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Majority of Swedes want to ban Muslim prayer calls

According to a new survey released by SVT / Novus’s, 61 percent of Swedish people want to ban Muslim prayer calls. Even with this clear majority, only two parliamentary parties are willing to enforce such a ban. By – Brünnhilde Scroll 4Video The ongoing issue of prayer calls was brought to the Government’s agenda in the spring after the negative public ...

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Iran Detains Teen Over ‘Immoral’ Instagram Dance Videos

Maedeh Hojabri, an 18-year-old gymnast, acknowledged breaking moral norms while insisting that was not her intention, and that she was only trying to gain more followers. By – AP Iran has detained a teenage girl who posted dance videos on Instagram and attracted tens of thousands of followers. State TV broadcast a video on Friday in which Maedeh Hojabri, 18-year-old gymnast, acknowledged breaking ...

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Swedish Muslim terrorist suspects with brutal IS murders

Former Malmöbon Osama Krayem, 25, is suspected of being involved in a brutal IS murder where a Jordanian pilot was burned alive to death, writes Belgian newspaper La Libre. Krayem is also being investigated for participation in the Paris Attack in the fall of 2015 and for the terrorist attacks in Brussels the following year. By – lalibre.be Osama Krayem left ...

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Sweden Ranked 19th Most Powerful Country in The World

US News and World Report ranks nations for a yearly “Best Countries” study. It includes a global power list – a list of the world’s most powerful countries based on their alliances, influence and whether the country is a leader. The US stays in first place this year, but other countries have changed positions amid rising instability. By – businessinsider 25. ...

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Pope Denounces ‘Murderous Indifference’ by Powers in Mideast

Pope Francis on Saturday denounced the “murderous indifference” that has allowed violence to consume the Middle East and drive tens of thousands of Christians from their homes, calling out global powers for seeking power and profit at the expense of the region’s people during a remarkable gathering of Orthodox patriarchs and Catholic leaders. By – Associated Press Francis hosted the daylong ...

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Macerata, Italian Town Welcomed Migrants. Now, It’s a Symbol for Right-Wing Politics

At the end of his shooting rampage as the police closed in, Luca Traini climbed the steps of a Fascist-era monument, wrapped himself in an Italian flag and straightened his arm in a Fascist salute. By – Jason Horowitz He had shot and wounded six African migrants — from Ghana, Mali and Nigeria — in this medieval city near the Adriatic Sea to ...

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Sweden Has Had Enough – Gang shootings, rapes and no-go zones

Swedish authorities held an emergency meeting this week to discuss the recent spate of gang shootings that have plagued Sweden’s cities and made crime a major issue ahead of elections in September. By – Europe Scroll 4video The centre-left government in Stockholm has been facing a backlash over the recent crime wave — and the elephant in the room is ...

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Prepare Yourself – The Truth About Sweden

On September 9th, 2018, Sweden’s national election will determine members of the Riksdag which in turn will elect the Prime Minister of Sweden. By – Stefan Molyneux Scroll 4Video Like in much of Europe, discussions about the migrant crisis and immigration have taken priority as citizens head to the ballot box. Establishment parties including the Social Democrats and Moderate Party face ...

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Armed guards are needed in Sweden’s emergency services

The security situation in Sweden’s emergency hospital services has deteriorated drastically in recent years, according to a report by SVT Nyheter. By – Brünnhilde  “Under the current ongoing trend, I can not rule out the possibility that we will need armed security guards in our emergency services within a five to ten year period,” explained Andreas Fischer, chairman of the trade ...

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Japan’s Secret Shame – Shiori Ito says rape is a “taboo topic”

BBC2 follows Japanese journalist Shiori Ito, who shocked her home country in May 2017 when she went public with allegations that she was raped by a well-known TV journalist By – Flora Carr Scroll 4video There’s a moment in BBC2’s documentary Japan’s Secret Shame where Japanese journalist Shiori Ito returns for the first time in three years to a Tokyo hotel, where she ...

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