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SWEDEN Twitter account spread fake news: Swedish meatballs came from Turkey

SWEDEN’S official Twitter account Sweden.se, administered by the Swedish state institute, wrote in a statement that meatballs were brought to Sweden by Karl XII from Turkey. By – Brünnhilde This information has been accused of being “fabricated” by a researcher. According to Sweden.se, which markets itself as “Sweden’s official account on Twitter”, Karl XII took the recipe for meatballs from Turkey ...

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Inger Støjberg Danish Integration Minister: Refugees Cheat and Lie

Inger Støjberg has lashed out against what she claimed to be widespread cheating among migrants and refugees, which is aimed at securing various benefits and often goes unpunished. By – Emmanuel Dunand A significant proportion of refugees in Denmark cheat regarding family reunions, provide false data and attempt to swindle the state, Danish Integration and Immigration Minister Inger Støjberg of the ruling Liberal Party told ...

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Turkish agents kidnapped dozens of its citizens in 18 countries

Turkey’s intelligence agency has seized at least 80 Turkish nationals from multiple countries as part of its efforts to hunt suspects with alleged links to a 2016 coup attempt, a senior Turkish official said Thursday. By – Erin Cunningham  Speaking to a private news channel, Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag said Turkish agents had launched operations in 18 countries to pursue ...

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Turkey Destroy Fundamental Right, Becoming More of a DICTATORSHIP

Today, news broke that Turkey’s government destroyed one of its citizens’ most fundamental rights. The country is added to a growing list of unchecked dictatorships around the world. By – Adam Casalino If we don’t defend our freedoms, they will be taken away. Each generation must stand up for their God-given rights. Governments across the globe daily seek to erode our ...

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U.S. funding of Syrian YPG militia will impact Turkey’s Ottoman slap

A U.S. decision to continue funding the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia will affect Turkey’s future moves, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday ahead of a visit this week by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. By –  Ercan Gurses & Daren Butler U.S. officials have said that Tillerson expects to have difficult conversations when he visits Turkey on Thursday and Friday, given that the ...

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U.S.-Backed Force Could Cement a Kurdish Autonomy in Syria

A plan to create a new American-backed, Kurdish-led border force in northeastern Syria has raised alarms in the region that the United States may be helping to cement an autonomous Kurdish enclave that could further divide the country. By – Anne Barnard  The 30,000-strong force, vehemently opposed by Russia, Turkey, Iran and the Syrian government, could also ignite a new phase ...

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Political Islam, a Totalitarian Doctrine

Totalitarianism is a political system of absolute power where the state has no limit to its authority and regulates every aspect of public and private life. By – Bill Warner THE NATURE OF ISLAM The most common assumption about Islam is that it is a religion based on the Koran. However, the religious aspect is only a small part of Islam. ...

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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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ISIS jihadis have left Syria and are heading back to Europe to mount terror attacks

Saddam al-Hamadi, 26, was arrested by Turkish security forces last month He helped to smuggle new ISIS recruits into group’s de facto capital, Raqqa As city falls, the former ISIS fighter has warned terrorists are targeting Europe Frontline roles reserved for foreign fighters, including British recruits, he said By –  Gareth Davies A former Islamic State militant captured after the fall ...

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Germans see Trump as bigger problem than North Korea or Russia

Germans see U.S. President Donald Trump as a bigger challenge for German foreign policy than authoritarian leaders in North Korea, Russia or Turkey, according to a survey by the Koerber Foundation. Via: Noah Barkin   Topping the list of foreign policy concerns were refugees, with 26 percent of respondents worried about Germany’s ability to cope with inflows of asylum seekers. Relations with ...

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