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Swedenstan: A safe greenhouse for IS terror

At the end of the year, three people with connections to Sweden were arrested – in London, Copenhagen and Rotterdam – accused of preparing for terrorist offenses. Nobody inscribed in Swedish Islamic extremism is surprised. By – Sofie Löwenmark  The man arrested in Copenhagen was recently released in a trial concerning a fire attack against a Shi-Muslim local in Malmö. The preliminary investigation ...

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Malmo police: refugee crime wave is out of control

Overwhelmed by a surge in violent crime, police in Malmo, Sweden have appealed to the public for assistance. By – WorldTribune Much of the violence originates in the city’s Rosengard district, which has been labeled the “most notorious refugee ghetto” in Sweden. Over 80 percent of Rosengard’s residents are migrants and less than 40 percent of the district’s residents have jobs. ...

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Europe’s Tolerance for Terrorists

Saleh Ali was one of 64,000 Syrian refugees living in the Netherlands. The vast majority, like Ali, are young men. And the largest number of these migrants spend their days idling in Amsterdam. By – Daniel Greenfield  On Thursday morning, Saleh Ali took a walk to trendy Amstelveenseweg while wearing a keffiyah and waving a terrorist PLO flag. He stopped in ...

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New Year’s Eve party in Berlin to have ‘safe zone’ for women

Organisers of Berlin’s New Year’s Eve celebrations are to set up a “safe zone” for women for the first time. By – bbc.com The new security measures planned for the Brandenburg Gate party come amid concerns about sexual assaults. A large number of assaults and robberies targeting women at Cologne’s New Year’s Eve celebrations two years ago horrified Germany. Hundreds of ...

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At least 300 British ISIS fighters are hiding in Turkey

At least 300 British ISIS fighters are hiding in Turkey, it has emerged, amid fears they could try to slip home to carry out terror attacks. Thousands of jihadists fled to Turkey after the terror group lost its grip on the strongholds of Raqqa in Syria and Mosul in Iraq this year. By – Julian Robinson Western security sources have warned of an increased risk of atrocities in ...

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Global Muslim Brotherhood Meets to Plan Future Strategy

Away from the watchful eyes of the world media and under the guise of attending a conference in Mauritania, prominent members of the international Muslim Brotherhood will meet openly on Friday, December 22, 2017, for the first time since the downfall of Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s failed president from the Brotherhood’s party. By – Ran Meir   Even though the terror organization Hamas allegedly separated from the ...

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Denmark halts aid to Palestinian NGO over terror ties

Danish Foreign Ministry decides to stop funding for 14 Palestinian organizations in the wake of an internal investigation that found these groups used the money to promote terrorism and the boycott against Israel. By – Itamar Eichner    Denmark’s Foreign Ministry announced on Friday that it was halting financial aid to several Palestinian NGOs over ties with terror groups. In addition, ...

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Immigration to Sweden is record high

Despite the so-called turnaround in asylum policy, immigration to Sweden continues to be “record size”, as SVT News calls it. The number of residence permits today is at much higher levels than a few years ago. By – Brünnhilde In the autumn of 2015, the Swedish asylum policy was officially strengthened. But there has been no clear decline in immigration. Until November of this year, ...

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Sessions orders DOJ review after report Obama administration gave Hezbollah a pass

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is launching a review of a law enforcement initiative called Project Cassandra after an investigative report was published this week claiming the Obama administration gave a free pass to Hezbollah’s drug-trafficking and money-laundering operations to help ensure the Iran nuclear deal would stay on track. By –  Alex Pappas & Jake Gibson The Justice Department said in a statement ...

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Sweden’s Finance Minister: We received too many immigrants

Integration in Sweden has worked so badly that immigrants should apply to other countries. That’s what Minister of Finance Magdalena Andersson (S) said in an interview with DN. The limit is reached for how many asylum seekers Sweden can take. By –  Brünnhilde It is in an interview with Dagens Nyheter that Magdalena Andersson paints a least dark image of immigration and the ...

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