In Austria Want Jokes About Islam Banned

A new survey of Muslim migrants in Austria by the Danube University of Krems shows a distinct difference between typical Austrian values and those of incomers from places like Somalia and Chechnya, who hold far more religious views on society. Via: Chris Tomlinson         The study, released earlier this week, shows a vast difference in the attitudes of ...

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Hug a Jihadi

Can extremists be rehabilitated? In Denmark, a controversial new program is trying to change the minds of radicalised young people, by supporting rather than outcasting them – but does it work? Via: Evan Williams & Joel Tozer                Can you stop terrorism with empathy? Under a program run by police in Denmark’s second largest city, ...

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Poland to Accept Migrants – From Europe Only

Minister: Poland is open for migration… we issued 1,267,000 visas for Ukrainians. We are also open for migration, not only from Ukraine, but also from Belarus. Via: telesurtv.net Poland is ready to accept migrants from Europe, but not from the Middle East and North Africa, Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski told RIA Novosti in an interview. According to Waszczykowski, the EU migrants relocation scheme violates the European treaties. ...

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Kurds Have ‘Completely Lost Hope’ in Iraq

During a speech held in Duhok, Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani said the Kurdish people have “completely lost hope” in Iraq and must hold a referendum to decide their future. Via:  Ben Kew    “I say this, unfortunately, that we have no hope that Iraq could get better,” PM Barzani said at a ceremony which remembered the ISIS invasion ...

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Sweden: Muslim Arab rape 14-year-old daughter in Västmanland

A woman decided to invite a group of refugee children to their family’s residence. It ended with her 14-year-old daughter being raped in her girls room by a 25-year-old Arab man. But the rapist “may” is not expelled, the prosecutor claims. Via: friatider.se  The woman is living in a town in Västmanland together with her children. In the house, a so-called unaccompanied refugee child ...

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Islam and Multiculturalism in France, June 2017

“I am in fundamental disagreement with these left-wing people who do everything to dissociate fundamentalism from Islam. Islam has been radicalized for fifty years. On the Shiite side, there was Imam Khomeini and his Islamic revolution. In the Sunni world, there was Saudi Arabia, which used its immense resources to finance the spread of this fanaticism of Wahhabism. But this ...

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